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01-28-2013, 02:20 PM
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Originally Posted by redbull View Post
Tavares has never had that level of talent around him, which is a shame because he makes those around him so much better that it creates the illusion that "Tavares has good linemates". Yes, they are a dominant first line, compared to the OTHER LINES on the team.

I would almost like to see how Bailey plays with the Tavares and Moulson line (on the off wing) when hes healthy. He would be the type of puck distributor needed for that line imo. Tavares never gets set up in good position to score and its forcing him into bad shots.
Wouldn't it be a nightmare if Bailey did his typical pass it back when Tavares sends him a nice dish? Bailey afraid to shoot again would be a disgrace if he went on that line.

But worth a try. This whole season is about throwing ***** on the wall to see what sticks (our organizational plan, FWIW).

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