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02-03-2013, 11:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Strik_IX View Post
I think this line pretty much nails it.

There's always been a standard in the NHL where teams often have clear-cut lines established: Primary scoring, secondary scoring, checking/shutdown and energy. With a lineup like ours, it's much harder to match lines for the opposing team especially if they are trying to shutdown our primary scoring because we don't really have primary scoring, it's a combined effort of 3 lines.

I honestly prefer this team to the 07/08, the two are comparable in all aspects but age and depth. With all the good young players, rookies and prospects the Habs have in their system, they are set for a nice long while.
Our glaring weakness is the need for a great prospect at the LW position.

If we can get a prospect that projects highly at that position we will be laughing. Bozon and Hudon are decent prospects, but they are still projects at this point and Hudon is another undersized player.

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