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02-12-2013, 08:14 AM
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Originally Posted by SnowblindNYR View Post
What if you can get a player that is a two way player rather than a guy that can defend but offensively is a black hole? I think the fact that JT Miller is playing, and playing on the 3rd line and Brian Boyle is sitting shows me that that wasn't the philosophy, it was done out of necessity.

How many Stanley Cup champions have had two 4th lines?
I know we all love JT Miller right now, but comparing Miller to Boyle defensively is comparable to comparing Boyle to Gaborik offensively. Different levels.

And if you really can't see that, then I have to question your knowledge of the defensive side of hockey.

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