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Originally Posted by tony d View Post
Good idea to start this thread. I've drafted my top 6 forwards, am thinking of rolling with these lines. Any suggestions are welcome:

Denneny-Clarke-Gilbert
Prentice-Oates-Bondra
Given the players you can have, that's probably the best set up. Bondra is as one-dimensional a goal scorer as you can get in this thing, so Oates is good for him. And Prentice can battle for pucks and help out defensively, while chipping in offensively from time to time.

First line is well-balanced too, with Clarke's elite D and Denneny able to finish the fights that Clarke starts. The only thing is that if you want to use the Clarke line as a checking line, you might want to put Prentice there, since I don't think either Denneny nor Gilbert was anything special defensively. But then you lose Denneny's toughness (not to mention his offense), so you're probably better off with how you have them all set up.

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