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02-20-2013, 01:45 AM
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TheTechNoir
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I'll have to post the full e-mail later (it takes some effort because I copied/pasted images I made of numbers and such in it with outlook but they aren't saved so I can't upload them right away)

anyway an exert from an e-mail on Feb. 1st:


This is off the top of my head but I think I have it right,
Usually:
Drouin-MacKinnon-Frk Pts: 66/65/53 GP: 32/36/36

Ashley-Boudreau-Ciampini
Pts: 50/49(team leading 30 goals)/47
GP: 48/48/47
Solid first line for many teams
Ryan-MacAulay-Fournier
Pts: 29/47/54(had lots of ice time earlier in the season winging Drouin/MacKinnon, team captain)
GP: 40/48/47
Sure can’t complain about this third line!! With the top line out of the picture, they fit in more than fine on the second line and their production went up with their ice time.

Beauchemin-Andrews-Falkenham
Pts: 24/32/21
GP: 41/48/45
Of note… Beauchemin has the lowest goal output on their fourth line with 9 goals scored! The other two have 10 each. This might be the deepest and most consistent offensive line-up in recent memory. Also Ashley/Boudreau/Ciampini have excellent line-chemistry.


EDIT: I meant the 4 lines were off the top of my head, not the pts/gp stats. lol I don't remember stats that strongly.

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