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02-20-2013, 02:17 AM
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Originally Posted by SharksFan1 View Post
As many have said I think this is the main issue. TMac moves players from line A who are doing good to try and spark the players on line B who are not playing well. Then the end result is that both lines A and B are not doing well.

I don't pay much attachments to lineups on other teams, but it seems that most teams have much more static lineups than the Sharks despite how well the team/lines are doing.
Detroit and Pitt shift around even more than the Sharks. Many times they put out a stud line if they get the other team stuck on an icing call or to finish a period. It isn't the same as TMac who has done it to match up defensively as well as to jump start certain players. Detroit will shift personnel to do it defensively.

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