Thread: Line Combos: 2013 Line Combos Thread II
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02-24-2013, 01:26 PM
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Originally Posted by bozak911 View Post
Personally, I really liked what I saw when PMB was up on the top line last night.

Parise-Koivu-Bouchard

Leave the speed line alone;

Zucker-Cullen-Setoguchi

Which leaves three perfect players to balance each other out;

Granlund-Brodziak-Heatley
Granlund would be the play-maker which is his strength. Brodziak, the board battler. Heatley floats in the RW slot and in front of the net.

Simply put, Parise has been trying to cover both LW and RW sides the last handful of games. So much so, that I have lost count the number of times where I have sat there scratching my head as to why Parise was coming in on the RW side...

Full lines:
Parise-Koivu-Bouchard
Zucker-Cullen-Setoguchi
Granlund-Brodziak-Heatley
Rupp-Konopka-Mitchell


Coyle goes back to Houston.

Edit: It should be noted that I am not assigning a number to any line. PKB, ZCS, GBH lines would eat up a lot of ice time.
I actually like these lines and agree that Coyle could go back to Houston.

I hope Yeo tries something like this out for at least two games, and just stops with this ****ing line-boggle bs.

As a player it was always really frustrating when you were constantly playing with different linemates. I can only imagine what the Wild players are feeling, and it really is no wonder they only show up for a few shifts when they get pissed. They're not enjoying this game at all, and it shows, a lot lately, imo.

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