Thread: Line Combos: 2013 Line Combos Thread II
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02-26-2013, 11:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Randy BoBandy View Post
Hilarious. Have you seen Heater play this year? Coyle could easily put up 20goals on that top line given the time your allocating to Heatley.

What you don't realize is that Heatley drags down the play of his other teammates. Sure he could pot a few more given the top time, but he sure as hell isn't contributing to the offensive game of anyone else. We need someone that fits in with Parise and Koivu's games and doesn't limit their success.

Charlie coyle had 14 goals in 47 in the American league..putting him on pace for 23 goals..in the AMERICAN LEAGUE. Playing in every situation and top line minutes...

So your saying that he is going to come into the best league in the world and all a sudden find a scoring touch that he hasn't fully developed yet in professional hockey(or any level other than the QMJHL) and become a go to goal scorer..all in his rookie season??

Im awfully curious as to what league you think your watching. Do you know how many rookies scored over 20 goals last year??

2. One happened to be Gabriel Landeskog and the other Matt Read. Matt Read is 26 and Landeskog was a #2 overall pick that was ahead of his years.

Now your going to sit here and tell me that Charlie Coyle is gonna come right in and do things that players like RNH, Cody Hodgson, Sean Couturier, Adam Henrique and Brayden Schenn couldn't do in their rookie seasons? How about the year before where Tyler Seguin and Jordan Eberle couldn't come up with those numbers.

Coyle is going to be a good player in this league..I'm a firm believer in that but the fact is you've been playing too much Xbox to realize that players don't come into the league and become 20 goal scorers instantly..especially ones that haven't proven they can light up the AHL first.

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