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03-11-2013, 01:53 PM
Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: New York
Larry Brooks 3/8
Gaborik has been shifted both to left wing after a career on the right side and around the lineup even more than usual by coach John Tortorella, who doesn’t necessarily seem to believe No. 10 has a place among his top six forwards when the club is healthy.
Gaborik has skated on a second unit with J.T. Miller the last two games while Brad Richards recuperates from his trip into the boards last Sunday, but the winger had opened the previous pair on a third line centered by Brian Boyle.
“It is what it is, but I’m not complaining,” Gaborik told The Post. “It’s a little bit different for me, but whatever it takes for us to win and to balance out the lines, I’ll do whatever I can to be at my best.”
NY Post 2/13
“Back on the right wing and I’m more comfortable on the right side,” Gaborik said after Monday’s practice. “Lines change here all the time. Might change again in a heartbeat.
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