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03-14-2013, 11:58 PM
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Habskrieg
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Bourque is definitely not going to be put on the 4th line. He's played great with us so far. If anything Bork goes back on the second line, either taking Gio's or Ryder's spot, or he goes on the 3rd line. Any way, it looks interesting.

I thought that maybe they could put Gallagher back on the third... Not sure how that would go.

So, no. Dumont goes back to Hamilton or is kept as 13th forward (unless we trade some of our 4th liners, which I don't see happening). Prust goes third or 4th line, most likely the latter. And Bork goes in our top 9, most probably with Pleks.

A Bork-Pleks-Ryder line would be a great balance. The good 2 way center that acts as playmaker and can score some goals, the player with a good shot that rushes the net and can make the necessary dump in goals, the sniper.
Though Ryder would offer a good finisher for the third line.

I love Prust. But we got him so he can play on the 3rd/4th.

No reason we should trade players to make room when the cap fits and we're most likely going to try to make a good push in the post-season.

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