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03-18-2013, 09:23 PM
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Originally Posted by BonMorrison View Post
Fair points - all those goals were scored in the middle of line changes. My point is that people keep perpetuating the myth that they have no chemistry when they've literally spent 1.41% of their time together playing on the same line TWO years ago. I don't want to break that down but that's something like 4 to 5 games, again two years ago. I see no harm in testing their chemistry again.

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I think part of them not even trying them together is because one of them would have to change their game big time. You can't just tell two players to go on the ice and do whatever they want (aside from Crosby/Malkin or Datsyuk/Zetterburg etc) so within their skill sets, what kind of game plan do you come up with for them? Now in addition to considering both Kessel and Grabo's somewhat narrow skill sets, you also have to factor in Carlyle's very stubborn coaching style.

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