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04-30-2013, 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by MXD View Post
Plekanec plays on the PP as well.
Plekanec has been significantly more effective than Desharnais on the power play.

To put into context, the forwards required the following PP minutes per PPP:

Eller - 6
Ryder - 8
Plekanec - 9
Pacioretty -11
Gionta - 20
Desharnais - 20

Galchenyuk didn't even get enough time for a small sample size like Eller.

But yeah, it's pretty obvious that the kid line needs more chances, and looking at those numbers, it should be obvious which two forwards should be the first to lose PP time.

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