View Single Post
Old
05-23-2013, 12:24 AM
  #42
damacles1156
Registered User
 
damacles1156's Avatar
 
Join Date: Feb 2010
Posts: 20,048
vCash: 500
Doesn't matter where you put anyone if Kopitar/Brown/Williams continue to play without a pulse.

The only forwards that are showing life is Penner/Richards/Carter.

So it doesn't matter where you play Brown ETC. He has to show up first, then Sutter can decide where to play him.

The entire Forward core has been bad since the playoff's started.

The only thing keeping the Kings in these game is Quick, and the Defense.

Brown and Williams had ZERO shots on net combined in game four.

So we can complain about the lineup all we want, but a big reason Sutter has to constantly change it is ; the Forward core not showing up consistently.

Hell maybe splitting up Brown/Williams will let them exploit a bad match-up.

See if Brown/Williams take advantage.

I would like too see everyone back to their natural positions.

Penner/Kopitar/Brown
Clifford/Carter/Williams
Lewis/Richards/Toffoli
King/Richardson/Nolan

That gives each line a fore-Checker/Speed and a Finisher.

All Centers are playing natural position. Lewis is the only guy that would need to adjust.

Also makes the Kings strong down the middle again. If worried about Richardson at Center, switch Lewis with him.


Last edited by damacles1156: 05-23-2013 at 12:50 AM.
damacles1156 is offline   Reply With Quote