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07-08-2013, 06:00 AM
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Originally Posted by donpaulo View Post
Kreider Stepan Nash
Pouliot Richards Zuc
Pyatt Brassard Kristo
Boyle Moore Dorsett

after the wounded return

Kreider Stepan Nash
Pouliot Richards Zuc
Hagelin Brassard Callahan
Boyle Moore Pyatt

Kristo and Dorsett ride the pine, although Kristo could force a move if he shows up and puts points on the board.

Although I think Boyle is probably gone which means Dorsett sees regular ice time

4th line
Pyatt Moore Dorsett
If Kreider is going to play 1LW he's going to have to show us a hell of a lot more than he did last season. I'd try him out there to start the season, since we'll be missing hagelin's speed.

Kreider-Stepan-Nash
Pouliot-Richards- Zuc
Pyatt/Asham-Brassard-Kristo/Fast/Lindberg
Boyle Moore Dorsett

When all are healthy:
1 Hagelin - Stepan - Nash
2 Zuc - Richards - Callahan
3 Kreider- Brassard - Pouliot
4 Boyle - Moore - Dorsett

1 They worked well together at times this year, Stepan's passing gets better every year and Hags is strong behind the net. Rick Nash is Rick Nash. This line will score.
2. I feel Zuc needs Callahan on the oposite wing. He adds just the right amount of grit and defense, in addition to his ability to get the "ugly" goals. Zuc should be able to get the puc to Cally in front of the net or to Rich for a shot. Should be a highs scoring line too.
3. Brass and Kreids seemd to have some chemistry. Not 100% sure about this one as both wingers are best as LW, but they should be fine.
4. One of the best fourth lines of hockey

PP1

------Stepan-------
---------Net--------
-----Callahan----Nash
Richards----McDonagh

PP2:
-----Brassard-------
-------Net-----------
------Kreider---Zuccarello
MDZ----------Stralman

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