NYR Forward Chemistry 2012-13
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08-25-2013, 08:02 PM
Join Date: Aug 2005
How did you come up with this again?
Cally with other grinders sounds like a good conclusion. I feel like when hes on a top skill line its too forced for him, but when he's with others who play a grinding game its almost like hes trying to impress them because he knows hes better then them. We all know that on a really good team he should slot in on a powerful 3rd line.
I think one of the reasons Hagelin played so well with everyone is because of the system Torts was using. He was a catalyst, in all situations and since he had so much speed on the forecheck it probably effected the chemistry of the offense more than others.
I feel like throwing Nash's first (half) season down the drain, but I wont. Stepan and him definitely built some chemistry and they shouldn't be split apart.
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