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09-04-2013, 07:26 PM
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Originally Posted by BB v2 0 View Post
Juggling with the forward lines, sure, but he generall kept the pairings on the D together. probably a byproduct of the fact that the D was much better and more defined than the forwards were the past few seasons.

Either way, TRW explained it pretty well. Del Zotto would go in the doghouse from time to time, but for the most part, he played his way into there.
He still did plenty of shuffling (not necessarily saying it's a bad thing). For instance, Del Zotto was paired with Girardi 27% of the time last season, Stralman 24%, and Staal 18%.

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