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12-01-2006, 09:56 AM
Change is good.
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Originally Posted by Melrose_Jr. View Post
Well, we know he'll stand in the crease on the PP. If Renney wants to reward him, he should give him extra time when he's most effective.......with the man advantage.
That sounds good in principle, but who do you move off the first unit to do that? Do you push Nylander or Shanahan back to the point? Do you move Nylander to the second unit? Not saying I disagree necessarily, but the team has been picking up steam on the PP (well, 5-on-4 anyway) as the year has progressed.

Originally Posted by Melrose_Jr. View Post
Now that I've been thinking about it, it's cool to reward Cally's play with a call-up, but it sure could have been a benefit to the Rangers to bring a center up and see what a capable 2nd/3rd line playmaker could do for the team's offensive potential.
Now THAT is a statement I can agree with without any hesitation.

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