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03-07-2007, 11:13 PM
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RangerSteve
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Over/Under on Dubinsky's ice time?

For the majority of this season, we have seen Renney and his staff reluctant to give the youngsters quality ice time. In the beginning of the year, Nigel Dawes was with the big club for a handfull of games before being sent down to Hartford. Petr Prucha was misused by being stuck on the 4th line with no power play time. Finally Girardi being the only exception so far has taken the ball and ran with it.

Sam's blog stated that Dubinsky will be centering a line of Straka and Isbister. Assumming that Renney leaves him between the two before demoting him to the 4th line or pine pony, anybody have an idea of how much ice he will get? I'm going out on a limb to say about 13:40 as the starting point. Thoughts?

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