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Let's Build Next Years Team - Third Line Right Wing

View Poll Results: Who should be the Third Line Right Wing for next years team?
Ryan Callahan 50 58.82%
Freddy Sjostrom 15 17.65%
Aaron Voros 0 0%
Patrick Rissmiller 1 1.18%
Lauri Korpikoski 17 20.00%
Colton Orr 1 1.18%
Artem Anisimov 0 0%
Greg Moore 0 0%
Other (please list below) 1 1.18%
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07-19-2008, 04:55 PM
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These lines are a joke. Especially the second line. Hell, we used that line as our third line last year. The second line is supposed to put pucks in the net. We've got one decent line and 3 defensive checking lines.

Naslund, Gomez, and Zherdev are the only ones that are capable of generating any offense. They need to be spread across our top two lines.
my preferred lines would be pretty close to these actually. only difference would be Dawes with Gomez, and Naslund with Drury (flip flop your top 2 left wingers). Though a Naslund-Gomez-Prucha and Dawes-Drury-Zherdev is intriguing as well.

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07-19-2008, 05:00 PM
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once we get sundin and move dru to the wing it'll all be good.

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07-19-2008, 05:04 PM
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No brainer, cally.

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07-19-2008, 05:29 PM
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That is why I think the line should look like this:

Dawes-Gomez-Zherdev (Don't mess the chemistry that Dawes and Gomez already have.)

Naslund-Drury-Prucha (Naslund looks like he can fit well intro Drury's style, and if needed, Prucha may have to switch to Gomez's line due to style of play. Like someone else noted, Drury and Prucha both crash which is a big no IMHO.)

Korpy/Fritsche-Dubinsky-Callahan (Really good third line if you ask me. Our youngest line which is an above average offensive punch)

Voros-Betts-Orr (Imagine this line! Rough as hell. Great line if you ask me.)
From what I remember Prucha was originaly a LW when he put up the 30 goals, so from that stance alone, and knowing that Naslund - Gomez - Zherdev would be overkill, these are my lines

Prucha - Gomez - Zherdev
Naslund - Drury - Korpedo
Dawes/Fritsche - Dubinsky - Callahan
Voros/Rissmiller - Betts - Sjostrom

We need to trade one of Dawes, Callahan or Sjostrom

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07-19-2008, 06:20 PM
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my preferred lines would be pretty close to these actually. only difference would be Dawes with Gomez, and Naslund with Drury (flip flop your top 2 left wingers). Though a Naslund-Gomez-Prucha and Dawes-Drury-Zherdev is intriguing as well.
Like I said, splitting up the big 3 across two lines. We just don't have enough top 6 wingers so the ones we do have need to be spread out.

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07-19-2008, 06:40 PM
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we're in deep **** with that line-up.

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07-19-2008, 08:49 PM
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From what I remember Prucha was originaly a LW when he put up the 30 goals, so from that stance alone, and knowing that Naslund - Gomez - Zherdev would be overkill, these are my lines

Prucha - Gomez - Zherdev
Naslund - Drury - Korpedo
Dawes/Fritsche - Dubinsky - Callahan
Voros/Rissmiller - Betts - Sjostrom

We need to trade one of Dawes, Callahan or Sjostrom
Flip/Flop Korpedo with Dawes
Drop Cally a line

Prucha-Gomez-Zherdev
Naslund-Drury-Dawes
Korpedo-Dubinsky-Fritsche
Sjo-Betts-Cally

Prucha could be perfect with gomer and zherdev, they will give him lots of space as the attention will be on gomer and zherdev and left unmarked and with some room petr is dangerous

Dawes and Drury have some good chemistry and I see a vet like naslund working well with his snipers shot, dawes is an under-rated setup man

dubi-fritz-korpi would be a fiesty line with alot of offensive potential to contibute

sjo-betts-cally can do as good a shutdown job as holly/betts/orr and for heavans sake maybe our 4th line would contribute a few goals this year instead of being 10 minutes of dead ice a game..

voros/orr can be subbed as more toughness is needed

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07-19-2008, 11:32 PM
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here goes:

naslund-gomez-zherdev(still think that line has speed and finishing ability)
dawes-drury-fritsche(speed, skill and shooting line...dawes and drury worked well together)
korpikoski-dubinsky-sjostrom
voros-rissmiller-callahan
orr

prucha and betts traded for prospects+picks

from reading sams live message board yesterday, sather and renney were counting on more production coming from the bottom lines....especially the 4th line where offense was like a black hole.....betts is a very good 4th liner, but i expect to see rissmiller as the 4th line center with voros and another player who can actually create offense out there to create energry and pop in the odd goal as a goal from the 4th line is a HUGE boost to the rest of the team(those of you who have played understand)

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07-20-2008, 04:43 AM
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Dawes-Gomez-Zherdev.....sure it may be a little undersized on the wings..but if you have speed...what is that little beloe average in size on that first line going to do? Not a damn thing.

Naslund-Drury-Korpikoski

Prucha-Dubinsky-Callahan

Fritsche-Betts-Sjostrom

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07-20-2008, 05:50 AM
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Hi Inferno, thanks for the YouTube reminder of the JAM that Prucha plays with. I voted for SJO over Cally. I think Freddie is going to surprise - plus, I love speed.

I was wondering why Dawes got the nod over Prucha on the first line. The type of goals PRU scores are tailor made for a Setup man like Gomer and Dangler like Zherdev that attracts defenders with his stick-handling. Just my opinion. We will rue the day we ship Prucha off for a bag a pucks and he matures into a consistent 30 goal scorer.

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