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08-12-2008, 11:52 PM
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Question about CBJ top line

Many people are predicting a top line of Nash-Umberger-Huselius. But NHL.com has Huselius listed as LW and that's also the position he played in Calgary and Rick Nash's natural position as well. What are the chances Huselius is able to convert to the RW?

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The same as the chances are of Hitchcock wanting Huselius to set up Nash the same way he set up Iginla.

Very good chances.

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The team doesn't have many decent right wingers. Voracek's coming through, but he' still young.

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I think we have no choice to move Huselius from left to right! We need someone that plays well night after night!

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He was drafted as a RW in 1997 by FLA, so he is not new to that position.

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LW, RW, C, it really doesnt matter that much at the NHL level. The majority of the time the forwards are cycling back and forth, moving north, south, east and west trying to find open ice. the only time position really matters is on fast breaks and face-offs.

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The same as the chances are of Hitchcock wanting Huselius to set up Nash the same way he set up Iginla.
I'm alright with that.

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