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09-13-2008, 03:24 PM
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Tanguay-Lang-Kovalev
Skost-Plekanec-Akost
Higgins-Koivu-Latendresse

That's how you win a stanley cup

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Komisarek: as much as I like him, his shot hits the net 1 time out of 10.
Bouillon: No commentary
Gorges: I agree that he's got PP potential, but let's face the reality. The guy has yet to score a goal with the habs...

I think we're better off with 4 forwards.
Well, I prefer not being scored on... and Bouillon is very reliable... it's not only about offence, you got to make sure that those speedy penality killers don't toy around your point man...

One PP unit with a forward at the point, I totaly agree, but not 2... we're not a desparate team on the PP.

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09-13-2008, 06:39 PM
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First, let's clarify what I've been saying since the announcement came out that we had acquired Lang: there are no first, second or third line on this line-up as all 3 are gifted offensively while being responsible defensively, especially if Kovalev back checks the way he did last year. Carbonneau likes to rotate 4 lines equally anyway. The difference in ice time will be on the special teams.

Let's agree that Dandenault doesn't play for us this season. So my line combinations would be as follow, but could be easily change in the course of a game:

Tanguay - Koivu - Latendresse
Two outstanding playmakers and Latendresse adds size and scoring ability. Tanguay will have to shoot more though.
(18 G - 58 pts) - (16 G - 56 pts) - (16 G - 27 pts)
 
A.Kostitsyn - Plekanec - Kovalev
Why fix what isn't broken? Our best line last year, showed good chemistry.
(26 G - 53 pts) - (29 G - 69 pts) - (35 G - 84 pts)
 
Higgins - Lang - S.Kostitsyn
A combination of experience, youth, defensive awareness and offensive potential. I really like the dynamic of this line.
(27 G - 52 pts) - (21 G - 54 pts) - (9 G - 27 pts in 52 games)
 

On the fourth line, rotate Chipchura and Lapierre at center, and the wingers also rotate between Begin, Kostopoulos and Laraque.

These are my lines as well... Assuming a healthy season from everyone "knocks on wood", I think the following players could get :

Koivu : 60 pts
Latendresse : 40 pts - 23 goals
Tanguay : 75ish pts - 22 goals
Kovalev : 75ish pts - 30 goals
A. Kostitsyn : 65ish pts - 35 goals
Plekanec : 65ish pts - 25 goals
Higgins : 55ish pts - 25 goals
Lang : 50ish pts - 23 goals
S. Kostitsyn: 45ish pts - 15 goals

What a great top-9... The best offensive/most deep top 9 in the NHL, IMO. I mean, our top three lines are all potential 1st lines. 10 players could realistically get 50 pts.

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09-13-2008, 09:28 PM
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Lineup I hope shows tons of chemistry:
Tanguay - Lang - Kovalev
Kostitsyn - Plekanec - Kostitsyn
Higgins - Koivu - Latendresse
Begin - Chipchura - Lapierre
Laraque (70 games, replaces Lats, Begin or Lapierre), Kostopolous

Komisarek - Markov
Hamrlik - Gorges
Bouillon - O'Byrne
Brisebois

Price
Halak
Denis

Lineup a ton of Hab Homers would love to see
Kostitysn - Plekanec - Kostitsyn
Pacioretty - Maxwell - D'Agostini
Perezhogin - Chipchura - Lapierre
Wyman - Trotter - White

Komisarek - O'Byrne
Gorges - McDonaugh
Subban - Valentenko
Yemelin

Halak
Price

(Whoo! Youngsters! Look at them! Whoo! Because youth wins... Cups of juice?)


Lineup I think we'll finish the year with
Kostitsyn - Plekanec - Kovalev
Tanguay - Koivu - Kostitsyn
Higgins - Lang - Latendresse
Begin - Chipchura - Lapierre
Laraque

Komisarek - Markov
Hamrlik - Schneider (traded from LA to us for Bouillon, prospect and high pick)
O'Byrne - Gorges
Brisebois

Price
Halak
Denis

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it will start with no surprize :

a.kost-plek-kovy
higgy-koivu-tanguay
latendresse-lang-s.kost
george and the funky bunch(kosto, begin, lappy, chip)


slowly but surely, we'll find those lines :

latendresse-lang-kovalev (big boyz line)
plek and the kosty's !!
higgy-koivu-tanguay
george and the funky bunch!

3 lines with solid offensive potential... and the funky bunch !!

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Can't hurt trying Lang and Kovalev in the preseason together, and see if Plex and AKost can find synergy with another winger.

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From an outsider, the lines of Higgins - Lang - Kovalev and S Kostitsyn - Plekanec - A Kostitsyn are really intriguing. The only problem line that I see is Tanguay - Koivu - Latendresse and that's only because Latendresse shouldn't see top six, even top nine ice time. Every time I've watched Latendresse play, he seems rather sluggish and looks like he isn't in the best of shape. I think a trip to Hamilton would have done him a world of good and maybe he was rushed into the lineup at too young of an age. The only problem is who do you put on the right side at this point? Would anyone be opposed if Pacioretty was ready to make the jump?

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Kostitsyn-Plekanec-Kovalev
Tanguay-Koivu-Latendresse
Higgins-Lang-Kostitsyn
Laraque-Chipchura-Lapierre

Ex: Kostopoulos, Begin.

Markov-Komisarek
Hamrlik-O'Byrne
Bouillon-Gorges
Brisebois

Price
Halak

Looks good too me.

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09-13-2008, 10:52 PM
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A.Kostitsyn-Plekanec-Kovalev
Tanguay-Koivu-S.Kostitsyn
Higgins-Lang-Latendresse
Begin-Lapierre/Chipchura-Laraque/Kostopoulos

Markov-Komisarek
Hamrlik-O'Byrne
Bouillon-Gorges
Brisebois

Price
Halak

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Tanguay-Koivu-S.Kostitsyn
No.

That's the one combination I really don't want to see of all the possibilities. 3 playmakers.

If the idea is to get Lang and Kovalev together (which I far from convinced it will be), IMO this is the best possible lineup:

Tanguay - Plekanec - A. Kostitsyn
Higgins - Lang - Kovalev
Latendresse - Koivu - S. Kostitsyn

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From an outsider, the lines of Higgins - Lang - Kovalev and S Kostitsyn - Plekanec - A Kostitsyn are really intriguing. The only problem line that I see is Tanguay - Koivu - Latendresse and that's only because Latendresse shouldn't see top six, even top nine ice time. Every time I've watched Latendresse play, he seems rather sluggish and looks like he isn't in the best of shape. I think a trip to Hamilton would have done him a world of good and maybe he was rushed into the lineup at too young of an age. The only problem is who do you put on the right side at this point? Would anyone be opposed if Pacioretty was ready to make the jump?
I was wondering the same thing... Lats on the 2nd-3rd line makes me a little nervous also. Would Max Pacioretty do better in the top 9? The coaches need to try him out during the preseason just to make sure. I wouldnt mind a Laraque - Lapierre - Lats 4th line. Big bodies that hit regularly and that can score.

Edit: man, we need to get rid of Dandenault. With Begin and Kosto as extras, theres just no room for him.

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No.

That's the one combination I really don't want to see of all the possibilities. 3 playmakers.

If the idea is to get Lang and Kovalev together (which I far from convinced it will be), IMO this is the best possible lineup:

Tanguay - Plekanec - A. Kostitsyn
Higgins - Lang - Kovalev
Latendresse - Koivu - S. Kostitsyn
I'm not breaking our best line from last year for no reason.

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Jarko Ruutu and Dean McAmmond in your top 9
There is no top 9 in Ottawa, it's top 3.


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I'm not breaking our best line from last year for no reason.
Agreed.

Go with what works.

A. Kostitsyn - T. Plekanec - A. Kovalev
* Worked wonders last year.. if they struggle, we can experiment.. but until then.. just let them go.

A. Tanguay - S. Koivu - G. Latendresse
* Every player on this line can score 20 goals.. and Tanguay finally gives Koivu an elite player on his wing. Latendresse plays best with Koivu.. so it's better to play him there then hurt one of our other lines.

C. Higgins - R. Lang - S. Kostitsyn
* Kostitsyn and Higgins have some chemistry from last year, but really as a **3rd** line this team can seriously rack up some huge points.. Lang is a big, right-handed centre who sees the ice well and will compliment this line better than Chipchura or Lapierre.

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Worth a try in the pre-season;

Higgins - Plekanec - Kostitsyn
S.Kostitsyn - Lang - Kovalev
Tanguay - Koivu - Latendresse
Kostopolous - Lapierre - Laraque

I wonder how good a Tanguay - Lang - Kovalev line would do.
Exactly, or you could switch latendress and A.Kost!

I'd love to see Andrei with passers like Koivu and Tanguay..

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As far as PP goes, I'm expecting;

Higgins, Koivu, S. Kost*, Tanguay, Markov*
Kovalev*, Lang, A. Kost, Pleks, Hamrlik*

The *-names will run the point.
You seperate Kovalev and Markov on the PP.... That might be one of the worst ideas I've ever heard Nate.

Really, Really don't understand this at all....

Here are what I see the units being

AKost - Pleks - Kovy
Markov - SKost

Lang - Koivu - Higgins
Hamrlik - Tanguay

or

Lang - Pleks - Kovy
Markov - AKost

Higgins/Lats - Koivu - Tanguay
Hamrlik - SKost


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You seperate Kovalev and Markov on the PP.... That might be one of the worst ideas I've ever heard Nate.

Really, Really don't understand this at all....

Here are what I see the units being

AKost - Pleks - Kovy
Markov - SKost

Lang - Koivu - Higgins
Hamrlik - Tanguay

or

Lang - Pleks - Kovy
Markov - AKost

Higgins/Lats - Koivu - Tanguay
Hamrlik - SKost
Oh, those weren't my actual lines..
I just split them into groups of 5, with 2 possible quarterbacks.
Wasn't making actual lines..
If I was then, I'd go;

Plekanec - Lang - Kovalev
Markov - A. Kost

Higgins - Koivu - Tanguay
Hamrlik - S. Kost

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This is like playing (chess against) with your self.
Fixed.

We have a great roster, with everyone slightly different opinions and their favourite players players to promote. And it will get even worse when the training camp starts - if Pacioretty or D'Agostini really shine. I'm sure Carbo is just as exited as we are here.


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Exactly, or you could switch latendress and A.Kost!

I'd love to see Andrei with passers like Koivu and Tanguay..
FIrst I would set my wingers. Yes, I know that Latendresse played some RW in Junior, but I wouldn't dare try him there in the NHL. He's a power forward not a skilled come from the off-wing type forward.

Our two best right wingers are Kovalev and AKost. Our two clearly left wingers are Higgins and Latendresse.

That leaves Tanguay and SKost, one to play LW and one RW. Given that Tanguay played most of his career at LW, I would leave him there. SKost can continue to play the right side.

Now, who are the finishers and who are the playmakers?
Finishers: Kovy, AKost, Plekanec, Latendresse, Higgins
Playmakers: Koivu, Tanguay, Kovy, SKost, Lang

Who is fast and who is slow?
Fast: Pleks, Higgins, Tanguay
Medium: AKost, SKost, Kovy, Lang
Slower: Koivu, Latendresse

Get the two slowest players on different lines, and make sure there is a finisher on each line.

Plekanec-Kovalev-Tanguay
Koivu-AKost-Higgins
Lang-SKost-Latendresse

I know this breaks up the top line from last year, but replacing Andrei with a top flight LW in his own right is not a problem, and anyway Andrei has greater responsibilities awaiting him as he becomes the go-to guy on the second line.

The third line has two big bodies to complement Sergei. The C and RW are already defensively responsible, while the LW is improving in that aspect of the game.

As for fourth line, I would have Chipchura center it for at least 40 games. He has to become NHL ready to take over when Lang's contract ends. Chips could also play LW when Begin is unable to or needs a rest. Lapierre could alternate at CENTER, while Laraque and Kostopoulos would get time on the right side.

There is no room for Dandenault.

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Yes

You have to try it. Kovalev has had little enough chemistry with the rest of the team. The lines work out because of total talent, but not much synergy. If Kovalev and Lang play well together it should make building the team a lot easier, most of the other guys are easier to fit than Kovalev.

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From an outsider, the lines of Higgins - Lang - Kovalev and S Kostitsyn - Plekanec - A Kostitsyn are really intriguing. The only problem line that I see is Tanguay - Koivu - Latendresse and that's only because Latendresse shouldn't see top six, even top nine ice time. Every time I've watched Latendresse play, he seems rather sluggish and looks like he isn't in the best of shape. I think a trip to Hamilton would have done him a world of good and maybe he was rushed into the lineup at too young of an age. The only problem is who do you put on the right side at this point? Would anyone be opposed if Pacioretty was ready to make the jump?
I agree that Latendresse should be on our 3rd line (not the 4th, he's no grinder - never will be), cause while he hasnt been great so far he shown he has potential (16G as a 4th liner, isnt too bad IMO), and giving him a decent center could only help him do better.

Problem is, having Lats on our 3rd line (assuming Lang is our 3rd line C) would make them the slowest line in the NHL... EVER!

So, even if he may not deserve it, putting Latendresse with Koivu (for example), gives us a more balanced top 9!



While Lang is no Sundin (duh!) I gotta say that the more I think about it the more I like the acquisition...

just to give an idea, the guy we thought would be centering our 3rd line (Lapierre) a week ago may not be in the line up some nights...

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You have to try it. Kovalev has had little enough chemistry with the rest of the team. The lines work out because of total talent, but not much synergy. If Kovalev and Lang play well together it should make building the team a lot easier, most of the other guys are easier to fit than Kovalev.
Problem is, if we splitt the Kovalev/Plekanec/A. Kostytsin line, we'll start the season with 4 new lines...

not a single one from last year...


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Those should be our lines for 08/09!
A.Kostitsyn - T.Plekanec - A.Kovalev (great line)
G.Latendresse - S.Koivu - A.Tanguay (2 playmakers, 1 finisher/sniper)
C.Higgins - R.Lang - S.Kostitsyn (nice line ... nice mix of players)
S.Begin - M.Lapierre - G.Laraque/T.Kostopoulos (nice 4th line!)

and sometimes, carbo could reunite Kostitsyns + Plekanec, Tanguay Koivu Kovalev or something like that...



LOVE THIS ONE!

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I'm not breaking our best line from last year for no reason.
That's fine, I don't want to break 'em up either as you can see by my posts in this thread. But I don't want a 2nd line (ie Saku, Tanguay and Sergei) with 3 playmakers first and foremost on it.


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That's fine, I don't want to break 'em up either as you can see by my posts in thsi thread. But I don't want a 2nd line (ie Saku, Tanguay and Sergei) with 3 playmakers first and foremost on it.
The idea is double.

1st and foremost, put A Kost in his natural position to allow his to flourish.

2nd, keep Kovalev happy.


I don't like SKost - Koivu - Lats as a line either. That's week considering the incredible depth we have.




Swith Tanguay and S. Kost and it makes more sense.

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Tanguay - Plekanec - Kovalev

- Hate to break up that top line from last year but that line can possibly be even better with Tanguay on it, after all he almost got 60 points playing with slugs like Owen Nolan and Conroy

Higgins - Koivu - A. Kostitsyn

- Andrei Kostitsyn looked a lot more comfortable on the right side of the ice whenever he had the puck last year (check his highlight goals on youtube) and with Saku feeding him the puck he could easily score over 35

Latendresse - Lang - S. Kostitsyn

- Latendresse will be benefit greatly from playing with two solid playmakers and should be good for a minimum 20 goals and possibly around 25

Laraque - Chipchura - Lapierre

- Kostopoulos can rotate in with these 3 guys and Lapierre will not have as many responsibilities on the wing as he would at center meaning he can be a **** disturber even more and BGL will be right there to back him up

Markov - Komisarek
Hamrlik - O'Byrne
Bouillon - Gorges

Price
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These are my lines as well... Assuming a healthy season from everyone "knocks on wood", I think the following players could get :

Koivu : 60 pts
Latendresse : 40 pts - 23 goals
Tanguay : 75ish pts - 22 goals
Kovalev : 75ish pts - 30 goals
A. Kostitsyn : 65ish pts - 35 goals
Plekanec : 65ish pts - 25 goals
Higgins : 55ish pts - 25 goals
Lang : 50ish pts - 23 goals
S. Kostitsyn: 45ish pts - 15 goals

What a great top-9... The best offensive/most deep top 9 in the NHL, IMO. I mean, our top three lines are all potential 1st lines. 10 players could realistically get 50 pts.
53 assists for Tanguay as a LW?

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