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10-06-2003, 06:56 AM
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Given that 1) Quinn roles 4 lines, rather then matching lines and 2) Tucker has played well with Roberts and Nieuwendyk, good potential line, theres a very good chance that Quinn will go with 4 pairs that play well together (Sundin/Nolan, Nieuwendyk/Roberts, Antropov/Mogilny, Reichel/Domi) while just plugging in a 3rd fowar who can work well with the pairing. But I don't get why so many people are putting Renberg on the top line with Sundin and Nolan. First hes never played well enough to gain a long term/perminted spot on the top line, second that line doesn't need more grit and toughness and third, assuming Stajan makes the Toronto team, Stajan has played very well with Sundin and Nolan why break up that line? Most people are keeping Tucker with Roberts and Nieuwendky because they've played well together, why break up Nolan, Sundin and Stajan? Combos of
would, at least to start with, be more effective and keep lines that have worked in the pre-season together.

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With Green gone is antropov's potential going to be wasted as a 3rd line centre or will he get a chance on the top 2 lines thanks for your input....................
Quinn will roll 3 possibly 4 lines. As long as he gets time on the PP he will be just fine at 3rd line.

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