I'd have to think he'll get inserted on the Richards/Cally line. He looked good with Richards in the pre-season despite playing with an injury. It'll be interesting to see how the bottom-six shakes out when he returns.
Yowzers - you're sitting Dubi? I mean, I'm not his biggest fan and I can see him getting a game or two in the pressbox as a motivational tactic, but I don't see him sitting longterm under any circumstances.
Wolski was actually starting to look decent before he got hurt, hope he can pick up where he left off. Doubt it, but I hope so.
It might take him a couple of games, but I still think he can become the Wojtek Wolski I remember from the Avs in 2006-2008. He's in a contract year and supposedly he took he feedback from he organization after last season to heart. With his skill and creativity, he can potentially make this team better.
Anisimov - Richards - Gaborik | Richie needs a shooter on his wing. They should be back together at some point.
Wolski - Stepan - Callahan | W2 and Stepan really developed some chemistry last year. Cally makes them defensively sound
Hagelin - Dubinsky - Avery | Speed much? Add hard work and a great forecheck.
Fedotenko - Rupp - Prust | Enough with Boyle already. This should be our fourth line.
Last edited by SixGoalieSystem: 12-19-2011 at 05:15 PM.
I don't think that its possible for him to be more of a non-factor than Christensen so I'm happy to see him on his way back. People also have to realize that Torts loves Boyle so there is no way he's going to be spending any time in the press box. I think that inserting Wolski on a defensively responsible line such as Callahan and Richards is the best option. Keep Arty and Steps with Gabby. Obviously with Wolski back someone gets the boot. Most likely Mitchell. I like the idea of a Feds-Dubi-Hagelin line. Although that means Dubi back to center and with his struggles this year that may not be the best idea. Rupp-Boyle-Prust is a solid fourth line. Guess we just gotta wait and see what Torts has up his sleeve.