Ive always been a fan of Dominic and his brothers. I've followed all their careers since Harvard. They are all gritty players that will do what you ask of them and not make bunch of mistakes in the process. He can play on the second or third lines, and is solid on PK and face offs. He gives me the impression that he does all he can with the talent he has. I can always appreciate that.
He'll fit in well with SJ, mostly third line and PK, with fill in duty on the second line when things get juggled around.
Zeus' problem is that he is just too slow. And for some reason is not playing as well this season as he has in the past. I'd prefer to see him on the 4th line honestly and not slowing down the 3rd. Just as I'd prefer to see Mitchell on the 4th with him, and not killing the offense of the 3rd line.
Zeus' strength is not puck moving or puck handling. His strength is playing down low in front/around the net, screening the goaltender and using his soft hands to score rebound goals. He needs a puck mover, play maker on his line, and neither McGinn or Mitchell are that type of player. McGinn is similar to Zeus with more speed and better grit along the boards and Mitchell is just useless. That line has nobody who can handle the puck well in the open ice or really control it along the half boards. Paired with the right linemates, Handguns would be contributing more, but the Sharks just don't have depth in that area right now with Havlat injured.