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09-13-2012, 07:35 AM
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Why have a NHL season when you can have eternal debates with MAK?

I want :

Latendresse-Spezza-Michalek
Silfverberg-Turris-Alfredsson
Greening-Regin-Zibanejad
Condra-Smith-Neil


I believe Latendresse can be a 30 goals scorer playing with Spezza. He has great hands around the net. Spezza creates a lot of offense around net, Latendresse will be around to bank the rebounds and convert Spezza's feeds. Michalek has proven he can do that already. This line could produce 80-90 goals easily if healthy (which is top-tier in the league)

2nd line is all about hockey IQ and defensive awareness, with a nice touch of offense. All those guys have great shots. They can play against anyone and own the puck. Yes Silfverberg is green in the NHL but I think he could adapt quickly. He isn't dependant on the rink size like Rundblad was. Let Alfie impregne those young guys even more

3rd line is about size and speed with a nice skill touch. Regin if healthy can be a great 2-way center and the other guys can go recover the puck for him. Zib and Regin have great shots if they can use it, Greening goes to the net. Defense is adequate too, just a bit of inexperience

4th line is perfect too. Condra provides the stamina and high hockey IQ. The 2 others provide toughness and "in-your-face" hockey. Tough line to play against and can chip in offensively

If Silfverberg needs an adjustement period, switch him with Regin and make a few moves for the bottom-6 center positions

I'm excited to see that line-up in action
Not a bad line-up, although I suspect that Zibanejad may end up with less ice time on the 4th line, as you point out, due to the lack of experience on the 3rd line. Swapping Neil in would still make for an interesting bottom six.

"Let Alfie impregnate the young guys?"

Not sure if that's physically possible.

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09-13-2012, 08:34 AM
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Not a bad line-up, although I suspect that Zibanejad may end up with less ice time on the 4th line, as you point out, due to the lack of experience on the 3rd line. Swapping Neil in would still make for an interesting bottom six.

"Let Alfie impregnate the young guys?"

Not sure if that's physically possible.
lol that's because there's words I need to find the right translation for, but this time I forgot to change it

Let Alfie immerse these young people even more? I dunno, let them learn even more playing with Alfie lol

And hmmm, Zibanejad with 4th line minutes would be pretty useless for his development... He's a pretty big piece of the Sens future apparently. It's not like before, this management isn't scared to give big roles to young players (see Turris, Greening, Cowen, Karlsson, Smith...). I hope he is on the 3rd line this year (if there's a year )

Gosh, I'm anxious to see NHL hockey now, as the weather goes down, the need is growing up

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09-13-2012, 12:29 PM
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lol that's because there's words I need to find the right translation for, but this time I forgot to change it

Let Alfie immerse these young people even more? I dunno, let them learn even more playing with Alfie lol

And hmmm, Zibanejad with 4th line minutes would be pretty useless for his development... He's a pretty big piece of the Sens future apparently. It's not like before, this management isn't scared to give big roles to young players (see Turris, Greening, Cowen, Karlsson, Smith...). I hope he is on the 3rd line this year (if there's a year )

Gosh, I'm anxious to see NHL hockey now, as the weather goes down, the need is growing up
Maybe "Let Alfie instill his work ethic within these young guys"

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09-13-2012, 12:37 PM
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Silfverberg and Turris together means a lot of inexperience on the line, though Alfie would help, wouldn't it be better to put Silfverberg on the 1st line? I assume he'll be tried on the 1st line, but if it doesn't work, I think he'll be tried on the 2nd or 3rd line.
I think he'd have chemistry with Turris and Alfie more so than other tandems. Silfverberg isn't quite a "fresh out of junior" rookie either. Inexperienced in the NHL, sure, but he captained a team of grown men to a championship and took all the hardware too at just 21. Alfie's potentially a future hall of famer at 40 and Turris is in his, what, 4th year?

At the end of the day I don't care about inexperience if it works, and that's a trio I'd like to see for sure. All guys that can hold onto the puck, see the ice, make plays, and finish.

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09-14-2012, 02:19 PM
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The real question is whether they have the staying power over the entire season.

A lot of NHL rookies seem to run out of steam by about the 3/4 mark.

In any event, go with what works at the beginning of the season, but don't be surprised to see the guys with the least amount of NHL experience tail off.

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09-14-2012, 02:28 PM
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The real question is whether they have the staying power over the entire season.

A lot of NHL rookies seem to run out of steam by about the 3/4 mark.

In any event, go with what works at the beginning of the season, but don't be surprised to see the guys with the least amount of NHL experience tail off.
Are those 18-20 year old rookies or 22 year old rookies?

I don't even know if there's a difference, just something to consider. The sample size for 22-23 year old rookies that come with hype are few and far between, I'd say.

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10-04-2013, 10:53 PM
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Very good game by Turris tonight.

There was this one shift in the third period where he held the puck in while his line was on, they went off, he stole it and kept it in until next line came on.

I see no reason why as season goes on he gets even better. He really benefits from having 2 speedy wingers on his line.

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I still think hes going to be a 70 point player in his prime years

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10-04-2013, 11:18 PM
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10-04-2013, 11:24 PM
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I see no reason why as season goes on he gets even better. He really benefits from having 2 speedy wingers on his line.
Been saying for awhile that Alfie's slow-the-game-down approach really limited Turris. Playing with speedy players gets him skating, and he can really move out there.

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10-04-2013, 11:25 PM
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Turris is the best forward on the team

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10-05-2013, 01:50 AM
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Turris is the best forward on the team
Yeah, okay.

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10-05-2013, 03:00 AM
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What can be said? Great job all around.

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10-05-2013, 04:06 AM
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You really aren't in touch with reality.

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You really aren't in touch with reality.
I could see an argument made for him. He's been consistent(in play and work ethic) and in a what have you done for me lately world he's done the most. Not to mention he's been probably our best two way forward since he arrived here.

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I could see an argument made for him. He's been consistent(in play and work ethic) and in a what have you done for me lately world he's done the most. Not to mention he's been probably our best two way forward since he arrived here.
Half Speed Spezza was still much better than him tonight. Let me know when Turris finishes 4th in scoring in the NHL.

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I've never liked Turris. He always seemed to be skating as if he was just along for the ride, hence I called him Kyle Tourist.

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