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who in the NHL fits well with Getzlaf and Perry

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07-28-2013, 02:31 PM
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who in the NHL fits well with Getzlaf and Perry

Just wanted people's opinions on who would be a good fit with Getzlaf and Perry. Even if it's unrealistic on who the player is I'd still just like to hear people's views

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A fast LW thats good with one timers and gets pucks to the net for Perry to bang in....E.Kane?

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Dude so true!! Hall would be flying around while Perry and Getzlaf are punishing people!!! Haha thanks g for the reply!!!

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A fast LW thats good with one timers and gets pucks to the net for Perry to bang in....E.Kane?
OMGoodness the hair raised on the back of my neck when I read this one!! E.Kane is do dope and not so small so it would be extremely difficult to get the puck from them!!! Thanks for the reply!!!

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Back in the '07 draft, I wanted Max Pacioretty with the 19th overall pick, which was used to select Logan MacMillan (now playing in Austria). MaxPac went 3 picks later to Montreal and I still think he'd be an excellent fit beside the twins. Big body who would work well off the cycle, use his speed to create room off the rush and finish around the net.

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I thinking a player who is normally a little softer and would excel with guys getting him the puck. Think the LW version of Kessel.

Actually, I could see P Kane putting up over the top ridiculous numbers between those two

2 big guys with skill who can control the flow + 1 smaller but fast and extremely skilled guy?

Gives a lot of room for that skilled guy.

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evander kane would be fantastic

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It would probably be someone like Kunitz. Ideally, you would probably want someone who is hard on the forecheck, can bang in the garbage, and can find the soft areas to exploit. If it's someone who seems to thrive when they have the puck, it probably isn't a good fit. Getzlaf is typically the go-to guy in that regards, and he is the engine that makes the line go. Perry just seems to know now when it's time to get the puck to Getzlaf, and when he should be the one with it, and they feed well off of each other.

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Back in the '07 draft, I wanted Max Pacioretty with the 19th overall pick, which was used to select Logan MacMillan (now playing in Austria). MaxPac went 3 picks later to Montreal and I still think he'd be an excellent fit beside the twins. Big body who would work well off the cycle, use his speed to create room off the rush and finish around the net.
That's an excellent fit that never crossed my mind!!! He's a little underrated but like you're saying if he got with Getzlaf and Perry I'm sure some magic would start happening. Thanks for the reply!!!

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I thinking a player who is normally a little softer and would excel with guys getting him the puck. Think the LW version of Kessel.

Actually, I could see P Kane putting up over the top ridiculous numbers between those two

2 big guys with skill who can control the flow + 1 smaller but fast and extremely skilled guy?

Gives a lot of room for that skilled guy.
Amazing point!!! Hopefully our GM is looking into a set up like that!!!! Thanks for the reply!!!!

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lease hockey God's find a way for Kunitz back with Perry and Getzlaf!!!! Thanks for the reply!!!!

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evander kane would be fantastic
Sounds like a line for NHL 14!!! I love it!!!! Thanks for the reply!!!!!

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It would probably be someone like Kunitz. Ideally, you would probably want someone who is hard on the forecheck, can bang in the garbage, and can find the soft areas to exploit. If it's someone who seems to thrive when they have the puck, it probably isn't a good fit. Getzlaf is typically the go-to guy in that regards, and he is the engine that makes the line go. Perry just seems to know now when it's time to get the puck to Getzlaf, and when he should be the one with it, and they feed well off of each other.
That's so true!!! And what a punishing line that makes!!!!! Thank you for the reply!!!!

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I was thinking JVR although I don't watch Getzlaf/Perry very often a line with 3 tough guys that are very skilled seems like it would work well... JVR would be somebody that would go to the net/work along the boards and also has a good shot while using his body effectively.

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Penner's going to be a good fit with them again. He'll be back to his old scoring form this year if he plays consistently with Getzlaf and Perry.

But in a fantasy world? Parise, Hall, E. Kane, Pacioretty, and Skinner would be my choices. I know Skinner isn't much like Getzlaf/Perry, but his skill would be great on a line with them.

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The basic criteria for someone to fit with them: his game isn't built around rushing the puck, aka. he's got to be fine with not having the puck alot, has an ability to find space away from the defense without the puck, gets off shots quickly, is decent at cycling, and ideally decent or more defensively. From a financial / cap point of view as well, it has to be a complimentary player on a smaller contract.

If Penner doesn't find some chemistry with them, I think we have a couple very intriguing options for that in Palmieri and Silfverberg already.

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I was thinking Mats Zuccarello. G and P would give him space to work with and be creative.

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Nash looked pretty terrific on their line for Canada. As did Staal.

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The basic criteria for someone to fit with them: his game isn't built around rushing the puck, aka. he's got to be fine with not having the puck alot, has an ability to find space away from the defense without the puck, gets off shots quickly, is decent at cycling, and ideally decent or more defensively. From a financial / cap point of view as well, it has to be a complimentary player on a smaller contract.

If Penner doesn't find some chemistry with them, I think we have a couple very intriguing options for that in Palmieri and Silfverberg already.
Silfverberg intrigues me, in particular, because he has a wicked release and he seems to play well away from the puck. Palmieri is a talented kid, but sometimes I question his effort away from the puck.

I'm just not sold on Penner. He's been plagued with laziness for as long as he's been in the NHL. I think we'll see him moved around based on how he plays that particular game.

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Bobby Ryan?



Can't believe nobody said it haha.

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