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01-09-2004, 04:48 PM
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Leafs' Lines?

Hey all~
What are the lines used most recently by the beat-up Leafs?
What do you think they will be when some of the boys come back into the lineup?
What would you have them be if you had control of them? Assume that everyone is healthy and that you can use all of the players in the Leafs' system.

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The only line that is a sure thing is the 1st line....

Roberts - Sundin - Renberg


If I had the chance of making up the lines, I'd go with....

Roberts - Sundin - Renberg
Tucker - Nieuwendyk - Mogilny
Ponikarovsky - Antropov - Nolan
Fitzgerald - Reichel - Domi

Extras: Perrott, Belak

Even tho Stajan has played well this season, I'd send him to the Rock to get top line minutes, and improve his overall game.

Kaberle - McCabe
Berg - Klee
Marchment - Pilar

Extras: Hedin

Jackman should be dealt for a late rounder, if that's possible.

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Hey all~
What are the lines used most recently by the beat-up Leafs?
Roberts-SUndin-Renberg
Tucker-Antropov-Domi,
Ponikarovsky-Nieuwendyk-Fitzgerald,
Belak-Stajan-Perrott

Kaberle-McCabe
Klee-Berg
Marchment-Pilar

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What do you think they will be when some of the boys come back into the lineup?
No idea, really. Quinn shuffles them all too much. I wouldnt be surprised if he had Sundin, Nolan and Mogilny on 3 seperate lines to get some balance at the end of the day. The d-pairings will pretty much stay the same, though.

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What would you have them be if you had control of them? Assume that everyone is healthy and that you can use all of the players in the Leafs' system.

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Roberts-Sundin-Renberg
Tucker-Nieuwendyk-Nolan
Poni-Antropov-Mogilny ( I know Red Horner will like this )
Fitzgerald-Reichel-Domi

It will be tough to chose between Poni and Stajan, though, especially since Poni has upped his game big time recently.

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when healthy how about:
Roberts-Niewendyke-Sundin
Tucker-Antropov-Mogilny
Stajan-Reichel-Nolan
Renberg-Fitzgerald-Domi

Its a little different than most people would put them but this gives us 3 top notch goal scoring lines all with grit speed and skill. And a 4th line that is responsible defensively and made up of very good forecheckers.

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Roberts - Sundin - Renberg
Tucker - Nieuwendyk - Mogilny
Ponikarovsky - Antropov - Nolan
Fitzgerald - Reichel - Domi
Wow it's funny how great minds think alike. That's the exact lineup I used today for NHL 2002

That is what I would prefer to see the Leafs use, but I don't think Quinn will ever be blessed enough to have a completely healthy group to work with.

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i still think u have to have your two best guys on the number 1 line...
here are my lines with all players healthy

antropov sundin mogilny
tucker niue nolan
roberts stajan renberg
domi reichel fitz

kaberle mccabe
berg klee
pilar march/jackman

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Roberts Sundin Renberg

Roberts and Renberg work well with Sundin, they force him to drive to the net because they occupy bodies and work the corners.

Poni Nieuwendyk Mogilny

Poni good in the corners Nieu has had a good influence on Poni, Mogilny will benfit from Nieu winning faceoffs, they will have good puck control, alos Nieu knows how to find openings in D and AlMo is a great passer.

Tucker Antropov Nolan

Tuck and Owen have good chemistry, also three of our 5 best d-forwards. Use them as belligerent checking line.

Fitz Reichel Domi

Other two checking forwards with physical forechecker. We will never see this as Leafs will always have injuries.

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Wow it's funny how great minds think alike. That's the exact lineup I used today for NHL 2002

That is what I would prefer to see the Leafs use, but I don't think Quinn will ever be blessed enough to have a completely healthy group to work with.
I used those lines too for NHL 2004

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Antropov - Sundin - Renberg
Roberts - Nieuwendyk - Mogilny
Tucker - Reichel - Nolan
Poni - Fitzgerald/Stajan - Domi

I love Stajan and Poni, but Reichel is more deserving of ice time than either of them. Since the playoffs last year (forgetting a certain penalty shot...) we have seen a different Reichel, and I think it's a definate improvement. He's still overpaid, but effective enough.

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Thanks for all of the help, all!

I asked about lines on almost every team board here at HF. The real reason I asked about lines is to make some FHL rosters for next year. I've created most of the players that have played a game in the NHL this year, and am now looking to rate these players. I figured Toronto is as good a place as any to start, so is anyone willing to help me with ratings for the Leafs (or anyone else)? I need help with such things as intensity, speed, defense, etc. (I see hockey from morning until night, but there's only so much one person can store in their mental memory banks, so I ask you, those that know about your team.)

My plan is to take ratings from those at every conceivable board here at HF, put them into the sim, run a few seasons and work out some bugs in the system, and then make the rosters available to anyone that wants them.

If anyone is interested in helping, feel free to send me a PM or respond here. In fact, this might be a nice place to get some debates started as to what a player's ratings ought to be. (Isn't that the point of boards such as this?)

Either way, thanks a lot for the help with the lines.

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