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GAGNE-PRIMEAU-FORSBERG post-icing line

Is this a shift you'll see out there after the other team ices the puck, and are not allowed a line change? Pitkanen and Johnson on the blue line, with instructions to score or make a line change? I'm sure Hitchcock is doing a lot of relaxing on vacation.

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what?

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what?
With the new rule changes, when the other team ices the puck, they cannot make a line change...My question is will there be a steady line put in place for the Flyers to take advantage of this?

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there are too many variables to try to attempt to call that one......

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there are too many variables to try to attempt to call that one......
Well who would you want? Against a weakened checking/4th line, it's sort of like the end of a power play.

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Yeah, but any line of the opposing team can ice the puck. So, the 1st line for the opposing team may still be on the ice.

And in the Flyers case, Forsberg and Gagne may have been on the ice when the puck was iced.

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