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04-21-2014, 01:51 AM
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Bournival out and Prust down to the 4th, when Moen is back Weise probably sits now that Bourque has been reborn
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You obviously find space on your roster for a guy as talented as Galchenyuk, but where? Bourque has cemented his place. Playoff Briere is too valuable. Weise adds a physical presence. Prust is a leader on this team playing tough minutes alongside Plekanec (and he's looking more and more like himself with every game).

I know everyone's saying Bournival, but Bourni's greatest strength is probably Galchenyuk's weakest: winning board battles and coming out with the puck.

It's a good problem to have isn't it?

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You obviously find space on your roster for a guy as talented as Galchenyuk, but where? Bourque has cemented his place. Playoff Briere is too valuable. Weise adds a physical presence. Prust is a leader on this team playing tough minutes alongside Plekanec (and he's looking more and more like himself with every game).

I know everyone's saying Bournival, but Bourni's greatest strength is probably Galchenyuk's weakest: winning board battles and coming out with the puck.

It's a good problem to have isn't it?
i think the only player he could possibly replace right now is Prust but that might not even happen because of defensive responsibilities. Maybe Bournival but Bourni's been very solid. It'll be interesting to see.

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You know you have depth when you're not sure about benching a fourth liner to play your young offensive stud.

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It's Simple, don't rush Chuckie and Moen will have to wait until someone plays their way out of the lineup, when Chuck comes back my guess is.


Pacioretty - Desharnais - Vanek

Galchenyuk - Plekanec - Gallagher

Bourque - Eller - Gionta

Prust - Briere - Weise

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