The goal he scored was when he was on the first line. He looked surprisingly good out there, but then again, he played well with Forsberg in Colorado. It's nice to know that he can bump up when a change is needed, but I wouldn't keep him on the 1st line indefinitely, though: he's far too limited
to go against Hossa himself, or that's what JD surmised. It worked out good. Prucha seems to need to handle the puck and make plays - I'm not sure that meshes well with Jagr now that I've seen it. Nieminen just goes forward and will shoot when he gets the chance. Prucha will do that too, but he also wants to make a play. We'll see where his next stop is.