I'm interested to see how this works out. Although both Spezza and Foligno are valuable, i've found both have had a tendency to overhandle the puck, and maybe try the toe drag type moves a little too often. It'll be interesting to see if the guys will play a more straight ahead team game like last night. Not saying we won't miss those two, just that sometimes I find they get away from the game we a trying to play as a team.
Last edited by Jackie Treehorn: 12-17-2009 at 12:26 PM.
All the injuries suck, but for once we have some decent depth so I'm not too worried. The bottom six have been great all year and will hopefully continue to be. Regin and Winchester both looked surprisingly comfortable in their new top 6 roles which is good to see.
NJ (1st overall pt%, last ten: 8-2 )
Min (turning it on after slow start, last ten: 8-2)
Bos (contending team we can't seem to beat, last ten: 6-2-2)
Pit (defending SC champs, last ten: 7-2-1)
Buf (Top of NE and Miller, last ten: 7-3)