Hockey Widow wrote:As good as that line has been we may need to re-unite the Amex line if we want scoring in the playoffs. Burrows was fine on the third line before Higgins. Although that begs the question who plays with the Sedins?
Too bad the Panthers didn't bite on Samuelsson for Raymond on deadline day.
Hockey Widow wrote: Although that begs the question who plays with the Sedins? D
Mr.Miyagi wrote:I am wondering if putting Kassian on the 1st line down the stretch is an audition/warm up or just an effort to give him a feel for Henrik? It would be a perfect fit in the playoffs if he can put up the points. He should create some space for the twins and he also provides a little muscle if other teams wish to take liberties on our stars. He doesn't play PP or PK so I can't see his lack of fitness being a HUGE issue as we can also slot in Burrows, Raymond or Hansen in the third period/overtime if need be.
coco_canuck wrote: ...and I wouldn't be surprised if he has some ups and downs in the playoffs which might lead to an occasional scratch. Hopefully, if that happens, fans will realize that the kid is still a rookie that has junior eligibility left, and development comes with its challenges...there's no challenge greater than performing in the playoffs.
donlever wrote:L O F L
Good luck with that.
Hockey Widow wrote:As good as that line has been we may need to re-unite the Amex line if we want scoring in the playoffs.
wafflecombine wrote:Playing the cycle game is hard. If it wasn't, everyone would do it with ease. But being a big frackin brick wall and pissing off the goalie is a much different story.
wafflecombine wrote:In theory, if Kassian did this and fought for position the way Kesler would fight for position last year in the play offs.... he'd draw defenders to him.... which in theory might open some ice up for that cycle.
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