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G, A, +/-, PIM, PPP, SHP, GWG, SOG, FW, HIT, BLK, W, GAA, SV%, SHO
J Staal (C,LW)
M Richards (C,LW)
J Neal (LW,RW)
Overall forwards are solid. The compressed schedule may catch up to Selanne and Jagr given their age. Defense is probably the biggest question. Burns is hurt and Quincey may or may not get PP time, as Kornwall is top dog, Samuelsson and White will play the point as RH shots, and Smith will probably get lots of PP time as well. Colaiacovo is another guy who may get some PP time. In other words, Quincey will have to earn it to get his PP time. Goaltending shouldn't be a problem at all.
- 1 Reply to John W
Thanks. Yeah I'm hoping that the short season won't hurt Selanne or Jagr. I don't see how people above said my C is questionable though. Besides, even if it was, C is probably the easiest thing to pick up off the waiver wire. Mikko Koivu for instance is available and I think he may be great this year with the help he has. I'm hoping that the Luongo thing doesn't hurt Schneider, but I don't expect it to. Schneider should still be #1 even if time is split. I think Smith will have another great your in PHO and although I don't know if the sharks will be doing wonders this year, I expect Niemi to be a good starter. My biggest question is D. I hope Myers can step up. I hope Burns comes back fast. Doughty and Garrison should be good though and we'll see what Quincey does. Maybe I can move Jagr and/or Selanne (and possibly a draft pick) for an upgrade at D if I can't find anything on the wire.
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