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    Panarin with 27:57 TOI. Pretty much all you need to know about this team's offense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew a Penalty View Post
    Panarin with 27:57 TOI. Pretty much all you need to know about this team's offense.
    Those are Tortorella type numbers

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    Back to back games with poor goaltending. Not ideal.
    GORTON 2020

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    The New York Panarin vs. Florida Panthers. He almost did it.

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    fuck florida

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    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmc51 View Post
    McKegg playing a solid game and deserved the bump, but he actually plays a different position than Andersson.
    Nope. Andersson has played both C and LW for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by josh View Post
    A player looking better with more icetime without smith or Haley on their line? No. Way.!?!
    A player EARNING more ice time even though they play with Smith and Haley? How could that ever happen?

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    Sounds like a lot of naysaying.

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    It may be worth sending Andersson down for a spell, Nieves can handle that role at least as well as he is right now.

    Andersson is going to remain quite cheap through his control years, and I still really think you could turn him in to a bottom 6 weapon. He's got years to figure that out.

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    Andersson's dad was supposed to be good, too. Same type of player. He found a touch of NHL success age 24-27 after muddling his first 3 or 4 years over here. Then he faded away back to Sweden.

    The story sounds like it's already there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    A player EARNING more ice time even though they play with Smith and Haley? How could that ever happen?
    Let's be honest. It happened primarily because Kakko was out sick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmc51 View Post
    Let's be honest. It happened primarily because Kakko was out sick.
    Well sure.

    But McKegg, Smith and Andersson all could have moved up.

    Guess who wasn't moved up...and never is?

    There has to be a reason beyond "Quinn hates Andersson".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    Well sure.

    But McKegg, Smith and Andersson all could have moved up.

    Guess who wasn't moved up...and never is?

    There has to be a reason beyond "Quinn hates Andersson".
    Quinn has shown no interest in moving Andersson out of his natural Center position again, so no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmc51 View Post
    Quinn has shown no interest in moving Andersson out of his natural Center position again, so no.
    I'm sure that's the reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    I'm sure that's the reason.
    A lack of NHL center depth in the organization? Yup. That's why Howden is 3C and Andersson is 4C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmc51 View Post
    A lack of NHL center depth in the organization? Yup. That's why Howden is 3C and Andersson is 4C.
    Nah, this is just smoke.

    There have been times when any one of three players could have gotten bumped up to the third line. And it was never Lias.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    Nah, this is just smoke.

    There have been times when any one of three players could have gotten bumped up to the third line. And it was never Lias.
    You're right. The team is very deep at Center with Zibanejad out and it's all just a conspiracy to fit your narrative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmc51 View Post
    You're right. The team is very deep at Center with Zibanejad out and it's all just a conspiracy to fit your narrative.
    Zib being out and organizational depth at center have nothing to do with Lias being stuck on the 4th line, but if that's what you want to hang your hat on...If Lias moved to LW on the third line, there are minimum 3 players who could have replaced him on the 4th line for a couple of games.

    McKegg plays center.
    Haley plays center.

    Could have made a call up.
    Nieves
    Fogarty
    O'Regan

    There's no overall lack of depth at center across the organization either.

    Zib
    Strome
    Chytil
    Howden
    Lias
    McKegg
    Nieves
    Fogarty
    O'Regan

    We're actually pretty set at center. Team needs wingers if they choose to walk away from Kreider, Fast, Strome, Lemiuex is ideally your 4th line wing and Kravtsov future unclear.

    You'd think they'd take this opportunity to see what their highly touted #7 pick could do on wing, with less responsibility...But no. It was defenseman Brendan Smith and 27 year old Gregg McKegg who drew the 3rd line LW assignment when it was up for grabs.

    Remarkable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    Zib being out and organizational depth at center have nothing to do with Lias being stuck on the 4th line, but if that's what you want to hang your hat on...If Lias moved to LW on the third line, there are minimum 3 players who could have replaced him on the 4th line for a couple of games.

    McKegg plays center.
    Haley plays center.

    Could have made a call up.
    Nieves
    Fogarty
    O'Regan

    There's no overall lack of depth at center across the organization either.

    Zib
    Strome
    Chytil
    Howden
    Lias
    McKegg
    Nieves
    Fogarty
    O'Regan

    We're actually pretty set at center. Team needs wingers if they choose to walk away from Kreider, Fast, Strome, Lemiuex is ideally your 4th line wing and Kravtsov future unclear.

    You'd think they'd take this opportunity to see what their highly touted #7 pick could do on wing, with less responsibility...But no. It was defenseman Brendan Smith and 27 year old Gregg McKegg who drew the 3rd line LW assignment when it was up for grabs.

    Remarkable.
    Haley just got waived and McKegg wasn't even playing center when he was on the same line with Andersson. If Quinn wanted to move Andersson off center, it would have been done already. So whatever you say I guess lol

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