Sod16 Posted October 12, 2018 Share Posted October 12, 2018 Quinn has used just about every mathematical combination of 13 forwards for his lines except one, 20-93-17, which was the only line that really gelled last year, albeit for a relatively short time before 17 got hurt. Larry Brooks' article from before the SJ game said they were back together in practice, but it looked instead like 89-93-17 in the game. Could we please go back to a line that really worked well for 12 to 15 games? That hot steak stopped when one of the guys was hurt, not when the line cooled off. 17 really has a better offensive touch than some think. He reminds me a little of a (less pugnacious) Esa Tikkenen in that he can play quite well on a 4th line or a 1st line. Esa did splendidly for us on both. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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