BleuLineLady wrote:When Crosby gets back-Bylsma should switch up the lines and move Iginla to the first line with Crosby and Dupuis. Move Kunitz with Malkin and Neal. I know, I know, nobody wants to break up the Crosby, Kunitz, Dupuis line. I say this just because it is evident that either Neal or Iginla are uncomfortable playing out of the positions they are used to. Now granted, that line is amazingly talented and everybody should be able to adjust, but I just see a better overall fit for the team by making that adjustment once Crosby is back.
this seems very logical
reuniting "the best line in the NHL" from last year at the expense of "the best line in the NHL" from this year doesn't seem like a problem to me. especially since you're trading kunitz for that iginla guy.
if it's a priority to make neal a weapon, he needs to be comfortable. he doesn't seem versatile enough to handle the wrong wing position. he and geno have been all kinds of off at even strength this year. put kunitz back there and get them nice and comfy. i think sid can manage playing with iginla and dupuis.