bh wrote:Yeah, Neal has turned back into Nealkorovsky. The guys compete level looks pretty low and his shot doesn't have the confidence it did.
We need to get him going again.
Pucks_and_Pols wrote:I think now that we are past the trade deadline, the roster limits are off. You can scratch as many guys as you can fit under the salary cap.
dapp wrote:Yes, thank you. I have been wondering this for days. Why ask Neal or Iginla to play their off wing, when Dupuis has played LW before and played it well. I am so tired of the whole "don't mess with the chemistry" crap. Kunitz played very well on the Geno and Neal line, but he was moved back to the Crosby line. They messed with successful chemistry by doing that.
DelPen wrote:There are other options too like having Morrow with Malkin and Neal, that looked good, and Kuntiz with Crosby and Iginla:
Everyone back to playing their accustomed positions and Kunitz and Iginla can carry a line, Morrow will be fine on #2 LW and the 3rd line has speed and some skill too.
RxBandit66 wrote:Dupuis can play anywhere, and he is willing to do that. I like Neal, but he seems to be a bit of a head case. You kind of have to cater to Neal and Malkin, make the conditions just right so they can perform well. Therefore, Kunitz should go back to that line. Iggy should skate with Duper and Sid.
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