First of all, way to insult Iginla comparing him to Fedotenko. Any line Iginla is on should feature him as a prominent member of that line, not as a third wheel whose job is to create space for the others. It worked with Fedotenko because he wasn't a superstar -- and while Iginla's "superstar" status may have dropped to "star," he's still more creative, dynamic, and dangerous offensively than Fedotenko ever was. In short, Iginla should not be a Fedotenko on Malkin's line, or anyone's line for that matter.
To add, Iginla has played the last few games at right wing with Dupuis and Jokinen as his linemates, while Kunitz took over at left wing on Malkin and Neal's line. They also practiced that way yesterday. I read on here yesterday that someone watched at a Penguin practice as Rossi ignored the on-ice action and instead engaged in conversation with Phil Bourque, while Kovacevic plotted around, also not watching. Rossi's article this morning is a pretty good indication that he hasn't been watching the way the lineup has been unfolding and that he is quite ignorant to how average Fedotenko was and how good Iginla is.
Lastly, just as a sidebar, Rossi Tweeted the following, which in turn showed up on my Facebook wall:
#TribHKY >> @JoshYohe_Trib reports #Pens' Crosby hopes doctor gives him green light for Game 1 | TribLIVE http://t.co/Tba1Hne4Jz #PitNYI
Wow! What a scoop! Yohe is reporting Crosby hopes he is healthy enough to play! I never would have guessed that!
Sorry for the rant, but the Trib is just becoming a pure joke, especially when compared with the professionalism at the PG.