This move actually makes sense puck possession wise now that I think about it. In the defensive zone they will be able to get possession along the boards then when they get in the offensive zone they rotate to get in shooting position.
eddiefromirwin wrote:Funny how there was all the clamoring for Sid to have a world class wing, and now there are two of them on this team and he doesn't play with either of them.
AlexPKeaton wrote:Yeah I don't understand this either. Sid prefers Duper and Kunitz. Malkin's line has been producing fine. Offense from the top 2 lines is not the problem.
DontToewsMeBro wrote:If Iginla doesn't see much time on Sid's line (and it's looking like he won't) then I think that the trade was redundant at best.
columbia wrote:Iginla is holding up his end on the score sheet:
http://www.nhl.com/ice/playerstats.htm? ... me=summary
Myriad wrote:Even if you say all Iggy's done is contribute in the room and on the power play, that's still a huge part of postseason success, and that alone makes him a good value in the playoffs considering what Shero paid. I hope they keep him on the Right Wing though, Sid can play with either him or Kunitz, but Kunitz really pulled that Malkin line together yesterday.