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Elias - Zubrus - Gionta

Parise - Zajac - Langenbrunner

Rolston - Madden - Clarkson

Pandolfo - Holik - Rupp

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These are the exact lines I would suggest. I think these lines would be total win, with scoring spread evenly. I know most people will think sacrilege to break up Madden-Pando but they havn't exactly been shut down pairing in awhile. I'd like to see these lines tried. Someone email them to Brent.

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These are the exact lines I would suggest. I think these lines would be total win, with scoring spread evenly. I know most people will think sacrilege to break up Madden-Pando but they havn't exactly been shut down pairing in awhile. I'd like to see these lines tried. Someone email them to Brent.

I think Clarkson playing with Pando and Madden give them some spark these past few weeks.

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put rolston with zajac and parise move langenbrunner with madden and pandolfo

This is so clearly the answer, I'm not sure why we're even discussing this. ;-).

No one has answered my earlier question. What does Langenbrunner contribute to his line? Better yet, what does he contribute that Rolston wouldn't contribute more of?

- Jeff

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This is so clearly the answer, I'm not sure why we're even discussing this. ;-).

No one has answered my earlier question. What does Langenbrunner contribute to his line? Better yet, what does he contribute that Rolston wouldn't contribute more of?

- Jeff

Langenbrunner is stronger along the boards, provides the grit for line and has great chemistry with Zajac and Parise.

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It's been said before but here is my ideal situation:

Elias-Zubrus-Rolston

Parize-Zajac-Langenbrunner

Pando-Madden-Gionta

Vrana-Rupp-Clarkson.

Move Rupp to wing when Holik gets back and there you have it.

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Langenbrunner is stronger along the boards, provides the grit for line and has great chemistry with Zajac and Parise.

I gotta say, I don't see any of that.

How are you determining that he's "stronger along the boards", for instance?

As for chemistry, I haven't seen any magical connection. Any examples you have in mind? It's possible I just missed them.

And Langenbrunner couldn't finish into an empty net half the time, I think. Put two finishers on that line, coupled with Zajac's size and improved play, and you have a stronger scoring threat. I don't think the same could be said simply by adding Rolston to Madden/Pandolfo.

- Jeff

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