Rotated 5 d. Spiro dressed but did not see the ice.
2/4 11:24 PM | IP: Logged
Hayes and Sit switched midway thru 2nd period and it was Hayes, Arnold, Whitney. The S line was Silk, Straight, and Sit. Hayes Arnold Whitney line was rocking, and The S line was pretty good as well. Sit is becoming much more active, and Linell is a completely different player, with his promotion. York has found the right combinations.
2/5 9:58 AM | IP: Logged
What I like more than anything right now is the in-game line juggling. It's keeping everyone on their toes and giving the opponent more to think about.
2/5 11:36 AM | IP: Logged
I agree. Now we have all sorts of line combinations that have been used and gameplanning ahead of time for BC is harder to do as well as in-game adjustments. The previous 3.5 months basically everything was basically one set of players that never changed much and you could plan ahead for how to deal with that.
2/5 11:56 AM | IP: Logged
The S line exceeded my expectations mostly because straight appeared to be skating healthy. That said, it was harvard. i would still like to see silk switched with linell and see what some size adds to the top line. Linell was a detriment to gaudreau last night when they tried to cycle
2/5 1:06 PM | IP: Logged
You must have been watching a different game from everyone else. Linell did a good job in the corners and his speed fits well with that line.Silk is a good defensive player still have not seen him do anything offensively. Fits better with Straight and Sit.
2/5 1:39 PM | IP: Logged
Arnold and Hayes are much more effective together than apart no matter who is riding shotgun. They cycle better and both are better at scoring in tight. Arnold had a couple of near misses last night from right in front.
2/5 3:57 PM | IP: Logged
Yes he has, and he also missed an almost identical chance at Providence...(open net but slid it wide).