Lines with Soderberg

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    Lines with Soderberg

    Jagr-Krejci-Horton

    Marchand- Bergeron- Seguin

    Lucic- Peverley- Soderberg

    Paille- Kelly- Campbell

    I think the way Jagr plays, he creates some space for someone like Horton, who can be a sniper, even tough he has not a good season. Yesterday, Krejci and Jagr didn't click, but it was a first try. Maybe Soderbeg can inspire Lucic...if not, bring back Thornton.

    On defense, I liked what I saw from Redden, but when in his game, McQuaid is more a physical presence....I don't know.

    Chara-Boychuk

    Seidenberg-Hamilton

    Ferrence-Redden/McQuaid

     
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    Re: Lines with Soderberg

    In response to Remi72's comment:

    Jagr-Krejci-Horton

    Marchand- Bergeron- Seguin

    Lucic- Peverley- Soderberg

    Paille- Kelly- Campbell

    I think the way Jagr plays, he creates some space for someone like Horton, who can be a sniper, even tough he has not a good season. Yesterday, Krejci and Jagr didn't click, but it was a first try. Maybe Soderbeg can inspire Lucic...if not, bring back Thornton.

    On defense, I liked what I saw from Redden, but when in his game, McQuaid is more a physical presence....I don't know.

    Chara-Boychuk

    Seidenberg-Hamilton

    Ferrence-Redden/McQuaid



    for me:

    dk with jagr/soder for a few games

    bergies stays

    kelly with paille/horton

    peverly with lucic/campy.  

    Lucic has a week to get outta this or he stays on the 4th line

    redden is a fantastic depth guy.  He stepped in and played a perfect game.  Nothing flashy.  Just steady.  I would play redden every game the rest of the way.  Each guy in the regular 6 get a rest.  

     
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    Re: Lines with Soderberg

    Soderberg - Krejci - Jagr

     

    Marchand - Bergeron - Seguin

     

    Lucic - Kelly - Horton

     

    Paille - Campbell - Peverley



     
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    In response to Remi72's comment:

    Jagr-Krejci-Horton

    Marchand- Bergeron- Seguin

    Lucic- Peverley- Soderberg

    Paille- Kelly- Campbell

    I think the way Jagr plays, he creates some space for someone like Horton, who can be a sniper, even tough he has not a good season. Yesterday, Krejci and Jagr didn't click, but it was a first try. Maybe Soderbeg can inspire Lucic...if not, bring back Thornton.

    On defense, I liked what I saw from Redden, but when in his game, McQuaid is more a physical presence....I don't know.

    Chara-Boychuk

    Seidenberg-Hamilton

    Ferrence-Redden/McQuaid



    I liked Redden's game too.  It's a coin toss betwen him and Quaider.

     
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    Re: Lines with Soderberg

    Jagr-Krejci-Horton

     

    Marchand- Bergeron- Seguin

     

    Paille- Kelly- Soderberg

     

    Lucic- Peverley- Campbell

     

    Horton gets a short lease, very short one.Seguin also needs to be kept on a short lease as he is not engaging in one on one battles. I would not be suprised to see Julien put Soderberg with Jagr to see what happens. At this point Claude is willing to try anything.

     
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    Because of his bad eye, apparently Soderberg tends to look to his right when making passes.  Is that going to be a problem if he plays RW?

     
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    In response to DrCC's comment:

    Because of his bad eye, apparently Soderberg tends to look to his right when making passes.  Is that going to be a problem if he plays LW?




    THats an interesting point.  He may not be able to play both wings.  However, if he tends to look right, dont you want him on the left side?  Considering that if he's on the left , the ice is to his right

     
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    *That should be RW, not LW.  Edit is not being cooperative.

     
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    In response to DrCC's comment:

    *That should be RW, not LW.  Edit is not being cooperative.




    My apologies

     
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    I like that line up.  To me Lucic and Horton are interchangeable and maybe Kelly on the third instead of Peverly?

     

    In response to Remi72's comment:

    Jagr-Krejci-Horton

    Marchand- Bergeron- Seguin

    Lucic- Peverley- Soderberg

    Paille- Kelly- Campbell

    I think the way Jagr plays, he creates some space for someone like Horton, who can be a sniper, even tough he has not a good season. Yesterday, Krejci and Jagr didn't click, but it was a first try. Maybe Soderbeg can inspire Lucic...if not, bring back Thornton.

    On defense, I liked what I saw from Redden, but when in his game, McQuaid is more a physical presence....I don't know.

    Chara-Boychuk

    Seidenberg-Hamilton

    Ferrence-Redden/McQuaid




     
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    In response to SanDogBrewin's comment:

    Jagr-Krejci-Horton

     

    Marchand- Bergeron- Seguin

     

    Paille- Kelly- Soderberg

     

    Lucic- Peverley- Campbell

     

    Horton gets a short lease, very short one.Seguin also needs to be kept on a short lease as he is not engaging in one on one battles. I would not be suprised to see Julien put Soderberg with Jagr to see what happens. At this point Claude is willing to try anything.




     

     

     

    I thought Horton played one of his better games in recent memory last evening....he could still do more thumpin' but he seemed to have his wheels moving last night...more than I can say for Fat

     
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    Re: Lines with Soderberg

    Lucic - Krejic - Jagr

    Marchand - Bergeron - Seguin

    Peverley - Kelly - Horton

    Paille - Campbell - Soderberg

    The way Campbell and Paille are playing, the Bruins can run 4 lines better than any time over the past 3-4 years. Horton, Peverley, and Lucic are having off years but MBS have never played better, Jagr is better than what we had last year (Rolston), and Campbell and Paille have never played better.

    I like this team better than last year's squad and believe it's on par with the Stanley Cup year.

    Soderberg just has to be better than Caron, Bourque, Pandolfo, and Thornton which shouldn't be hard.

     
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    And I guess if Lucic doesn't have 10 hits and a fight it's a bad game for him? From what I saw, his line kept the puck in the offensive zone for most of the shift and had a couple scoring chances. Pretty much what I was hoping for.

    If people wanted him to fight John Scott, you're stupid and insane. Scott can't play hockey, Lucic, for all his criticism, is miles better than Scott.

     
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    Jagr doesn't like playing LW. I think CJ should be trying to keep him happy. I also don't want to throw soda on the off wing his first game. I think that's flat out crazy. 

     
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    Practice today:

    Lines today..

    Gold: Marchand-Bergeron-Seguin,

    White: Paille-Krejci-Horton,

    Grey: Soderberg-Kelly-Jagr,

    Merlot: Campbell-Peverley-Thornton ^CS

     

    Others were green.  Soderberg 'probable' for Friday.

     
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    Wow Lucic wearing green is as interesting as Kelly centering Jagr.

     
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    In response to DrCC's comment:

    Practice today:

    Lines today..

    Gold: Marchand-Bergeron-Seguin,

    White: Paille-Krejci-Horton,

    Grey: Soderberg-Kelly-Jagr,

    Merlot: Campbell-Peverley-Thornton ^CS

     

    Others were green.  Soderberg 'probable' for Friday.



    Im fine with those lines.  Looks good.

     
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    Re: Lines with Soderberg

    In response to DrCC's comment:

    Practice today:

    Lines today..

    Gold: Marchand-Bergeron-Seguin,

    White: Paille-Krejci-Horton,

    Grey: Soderberg-Kelly-Jagr,

    Merlot: Campbell-Peverley-Thornton ^CS

     

    Others were green.  Soderberg 'probable' for Friday.



    I don't get it. Kelly and Paille had a good chemistry yesterday and the first thing Claude is doing, is to separate them right away. Paille with Krejci ??

     
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    I don't get it. Kelly and Paille had a good chemistry yesterday and the first thing Claude is doing, is to separate them right away. Paille with Krejci ??



    That was going to be my only complaint about the lineup.  I thought the Paille-Kelly-Horton line had worked nicely.

     
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    If Soderberg can contribute then the Bruins will have a very deep lineup. Start sitting Thornton and even the 4th line will be a threat to score.

     
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    In response to dezaruchi's comment:

    If Soderberg can contribute then the Bruins will have a very deep lineup. Start sitting Thornton and even the 4th line will be a threat to score.



    My pet theory on what's been going on with all of the mix/matches going on with the lines is to  get more offense going with the 3 & 4th line guys by putting them with the more gifted 1 & 2nd line guys.

    They should settle this down soon as I don't thin it's a good idea to shuffle lines too close tot he playoffs.

     
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    In response to golden9x2's comment:

    Horton gets a short lease, very short one.Seguin also needs to be kept on a short lease as he is not engaging in one on one battles. I would not be suprised to see Julien put Soderberg with Jagr to see what happens. At this point Claude is willing to try anything.

    I thought Horton played one of his better games in recent memory last evening....he could still do more thumpin' but he seemed to have his wheels moving last night...more than I can say for Fat.



    Horton could still pull a re-appearance act in this years playoffs and that would be great. He could start by hitting like his bromance brother once used too n get things going.

    Without them the Bs are one n done. Have a good feeling they both will though.

     
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    Re: Lines with Soderberg

    In response to Remi72's comment:

    Jagr-Krejci-Horton

    Marchand- Bergeron- Seguin

    Lucic- Peverley- Soderberg

    Paille- Kelly- Campbell

    I think the way Jagr plays, he creates some space for someone like Horton, who can be a sniper, even tough he has not a good season. Yesterday, Krejci and Jagr didn't click, but it was a first try. Maybe Soderbeg can inspire Lucic...if not, bring back Thornton.

    On defense, I liked what I saw from Redden, but when in his game, McQuaid is more a physical presence....I don't know.

    Chara-Boychuk

    Seidenberg-Hamilton

    Ferrence-Redden/McQuaid



    If you knew your players you would know that Jagr is a RW and won't / will not play LW. Soderberg, when asked what other position he has played also said LW and does not feel comfortable playing on the RW. Horton and his garbage time goals should not be anywhere near the top line. How and why would you take a good 2-way veteran centerman in Kelly and stick him on the fourth line? And have Peverly and his "high-glass" accuracy getting 16min a game? Your also taking Campbell out of his natural position, one that he plays very well, good defensive player.

    Know your teams strengths before fabricating such dysfunctional lineup.

     

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