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    Doug Armstrong today... "The list is one" regarding coaching candidates for the Blues next year.
    Well done Craig Berube. Well deserved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Auston'sWilly View Post
    Doug Armstrong today... "The list is one" regarding coaching candidates for the Blues next year.
    Well done Craig Berube. Well deserved.
    He's certainly earned it.


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    Funny video of a few Blues on Watch What Happens Now

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    So who has the crystal ball on the blues and can tell me what their lines will look like next season??
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    Quote Originally Posted by newper114 View Post
    So who has the crystal ball on the blues and can tell me what their lines will look like next season??
    That's pretty hard to predict, but I'm thinking we see Robert Thomas firmly in their top-six by the end of the season. I'll take a stab:

    Schwartz-Schenn-Tarasenko
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    Steen-Bozak-Kyrou
    Sanford-Barbashev-Sundqvist
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    I could easily see Blais/Sanford shifting down in the lineup while Rob Thomas makes a smooth ascent into the top-six. Kyrou seems like a decent option to replace Thomas on that third line with Bozak with his speed and skill. I think Barbashev and Sundqvist have shown enough to be bottom-six staples, and I think it's going to come at the expense of ice time for guys like Blais and Sanford. The thing about Alex Steen is that he still makes $5.75 million aav for two more seasons, so unless they can get rid of him he's going to get ice time. Despite his decline as a player, I think Bozak and Kyrou would be interesting linemates for Steen because he still brings an element of defensive responsibility to his game even with his scoring falling off a cliff.

    All things considered that's a really good looking lineup. Something tells me that Thomas and O'Reilly would be an absolutely dominant duo at 5v5, which would pretty much let them use their two best wingers with Schenn and really spread the talent throughout the lineup. Kyrou and Bozak on the third line could provide some really interesting scoring depth, and you can certainly do a lot worse than guys like Barbashev and Sundqvist on your 4th line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mounD View Post
    That's pretty hard to predict, but I'm thinking we see Robert Thomas firmly in their top-six by the end of the season. I'll take a stab:

    Schwartz-Schenn-Tarasenko
    Perron-ROR-Thomas
    Steen-Bozak-Kyrou
    Sanford-Barbashev-Sundqvist
    Blais

    I could easily see Blais/Sanford shifting down in the lineup while Rob Thomas makes a smooth ascent into the top-six. Kyrou seems like a decent option to replace Thomas on that third line with Bozak with his speed and skill. I think Barbashev and Sundqvist have shown enough to be bottom-six staples, and I think it's going to come at the expense of ice time for guys like Blais and Sanford. The thing about Alex Steen is that he still makes $5.75 million aav for two more seasons, so unless they can get rid of him he's going to get ice time. Despite his decline as a player, I think Bozak and Kyrou would be interesting linemates for Steen because he still brings an element of defensive responsibility to his game even with his scoring falling off a cliff.

    All things considered that's a really good looking lineup. Something tells me that Thomas and O'Reilly would be an absolutely dominant duo at 5v5, which would pretty much let them use their two best wingers with Schenn and really spread the talent throughout the lineup. Kyrou and Bozak on the third line could provide some really interesting scoring depth, and you can certainly do a lot worse than guys like Barbashev and Sundqvist on your 4th line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucafen4 View Post
    No Fabbri?
    I could see him on that LW3 spot instead of Steen, which would relegate the latter to a more realistic spot on the fourth line. The problem is he's probably going to be hurt at some point, and with so many injuries during crucial development time when he should be learning the NHL game and getting acclimated to everything, I have a hard time really projecting what he is at this point. It's a rough situation for him.
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