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lines at practice

Tuesday, November 29
Morning skate
LW C RW
22 - Cole Caufield 14 - Nick Suzuki 77 - Kirby Dach
40 - Joel Armia 91 - Sean Monahan 17 - Josh Anderson
63 - Evgenii Dadonov 28 - Christian Dvorak 11 - Brendan Gallagher
55 - Michael Pezzetta 71 - Jake Evans 20 - Juraj Slafkovsky
LD RD G
21 - Mike Matheson 58 - David Savard 34 - Jake Allen
44 - Joel Edmundson 21 - Kaiden Guhle 35 - Sam Montembeault
54 - Jordan Harris 26 - Johnathan Kovacevic

 

Harris gets back in the lineup as he should - Guhle at RHD continues

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8 minutes ago, claremont said:

lines at practice

Tuesday, November 29
Morning skate
LW C RW
22 - Cole Caufield 14 - Nick Suzuki 77 - Kirby Dach
40 - Joel Armia 91 - Sean Monahan 17 - Josh Anderson
63 - Evgenii Dadonov 28 - Christian Dvorak 11 - Brendan Gallagher
55 - Michael Pezzetta 71 - Jake Evans 20 - Juraj Slafkovsky
LD RD G
21 - Mike Matheson 58 - David Savard 34 - Jake Allen
44 - Joel Edmundson 21 - Kaiden Guhle 35 - Sam Montembeault
54 - Jordan Harris 26 - Johnathan Kovacevic

 

Harris gets back in the lineup as he should - Guhle at RHD continues

I would of rather had Jack eye stay in myself. 

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3 minutes ago, CaptWelly said:

I would of rather had Jack eye stay in myself. 

Interesting perspective - I am not that familiar with San Jose's style as I don't watch or see enough of their games (too late...lol). The Sharks don't strike me as a heavy hitting hard nosed in your face team much like the St. Louis Blues. So for skating non-heavy teams, would prefer to see Harris in. For those tougher teams, agree that Xhekaj has value in the lineup over Harris against the Blues or Wild etc.

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1 hour ago, claremont said:

Interesting perspective - I am not that familiar with San Jose's style as I don't watch or see enough of their games (too late...lol). The Sharks don't strike me as a heavy hitting hard nosed in your face team much like the St. Louis Blues. So for skating non-heavy teams, would prefer to see Harris in. For those tougher teams, agree that Xhekaj has value in the lineup over Harris against the Blues or Wild etc.

Xhekaj actually has brought offense also. He has good short passes, and some good outlet passes. Just not forcing something because you're trying to create offense in itself can be good. That sadi as much as Ghule and Harris are supposed to be the offensive catalyst why aren't either used on the PP? Xhekaj seems to do well there. He has a knack for getting the puck through to the net and be on net when he does. I do know the young guys all need to play. I did notice Ghule off the first pairing. I wonder if that's to give him a little break from the same workload. It is nice to see them all playing good enough to have debates between them. The debates shouldn't all be about offense either when we are talking defenseman (actually IMO any player)

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