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Should Pav and Z play on the same line for the majority of this season

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  1. 1. Should Pav and Z play on the same line for the majority of the season (ES. PP, etc.)?

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I must say Id keep them apart unless we get another solid top 6 center from somewhere. I really think Flip did his best work on the wing imo. He is a great center don't get me wrong but hes one hard working, talented winger when on a line with D or Z. I also though he had good chemistry with both of them as well. Also could you imagine our line up with a new player or two?

Franzen-Datsyuk-Semin

Flip-Zetterberg-Doan

Nyquist-Helm-Sammy

Tootoo-Abby-Bert

...Come one Kenny...

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I'm not sure. All I know is both of them need to score a lot more this season. They cannot be mid 20 goal scorers this year and expect the others to pick up the slack.

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On the fence on this one.

I've now learned that it's a tougher question than I thought.

At the end of the day, Pav, Z, today's game and the league are simply different.

-Does that mean that Pav and Z can't be The Euro Twins anymore? Not necessarily.

-Have they both grown individually to a point in which they hinder one another instead of compliment one another? Not necessarily.

-Is the magic of the past worth the experiment of sacrifice in depth down the middle? Not necessarily.

-Does age and the physical toll that results in decline in health along with the emotional toll of an 82-game season constitute a significantly impaired Euro Twin dynamic in comparison to the out of this world magic of the past? Not necessarily.

-...Did I answer my own tough questions like Babcock does? ...Not necessarily, actually.

A lot to consider for the main question.

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