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Zach Hyman?- John Tavares - Mitch Marner
Andreas Johnsson?-?Auston Matthews - Connor Brown
Patrick Marleau?- Nazem Kadri?- Kasperi Kapanen
Par Lindholm?-?The Goat?-?William Nylander

Morgan Rielly - Ron Hainsey
Jake Gardiner - Nikita Zaitsev
Travis Dermott?-?Igor Ozhiganov

Frederik Andersen
(Garret Sparks)

Tyler Ennis - Ankle
Martin Marincin - Healthy
Justin Holl?- Healthy

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Nylander on the fourth line. I wonder if he takes the hint like Marner did or just feels sorry for himself?

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He's been there before.

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But here's the thing about that: I don't think Nylander hasn't been working hard. Once he puts in four or five the narrative is gonna be that putting him on the 4th line rejuvenated his game, when the reality is that his shot metrics are just coming back to the mean.

You can't shoot 3 percent forever.?

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1 minute ago, Bret said:

But here's the thing about that: I don't think Nylander hasn't been working hard. Once he puts in four or five the narrative is gonna be that putting him on the 4th line rejuvenated his game, when the reality is that his shot metrics are just coming back to the mean.

You can't shoot 3 percent forever.?

There was a great piece on Nylander in The Athletic the other day. Basically all of his advanced stats are good, no difference from last year or the year before.?

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He hasn’t been working hard consistently. I’ve seen him give up on plays. Peel off to?the bench instead of back checking. He might think he’s working hard, but obviously Babs doesn’t think?so.

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Just now, Ryan said:

There was a great piece on Nylander in The Athletic the other day. Basically all of his advanced stats are good, no difference from last year or the year before.?

I believe Marincin’s advanced stats?are the same as last year as well....

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6 minutes ago, shovhd said:

He hasn’t been working hard consistently. I’ve seen him give up on plays. Peel off to?the bench instead of back checking. He might think he’s working hard, but obviously Babs doesn’t think?so.

I think it's something people are focusing on though because "narrative". He's not doing anything that every player in the NHL isn't doing, but a spotlight is on him right now because of the contract and lack of "production".?

I think so much of what he does is so effortless that he looks like he's just going through the motions a lot of the time. Similar to how people viewed Fedorov a lot of the time. He's fine, and it'll come. People just need to let him work through it.?

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8 minutes ago, shovhd said:

I believe Marincin’s advanced stats?are the same as last year as well....

Marincin is a perfectly servicable NHL defenceman... until he touches the puck. That's why he doesn't play at the top level consistently. His puck control is like me the first time I held some titties.?

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Exactly. Adv Stats tell a story, but not the whole story. If Nylander was doing as?good as last year he wouldn’t be on the fourth line and he wouldn’t be 4 points in 19 games and he wouldn’t be shooting 3 percent. He’ll come around, he just needs a kick in the ass. He should stay on the 4th until he learns to make the most of his ice time.

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You don't control shooting 3 percent, though. That's just bad luck when all of his shot and chance generation numbers are the same or better.

I'm not sure how to better explain this to you.?

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2 goals called back on us this year, one penalty for challenging a non-offside. 0 for 3.

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