Everybody’s worried about the Penguins lack of scoring depth. Their 3rd and 4th lines aren’t scoring; hell, they’re barely shooting.
That assumes that we have a 3rd line in the first place.
Thanks to a revolving door of injuries, the Penguins’ lines look like this:
1: Neal - Malkin - Jokinen (Search your feelings. You know this to be true because…)
2: Kunitz - Crosby - Diana Moon Glampers (The search for a Winger For Sid is turning into a Vonnegut story. Better “Harrison Bergeron” than Slaughterhouse Five, I guess.)
4: Pyatt - Sutter - Glass (A 3rd line center with 4th line wings is a 4th line center.)
4b: Spare Part Left - Adams - Spare Part Right
But this is all Dan Bylsma’s fault for misusing his lineup full of AHL players and Deryk Engelland, right?