Rejoint: sept. 2020
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Looks like this thread is mostly for NHL roster players, but here's a few observations for the Lightning's prospects/AHLers after watching the Crunch this season (trying not to be too picky):
Simon Ryfors: C/LW -> C/LW/RW
He's played everywhere all season. I'd lean towards saying he's played the most, and has looked best, at RW though if that makes a difference.
Gage Goncalves: C -> LW
Goncalves has been listed as a LW in the Crunch lineup 80ish% of the season. He's been at RW when not on LW, but that was mostly for odd games in the beginning of the season when he was still finding his spot in the lineup. I don't recall him ever being listed as a center this season. He's taken faceoffs, but usually only whenever the actual center was tossed. Maybe LW/C, but it doesn't seem like they view him as a center in the future.
Charles Hudon: LW/RW -> C/LW/RW
Hudon was a true LW/RW at the start of the season but has been playing center (successfully) for pretty much all of 2022.
Alex Barre-Boulet: LW/RW -> RW/LW
This might be getting a bit picky, but his main position is still RW. I think Seattle had him at LW to begin the season, but he's always listed as a RW for the Crunch.
Cole Koepke: LW -> LW/RW
Whenever the LW spot has been crowded, it's usually been Koepke that's been moved over to RW.
Daniel Walcott: LW/LD -> LW
In the two seasons I've been actively following the Crunch I have never seen him listed on defense. He's fully made the transition to forward - usually playing wherever needed on the wing in the bottom-six.