Tambellini has earned his spot

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  • http://twitter.com/VanCityHockey Hello!

    Don’t think anyone expected Tambellini to play as well as he has. Definitely one of the best stories so far this season.

    Just a note, Tambellini didn’t start the year in Manitoba.

  • Anonymous

    As much as I hate to say it, Jannik Hansen will go down to the fourth line once Raymond’s back. He’s an incredibly versatile player, which has served him well, but it also means he’s the best one suited for fourth-line duty. The benefit, of course, is that Hansen vastly improves the fourth line. With Bolduc, Glass, and Hansen, the fourth line will be defensively responsible, hellacious on the forecheck, and capable of surprising with some occasional offense.

  • Anonymous

    As much as I hate to say it, Jannik Hansen will go down to the fourth line once Raymond’s back. He’s an incredibly versatile player, which has served him well, but it also means he’s the best one suited for fourth-line duty. The benefit, of course, is that Hansen vastly improves the fourth line. With Bolduc, Glass, and Hansen, the fourth line will be defensively responsible, hellacious on the forecheck, and capable of surprising with some occasional offense.

  • Anonymous

    As much as I hate to say it, Jannik Hansen will go down to the fourth line once Raymond’s back. He’s an incredibly versatile player, which has served him well, but it also means he’s the best one suited for fourth-line duty. The benefit, of course, is that Hansen vastly improves the fourth line. With Bolduc, Glass, and Hansen, the fourth line will be defensively responsible, hellacious on the forecheck, and capable of surprising with some occasional offense.

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