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Last Year’s Gems Are This Year’s Rubbish

In this addition of Around the Atlantic, we compare the 2008-09 Penguins, the current squad, to Stanley Cup finalists of 2007-08.


First we look at the lines:

2007-08:

Forwards:

Dupuis-Crosby-Hossa

Malone-Malkin-Sykora

Talbot-Staal-Kennedy

Ruutu-Hall-Laraque

Defensemen:

Gonchar-Orpik

Whitney-Scuderi

Gill-Letang

Goaltender:

Fleury

Conklin

Extras:

Mark Eaton (D), Darryl Sydor (D), Gary Roberts (LW)

2008-09:

Forwards:

Kunitz-Crosby-Guerin

Fedotenko-Malkin-Sykora

Cooke-Staal-Kennedy

Dupuis-Talbot-Adams

Defensemen:

Gonchar-Orpik

Eaton-Letang

Gill-Scuderi

Goaltending:

Fleury

Garon

Extras:

Philippe Boucher (D), Eric Godard (RW), Alex Goligoski (D), Bill Thomas (C/W)

Analysis:

The 2007-08 depth chart is more or less how it remained during the Penguins playoff run, really the only time during Michel Therrien’s reign the same four lines were regularly deployed. The 2008-09 depth chart on the other hand has remained pretty much the same since Dan Bylsma’s second or third game. The way the Penguins are playing, it seems as though they will continue on this hot streak into the playoffs and the lineup should remain the same.

At first glance, one notices that while the top line does not have the pedigree of a Marian Hossa in his physical prime, Chris Kunitz is considerably more effective alongside Crosby than Dupuis. Bill Guerin has instant chemistry with Crosby and while he does not do the little things that Hossa does, he never whiffs a pass put on his plate. Guerin has averaged 3 shots a game since becoming a Penguin, Kunitz 2. The Crosby line plays a traditional North American style of game where the level of play is up-tempo all-out all the time. Crosby is a deft enough puck-handler that he does not need to dump the puck into the zone. With Dan Bylsma’s system, it is more common to see Sid float a pass past a defense and retrieve it than wrap the puck around the boards. Kunitz is the first man in to battle the puck and Guerin’s two jobs is to provide defensive support along the right side and to get open. Once in the offensive zone, Sid dangles the puck and distributes it to the open man. If Crosby is unable to properly distribute the puck, then they resort to cycling it down low, looking for an open man in the slot or around the net. Traditional North American hockey.

Ruslan Fedotenko is a step down from Ryan Malone. But Malkin is a better player this season than he was last. So it is a wash from a talent standpoint. But the Malkin line plays a considerably different type of game this season than they did last season. In 2007-08, Malkin played the same role as Sid does on his line. However, Malkin is a much different type of player. This line is referred to as the Penguins Euro-line and understandably so, they play a very east-west style of game. The as linemates, the common goal is to get Malkin the puck then get open. Sykora plays very well in the right slot, lining up on his off-hand for a one-timer. Fedotenko plays very well down low and around the net. He is not overly physical but does not shy away from contact.

The bottom half of the roster is where things look much different. Jordan Staal is much better than he was last season. He has spent the entire season alongside Cooke and Kennedy, had has been dominant on the forecheck. Kennedy is stronger and healthier than he was last season. Cooke’s physicality down low perfectly compliments the styles of Staal and Kennedy. Kennedy is very dominant in the right corner of the offensive zone. As long as his play is concentrated around the net and in the right corner, he will be an extremely effective forward. Cooke looks to blast people and if he was not able to play the game at a pretty good level, he would be regarded in an extremely unflattering manner among peers and fans. Even as a pretty good player, he is not the most popular person in many circles. Still, he brings a physical presence to the bottom pairings that has more goal-scoring ability than Ruutu. Cooke’s presence also allows Talbot to play center – a much more effective position for him.

The fourth line is where the team starts to really show improvement. Dupuis has scored as many goals as Laraque, Hall, and Ruutu combined. Talbot has already scored 10 goals. Depending on the look the team is going for, they can swap Adams or Dupuis for Godard. In the playoffs, where there is not much fighting, Adams is a much better option than Laraque, who is primarily an enforcer.

The defense is about the same. With Whitney getting traded to the Anaheim Ducks, two of the pairings were shuffled. Having said that, the defense is liberated under Dan Bylsma. Eaton, Orpik, Scuderi, and Gill have all frequently jumped into the play. Orpik has skated stronger and played even more physical. Scuderi has played a more physical brand of hockey this season as well.

One of the major changes however has been Kris Letang. He has finally looked like the blue-chip prospect he would only show flashes of in the past. He is poised with the puck, probably the best skater on the Penguins team, and has been given the greenlight to rove around ala Mike Green.

Marc-Andre Fleury had an eerily similar season to last although not nearly as serious an injury. At the mid-point of the season Fleury went down with a groin tweak for several weeks. Upon his return he was a bit shaky. After about a month though Fleury fell into his groove and has been an elite level netminder.

Final Thoughts:

Since Dan Bylsma took over the Penguins have averaged close to 4 goals a game. The PK has become aggressive, and the man-advantage finally looks just that. Not whatever monstrosity was on display for most of the fall and winter.

So the Penguins of 2008-09 are better than last year’s squad in some respects. They are most assuredly a deeper team. Jordan Staal has finally emerged as a force, doing his best Keith Primeau impersonation since Bylsma took over. Malkin is better. Crosby is healthier and as a result, better. They do not have Marian Hossa anymore. But who said anything about needing him?

 

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  1. Dan Rakusan Mar 21 20092:50 pm

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    Hossa would instantly make the team better, and you can talk all you want about Kunitz and Guerin. Also, Fleury is such a wild-card element that I don't see how they can feel confident in him over the long haul.The talent up front is great, but they lost chemistry as well last offseason, and I don't see this team going anywhere in the playoffs…

    1. Ian Altenbaugh Mar 21 20096:56 pm

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      Granted I had a heck of a time figuring out how to post a new blog despite very clear directions from Kevin Lee. All of which further frustrates the webmaster who can not possibly grasp how a college educated, technologically savvy person such as myself has a great deal of trouble with simple web design.Nonetheless, you are out of line Rakusan! I banish Wade Redden to the New York Rangers for eternity!What chemistry did the really lose over the off-season? The 15 game cameo of an mcl sprained Hossa? The uneven play of Ryan Malone for the first 50 games of the season? People forget that Malone was frequently benched because of his poor play. It was only until a switch clicked on during the stretch drive that he became the forward he is now. This season was almost as brutal as last season if not worse. They lost Gonchar for the bulk of the season which is comparable to Detroit losing Rafalski or Anaheim losing Niedermayer. There were little expectations for most of last year though while this year they started through the roof. Friggen Jeff Taffe was the second line LW for awhile last season. It was brutal. There was no chemistry other than the thirty minutes a game the Malone-Malkin-Sykora line played. The Penguins now actually roll four full lines that can score goals. This season Crosby and Malkin have been hands down superior players as has the entire defensive group, particularly since Gonchar returned. They did not win the cup last year with Hossa. I see them on the same footing this season as the Philadelphia Flyers or maybe the Boston Bruins. All three have played streaky, far above and below their talent levels and have diverse mixes of veterans and young talent. You could probably put the Caps in that category as well. They were dreadful for stretches this season and have a fairly soft defensive core after Mike Green (Who is sick).

  2. Dan Rakusan Mar 22 20099:25 am

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    The Pens had a different swagger last season, which is why I brought up the chemistry issue. Frankly, it may have had to do with Malkin being the de facto leader of the team for the time Crosby was hurt, or whatever… It just seemed that last year's edition was more confident.This year, Fleury's spotty play likely isn't helping…

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