Neal’s suspension could open the door for Dupuis

Chris Wassel

2013-12-10

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James Neal’s suspension could be Pascal Dupuis’ gain



It is another week closer to Christmas and apparently some line combinations have hit a rough patch while others just keep plugging away. The funnier thing is that a Toronto trio once again broke double digits. That top line was solid again but let's see who else produced at a pretty good clip on this week's edition of "Between The Lines".

 

Lead Us Forwards

 

Nazem Kadri-Phil Kessel-James van Riemsdyk (Toronto) — This line led the way with 11 points in Week 10. Not surprisingly, Kessel and van Riemsdyk both tallied five points each. It almost does not matter who centers this line as all the LW-RW combo needs is a server of the puck as they say. Basically the wingers are where it is at for consistent fantasy production and Philadelphia still has to be wondering where this was in van Riemsdyk's game. Toronto may not win much but at least you can depend on their first line for fantasy happiness in Week 11.

 

Jamie Benn-Tyler Seguin-Valeri Nichushkin (Dallas) —