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Matt Duchene had a forgettable year last season, due largely to the fact that he was injured for a large portion of the second half.
Count on Duchene to come out in training camp as a man possessed. He will be faster and stronger, as he has spent his offseason working strength training with Sidney Crosby and his trainer.
Gabriel Landeskog will have a big second year in the NHL and is the type of player that will have chemistry with whoever is on his line.
P.A. Parenteau is the perfect third player on this line and complements the styles of the other two perfectly.
Landeskog is the power forward that will be strong in front of the net and down low, cleaning up and scoring some garbage goals.
With his great play-making skills and sniper's shot, Duchene will have more space thanks to the attention paid to Landeskog.
Parenteau is a dogged worker that is strong down low, has a nose for the net and a great set of passing hands that will set up his other two linemates.
This line, when it begins to click, will become a dominant one.