With his squad down two games to none in the Eastern Conference Final, the head coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins is expected to shuffle his forward lines for Game 3 versus the Boston Bruins. As reported by the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Dan Bylsma has essentially promised as much. And moving Jarome Iginla back to his natural position at right wing is suspected to be one such move. But don't expect a simple Iginla-Chris Kunitz (or Pascal Dupuis) switcheroo. Rob Rossi of the Tribune-Review suggests Iggy would be a better fit elsewhere than on the top line with Sidney Crosby.
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