Sep 9, 2013, 3:02 PM EDT
Colorado hasn’t even started training camp yet, but its lines are already taking shape.
“[MacKinnon] looked exactly as we’ve seen him,” Avs assistant GM Craig Billington said after MacKinnon’s first practice with the club. “It’s exciting to see him on the ice. He’s just a great addition for us.”
It’s expected that P.A. Parenteau will take up the other spot on what will be Colorado’s No. 1 line.
To recap, Colorado’s top three projected lines to open the season:
Not too shabby.
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