"It will be an adjustment for him. A lot of times if he’s on the right side he won’t be able to come through the middle and take that shot in the middle so he may have to more often go wide and beat his guy wide. It’s just an adjustment. He needs to get used to it and find other ways to [get] open ice," Ribeiro said. "But if you’re well-positioned defensively then offensively guys with skill will always find ways to create or score. So I think defensively it might help him more along the boards and with chipping it out, but he’s so good that he’ll figure it out and find a way to figure it out."