Every team needs a Swiss Army Knife.
Reliable, versatile and flexible, they can always be counted upon.
Dillon Dube is focused on being just that for the Flames this season, playing in any role the club asks of him.
On Tuesday, the 23-year-old moved back to the middle with Andrew Mangiapane and Brett Ritchie on the wing, as the club experiments with some different looks up front.
The preseason saw the forward shift to centre for a couple of games for the first time in his NHL career, and he looked more than comfortable in that role.
"It doesn't bother me, wherever they need me or want me to go it's an easy switch and an exciting challenge every time," Dube said. "You focus more on the details of the game, there's a lot more responsibility in your own zone to play a full 200-foot game and bring a lot of energy up the middle.
"It's a back-and-forth position, so I worry about my game overall and not focus on the difference between the two, but just in staying focused and sharp."