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scott99 01-16-2013 01:42 PM

Top 5 Islander's scoring predictions
 
Here's my predictions

Tavares 48gp 18g 40a 58pts
Moulson 48gp 19g 22a 41pts
Streit 48gp 8g 30a 38pts
Okposo 48gp 14g 20a 34pts
Grabner 48gp 19g 10a 29pts

What's your predictions ?

SLAPSHOT723 01-16-2013 01:47 PM

Those are high expectations for Streit. The rest are fairly realistic.

WangMustGo 01-16-2013 01:49 PM

Tavares 25-30-55
Okposo 16-25-41
Moulson 20-20-40
Streit 8-22-30
Bailey 15-15-30

Fantom 01-16-2013 01:59 PM

Tavares 48gp 16g 32a 48pts
Moulson 48gp 21g 20a 41pts
Streit 48gp 5g 15a 20pts
Okposo 48gp 14g 20a 34pts
Grabner 48gp 11g 14a 25pts

Gleb2006 01-16-2013 02:00 PM

58 Points for JT? Thats a 99point pace in a regular season

JT: 18G 35A 53P
Moulson: 23G, 20A, 43P
Okposo: 15G, 20A, 35P
Streit, 6G, 30A, 36P
Grabner: 20G, 12A, 32P

kpap57 01-16-2013 02:08 PM

I think the most unrealistic prediction, is all 5 playing all 48 games. There are going to be a lot of minor injuries league wide this season (pulled groins ex..). I can def see 4-5 gms missed by most of them.

scott99 01-16-2013 02:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Gleb2006 (Post 57680795)
58 Points for JT? Thats a 99point pace in a regular season
JT: 18G 35A 53P
Moulson: 23G, 20A, 43P
Okposo: 15G, 20A, 35P
Streit, 6G, 30A, 36P
Grabner: 20G, 12A, 32P



Sure, why not ? Each year he gets incrementally better point wise

Rookie 54 points
2nd year 67 points (13 point increase)
3rd year 81 points (14 point increase)

Even if he followed suit and increased his total by 15 points, that would have been 96 points. 99 is only 3 points difference. I think with his offseason improvements, and his strong play in Switzerland, he might get off to a strong start.

scott99 01-16-2013 02:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kpap57 (Post 57681119)
I think the most unrealistic prediction, is all 5 playing all 48 games. There are going to be a lot of minor injuries league wide this season (pulled groins ex..). I can def see 4-5 gms missed by most of them.

Agreed, but didn't want to mention the "I" word, you jinxed them now, lol.

Fantom 01-16-2013 02:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scott99 (Post 57681371)
Sure, why not ? Each year he gets incrementally better point wise

Rookie 54 points
2nd year 67 points (13 point increase)
3rd year 81 points (14 point increase)

Even if he followed suit and increased his total by 15 points, that would have been 96 points. 99 is only 3 points difference. I think with his offseason improvements, and his strong play in Switzerland, he might get off to a strong start.

I think he stays at a point per game pace this season. give or take a point or 3

redbull 01-16-2013 02:21 PM

I did top 7.5, like the Amish, I do everything 50% better than the rest of you!

John Tavares 48 21 35 56
Matt Moulson 48 20 18 38
Mark Streit 48 7 28 35
Kyle Okposo 48 14 19 33
Brad Boyes 48 15 18 33
Frans Nielsen 48 9 20 29
Michael Grabner 48 19 10 29
Josh Bailey

I also think Visnovsky may outscore Streit - oh wait, he might get injured crossing his fingers on his way to the airport, while hoping he "makes his flight"

scott99 01-16-2013 02:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by redbull (Post 57681709)
I did top 7.5, like the Amish, I do everything 50% better than the rest of you!

John Tavares 48 21 35 56
Matt Moulson 48 20 18 38
Mark Streit 48 7 28 35
Kyle Okposo 48 14 19 33
Brad Boyes 48 15 18 33
Frans Nielsen 48 9 20 29
Michael Grabner 48 19 10 29
Josh Bailey

I also think Visnovsky may outscore Streit - oh wait, he might get injured crossing his fingers on his way to the airport, while hoping he "makes his flight"

Wow, big year for Boyes ! I hope you're right.

bvon44 01-16-2013 02:45 PM

John Tavares 19G 27A 46P
Matt Moulson 22G 16A 38P
Kyle Okposo 17G 19A 36P
Frans Nielsen 11G 20A 31P
Mark Streit 7G 22A 29P

BillD 01-16-2013 02:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WangMustGo (Post 57680105)
Tavares 25-30-55
Okposo 16-25-41
Moulson 20-20-40
Streit 8-22-30
Bailey 15-15-30

^ This with the exception of Bailey. he is out for a month to start with so I am hoping for something like 12-14-26 being good.

JT is going to light it up.

jdr016 01-16-2013 02:56 PM

Tavares 18-27-45
Okposo 16-25-41
Perry 20-15-35
Moulson 16-15-31
Nielsen 10-20-30

StrongIslanders90 01-16-2013 02:57 PM

Damn I love Tavares and think is one of the best players in the NHL, but with the team around him some of his point predictions are really high imo....


I cant put a number on it, but I would say he will be a ppg or a bit better this year....

redbull 01-16-2013 03:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scott99 (Post 57681961)
Wow, big year for Boyes ! I hope you're right.

I expect Boyes to make it to JT's wing, so he should have a great year. But frankly, even on the second line with Nielsen/Bailey OR Nielsen/Grabner or Grabner/Bailey or Strome in some way. He's an offensive player that, in the right situation, can produce offense. He had 55pts two years ago, split between BUF/STL and was a +13, highest of all forwards.

Long Island, the city of second (and third and fourth) chances (Schremp, Tambi, Grabner, Parenteau, Boyes, many more). Where all is forgiven (Nabokov, Visnovsky soon) and patience is tested and re-tested for decades (playoffs? DiPietro).

The stars are aligning for Boyes. It's up to him. He's come to camp in great shape and has said all the right things so far. I think he'll be with players that mesh perfectly with Boyes' skill-set.

Quote:

Originally Posted by StrongIslanders90 (Post 57683935)
Damn I love Tavares and think is one of the best players in the NHL, but with the team around him some of his point predictions are really high imo....

I cant put a number on it, but I would say he will be a ppg or a bit better this year....

He's just really good. I think he had 55pts in his last 48 NHL games, to end last year and he's just getting better and better. This could be his breakout year, although I'd say last year he was spectacular, far more than the numbers showed.

He's starting to get recognition around the league. He was 20th in the TSN's list of best players and could have been higher if any of these guys watched him play last year (more than a game or two).

kpap57 01-16-2013 04:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scott99 (Post 57681415)
Agreed, but didn't want to mention the "I" word, you jinxed them now, lol.

Lol I became a fan in 96. I beggining to think that I may actually be the jinx lol

scott99 01-16-2013 04:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kpap57 (Post 57689005)
Lol I became a fan in 96. I beggining to think that I may actually be the jinx lol

Trust me, the jinxes from 1996 on, have been Milbury and then Wang.

sorondoe 01-17-2013 09:36 AM

Should they all play 48:

Tavares 18-33-51
Moulson 20-16-36
Okposo 14-21-35
Streit 6-25-31
Nielsen 8-21-29
Grabner 16-9-25
Bailey 11-13-24
Boyes 9-12-21

Niederreiter 11-8-19
Strome 5-11-16

I think that Boyes' and Okposo's numbers will depend alot on whom of them gets to play with JT and MM.


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