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T-Dog-66 08-27-2009 10:18 AM

Rank these forwards (Keeper League)
 
I was wondering how you would rank these forwards for a keeper league. Stats are pretty simple goals and assists are worth one point, and thats it. Both short and long term projections would be great, thanks.

Patrik Berglund
Devin Setoguchi
David Krejci
Loui Eriksson
David Perron
Travis Zajac
Michael Frolik

R S 08-27-2009 12:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by T-Dog-66 (Post 20896040)
I was wondering how you would rank these forwards for a keeper league. Stats are pretty simple goals and assists are worth one point, and thats it. Both short and long term projections would be great, thanks.

Patrik Berglund
Devin Setoguchi
David Krejci
Loui Eriksson
David Perron
Travis Zajac
Michael Frolik

Perron
Krejci
Setoguchi
Zajac (Lemaire is going to hurt his numbers)
Eriksson
Frolik
Berglund

Mostly a long term projection from me. To be honest...all players are very similar in regards to point totals. Its hard to pick someone for last place...

evgeni71 08-27-2009 01:33 PM

David Perron
Devin Setoguchi
David Krejci
Loui Eriksson
Patrik Berglund
Michael Frolik
Travis Zajac

CoachBrouwer 08-27-2009 10:36 PM

Patrick Berglund
David Krejci
Travis Zajac
Michael Frolik
Devin Setoguchi
Loui Eriksson
David Perron

this is more short term 1-3 years

PlantersOye 08-27-2009 10:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by T-Dog-66 (Post 20896040)
I was wondering how you would rank these forwards for a keeper league. Stats are pretty simple goals and assists are worth one point, and thats it. Both short and long term projections would be great, thanks.

Patrik Berglund
Devin Setoguchi
David Krejci
Loui Eriksson
David Perron
Travis Zajac
Michael Frolik

In terms of long term projection...

Setoguchi
Loui Eriksson
Travis Zajac
David Krejci
Patrik Berglund
David Perron

IslesRock4 08-28-2009 12:14 AM

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Originally Posted by Cast (Post 20904520)
In terms of long term projection...

Setoguchi
Loui Eriksson
Travis Zajac
David Krejci
Patrik Berglund
David Perron

I agree with this list from top to bottom. Such a solid group of young players. They are difficult to rank, especially since they still have much to prove. I see Setoguchi being the best out of the bunch short and long term.

PlantersOye 08-28-2009 12:21 AM

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Originally Posted by IslesRock4 (Post 20905177)
I agree with this list from top to bottom. Such a solid group of young players. They are difficult to rank, especially since they still have much to prove. I see Setoguchi being the best out of the bunch short and long term.

Yeah, Setoguchi is definitely a keeper (future All-Star?!).
Other then that, good luck with the keeper league.

R S 08-28-2009 11:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cast (Post 20904520)
In terms of long term projection...

Setoguchi
Loui Eriksson
Travis Zajac
David Krejci
Patrik Berglund
David Perron

No way Perron is at the bottom of the list...

The guy has two season under his belt already as a 21 year old. He had 50 points last year and was one of the Blues most dangerous and effective players last year down the stretch and into the postseason.

Keeping Karlsson 08-28-2009 01:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by T-Dog-66 (Post 20896040)
I was wondering how you would rank these forwards for a keeper league. Stats are pretty simple goals and assists are worth one point, and thats it. Both short and long term projections would be great, thanks.

Patrik Berglund
Devin Setoguchi
David Krejci
Loui Eriksson
David Perron
Travis Zajac
Michael Frolik

Zajac
Krejci

Eriksson
Frolik
Berglund
Setoguchi
Perron

I'd say Eriksson, Frolik, Berglund and Setoguchi are all pretty close to one another and could be switched easily. But Zajac and Krejci, for now, are head and shoulders above the rest of this list.. hard to say how different it could be 3-5 years from now since each of them have really just had one good rookie/sophomore season up until now.. lots left to prove

PlantersOye 08-28-2009 02:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Renegade Stylings (Post 20908003)
No way Perron is at the bottom of the list...

The guy has two season under his belt already as a 21 year old. He had 50 points last year and was one of the Blues most dangerous and effective players last year down the stretch and into the postseason.

Well, that's what I thought in terms of long term projection...

Don't tell me my opinion is wrong. :help:

R S 08-28-2009 03:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Cast (Post 20910210)
Well, that's what I thought in terms of long term projection...

Don't tell me my opinion is wrong. :help:

you can have whatever opinion you want....that doesnt make it right :)

State of Hockey 08-28-2009 11:50 PM

Devin Setoguchi
David Krejci
Patrik Berglund
Michael Frolik
Loui Eriksson
David Perron
Travis Zajac


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