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06-24-2011, 11:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Tiranis View Post
Ugh, I give up. You can have top level skill and not be PPG. There are countless examples of hard-working guys that put above PPG in their draft year and then never become more than 3rd liners. Points have nothing to do with somebody's skill level.

If you're a Canucks fan you should probably just look up Michael Grabner.
Grabner is a goal scorer, Jensen is a guy who is good at doing both, so obviously I did not expect Grabner to be a PPG guy, 2 different types of players.

And are you kidding me, if you have elite skills in junior then you should be putting up the points to match it, there is no excuse for not doing so.

Bartschi obviously has more skills than Jensen, put up more numbers, and yet he is still projected to be just a 2nd line NHL player, so there is no way Jensen could be more than that.

Seguin has elite skills, know how I know, because he put up numbers on a crappy Plymouth team.

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