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01-30-2012, 07:51 PM
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A player like Landeskog is putting up around 40 points this year, i see no reason to why Silfverberg canīt score 50 points next year if he can handle the transition and is put in a top 6 scoring position. If his game doesnīt translate to the smaller rinks quickly enough he might need some time in the AHL, but he is going to be a solid NHLer in the future.

He is a bit of a "late bloomer" and was never expected to become a high scoring player when he played in the junior leagues, now he is the captain of his SEL team and one of the best players in the league while still improving rapidly.

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