Thread: Speculation: Predict Goal output next season
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08-10-2012, 01:46 AM
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keoviero
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Originally Posted by pld459666 View Post
Nash - 42
Gaborik - 30 (misses 20 games)
Callahan - 23 (I expect he will miss 10 games)
Kreider - 15
Richards - 24
Stepan - 20
Hagelin - 18
Boyle - 10
Pyatt - 9
Halpern - 5
Asham - 5
Rupp - 6
Del Zotto - 13
McDonagh - 12
Girardi - 10
Staal - 10
Stralman - 6
Bickel - 3


261 goals

I think that Girardi still has some growing to do Not a knock at all.

I think that this last PO's could have been a solid eye opener for him in the sense that he can be quite dangerous offensively.

I do not believe that 10 goals is out of the question for Girardi. Same goes for Staal.

Prior to the concussion, his point totals were rising each year. With a healthy off-season and the confidence of getting his game back in the PO's to where is was prior to the concussion, I can see a continued increase in his numbers.

Overall with a more improved top 6, I believe out top 4 are going to greatly benefit from that.

MDZ another year older I can see more goals from. Same with McDonagh. I can see both surpassing the 10 goal mark and both posting 40+ points as well.
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Originally Posted by The Torts Identity View Post
First post for me...

Come to this place a lot to read up on what's going on. Always funny stuff here and I always hear news about the Rangers from you guys first.

Anyway as for goal output:

Nash - 36
Gaborik - 26
Richards - 26
Callahan - 25
Hagelin - 20
Kreider - 20
Stepan - 18
Boyle - 12
Pyatt - 9
Halpern - 4
Rupp - 4
Asham - 4

McDonaugh - 10
Del Zotto - 10
Girardi - 9
Staal - 8
Stralman - 8
Bickel - 2


Wildcard - Biron 1

Just over 3 goals per game


one word can describe these defensive goal scoring predictions.

DELUSIONAL.

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