JT Miller and Brandon Mashinter up; Ferriero down (2/18: Mashinter up with Powe out)
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02-05-2013, 03:02 PM
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I think the expectation is, barring some unforeseen continued development well into his 20s, his ceiling is hopefully right around a consistent 20g scorer. I honestly don't think Miller is realistically expected to be better than a 50 point player at his utmost peak ceiling. Of course, you never know how far a player could exceed expectations by (Datsyuk/Zetterberg/Lundqvist/etc.) but I don't think Miller is expected to translate a serious offensive game to the NHL. He has 2nd line upside and is expected to be a two-way 2nd line guy or excellent third line guy.
If we could get a Konowalchuk clone out of Miller I would be more than pleased.
anywhere between 15-25 goals and 40-45 points a year while playing solid defensive hockey and being stiff to play against.
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