Thread: Line Combos: The hidden future.
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03-05-2014, 11:39 PM
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Originally Posted by predshabs View Post
2013-2014 stats
Jarnkrok-.63 ppg
57gp 13g 23a over last 16 games he has 19pts

Forsberg-.62 ppg
29gp 8g 10a

Beck- .72 ppg
46gp 12g 21a

Watson- .55 ppg
56gp 14g 17a

Explain to me please how Forsberg is the only one with good AHL numbers?
For offensive players, you want to see closer to a PPG in the AHL. Forsberg and Jarnkrok both being in their first real season in the AHL get a little bit of leeway perhaps. Beck's numbers aren't bad, but I don't see him becoming anything more than a 2nd/3rd line tweener. Watson's a bottom 6 guy.

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