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09-09-2010, 08:49 AM
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2010-11 Player Point Projection Article

Ranks the top 250 point scorers. Here are some Rangers players on the list:

Gaborik: 69gp 38g 39a 77pts
Frolov: 78gp 28g 34a 60pts
Prospal: 78gp 18g 35a 53pts
Dubinsky: 76gp 21g 26a 47pts
Callahan: 78gp 23g 22a 45pts
White: 73gp 12g 25a 37pts
Anisimov: 78gp 16g 20a 36pts
MDZ: 79gp 7g 29a 36pts

http://www.tsn.ca/fantasy_news/feature/?ID=29817

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09-09-2010, 08:55 AM
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Pretty realistic.

I'd rate MDZ and Anisimov a tad higher.

I'd also bring down Callahan's, Prospal's, and White's numbers.

White's on the bubble anyway so I can't see how you could predict him for nearly 40 points.

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Ranks the top 250 point scorers. Here are some Rangers players on the list:

Gaborik: 69gp 38g 39a 77pts
Frolov: 78gp 28g 34a 60pts
Prospal: 78gp 18g 35a 53pts
Dubinsky: 76gp 21g 26a 47pts
Callahan: 78gp 23g 22a 45pts
White: 73gp 12g 25a 37pts
Anisimov: 78gp 16g 20a 36pts
MDZ: 79gp 7g 29a 36pts

http://www.tsn.ca/fantasy_news/feature/?ID=29817
Hoping that Gaborik plays more games than that and hits at least 40+ goals and at least 80+ points.

I'll take that from Frolov, Prospal, Callahan, White.

Looking for more from Dubinsky (50 points), more from Anisimov (40 points) and more from MDZ (40 points).

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Four 20+ goal scorers with two other players close (Anisimov/Prospal). Not too bad.

I too am expecting 50+ points from Dubinsky this year.

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Would be interested to know why Gaborik is going to miss more games than he did last year

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I am higher on Anisimov and Del Zotto, lower on Callahan and White (Who I expect to play in hartford at least to start the season)

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Would be interested to know why Gaborik is going to miss more games than he did last year
History. While his surgeries SHOULD have alleviated his injuries, until he strings together some healthy seasons in a row, he's still a serious gamble. Especially in fantasy. The odds of him missing time are much higher than most other players of his caliber.

I passed on him last year in fantasy, and I'll likely pass on him again this year. Unless its a CLEAR win, he's a risky player for your fantasy team.

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Dubinsky must do more than that — especially if he's going to play with Gaborik and on the first PP unit and especially if he's projects to play more games than he did last year.

I think 53 points from Prospal is ambitious.

Del Zotto goes down in points (with one fewer games played?)

Callahan should be over 20 goals again.

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Are those AHL point totals for White?

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I don't see that piece of s*** Captain Intangibles on that list!

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I think Dubi hits more than 47 (not much more, like 50-55), and White definitely doesn't play that much unless there is an injury.

Also, I hate to be that guy but if Fro has 28g and 34a that's 62pts not 60 lol

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I don't see that piece of s*** Captain Intangibles on that list!
Don't sugar coat it. Tell us how you really feel.

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Dubinsky must do more than that especially if he's going to play with Gaborik and on the first PP unit and especially if he's projects to play more games than he did last year.
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Agreed regarding Dubinsky...I think hes capable of hitting 60 points if he plays with Gaborik all year and gets time on the 1st PP unit.

However, I dont think hes going to get those types of opportunities all year round. Last year, he got yanked from Gaborik's line due to one mistake in Montreal and only saw spot duty on the top line and powerplay for the majority of the rest of the season.

If hes getting jerked around again by the mad scientist coach, I think 50 points is more realistic.

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That was the nicest way I could say it.

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For what I project I'd have Gabs higher by maybe 10 points.

Frolov is just about right.

I'm hoping Dubs plays an extra couple of games and hits 55-60 points.

Anisimov would project higher.

MDZ about right I don't expect continued offensive improvements but I do expect increased D play.

Cally is good.

Prospal I'd project lower like 35-40.

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MDZ's points will sort of gravitate around how our PP performs in respect to last season.

He may get a little better, but basically is what he is, which is a pretty good PP QB. Unless his time goes down or Gaborik gets injured, he'll either stay where hes at or get better.

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Agreed regarding Dubinsky...I think hes capable of hitting 60 points if he plays with Gaborik all year and gets time on the 1st PP unit.

However, I dont think hes going to get those types of opportunities all year round. Last year, he got yanked from Gaborik's line due to one mistake in Montreal and only saw spot duty on the top line and powerplay for the majority of the rest of the season.

If hes getting jerked around again by the mad scientist coach, I think 50 points is more realistic.
I hate Tortorella.

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I'm expecting more games and production from Gaborik honestly. If he plays less then 70 games though, this team would be ****ed.

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That was the nicest way I could say it.
"I do not see Chris Drury on this list" .... that would be the nicest way.

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Gabs = 69 GP? **** that ****. He won't miss a game this season.

*knock on wood*

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Gabs = 69 GP? **** that ****. He won't miss a game this season.

*knock on wood*
Over under should be around 55.

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163 goals for the top 8 point scorers. Rangers scored 222 all of last season. That leaves 59 goals for the remaining 10 to 12 players (If the Rangers carry two extra skaters) to get to what the Rangers had last season. They need to increase that number badly.

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163 goals for the top 8 point scorers. Rangers scored 222 all of last season. That leaves 59 goals for the remaining 10 to 12 players (If the Rangers carry two extra skaters) to get to what the Rangers had last season. They need to increase that number badly.
Last year, it was 147 amongst the top 8, not including Jokinen, Kotalik, ect.

The addition of Frolov should help statistically speaking in that area.

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