20 goals 55 points at least. He's always maintained a strong shooting percentage, and has always seen the game well and had a good, well rounded toolbox of skills. His greatest strength is his ability to position himself in the best areas to be an offensive threat. It's not like he's a guy with a wicked shot or blazing wheels. He's a guy who is good at everything, and great at getting himself on the right spots of the ice to take advantage of that. Keeping that in mind, and his lower offensive years being more of a situational result from not having the proper faith put into him to succeed (his shooting percentage, ATOI, linemates, amongst other stats can back that statement up), I think he's a safe bet to be at least he a consistent 20 goal 50 point man. His best attribute is something that doesn't go away, so I believe that he'll be more able to maintain and sustain his success last year.
Management feels the same way, since at the deadline he could have been shipped for a first in that years draft and a quality prospect.