Assuming there's a full season and that he either plays the full season or we're prorating his production over a full 82 games, I see him getting 70-74 points. If we have to predict an exact breakdown, I'll go with:
22 G, 50 A, 72 PTS
I don't expect he'll keep up his peak production from last season over a full year, that'd just be unreasonable, but I do expect he'll avoid the long stretch of unproductive play that plagued him throughout the first 20 games or so. The confidence he found in the second half is here to stay IMO. Not only is he the undisputed first-line RW, we don't even have a legit second-line RW. Thus, there's no point predicting if he'll play on a line with Little or Jokinen, IMO - although I'd like to see him tried out with Jokinen first - he'll be paired with whoever is producing at the time and given every opportunity to put up offensive numbers.
Will depend on usage an linemates. A full year with Olli and Kane would probably net him more points than another year with LL.
50 - 60 assists is a lot guys. His 47 assists last year had him tied with Zetterberg and withing two apples of Getzlaf, Datsyuk, Hossa and St. Louis. If he reaches 50-60, he will be big time and probably an allstar.
Went with 64-69 but I expect him to fall anywhere between 60-70 points. As Jet said, I think the light went on for Blake last year and he really took a step forward and figured out what he had to do to be "the guy". Don't forget, even with his slump to start the year, it was his first full season in terms of getting that legitimate ice time and being a heavily relied upon forward, so he certainly went through an adjustment period to start the year and a big learning curve.
I feel pretty confident in Blake Wheeler, I think we see 60-70 points from him. I think his assists may take a bit of a dip, and his goals may go up a bit. I'll project 25-30 goals, 35-40 assists, give or take.