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07-16-2013, 11:37 AM
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The kid needs to get healthy. I dont think anyone knows what his potential is, when healthy
His first 35 odd games as a rookie before getting injured were very special. It makes me sad to think injuries could keep this kid from showing the NHL world just how good he really can be.

We've seen it, more than a glimpse, the kid can be on another level.

60gp 14g 37a 51p

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07-16-2013, 01:29 PM
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Trying to be conservative here

Hall 45G 65A 110P
Yakko 59G 42A 101P
Nuge 24G 72A 96P
Eberle 41G 51A 92P
Schultz 21G 66A 87P
Gagner 33G 49A 82P
Perron 28G 44A 72P
Petry 9G 41A 49P
Hemsky 14G 34A 48P
Gordon 10G 22A 32P
Dubnyk 0G 12A 12P

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07-16-2013, 01:35 PM
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Trying to be conservative here

Hall 45G 65A 110P
Yakko 59G 42A 101P
Nuge 24G 72A 96P
Eberle 41G 51A 92P
Schultz 21G 66A 87P
Gagner 33G 49A 82P
Perron 28G 44A 72P
Petry 9G 41A 49P
Hemsky 14G 34A 48P
Gordon 10G 22A 32P
Dubnyk 0G 12A 12P
Totally believed you until you said Gagner would get more than 50 points. For shame.

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07-16-2013, 01:36 PM
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Trying to be conservative here

Hall 45G 65A 110P
Yakko 59G 42A 101P
Nuge 24G 72A 96P
Eberle 41G 51A 92P
Schultz 21G 66A 87P
Gagner 33G 49A 82P
Perron 28G 44A 72P
Petry 9G 41A 49P
Hemsky 14G 34A 48P
Gordon 10G 22A 32P
Dubnyk 0G 12A 12P
I would sure hope so, like c'mon, Yak will get at least 75 goals.

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07-16-2013, 01:43 PM
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I would sure hope so, like c'mon, Yak will get at least 75 goals.
Well, yeah, but I don't want to be called a homer.

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07-16-2013, 01:55 PM
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Its so hard to say next year what his production will be.

I still believe he will hit 100+ points in his career... But he is only 19. lol.

Next year I expect he will be a 0.8-0.9 ppg player. I think with injuries and how much more difficult it is to play center in the NHL he won't break out for another couple years.

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07-16-2013, 03:29 PM
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His first 35 odd games as a rookie before getting injured were very special. It makes me sad to think injuries could keep this kid from showing the NHL world just how good he really can be.

We've seen it, more than a glimpse, the kid can be on another level.

60gp 14g 37a 51p
I think our definition of "glimpse" and "potential" are different.

His WHL and WJC resume have shown us he's an elite talent that can outperform guys in his age category. His NHL resume has shown us he's not big or strong enough to play extended periods with grown men.

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07-16-2013, 03:56 PM
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I'm gonna say he goes 73GP - 23G - 45A - 68Pts.

With an improved defense I think the Oilers top 2 lines will play more in the offensive zone this year which should help everybody's stat lines.

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07-16-2013, 04:28 PM
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I think he will follow a similar path as Hall. I recall at the end of of last year every one was down about Hall. That he was to injury prone, his balance was bad, not elite hockey sense ect ect... This year he took a big leap forward. I think nuge will do the same this year. clearly the kid has elite hockey sense, so far he has been banged up, warn down a bit, but I think he will muscle up a bit and come back healthy this year. He will be elite and consistent for a full season..

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His first 35 odd games as a rookie before getting injured were very special. It makes me sad to think injuries could keep this kid from showing the NHL world just how good he really can be.

We've seen it, more than a glimpse, the kid can be on another level.

60gp 14g 37a 51p
This is reasonable. It doesn't reflect his highest upside. But coming off of a shoulder injury takes time. I think he'll start getting his grove back after the Christmas break. But in the mean time he will again improve his two way play while his shot gets back on track.

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I'm gonna say he goes 73GP - 23G - 45A - 68Pts.

With an improved defense I think the Oilers top 2 lines will play more in the offensive zone this year which should help everybody's stat lines.
Yeah, I think the RNH, Hall, and Ebs are all going to be around 60 points, with Hall potentially getting to 70.

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07-16-2013, 07:02 PM
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70 GP - 15 G - 43 A - 58 Pts.
This is about what I'm thinking to be realistic. Or same points in more games.

Edit: but of course his surgery recovery will keep him out at least a month right?

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07-16-2013, 09:11 PM
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I think we can all agree that if Hall stays healthy, he's hitting 90-95 points.

That will be a treat to watch.

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07-16-2013, 09:24 PM
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Yeah, I think the RNH, Hall, and Ebs are all going to be around 60 points, with Hall potentially getting to 70.
I think that's pretty much guaranteed

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I would sure hope so, like c'mon, Yak will get at least 75 goals.
I want to give a shout out to Bill Swerski's superfans and say Nail will score 342 goals next season, and immediately be elevated beyond superstar status and referred to as intergalactic star (the only star not located with in a galaxy).

he will on average get 20 breakaways a game

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07-16-2013, 10:52 PM
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I think we can all agree that if Hall stays healthy, he's hitting 90-95 points.

That will be a treat to watch.
I can't agree with that. Think 190+ points.

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I know people are being sarcastic but I honestly think Yak, RNH and Hall are going to be elite players within a couple years, could very well see 2-3 players score 40 goals at some point (Ebs, Hall and Yak), maybe 1-2 flirting with 100 points.

Not saying they're going to be elite next season or anything, but they're going to get there in a few years.

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I don't like to jump the gun and make predictions, but I can't wait until RNH emerges as an elite no.1 centre. He is now getting the same level of criticism that Hall was getting prior to this past season.

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07-17-2013, 01:53 AM
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I think we can all agree that if Hall stays healthy, he's hitting 90-95 points.

That will be a treat to watch.
I don't think so...80-85pts sounds reasonable

90 points is really hard to obtain in today's NHL

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I don't think so...80-85pts sounds reasonable

90 points is really hard to obtain in today's NHL
I think he can Hall plays every shift like its his last and will be very consistant in his career , and I would not bet against him cracking 100 points in a couple seasons either. If Giroux and Perry Getzlaf can hit 90 points so can Hall

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70 games 17 goals 45 assists 62 points. RNH played the toughest competition last year as a second year 1st line center and handled it nicely defensively. He made huge strides.

He was shooting at a extremely low rate due to a bummed shoulder.And was feeding the puck to a guy with a broken finger. Coming back healthy next year, well see him like we did in his rookie year, a 20 year old player who looks like a seasoned vet.

Very special player in RNH, a rare breed of player. One of the highest hockey IQs in the NHL, just waiting for the body to catch up

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70 games 17 goals 45 assists 62 points. RNH played the toughest competition last year as a second year 1st line center and handled it nicely defensively. He made huge strides.

He was shooting at a extremely low rate due to a bummed shoulder.And was feeding the puck to a guy with a broken finger. Coming back healthy next year, well see him like we did in his rookie year, a 20 year old player who looks like a seasoned vet.

Very special player in RNH, a rare breed of player. One of the highest hockey IQs in the NHL, just waiting for the body to catch up
Nice assessment. So who had the broken finger, didn't hear about that, Eberle?

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RNH will be 45% on the dot, maybe 60-65 points and highest +/- on the team. He'll show Gagner why he's better (a guy at my work is convinced Gagner is much better between the two).

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