I wonder what would a realistic point expectations for him next season in NHL. I'm guessing something like 15+30=45.
Depends alot how his team plays, i think he does about 60 points in his rookie season, about 20+40ish. You have to remember that he is no Mikko Koivu that plays like the 3rd defender at times, he is pure offensive player though he helps the team also in own zone but not like Koivu.
You have to remember Granlund is quite a developed player for a rookie after playing three seasons in a professional league. Therefore I can see him putting up Kane or RNH-like numbers. If he stays healthy and plays a full season I'd estimate his production to be about 20+50 = 70. This sounds high and I wouldn't be disappointed if he ends up with 60 points or so. I just can't see him getting much less than that as he will get top 6 minutes and quality powerplay time.
If he scores less than 60 pts i'm disappointed, 60pts is ok but 70pts is reachable. He gets 40pts alone at PP where he is superb. Not suprised if he hits +70pts. I know those numbers looks scary high but last spring he was much better than Mikko Koivu at offense. Now he is far ahead Mikko Koivu offensively. Granlund is now much better player than in WC last spring. He has still developed with huge leaps.