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Jerry D'Amigo - 1st star in first three playoff games.

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04-24-2012, 11:35 AM
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It is strange.

US National Developmental Program
NCAA (R.P.I.)
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OHL (Kitchener Rangers)
AHL (Toronto Marlies)

He tore up the OHL.

Also did very well on Team USA and was rookie of the year in his conference in college.
I'm kind of with you on this - to me the path wasn't so strange, as were the circumstances. There were articles with his family saying he left RPI to play professional hockey, and was kind of miffed to be going to the OHL. But he perservered and came back to have a decent AHL season.

On a semantic point, though, I wouldn't call slightly over point/game in the OHL (after you draft year) as 'tearing it up.'

He's done better in the A than I expected him, too. I'm still not as sold on his long-term NHL potential, but he's proved me wrong already once!

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D'Amigo looks like he's hitting his stride. Leafs have a nice one there.

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On a semantic point, though, I wouldn't call slightly over point/game in the OHL (after you draft year) as 'tearing it up.' !
If you pro-rate his totals in the OHL over a full season, he's at around 40 goals and 90 points. That's pretty darn good.

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If you're looking for prospects who are dominating, look no further than Charlie Coyle and Zack Phillips on the Saint John Sea Dogs.

Both Wild prospects, Coyle has 11 goals and 13 assists in 10 games, Phillips has 6 goals 17 assists in 10 games.

Sea Dogs are 10-0 in the playoffs so far.

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If you're looking for prospects who are dominating, look no further than Charlie Coyle and Zack Phillips on the Saint John Sea Dogs.

Both Wild prospects, Coyle has 11 goals and 13 assists in 10 games, Phillips has 6 goals 17 assists in 10 games.

Sea Dogs are 10-0 in the playoffs so far.
Wow....

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If you're looking for prospects who are dominating, look no further than Charlie Coyle and Zack Phillips on the Saint John Sea Dogs.

Both Wild prospects, Coyle has 11 goals and 13 assists in 10 games, Phillips has 6 goals 17 assists in 10 games.

Sea Dogs are 10-0 in the playoffs so far.
Let's keep these in perspective. The first 2 rounds were a cake walk for the best team in the CHL. Not saying it's meaningless but it's impossible to read much in to it.

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If you pro-rate his totals in the OHL over a full season, he's at around 40 goals and 90 points. That's pretty darn good.
No, for sure. And, I'm not trying to take anything away from D'Amigo's season. Exciting prospect for a late round pick to develop into. Was just pointing out that he was two years over his draft year at that point and expected to put up more than point/game. For me, Kane and Huberdeau ripped up the NHL - D'Amigo was right where you would want to see him for where he projects.

Over a pro-rated season:

E. Lindros 1992 (draft age +1): 162 [1/2 games D'Amigo played, though]

J. Huberdeau 2012 (draft age +1): 132 points

K. Wellwood 2002 (draft age +1): 95
J. D'Amigo 2011 (draft age +2): 91 points
N. Foligno 2007 (draft age +1): 91 points

Chris Neil 1999 (draft age+1): 74 points

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