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07-10-2012, 05:13 PM
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Realistic Career Projections for Habs Prospects

Hey everyone.

I have been trying to piece together and determine, what are realistic career projections for some of our prospects? And what is a good NHL comparable?

Let's see, I'll start:

Alex Galchenyuk - No.1 two-way centre, 70 + points, Jonathan Toews

Nathan Beaulieu - Top Pair Offensive D-man, 45-65 points, Mike Green/Dan Boyle?

Sebastian Collberg - Top Line Sniper, 65 + points, Bobby Ryan?

Jarred Tinordi - Top 4 Defensive D-man, 20-30 points, Tyler Myers?

I'll let you guys do the rest and/or build on mine.


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07-10-2012, 05:15 PM
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So you're saying all our prospects will become superstar 1st liners and potential elite defensemen? Quite realistic indeed.

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So you're saying all our prospects will become superstar 1st liners and potential elite defensemen? Quite realistic indeed.
Yep, as realistic as it gets. What did you expect with the title though?

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07-10-2012, 05:18 PM
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So you're saying all our prospects will become superstar 1st liners and potential elite defensemen? Quite realistic indeed.
Beaulieu: Bottom pairing D, 2nd PP wave
Tinordi: The next O'Byrne
Galchenyuk: 3rd line center
Collberg: Talented player who can't score more than 50 points in any given season.



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Collberg & Bobby Ryan just doesn't seem right.

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Collberg & Bobby Ryan just doesn't seem right.
Probably because Ryan is 6'2, 215 lbs and Collberg is nowhere close.

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Probably because Ryan is 6'2, 215 lbs and Collberg is nowhere close.
Yeah. I was trying to find a comparison but could not (Asides the Famous Alfredson as per Timmins)

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Galchenyuk: 70 pts+ two way centre, perennial All Star

Collberg: Perennial 25-30 goal scorer

Beaulieu: 4/5th offensive defenceman

Tinordi: Top pairing stay at home defenceman

Leblanc: Top 6 two way forward with character 45-50 pts/year

Gallagher: Feisty and determined 35/40 pts forward.

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lmao awesome....five cups in a row!!!

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I know my predictions are a bit ambitious, but Beaulieu as a 4/5 defenseman doesn't seem right...

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I know my predictions are a bit ambitious, but Beaulieu as a 4/5 defenseman doesn't seem right...
He needs to drastically improve his effort in the defensive zone in order to become something more than a PP QB at the NHL level. He has the talent.

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Ok, I'll try

Galchenyuk : 75-85 pts two way center, 1st line, 1st PP

Beaulieu : 35-45 pts PMD , 1st PP, 2nd pair

Tinordi : 10-15 pts Shutdown D, 1st PK, 2nd-3rd pair

Gallagher : 40-50 pts , 20 goalscorer, top 9

Bournival : 20-30 pts, 3rd/4th line center, 1st PK

Ellis : 15-20 pts, 3rd pair, 2nd PK

Collberg : 45-60 pts , 20-25 goalscorer, top 6, 2nd PP

The other one still can surprise like Thrower, Bozon,Vail but I think guys like Kristo will not make it.

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Hey everyone.

I have been trying to piece together and determine, what are realistic career projections for some of our prospects? And what is a good NHL comparable?

Let's see, I'll start:

Alex Galchenyuk - No.1 two-way centre, 70 + points, Jonathan Toews

Nathan Beaulieu - Top Pair Offensive D-man, 45-65 points, Mike Green/Dan Boyle?

Sebastian Collberg - Top Line Sniper, 65 + points, Bobby Ryan?

Jarred Tinordi - Top 4 Defensive D-man, 20-30 points, Tyler Myers?

I'll let you guys do the rest and/or build on mine.

is that a joke? I'm being honest there....

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Beaulieu: Bottom pairing D, 2nd PP wave
Tinordi: The next O'Byrne
Galchenyuk: 3rd line center
Collberg: Talented player who can't score more than 50 points in any given season.


Honestly none of that would surprise me.

Except Galchenyuk

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Galchenyuk: 75-80 pts, #1 center, two-way forward

Tinordi: 15 pts, #4 stay-at-home defenseman, leader and great penalty killer that will lack offensive abilities

Beaulieu: 30-45 pts, #4 PP QB, good puck mover but weak in the defensive zone

Gallagher: 55 pts, 2nd line forward, brings energy and skills

Ellis: 20 pts, #4-5 defenseman, can play PK, heart and soul player

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Hey everyone.

I have been trying to piece together and determine, what are realistic career projections for some of our prospects? And what is a good NHL comparable?

Let's see, I'll start:

Alex Galchenyuk - No.1 two-way centre, 70 + points, Jonathan Toews

Nathan Beaulieu - Top Pair Offensive D-man, 45-65 points, Mike Green/Dan Boyle?

Sebastian Collberg - Top Line Sniper, 65 + points, Bobby Ryan?

Jarred Tinordi - Top 4 Defensive D-man, 20-30 points, Tyler Myers?

I'll let you guys do the rest and/or build on mine.

I really hope you're right. I do see Galchenyuk becoming a number one center and a very good one at that. Kids got unreal skills and vision. Collberg prediction seems reasonable, maybe a bit weaker than that but not too much. Predictions for Tinordi and Beaulieu seem to be a stretch but hey, we can all dream can't we?

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Gallagher: 55 pts, 2nd line forward, brings energy and skills

50-60 points makes you a first line player, just FYI.

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Alex Galchenyuk - Hall Of Fame No.1 two-way centre, 90 + points, A Bigger Saku Koivu

Nathan Beaulieu - Top Pair Offensive D-man, 45-75 points, Patrice Brisebois

Sebastian Collberg - Hall Of Fame Top Line Sniper, 65 + goals, Guy Lafleur

Jarred Tinordi - Hall Of Fame Top 4 Defensive D-man, 45 points, Larry Robinson

Brendan Gallagher - Hall of Fame Top Line Winger, 150 points, Brendan Gallagher

Morgan Ellis - Top 4 Defensive D-man, 20-30 points, Morgan Reilly

Danny Kristo - 2nd line RW, 50 points, Rich Peverley

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Alex Galchenyuk - Hall Of Fame No.1 two-way centre, 90 + points, A Bigger Saku Koivu

Nathan Beaulieu - Top Pair Offensive D-man, 45-75 points, Patrice Brisebois

Sebastian Collberg - Hall Of Fame Top Line Sniper, 65 + goals, Guy Lafleur

Jarred Tinordi - Hall Of Fame Top 4 Defensive D-man, 45 points, Larry Robinson

Brendan Gallagher - Hall of Fame Top Line Winger, 150 points, Brendan Gallagher

Morgan Ellis - Top 4 Defensive D-man, 20-30 points, Morgan Reilly

Danny Kristo - 2nd line RW, 50 points, Rich Peverley
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Alex Galchenyuk - Hall Of Fame No.1 two-way centre, 90 + points, A Bigger Saku Koivu

Nathan Beaulieu - Top Pair Offensive D-man, 45-75 points, Patrice Brisebois

Sebastian Collberg - Hall Of Fame Top Line Sniper, 65 + goals, Guy Lafleur

Jarred Tinordi - Hall Of Fame Top 4 Defensive D-man, 45 points, Larry Robinson

Brendan Gallagher - Hall of Fame Top Line Winger, 150 points, Brendan Gallagher

Morgan Ellis - Top 4 Defensive D-man, 20-30 points, Morgan Reilly

Danny Kristo - 2nd line RW, 50 points, Rich Peverley
A team of Hall of Famers

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He needs to drastically improve his effort in the defensive zone in order to become something more than a PP QB at the NHL level. He has the talent.
Couldn't disagree more, he's not without faults, but Beaulieu is the type of dman who becomes a regular by 22-23 yrs old, he's a gem, his talent level is well ahead of most of peers, his defensive deficiencies are overstated and usually echoed by those who seen him play in the memorial cup and nothing else. Three - 4games and people are experts ard here

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Realistic predictions on our prospect (trying to not let the fan speak)

Galchenyuk: 80pts+ 1st line center. Mix of Toews and Ron Francis

Tinordi: 10-15pts, #4-5-6 stay-at-home d. Hall Gill with a bit more mobility

Beaulieu: 30pts, #5,6 pp specialist. Hope I'm wrong on him...

Gallagher: 40-50 pts, 2nd line forward, Gionta 2.0

Ellis: 20 pts, #4-5-6 Georges 2.0

Leblanc: 50 pts 2nd liner , good PK'er, character. Mike Richards (got hopes for the kid)

Collberg: 25-30g scorer on Gally's wing. Speedy winger Poor man's Little Viking

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Galchenyuk: 70 pts+ two way centre, perennial All Star

Collberg: Perennial 25-30 goal scorer

Beaulieu: 4/5th offensive defenceman

Tinordi: Top pairing stay at home defenceman

Leblanc: Top 6 two way forward with character 45-50 pts/year

Gallagher: Feisty and determined 35/40 pts forward.

I doubt Gallagher only becomes a 35/40 point man, he has the potential to be a first line player, and he has more offensif upside than leblanc ..

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Nathan Beaulieu = Kevin Bieksa
Galchenyuk = Spezza
Tinordi = Jeff Schultz
Collberg = Patrick Kane

What do I know? Nothing, so I'm just throwing **** at the wall.

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