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Filip Forsberg, Max Domi and Scott Laughton

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02-04-2014, 04:51 PM
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Filip Forsberg, Max Domi and Scott Laughton

how is he progressing and when can we expect them in the NHL?

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Domi hopefully next year. I am basing this purely off of how long he stayed in Phoenix' camp this past year.

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I would assume Laughton to be first call up next year for the if he doesn't make the team out of camp.

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To Laughton, he does very well in the OHL with 64 points in 39 games. Despite his good numbers he is the captain and a very good two way player. Remember, he also captained team canada at the wjc.

For the next year I expect Laughton centering the 4th line with some PK time. Similar way like M. Richards. He is also compared to him very often

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Domi will likely be a full time coyote next season. He was the last cut in this years camp. He's going to score 100pts in the OHL this season.

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Long-term I'd rank them as follows:

1. Forsberg
2. Domi
3. Laughton

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Long-term I'd rank them as follows:

1. Forsberg
2. Domi
3. Laughton
I agree...the caveat being i have zero confidence that Trotz will develop any forward properly.

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The question is will Domi still be a dynamic offensive player once he's in Phoenix or will Dave Tippet beat out offensive creativity out of him? I can't seem to recall the last dynamic offensive player developed by Phoenix

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02-07-2014, 07:18 AM
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To Laughton, he does very well in the OHL with 64 points in 39 games. Despite his good numbers he is the captain and a very good two way player. Remember, he also captained team canada at the wjc.

For the next year I expect Laughton centering the 4th line with some PK time. Similar way like M. Richards. He is also compared to him very often
Just wanted to point out that Josh Brown is the captain of the Generals last time I checked.

He will be in the NHL next season, no doubt about it. The only thing holding him back in terms of potential vs Forsberg and Domi is that he wont have the same chances to reach that potential

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I know this is not a comparison but in terms of potential I would rank them:
1. Forsberg
2. Domi
3. Laughton

But I think Laughton has the best chance of reaching his full potential.

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Just wanted to point out that Josh Brown is the captain of the Generals last time I checked.

He will be in the NHL next season, no doubt about it. The only thing holding him back in terms of potential vs Forsberg and Domi is that he wont have the same chances to reach that potential
This is correct. Domi and Forsberg will be given offensive roles. Most likely, Laughton will not because the Flyers have more offensive weapons to choose from than the Preds/Yotes.

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Domi will likely be in the NHL next year. Laughton might be, but I don't think he'll see significant time, I think it's more likely he spends his first year outside of junior going in between the AHL (and if he produces) the NHL.

No idea about Forsberg.

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