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10-23-2012, 12:22 PM
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Point projections for Canucks this year

Assuming there is a full season

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Considering we're starting a bit late, the games will be a bit closer together (tougher schedule for the Canucks with the travel), and also taking into account that none of our top players have signed with other teams (cept, like, Dale Weise) or have played a meaningful game of hockey since April...

I'd say the following:

Henrik Sedin: 20g 61a 82 games
Daniel Sedin: 30g 46a 77 games
Alex Burrows: 32g 29a in 80 games
Ryan Kesler: 25g 30a in 70 games
David Booth: 22G 27A in 70 games
Mason Raymond 17g 25a in 72 games
Chris Higgins: 20G 20A in 80 games
Zach Kassian: 14g 25a in 70 games
Jannik Hansen: 14g 20a in 82 games
Max Lapierre: 15g 10a 102PIM in 76 games
Andrew Ebbett: 10g 15A in 55 games
Nicklas Jensen: 14g 10a in 60 games
Dale Weise: 10g 10a 60PIM in 65 games
Steve Pinnizotto: 5g 10a 96PIM in 65 games
Aaron Volpatti: 3g 5A 76PIM in 60 games

Alex Edler: 9g 35a in 75 games
Dan Hamhuis: 10g 30a in 80 games
Kevin Bieksa: 10g 22a in 75 games
Jason Garrison 7g 20a in 70 games
Keith Ballard 7g 19a in 75 games
Chris Tanev 4g 15a in 70 games
Andrew Alberts 4g 10a in 45 games
Kevin Connauton: 1g 2a in 10 games

Corey Schneider: .922 sv%, 2.29GAA 40 wins 65GS
Eddie Lack: .918 sv%, 2.39 GAA, 10 wins. 17GS

I didn't really add everything up to make sure all roster spots are filled on average for every night, but this is my general prediction. I see a small step back for Schneider statistically as he takes the mantle of full-timer. Eddie Lack gets a decent number of starts as well, and he should be in good form as he'll have been playing in the AHL till then.

Same story with Kassian and Jensen, who jump into the team with warm legs and make a small but decent impact. Similar production comes from our big guys in the Sedins/Burrows, entering the season cold but always in shape. Kesler is coming off of an injury but still puts up a solid season as it rolls along.

The defense sees the addition of Garrison and becomes a little tougher. Nobody on defense puts up career seasons (except Tanev due to getting a full season under his belt) and a series of minor injuries throughout the year leaves Alberts getting time as a 7th defenseman and Connauton earning a few games as a call-up.

Overall this regular season will be remembered for the influx of newer talent (especially at forward) who make a small but important impact as the Canucks move forward as a team.


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10-23-2012, 02:54 PM
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Key players to watch:

Zach Kassian: A lock for a roster spot if he continues scoring in the AHL. Should get every opportunity to succeed as a pro as Gillis' pet project.

Nicklas Jensen: Been tearing it up in the goal-scoring department since the spring, and will have been playing against men for almost a year and is accustomed to the North American game from his time in junior. Will definitely be given a long look and will earn many extra starts through his defensive reliability and streaky scoring throughout the season.

Chris Higgins: On a contract year and coming into the season finally healthy off of that staph infection. Has put up very solid numbers since coming over from Florida and seems to really be taking his role with the Canucks seriously

Maxime Lapierre: Has responded to the criticism by posting his highest fighting-major total and highest PIM total while manning our bottom-six centre positions. Sticks up for his teammates when almost nobody else will (which is REALLY saying something for Lapierre, as you well know). Should have a lot of opportunity if we start the season without Kesler again.

Manny Malhotra: Forgot to include him in the above, but I think the team quickly realizes that Manny has lost a step and and allows him to gracefully retire a month or so into the season.

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Henrik Sedin: 13 G 65 A 78 Pts in 80 Games
Daniel Sedin: 34 G 40 A 74 Pts in 82 Games
Alex Burrows: 28 G 30 A 58 Pts in 76 Games
Ryan Kesler: 25 G 30 A 55Pts in 82 Games
David Booth: 20 G 28 A 48 Pts in 72 Games
Mason Raymond 15 G 15 A 30 Pts in 72 Games
Chris Higgins: 20 G 25 A 45 Pts in 82 Games
Zach Kassian: 15 G 20 A 35 pts in 68 Games
Jannik Hansen: 14 G 21 A 35 Pts in 80 Games
Max Lapierre: 10 G 20 A 30 Pts in 80 Games
Andrew Ebbett: 2 G 8 A 10 Pts in 30 Games
Dale Weise: 5 G 3 A 8 Pts in 62 Games
Manny Malhotra 7 G 10 A 17 Pts in 75 Games
Steve Pinnizotto: 1000 G 100 A 5000000 Pts in 2 million trillion Games
Aaron Volpatti: ? ? ?

Alex Edler: 13 G 40 A 43 Pts in 69 Games
Dan Hamhuis: 6 G 25 A 33 Pts in 80 Games
Kevin Bieksa: 9 G 32 A 41 Pts in 82 Games
Jason Garrison 15 G 28 A 43 Pts in 80 Games
Keith Ballard 5 G 10 A 15 Pts in 58 Games
Chris Tanev 2 G 8 A 10 Pts in 71 Games
Andrew Alberts 2 G 2 A 4 Pts in 38 Games


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*Assuming everyone plays a healthy season, except for those already injured, but just pro-rate it.

*Also assuming this is the roster used:
Sedin-Sedin-Burrows
Booth-Kesler(IR)-Kassian
Higgins-Schroeder-Hansen
Raymond-Lapierre-Weise

Hamhuis-Bieksa
Edler-Garrison
Ballard-Tanev

Schneider
Lack

D. Sedin 82-36-47-83
H. Sedin 82-15-67-82
Burrows 82-27-26-53
Booth 82-25-23-48
Kesler 50-15-19-34* *Assuming January 15th return to line-up
Kassian 82-19-24-43
Higgins 82-16-22-38
Schroeder 82-13-30-43
Hansen 82-14-18-32
Raymond 82-14-19-33
Lapierre 82-7-15-22
Weise 82-6-6-12
Malhotra 25-2-5-7 +1 D.B. Cooper impression
Hamhuis 82-6-28-34
Bieksa 82-9-27-36
Edler 82-10-41-51
Garrison 82-11-21-32
Ballard 81-3-14-17 (AV still sat him)
Tanev 82-1-13-14

Schneider 62 GP, 38-17-7, 2.14 GAA, 0.924 SV%, 5 SO
Lack 20 GP, 12-6-2, 2.39 GAA, 0.920 SV%, 1 SO

If my math is correct: 249 goals for, 181 goals against; sounds reasonable.

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Henrik Sedin: 14G 73A 87P
Daniel Sedin: 43G 51A 94P
Alex Burrows: 24G 27A 51P
Ryan Kesler: 21G 23A 46P* IR
David Booth: 19G 31A 50P
Chris Higgins: 22G 27A 49P
Zack Kassian: 18G 17A 35P
Max Lapierre: 14G 22A 36P
Jannik Hansen: 20G 25A 45P
Mason Raymond: 12G 10A 22P
Manny Malhotra: 6G 12A 18P
Dale Weise: 11G 7A 18P
Andrew Ebbett: 9G 12A 21P


Alex Edler: 14G 47A 61P
Jason Garrison: 15G 29A 44P
Kevin Bieksa: 7G 31A 38P
Dan Hamhuis: 6G 38A 42P
Chris Tanev: 4G 23A 27P
Keith Ballard: 6G 19A 25P
Andrew Alberts: 1G 8A 9P

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Henrik Sedin: 14G 73A 87P
Daniel Sedin: 43G 51A 94P
Alex Burrows: 24G 27A 51P
Ryan Kesler: 21G 23A 46P* IR
David Booth: 19G 31A 50P
Chris Higgins: 22G 27A 49P
Zack Kassian: 18G 17A 35P
Max Lapierre: 14G 22A 36P
Jannik Hansen: 20G 25A 45P
Mason Raymond: 12G 10A 22P
Manny Malhotra: 6G 12A 18P
Dale Weise: 11G 7A 18P
Andrew Ebbett: 9G 12A 21P


Alex Edler: 14G 47A 61P
Jason Garrison: 15G 29A 44P
Kevin Bieksa: 7G 31A 38P
Dan Hamhuis: 6G 38A 42P
Chris Tanev: 4G 23A 27P
Keith Ballard: 6G 19A 25P
Andrew Alberts: 1G 8A 9P
You think that team will score 286 goals next season?

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You think that team will score 286 goals next season?
Wouldn't that be nice.

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Wouldn't that be nice.
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You think that team will score 286 goals next season?
I didn't really calculate team totals, sorry.

I could easily take away 30 goals from our bottom-6 if I really wanted to.

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I didn't really calculate team totals, sorry.

I could easily take away 30 goals from our bottom-6 if I really wanted to.
I think you could remove several goals from bottom 6 forwards. I don't see Higgins scoring 22, nor do I see Kassian approaching 20, and I don't see the Sedins scoring that much again either.

Ill come up with my projections when I'm on a desktop.

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Personally I think scoring in the West will go up again next season. I wouldn't be surprised to see the Sedins on top again.

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I think you could remove several goals from bottom 6 forwards. I don't see Higgins scoring 22, nor do I see Kassian approaching 20, and I don't see the Sedins scoring that much again either.

Ill come up with my projections when I'm on a desktop.
I could see Higgins being a key part of our 2nd PP unit, and Kassian could potentially be a PP guy in front of the net depending on how things go with Booth and Higgins on our 2nd PP unit. That's why I'm giving them so many goals.

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And who says the Sedins can't reach a PPG season again?

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Henrik Sedin: 13 G 65 A 78 Pts in 80 Games
Daniel Sedin: 34 G 40 A 74 Pts in 82 Games
Alex Burrows: 28 G 30 A 58 Pts in 76 Games
Ryan Kesler: 25 G 30 A 55Pts in 82 Games
David Booth: 20 G 28 A 48 Pts in 72 Games
Mason Raymond 15 G 15 A 30 Pts in 72 Games
Chris Higgins: 20 G 25 A 45 Pts in 82 Games
Zach Kassian: 15 G 20 A 35 pts in 68 Games
Jannik Hansen: 14 G 21 A 35 Pts in 80 Games
Max Lapierre: 10 G 20 A 30 Pts in 80 Games
Andrew Ebbett: 2 G 8 A 10 Pts in 30 Games
Dale Weise: 5 G 3 A 8 Pts in 62 Games
Manny Malhotra 7 G 10 A 17 Pts in 75 Games
Steve Pinnizotto: 1000 G 100 A 5000000 Pts in 2 million trillion Games
Aaron Volpatti: ? ? ?

Alex Edler: 13 G 40 A 43 Pts in 69 Games
Dan Hamhuis: 6 G 25 A 33 Pts in 80 Games
Kevin Bieksa: 9 G 32 A 41 Pts in 82 Games
Jason Garrison 15 G 28 A 43 Pts in 80 Games
Keith Ballard 5 G 10 A 15 Pts in 58 Games
Chris Tanev 2 G 8 A 10 Pts in 71 Games
Andrew Alberts 2 G 2 A 4 Pts in 38 Games
What?!

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Initially i had both Sedins at ppg, but then i realized Pinnizzotto needed more points; so, i gave those to him

or if u r just referring to Pinnizzotto, lets just say, ima big fan of his name


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I think that Sedins days of dominant scoring is over, but they are more well-rounded in the sense I think their very good play will start to carry over to the playoffs. I think game 4 and 5 vs LA scratched that surface.

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What?!
What are we looking at?

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I believe the Sedins have one more season of offensive force.

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What are we looking at?
Henrik has never missed a single game since the lockout.

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Henrik has never missed a single game since the lockout.
He only gets 80 game + misses 2 games b.c Pinnizotto took his job. His point total speaks for itself

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Henrik Sedin: 17g 73a 82 games
Daniel Sedin: 42g 51a 82 games
Alex Burrows: 20g 34a in 74 games
Zach Kassian: 20g 30a in 80 games
Ryan Kesler: 20g 36a in 60 games
David Booth: 27g 31a in 75 games
Chris Higgins: 14g 28a in 60 games
Jannik Hansen: 14g 20a in 82 games
Tyler Bozak: 10g 28a in 77 games
Mason Raymond: 7g 18a in 72 games
Max Lapierre: 7g 16a in 76 games
Manny Malhotra: 4g 12a in 65 games
Dale Weise: 5g 10a in 60 games
Steve Pinnizotto: 4g 12a in 50 games
Aaron Volpatti: 1g 5a in 35 games

Alex Edler: 8g 43a in 79 games
Kevin Bieksa: 5g 28a in 70 games
Dan Hamhuis: 3g 26a in 76 games
Jason Garrison: 15g 19a in 66 games
Keith Ballard: 5g 14a in 75 games
Chris Tanev: 2g 16a in 80 games
Kevin Connauton: 4g 7a in 25 games
Andrew Alberts: 0g 7a in 17 games

Bold Predictions: Canucks trade Luongo For Tyler Bozak + prospects. Tyler/Higgins/Kassian get top 6 minutes while Kesler is out.

Kassian ends up in the top six with him and Burrows switching between the Sedins and Kesler/Booth

Higgins/Bozak/Hansen develops into a steady 3rd line

Raymond get puts on the 4th with Lappy + whoever else

Connauton plays 10 early and gets called up late in the season and into the playoffs.

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And who says the Sedins can't reach a PPG season again?
Same argument can be said for who says they can.

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Henrik Sedin: 17g 73a 82 games
Daniel Sedin: 42g 51a 82 games
Alex Burrows: 20g 34a in 74 games
Zach Kassian: 20g 30a in 80 games
Ryan Kesler: 20g 36a in 60 games
David Booth: 27g 31a in 75 games
Chris Higgins: 14g 28a in 60 games
Jannik Hansen: 14g 20a in 82 games
Tyler Bozak: 10g 28a in 77 games
Mason Raymond: 7g 18a in 72 games
Max Lapierre: 7g 16a in 76 games
Manny Malhotra: 4g 12a in 65 games
Dale Weise: 5g 10a in 60 games
Steve Pinnizotto: 4g 12a in 50 games
Aaron Volpatti: 1g 5a in 35 games

Alex Edler: 8g 43a in 79 games
Kevin Bieksa: 5g 28a in 70 games
Dan Hamhuis: 3g 26a in 76 games
Jason Garrison: 15g 19a in 66 games
Keith Ballard: 5g 14a in 75 games
Chris Tanev: 2g 16a in 80 games
Kevin Connauton: 4g 7a in 25 games
Andrew Alberts: 0g 7a in 17 games

Bold Predictions: Canucks trade Luongo For Tyler Bozak + prospects. Tyler/Higgins/Kassian get top 6 minutes while Kesler is out.

Kassian ends up in the top six with him and Burrows switching between the Sedins and Kesler/Booth

Higgins/Bozak/Hansen develops into a steady 3rd line

Raymond get puts on the 4th with Lappy + whoever else

Connauton plays 10 early and gets called up late in the season and into the playoffs.
If David Booth gets the 2nd most goals on our team....Burrows' Goal-assist ratio looka bit off imo. And why would we move both Higgins and Bozak out of position instead of keeping Bozak at centre and Higgins at wing?

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If David Booth gets the 2nd most goals on our team....Burrows' Goal-assist ratio looka bit off imo. And why would we move both Higgins and Bozak out of position instead of keeping Bozak at centre and Higgins at wing?
I'm probably a little overly hopeful for Booth but I think he has it in him. And looking back at it Burrows would probably have more goals and less assists realistically but if he spends significant time with Kesler and Booth he's gonna have to be more of a playmaker.That first thing with Tyler/Higgins/Kassian wasn't supposed to represent a line combo, sorry for the confusion.

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