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08-15-2014, 05:57 PM
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I don't think it's expecting too much to say that Taylor Hall with score 160+ points.


/sly wink.

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08-15-2014, 06:24 PM
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I don't think it's expecting too much to say that Taylor Hall with score 160+ points.


/sly wink.
Honest question, who was the last player to score 160?
Gretzky? Lemieux?
I think Jagr and Yzerman only maxed out around 150 points.

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08-15-2014, 11:37 PM
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wow. very some very low predictions for Yakupov.
I'm going to be optimistic and say he gets at least 55 points this year.
sadly with Eakins as the coach... I don't see it

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08-15-2014, 11:41 PM
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Honest question, who was the last player to score 160?
Gretzky? Lemieux?
I think Jagr and Yzerman only maxed out around 150 points.
Lemieux 95/96 got 161

Most Jagr ever got was 149 in 95/96
Most Yzerman ever got was 155 in 88/89

Joe Thorton hit 125 points in 05/06 is the most since 2000

Gretzky and Lemieux are the only players ever to get over 160 points, Yzerman's 155 would be the highest if you exclude those 2

-only 5 guys have ever hit 150 even
Gretzky 215, 212, 208, 205, 196, 183, 168, 164, 163
Lemieux 199, 168, 161, 160
Yzerman 155
Esposito 152
Nichols (surprising) 150

140+ is only an additional 4: Jagr, Bossy, Lafontaine, Oates

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08-16-2014, 12:28 AM
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I am feeling optimistic tonight so why not a silly, pie in the sky prediction.

Taylor Hall: 35G + 55A = 90
Jordan Eberle: 31G + 40A = 71
RNH: 22G + 60A = 82
Perron: 26G + 31A = 57
Yakupov: 30G + 32 = 62
Purcell: 14G + 22A = 36
Pouliot: 13G + 18A = 31
Gordon: 9G + 12A = 21
Arcobello: 8G + 25A = 33 (Assuming he plays full season in the NHL)
Gazdic: 4G + 3A = 7
Hendricks: 7G + 9A = 16
Draistal: 16G + 32A = 48 (plays full season in NHL)

Nikitin: 7G + 17A = 24
Fayne: 4G + 13A = 17
Schultz: 16G + 33A = 49
Ference: 4G + 11A = 15
Petry: 8G + 17A = 25
Marincin: 4G + 14A = 18
Aultie: 1G + 2A = 3[/QUOTE]

Oilers finish top 5 in the league in scoring(259GF) and make the playoffs

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08-16-2014, 05:44 AM
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Hall 51G-47A-98pts

RNH 23G-71A-94pts

Eberle 32G-42A-74pts

Perron 25G-25A-50pts

Yakupov 30G-20A-50pts

LD 15G-32A-47pts

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08-16-2014, 09:46 AM
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I'll predict Eberle and RNH lead the team. Hall will be the best LW in the league while the Big D and Yak move up some fantasy pools. We'll win 7-9 more games. I expect a playoff push this year.

Taylor Hall: 70
Jordan Eberle: 80
RNH: 80
Perron: 55
Yakupov: 65
Purcell: 40
Pouliot: 40
Gordon: 25
Arcobello: 20
Gazdic: 10
Hendricks: 10
Draistal: 50

Nikitin: 45
Fayne: 30
Schultz: 40
Ference: 25
Petry: 35
Marincin: 20
Aulie: 10

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Honest question, who was the last player to score 160?
Gretzky? Lemieux?
I think Jagr and Yzerman only maxed out around 150 points.
Me was joke! Laugh time commence.

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08-16-2014, 12:21 PM
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Given the fact that we have way more players capable to playing competent minutes, I'm optimistic about our point totals, but it's not like I think we're making it to the playoffs. I predict we'll draft 10th-12th.

Hall will have a career year.
Hopkins and Eberle will have over 70 points.
Yakupov will get 60.
Perron will have similar totals to last year.
Purcell will have over and LD will have over 50 points.
Pouliot will net around 30ish.

I don't want to predict the point totals for the d-men.

If Justin Schultz is blowing chunks then I predict that Fayne will get over played and he'll end up getting more points than I'd initially expect. I expect Petry to have a career year because Fayne and Nikitin will be playing a lot more of the difficult shutdown minutes if everything goes to plan.

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08-17-2014, 08:42 PM
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outside perspective who watches about 25ish oiler games a year because of sn/cbc/tsn
Taylor Hall: 88
Jordan Eberle: 64
RNH: 65
Perron: 56
Yakupov: 54
Purcell: 36
Pouliot: 34
Gordon: 24
Arcobello: 29
Gazdic: 7
Hendricks: 18
Draisaitl: 46

Nikitin: 28
Fayne: 20
Schultz: 34
Ference: 21
Petry: 24
Marincin: 22
Aulie: 8

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08-17-2014, 09:39 PM
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If this is finally the year when we explode and get to the playoffs:

(assuming all the players play 82gp)

Hall 39+58=97
RNH 22+50=72
Eberle 33+36=69

Perron 27+31=58
Arco 10+22=32
Yak 20+18=38

Pouliot 14+14=28
Leon 12+30=42
Purcell 14+28=42

Hendricks 6+2=8
Gordon 5+11=16
Gazdic 2+1=3

Nikitin 7+11=18
Fayne 3+8=11

Marincin 4+12=16
Petry 5+15=20

Ference 2+7=9
Schultz 12+35=47

GF: 237 (8th in the NHL in 13/14)

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08-17-2014, 10:10 PM
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If this is finally the year when we explode and get to the playoffs:

(assuming all the players play 82gp)



Perron 27+31=58
Arco 10+22=32
Yak 20+18=38

Pouliot 14+14=28
Leon 12+30=42
Purcell 14+28=42

GF: 237 (8th in the NHL in 13/14)
why do you have Yak only getting 38 points, and why do you have Purcell outscoring him?
you really think that is likely?

I respectfully think that's not going to happen, by any means.

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why do you have Yak only getting 38 points, and why do you have Purcell outscoring him?
you really think that is likely?

I respectfully think that's not going to happen, by any means.
IMO I can easily see Eakins mishandling Yak. I don't think he is going to see much time on PP.

If I had to guess the PPs:

Eberle - RNH - Hall
Nikitin - Schultz

Perron - Purcell - Draisaitl
Marincin - Petry

I hope I'm wrong.

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08-18-2014, 12:37 AM
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I'll predict Eberle and RNH lead the team. Hall will be the best LW in the league while the Big D and Yak move up some fantasy pools. We'll win 7-9 more games. I expect a playoff push this year.

Taylor Hall: 70
Jordan Eberle: 80
RNH: 80
Perron: 55
Yakupov: 65
Purcell: 40
Pouliot: 40
Gordon: 25
Arcobello: 20
Gazdic: 10
Hendricks: 10
Draistal: 50

Nikitin: 45
Fayne: 30
Schultz: 40
Ference: 25
Petry: 35
Marincin: 20
Aulie: 10
If you think the defence will score that much get ready to be disappointed the Nikita Nikitin one is pretty unrealistic he did score 32 two years ago but this year he had a grande total of 15 points. And Fayne at 30! He had 17 last year so did petry. Sorry if you are offended by this but you are being super optimistic.

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08-18-2014, 04:43 AM
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IMO I can easily see Eakins mishandling Yak. I don't think he is going to see much time on PP.

If I had to guess the PPs:

Eberle - RNH - Hall
Nikitin - Schultz

Perron - Purcell - Draisaitl
Marincin - Petry

I hope I'm wrong.
This makes me so angry, due to the realism of your prediction. Stupid ****ing Eakins.

Hopefully he "delegates" the PP to Ramsay, and leaves it the hell alone.

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08-18-2014, 06:32 AM
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If this is finally the year when we explode and get to the playoffs:

(assuming all the players play 82gp)

Hall 39+58=97
RNH 22+50=72
Eberle 33+36=69

Perron 27+31=58
Arco 10+22=32
Yak 20+18=38

Pouliot 14+14=28
Leon 12+30=42
Purcell 14+28=42

Hendricks 6+2=8
Gordon 5+11=16
Gazdic 2+1=3

Nikitin 7+11=18
Fayne 3+8=11

Marincin 4+12=16
Petry 5+15=20

Ference 2+7=9
Schultz 12+35=47

GF: 237 (8th in the NHL in 13/14)
Other than Hall being a little inflated imo this is pretty realistic . But you need to account for about 10 goals from players not listed and subtract 5 from Hall.


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Hall 51G-47A-98pts

RNH 23G-71A-94pts

Eberle 32G-42A-74pts

Perron 25G-25A-50pts

Yakupov 30G-20A-50pts

LD 15G-32A-47pts


tough league/conference for mostly slow and small guys to score in

Hall 84 pts
Perron 50 pts
Eberle 65 pts
Nuge 67 pts
Pouliot 53 pts
Yak 44 pts including 23 g
Schultz has a good year with 52 pts

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08-18-2014, 09:52 AM
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my gut says some of you are overrating the buttersoft Purcell. no way Yak doesn't outscore him.
any I really think there is no way Yak will get some of those low point totals being predicted. I think Eakins has learned from his mistakes and Yak will be handled much better this year.

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Hall (84) - RNH (73) - Eberle (69)
Perron (54) - Arcobello (44) - Yakupov (48)
Pouliot (38) - Draisaitl (38) - Purcell (42)
Hendricks (15) - Gordon (19) - Gadzic (11)

Nikitin (31) - Schultz (39)
Marincin (24) - Petry (28)
Ference (16) - Fayne (14)

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most of the projections here should multiply the numbers by about 0.7 and then they'll get the actual numbers

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ahhh optimism...don't worry guys, the Oilers will crush yours about a week into the season

Hall: 32G-52A= 84 pts.
Eberle: 26G-36A= 62 pts.
RNH: 22G-42A= 64 pts.
Perron: 23G-27A= 50 pts
Yakupov: 18G-25A= 43 pts.
Purcell: 17G-20A= 37 pts.
Pouliot: 16G- 22A= 38 pts.
Draisaitl: 12G-22A= 34 pts.
Gordon: 10G-10A= 20 pts.
Hendricks: 7G- 9A= 16 pts
Gazdic: 3G- 5A= 8pts
Arcobello: 7G- 16A = 23 pts.
Joensuu: 3G-3A = 6pts.
Misc.: 4G

Schultz: 12G- 30A = 42 pts
Petry: 6G- 14A= 20 pts
Marincin: 3G-8A= 11 pts
Nikitin: 4G-11A= 16 pts
Ference: 3G- 10A=14 pts
Fayne: 3G-6A= 9 pts
Misc.: 1G

Total goals: 232...huge jump in offense

but thats assuming 82 games played by all...which clearly wont happen

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