That would make him the perfect role player. Money well spent.
IMO it is possible if he stays on the PP. I know he's never scored more than 10 goals before, but he's never played on a scoring line and never played more than 6-8 minutes a night.
Doubt he will get either 20 assists or 250 Pims but 20 goals looks likely maybe even 25. Neil was perhaps our best forward or among the best against the Canes in the sense that he never let up when the Sens were coasting in the 2nd and he had one of the best scoring chances. Neil is playing so great, he is doing the simple things and making the smart plays and always playing hard every shift. Plus he is very effective standing in front of the net. He truly deserves an A+ grade so far this season.