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10-26-2006, 07:59 AM
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6 years? These line-ups will be outdated in 6 months in this league.

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10-26-2006, 09:00 AM
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The Penguins in 6 years will almost mirror the Penguins of today....???

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10-26-2006, 03:25 PM
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As for the Kings

Forwards
Kopitar (25 years old)
O'Sullivan (27 years old)
Cammalleri (30 years old)
Frolov (30 years old)
Tukonen (26 years old)
Boyle (28 years old)
Brown (27 years old)
Lewis (25 years old)
hm: Pushkarev (27), Kanko (28), Parse (28)

Defense
Johnson (25 years old)
Petiot (30 years old)
Ryan (24 years old)

Goalie
Bernier (24 years old)
Zatkoff (25 years old)

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10-26-2006, 04:19 PM
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Elias - Zajac - Bergfors
Vasyunov - Parise - Gionta
Vrana - Stajan - Zharkov
Parise - Madden - Clarkson

Hale - Martin
White - Corrente
Fayne - Greene

Doyle
Brodeur(if he didn't retire)

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10-26-2006, 04:21 PM
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philly:

just judging by players already in the system

nodl-carter-giroux
umberger-potulny- ruzicka
gagne-richards-Downie
cabana-romy- bellamy
scurko

Pitkanen-Picard
Jonsson-Bartulis
meyer-guenin

niittymaki
Houle

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10-27-2006, 12:52 AM
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Isles 2012

Tambellini-Okposo-Nilsson
Bergenheim-O'Marra-Comeau
Marjamaki-Nokelainen-Joensuu
Figren-Colliton-Volkov

Gervais-Campoli
Grebeshkov-Kohn
O'Neill-Sims

Dipietro
?


The only thing I'm certain on here is who will be the number 1 goalie. This of course assumes we keep everyone, as most of these guys will have hit UFA by 2012. Anyway, the forwards will be really difficult to play against, but that tiny defense will have its work cut out for it. Maybe Witt will still be around.
Here's what i see for the isles in 2012

Nilsson - (1st rd pick '08) - Okposo
Tambellini - O'Marra - Comeau
Bergenheim - Nokelainen - Colliton
Marjamaki - Nielsen - Joensuu

Campoli - Gervais
Grebeshkov - (1st rd pick '07)
O'Neill - Kohn

DiPietro

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10-27-2006, 12:55 AM
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The Penguins in 6 years will almost mirror the Penguins of today....???
No kidding!

Forwards:
Crosby
Malkin
Staal
Malone (doubt he'll still be here, but...)
Christensen
Armstrong
Oulette
Talbot
plus AHL'ers Filewich, Carcillo, etc.

D-men
Whitney
Orpik
Welch
Letang
Goglioski

and in goal MAF

Pretty scary for the rest of the NHL

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10-27-2006, 03:44 AM
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Completely not what the lines will actually be:

Ovechkin-Zubrus-Semin
Fleischmann-Backstrom-Fehr
Pettinger-Sutherby-Clark
Osala-Gordon-Bradley

Morrisonn-Green
Schultz-Finley
Eminger-Pokulok

Varlamov
Daigneault/Neuvirth

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10-27-2006, 04:15 AM
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Canucks:

Sedin-Sedin-Hansen
Raymond-Shirokov-Grabner
Simek-Kesler-(1st round draft pick)
Burrows-UFA-Brown

Ohlund-Bourdon
Mitchell-Koltsov
Bieksa-Edler

Luongo/Schneider
(draft pick)

Going to convert Shirokov to a center?

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10-27-2006, 04:30 AM
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canucks will win the cup 7 times... yep

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10-27-2006, 12:11 PM
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Let's see Montreal..

(Pts Projection for 2012-2013 Season)

Chris Higgins (25-45-70) - Saku Koivu (20-45-65) - Alexander Perezhogin (35-30-65)
Mikhail Grabovski (35-35-70) - Ben Maxwell (15-45-60) - Andrei Kostitsyn (25-40-65)
Sergei Kostitsyn (20-30-50) - Tomas Plekanec (15-35-50) - Guillaume Latendresse (25-25-50)
Maxim Lapierre (10-20-30) - Kyle Chipchura (15-35-40) - Ryan White (5-20-25)
*Jonathan Ferland, Matthew D'Agostini, Mathieu Aubin

Andrei Markov (10-45-55) - Mike Komisarek (5-15-20)
David Fischer (5-25-30) - Mathieu Carle (20-45-65)
Alexei Emelin (0-15-15) - Ryan O'Byrne (0-10-10)
*Oskari Korpikari, JP Cote

Carey Price
Yann Danis

= 285 Goals


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10-27-2006, 12:38 PM
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Koivu still playing in 2013

not bloody likely

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10-27-2006, 12:49 PM
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Washington acquires just one player from outside the system in six years. Of course, it's Evgeni Malkin (it could happen)

Alexander Ovechkin - Evgeni Malkin - Eric Fehr
Alexander Semin - Nicklas Backstrom - Francois Bouchard
Matt Pettinger - Brian Sutherby - Chris Clark
Oskar Osala - Chris Bourque - Boyd Gordon

Shaone Morrisonn - Mike Green
Steve Eminger - Jeff Schultz
Patrick McNeill - Joe Finley
Sasha Pokulok

Semen Varlamov
Michal Neuvirth

Some questions on defense but I like the offense.


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10-27-2006, 01:05 PM
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Koivu still playing in 2013

not bloody likely
With his injury history, you might be right. But he'll only be 38 - 39 yrs old, so it is possible.

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10-27-2006, 02:07 PM
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Here is what I would do with the Bruins with no UFA, only guys currently on the team or in the system:

Kessel-Bergeron-Krejci
Kalus-Savard-Boyes
Collins-Rabbit-Karsums
Hedman-Sastny-Versteeg

B. Stuart-M. Stuart
Jurcina-Lashoff
Alberts-Alexandrov

Toivonen
Rask

Pretty tough to fill out the forwards after the Ks...the Bruins have much more depth in net and on the blue line up front.

Collins won't ever be here in 6 years, I think the guy is going to be a career minor leaguer/call up. Chara will be here longer then Stuart IMO. Im sure we will also have some first round picks in between now and then. Marchand has all the tools to be a very good checking player.

I see:

Kessel Bergeron Boyes
Kalus Savard Karsums
Marchand Krejci Rabbit
Lucic Sobotka Walter


Chara Lashoff
M.Stuart Alexandrov
Alberts/Sigalet Jurcina

Rask
Toivonen.

And that is your 2011-2012 lineup.

I like the looks of it alot from this standpoint, thats without any future 1st round stud that we draft or trades.

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10-27-2006, 02:50 PM
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If I had to take a stab without adding anyone via free agency

Alexander Ovechkin - Nicklas Backstrom - Eric Fehr
Alexander Semin - Jakub Klepis - Tomas Fleishmann
Matt Pettinger - Brian Sutherby - Boyd Gordon
Oskar Osala - Brooks Laich - Chris Bourque

Shaone Morrisonn - Mike Green
Steve Eminger - Joe Finley
Patrick McNeill - Sasha Pokulok
Jeff Schultz - Sami Lepisto

Semen Varlamov
Michal Neuvirth

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10-27-2006, 04:29 PM
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Bergenheim-Colliton-Comeau
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Dipietro
.
are you sure?

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10-27-2006, 05:54 PM
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Korpikoski-Anisimov-Cliche
Prucha-Dubinsky-Dawes
Byers-Dupont-Jessiman
Hollweg-Pyatt-Moore

Staal-Sanguinetti
Tyutin-Sauer
Baranka-Liffiton

Henrik Lundqvist
Chris Holt
What about Montoya? Trade Lundqvist for Kopitar

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10-28-2006, 01:12 AM
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odd, didnt see any buffalo posters in this thread

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I'm totally not the right guy to be doing this, but basing it solely on the talent currently in our system, my unedcuated guess would be:

Rick Nash (28) - Gilbert Brule (25) - Nikolai Zherdev (28)
Alexandre Picard (27) - Derick Brassard (25) - Adam Pineault (26)
Joakim Lindstrom (29) - Manny Malhotra (32) - Dan Fritsche (27)
Kirill Starkov (25) - Alexander Svitov (30) - Geoff Platt (27)

Ron Hainsey (31) - Rostislav Klesla (30)
Kris Russell (26) - Aaron Johnson (29)
Ole-Kristian Tollefsen (28) - Adam McQuaid (26)

Pascal Lecaire (30)
Daniel LaCosta (26)

I would guess at least 8-10 of those guys are really on the Jackets roster in 2012.

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10-28-2006, 02:20 AM
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It's nearly impossible to tell what a team will look like in six years, I've never been a fan of predicting past 2-3 years for any given team. The Avalanche for example only have two players still remaining from their 2001 Stanley Cup winning team. It's only been 5 years, but you can see the huge amount of turnover a team can have.

Given the Salary Cap, it's almost guaranteed that you will only see a few select players as staple to any team, for example on the Avalanche I could see Stastny and Liles being staples to the team, even in six years.

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10-28-2006, 04:38 PM
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here is detroit in about 6 years.

ovechkin - crosby - kovalchuk
semin - malkin - gaborik
wolski - kopitar - gagner
esposito- tavares - kane
extra: zetterberg

erik johnson - jack johnson
dion phaneuf- jakub kindl
marc staal - luc bourdon
extra: chelios

lehtonen
fleury
harding

looks like we made a couple of decent moves. and we are really going with a young team in a feaw years.


What is so funny about that is your first two lines of offense, with the exception of Gaborik, will be the first two lines for the Eastern All-star team in the coming years quite possibly.

And for the Pens in 6 years, I hope we still have Staal, Crosby, Malkin, Fluery, Whitney, and Welch for our core, but I don't think we will be able to hold onto all of them.

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10-28-2006, 05:49 PM
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Elias - Zajac - Bergfors
Vasyunov - Parise - Gionta
Vrana - Stajan - Zharkov
Parise - Madden - Clarkson

Hale - Martin
White - Corrente
Fayne - Greene

Doyle
Brodeur(if he didn't retire)
I like it, but I'm going to stay away from FA acquisitions like Stajan. (I think you meant to put Gionta on the 4th line unless there's another Parise on his way )

2012-2013
Elias Zajac Bergfors
Vasyunov Parise Gionta
Pandolfo Madden Zharkov (Last run for Maddolfo)
Davis Vrana Clarkson


White Martin
Hale Corrente
Fraser Greene
Eckford

Frazee
Parise

Hopefully we'll draft and develop a goalie and a couple defensive forwards by then.

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10-28-2006, 06:46 PM
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whos next in line for Broduer, is it Ahonen and is he even good.....What about Kipper whe he gets old whos next in line to take his place

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whos next in line for Broduer, is it Ahonen and is he even good.....What about Kipper whe he gets old whos next in line to take his place
Ahonen is back in Finland, he's not in the plans. Doyle looks really good but he's 26 and will be 32 when Brodeur retires. Jordan Parise, Zach's brother, put up good numbers at UND and is playing in the AHL so we'll see how he turns out. Jeff Frazee is probably the goaltender with the best potential in the NJ system but he's still the backup with Minnesota and hasn't really established himself as we'd hoped after being drafted in '05. He's probably going to be fighting for a spot on the US WJC team.

NJ will probably draft a couple of goalies in the next couple of years to try and solve the depth problems in the organization.

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