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01-26-2004, 04:04 AM
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Predictions: Best players post-allstar break

Just a thread to post your predictions on which players will be the best post All-star break. Post 5 forwards whom you think will go from 'so-so' first half to a very strong post-allstar break. Here are my picks:

Tuomo Ruutu

Todd Bertuzzi

Mark Recchi

Vincent Lecavalier

& Jeff O'Neill

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good thread by im not going to pick any forwards but i predict the eastern goalies will steal the show.

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Thornton
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Kariya
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Alexander Mogilny. He will be absolutely unstoppable. He's said it himself he's feeling better than ever in his hip...so...us Leaf fans can dream!

Best player rebounding from a poor performance...I'll go with Teemu Selanne.

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Whoops, didn't read the whole first post...

I'll say Lecavalier.

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Just a thread to post your predictions on which players will be the best post All-star break. Post 5 forwards whom you think will go from 'so-so' first half to a very strong post-allstar break. Here are my picks:

Tuomo Ruutu

Todd Bertuzzi

Mark Recchi

Vincent Lecavalier

& Jeff O'Neill
Agree w/ everybody except Ruutu.

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Heatley didn't have a 1st half, so I'm gonna leave him out, as well as players who missed most of the season (such as Mogilny)....

Smyth
O'Neill
Modano
Lecavalier
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Joe Sakic. It's a gut feeling

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Alexander Mogilny. He will be absolutely unstoppable. He's said it himself he's feeling better than ever in his hip...so...us Leaf fans can dream!

Best player rebounding from a poor performance...I'll go with Teemu Selanne.
any idea when he'll be back?

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If Selänne gets to play more regularly with Sakic and Kariya he will be more productive. I think Lindros will continue to play well. Bertuzzi should improve his goalscoring. LeCavalier also should step it up but I am unsure. O'Neill on a contender would be interesting to see.

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I get the feeling that both Lidstrom and Zetterberg will start making a bigger difference in each game's outcome for the wings, and possibly Datsyuk now that Hull is out of his slump.

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Modano has averaged 1.4 ppg after the ASB over his career, that said.. I'd be satisfied if he will have 0.4 this time..

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Modano has averaged 1.4 ppg after the ASB over his career, that said.. I'd be satisfied if he will have 0.4 this time..
Do you think Modano is gonna regain his old form at one point or another? Honest question..

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Do you think Modano is gonna regain his old form at one point or another? Honest question..
No.. though his play has improved compared to say 2 months ago, he still isn't close being the player he usually is. Unless he shows me that he can be the Mike we know, I don't see why we would be expecting him to suddenly tear the league down..

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Joe Sakic. It's a gut feeling
So you mean Sakic had a crappy first half ? Wow I don't want to see what a good 2nd half would be.

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Bertuzzi (haven't seen him play this year but his numbers suprise me)
Fedorov (No chance of playoffs will give Federov a chance to rack up the numbers)
Lecavalier (Have no idea why he has the stats he has. He is better than that)
Shanahan (If he starts looking interested out there he will be a big improver)
Kariya (judging by the way Sakic and him have been playing and of course Sakic doesn't qualify for this thread)


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