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Top NHL Rookies in 2009/10?

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05-23-2009, 01:49 PM
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Filatov=Calder, Tavares, Duchene and Backlund not far behind.

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Why would Eller be a long shot?
Shoulder injury could be a factor.

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Mikael Backlund needs to be considered.

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Tavares, Filatov, Tlustly, Backlund.

FYI, Brassard is ineligible.

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Why would Eller be a long shot?
Depending on how his shoulder heals, he might not be on the team at the start of the year.

I think Filatov will finish in the top three. Along with JVR and Esposito. I think those three will finish top three.

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05-24-2009, 12:51 AM
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Tavares
Anisimov
Varlamov
Filatov
Wilson
Tavaresov
Anisimov
Varlamov
Filatov
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05-24-2009, 01:01 AM
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05-24-2009, 01:15 AM
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Tlusty played close to 60 games last season I don't think he'd be considered a rookie.

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Max Pacioretty will be on the Habs' roster this season barring a disastrous training camp. Might get 50-60 points. Possibly more, probably not enough for the Calder though.

What about Angelo Esposito in Atlanta?
No way Esposito is a full time NHLer next season. His injury might have ruined any chance he had at being a star. He'll be in the AHL for at least a year.

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05-24-2009, 01:31 AM
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I'd say either Filatov or Tavares. If I had to choose one I'd go with Johnny. He will be a scoring machine on the power play. My prediction for him is 30+30=60 points

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Zach Boychuk could really make an impact if he takes advantage of Carolina's lack of pure goalscorers. Drayson Bowman also if not this year than next. I'd say Filatov probably will get it though.

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Its a Tavares and Hodgson Race for the Calder!

No offence to Hedman, but defencemen rarely win this award.

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Not that there is really any reasonable chance here, but is Rob Schremp eligible this year? He hasn't played many games, but I'm not sure if he might be exceeding that age limitation by the time the season is underway. What is it again, 24? Edit: Hm, seems to be 26.

So, Schremp for Calder baby. Now that Mac T is gone he can finally score 20 points a game.

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