Depending on icetime, 50 seems more than reasonable and 60+ is a possibility if he's back up front with Stastny and Stewart. He was on that sort of clip last year, and with the kind of pugnacity he was displaying in the playoffs (and the subsequent excitement of playing on team USA) I'll be a bit disappointed if he ends up slumming it on the third line all year. He can be a skill guy.
I think he will put up around 40-45 points, I think 60 points is a bit high. You have to consider that Galiardi is going to be used as a main part of the PK and log a lot of minutes. I think Galiardi will be used on the PP sparingly, especially if he will be logging regular top 6 minutes and be on the top PK unit.