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06-09-2015, 04:38 PM
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Marner Hanifin and Strome 15/16 Season

How well will each of them do next year? Whos rookie season would you compare them to. Could Hanifin have as good a season as Ekblad, will Marner do as well Yakapov (He had a pretty good rookie season in the lockout year) and Strome play like Mackinnon or like Monahan

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06-09-2015, 04:40 PM
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Strome will be in Erie. Marner will be in London. Hanifin will be at BC.

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Hanafin will probably be in the NHL

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That would be a mistake. He has a lot more work to do.

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How well will each of them do next year? Whos rookie season would you compare them to. Could Hanifin have as good a season as Ekblad, will Marner do as well Yakapov (He had a pretty good rookie season in the lockout year) and Strome play like Mackinnon or like Monahan
If they are as good as previous #1 and #2s like people claim, one will be in the NHL. Mackinnon and RNH had stellar rookie seasons and Yakupov/Hall/Seguin/Tavares/Stamkos/Landeskog etc had solid ones

For Marner, you run the risk he becomes too good for OHL and needs to be in NHL. Sure his size is a concern, but hes not that weak, and Yak and RNH were able to excel as rookies

Strome, imo should be in the OHL next year, has a number of stuff to work on

Hanifin could be in the NHL next season in the right enviroment, similar to Ekblad and Jones were. I think AHL would be perfect for him

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06-09-2015, 04:46 PM
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The problem with throwing Hanifin into the NHL is that he's far better served developing his game playing big minutes somewhere in all situations.

The problem with throwing Marner into the NHL is that he's so light you'll over throw him and he'll end up in Europe.

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The problem with throwing Marner into the NHL is that he's so light you'll over throw him and he'll end up in Europe.
Patrick Kane
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Gaudreau came into the NHL at 18 eh?

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Maloney just said a few minutes ago that if the Coyotes take the 3rd overall, they'll be sending the player back for next season.

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Strome and Marner will likely only get 9 games then be sent back to the OHL and Hanifin will be back at BC for 1 more year.

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Maloney just said a few minutes ago that if the Coyotes take the 3rd overall, they'll be sending the player back for next season.
That's another thing...the teams at 3 and 4 are going through the down part of rebuilding. Do they want the guys they pick around the losing and struggles?

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I beleive that Marner could play in the NHL. He has too much skill to be in the OHL. Hes not tiny hes 5"11.5 And a 180lbs which is pretty much the same as Kane. I think hes going to play in the NHL and will have a decent season.

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I don't think either will be in the NHL. I'd say Hanifin would be more able to do it though, because of his skating. Strome would struggle the way guys like Reinhart, Grigorenko, and Draisaitl did with his footspeed and acceleration at this stage of his development.

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I beleive that Marner could play in the NHL. He has too much skill to be in the OHL. Hes not tiny hes 5"11.5 And a 180lbs which is pretty much the same as Kane. I think hes going to play in the NHL and will have a decent season.
He's 160 lbs, not 180.

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He's 160 lbs, not 180.
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I think Strome should go back 100%. Maybe get 2-3 games to see what it's like in the NHL. Marner is really hard to judge, smaller players have done well in their rookie seasons and he is clearly talented enough to play. I guess it depends a lot on how much muscle he can pack on over the summer. I'd prefer to send him back though, he's going to have a monster year with Jones/Tkachuk. Hanifin is the most NHL ready of the 3 I feel but for him it really depends on the situation and basically the teams that he will be picked by (ARI/TOR/CAR) are in no situation to shelter him. Maybe Arizona could but I don't see why they would force him into the NHL on a team that's probably not going to win a whole lot of games next year.

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Only three I see sticking (besides the obvious) are Hanifin but the teams looking to get him probably would send him back, Crouse and Provorov.

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Hanifin also has the AHL option as well.

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Gaudreau came into the NHL at 18 eh?
No but he was the same weight and even shorter when he did.

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No but he was the same weight and even shorter when he did.
I want him and he's really good but he needs another year being the star player in London + having a leadership role.

Nylander was 5'11.5 173lbs at the draft and apparently he's close to 190 now which is NHL size. I have no problem taking Marner, I think he'd weigh 170-175 at next year's draft.

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It would be a terribly stupid mistake for a team to put any of these three in the NHL next season. Sure fire way to ruin any of them. All three must be returned to their amateur teams. No question about that.

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Only three I see sticking (besides the obvious) are Hanifin but the teams looking to get him probably would send him back, Crouse and Provorov.
Crouse hasn't even dominated his amateur league and you think he should turn pro? Don't promote players until they've outgrown their current league. That's the rule. Crouse has certainly got a ton to gain from more time in the OHL. Until that can no longer be said so safely, that's where he should stay. The same goes for any player. Until there is nothing left to gain from their current league, don't promote them. Rushing prospects ruins prospects. Stagnation having long term damaging effects is extraordinarily rare.

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Hannifin is nhl ready.

Strome no. Marner maybe.

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Shouldn't be rushing any of these guys, especially Hanifin as a D. RFA years are like gold with good young players. Take the extra time to let them develop without wasting those RFA years.

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Yea, I think all three should be going back to junior.

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