Breakout Players For Your Team 2006-07

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  1. joe sacco

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    who do you think will be a breakout player for your team next year, whether it be a prospect or a current roster player?

    for montreal i have to say i think alexander perezhogin will be that guy. lots of experience this year, and more than likely will end up on the 1st/2nd line, and with more confidence and playing time i'd say 25 goals and 60 points is not out of the question.
     
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    Steve Bernier and Christian Ehrhoff (the latter has shown signs of breaking out in the last 15 games)
     
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    It's not my team, but I'll predict Salmelainen will do nice for Hawks next year. Kontiola too if he'll get a chance. And for NYR Immonen will do fine.
     
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    Colaiacovo and Tellqvist.
     
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    For the Wild...

    O'sullivan on offense..

    Burns on D...if they keep him at D...
     
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    They damn well better
     
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    Zach Parise for New Jersey! He´s underrated here by posters because of a slow start (for him and NJ) and his +/- stats. I think he could become a very very good second line center!

    Same with Rostislav Olesz for the Panthers. Very gifted and often looks like he´d be 27. Would fit in perfect with Jokinen and Horton as a defensive responsible forward with scoring touch on Florida´s first line. And even if he will not reach his full potential he is already able to play great on a checking line.

    Gilbert Brule will also very likely put up some good numbers for the Blue Jackets next year if he can stay healthy, but that wouldn´t be a big surprise I think...
     
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    parise underrated?

    god i think he has more threads on this prospects forums then crosby..

    remember his draft year and year after?

    Dude was hyped to no end...he's hardly underrated by posters.

    Sure he can be a good 2nd line center, but the way people talked about him here, you would think he was the equivalent to a crosby type.
     
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    Pens, obviously Malkin. Though Crosby as an odd selection that might surprise with some real growth, hard as that is to believe. He should build on this rookie year as he fills out some, the growth from 18 to 19 is usually pretty significant. And the Pens could not have been worse this year, and should improve taking some pressure off of Crosby. Malkin alone on the second line should remove some of the checking line attention from Crosby night in and night out. I could see him making some nice progress even though he did wonders this year.
     
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    I was gonna post that... :)
     
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    Yes, that was after he was drafted. and now half of all these threads call him a bust because he´s not on pace for 100 points.
    People here are talking ***** all the time (Is Malkin a bust? etc.). When he was drafted he was overrated. Now everyone looks at his AHL and NHL stats and thinks "man, this guy has lesser points than games played (..even at the AHL level)" and two seconds later his name is in a bust-thread or compared to some average 3rd-liners.
    But if you think he is not underrated or I think he is, this thread is about next year break-out players and I think he will be one of this guys :D
     
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    I'm going to say (hope?) that David Hale establishes himself next season as a 20min top four defenseman in New Jersey. His time is coming, so he needs to step up and grab the impending opportunity.
     
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    Lee Stempniak and Jay McClement. The way they've played in the past 10 or so games, future looks bright for the Blues' offense.

    On defense, Bäckman will open some eyes I believe. He's got a very good defensive game and will show more offense next year I believe.
     
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    Not my team but I nominate Jeff Carter as well, maybe even Artukin and Nathan Horton.
     
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    I am going to go with just arrived Tambellini for the Isles. He is very talented, and really excited about playing on the Island.
     
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    For the Bruins, Hannu Toivonen. It could have been this year if not for the ankle injury.
     
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    Milan Michalek could explode next year as well as Lupul and Babchuk.
     
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    I will post some name that(have not been mentionned) I think they can breakout next year.
    Fehr
    Radulov
    Higgins
    Steen
    Fritsche
    Brown
    Wolski
    Perry
    Nilsson
    Hudler
    Lombardi
    Bergfors
    Pominville
    Ouellet
     
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    Is Stempniak gonna be a first liner?
    what you think his potentiel is?
     
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    Higgins is actually breaking out, and Alex Steen too.
     
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    Malkin, Whitney, Welch, Oulette, Erik Johnson hopefully.
     
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