Discussion in 'Polls - (hockey-related only)' started by KevSkillz4, Mar 12, 2018 at 4:41 PM.
What your things about his potential?
After another season, Europe.
Potential 2nd liner on bad teams . If you have a good team he's on your third line
Probably out of the league
2nd/3rd tweener. Good player, but not a good trade asset.
High end third liner who fills in in the top six during injuries. I like how people are saying out of the league when in his rookie season he is on Pace for about 35 points. So if he improves slightly as he enters his prime 40 pts is a reasonable yearly average to guess. think Andrew Shaw caliber (not style) guy you want on your third line but isn't a problem in your top six short term
A tweener between the second and third lines but mostly a good third liner.
3rd liner who could play a variety of roles in a variety of positions. Utility guy.
For all of you saying 3rd liner, he's gonna blow you out of the water next season.
This is his shot chart. Red is more shots, blue is less. This man controls the ice. He's having terrible luck but he's gonna break out next season. You'll see.
I hope you are right
Agreed, there has been a few games this year where he's looked like our best forward (I know..) , and is probably the best passer on the team.
Habs fan saying 3rd liner. I think he could definitely slot into the 2nd line snd became a 20+ goal scorer, however.
He generates a ton of shots and should probably have a few more goals than he does this season. He also plays smart and could fit in on the PK too.
I went with Option 2.
Skilled Top-9 Filler guy. Could slide him on any of the top-3 lines, depending on fit, chemistry, team depth, etc. But probably better suited further down in the middle-6 on the whole.