Predict the top 10 scorers at WJC....

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  1. BigAl

    BigAl Registered User

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    It may be a little early for this since not all teams are totally decided....but go ahead and list your predicted top 10 point getters for the upcoming WJC.

    Here are mine:

    1. Evgeni Malkin (Russia)
    2. Alexander Radulov (Russia)
    3. Bobby Ryan (USA)
    4. Peter Pohl (Czechs)
    5. Guillame Latendresse (Canada)
    6. Jack Johnson (USA)
    7. T.J Oshie (USA)
    8. Jonathan Toews (Canada)
    9. Andrew Cogliano (Canada)
    10. Phil Kessel (USA)

    Honorable Mention....or the next players on the list....Dave Bolland (Canada), Brian Little (Canada), Robbie Schremp (USA), and Martin Hanzal (Czechs).
     
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    2005 top scorers

    1 BERGERON Patrice CAN F 13
    2 GETZLAF Ryan CAN F 12
    3 OVECHKIN Alexander RUS F 11
    4 CARTER Jeff CAN F 10
    5 OLESZ Rostislav CZE F 10
    6 MALKIN Evgeni RUS F 10
    7 CROSBY Sidney CAN F 9
    8 STAFFORD Drew USA F 9
    9 SALMONSSON Johannes SWE F 8
    10 VRANA Petr CZE F 8

    I think there'll be more than 2 non-North Americans in the top 10..
     
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    1.Evgeni Malkin RUS
    2.Phil Kessel USA
    3.Alexander Radulov RUS
    4.Lauri Tukonen FIN
    5.Nicklas Bäckström SWE
    6.Bobby Ryan USA
    7.Guillamme Latendresse CAN
    8.Jonathan Toews CAN
    9.Nicklas Bergfors SWE
    10.Perttu Lindgren FIN
     
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    I know that Malkin will be 1st.
     
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    Top returning scorers (at least 2 pts):

    Evgeny Malkin RUS 6 3 7 - 10
    Johannes Salmonsson SWE 6 5 3 - 8
    Sergei Shirokov RUS 6 4 4 - 8
    Phil Kessel USA 7 4 2 - 6
    Robbie Schremp USA 7 4 1 - 5
    Kevin Porter USA 7 3 2 - 5
    Enver Lisin RUS 6 2 3 - 5
    Michael Frolik CZE 7 3 1 - 4
    Nicklas Bergfors SWE 6 2 1 - 3
    Alexander Radulov RUS 6 2 1 - 3
    Marek Zagrapan SLO 4 1 2 - 3
    Lauri Korpikoski FIN 5 2 0 - 2
    Roman Voloshenko RUS 6 2 0 - 2
    Chris Bourque USA 3 1 1 - 2
    Rafael Diaz SWI 6 1 1 - 2
    Stanislav Lascek SLO 6 1 1 - 2
    Denis Parshin RUS 6 1 1 - 2
    Lauri Tukonen FIN 6 1 1 - 2
    Mikhail Yunkov RUS 6 1 1 - 2
    Michal Gulasi CZE 6 0 2 - 2
    Ladislav Smid CZE 7 0 2 - 2
     
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    Exactly.....which is why I put 3 on my list....and only 5 on last season's, so I might not be way off with this.
     
  7. Daily Special

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    I thought Crosby and Malkin were going to Turin.
     
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    Malkin is going to Turin as well
     
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    There will be a sleeper in the top 10, maybe in the top 5, someone that no one would think would be there.
     
  10. David

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    Frolik?
    Enver Lisen?
     
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    IMO you have Kessel and Schremp way too low.
     
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    1. Evgeni Malkin
    2. Alexander Radulov
    3. Bobby Ryan
    4. Phil Kessel
    5. Robbie Schremp
    6. Enver Lisin
    7. Michael Frolik
    8. Guillame Latendresse
    9. Marek Zagrapan
    10. Lauri Tukonen
     
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    Kessel loves the spot light to be directly on him, he thrives off of personal competition more then team competition.

    I expect him to be the 2nd leading scorer behind Malkin.
     
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    Wow. I'm impressed that Shirokov wasn't even mentioned :shakehead

    He was 3rd in scoring last year for Russia only behind Ovechkin and Malkin. He's second (tied with Salmonsson ) with 8 points among returning scorers. He has good season in Russia with 12 points (7G+5A) in 28 games for CSKA (well, last year he had 0 points in 8 games).

    Is there any real reason why one of the top scorers from last WJC will suck this year ? :dunno:
     
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    Top scorers for team Russia I expect to be Malkin, Radulov, Voloshenko, Shirokov, Lemtyugov. 2-3 of them we can expect in top 10, will depend who plays with Malkin.
     
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    Watch our for Jiri Tlusty...i still say he is as underrated as they come.
     
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    I wonder if his mom is going to be yelling at the other team from the stands.
     
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    He's not going to be there.
     
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    1.Malkin
    2.Cogliano
    3. Kessel
    4. Ryan
    5. Lemtyugov
    6. Lindgren
    7. Radulov
    8. Shirokov
    9. Little
    10. Pouliot
     
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    He didn't make the team???

    Man they must be strong!
     
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    :) Oops.

    Looking at last year's though, it looks like linemates of the top talents tend to figure highly. Malkin is the red hot favorite and he's going to carry one or two players with him.
     
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    Call me an Oilers Homer, but here it goes!!!
    #1)Schremp 7gp. 8-6-14
    #2)Malkin 7gp. 5-9-14
    #3)Ryan 7gp. 7-6-13
    #4)Radulov 7gp. 8-3-11
    #5)Johnson 7gp. 4-7-11
    #6)Cogliano 7gp. 5-5-10
    #7)Kessel 7gp. 6-3-9
    #8)Bolland 7gp. 5-4-9
    #9)Voloshenko 7gp. 4-5-9
    #10)Latendresse 7gp. 5-3-8

    Admittingly I'm not very knowledgeable on many Euro's, Is Kopitar going to be there???
     
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    Yun'kov is top 20 in RSL scoring. Doing better than Semin, Chistov, Svitov, Kharitonov, and many other players North American fans may know.

    Lisin and SHirokov should do well, and dont count out Radulov... but I think Yun'kov will be second in RUssian scoring after Malkin.
     
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    You mixed him up with another Yunkov (Alexander). Mikhail Yunkov isn't doing extremely well (4 pts (2+2) in 20 games) but he is playing on a pretty deep team. Anyway, I think we can expect the old line Voloshenko - Yunkov - Radulov. Though there are few players who is doing better on a scoresheet at the moment and who knows maybe will challenge him for that second line spot.
     
  25. The Mighty Duck Man

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    I don't know why, but I have a feeling that Bobby Ryan will lead the tournament in scoring. Malkin second, Kessel third.
     
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