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  1. MBJets

    MBJets Registered User

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    I know these players are not all in the same age rank but in the keeper league I'm in they are all undrafted players. Rank them for scoring next and down the line.

    Bernier, *Steve
    Carter, Jeff
    Brule, Gilbert
    Radulov, Alexander
    Jokinen, Jussi
    Wellwood, Kyle
    Lombardi, Matthew
    Umberger R.J.
    Backstrom, Nicklas
    Toews, Jonathon
    Wolski, Wojtek
    Stoll, Jaret
    Prucha, Petr
    Perry, Corey
    Getzlaf, Ryan
    Roy, Derek
    Steen, Alexander
    Kopitar, Anze
    Horcoff, Shawn
    Kesssel, Phil
    Ryan, Bobby
    Nilsson, Robert
     
  2. Thundermare

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    Hard to tel cause very different things to consider

    But Maybe something like This:dunno:

    Brule, Gilbert
    Radulov, Alexander
    Wolski, Wojtek
    Bernier, *Steve
    Backstrom, Nicklas
    Getzlaf, Ryan
    Kesssel, Phil
    Toews, Jonathon
    Jokinen, Jussi
    Perry, Corey
    Steen, Alexander
    Kopitar, Anze
    Nilsson, Robert
    Stoll, Jaret
    Horcoff, Shawn
    Prucha, Petr
    Roy, Derek
    Wellwood, Kyle
    Ryan, Bobby
    Carter, Jeff
    Lombardi, Matthew
    Umberger R.J.
     
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    Brule, Gilbert
    Backstrom, Nicklas
    Kessel, Phil
    Toews, Jonathan
    Kopitar, Anze
    Carter, Jeff
    Nilsson, Robert
    Bernier, *Steve
    Wolski, Wojtek
    Ryan, Bobby
    Radulov, Alexander
    Getzlaf, Ryan
    Prucha, Petr
    Perry, Corey

    Jokinen, Jussi
    Roy, Derek
    Steen, Alexander
    Stoll, Jaret
    Horcoff, Shawn
    Wellwood, Kyle
    Lombardi, Matthew
    Umberger R.J.
     
  4. MM425

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    Biggest thing to take into account is ice-time and their roles on their respective teams. Heres a few I would take if I were you:

    Horcoff - coming off a great year and playoff, and will get first line minutes alongside the likes of Smyth and Hemsky... frankly I'm suprised he wasn't drafted in your keeper league

    Getzlaf- This guy is a stud, and started to show at the end of last year what he can do. I expect a big sophmore season out of him... he'll be getting top 6 minitues and PP time and will probably pot anywhere between 20-30 goals IMO

    Carter- Somewhat dissapointing in his rookie year... but again... he had a stronger 2nd half. He's shown he can be one hell of a sniper in the past... with more of a role on the Flyers this year, I think he'll produce

    Wolski - He's proven he can play in big-game situations... he'll likely have a huge role on the depleted Avs this year and may be depended on to fill Tanguays voild... IMO, he's an early Calder canidate.
     
  5. Lars

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    Grouped, In No Order.

    Kopitar, Anze
    Brule, Gilbert
    Carter, Jeff
    Radulov, Alexander
    Backstrom, Nicklas
    Wolski, Wojtek

    Bernier, Steve
    Toews, Jonathon
    Getzlaf, Ryan
    Kesssel, Phil
    Horcoff, Shawn
    Steen, Alexander
    Ryan, Bobby
    Nilsson, Robert
    Perry, Corey
    Jokinen, Jussi
    Prucha, Petr

    Wellwood, Kyle
    Lombardi, Matthew
    Umberger R.J.
    Roy, Derek
    Stoll, Jarett
     
  6. MBJets

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    Horcoff had not put up big numbers or was expected to. In our league you are only allowed to protect 20 players including goaltenders and d-men. We normally have 28 to 35 players on our rosters so they either produce or are expected to produce but you can only wait so long then they are gone.

    I agree with Carter having a much improved year this year.

    Wolski, we didn't see enough of, 9 games anyone can get hot.

    Getzlaf is big and strong and should get some top six minutes but personally he was not a big scorer in junior and probally won't break much more than 50 to 60 pts in the NHL but be a very good two way player.

    Thanks for you help.
     
  7. Buffalo87

    Buffalo87 thehosers dot com

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    That's true, but we didn't see any of guys like Radulov, Backstrom, Toews, Kopitar, Kessel, Ryan and very little of Brule. It's really all about projecting how good a player will be and Wolski tore up the OHL last year and he'll be getting good ice-time next year with the loss of Tanguay, I'd expect a pretty solid year out of him.
     
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    Same thing there, in group with no order.
     
  9. Pavel Bure

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    Kopitar, Anze
    Brule, Gilbert
    Carter, Jeff
    Backstrom, Nicklas
    Wolski, Wojtek
    Radulov, Alexander

    Getzlaf, Ryan
    Bernier, Steve
    Kesssel, Phil
    Toews, Jonathon
    Horcoff, Shawn
    Steen, Alexander
    Ryan, Bobby
    Nilsson, Robert
    Perry, Corey
    Jokinen, Jussi
    Prucha, Petr

    Lombardi, Matthew
    Wellwood, Kyle
    Umberger R.J.
    Roy, Derek
    Stoll, Jarett
     
  10. MBJets

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    Rank Theses Players

    Will anyone take a shot at there point totals next year and there maximum totals in there career
     
  11. Lars

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    Ill take a shot at my top 6.

    Next Season's Point Totals

    Carter, Jeff - 78 Points
    Brule, Gilbert - 62 Points
    Wolski, Wojtek - 58 Points
    Radulov, Alexander - 47 Points
    Kopitar, Anze - 46 Points
    Backstrom, Nicklas - 0 Points

    Maximum Point Totals

    Kopitar, Anze - 100
    Radulov, Alexander - 90
    Brule, Gilbert - 90
    Backstrom, Nicklas - 85
    Carter, Jeff - 80
    Wolski, Wojtek - 80
     
  12. MM425

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    Here's a handful from me (listed on who I think is going to score the most this year)

    Jeff Carter - 29 g 38 a 67pts Carrer High Potential: 45g 40a 85pts
    Ryan Getzlaf- 24g 32 a 56pts Carrer High Potential: 30g 40a 70pts
    Alex Steen - 22g 32a 54pts Carrer High Potential: 30g 35a 65 pts
    Corey Perry - 20g 32a 52 pts Carrer High Potential: 25g 45a 70pts
    Wojtek Wolski- 22g 29a 51 pts Carrer High Potential: 40g 40a 80 pts
    Gilbert Brule- 15g 24a 39pts Carrer High Potential: 30g 40a 70 pts
    Anze Kopitar - 17g 20a 37pts Carrer High Potential: 35g 50a 85pts

    Its all a crapshoot really... its difficult to judge how young players (especially rookies) will react to their first year in the NHL.
     
  13. monster_bertuzzi

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    A lot of those guys have higher ''career high'' point totals IMO.
     

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