Discussion in 'Detroit Red Wings' started by SoupNazi, Jun 24, 2017.
Bye bye, XO.
What is his ceiling? Two-way defender on the 2nd line or more of 3rd liner?
Funny how that scoring goes at Frölunda. I haven't seen the games, but looks like the defence isn't scoring much there on SEL games. One guy (Genoway with 13 points) and Sigalet with 10 points. But they have high stats from CHL games.
Lindström has 2+4= 6 points in 11 Champions Hockey league games. 3+3=6 points in SEL games.
If you merge those stats together:
1. Chay Genoway, 46 games, 8+21 = 29 points, 21:20 AVG IT
2. Jonathan Sigalet, 46 games, 7+10 = 17 points, 21:20 AVG IT
3. Gustav Lindström, 45 games, 5+7 = 12 points, 18:45 AVG IT
4. Anders Grönlund, 42 games, 2+2 = 4 points, 16:11 AVG IT
4. Viktro Ekbom, 39 games, 1+4 = 5 points, 16:06 AVG IT
Clearly he is the 3rd defenceman on the team. Chay Genoway seems to be the 1st PP quarterback and Lindström maybe is getting some secondary minutes there?
Hey Swedes, please inform. I'm just data-guessing these things.
Any updates on Lindstrom? Looks like he isnt transitioning well
He’s been really good. First few games he didn’t look as good as he does now, but over the past 5 games he’s been a difference maker out there looking like one of the best defensemen the Griffins have, along with Seider.
Hmm, okay okay. I have him in a keeper league and was checking up and looked like he wasnt transitioning well to the AHL (in terms of points). Wasn't sure if i should give him another year or drop him
I’d give him some time. I don’t think he’s going to be a guy who puts up a ton of points, but he’s been making some really great plays defensively and he’s had some good opportunities to put the puck in the back of the net. His awareness in the o zone has actually really surprised me.
What do you think his potential is?
I think he could be a good defensive minded 2nd pairing defenseman who can log a lot of ice time, block a lot of shots, and kill penalties. Maybe like 20 points? Hard to tell how many points he’ll put up
Fair enough. I have him and McIsaac. Some how got stuck with the detroit prospects
Hopefully they both work out for you! A lot of us around here are high on McIsaac, should be a good one.
He's not an offensive defenseman. He had 6 points in the SHL last year. IIRC when he was drafted he was a seen as a responsible player with a good first pass.
What mad you think he would be a point producer?
I mean i took over my keeper team once a guy left. Soooo i wasnt the original one who drafted him.
Keep McIsaac, ditch Lindstrom. He's a future bottom pair who's never gonna generate numbers for you. Holding on to him would be like holding on to Patrik Nemeth. Not a very valuable fantasy player.
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