Baertschi Vs. Morin Vs. Coyle

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  1. kmiller0509

    kmiller0509 Registered User

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    Which would you rather have on your farm team for fantasy purposes and why?

    EDIT - That's Bartschi, sorry
     
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    Depends on my needs. If I need offense I'd go with Morin or Bartschi. If I needed a more defensive forward i'd go with Coyle.
     
  3. Kershaw

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    Haven't watched Bartschi play, but between Coyle and Morin I'll slightly take Coyle.
     
  4. R S

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    Good question. I could see valid arguments for all three.

    I have Morin in one league and I really like what he could provide me in the future. Him with Toews or Kane could be magical fantasy wise.

    Bartschi provides a bit of everything, including offense on a team that needs it badly.

    Coyle is my favorite of the three but could very well have the lower offensive potential. Who knows if that will come true though.


    Either way it's a win-win in my opinion. I would possibly favor Morin though.
     
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    Coyle is going to be a very good player.

    He has the potential to be as good as Couture.
     
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    For fantasy purposes I would say Morin.

    I think he has a good chance at becoming Kane and Toews' winger full-time starting next year (2012-13). Before we got him I had Morin as a guy who could be a 30/20 type producer in the NHL. Now that I've seen him in the NHL for a few games and payed closer attention to him since the trade I could really see him blossom into a 40 goal scorer - in the right situation, that is.
     
  7. Gary83*

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    lol... care to elaborate?
     
  8. Beesfan

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    The gap between the three isn't large, but I think the clear cut winner here is Charlie Coyle. He's big, fast, strong and can score. Basically, the type of player every GM is looking for.
     
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    Calgary needs more offense...
     
  10. Gary83*

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    Ignorance truly is bliss. Did Calgary magically finish bottom 10 in scoring last year?
     
  11. RA9

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    I'm not sure if you mean prospect-wise or not..but calgary finished 7th in goals last year. Plenty of offense.
     
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    This.

    Not sold on his offensive upside, but he's a sure-fire NHLer nonetheless.
     
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    Even if he doesn't develop into an outstanding offensive talent its great to hear statements that he will be a sure-fire NHLer.

    Hope it rips it up though. The wild desperately need a kid to come in and show some promise. With coyle, granlund, the emergence of zucker, brodin, and maybe scandella the odds of at least one hitting are good (hopefully they all do!).
     

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