I would say the same about Wheeler when he was with the Bruins. 45, 38, 44 (Bruins/Thrashers) points in his first 3 seasons. Also, it's easier to get 90 points when you play on a line with a 40G scorer which is when he went from a 70p forward to a 90 point forward. Context matters. If you are on a team that requires team defense like Boston, you get one 100 point scorer, once per decade and only 4 seasons where a player even reaches 90 points in the last 23 years. I don't see Donato getting 90 points either but I could see him 30G 30A numbers as a top line forward. If Kaprizov ever comes over and plays on a line with Donato, they will be as deadly a top line as any in the league.