Discussion in 'Detroit Red Wings' started by Heaton, Jul 2, 2018.
Kivenmäki (#11) vs Eliasson live now:
Kivenmäki has 3 goals, 2 assists in 3 games.
Sweden won 2-1, Larsson 31/32 saves.
2 More Assists for McIsaac tonight in a 6-1 Win... Up to 45 Points in 38 Games
obviously hes super skilled, needs time to figure out the pro game. Will be lethal when he does.
Not far from being the best point-scoring defenceman there....
D'Astous 1.20 (turns 21 in april)
Beaudin 1.18 (turns 20 in october)
McIsaac 1.18 (turns 19 in march) youngest defenceman of the scoring Top3...
--------- rest under 0.90 points per game
I could not be happier with McIsaac's development. I loved the pick at the draft and I lovw it even more now.
I bet Boqvist playing like center
3 RHD on the same PP. I don’t think I’ve ever seen that before
It either says a lot about their D or a lot about their forwards. Nice seeing Regula get the playing time either way.
Starting to wonder if McIsaac might end up being the best of all the young defensemen in the org right now.
I'm trying to temper my "6 NHLers from 2018 draft" thoughts, but it's hard.
2 assists so far for McIsaac tonight
Finished with 3 Assists in a 10-2 Win... Up to 48 Points in 39 Games
Surpassed his point total from last year (47 Points in 65 Games)
Man hes on a tear. His team is pretty stacked but still the offense is good to see. If he was picked top 10 and having a seaosn like he is right now no one would complain. First in points per game for dmen in the Q as well
I see some glimpses of young Zetterberg in here. The way he carries the puck reminds me a lot of him.
Sadly he got hurt later in the game
Not sure if he came back
Just looked at the recap of the game on the Mooseheads site, it says:
Guessing they just held him out because it was a blowout.
Returned to the bench so it can’t be too bad
Since returning from WJC, McIsaac has put up 5G and 21A for 26P in 16GP. That's an insane stat line for a D-man, even in the QMJHL
Highest point per game in the Q amongst dmen and 3rd in the entire CHL (0.01 p/g out of second). Its good to see
21:11 ice time and an assist for Kivenmäki today in Ässät's 4-3 OT win. Most he's ever played in the pro's.
22:39 TOI and 8 SOG for Setkov in a 7-3 loss in the Allsvenskan, that's probably his record ice time too.
Setkov was supposed to stay on loan with IK Pantern for the rest of this season, but now he's been recalled back to Malmö.
Malmö has been struggling lately and they're barely in a playoff spot. I think a big role in the Allsvenskan would have been better for Setkov at this point, he was starting to play quite well there from what I've heard. We'll see what kind of role he's put in with Malmö.
Another Goal for McIsaac tonight in a 7-2 win... His 13th and 49th point in 40 games
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