Gardiner or Teubert

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  1. mcphllp

    mcphllp Dion @ 6.5=Discount

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    Which recently traded defensive prospect will have the better NHL career?

    Who is the better prsopect?
     
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    Teubert AINEC /trolling

    In all seriousness though, I'd take Gardiner, very intriguing skill-set. I feel like there's just so many Colten Teubert's out there.
     
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    Not even close, Gardiner. I've been high on him for 2+ year though.


    Never been a fan of Teubert.
     
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    Teubert
     
  5. mcphllp

    mcphllp Dion @ 6.5=Discount

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    In Tambellini's (sp?) presser a reporter asked about Teubert's struggles, refering to him being a healthy scratch.

    Was the scratch only recent because of the impending trade or has it been a consistent trend for the season?
     
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    Different skill sets, I prefer Teubert a little over Plante, and I love Plante more than Gardiner so Teubert.
     
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    I'd take Gardiner
     
  8. mcphllp

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    I was never impressed by Plante when he was with the Hitmen. Couldnt get over the fact that he was a 1st rounder.
     
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    Gardiner has a much higher cieling. The realistic upside for Teubert is problably a Keith Aulie / Hal Gill type defender, and those guys really aren't that difficult to find. Gardiner may not have the tools (brain) to become a successful NHLer, but if he does, it'll be a better NHLer than Teubert.
     
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    Teubert looks to be the superior defensive player, Gardiner is more of a two-way puck mover.
     
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    I think Jake Gardiner if he pans out for the leafs he'll be something special plus. He is a two way puckmover most probably second PP unit and first PK or second PK unit he can also defend pretty well. Teubert is a very good player too can be a replacement PP guy and a first PK d man
     
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    Ehhh, I think Teubert has a little more upside than those but that's the player he seems to be, probably closer to Aulie though.

    I guess it comes to which player your team needs. Leafs do not need another defensive defensemen so Gardiner is clearly who the Leafs would take. Oilers might like Teubert toughness and value his defense more.

    I think Gardiner has higher upside though.
     
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    I'm quite happy with Teubert.
     
  14. Gardiner by his own coaches word doesn't have any real offensive upside at the offensive level. He moves really well but the hockeysense is supposedly not all there. And obviously now that Teubert is an oiler he's the next Scott Stevens.
     
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    Both very different defensemen but I think Gardiner has a higher ceiling. I'm very happy we got Teubert, hes exactly the type of prospect we needed.
     
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    1. What is the quote?
    2. What does this even mean?
     
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    Wow, really? I'd like to hear the reasonings on Teubert. For me it's Gardiner and it's not even close for me personally, the higher ceiling in both offensive upside, more of a project but an impact player if developed to that high ceiling potential. For me, you can find a lot of Teuberts, but not the skill set of Gardy.
     
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    not a fan of teuberts game, overrated in the world juniors and imo taken in the draft too high, i personally dont think he will be an effective nhler, gardiner has the better tools but will be interesting to see if he can put it all together at the pro level


    imo if they both make the nhl :

    teubert = physical stay at home # 5/6 dman (dime a dozen)
    gardiner = versitile two way #4 dman (still not a top end guy but much more valuable)
     
  19. Sorry, nhl level. My bad dawg. Let me dig up that quote.

    http://www.tsn.ca/columnists/bob_mckenzie/?id=353114

    So what he is is a good puckmoving dman, but his offensive upside is not that high.
     
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    He's not likely going to put up 50 points or anything but could be a solid 30-40 2-way defensemen which is fine with us. He could be a very good partner for Schenn IMO.
     
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    Gardiner has more tools to translate better to the way the NHL is now, does not mean this guarantees him better success, but I would rate him higher because of his natural talent.
     
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    Seems like Gardiner has gone full ****** since becoming Leaf property.
     
  23. arsmaster*

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    Teubert = Nick Schultz, Matt Greene, Douglas Murray, etc

    Gardiner = Jordan Leopold, Jaroslav Spacek,
     
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    It seems like Teubert has gone from being a physical Dman with top 4 potential to a bust over night.

    No offense to Kings fans but I think both Oilers and Ducks fans would tell you that Visnovsky is WAY better than you made him seem. You would have thought Visnovsky was MA Bergeron when he was leaving LA. So I take their opinion with a grain of salt.
     
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    i think gardiners skill is harder to come by, and i agree tuebert is similar to keith aulie, however, i think keith aulie will be better. Gardiner imo is a 2-4 guy who can move the puck while tuebert (dont know much but via tsn) is around a 3-5 guy (projected both) so... but imo Keith Aulie will be better than tuebert will ever be, but thats a leaf fans opinion, however, i am very high on tuebert and suggested him in many trades to the leafs.
     

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