Highest NHL Point Production Potential

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  1. bossy22

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    In their primes, pls rank these prospects based soley on NHL point production.

    A. Picard (CLU)
    J. Tambellini (NYI)
    A. Kostitsyn (MON)
    B. Little (ATL)
    M. Frolik (FLA)
    L. Tukonen (LAK)
    R. Nilsson (NYI)
    M-A. Pouliot (EDM)

    I'd rank them

    Little
    Frolik
    Nilsson
    Tambellini
    Kostitsyn
    Tukonen
    Pouliot
    Picard
     
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    Frolik
    Little
    Tukonen
    Nilsson
    Pouliot
    Kostitsyn
    Picard
    Tambellini
     
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    Frolik
    Little
    Pouliot
    Tambellini
    Tukonen
    Kostitsyn
    Nilsson
    Picard
     
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    IMO Kostitsyn need to be higher than that , if he start to produce in the NHL he could be a 30 goal scorer , he really has the shot of elite NHL just need to work on his consistency.


    Frolik
    Little
    Kostitsyn
    Nilsson
    Tambellini
    Tukonen
    Pouliot
    Picard
     
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    M. Frolik (FLA)
    B. Little (ATL)

    J. Tambellini (NYI)
    M-A. Pouliot (EDM)
    R. Nilsson (NYI)

    A. Kostitsyn (MON)
    A. Picard (CLU)
    L. Tukonen (LAK)
     
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    Frolik
    Little
    Nilsson
    Pouliot
    Kostitsyn
    Tambellini
    Tukonen
    Picard
     
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    Folks, The kings traded Tambellini and NOT Tukonen. ;)

    That should say something.

    Tambellini is also 2,5 years older.
     
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    I see everyone listing Frolik as having the highest pts potential. What in terms of stats are we looking at?
     
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    maybe on there current streak, but your way off on point POTENTIAL, Pouliot, Tambellini and Nilsson more points then Kostitsyn? no way
     
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    Shouldn't Tukonen be higher on these lists?
     
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    Pouliot and Nilsson are better players than Kostitsyn no doubt. Not sure about Tambellini thought.

    EDIT: Ok i think you mixed the meaning of potential and upside. In terms of upside I guess Kostitsyn is as high as Nilsson and Tambellini, and higher than Pouliot...
     
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    Okay, I say little. One because I'm obiously a homer. However, he will be Ilya Kovalchuks center and dishing the puck to Hossa on the powerplay. Sorry but that puts him over the top.
     
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    I don't think anyone expects Tukonen to be a huge goal scoring threat. He does everything good but nothing great. I see 20 goals while being a solid all around player.
     
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    It's like asking for next weeks lottery numbers. Someone might get it right, but this is pretty pointless.






    Because you guys underrate Tukonen.
     
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    20 goals is not that much for a guy that was picked #11 in the first round. I doubt he would have been ranked in most draft guides as a top 10 pick if he only had the potential to be a two way 20 goal scorer. Didn't people say that he was the most talented Fin since Selanne?
     
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    And Milan Kraft was the best Czech since Jagr. Doesn't mean anything.
     
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    B. Little (ATL)
    R. Nilsson (NYI)
    M. Frolik (FLA)
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    L. Tukonen (LAK)
    J. Tambellini (NYI)
    M-A. Pouliot (EDM)
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    A. Kostitsyn (MON)
    A. Picard (CLU)

    Picard will be a decent checking line forward, Kostisyn, I doubt he amounts to much, he has the potential to be an alright 2nd liner i guess, but thats unlikely imo. I may be a little high on Nilsson, but the kid has supreme skill.
     

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