Prospect Info: Marlies and Prospects Discussion - 2018/19 Edition IV

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  1. I am Canadian

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    That would make Liljegren have the most AHL experience at what, 20 years old? Don't think that's too likely to happen.
     
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    Gordeev played on Flint for a majority of the season (which a completely garbage team, and should relocate in the OHL).
    He has above average skating for his height, really got to watch his playoff run to get a true value of what he is/can become.

    Yeah, he is signed for 1 more year in the KHL. (he might have an out-clause, not sure)

    In regards to Joshua, he is a gritty centre that I also think the Leafs may take a flyer on. That being said, I could easily see him being traded too, since his offensive totals have been lack-luster.
     
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    Carcone-Mueller-Bracco
    Grundstrom-Jooris-Gagner
    Marchment-Brooks-Moore
    Engvall-Greening-Gagne
    Timashov

    Rosen-Loverde
    Borgman-Liljegren
    Sandin-Oleksy
    Jardine-Corrado
    LeBlanc-Subban

    Hutchinson-Kaskisuo
    McAdam

    Timashov rotates in regularly until he's likely dealt at the TDL for some sort of upgrade on the Leafs. Jardine and LeBlanc can be kept for as long as Sandin is out, and if Rosen gets a permanent call up, they could become the permanent #3/4 LD for the Marlies.

    I think Keefe at least likes Jardine, although I would imagine that the Marlies would also take the opportunity to add a vet LD with Sandin out long term and Rosen potentially getting a call-up. I would also imagine they'd try to upgrade Jooris in the top 6. If the Leafs decide to keep Hutch as the #3, then they'll likely roll with him and Kaskisuo. If they trade Hutch, they'd want another goalie to pair with Kaskisuo.

    The Marlies can afford to part with Subban and McAdam to get AHL help for sure. Maybe Jooris as well if he's upgraded, but even then the Marlies likely keep him for the 4th line or playoff depth. Timashov would only be used for NHL help. Otherwise, maybe the Marlies consider swapping a low-tier CHL/NCAA/European prospect for more AHL help. They seem to value improving the Marlies, and giving up a prospect they may not even sign to help the AHL team is likely something they will strongly consider.
     
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    I have yet to see him kill a PK in the AHL
     
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    I believe Woll and potential Joshua could be joining the Marlies once their NCAA seasons are over.
    That would be an AHL goalie and potentially a top 9 forward (centre)
     
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    I can't see the Leafs trading Hutch, they will want 2 legit backups in the organization at all times. Woll or Scott is going to play elsewhere
     
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    Would rather see them get another young guy in there to compete for the job like back when they had Sparks, Gibson, and Bibeau.

    Ilya Samsonov has really struggled in the AHL so far this year and has been outplayed by Vanecek. I wonder if he could be had in a swap that could help the Caps NHL team this year.

    If you could have Samsonov, Scott, and Woll all competing for jobs with the Marlies that would be amazing.
     
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    I wonder if Carcone gets a legit shot at camp next year, since he needs waivers to be sent down.
     
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    SeaOfBlue No Leaf Left Behind

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    I think he does. He has earned one. I do not think he would be in the full time lineup, but I'd keep him as a full-time depth forward who comes in similarly to how Ennis came in this year. I think he'd fill that role quite nicely.

    That being said, I would not be terribly upset if he was waived. I doubt he gets claimed, and even if he was, we are talking about a depth scorer who likely does not have a permanent spot with the Leafs and would likely just get traded for a mid-late round pick at best if things turn out perfectly for him.
     
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    I doubt the Caps would be looking to sell low on Samsonov but if they were, I'd be all over that.
     
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    I was really against Samsonov, he posted good numbers on an elite KHL club.

    Got to remember KHL stats can be VERY misleading, specially if you play on SKA or CSKA
     
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    Sure but he has also put up very good numbers in international play.

    He was 17 playing goal in a men's league. He's not a sure thing but I would rank him ahead of Woll and Scott in terms of being a goalie prospect (and I really like Woll and Scott).
     
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    He is a high-end prospect and probably the Caps top prospect, most likely untouchable.
     
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    I would take out Gagner since he isn’t even our property anyway..
     
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    We just traded for Gagne today, (see Klimchuk to OTT)
     
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    I would agree but he's a PPG. Maybe if Timashov gains more consistency?

    He may not be our property, but he deserves to be in the lineup as much as someone like Jooris does. Neither have a future with the Leafs, and it is not like either have history like Greening does either.
     
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    Sam Gagner
     
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    Dzierkals scoring a nice KHL goal, I still like him as a prospect, we will see what happens with him.

     
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    Engvall Mueller Bracco
    Grundstrom Jooris Gagner
    Marchment Brooks Moore
    Timashov Greening Carcone

    Rosen LoVerde
    LeBlanc Corrado
    Jardine Subban

    McAdam

    Engvall has been pretty good on the top line.
     
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    Boutette Been there done that

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    Been watching the Growlers play Adirondack. Fun, and I like the announcer. team up 6-3 and has plenty of speed. Hudson Elyniuk looks like another good free pickup. He's scoring at PPG pace and is a 6'5" center with speed and skill and just 21. I Could see him as a 4C on the leafs in 2-3 years if he keeps up the good work.
     
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    watching the game on my PC so if anything interesting happens I'll get a recording, like this one

     
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    I'm surprised Gagne can't crack the cunucks lineup
     
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    *Gagner

    It's important now!
     
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