Discussion in 'Polls - (hockey-related only)' started by Filthy Dangles, Oct 19, 2018.
Who would you rather have moving forward?
I go with Tkachuk personally. They’ll probably end up with similar point totals but I think he brings more to the table.
Ehlers has speed to burn but I love Tkachuk’s willingness to do whatever it takes to win. He has such a complete game already and he will only get better.
Unless Ehlers puts his mental game together, I'd say this is pretty easily Tkachuk. If your goal is a Cup and not regular season points anyway
"Neither" - Jim Benning
Wouldnt even be surprised to see Tkachuk out score Ehlers over his career. 48 points in his rookie year (52 point pace) and 59 point pace last year. Wouldnt be surprised to see him hit high 60s/low 70s this year. Hes a really smart player.
This hurts. I voted Tkachuk - also hurts.
Probably pretty close now but gimme Tkachuk moving forward
Ehlers is slightly more talented I would say. But Matt Tkachuk will lead you headfirst into battle.
Tkachuk is so gritty and doing whatever it takes to win. Players with his desire dont come along that often. Smart, skilled and an ******* is very tough to play against...
Tkachuk moving forward.
Ehlers is way overrated.
Ehlers is a great player.
Guys like Tkachuk are a dying breed. Hard not to vote for a player like him.
Tkachuk any day... I would LOVE to have him on the Leafs, not happening though :/
Guys like Ehlers, Nylander and Tkachuk are good young players......But give me Tkachuk over the other two.
Yeah, Tkachuk is also friends with Matthews. Would love to have a guy like that in Toronto!
Man, did Edmonton ever screw up taking that bust over Tkachuk.
Edmonton is just a screw up in general tbh
Ehlers has oodles of skill and is fun to watch, but it’s not close for me.
Connor to Tkachuk is more close.
It's weird that you brought Nylander into this.
Anyways, I take Tkachuk, but not by much. I think Ehlers is playing below his potential right now so it's a bad time to ask. Ehlers does seem to be more reliant on linemates.
I brought in players from the two teams I follow, not unusual to me.
Any skill advantage Ehlers may have is offset by Tkachuk's physicality and ability to get in the opponents head.
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