Prospect Info: Prospect and Marlies Thread: 2017 - 2018 (continued) Part II

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  1. Walshy7

    Walshy7 Registered User

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    I remember craig button saying had the leafs won the Vesey sweepstakes Nylander would have been traded nearly immediately. Absolute clown button is
     
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    He also led all forwards in ice-time with 19:35. He is a good prospect, and his skating such a thing of beauty.

    2017-18[​IMG] HV71[​IMG] SHL3171320
    His offensive output (0.65 ppg) was legitimately good for a 21 year old in the SHL.
    He was 9th in U24 PPG. Having missed over a 1/3 of the season with injury, it gives a better picture of his production the the traditional leaderboard by points.

    SHL u24 PPG

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    1.[​IMG] Elias Pettersson (C/RW)Växjö Lakers HC442432561.271427
    2.[​IMG] Michael Lindqvist (RW) [​IMG]Färjestad BK332014341.03223
    3.[​IMG] Victor Olofsson (LW/RW)Frölunda HC502716430.8681
    4.[​IMG] Lawrence Pilut (D)HV7152830380.732213
    5.[​IMG] Carl Grundström (LW)Frölunda HC35177240.6988
    6.[​IMG] Victor Ejdsell (C/LW)HV71502014340.68325
    7.[​IMG] Joel Kellman (C)Karlskrona HK511519340.6730-11
    8.[​IMG] Joel Persson (D)Växjö Lakers HC51628340.67817
    9.[​IMG] Pierre Engvall (LW/RW)HV7131713200.651212
    10.[​IMG] Lias Andersson (C)Frölunda HC2277140.64206
     
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    Will Gordeev be an overage player next year?
     
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    I think of it as he got 20 pts in 31 games as a 21 year old in the AHL essentially. We would be pretty pumped with those results I think.
     
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    The Swedes we have drafted since 2013...

    Johnsson (7th round, 2013)
    Nylander (8th overall, 2014)
    Engvall (7th round, 2014)
    Lindgren (4th round, 2015)
    Timashov (5th round, 2015)
    Grundstrom (2nd round, 2016)

    We have gotten great value drafting out of Sweden. You can toss Loov in the mix as well, I would say he exceeded expectations for a 7th round pick too.
     
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    Nope.
     
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    Signing Lindgren to an ATO migbt mean his injury wasnt serious or that its healed
     
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    And LoVerde and Rosen. It could be tough, but Rosen could just bump over to the left side to give Lindgren some time. The Marlies were running with 8 defensemen most of the year (pretty much up until Valiev was dealt) and they had no troubles giving everyone a decent amount of ice time. Shouldn't be too hard to give him some time as well, but I guess that goes to show that it is not that hard to get someone on an ATO even if they do belong to another team.

    Borgman-Liljegren
    Marincin-Lindgren
    Rosen-Holl
    Nielsen-LoVerde
     
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    HockeyDB has Grundstrom not on the active roster for Frolunda, does anyone know why that might be?

    Injured?
     
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    he had knee surgery in November, perhaps a little flair up there?
     
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    I haven't heard of any injury regarding him and he played and scored in the last game of the SHL regular season. Game 1 for Frolunda is on the 19th.

    Edit: HV71 was eliminated today. So we should get a good look at Engvall pretty soon as well.
     
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    From the small sample I've seen, Lindgren is an excellent skater. Once he fills out, he seems like he might be Connor Carrick-ish.
     
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    He has been listed with the asterisk next to name for probably two months now. It shouldn’t be there.
     
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    I dont see the comparison between Lindgren and Carrick.
     
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    Moore - Mueller - Smith
    Greening - Gauthier - Baun
    Marchment - Brooks - Bracco
    Timashov - Plouffe - Clune

    Marincin - Holl
    Borgman - Liljegren
    Nielsen - LoVerde

    Sparks
     
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    Liljegren - Borgman, a pair for the 2nd straight game. They looked great together on Monday.
     
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    Surprised to see Plouffe getting into a game. Good luck to him.
     
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    No, Gordeev was born in 99 so his 'overage' season would be 2019-20 (based on CHL's definition of overager).

    Could be, I guess we'll find out soon.
     
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    7th highest scorer in the AHA this year with 17 goals and 18 asssists in 35 games and a top 20 Hobey Baker nominee. Not bad for a kid who suffered a skull fracture a little over a year ago. Hope he manages to earn a spot, the system certainly needs more solid centre prospects than what we've currently got, and should get some TOI while Aaltonen is still out.

    The Marlies also signed a sniper from Huntsville Ala's NCAA team named Josh Kestner who picked up 24 goals in 37 games. Hopefully he'll make an impact as well with Johnsson now up on the Leafs.
     
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    Convincing Marlie’s win. Sparks with the shutout, most of the offence in the 4-0 win from the vets.
     
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    Did they sign him to an ATO for the rest of this season or are you referring to last year?

    I haven't seen anything regarding this year yet. Has his team been eliminated from the FEL playoffs? I've noticed that he has gotten a TON of ice time this year.

    Engvall's season has ended. Would love to see him get a Marlies ATO asap and bring some more speed into that lineup.
     
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    They signed Lindgren to ATO for the rest of this season. His team didnt make the playoffs.
    He had another good season. He missed more then the last month of the season with an injury. However he signed an ATO so he might be okay now. He played mostly on the top pairing and the 2nd pairing. Didnt have a lot of point production but that had more to do with the team and the system the coach put in.
     
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    The guy is turning 25 this year. It's nice to put up 24 goals in the NCAA, but a handful of guys do this every year as super-aged seniors. They usually put up far more assists as well, even if the team sucks. The chances this guy becomes anything more than an ECHLer are slim, never mind more than an AHLer, so I'd probably give a shot to Dzierkals, Piccinich, Pospisil or even Engvall/Vesey on ATO's before giving him a shot (at least to replace Johnsson). For now the best he gets is maybe a chance over Dupuy to spot guys like Clune on the 4th line, because we probably won't call up someone better from Orlando to do that for only a few games.

    At least Plouffe could be a worthy replacement for some of the centers we likely lose in the ECHL next year, and has some upside. Plus I'd rather put him in at center than Dupuy this year, even if it won't be that often.
     
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    It also looks like Kahun may be going to Chicago, which would suck since he was one of the guys I wouldn't have minded the Leafs targeting to help out their center depth a little bit for next year.

    Although it is not concrete or certain as of yet, so the Leafs may still have a shot at him.
     
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