Just looked back at their stats as juniors in Finland. Seitsonen outscored all of the others (point per game and overall) in Junior C as a 15 year old. The next year he outscored Nokelainen and Korpiskari overall and on a PPG basis. He had 3 times as many points as K. in just a few more games. Tukonen had moved up to Junior A at that point. But when you consider that Seitsonen is a lot bigger than Nokelainen and Korpiskari AND outscored them at the same age in the same league it really makes you wonder about the Finns who stayed at home. Seitsonen came to the WHL and had 40 points in 71 games as a 17 year old. If you extrapollated the numbers from the previous year in Finland, Nokelainen would have had about 35 points and Korpiskari about 15 in a full WHL season. I think there is cause for concern with the teams that drafted those two, especially Korpiskari who is supposed to be an offensive threat. Was their offense at the U18 purely the result of playing on the line with Tukonen?