Who has more offensive upside? Tedenby, Strome, Ryan Johansen, or Huberdeau?

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  1. ilikeblocks

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    Tedenby, Strome, Ryan Johansen, or Huberdeau - who do you guys think has the most upside, and who is more likely to achieve it?
     
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    Huberdeau
    Tedenby/Strome/Johansen

    Huberdeau can score 50 goals one day. The other three can be 70-80 pt players on a good year.
     
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    Huberdeau has the most upside and Johanson is the most likely to reach it.

    Tedenby doesn't really fit into this comparison being a couple years older and a winger. Sean Couturier or M. Zbad might make a better comparison.
     
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    Huberdeau
    Strome/Johansen
    Tedenby
     
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    Going in terms of upside:
    Huberdeau
    Strome
    Tedenby/Johansen
     
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    In terms of highest ceiling:

    Huberdeau
    Strome
    Johansen
    Tedenby

    Johansen most likely to reach his potential followed by the other three in idk what order lol.
     
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    I'll go on record now stating Huberdeau will be a bust.
     
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    I wouldnt be shocked.
     
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    I'm really high on Strome. I think he could play on a line with Tavares someday and maybe put up 80+ points.

    Huberdeau is probably about even with him though.
     
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    1. Johansen
    2. Strome
    3. Huberdeau
    4. Tedenby

    ...and Tedenby has 35-45-80 upside. So these are 4 darn good prospects.
     
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    I not saying bust but It wouldnt suprise me if he never reaches 30 goals....IDK why I feel that way I just do.....



    Johansen Then Strome HAve the Highest upside IMO
     
  12. Saugus

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    Tedenby is an odd inclusion in this group.

    Going by pure point producing potential:

    Huberdeau
    Johansen
    Strome
    Tedenby
     
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    I like that list. Exactly how I see it.
     
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    Johansen in my mind without a doubt.
     
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    Completely agreed.
     
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    As others pointed out Johansen is probably the most likely to reach his potential, but in terms of high end ceiling I think Strome and Huberdeau have much higher ceilings(with a bigger chance of busting)
     
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    Tedenby
     
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    I guess I am one of the few who thinks Strome might have the most offensive potential of the lot

    Huberdeau/Strome
    Johansen
    Tedenby
     
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    upside wise i don't see how Tedenby can fit in with these oustanding young forwards, being he is older than them. but, w/e i rank

    Strome
    Johansen
    Hubredeau

    Tedenby
    just on pure upside.
     
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    Johansen
    Huberdeau
    Strome
    Tedenby
     
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    Tednenby is a smallish fast guy....he's prolly OK, but it woudln't surprise me to see another Bergfors on our hands here. Softy Swede meh.
     
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    I agree.
     
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    No, he's better than Bergfors. Bergfors had very little hockey sense, Tedenby has quite a lot of it. Tedenby has also picked up defensive skills better than Bergfors has, which makes it more likely for him to find success on the Devils. Both got tough love from Lemaire, but while Bergfors sulked about it, regressed, and ultimately got traded, Tedenby rose to the challenge, improved, and looks to be a core piece for the Devils' future.
     
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    I wouldn't be shocked at all. I would be shocked if he turns out good IMO. Just has bust written all over him. And I don't know why
     
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    This but its Johansen by a fair margin. I keep saying this but he's the best prospect in hockey besides RNH (and they're both about on par imo).
     

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