Who Has the Best OFFENSIVE Upside?

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  1. Jobu

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    Which of the following will produce the most in the NHL? How close are they?

    Anthony Stewart
    Scottie Upshall
    Aleksander Suglobov
    Jason Pominville
    Ryan Kesler
    Dan Fritsche
     
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    Stewart.
     
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    The best of the bunch is John Q. Fantasy.
     
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    Either 0 or 1 depending on his linemates.
     
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    I said Suglobov, not Lundmark.
     
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    Take it to the fantasy board :p
     
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    I think Anthony Stewart is going to be a huge star in the NHL.

    He has all the tools, and while there is a concern that his success to date has been because he's so much stronger than his opposition right now, I really see him, talent wise, as very comparable to Todd Bertuzzi.
     
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    Suglobov probably has the highest potential offensively, but Stewart has the best potential period.
     
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    What's your problem, is there something wrong with someone posting this thread??
     
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    Sounds really strange for me, because here, in Russia, Suglobov was very often considered as a player with rather limited offenicive upside.
     
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    Really? He's one of the top prospects offensively in the AHL and many believe he'll be the Devils' next Sykora.... Don't know what to say. He's been having injury problems but should return to the Rats soon.
     
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    A vote for Danny Fritsche. He is almost as big as Stewart, and has much more talent.
     
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    Offensive output= Suglobov
    Overall value = Stewart
     
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    Suglobov was allways said to have high offensive abilities but many experts said his hockey sense would hold him back alot. It also didn't help that he was getting 4th line ice time his two full years in the Super League. If anything most peopl would have gotten a clue at the EuroTour where he exploded onto the scene....so much so that he was picked to the World Championships and scored a hatrick in a game. A team in which he may represent this year is healthy since Albany is out of the playoffs.

    BTW I choose Suglobov for offense, Upshall for impact. I still have a warm spot for devilboy.
     
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    Will the defensive minded Devils let Suglobov play outside their defensive system?? If not then I'm going with Fritsche or Stewart for offensive numbers.
     
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    The Devils don't hold back offensive stars as long as they are responsable.
     
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    That defensive system is really holding Elias back this year...

    If Sugs develops into the sniper they want him to be, Elias-Gomez-Suglobov would be a scary top line.
     
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