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So Devils fansTyce Thompson is currently our best prospectHow we feel

Created by: Devilsfan101
Initial Creation Date: Jan 11, 2020
Published: Jan 11 at 7:28 pm
Team: 2019-20 New Jersey Devils
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$1,800,000
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Rooney, Kevin
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Hughes, Jack
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Hischier, Nico
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Jan 11 at 7:29
#1
Jaromir_Jagr_the_leg
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What happened to ty smith?
Jan 11 at 8:24
#2
Thread Starter
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Quoting: Nikolay_Zherdev
What happened to ty smith?


Ty Smith is really good but Tyce Thompson is 2nd in scoring in the NCAA and leading the goal scoring category
Jan 11 at 9:23
#3
Servant of Chaos
Joined: Jan 2016
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Pretty good, because you have Ty Smith & Jack Hughes.

(Even if Kakko's better)
Jan 11 at 9:25
#4
Billy739
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Quoting: Devilsfan101
Ty Smith is really good but Tyce Thompson is 2nd in scoring in the NCAA and leading the goal scoring category

It means nothing until one of the 4 breaks they have a season and all teams are at the same amount of games player .

NCAA operates scheduling around class with school coming first as opposed to Canadian junior where many leave school to focus on hockey and home school . NCCA prospects as a result are rarely prepared to jump to the NHL directly because they arent prepared to play 10 months a year with few breaks. That would be almost barable if they played a real playoff format instead of the round robin non sense.

before the break Caufield was tied with 6 guys for 2nd with 1 goal less then Thompson&Co .
behind Thompson,Madden , Wilkie and Leonard who were tied for first in goals scored


Thompsons good but lets be real , of the top 10 NCAA goal scorers maybe 3 will make the NHL , another 4-5 will make the AHL and 1-2 will leave for europe like most NCAA top 10 goal scorers (look at the last 3 years of NCAA goal scorers stats and look at where most of them are now )
Jan 11 at 9:32
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Billy739
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Quoting: FreeTacosAreBestTacos
Pretty good, because you have Ty Smith & Jack Hughes.

(Even if Kakko's better)


Quoting: FreeTacosAreBestTacos
Pretty good, because you have Ty Smith & Jack Hughes.

(Even if Kakko's better)


Same Production rate offensive but in less games and the edge defensively goes to Hughes as does . Opponents score more when Kakko's on ice then if Hughes is .
A Center who scores goals as consitently as a Winger praised for his goal scoring acumen will add value that confirms Hughes >Kakko
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Jan 11 at 10:05
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Quoting: Billy739
It means nothing until one of the 4 breaks they have a season and all teams are at the same amount of games player .

NCAA operates scheduling around class with school coming first as opposed to Canadian junior where many leave school to focus on hockey and home school . NCCA prospects as a result are rarely prepared to jump to the NHL directly because they arent prepared to play 10 months a year with few breaks. That would be almost barable if they played a real playoff format instead of the round robin non sense.

before the break Caufield was tied with 6 guys for 2nd with 1 goal less then Thompson&Co .
behind Thompson,Madden , Wilkie and Leonard who were tied for first in goals scored


Thompsons good but lets be real , of the top 10 NCAA goal scorers maybe 3 will make the NHL , another 4-5 will make the AHL and 1-2 will leave for europe like most NCAA top 10 goal scorers (look at the last 3 years of NCAA goal scorers stats and look at where most of them are now )


good point thats fair. I'm really hoping Thompson is good tho. We desperately need a good winger.
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Jan 12 at 12:01
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Servant of Chaos
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Quoting: Billy739
Same Production rate offensive but in less games and the edge defensively goes to Hughes as does . Opponents score more when Kakko's on ice then if Hughes is .
A Center who scores goals as consitently as a Winger praised for his goal scoring acumen will add value that confirms Hughes >Kakko


The joke



Your head
Jan 12 at 9:00
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I don't think Thompson is currently #1....or even in top-5. But his scoring rate has been impressive this year. He could jump into tier II soon.

This is how I would list top Devils best prospects as of 1/12/2020:

Tier I
1. Ty Smith, LHD
2. Kevin Bahl, LHD

Tier II
3. Daniil Misyul, LHD
4. Mike McLeod, C
5. Nick Merkley, C

Tier III
6. Mikhail Maltsev, C/W
7. Tyce Thompson, C
8. Nikola Pasic, C/W
9. Aarne Talvitie, W
10. Nathan Bastian, W

Tier IV
11. Nate Schnarr, C/W
12. Reilly Walsh, RHD
13. Graeme Clarke, W
14. Marian Studenic, W
15. Xavier Bernard, LHD

(Joey Anderson would be top of tier III if he still had prospect eligibility)
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Jan 13 at 2:13
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Billy739
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Quoting: NHLfan10506
I don't think Thompson is currently #1....or even in top-5. But his scoring rate has been impressive this year. He could jump into tier II soon.

This is how I would list top Devils best prospects as of 1/12/2020:

Tier I
1. Ty Smith, LHD
2. Kevin Bahl, LHD

Tier II
3. Daniil Misyul, LHD
4. Mike McLeod, C
5. Nick Merkley, C

Tier III
6. Mikhail Maltsev, C/W
7. Tyce Thompson, C
8. Nikola Pasic, C/W
9. Aarne Talvitie, W
10. Nathan Bastian, W

Tier IV
11. Nate Schnarr, C/W
12. Reilly Walsh, RHD
13. Graeme Clarke, W
14. Marian Studenic, W
15. Xavier Bernard, LHD

(Joey Anderson would be top of tier III if he still had prospect eligibility)


i love this

i got no objections either .

Now do MTL hahahaha
 
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