Capitalfail67

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Forum: Armchair-GMMar 15 at 2:48
Thread: getting by
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Wqrrior</b></div><div>Panik is a failure of a signing in wsh and should be moved. Anderson has the potential to 50 points. He has been isolated on the 4th line under Tortz system. Even if he gets 40 points, that's a massive win. I'd drop Protas and just do the 2nd though. Anderson's value is a pretty large question mark.</div></div>

Anderson would likely be unnecessary since the capitals will more than likely use McMichael or Protas next year to fill the #3rw position. imo Columbus could get a team to give up a similar package for him but Protas has done nothing but improve his stock. I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s one of the better players from the most recent draft. Doesn’t hurt joining a powerhouse team either. Also my opinion on Panik is that he’s very solid on the defensive side of the puck(+16) and he’s shown some offensive flair towards the end of the season. He had 6 points in the last 5 games and was on pace for at least 30 points in a down year. So if Anderson is projected to get 40 in a good to average year and Panik would get let’s assume 35-40 in a good to great year I’d say they are pretty lateral moves at this point. That’s just my opinion on it doesn’t mean I’m right.

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Forum: Armchair-GMMar 13 at 1:31
Thread: Barkov
Forum: Armchair-GMMar 13 at 12:19
Thread: Barkov
Forum: Armchair-GMMar 13 at 11:19
Thread: Barkov
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Sebybbq</b></div><div>Man what are you talking about. The kids haven’t played a single game at pro level and he isn’t dominating the chl. Sure he look good but morgan frost dominate the same way’s in ohl and sam steel was even better with regina. You think that because he have success at 19 in a league where majority of players are hou ger them him make him the best prospect in the world then you don’t know a lot about hockey prospect. Each year there 5-6 mcmicheal. Denisenko have been playing in a thougher league last 2 season and if Button put him a head in the standing there a reason.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>ClockReads2113</b></div><div>I could understand if it was close, but McMichael's NHLe blows Grig out of the freakn water. It isn't even close.</div></div>

Yeah the KHL is a much better league. Leading scorer shipachyov (33years old) or 2nd leading scorer Dmitrij Jaskin who was able to score 8 points in 37 NHL games last year or had a career high of 18 points in 51 nhl games with the blues. 8 points last year in the NHL 63 points in the KHL. How could you for get about NHL superstar Nigel Dawes. Career 4th liner who in 2010 scored 33 points in the NHL. Yes 35 year old Dawes is a top 5 player in this “better” league. 2 players who could barely make it in the NHL are the KHL’s best players. Such a sold point. You are on fire haha

How about instead of focusing on Frost bc it helps you arguement let’s look at Suzuki at the same age scored 94 points in 59games. He has 41 points in 71 NHL games. That’s really solid.

McMichael has 102 points in 52 games. Looks like he’s playing better than Suzuki. Habs fans have him becoming a top 2c in the next few years.