Stat projects 2019-2020 season

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  1. kreidertime

    kreidertime Well-Known Member

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    Should be the best offensive team we have had in years. I suspect Chytil will be benched a lot this year. He's lazy.


    Player G A P
    Panarin 27 53 80
    Zibanejad 41 38 79
    Kreider 35 32 67
    Kakko 28 24 52
    Buchnevich 21 30 51
    DeAngelo 10 41 51
    Kravtsov 19 30 49
    Fox 8 35 42
    Strome 17 23 40
    Howden 12 23 35
    Andersson 15 17 32
    Skjei 7 21 28
    Trouba 10 17 27
    Lemieux 14 12 26
    Chytil 17 8 25
     
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    Might be a little high for DA and low on Trouba in terms of points as well as Zib, who i think will hit 30-40/70. 40g seems alot for him. Could certainly see 20g for Krav.
     
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    Zibanejad will be the shooter on the PP and with a more mature DeAngelo and Panarin setting him up, his goals should be way up.
     
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    I expect a little more from Trouba in the A department. He had 42 assists last year
     
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    I would peg Trouba at around 10-35-45 and Zib at 33-47-80. Kreider and Panarin 30g each. Hopefully Andersson, Howden and Chytil have good soph seasons.
     
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    I don't see Trouba on the PP here with Fox and DeAngelo.
     
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    Put the Chytil horsewhip down dump, if you want to say he ran out of gas I'd agree but for a 19 year old prospect to log 75 games is hardly lazy. he's hands down the best skater on the team, should have had 15 more points if the stone hands his line could finish. I think the most glaring stat among the Rangers players last year was +/- and Chytil's -22 is eye popping but when you see Mika at -12 and the whole team in the minus column except for Tony D (+6), CK (+4), Claesson, McQuade, Brickley (+3), Hayes, Hajek, Belesky (+1). Quinn has to fix defense on this team especially with Hank's continued fossilization.
     
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    kreidertime Well-Known Member

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    Take the blinders off Panzer. He was benched repeatedly by Quinn for a reason. He doesn't play hard consistently. Until I see that, I'm not going to kiss his ass like you.
     
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    Who will be the better (read: more productive) player next season?
    Chytil or Anderson?
     
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    Andersson easy. Game slowed down for him the last 15 games. Unlike Chytil, he has loads of intangibles. If they put him with some decent talent, he should pop for 30-35 points this season and be a mainstay on the PK unit.
     

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