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    If he plays the whole season (or close to it), he's a 20-30 point guy next year, IMO.
    Season after that 30-40.


    Crystal ball fully charged.



    He's currently listed on a number of net sources at 204 lbs.
    (Most sources agree in his height, at 6'1" ). Solid, IMO.

    A few sources (including WikiP) list him at 196 lbs, although I suspect those
    are based on older reports.

    In any case, his size/wgt seems suitable for the 3C/4C position.

    Used as a 4C & spot use guy who pops up in different places occasionally,
    would be ideal next for next season, in terms of matchups and growing confidence
    in his offense.


    He'll never be blazingly fast.
    But he seems agile/mobile on his skates to me.
    He is definitely very smart/clever, has underrated hand skills, and plays C
    with visible dedication to patrolling the center lane of the ice as his first priority.

    And the way his pts/game % jumped by 40 or 50% in the AHL
    in only his 2nd year there was a good sign, as was
    his lengthy scoring streak.

    His talent is real.

    We have yet to see more than a taste of O from him so far in the NHL.
    But his past record indicates his offensive production is highly likely to keep growing.

    IMO, he's creative as a playmaker and has a decent scoring touch as well, which should emerge
    over the next couple of seasons.

    It should be fun to watch both he and Iafallo improve over the
    next season or 2.

    Not that either of them will be stars.

    But they should be smart, productive 2-way guys who prove to be
    extremely useful players for the team.

    Amadio, at 22, still has a bit of physical development/filling-out
    to accomplish.

    It would be nice to see him become a support mainstay
    for the team in the near future.
    Last edited by triplcrown; May 21st, 2018 at 06:52 PM.

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