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Forum: Armchair-GM 9 nov 2018 à 8 h 09
Sujet: idea
Forum: Armchair-GM 5 nov 2018 à 8 h 28
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>SammyT_51</b></div><div>I just put that in his own words that he probably thinks Nylander is not good.. Johnson is great player!</div></div>

Comparing simple points stats, Nylander is a career 0.73 PPG and 0.75 last year.

It's better than Johnson for sure, but not by some giant margin. Johnson is a career 0.67 PPG and 0.62 last season, and 0.77 this season thus far.

For a comparable of Nazem Kadri who every Leafs fan thinks is the best 3C in the league (I live in the GTA, all they have done is praise him and the Leafs centre depth this offseason)
Kadri is a career 0.64PPG, 0.69 last season, and 0.57 this year. His numbers and Johnsons are very comparable. Lots of people like to praise Kadri's defensive side of his game and I'll give him credit. He is better at faceoffs than Johnson. a comparable of 50.1% to Johnson's 48.7%, but many of Johnson's are taken shorthanded in the defensive zone compared to Kadri who has only taken shorthanded 2 over the past couple of seasons. Also to use an advanced statistic, of SAT percentages since they both get a lot of defensive weight on their lines, Johnsons SAT Percentages are 49.30% which is nothing great, but Kadri's is 48.95%, there's not a glaring difference between these 2.

Overall what I'm saying is If you think Johnson isn't a 3C, then Kadri wouldn't be either. The margin between these 2 is very very slim if anything.

So no it isn't a fair offer. I'd rather keep a 3C, Top Prospect, and 2nd Rounder over someone who is at best a top winger or 2C.
Forum: Armchair-GM 2 nov 2018 à 15 h 08
Forum: Armchair-GM30 oct 2018 à 16 h 14
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>The_Real_FBGM_37</b></div><div>Guy also said about Kaliyev:
"This one is looking bad for me right now since Kaliyev is widely considered a riser, not a faller, with the way he’s lighting up the OHL — most rankings have him closer to 10th than 50th as of today, and certainly in the top 31 as a consensus first-rounder. At the time of my rankings, he was already off to a hot start through a handful of OHL games, but I was down on Kaliyev after he failed to impress me at last season’s Memorial Cup and underwhelmed again at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup this summer. In those tournaments, against elite competition, Kaliyev wasn’t much of a difference-maker, but he’s dominating in the OHL and thus deserving of a higher ranking going forward. In hindsight, I probably should have kept Kaliyev up with Nolan Foote in the late first-round range or at least with Samuel Poulin in the early second-round range. Truth be told, I moved Kaliyev around quite a bit before settling on a grouping with Tag Bertuzzi and Sasha Mutala based on skill-set, but based on production Kaliyev will be back on the rise for my November rankings. There’s no disputing, he’d be a first-rounder if the draft was held today so, barring a drop-off, I’ll be adjusting accordingly. If I could use a mulligan for October, it’d be on Kaliyev."</div></div>

Lol. I'll give him the Mem Cup, all of Hamiltons scoring fell off a cliff there with a million post hits, but whoever you're quoting must've not watched him at the Hlinka. 3G, 3A, 6PTS, in 5 Games for 2nd in scoring on Team USA. Kid did good.