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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>drewjenks</b></div><div><strong>"Carcone was a good AHL player but had no NHL potential and took up space from Utica Comets rookies".</strong>

Please explain how you <strong>know</strong> that a 22 year old with 17 points in 20 AHL games has <strong>no NHL potential ?</strong>

Especially since he has drastically out-played: <strong>Jonah Gadjovich, Kole Lind, Brendan Gaunce, Jonathan Dahlén and Petrus Palmu</strong> this year...</div></div>

Gladly

First of all, Dahlen has been immense for Utica and in no ways has been outplayed by someone who’s been in the AHL for quite a few years.

It is also unfair to state the claim that Carcone outplays the rookies. They’re rookies for a reason. Michael Carcone is 22 years old and has several years of professional experience over these guys, so it’s quite obvious he gets more playing time and produces more.

As for his potential, perhaps a more articulate way to say what I meant was he had no future in Vancouver. Horvat, Boeser, Pettersson, Goldobin, Baertschi, Gaudette, Virtanen are 7 building blocks of the future currently on the roster. Eriksson, Beagle, Sutter, Roussel are veterans locked up on multi-year contracts. Dahlen is a lock to be with the team soon, and then many other prospects have a lot of NHL potential including Kole Lind, Jonah Gadjovich, Petrus Palmu, Lukas Jasek, etcetera. Please tell me where Carcone fits in here?

PS: Brendan Gaunce is worth absolutely nothing, not sure why he’s even mentioned
Forum: NHL Trades 3 déc 2018 à 14 h 21