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  2. It’s that time of year again, folks. We begin our eighth annual Cult of Hockey Edmonton Oilers prospects series a month earlier than we did one summer ago Cam Talbot Jersey, as there were none of those pesky playoff games to divert our attention this spring. As was the case last summer, in 2018 we have identified 38 players on the Oilers’ extended roster who meet our single criterion — eligibility for the Calder Trophy. In one sense not much has changed, as not a single player who was on our list last summer has played his way off of it by officially burning through his rookie status. Only Pontus Aberg was an official NHL rookie last season, and he’d already surpassed the GP threshold well before the Oilers acquired him at the trade deadline. That said, a number of players have left the organization, to be replaced by a like number of newcomers, be they draft picks like Evan Bouchard, free agent signings like Cameron Hebig, or trade acquisitions like Cooper Marody. One thing that has changed in 2018 is we have upgraded our rankings system by adding a couple of knowledgeable prospectophiles to our homegrown trio of David Staples, Kurt Leavins, and myself. This year we welcome the input of Matt Mosewich of EDM Prospect Watch Twitter account and Sean Patrick Ryan of The Oil Knight blog who have graciously agreed to round out our team of voters. We will count down the top 25 prospects in due course, but we open the series in our usual fashion with a trio of posts providing briefer updates on what we’ll refer to as “depth prospects”. Today, the wingers 28 Patrick Russell, age 25, 6’1, 205 lbs, 2016 UFA signing. For the second straight year, Russell played all 68 games for Bakersfield Condors, and showed enough to earn a one year extension at season’s end. He improved his boxcars across the board from a paltry 8 9 17, 8, 22 PiM to 14 13 27, 1, 48 PiM. That was good enough for fourth on the team in goals and fifth in assists. He showed enough to earn the invite to the World Championships, which were played right in his native country of Denmark. By eye he played an effective grinding game, though he failed to find the scoresheet in 7 games. The Cult of Hockey‘s David Staples monitored Bakersfield games this past season and had these observations on the right shooting right winger back when he was extended “Russell isn’t much of an NHL prospect, more of a career AHLer, but having seen him in more than a dozen AHL games this year and last, I have always been impressed with his hustle. He has little quit in him. He skates as hard as he can and takes the man.” Expectations for 2018 19 Further improvement in minor pro, with an outside chance at a call up for fourth line and penalty kill duties. 35 Nolan Vesey, age 23, 6’0, 212 lbs, 2018 trade acquisition Peter Chiarelli has traded for no fewer than four prospects in 2018, including goalie Hayden Hawkey, centres Cooper Marody and J.D. Dudek, along with left winger Vesey. Weirdly, each is a former sixth round NHL draft pick; less weirdly https://www.edmoilersfans.com/kris-russell-jersey-c-4.html, each was learning his craft in NCAA at the time of his acquisition, in his early 20s and several years out from his initial draft year. Clearly Peter Chiarelli was in search of more mature prospects to pump into the system quickly. Vesey is one such, acquired from Toronto one month ago and immediately signed to a two year https://www.edmoilersfans.com/laurent-brossoit-jersey-c-2.html, two way contract. He’d recently completed his senior season at University of Maine, where the left winger finished third in team scoring with 25 points in 37 games. That was pretty similar to two previous college seasons in the mid 20s, while he had wound up a minus player in all four of those seasons. Not a lot that screams “future NHLer” but presumably the Oilers had seen something that enticed them to invest the low low price of a conditional 7th round pick in 2020 in order to get a living, breathing hockeyist into the system right away. As you can tell from his ranking, our panel is decidedly in “show me” mode. One observer who has seen him is Maple Leafs prospect expert Jeff Veillette, who wrote this precis last fall in ranking Vesey 37 in the Toronto system. Vesey is a pretty uneventful player. He’s not particularly big or small, he’s a capable skater but not to the point of bragging rights, and talk of his two way game seems to be closer to “not great or awful at anything” more than it is a preface before he starts flanking Nazem Kadri on the shutdown line. Expectations for 2018 19 Find some sort of regular role in Bakersfield. 36 Patrik Siikanen, age 18, 6’1, 198 lbs., 195th overall pick in 2018 NHL Draft Described as playing a big man’s game, Siikanen is still filling out physically, as might be expected from a kid with a 2000 birthday. Check out this video from the Five Nations U 18 tournament last November in which Siikanen 36 white notched a brace vs. Switzerland. A rebound, a deflection. Nothing pretty, but as the old saying goes, garbage goals count the same as the other ones. He’s noted for his net front and puck protection skills, on the other hand “skating is an issue”. Acccording to Oilers’ Director of Player Personnel Bob Green back on draft day, Siikanen is “A hard working kid, our guys in Europe really liked him, bigger guy, hard working, has some skill. Again, we have some time on him now to develop over there, he’ll play in the Men’s league next year. We’ll see how he develops”. Expectations for 2018 19 Continued development in Finland, with an outside shot at making the World Junior team. 38 Aidan Muir, age 22, 6’4, 212 lbs, 113th overall pick in 2013 NHL Draft Five years out from his draft date, Muir has never signed a contract with the Oilers and almost certainly never will. They have until Aug 15 to do so, now that he’s completed his senior season at Western Michigan and is set to become an unrestricted free agent on that date. Last year we wrote of this player Expectations for 2017 18 Long shot needs a big finish to his college career to earn consideration for a contract offer. The needed big finish never materialized. Muir posted just 4 goals and 12 points in 27 games https://www.edmoilersfans.com/andrej-sekera-jersey-c-3.html, indeed he scored just 14 times in 118 NCAA appearances, managing a career best 6 9 15 as a freshman and falling back from that modest high water mark. What we have here is a failure to launch. Our Cult of Hockey rankings over the years capture that, as Muir ranked 32nd among 39 eligibles in 2013, then gradually spun backwards from there 32 of 36 in 2014, then 29/33, 34/36, and 37/38 a year ago. This year he is rock bottom at 38/38, and a near unanimous choice at that. This is one that just didn’t work out. Whatever else happens in his career and life, Muir will always have this moment of brilliance from back in his USHL days Expectations for 2018 19 Precious few. If he is to pursue a pro career, the big winger may need to catch on in the ECHL or Europe. It would be a significant surprise if the Oilers were to sign him before the Aug 15 deadline.
  3. The New York Rangers are without a captain for the first time since the end of the 2013 14 season. However, they shouldn’t feel the need to rush right into naming a new one. The New York Rangers finished the 2017 18 season without a captain after trading former captain Ryan McDonagh to the Tampa Bay Lightning. The last time the Rangers finished a season without a captain was after they traded away Ryan Callahan to Tampa. The last time the Steven Kampfer Jersey Rangers played a full season without a captain was the 2005 2006 season. This was the only full season in Rangers history that they were captain less. However, they did manage to go 44 26 12, total 100 points and making they playoffs. Only four NHL teams played last season without a captain. They were the Arizona Coyotes, Buffalo Sabres, Toronto Maple Leafs and Las Vegas Golden Knights. Where were the Knights a few weeks ago? Oh yea, the Stanley Cup Finals. You look around at all of the captains in the NHL right now and most of these players have superstar status. It is not uncommon for many of them to be top scorers either. Jamie Benn, Connor McDavid and Sidney Crosby to name a few. The Rangers should not name a captain for next season UNLESS Mats Zuccarello is still on the team. Zucc stays a Ranger So let’s assume that the Rangers decide not to move Mats Zuccarello after not trading him at the draft like 4/9 members of the BLS team predicted. He is a shoo in to be the next captain of the Rangers. Zucc has been the team’s top scorer for four of the past five seasons, but plays more grittier of a game than his numbers show. Despite only having one fight under his belt https://www.rangersnyfans.com/customize-jersey-c-24.html, he isn’t afraid to stand up for himself or his teammates. Zucc doesn’t let size get in the way and he isn’t afraid of getting under anyone, and everyone’s skin. A selfless player who doesn’t let their size get in the way, who does that sound like? Oh yea; former Rangers captain Ryan Callahan. If they trade Zucc Without Mats Zuccarello the Rangers don’t really have anyone deserving of wearing the “C”. Taking a look at the roster as it stands https://www.rangersnyfans.com/blank-jersey-c-25.html, the Rangers don’t have enough experienced candidates. Let’s take a look at Marc Staal. Everyone knows that Staal hasn’t been the same player since taking a puck to the eye. Despite being the longest tenured Ranger aside from Henrik Lundqvist, he can’t have the “C”. A leader leads by example, Staal’s been average at best the last few seasons. How about Kevin Shattenkirk? Well, as a result of missing half the season due to injury https://www.rangersnyfans.com/pavel-buchnevich-jersey-c-23.html, he’s still too new to the team to be named captain. How would some of the players who’d been around longer react if the new guy got the captaincy? If goalies were allowed to be captains, then Henrik Lundqvist would get it without a doubt, but that’s not allowed.
  4. The Tampa Bay Lightning have extended Nikita Kucherov contract and his contract could be pivotal in the future of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Last year, Kucherov https://www.tormapleleafsfans.com/eric-fehr-jersey-c-21.html was phenomenal for the Toronto Maple Leafs’ rival, the Tampa Bay Lightning. The 25 year old had his best season in the NHL. In 80 games played, he registered 39 goals, 61 assists, 8 PPG, 36 PPP and a 14 S . After the outstanding season that he head, Steve Yzerman, the general manager of the Lightning knew that he needed to extend him. Kucherov’s current deal was set to expire next summer. So, Yzerman got to work. Yzerman, Kucherov and Kucherov’s representatives worked out a new 8 year deal. For the next 8 seasons, Kucherov will earn 9.5 million USD AAV. Roughly a three hour flight from Tampa, the Toronto Maple Leafs are in a similar situation. The Maple Leafs need to re sign William Nylander and Mitch Marner. With the Kucherov contracted signed and sealed, his contract has implications on what the financials could look like for Marner and Nylander. Yes https://www.tormapleleafsfans.com/tyler-bozak-jersey-c-23.html, Auston Matthews needs a new contract as well, but you’d have to figure that he’d earn more than Kucherov. Matthews will most likely get a similar contract to what Connor McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers was given. McDavid is in the first year of his new contract and is earning an AAV of 12.5 million USD. Before we go down that rabbit hole https://www.tormapleleafsfans.com/connor-brown-jersey-c-22.html, let’s pause. Let’s jump back to Kucherov, Marner and Nylander for the duration of the post. Based on the performance of Marner and Nylander, you’d have to figure that they wouldn’t earn as much as Kucherov. My prediction is that they’d earn a little bit more than what Winnipeg Jets forward, Nikolaj Ehlers signed. Ehlers had signed a 7 year deal worth 6 million USD AAV. I figure that Nylander and Marner would earn something in between both Ehlers and Kucherov. So, perhaps that would be 7 million or 8 million USD AAV. Earlier, I spent some time researching Ehlers, Kucherov, Marner and Nylander’s stats on NHL.com and hockey reference.com. If you look at the tweet below, you’ll see that Marner and Nylander’s production from last season was better than Ehlers but lesser than Kucherov’s. Personally, if I were Kyle Dubas, I’d give Marner 8 million AAV for 7 years. In his short time in the NHL, Marner has proven to be prolific 5×5 and on the power play. He’s shown to be a strong playmaker and if he is on the same line with John Tavares, his numbers are only going to rise. If you look at Ian Tulloch of The Athletic’s post on Tavares, he shows that when Tavares plays with a winger that the winger will post higher offensive numbers. In terms of Nylander, I’d give him an 8 year deal. Mainly because I’m sure the Toronto Maple Leafs would rather have the trio’s contracts expire at the same time. With an 8 year deal, the Maple Leafs can offer Nylander slightly less. I think he’d get 7 million AAV. Some Toronto Maple Leafs fans will say that Nylander should get the same contract that Ehlers received, but I wouldn’t. If you look at the Winnipeg Jets and compare them to the Toronto Maple Leafs Connor Carrick Jersey, you’d see that Nylander means more to the Maple Leafs than Ehlers means to the Jets.