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View Poll Results: How many points will Kyle Quincey finish the season with?

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  • 10-20

    0 0%
  • 21-30

    3 42.86%
  • 31-40

    3 42.86%
  • 40+

    0 0%
  • 19-20 TOI

    0 0%
  • 20-21 TOI

    0 0%
  • 21-22 TOI

    4 57.14%
  • 22-23 TOI

    2 28.57%
  • 23+ TOI

    0 0%
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  1. #1
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    2012/2013 Expectations Edition 4: Kyle Quincey

    2012/2013 Expectations Edition 1: Gustav Nyquist
    2012/2013 Expectations Edition 2: Mikael Samuelsson
    2012/2013 Expectations Edition 3: Niklas Kronwall

    Kyle Quincey

    2008/2009: 72 GP, 38P; 21:00 ATOI LAK
    2009/2010: 79 GP, 29P; 23:40 ATOI COL
    2010/2011: 21GP, 1P; 19:35 ATOI COL
    2011/2012: 72GP, 26P; 21:52 ATOI COL/DET

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    Got him at 21-30 but I guess it'll depend on whose he's paired with.

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    I've actually got him at about 33 points and logging just over 22 minutes a night. He'll need to log more minutes, and I think the offense comes. He was getting lethal on the powerplay throughout the end of the season. He must have hit the post/crossbar on average of twice a night.

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    With the defensive situation as it looks right now I can see him getting 22+ easily a night.



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    I think beginning of season we see 23+ mins a night. Then depending on Smith's progress I could see his minutes coming down to 20-21. Also I'm thinking 28 pts 6 goals 22 assists.

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    I think he'll be around 35 points, 22-23 minutes a night. How he plays is going to be really important this year for sure.
    You need centerman that can play two ways and if they donít play two ways in the end, you canít win, because the guy you are counting on canít get himself on the right side of the puck enough. So sure he can score, he can score but his team loses every night, I didnít know that was the objective. I thought winning was the objective. So if you centers canít play down the middle, and canít play without the puck, you have no chance.
    - Mike Babcock

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