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    I know it is way too early to predict with any accuracy anything about next season, but the Calder trophy is a bit easier because only a certain number of players, rookies in this case, can win it.

    Nathan MacKinnon just won the Calder for 2013-14. Any early (really early) picks for the Calder next year?

    I am going with a guy on my keeper team, Anaheim's young goaltending stud, John Gibson. The last goalie to win the Calder was Steve Mason in 08-09, and I think Gibson can do it again.
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    It looks like every player on your team will be a rookie next year, no?

    My early guess would be Drouin.
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    I am going to go with Jonathan Drouin with honorable mentions to John Gibson and Johnny Gaudreau for a John-Jonathan-Johnny sweep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakville Squires View Post
    I am going to go with Jonathan Drouin with honorable mentions to John Gibson and Johnny Gaudreau for a John-Jonathan-Johnny sweep.
    You've hedged your bet by saying:" Someone with a name that starts with J." Interesting strategy to look like a genius.
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    I know Drouin has serious upside, but I'll go with an underdog: Max Domi
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    yea drouin or gibson since they will be on good teams and get lots of minutes. i'm sure i am missing an obvious candidate, and chances are someone else wins it anyways.
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    Drouin, Gibby won't get 55+ starts. Anderson proved more than serviceable during the regular season.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bottlenecker View Post
    I know it is way too early to predict with any accuracy anything about next season, but the Calder trophy is a bit easier because only a certain number of players, rookies in this case, can win it.

    Nathan MacKinnon just won the Calder for 2013-14. Any early (really early) picks for the Calder next year?

    I am going with a guy on my keeper team, Anaheim's young goaltending stud, John Gibson. The last goalie to win the Calder was Steve Mason in 08-09, and I think Gibson can do it again.
    How did you know this? Its 8:38 and they just announced the winner of the Calder.

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    Shocker.

    Sam Reinhart is next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Godin View Post
    How did you know this? Its 8:38 and they just announced the winner of the Calder.
    My middle name is God...

    Seriously, NHL Gamecenter sends me instant updates of breaking hockey news as it happens, and I posted shortly after they announced MacKinnon's win.
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    Drouin

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    is kuznetsov eligible?
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    Quote Originally Posted by letangerang58 View Post
    is kuznetsov eligible?
    According to wiki, "To be eligible for the award, a player cannot have played any more than 25 games previously in any single season, nor have played in more than six games in each of two separate preceding seasons in any major professional league." I assume his 5 years in the KHL would make him ineligible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rylant View Post
    According to wiki, "To be eligible for the award, a player cannot have played any more than 25 games previously in any single season, nor have played in more than six games in each of two separate preceding seasons in any major professional league." I assume his 5 years in the KHL would make him ineligible.

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    Barkov played in the Swedish Elite League and was eligible. Ovi played for Moscow Dynamo (pre-KHL days though), and won the Calder. Not sure about KHL, but I can't see them allowing the other leagues and not the KHL.
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