View Poll Results: Tage Thompson average points per year over the next three NHL seasons

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  • Less than 20 points per year

    1 5.88%
  • Between 20 and 29 points per year

    5 29.41%
  • Between 30 and 39 points per year

    9 52.94%
  • Between 40 and 49 points per year

    2 11.76%
  • Between 50 and 59 points per year

    0 0%
  • Average more than 60 points per year

    0 0%
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Thread: Tage Thompson

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    I may have the opportunity to acquire Tage Thompson in my 31 team dynasty league for a reasonable cost. We count G, A, +/-, hits, blocked shots, takeaways, PP TOI and PK TOI. What are people's thoughts on him? Is he going to be a career AHLer, a 4th line guy, a 3rd line guy or will he be good enough to play Eichel?

    How many points will he average per season? What will his peak season be? Will he be useful in the non-point stats?

    Let's try this again with a poll so people don't have to type anything.

    Thank you all for sharing your thoughts.
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    Default Re: Tage Thompson

    I don’t do multi cat leagues so can’t comment on his likelihood of contributing in categories other than points, but I see him as a Chiasson-like player. Goal heavy and in a good season 20 goals and 15 assists.

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    I also picked the 30 to 40 point range. I think playing with Eichel is a long shot at best.

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    Depth scorer with a chance to peak later as bigger forwards normally do. He needs to at least become a competent NHLer soon though before he gets the bust label and stops getting chances.


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    Default Re: Tage Thompson

    To use his size protecting Eichel and Reinhart - take a page from Tom Wilson’s notebook - yes, he’ll get one more opportunity. But the clock ticks. Unlimited chances do not happen. And he’s not worth much at all in trade value, so it’s Buffalo.
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    He's 22 and has played 100 games at roughly 12min per. You haven't been given a chance when you play 12min a game.

    He can easily get in the top 6 if/when he gets the chance. He often impresses me when I watch him play.

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