Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Critical91, Jul 16, 2018.
And? What do we infer from this?
Didn't you just criticize others for "only looking at numbers" a couple of posts ago? Then you post this?
You realize that his production went down because so did his ice time correct? The last few games coincide with the return of Ivan Lodnia to the lineup.
That hockey411 is able to do addition using 10 game samples?
I propose that if anyone tries to pass off a sample size of ten games to prove anything they should be stuck with a title that says "Math Genius" for a week.
Shockingly, the nature of the OHL and scorers, in general, means that production will be variant over short samples. The point that was also trying to be proven with these samples completely falls apart. as his scoring remains relatively similar if we were to take the 10 games production seriously.
So what's the low-down on this guy? He's shooting up everyone's rankings into the mid/late-teens it seems. Hadn't heard of him before recently.
Sure looks like Claude Giroux
you do understand it could just be overall progression as the season moves on and players develop, right?
This guy reminds me of Zuccarello.
The way they skate, kinda low level, not the fastest but agile. Both have an above average shot, vision and smarts. Both have small stature.
Tomasino is 6 inches taller than Zuccarello. I also don't think Zuccarello has an above average shot or that the skating is all too similar, but to each their own.
Your math is off. Surprised to see Tomasino listed at 6'0 on eliteprospects. I thought he was shorter. Are the combines number out yet?
He measured in at 5'11 3/4. Zuccarello is listed at 5'7. I've watched him play for years, and thought 5'6.
Tomasino is very fast, one of the fastest skaters in the OHL.
They are both great skater, I said not the fastest like say Cozens or Hughes. I think he is shifty and great on breakaways like Zuccarello is.
I think you're underestimating his speed quite a bit. He's right up there with Cozens.
I think Cozens is the faster in straight line and I think Tomasino is behind him but has more shiftiness and smarts to it. If you're right and he is as fast as Cozens in straight line well damn.
Feels like an islander. Would love to have him. Think a team falls in love with him and he cracks the top15/20
Not out of the question a team reaches for him. I think he’s a DeBrusk type prospect where you know you’re getting a sure-fire NHLer, but no one skill blows you away and the ceiling is therefore a little lower. Some teams will gladly take the safe pick in the 15-20 range.
But who knows? This draft seems to have a lot of different opinions on players.
Yeah all it takes us one team to fall in love and it can change a the whole dynamic of a round.
Tomasino faster top speed in a straight line than Hughes IMO. At least on a screen.
Where does everyone see this guy going?
Between 22 and 26
Hoping the Caps can snag him at 25. We need some forwards in the prospect pool.
Isles need a center in the worst way. If he's around at 23 I can't see us not taking him.
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