Jets Prospects 2018-2019 Part 3

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  1. KingBogo

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    Because it was just posted a few minutes before I gave a heads up. I always appreciate when others do the same.
     
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    Fair enough.
     
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    I think you’re too focused on stats but we can agree to disagree.
     
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    How do you access those? All I've seen is a one week free trial after you've given them your CC info.
     
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    Maybe just through the app. I never give card info.
     
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    Stats = production.

    If you don’t produce, the team will look for someone that can. Bryan Little is the poster boy for playing well, but if you’re not producing at your expected level in lineup, replacements are sought.
     
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    I watched Minnesota Duluth-Minnesota State tonight, it was a free stream because of the blizzard up there.

    Dylan Samberg
    First of all he played a lot of minutes tonight. I am pretty sure someone in their top 4 has been hurt this weekend therefore he would play some top pair on his offside with Perunovich and some 2nd pair, but basically the poor kid was double shifted this weekend coming off an injury. All while playing 2nd unit PP and 1st unit PK. You could tell he was a little gassed at certain points in the second period. 13 shot attempts , yes. But most were of the non-threatening variety. He created two really good chances for his team 5 on 5. One was a drop pass on a zone entry to a trailing player that was passed to a player in prime position in front of the net but was turned aside by the goalie. The second was a shot from the point that was tipped just wide by his teammate. So he did have some good opportunities for a secondary and primary assist 5 on 5. Defensively 5 on 5 I liked his game. The vast majority of the time he will make the right read to get the puck out of his zone, yes he had one bad zone exit on the night. He also gave up one really bad opportunity 5 on 5 to Minnesota State when he was behind his own net, he was challenged by the opposing player which should have been a clear win for Samberg but it wasn't. The opposing player passed it to the low slot and luckily for Samberg his goalie made the save. He got a primary assist on a PP point shot. It was a really nice shot from the high slot, that I think went off the skate of his teammate and into the net.

    I have watched him a couple times a year since he has enrolled at Duluth. My general thoughts are he won't ever have the super skilled offensive zone game like his teammate Scott Perunovich. But he won't need that type of game to be an effective NHLer in my opinion. Playing well in his own end, exiting the zone effectively, while chipping in offensively will make him a very important player if and when he signs with the Jets. To me if he needs any AHL time it will be very brief.

    Nathan Smith
    This one will be a lot shorter writeup. He really didn't show anything 5 on 5 playing right wing. He had one really good opportunity 5 on 5 to open the 2nd period on a 2 on 1 but his teammate made a horrible pass right into Nathan's skates that Nathan could not corral. Amusingly this came off of Samberg blowing a tire at the Minnesota State blue line. Don't worry it wasn't Samberg's fault. There were comments by the announcer that the ice was too wet from the zamboni. Evidence supported this as another UMD player went down the next draw. I also think Nathan got benched in the 2nd period or he was hurt because he wasn't out there from 15 minutes till 3 minutes left in the 2nd period. Granted MSU was killing 9 minutes of penalties in the 2nd even needing Smith to chip in on PKing a 5 minute major. Now for the impressive plays by him. Both PP goals were a direct result of his play. He played the Scheifele role on the 2nd PP unit. He had a beautiful pass to the front of the net that resulted in the game winning goal. Even more impressive was after coming out of the penalty box ending 4 on 4 and the start of a PP for MSU he had a beautiful cross ice pass to give his teammate a wide open net which was the insurance goal for MSU. His play on the PP giving him two primary points was the reason his team sealed the game.

    It was fun to watch both help their respective teams tonight. Jets for sure have something in Samberg and may have something in Smith.
     
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    Another power play assist for Lundmark today, surprised they're using him there but happy he's producing.

    EDIT: actually given his production over the last season it's not really surprising he's being used there. Fell into the strange narrative here that he's Jacob Cederholm 2.0 because he's Swedish I guess? Despite the fact that Lundmark has out produced him hand over fist at the same ages and is known for being a good skater.
     
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    Certain people will suggest something and posters here will take it for Gospel. I prefer the wait and see approach with any prospect
     
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    Thanks for the great update! Keep them coming!
     
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    Is this the narrative that we're talking about?

    A single poster's opinion posted on draft day? I couldn't find any other references to Cederholm and Lundmark in the same post. Generally, the opinions on him have been unfavorable, but sometimes it's good to have lowered expectations...outperforming them is a nice surprise! :)
     
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    I don’t recall anyone comparing him to Cederholm. Cederholm was a questionable pick because he had nothing going for him but size. Lundmark was viewed as someone who great tools but no hockey IQ. I really don’t see any similarity at all between the two pick.
     
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    PhilJets We are WINnipeg

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    Not 3 then you have to subscribe.
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    How does Chisholm, the highest scoring Junior eligible defenceman in the CHL, not even get an invite to camp?
     
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    Politics I guess. You could tell based on how he was used in the Canada/Russia series that he wasn't being considered.
     
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    Wouldn't mind if Chisholm became super motivated after this snub.
     
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    Literally under the radar. Like, hiding right underneath it so everyone forgot about him :sarcasm:.

    Shades of Connor, but not sure how much more he can do, already over a PPG lol.
     
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    Nikkanen back up with the big club centering the 4th line.
     
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    Lundmark also called up to the big club.
     
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    9 games 0 points for Heinola in Liiga.
     

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