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final report card: richard bachman and brandon davidson led the way for oilers farm team in playoffs - a smart board
OKC nobles are out, so it's time for each player's last transcript.
Here's a list of their names, grades, and even strength scoring opportunities.
Minus each game, the difference between the even number of strength scoring opportunities they help create and the mistakes they make in scoring opportunities.
Richard Buckman, A: In July, Buckman was 28 years old, but he had one.
953 in the playoffs. If he were 6-feet, 5-
Inch, not 5-feet, 10-
We will say that he is a possible candidate for the oil dealer next season.
Bachman did well and each game gave his team the chance to win.
He made few mistakes that led to the goal.
Brandon Davidson 1
3 scoring opportunities per game: 23-year-old Davidson played clever, tenacious hockey throughout the playoffs and moved the puck well even under pressure.
He has developed the trick of passing the ball correctly, which is exactly what he needs to do as a tanker.
He will adapt well to the bottom.
Next year, or as the seventh d-man.
Mainly on the left. defence. His +1.
D-3 scoring opportunities per game
Men are an outstanding number.
If the defender scores in this category, he can finish the task, but Davidson plays a leading role in the fierce AHL game.
He's ready for the next step.
Nurse adannell, +0. 8.
The nurse hit the lightning second.
Played well with Jordan Osler.
He has hockey on his stick, and he is the most dangerous Noble player.
He showed more confidence and demeanor than last season's inconsistent performance with the Baron.
Another player ready for the next step.
What's the use of his shot this summer?
He will get his chance, but he needs more hammers if he is going to score.
Matt Ford, B, 18. Best two-
The way forward for the Baron.
Ford, 29, is a smart, active and skilled veteran at AHL level.
Based on his
In the ice game, the Oilers should bring him back next season to lead their AHL team.
Greg Chase, B, 2.
3: Showed a lot of courage, skill and determination on the wing and tried to get to the top of the list in the last game.
Chase, 20, takes at least a year at AHL, but oil workers may be in the third year.
Will have to work hard on his board and defensive awareness, not to mention his exciting skills, but add some enthusiasm to the Baron's playoff offense. His +2.
3 is a good number for the winger.
B. Ryan Hamilton, 2.
He was strong at first but faded a little.
Still, a whole strong two
The efforts of the big winger.
When he is on the ice, good things usually happen. Brand Hunt, B-, -0. 2.
Even at AHL level, he's a bit of a messy player. star.
Good attacker, especially his evil shot in power game, but could be out
Developed muscles for ice hockey, caught.
Conor and Coran Jones3 and +1. 6, B-and B-.
In many competitions, Jones, Jones and Ford have too many companies for the opposition.
I expect Jones boy to have a good scoring year at AHL level next year.
They are fast, smart, tireless, agile.
Too bad, they are too small, lack a little skill, and by the age of 24, they are old for potential customers.
But they can be two.
The top six AHL strikers.
B-Jordan Osler, 0. 0.
Oesterle is an excellent skater and hockey player.
Like malinkin, if he suddenly wants to play a harder and worse game, he will be a better NHL prospect.
In fact, he has a chance, but at least he needs to stay in AHL for another year.
Andrew Miller, C, 1.
Josh Winquist of 0 and C. 12.
Miller had a fantastic NHL match with Anton Rand and Taylor Hall, but his OKC line was a bit disappointing in the playoffs.
25-year-old Miller and 21-year-old teammate Josh Winster never really found a center to work with, although Jujhar Khaira showed off the flash at the end.
Both Miller and winquest have a lot of technology and will be the AHL level scorer next year.
More than this.
Winkester has a good hand and is still young, so maybe he will be surprised.
However, he needs to add something to his game.
There are many skills for oil workers.
Jujhar Kaila, C, month. 4.
Not a good chance to score.
Negative for a center, mainly because Khaira still has a way to read the script about defense and cover his people properly.
He often reads slowly, checks slowly on his shoulders, and shoots slowly.
But he has a real commitment.
If you're looking for a big, tough, fast fourth-line striker who can hit, he's a good career prospect. His puck-
The processing capacity is also very strong.
This is an exciting prospect in some ways, but he needs to strengthen his mental game and intensity on defense to take the next step while continuing to improve the offense.
David moonsier, C-0. 3.
Good scoring opportunities too-minus for a d-man.
Muriel played his best hockey game in Game 7.
He's a tough, nasty existence that moves the puck very well.
If he does this for the entire playoffs, I'll give him a B.
But sometimes he is tentative and slow.
He needs to improve his intensity, so it's more in Game 7.
Still, he has a chance as NHLer, and another AHL season will give him a good performance.
Kyle Praze, C, 1. 0.
He did not see the wrong place, but did not stand out in a positive way.
Flash through some tips
I need to play a tough, defensive hockey game, which is a challenge for many of these prospects.
Mitch Moroz, C, 13.
He still needs a lot of work for skating,
There is some ice effort.
C. Laurent brossult
The first game was strong and then shaky man took over.
Broissoit should be the main starter for the AHL team next year.
Jason Williams. , +1. 1.
He's fine, but he's fine.
The top team needs to do more if the team is going forward, but that doesn't happen. His +1.
1 chance to score
Minus is just a mediocre plus-
Dillon Simpson, D: He got stronger as the playoffs went on, and his coach certainly trusted the player, but he was burned a lot of chances in the early game.
He is a stable player at this level, but if he is going to be an NHL, he needs to be faster and take more advantage.
Of course, it's not easy for players to suddenly launch it and play more annoying and exciting hockey, but for so many young players, it's an element they're missing from the game, could make them NHL players. C. J. Stretch, D+, 0. 0.
Not adding too many attacks.
The coach seemed to trust the player but did not.
Hamilton, D, 05.
He has been in OKC for four years but has not become a strong twoway AHL player.
He showed the flash and had some good tools, but he needed to do more for the barons to push deeper.
Martin Malkin, D-1.
I heard that he was ill and injured.
Something is wrong.
If you judge him with these eight turnoverplagued, non-
You might say he's not potential.
Malinkin's bad impression is a tough time, but maybe the new oil dealer GM and coach will review the video of the last 40 games of the season, malinkin was asked to do too much for a long time, at least before Jeff pertrie was traded.
D. Joey lalja1.
0: only a little bit of this player is seen, he has some skills, but there is also some confusion in his game.
Let's see how he has been doing throughout the AHL season.
Brad Winchester, D, 0. 1.
As a professional player, the veteran is the last.
He hit it but it was hard to keep up. P. S.
Leon de la Setel's team lost in the first match of the Memorial Cup, but de la Setel was a burden in the attack.
He scored 11 times and got a strong ball.
His hockey protection and passing skills were excellent in this level of play.
De la sett looks exactly what the oil workers need, a player who can play clever defensive hockey in the center and win a board battle.
He is also a selfless player and he likes to pass the ball, which fits very well with Conor McDavid's game because McDavid is best at puck on his stick.
Staples: Ovechkin is the greatest NHLer who has never won a Cup.