Originally Posted by robmyatt
Bjugstad came to mind too.
He has great offensive upside but I think I've read that he doesn't hit a lot.
Also based on his NCAA PIM production he might top out around 50-60PIMs in the NHL. Although that's pure speculation.
Yeah, that's why I think Coyle is the ideal prospect here. Same goes for Kyle Beach, its easy to forget about him but he still has a lot of talent and power forwards develop slowly.
He doesn't have huge upside, but he will be a great multi-cat fantasy player if he pans out.