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Season Preview: A Team in Transition

When Dale Tallon came on board, he brought a long term project plan with him. At the draft he added an impressive new stable of prospects headed by Eric Gudbranson, Quinton Howden, Nick Bjugstad and John McFarland.

Unfortunately, none of these new faces are ready for the NHL yet. They will be closely monitored and are vieing for positions on the depth chart for injury callups and for next year and the year after as the long term plan kicks in.

Nothing is certain with this team. Captain Bryan McCabe is a UFA at the end of the year, and how he plays will determine whether he will be a part of the long term plan or whether Tallon will move him and his huge salary and continue stocking up on prospects.

Stephen Weiss, not being a protypical Tallon kind of player, may end up getting moved in the process as well. Chris Higgins is a UFA at the end of the year, and is another question mark, depending on whether he can turn it around and show some of the promise he had when he was a Montreal Canadien.

Goaltending is another huge question mark. With Tomas Vokoun becoming a UFA at the end of the year, the question is will Jacob Markstrom be ready or not or will we opt to resign Vokoun? Surely Scott Clemmenson will not be expected to be more than a backup. On a team with limited scoring, goaltending is that much more important.

The new additions Steve Bernier and Michael Grabner will vie for ice time on the top six, and neither of them are expected to carry this team. On defence, Dmitri Kulikov will be counted on and McCabe, Dennis Wideman and Bryan Allen will have their work cut out for them handling the majority of the ice time with these forwards.

Steven Reinprecht will be overmatched on most nights trying to play the role of second or third line center when he is really a fourth line center at this point in his career.

Rostislav Olesz has not lived up to expectations and will be hard pressed to not be one of the casualties as the young players vie for top line minutes.

In short, none of the new additions will not have enough immediate impact to propell the Panthers into the playoffs, and the Panthers can look forward to another high first round draft pick.

The many questions surrounding who will be included in the future plan will be answered by player’s performances this year. Peter DeBoer has a big challenge on his hands to try to win as this team transitions and waits for the young guns to mature.

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  1. Dan Rakusan Sep 13 201011:44 am

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    Do you have any expectations for Frolik this season? He’s my favourite Panthers’ forward, and a fellow Czech, so I’d love to hear what someone more in tune with the Panthers thinks about his potential for the upcoming season. Personally, I think 25 goals is a definitely possibility, and maybe 60 points. Am I being too optimistic, or does this seem realistic to you?

    1. Marvin Miller Sep 13 20101:27 pm

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      Thanks for your question. Michael Frolik is only 22 years old, and is moving towards the prime of his career. In Junior he averaged 1.5 points a game, and in the NHL he had two consistent seasons of 21 goals and 24 assists and 21 goals and 22 assists. He for sure benefits (in ice time) from the fact that the team is thin in scoring right now.

      If he plays with Stephen Weiss, he could have a better season and reach the 30 goal mark. I expect he will improve to 26 goals and 28 assists or so. Weiss is more of a passer than a scorer.

      For Frolik, as some of the new young guns like Quinton Howden, Nick Bjugstad and John McFarland get better and make the team, Frolik will break out and have a career year because he’ll be playing with better players on a team that is winning more.

      I think he will reach the 35 goal mark when Tallon’s long term plan takes effect in three or four years and we hopefully become a good playoff team.

      1. Dan Rakusan Sep 13 20101:46 pm

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        Thanks for your response! I asked simply because I notice a big difference between how he plays/is used at the international level versus how he plays for Florida (in the few games per season I get to watch them). In Florida, he seems to be a bit more willing to dig for pucks in the corners, whereas on the international level, he dangles more. One could argue that it’s simply a contrast in coaching, or the style of the game at the two different levels, but for me it shows that he has a passion to play in the NHL. All Europeans tend to be more internationally-geared, but Frolik seems to be willing to take a hit to make a play. Maybe it’s just the games I’ve seen him play, but he seems like a real keeper.

        Olesz, unfortunately, seems to have peaked as a third liner, where he does possess elite skills. I really think the cheap headshot by Dion Phaneuf years ago in the world juniors took a lot out of him in terms of willingness to absorb punishment. Maybe a change of scenery for Olesz would be in order…?

        1. Marvin Miller Sep 13 20102:16 pm

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          Yes, the enormous ice surface really affects the game alot. Alot of teams end up using the increased ice surface and playing around with puck endlessly instead of shooting. Frolik is a goal scorer and he will get much better when he is surrounded by better players.

          Olesz is another story, and he suffered greatly from being mismanaged… pushed too fast to become what they hoped he would become when they drafted him so high.

          He needs to find an organization that will teach him how to use his skills… and he probably needs some help with his busted ego… I think it was three years ago when I saw him in the Prospects game here in Ottawa, and he just looked lost out there… and with all that talent… it’s a shame.

          Now, with his contract, he probably cannot be moved, so he will stay where he is unless he ends up getting bought out.

          1. Dan Rakusan Sep 13 20102:23 pm

            I actually covered that tourney for another site, or at least covered the tourney a few years ago for a couple of years. Olesz didn’t really look lost to me, he just looked like someone who expected his skill to carry him through everything. Again, I think the hit by Phaneuf was the killer for his ability to become a top-level puck carrier and passer. He was never going to be an elite scoring threat, but he did have a lot of skill with the puck. I thought putting him with Frolik might bring some of it back, but no dice so far (if they play together at all anymore).

            I agree that Olesz needs to be moved to a place where a coaching staff can get the most out of him. I really thought Jacques Martin would be the guy, as he was so good in bringing along Ottawa’s prospects when he was here…

  2. Marvin Miller Sep 13 20102:36 pm

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    Jacques Martin was good with a particular kind of player… a defensive-minded hard worker. If a player doesn’t play defence for Martin, he not only doesn’t play but he gets punished every time he does play and makes a mistake.

    That’s why you kill a player by pushing him too fast… he’s afraid to make mistakes and if that’s his focus, he will make lots of mistakes.

    I didn’t see Phaneuf’s hit on Olesz… and Olesz won’t be the last player Phaneuf kills… until one day someone bigger than Phaneuf comes along and kills him.

    1. Dan Rakusan Sep 13 20103:12 pm

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      Phaneuf’s hit on Olesz: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QpvfOPxs890

      I love how Pierre McGuire tries to justify it. Left his feet, was clearly head-hunting. Refs got it right. Olesz didn’t play again.

      I somewhat disagree with you about Martin though. I saw him turn Radek Bonk from an offence-first player into a solid two-way player. Same with Marian Hossa. Maybe it’s just the type of player the guy is inside his head…

  3. Marvin Miller Sep 14 20107:45 am

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    IMO there was only one person responsible for Bonk becoming a REAL hockey player and that was Hossa. When Hossa left, Bonk died on the scoresheet and everywhere else… and became a third or fourth liner.

    I’m trying to remember what kind of a player Hossa was defensively when he first broke in. Do you think it was Martin with his defence-first policy that turned Hossa into an all around player? Looking at Hossa’s stats over the years with different coaches, starting in Junior, it looked like Hossa was destined to be an all around star no matter who was coaching.

    Mostly where Martin was concerned, I hated the way he handled Spezza when he was first breaking in… and if it were just up to Martin, even wth the fans screaming the way they were for Spezza to play, he would have spent several more years in the minors learning to play defence.

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