Fantasy Summary

Plays best using speed and grit; Top 9 multi-cat forward potential


Observations

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June 2018 – Flames did not tender a qualifying offer and he is now an unrestricted free agent. Dobber

Jan 2018 – Poirier has once again fell into old patterns. The most troubling is shot production. For a prospect who was touted to be a game-breaking goal scorer, he really hasn’t shot the puck very much. Using the month of December as a snapshot, he had five points and 18 shots in 11 games. Ten of his 18 shots came in 2 of those games. Math wizards will tell you that means he had eight shots in the other nine games. Poirier continues to be left behind other prospects in minutes and opportunity. – Joel Henderson

Oct 2017 – After an inspiring preseason with Calgary, Emile is back in Stockton and not changing any minds with his play. He has looked better than he did around January 2017 but he would need to jump over Spencer Foo, Garnet Hathaway, Morgan Klimchuk, and Andrew Mangiapane in order to get better minutes. Call it the fourth line, call it the third line. Whatever you call it, he looks to be a first-round bust. He hasn’t been able to consistently create on his own and his inconsistencies have left him off the PP as well. While he is probably getting positive mentorship it might be well past time for a change of scenery is needed. – Joel Henderson

Apr 2017 – Emile has been on a personal leave from Stockton since Feb 18th. He missed the last 23 games on the season and there has been minimal updates on his timeline for returning. It’s a giant question mark for the prospect. At his time of departure, he hadn’t registered a point in 13 games, not shooting the p