According to a simulation run by EA Sports using its "NHL 23" game, Montreal Canadiens forward Juraj Slafkovsky will enjoy a career worthy of the Hall of Fame.
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Depending on the results of this exercise, the first overall pick in the 2022 National Hockey League (NHL) draft will win three Stanley Cups with the Habs and a Conn-Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP.
The prediction predicts a career of 1183 points, including 421 goals, in 1233 games, at “Slaf”. A total that would rank him third in Canadian history, behind Jean Béliveau (1,219 points) and Guy Lafleur (1,246).
The young prospect still has a long way to go to achieve this as he has collected four goals and 10 points in 30 outings so far.