|New York Islanders|
|Written by Dobber|
May, 2012 – Cizikas had a very successful debut to his professional career in Bridgeport of the AHL as he collected 45 points in 52 games, the second-highest point total on the team. In addition, he saw some time in Long Island where he suited up for 15 games with the Islanders, where he posted four assists. He may not have the highest offensive ceiling, but he brings a lot of intangibles that will see him on the ice in all game situations. Unless the team adds some free agents over the summer, the road is clear for Cizikas to land a full-time NHL job next season. Eric Daoust
December, 2011 – Initially thought to be a very promising potential third-line center and his rookie-pro debut has done nothing to dissuade the notion…Has already shown that he can be a 50-point player at the AHL level…His work ethic and timely production will see to it that he becomes an NHLer probably sooner rather than later…Thrives when the pressure is on
Fantasy Outlook: C+
His NHL certainty is high and the wait won’t be long, but his offensive ceiling is limited.
Scrappy Cizikas showing another of his talents:
Cizikas does some impressive work killing a penalty (WJC):
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|Last Updated on Thursday, 06 December 2012 20:07|