I agree, but there's a much better chance of Turris turning into it than David Rundblad or 2012's second round pick.
At this point I see no difference between Turris and Filatov. Both may turn into solid top six forwards, and as a Senators fan I hope both do (and that they find some chemistry together). But I don't think you can say that the odds of Turris developing better than Rundblad are better, I'd call them about even.
Having those two will certainly make the competition for jobs next year tougher for Zibanejad and Silfverberg (if he actually ever comes over to training camp).