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CP31 11-16-2012 11:47 AM

Your Top Prospect
 
Name your teams top prospect and what their REALISTIC potential is, meaning not if they reach their absolute full potential unless you think they will reach it. Also if you want you can put how many points they will get during their primes.

SmellOfVictory 11-16-2012 11:48 AM

Flames: Sven Baertschi. Outcome: #2 dman, PP QB

MacOfNiagara 11-16-2012 11:50 AM

Grigerenko

Legit 1st line center
PPG player heavy on assists and PP points

Yossarian54 11-16-2012 11:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SmellOfVictory (Post 55809771)
Flames: Sven Baertschi. Outcome: #2 dman, PP QB

lol wut

CanuckBeSerious 11-16-2012 11:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SmellOfVictory (Post 55809771)
Flames: Sven Baertschi. Outcome: #2 dman, PP QB

This is going well.

Alex Galchenyuk
Outcome : 1st line center, 70 points.

DaveG 11-16-2012 11:51 AM

:canes

Ryan Murphy:
offensive defenseman (could be elite, could be a #3-4, total wildcard)

ThatGuy22 11-16-2012 11:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SmellOfVictory (Post 55809771)
Flames: Sven Baertschi. Outcome: #2 dman, PP QB

ehhh Sven Baertschi is a forward. He isn't going to be a #2 dman/PP QB. His likely outcome is a 1st/2nd line Winger.

The Nuge 11-16-2012 11:53 AM

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Originally Posted by SmellOfVictory (Post 55809771)
Flames: Sven Baertschi. Outcome: #2 dman, PP QB

Not sure if serious...

I don't really count guys taken 1st overall, so for the Oilers it's a tie between Schultz and Klefbom (personally, I still prefer Klefbom). Both realistically are #2/3 dmen with a good chance to become more than that. If things go well, Schultz could be in the 50 point range and Klefa in the 30 point range

ThatGuy22 11-16-2012 11:53 AM

Wild

Mikael Granlund, High End 2nd line Center (blocked by Koivu). 70ish points(20 goals, 50 assists)

ALI 11-16-2012 11:55 AM

Sven Baertschi 1st lines

Yossarian54 11-16-2012 11:55 AM

Serious contribution

:nucks

Zack Kassian

25-30-55ish Powerforward.

Oh_so_saad 11-16-2012 11:56 AM

Brandon Saad future 2nd line winger 50-70 points if he got hossa/kane or toews somehwere in there

DatsyukToZetterberg 11-16-2012 12:05 PM

Brendan Smith - Future top pairing dman for the Wings. Should be the #1 PPQB on the PP in his prime, will give you between 35-55 points, while giving us some nice hits and he isn't afraid to drop the mits.

A stat line of 8-10G 30-45A - 38-55P with 50-80PIMS would be a typical season for Smith in the future (if he meets his potential).

SLAPSHOT723 11-16-2012 12:13 PM

Ryan Strome: #1 center but #2 on the Islanders. 60-75pts/year and a PP monster.

x74Pacioretty74x 11-16-2012 12:15 PM

Alex Galchenyuk
#1C-75 Points

doorman 11-16-2012 12:17 PM

Morgan Rielly, top pairing dman who runs PP

BonMorrison 11-16-2012 12:36 PM

Rielly was already said so I'll go with #2.

Nazem Kadri
Second-line, agitating forward. 40 - 55 points a year. Maximum 65 if given #1 PP time.

Average stat line:
21g, 31a, 52p - 75PIM

DKQ 11-16-2012 12:42 PM

Most of you are giving max potential...there's no way Mikael Granlund is likely to hit 70 points a season, if he reaches his potential he may hit 70 points a season

Anyways....

Jon Merrill- Should be at least a middle pairing defenseman, has top pairing upside but that would be very hopeful. Potential PP QB, should find him self typically in the 35 point range with good D and some physicality

Scott Wedgewood- Mid-level starting goaltender, not elite but definitely starting calibre playing 55-65 games a year

Shaun 11-16-2012 12:43 PM

Dougie Hamilton:

God

OrangeZebra 11-16-2012 12:43 PM

:isles Griffin Reinhart

Top pairing defensive defenseman, 20-40 PTs

gifted88 11-16-2012 12:44 PM

Alex Galchenyuk

1st line C or W. I see a few listing 70 points but I'll be a bit riskier and say 88 points.

doorman 11-16-2012 12:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DropkickQuinn (Post 55811041)
Most of you are giving max potential...there's no way Mikael Granlund is likely to hit 70 points a season, if he reaches his potential he may hit 70 points a season

Anyways....

Jon Merrill- Should be at least a middle pairing defenseman, has top pairing upside but that would be very hopeful. Potential PP QB, should find him self typically in the 35 point range with good D and some physicality

Scott Wedgewood- Mid-level starting goaltender, not elite but definitely starting calibre playing 55-65 games a year

I think grandlund has 70+ points written all over his game tied in with leadership, he is a great prospect.

ThatGuy22 11-16-2012 12:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DropkickQuinn (Post 55811041)
Most of you are giving max potential...there's no way Mikael Granlund is likely to hit 70 points a season, if he reaches his potential he may hit 70 points a season

70 is not Granlund's high end potential, He is been a PPG player pretty much anywhere he has ever played (including 1.5 PPG in the AHL).

Hell Pierre Marc Bouchard was a 60 points a year player in his prime(prior to his head getting scrambled), and Granlund has far more potential than he ever did and likely a better supporting cast at that. 70 really isn't all that optimistic of a projection for a top 5 prospect in the entire NHL like Granlund.

1972 11-16-2012 12:57 PM

Grigorenko

20g 50a offensive center

Armia

30 goal 55 point winger

Gigensons

25g 25a 2 way center

Pysyk

all situations defenceman capable of playing 22+ minutes a night.

Sojourn 11-16-2012 01:00 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CP31 (Post 55809747)
Name your teams top prospect and what their REALISTIC potential is, meaning not if they reach their absolute full potential unless you think they will reach it. Also if you want you can put how many points they will get during their primes.

I don't think people are following these guidelines.

At any rate, I think Lindholm would be Anaheim's top prospect. Realistic potential is a top 4 defenseman, but there is certainly potential to be much better. If not Lindholm, then Palmieri, where realistic potential could be a top 6 complementary winger.


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