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bluesfan94 11-18-2012 01:38 PM

St. Louis Blues Top Prospect #28
 
Defenseman Mark Cundari darts in and takes the 27 spot with 30.77% of the vote.

Top Prospects
#1 Vladimir Tarasenko, RW, 6'0, 191, 12/13/1991 (92.16%)
#2 Jaden Schwartz, LW, 5'9, 179, 6/25/1992 (92.50%)
#3 Ty Rattie, RW, 6'0, 167, 2/5/1993 (57.38%)
#4 Ian Cole, D, 6'1, 225, 2/21/1989 (75.61%)
#5 Jake Allen, G, 6'2, 195, 8/7/1990 (73.33%)
#6 Jordan Schmaltz, D, 6'2, 170, 10/8/1993 (38.1%)
#7 Jani Hakanpaa, D, 6'5, 218, 3/31/1992 (64.71%)
#8 Cade Fairchild, D, 5'11, 175, 1/15/1989 (61.7%)
#9 Philip McRae, C, 6'2, 200, 3/15/1990 (57.89%)
#10 Sebastian Wannstrom, RW, 6'1, 183, 3/3/1991 (30.95%)
#11 Evgeny Grachev, C/LW, 6'4, 225, 2/21/1990 (38.10%)
(tie) #12 Sam Kurker, RW, 6'2, 198, 4/8/94 (30.00%)
(tie) #12 Jori Lehtera, C, 6'1, 201, 12/23/87 (30.00%)
#14 Joel Edmundson, D, 6'4, 192, 6/28/93 (51.85%)
#15 Dmitrij Jaskin, RW, 6'2, 198, 3/23/93 (40.54%)
#16 Brett Ponich, D, 6'7, 220, 2/22/91 (42.11%)
#17 Yannick Veilleux, LW, 6'2, 190, 2/22/93 (48.48%)
#18 MacKenzie MacEachern, LW, 6'2, 174, 3/9/94 (35.39%)
#19 Ryan Tesink, C/LW, 6'0, 165, 5/21/93 (44.83%)
#20 Teemu Eronen, D, 5'10, 181, 11/22/91 (50.00%)
#21 Sergei Andronov, RW, 6'0, 183, 7/19/89 (44.00%)
#22 Colton Parayko, D, 6'5, 191, 5/12/93 (40.00%)
#23 Jordan Binnington, G, 6'1, 154, 7/11/93 (59.38%)
#24 Cody Beach, RW, 6'5, 184, 8/8/1992 (38.46%)
#25 Anthony Peluso, RW, 6'3, 235, 4/18/1989 (25.00%)
#26 Nick Walters, D, 6'2, 187, 4/11/1994 (30.00%)
#27 Mark Cundari, D, 5'9, 195, 4/23/1990 (30.77%)

I say we round out the top 30 and then do this again in, say, February/March

letmesleep 11-20-2012 01:12 AM

Of those remaining, using almost all second-hand knowledge, I'd say Della Rovere, Lundstrom, Tremblay, Lindbohm, and Gardiner are the ones most likely to make an NHL impact. I'm voting Lundstrom.

bluemandan 11-20-2012 01:46 AM

Della Rovere, again.

PerryTurnbullfan 11-20-2012 05:46 AM

Going Gardiner. I think his skillset plays more than Della Rovere. I had high hopes for Della Rovere, but my candle is burning pretty low. Lundstrom, Lindbohm, and Tremblay are all right there as well. Hard to get too excited about Europeans, when they are still in Europe.

Robb_K 11-20-2012 10:42 AM

I'm going with Nigro again. I think that one of Lundström or Tremblay will likely be worth more to The Blues in the long run. But it is way too early to know how a goalie prospect in juniors will end up in the prime of his career. Too many things can happen to derail a good start. The mental game of a goalie is so much more important than with a skater, that even a goalie with top-notch physical prowess, goalie skills and knowledge can have his career fall in the dumper.

Crumblin Erb Brooks 11-20-2012 03:38 PM

http://static2.fjcdn.com/comments/It...83fe33ccd1.jpg

Its Sea-MAN!

But serious, uhhh.... Lindbohm? He has a chance to play in the WJCs the next couple of years.

CoMoBlues 11-20-2012 05:10 PM

Went Della Rovere, if he can only get healthy...
Also considered Nigro, Gardiner, Shattuck

Spear 12-08-2012 07:24 PM

So when does the scroll at the top of the page get updated?

stlweir 12-15-2012 11:29 AM

Looks like Wannstrom and Grachev take a tumble down the list while Edmunson Moves up and Jaskin shoots into the top 5.


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