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Habsfan18 01-04-2014 02:51 PM

THN Future Watch 2014 (February/March)
 
We're approximately 6 weeks from the magazine getting shipped out to subscribers (then on newsstands early March), so I'd imagine they will start working on the rankings and write-ups soon. They do the majority of the write-ups immediately after the WJC.

Remember, age doesn't matter when it comes to Future Watch. As long as the player isn't considered an NHL regular at the time of printing, they're considered a prospect for FW. This is why sometimes you'll see a player who is 24 or 25 on a teams list.

To remind everyone: Each teams list is provided by a member of the actual organization, whether it be a scout, GM, assistant GM, etc..


My guess as to what the Habs list may look like:

1. Nathan Beaulieu
2. Jarred Tinordi
3. Zachary Fucale
4. Sebastian Collberg/Jacob De La Rose
5. Jacob De La Rose/Sebastian Collberg
6. Michael McCarron
7. Arturri Lehkonen
8. Charles Hudon
9. Sven Andrighetto
10. Magnus Nygren

HM: Martin Reway

What is your guys top 10?

DAChampion 01-04-2014 02:55 PM

Is Nygren still a prospect?

Smokey Thompson 01-04-2014 02:56 PM

1. Nathan Beaulieu
2. Jarred Tinordi
3. Jacob De La Rose
4. Michael McCarron
5. Arturri Lehkonen
6. Zach Fucale
7. Sebastian Collberg
8. Charles Hudon
9. Sven Andrighetto
10. Greg Pateryn

MD thaivuN 01-04-2014 03:02 PM

1. Nathan Beaulieu
2. Jared Tinordi
3. Jacob De La Rose
4. Zach Fucale
5. Sebastian Collberg
6. Arturri Lehkonen
7. Michael McCarron
8. Charles Hudon
9. Sven Andrighetto
10. Louis Leblanc

Habsfan18 01-04-2014 03:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DAChampion (Post 77323325)
Is Nygren still a prospect?

According to FW criteria, yes. Check out the OP.

samsquanch9* 01-04-2014 03:12 PM

Jarred Tinordi
Jacob De La Rose
Nathan Beaulieu
Arturri Lehkonen
Zach Fucale
Martin Reway
Sebastian Collberg
Charles Hudon
Dalton Thrower
Michael Mccarron

Habsfan18 01-04-2014 03:17 PM

De La Rose is more of a sure bet to be an NHLer, but man..if Collberg puts it together, watch out.

vokiel 01-04-2014 06:13 PM

1. Jarred Tinordi
2. Zachary Fucale
3. Michael McCarron
4. Sebastian Collberg
5. Nathan Beaulieu
6. Jacob De La Rose
7. Louis Leblanc
8. Christian Thomas
9. Morgan Ellis
A. Charles Hudon

Habsfan18 01-04-2014 06:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vokiel (Post 77337899)
1. Jarred Tinordi
2. Zachary Fucale
3. Michael McCarron
4. Sebastian Collberg
5. Nathan Beaulieu
6. Jacob De La Rose
7. Louis Leblanc
8. Christian Thomas
9. Morgan Ellis
A. Charles Hudon

Not a fan of Beaulieu or just really high on the others?

vokiel 01-04-2014 07:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Habsfan18 (Post 77343787)
Not a fan of Beaulieu or just really high on the others?

Lost some confidence at the beginning of the season and I have others a bit higher than before (Collberg & Fucale). I'm not following Hamilton closely enough to make this clear cut though. I'm afraid his coming might be the next Hainsey. That would be far from what I hoped to begin with. I guess that's the main reason behind having him a few spots back.

GoHabsGo312711* 01-04-2014 07:14 PM

1 - Jarred Tinordi / Jacob de la Rose.
2 - Jacob de la Rose / Jarred Tinordi.
3 - Sven Andrighetto.
4 - Nathan Beaulieu.
5 - Sebastian Collberg.
6 - Zach Fucale.
7 - Michael McCarron.
8 - Artturi Lehkonen.
9 - Charles Hudon.
10 - Louis Leblanc.

Steve Shutt 01-04-2014 08:14 PM

I think Bournival would be in my top 10. I don't think he's a NHL regular with only 35 games under his belt

MarkovtoSubban 01-04-2014 08:18 PM

1-Zach Fucale, G -showed flashes of brilliance at WJC
2-Jarred Tinordi, D - steady progression as a shutdown d
3-Jacob de la Rose, LW - key player for gold medal team at WJC.
4-Nathan Beaulieu, D - stylish skater still needs work on defence
5-Mike McCarron, RW - huge winger off to a slow start in OHL

6-Sebastian Collberg, RW - elite sniping skills needs playing time
7-Greg Pateryn, D - big body with a big shot needs work on agility
8-Christian Thomas, RW - often injured but great wheels and shot
9-Arty Lehkonen, LW - opened some eyes at WJC, great two way play
10-Charles Hudon, LW - very high IQ needs to stay healthy

HM: Louis Leblanc, RW - time tunning out on the first rounder

Jrham15 01-04-2014 09:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Steve Shutt (Post 77353349)
I think Bournival would be in my top 10. I don't think he's a NHL regular with only 35 games under his belt

Look at Leblanc he played 42 games in 2011-2012 and isn't a regular.

Tyson 01-04-2014 11:58 PM

1. Zachary Fucale
2. Nathan Beaulieu
3. Jarred Tinordi
4. Jacob De La Rose
5. Greg Pateryn
6. Sebastian Collberg
7. Darren Dietz
8. Michael McCarron
9. Dalton Thrower
10 Charles Hudon

Crimson Skorpion 01-05-2014 02:17 AM

Pretty much agree with the list offered. I have DLR ahead of Collberg.

Habsfan18 01-05-2014 03:06 PM

We certainly have reasons to be excited at our future, that's for sure.

Analyzer* 01-05-2014 06:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Habsfan18 (Post 77408361)
We certainly have reasons to be excited at our future, that's for sure.

Somewhat.

Our future appears to be a bunch of bottom 4 d and top 9 forwards.

samsquanch9* 01-05-2014 07:20 PM

people have lehkonen way too low

Puck Luck Run Amok 01-05-2014 08:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tyson (Post 77376099)
1. Zachary Fucale
2. Nathan Beaulieu
3. Jarred Tinordi
4. Jacob De La Rose
5. Greg Pateryn
6. Sebastian Collberg
7. Darren Dietz
8. Michael McCarron
9. Dalton Thrower
10 Charles Hudon

Can't say I agree with that assesment, here's mine;

1. Jacob De la Rose(Played on the first line for a STACKED team Sweden in WJC, creates havoc in front of the net, 2-Way; like Plekanec with Muscle and Grit)
2. Artturi Lehkonen (also on the top line, but for Finns at the WJC; at 18 he's the top pt producer on his team in the top Finnish League and seems to be quite talented)
3. Zachary Fucale (Clutch goalie, consistently gives his team a chance to win. Safe to say he's the starter at next year's WJC, without Brent)
4. Martin Reway (Powerplay producer, INSANE pt production in Q, Ultra talented; wouldn't be surprised if he gets a stint in the AHL at seasons end)
5.Greg Pateryn (ready to replace Diaz, Excellent hockey sense and he should be the first call-up)
6. Jarred Tinordi (Starting to turn his game around)
7. Sebastien Collberg (needs to bulk up, would rate him higher based on use in WJC but his pt production in the Swedish league is gruesome. Hopefully he signs for the AHL next year so he can develop his obvious skills)
8. Sven Andrighetto (Impressive debut in the AHL, hopefully he can regain his step from that injury. He's taken away any hope of L.L being used as a depth player)
9. Dalton Thrower (polishing his game in the CHL, needs seasoning; has a mean streak)
10. Charles Hudon (Clutch in WJC, Good 3rd Line potential)

HON Mentions: - Christian Thomas (has the scoring touch, still need to see more of him)
Mike McCarron (despite a good showing in the preseason, he's not had a great time adjusting to the OHL. He's a project but if he's given enough time to develop I think he could be an important player)

Disappointing
Nathan Beaulieu (Not developing his game, seems disinterested. I see he has talent but man he's not developed whatsoever in the last 2 years. G.P has taken over any shot for him to see NHL action this year)
Louis Leblanc (Issues with management since he was sent down, stalled development and I don't see where he would fit in. Obvious trade candidate)

dackelljuneaubulis02 01-05-2014 08:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Analyzer (Post 77420307)
Somewhat.

Our future appears to be a bunch of bottom 4 d and top 9 forwards.

yeah but when you take what we have prospect wise and put it together with our young core and I think the future is very bright.

Just think if Galchenyuk and Gallagher weren't on the team right now but tearing it up with Sarnia and Hamilton. Everybody would be like our prospect pool is awesome. But it's like now that those 2 are in Mtl our prospect pool is mediocre, hahahaha. Doesn't make any sense.

MsChanandlerBong 01-05-2014 10:00 PM

1. Jared Tinordi
2. Nathan Beaulieu
3. Zachary Fucale
4. Jacob De La Rose
5. Sebastian Collberg
6. Michael McCarron
7. Magnus Nygren
8. Sven Andrighetto
9. Artturi Lehkonen
10. Martin Reway

PricerStopDaPuck 01-05-2014 10:23 PM

1.) Jarred Tinordi 2.) Nathan Beaulieu 3.) Jacob De La Rose 4.)Zachary Fucale 5.)Michael McCarron 6.)Artturi Lehkonen 7.)Sebastian Collberg 8.)Martin Reway 9.)Charles Hudon 10.)Sven Andrighetto. This is the most deep habs prospect pool I can remember! I wanted Louis Leblanc in it but the ten guys I listed IMO are better! Will be Very intresting to see which ones turn out and which ones bust...

Grant McCagg 01-31-2014 07:32 AM

THN Future Watch....
 
Coming out in a months' time - I've been hired to do Montreal's prospect page in the Future Watch, as well as the Islanders and Hawks.

I already know Montreal's top ten list as the assignment has been sent to me. Somebody in the organization provided the list to THN, I'm not sure who exactly.

Does anyone think they can guess the rankings?

First one to guess the top ten prospects in the correct order will be given a premium subscription to McKeen's website.

I have to head out for the day, I'll check back later this afternoon.

BrimStone64 01-31-2014 07:35 AM

Is there a deadline date on this?


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