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Sunshine 04-12-2004 11:31 AM

NY Rangers Top 65 Youth (25 years old or younger) as of 4/12/04
 
I was able to compile this list with a friend of mine.
Rankings are difficult because they are so arbitrary, but we're doing our best.

We're looking to improve it even more, please respond with your thoughts/opinions/corrections/players to add or take away/ranked higher or lower, etc.



New York Rangers Youth

1 Hugh Jessiman RW 6'5 218 20 Dartmouth (ECAC)
2 Fedor Tyutin D 6'3 202 20 New York (NHL)
3 Dan Blackburn G 6'0 191 20 Hartford (AHL)
4 Jamie Lundmark C 6'0 195 22 New York (NHL)
5 Jozef Balej RW 61 191 22 Hartford (AHL)
6 Max Kondratiev D 6'1 190 21 Togliatti (Russia)
7 R.J. Umberger C 6'2 200 21 Ohio State (CCHA)
8 Henrik Lundqvist G 6'1 187 22 Frolunda (Sweden)
9 Karel Rachunek D 62 212 24 Ottawa/New York (NHL)
10 Garth Murray C 62 205 21 Hartford (AHL)
11 Nigel Dawes LW 5'8 180 19 Kootenay (WHL)
12 Dominic Moore C 6'0 180 23 Hartford (AHL)
13 Peter Prucha F 5'11 172 21 Pardubice (Czech)
14 Marcus Jonasen F 6'4 220 19 Tri-City (WHL)
15 Ivan Baranka D 6'2 185 18 Everett (WHL)
16 Jarkko Immonen C 6'0 187 20 JYP Jyvaskyla (Finland)
17 Ken Roche C 5'11 185 20 Boston University (H.E.)
18 Jeff Heerema RW 6'0 200 24 Hartford (AHL)
19 Lee Falardeau RW 6'4 203 20 Michigan State (CCHA)
20 Rick Kozak RW 6'2 210 18 Brandon/Kamloops (WHL)
21 Jason LaBarbera G 6'2 205 24 Hartford (AHL)
22 Jake Taylor D 6'4 203 20 U. of Minnesota (WCHA)
23 Bryce Lampman D 6'1 193 21 Hartford (AHL)
24 David Liffiton D 6'2 202 19 Plymouth (OHL)
25 Dwight Helminen F 6'0 200 20 U. of Michigan (CCHA)
26 Juris Stals C 63 207 21 Hartford (AHL)
27 Nathan Guenin D 6'2 191 21 Ohio State (CCHA)
28 Alexandre Giroux LW 62 189 23 Hartford (AHL)
29 Martin Grenier D 6'5 245 23 Hartford (AHL)
30 Pat Aufiero D 6'2 186 23 Charlotte (ECHL)
31 Corey Potter D 6'2 183 20 Michigan State (CCHA)
32 Jan Marek F 5'10 185 24 Trinec/Sparta (Czech Rep.
33 Blair Betts C 63 200 23 Hartford (AHL)
34 Jed Ortmeyer RW 6'1 175 25 New York (NHL)
35 Thomas Pock D 61 208 22 Hartford (AHL)
36 Rory Rawlyk D 6'4 200 20 Charlotte (ECHL)
37 Greg Moore F 6'1 207 20 University of Maine (HE)
38 Chris Holt G 6'2 218 18 Nebraska-Omaha (CCHA)
39 Pontus Petterstrom F 6'1 183 21 Skelleftea (Sweden)
40 Chad Wiseman F 6'0 207 23 Hartford (AHL)
41 Nathan Martz F 6'3 170 23 New Hampshire (HE)
42 Philippe Furrer D 6'1 187 18 Bern (Switzerland)
43 Ivan Dornic C 6'0 183 19 Portland (WHL)
44 Matt Kinch D 5'11 185 24 Hartford (AHL)
45 Lawrence Nycholat D 60 192 24 Hartford (AHL)
46 Mike Green C 511 195 24 Hartford (AHL)
47 Joey Crabb RW 6'1 179 21 Colorado College (WCHA)
48 Mike Walsh LW 6'2 194 21 Notre Dame (CCHA)
49 Benoit Dusablon C 6'1 207 24 Hartford (AHL)
50 Johan Asplund G 6'1 180 23 Nykoping (Sweden)
51 Rob Flynn RW 6'2 210 21 Harvard University (ECAC)
52 Sven Helfenstein C 5'11 176 21 Biel/Zurich (Switzerland)
53 Craig Weller D 64 224 22 Hartford (AHL)
54 Layne Ulmer C 61 205 23 Hartford (AHL)
55 Dylan Reese D 5'11 195 19 Harvard University (ECAC)
56 Kim Hirschovits C 6'1 183 21 IFK (Finland)
57 Leonid Zhvachkin D 6'0 185 21 Krylja (Russia)
58 Premsyl Duben D 6'3 220 22 Jihlava (Czech Republic)
59 Brandon Snee G 6'1 195 23 Union College (ECAC)
60 Alexei Bulatov LW 6'1 191 26 Kurgan (Russia)
61 Petter Henning RW 6'0 209 23 Tingsryd (Sweden II)
62 David Inman C 6'1 185 23 Charlotte (ECHL)
63 Arto Laatikainen D 6'1 198 23 Espoo/Blues (Finland)
64 Dan Eberly D 6'0 180 23 RPI (ECAC)
65 Steven MacIntyre D 6'6 257 23 Muskegon (UHL)

Bluenote13 04-12-2004 11:43 AM

Guys i'm not sure we even own rights to anymore - Inman, Laatikainen, Eberly, Duben.

I'd put Tyutin & Rachunek at #1 & 2.

Guys i'd put higher on the list - Immonen, Pock, Crabb, Prucha, Baranka, Reese.

Bird Law 04-12-2004 11:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bluenote13
Guys i'm not sure we even own rights to anymore - Inman, Laatikainen, Eberly, Duben.

I'd put Tyutin & Rachunek at #1 & 2.

Guys i'd put higher on the list - Immonen, Pock, Crabb, Prucha, Baranka, Reese.

You think so with Reese? What do you see in him? I haven't seen him at all and the secodn hand reports I've read are just basically saying he'll be a good minor leaguer and maybe a fringe NHLer.

in the hall 04-12-2004 12:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bluenote13
Guys i'm not sure we even own rights to anymore - Inman, Laatikainen, Eberly, Duben.

I'd put Tyutin & Rachunek at #1 & 2.

Guys i'd put higher on the list - Immonen, Pock, Crabb, Prucha, Baranka, Reese.

i agree with this except for Reese since i don't know anything about him

appreciate the effort, list is good considering the complexity.. nice job!

Bacchus 04-12-2004 12:36 PM

Is it based on potential?

Guys I'd cancel: Umberger. ;)

Fletch 04-12-2004 12:47 PM

There could be some re-ordering, too...
 
I'd probably put Tyutin over Jessiman at this point. I'd even consider Balej over Lundmark. Helminen over Falardeau. And there are others. Good list, however.

Bluenote13 04-12-2004 01:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Reveille
You think so with Reese? What do you see in him? I haven't seen him at all and the secodn hand reports I've read are just basically saying he'll be a good minor leaguer and maybe a fringe NHLer.

Reese has the skills to be a good puck moving D-man. A PP specialist. Needs work in his own zone. Still a bit raw, and his injury this year didn't help. He's the youngest player at the bottom of this list, i'd say he'd be closer
to a guy like Furrer - good skills, but a work in progress.

007 04-12-2004 01:06 PM

Good list! That must have taken a while. Nevertheless, I would think that Tyutin should be tops at this point; Immonen should be ranked higher; and I would put Ortmeyer and Poeck, guys who have showed that they can play the NHL game, above players like Hereema, Aufiero, and Falardeau.

dumpsathernow* 04-12-2004 01:25 PM

Are you nuts? For starts Lundmark isn't close to being a top young guy for us. His mind is simply 2 slow for the NHL level. He's a bust. Rachunek to counter what some said isn't close to being one of our top young players. His defensive coverage is horrible and he never takes the body. I hope we trade him for a guy like Gauthier in the off season. I like Jessiman. No way in blazes he's ahead of Tyutin and Blackburn.

You have Beranka way, way, way, way, to low. I would say he is pushing Jessiman hard for the top prospect in our system. I expect him to crack the top 4 of our defense in less then 2 years. Remember that name. Next year they will be talking about him like they did with Fedor

Murray, Jonasen, Dawes, Umberger and Prucha have no business being ahead of Immonen. You are talking about a kid that is dominating the best league in Finland.

You also rank the physical defenseman in our system way too low. I rank them as far as upside and importance to our team. You also gave Wiseman no respect

You forget that Helminen is going to be an immense factor on our PK unit which is the worst ever in the NHL. Taylor is the big, stay at home defenseman along with Liffiton we have lacked since Beuk. Don't forget Potter either. He was good enough to make the USA junior team and play a ton. Moore and Wiseman also have improved a lot at Hartford.

Blackburn
Tyutin
Jessiman
Beranka
Kondratiev
Immonen
Taylor
Balej
Lundqvist
Dawes
Liffiton
Helminen
Potter
Wiseman
Moore
Lampman
Jonasen
Walsh


New York Rangers Youth

1 Hugh Jessiman RW 6'5 218 20 Dartmouth (ECAC)
2 Fedor Tyutin D 6'3 202 20 New York (NHL)
3 Dan Blackburn G 6'0 191 20 Hartford (AHL)
4 Jamie Lundmark C 6'0 195 22 New York (NHL)
5 Jozef Balej RW 61 191 22 Hartford (AHL)
6 Max Kondratiev D 6'1 190 21 Togliatti (Russia)
7 R.J. Umberger C 6'2 200 21 Ohio State (CCHA)
8 Henrik Lundqvist G 6'1 187 22 Frolunda (Sweden)
9 Karel Rachunek D 62 212 24 Ottawa/New York (NHL)
10 Garth Murray C 62 205 21 Hartford (AHL)
11 Nigel Dawes LW 5'8 180 19 Kootenay (WHL)
12 Dominic Moore C 6'0 180 23 Hartford (AHL)
13 Peter Prucha F 5'11 172 21 Pardubice (Czech)
14 Marcus Jonasen F 6'4 220 19 Tri-City (WHL)
15 Ivan Baranka D 6'2 185 18 Everett (WHL)
16 Jarkko Immonen C 6'0 187 20 JYP Jyvaskyla (Finland)
17 Ken Roche C 5'11 185 20 Boston University (H.E.)
18 Jeff Heerema RW 6'0 200 24 Hartford (AHL)
19 Lee Falardeau RW 6'4 203 20 Michigan State (CCHA)
20 Rick Kozak RW 6'2 210 18 Brandon/Kamloops (WHL)
21 Jason LaBarbera G 6'2 205 24 Hartford (AHL)
22 Jake Taylor D 6'4 203 20 U. of Minnesota (WCHA)
23 Bryce Lampman D 6'1 193 21 Hartford (AHL)
24 David Liffiton D 6'2 202 19 Plymouth (OHL)
25 Dwight Helminen F 6'0 200 20 U. of Michigan (CCHA)
26 Juris Stals C 63 207 21 Hartford (AHL)
27 Nathan Guenin D 6'2 191 21 Ohio State (CCHA)
28 Alexandre Giroux LW 62 189 23 Hartford (AHL)
29 Martin Grenier D 6'5 245 23 Hartford (AHL)
30 Pat Aufiero D 6'2 186 23 Charlotte (ECHL)
31 Corey Potter D 6'2 183 20 Michigan State (CCHA)
32 Jan Marek F 5'10 185 24 Trinec/Sparta (Czech Rep.
33 Blair Betts C 63 200 23 Hartford (AHL)
34 Jed Ortmeyer RW 6'1 175 25 New York (NHL)
35 Thomas Pock D 61 208 22 Hartford (AHL)
36 Rory Rawlyk D 6'4 200 20 Charlotte (ECHL)
37 Greg Moore F 6'1 207 20 University of Maine (HE)
38 Chris Holt G 6'2 218 18 Nebraska-Omaha (CCHA)
39 Pontus Petterstrom F 6'1 183 21 Skelleftea (Sweden)
40 Chad Wiseman F 6'0 207 23 Hartford (AHL)
41 Nathan Martz F 6'3 170 23 New Hampshire (HE)
42 Philippe Furrer D 6'1 187 18 Bern (Switzerland)
43 Ivan Dornic C 6'0 183 19 Portland (WHL)
44 Matt Kinch D 5'11 185 24 Hartford (AHL)
45 Lawrence Nycholat D 60 192 24 Hartford (AHL)
46 Mike Green C 511 195 24 Hartford (AHL)
47 Joey Crabb RW 6'1 179 21 Colorado College (WCHA)
48 Mike Walsh LW 6'2 194 21 Notre Dame (CCHA)
49 Benoit Dusablon C 6'1 207 24 Hartford (AHL)
50 Johan Asplund G 6'1 180 23 Nykoping (Sweden)
51 Rob Flynn RW 6'2 210 21 Harvard University (ECAC)
52 Sven Helfenstein C 5'11 176 21 Biel/Zurich (Switzerland)
53 Craig Weller D 64 224 22 Hartford (AHL)
54 Layne Ulmer C 61 205 23 Hartford (AHL)
55 Dylan Reese D 5'11 195 19 Harvard University (ECAC)
56 Kim Hirschovits C 6'1 183 21 IFK (Finland)
57 Leonid Zhvachkin D 6'0 185 21 Krylja (Russia)
58 Premsyl Duben D 6'3 220 22 Jihlava (Czech Republic)
59 Brandon Snee G 6'1 195 23 Union College (ECAC)
60 Alexei Bulatov LW 6'1 191 26 Kurgan (Russia)
61 Petter Henning RW 6'0 209 23 Tingsryd (Sweden II)
62 David Inman C 6'1 185 23 Charlotte (ECHL)
63 Arto Laatikainen D 6'1 198 23 Espoo/Blues (Finland)
64 Dan Eberly D 6'0 180 23 RPI (ECAC)
65 Steven MacIntyre D 6'6 257 23 Muskegon (UHL)[/QUOTE]

Larry Melnyk 04-12-2004 01:31 PM

Good list...No doubt, everybody would re-arrange these guys in their own order and nobody would be wrong....That's the fun thing about prospects...The best part of all is seeing all these names and realizing they are Rangers..For once we have a prospect pool to really discuss and differ on.....At first glance, three areas where I differ are...

1) Right now, Tyutin has to be #1
2) Lundqvist, with two phenomenal seasons behind him in the SEL would be a top 5 and ahead of Danny Boy
3) I think GIROUX is rated way too low ...I see him as equal or better then Murray (he almost made the Sens out of camp) and a top 10 prospect..


Hopefully, Sather can sign Junior Lessard and we can add him to the list...And just wait until after the draft...

Bluenote13 04-12-2004 01:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dumpsathernow
Are you nuts?

Ok, first of all, new guy, when you have all of 6 posts to your name you're not going to make any friends by starting with 'are you nuts?'.
1. tact, tactfulness -- consideration in dealing with others and avoiding giving offence

Quote:

Originally Posted by dumpsathernow
For starts Lundmark isn't close to being a top young guy for us. His mind is simply 2 slow for the NHL level. He's a bust. Rachunek to counter what some said isn't close to being one of our top young players. His defensive coverage is horrible and he never takes the body. I hope we trade him for a guy like Gauthier in the off season. I like Jessiman. No way in blazes he's ahead of Tyutin and Blackburn.

I'm still not sold on Lundmark, but again, he's still a boy. Factoring age, team mismanagement, and a knee injury, i'm willing to give him another chance. Then again, i wouldn't be against dealing him if an attractive offer is on the table. Rachunek is a nice looking player, i'm not judging his abilities until we see him under a good NHL coach, which'll hopefully be next season.


Quote:

Originally Posted by dumpsathernow
You have Beranka way, way, way, way, to low. I would say he is pushing Jessiman hard for the top prospect in our system. I expect him to crack the top 4 of our defense in less then 2 years. Remember that name. Next year they will be talking about him like they did with Fedor

I'm already talking him up ;) I like his game alot, though not an offensive wizard, he runs the blueline when he's out there. Smart, gives forwards little room to beat him.

Quote:

Originally Posted by dumpsathernow
Murray, Jonasen, Dawes, Umberger and Prucha have no business being ahead of Immonen. You are talking about a kid that is dominating the best league in Finland.

Debateable.

Quote:

Originally Posted by dumpsathernow
You also rank the physical defenseman in our system way too low. I rank them as far as upside and importance to our team.

Theres a reason why they're ranked so low, and a very good indication on why our prospects chart needs help in this area.

Quote:

Originally Posted by dumpsathernow
You forget that Helminen is going to be an immense factor on our PK unit which is the worst ever in the NHL. Taylor is the big, stay at home defenseman along with Liffiton we have lacked since Beuk. Don't forget Potter either. He was good enough to make the USA junior team and play a ton. Moore and Wiseman also have improved a lot at Hartford.

I like Helminen, he could be higher. Those D-men still look like #5/6, so for right now i think those rankings are fine.

kiwikid 04-12-2004 02:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Franz
Is it based on potential?

Guys I'd cancel: Umberger. ;)

LOL I'd cancel Jessiman :dunno:

Servo 04-12-2004 02:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kiwikid
LOL I'd cancel Jessiman :dunno:

Jessiman has a long way to go, for sure, but I'm willing to wait a good 5 or 6 years for a guy with that kind of power forward potential. They tend to develop more slowly, anyway.

SingnBluesOnBroadway 04-12-2004 02:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kiwikid
LOL I'd cancel Jessiman :dunno:

Based on......?

SingnBluesOnBroadway 04-12-2004 02:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dumpsathernow
Are you nuts? For starts Lundmark isn't close to being a top young guy for us. His mind is simply 2 slow for the NHL level. He's a bust. Rachunek to counter what some said isn't close to being one of our top young players. His defensive coverage is horrible and he never takes the body. I hope we trade him for a guy like Gauthier in the off season. I like Jessiman. No way in blazes he's ahead of Tyutin and Blackburn.

You have Beranka way, way, way, way, to low. I would say he is pushing Jessiman hard for the top prospect in our system. I expect him to crack the top 4 of our defense in less then 2 years. Remember that name. Next year they will be talking about him like they did with Fedor

Murray, Jonasen, Dawes, Umberger and Prucha have no business being ahead of Immonen. You are talking about a kid that is dominating the best league in Finland.

You also rank the physical defenseman in our system way too low. I rank them as far as upside and importance to our team. You also gave Wiseman no respect

You forget that Helminen is going to be an immense factor on our PK unit which is the worst ever in the NHL. Taylor is the big, stay at home defenseman along with Liffiton we have lacked since Beuk. Don't forget Potter either. He was good enough to make the USA junior team and play a ton. Moore and Wiseman also have improved a lot at Hartford.

I suggest that you start respecting other peoples opinions. If you disagree, fine, but make your point without resorting to calling someone "nuts" or a "moron" just because someone else's opinion do not coincide with yours. Play nice.

nyr5186 04-12-2004 02:30 PM

Good list, but I'd have it more like this...

Tyutin
Jessiman
Blackburn
Balej
Umberger*
Lundqvist
Rachunek
Lundmark
Kondratiev
Murray
Immonen
Pock
Helminen
Baranka
Liffiton
Dawes
Jonasen
Taylor
Giroux

The interesting thing about our farm system is that I dont really see any major plateaus. Theres not that two or three great prospects and then a big dropoff. A guy like Dawes or Immonen may very well turn out to be a better forward than Jessiman. Liffiton or Baranka may turn out to be better than Kondratiev or Rachunek. Lundqvist may turn out to be our starter of the future while Blackburn never develops. Either way you look at it, it makes for good debate and good competition for jobs.

dumpsathernow* 04-12-2004 03:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nyr4life5186
Good list, but I'd have it more like this...

Tyutin
Jessiman
Blackburn
Balej
Umberger*
Lundqvist
Rachunek
Lundmark
Kondratiev
Murray
Immonen
Pock
Helminen
Baranka
Liffiton
Dawes
Jonasen
Taylor
Giroux

The interesting thing about our farm system is that I dont really see any major plateaus. Theres not that two or three great prospects and then a big dropoff. A guy like Dawes or Immonen may very well turn out to be a better forward than Jessiman. Liffiton or Baranka may turn out to be better than Kondratiev or Rachunek. Lundqvist may turn out to be our starter of the future while Blackburn never develops. Either way you look at it, it makes for good debate and good competition for jobs.

keep seeing the name baranka i would like to see him in the nyr uniform playing some games i hear he is a good prospect

gkrangers 04-12-2004 03:24 PM

I pretty much agree with the list.

A few guys should be higher like Pock, Ortmeyer, Baranka (really could be top 5), Immonen, Marek. Other than that its decent.

More or less agree with everyone else. Tyutin should be #1.

Rachunek is NOT a prospect. Hes a 4 year NHL veteran.

007 04-12-2004 03:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gkrangers
Rachunek is NOT a prospect. Hes a 4 year NHL veteran.

But he IS under 25, which is what this list is about.

Also what makes it fun, because you're weighing some guys' potential versus other guys' acheivements in the NHL...

tmurph 04-12-2004 03:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 007
But he IS under 25, which is what this list is about.

Also what makes it fun, because you're weighing some guys' potential versus other guys' acheivements in the NHL...


Thanks for the major undertaking. After watching final games of season I would put Balej in top five. He is a breathtaking skater, works hard, and, most importantly, finds himself in good spots around the net for rebounds and passes. Tjutin has to be first or second, and Pock should be in top 15 at least. Rachunek is a disaster in his own end; his positioning is terrible. Can't really see him doing much. Baranka will be much better.

Rangers_23 04-12-2004 04:31 PM

Good job Sunshine, and thank you for the hard work. Everyone will bicker and re-arrange as everyone's opinion will vary but I think your list is very good.

Maybe we should sticky this and see how it changes post-draft, re-evaluate it every so often? :thumbu:

Sunshine 04-12-2004 05:03 PM

REVISED Youth List from Sunshine & J: PART II
 
Based on feedback that we've received (and we appreciate all feedback)

Here's another go at a list. This time, we broke it down more by age to really separate ...say... a Jarkko Immonen and a Chad Wiseman.

This will probably be "it" from us until draft time, at which point we'll do a "Part III"


Group 1 (Young Sure-Fire NHL'ers who have already "arrived" or close to it)
Fedor Tyutin Top 2 defensive D-Man
Karel Rachunek Top 6 offensive D-Man
Jozef Balej Upside: 30+ goal scorer a la Kovalev, downside: Kovalev in NY
Jamie Lundmark Upside: 2nd line forward, downside: continued sub-par play
Garth Murray Upside: Physical Holik type player-probably without the 25 goals
Dominic Moore An engima at the NHL level-possible 3rd/4th liner
Jed Ortmeyer Over-achieved, solid 4th line gritty player
Thomas Pock Top 6 Offensive D-Man
Blair Betts 4th line centerman
Alexandre Giroux Could surprise with nice scoring touch.
Chad Wiseman Winger with solid pro scoring ability, 3rd/4th liner
Bryce Lampman Fringe NHL'er, good size, possible stay-at-home 3rd liner
Jason LaBarbera NHL #3 goalie, career Wolfpack
Jeff Heerema Probably will never reach 1st round potential, career AHL'er
Martin Grenier Physical presence, a la Eric Cairns
Pat Aufiero Probably not in the long term plans
Matt Kinch
Lawrence Nycholat
Mike Green
Benoit Dusablon
Craig Weller
Layne Ulmer

Group 2 (The Youngsters) PS: This group will become even larger post-June Draft
Hugh Jessiman Projected 1st/2nd line power forward, 3 seasons away
Dan Blackburn Projected starting goalie *injury, 1-2 seasons away
Maxim Kondratiev Projected Top 4 D-Man (Tyutin + Kondratiev)
Ivan Baranka Projected Top 5 D-Man
Jarkko Immonen Possible steal?
Henrik Lundqvist Possible starting goalie of the future
R.J. Umberger Upside: 2nd line center, downside: never plays an NHL game
Peter Prucha Sleeper
Nigel Dawes Upside: Fleury-type player. Downside: too small
Jake Taylor Top 6 D-Man
Dwight Helminen PK Specialist, not much offensive upside
Marcus Jonasen Sleeper. Big powerful winger.
David Liffiton Top 6 D-Man in Beukeboom mold
Rick Kozak Extremely young, tough 2-way player. Sleeper.
Ken Roche Undersized center-could surpris. Solid prospect.
Corey Potter Mixed reviews, could become a top 6 NHL D-Man.
Lee Falardeau Excellent size, needs to gain some consistency.
Jan Marek Huge sleeper, could climb this chart even further very easily.
Juris Stals Good size, nearly won spot on pro team in training camp.
Nathan Guenin College product with good skill
Mike Walsh Good year at Notre Dame
Rory Rawlyk Very good size, good depth guy could work out
Greg Moore Forward depth
Joey Crabb Good year at Colorado, climbing chart
Chris Holt Very young, tough 1st year at Nebraska-Omaha
Pontus Peterstrom Not much known
Nathan Martz
Philippe Furrer
Dylan Reese
Ivan Dornic
Johan Asplund
Rob Flynn
Sven Helfenstein
Kim Hirschovits

SingnBluesOnBroadway 04-12-2004 05:05 PM

I'm merging the two threads.

Bacchus 04-12-2004 05:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kiwikid
LOL I'd cancel Jessiman :dunno:

Looks like Umberger won't sign with us. That's why I'd cancel him.


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