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bmoak 05-26-2004 04:42 PM

Rangers' Beyond the Top 20 Prospects POLL (#22)
 
Big Jake Taylor nails down #21. Four more spots to go.

The Rangers' prospect rankings are as follows...

1) Fedor Tjutin
2) Henrik Lundqvist
3) Josef Balej
4) Hugh Jessiman
5) Thomas Pock
6) Petr Prucha
7) Maxim Kondratiev
8) Jarkko Immonen
9) Ivan Baranka
10) Garth Murray
11) Nigel Dawes
12) David Liffiton
13) Dominic Moore
14) Marcus Jonasen
15) Dwight Helminen
16) Bryce Lampman
17) Alexandre Giroux
18) Ken Roche
19) Chad Wiseman
20) Ryan Hollweg
21) Jake Taylor

Who is the Rangers' #22 Prospect?

Larry Melnyk 05-26-2004 04:59 PM

Gotta be consistent --- Dylan Reese (Corey Potter would be next)

Barnaby 05-26-2004 05:30 PM

I'll take Potter, but we're in crapshoot territory.

Rangers_23 05-26-2004 10:35 PM

Again....Greg Moore.

Skroob* 05-26-2004 10:47 PM

what is everyones feelings on Nate Guenin? he never gets any votes.

Prucha73 05-26-2004 10:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skroob
what is everyones feelings on Nate Guenin? he never gets any votes.

I think he is also a solid prospect, but you only get one vote.

Bluenote13 05-27-2004 09:55 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skroob
what is everyones feelings on Nate Guenin? he never gets any votes.

I like his style, in your face type D-man, who also has decent puck skills. But after his concussion this past season, we'll have to see how he rebounds next year. If he makes it to the big club he becomes 5th/6th D-man who plays a simple stay at home game.

True Blue 05-27-2004 10:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bluenote13
If he makes it to the big club he becomes 5th/6th D-man who plays a simple stay at home game.

Not the worst thing in the world, however it seems to me that we have plenty of those. Kozak has got to get some love here.

Fletch 05-27-2004 11:01 AM

This is crap-shoot territory...
 
but I like the crap we're shooting. After Bluenote posted the Corey Potter article, it seems as though he's a pretty solid, vocal defensive defenseman playing in a pretty competitive league, with decent size.

There's Greg Moore who improved his goal totals year over year, again in a pretty competitive league, and 15 goals (vs 9) for Maine ain't so bad if he can improve on that this coming season. At 6'1 208 lbs, he's got good size too. Had an important goal in one of the tournament games for the Bears.

And you have Nate Guenin, who improved his point total per game from .26 to .59 last season compared to the prior season, and he's got good size at 205 lbs. Unfortunately, he is 22 already, but seems to have been a late bloomer.

I actually forget now if I went with Potter or Moore, after going with Moore for so long.

Prucha73 05-27-2004 04:42 PM

Anybody know anything about Ivan Dornic and Phillip Furrer? What injury did Furrer have that he missed the whole season? Why did Dornic have such poor stats in WHL?

Son of Steinbrenner 05-27-2004 05:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by True Blue
Not the worst thing in the world, however it seems to me that we have plenty of those. Kozak has got to get some love here.

i bet if you knew who kozaks agent is you wouldn't be so high on him?

bmoak 05-27-2004 07:56 PM

Need 50 votes beofre I call the poll...

modestfwd 05-27-2004 09:19 PM

Guenin.
Great hitter, and played better offensively this year. Heard a ton about him last year, he's going to be good.

bmoak 05-27-2004 09:27 PM

OK, I'll call Kozak the winner and move on to the next poll.


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