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Paradise 08-15-2011 11:34 AM

Winnipeg Jets 2011 Top-20 Prospects #14
 
Number 1
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Mark Scheifele (C) - Barrie Colts (OHL)
Selected Round 1, #7 Overall in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 2
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Carl Klingberg (LW) - Timra IK (SEL)
Selected Round 2, #34 Overall in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 3
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Patrice Cormier (C) - Winnipeg Jets (NHL)
Selected Round 2, #54 Overall in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 4
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Jason Gregoire (LW) - University of North Dakota (WCHA)
Selected Round 3, #76 Overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 5
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Paul Postma (D) - Chicago Wolves (AHL)
Selected Round 7, #205 Overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 6
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Ivan Telegin (C) - Barrie Colts (OHL)
Selected Round 4, #101 Overall in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 7
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Spencer Machacek (RW) - Chicago Wolves (AHL)
Selected Round 3, #67 Overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 8
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Adam Lowry (LW) - Swift Current Broncos (WHL)
Selected Round 3, #67 Overall in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 9
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Eric O'Dell (C) - Sudbury Wolves (OHL)
Selected Round 2, #39 Overall in the 2008 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 10
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Ben Maxwell (C) - Winnipeg Jets (NHL)
Selected Round 2, #49 Overall in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 11
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Arturs Kulda (D) - Chicago Wolves (AHL)
Selected Round 7, #200 Overall in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 12
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Zachary Yuen (D) - Tri-City Americans (WHL)
Selected Round 4, #119 Overall in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft

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Number 13
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Brennan Serville (D) - University of Michigan (CCHA)
Selected Round 3, #78 Overall in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft


Paradise 08-15-2011 11:42 AM

Mr.Momentum hasn't done a poll in a few days, so I thought I'd finish what he started. Hope you don't mind Mr.M:). The poll will be open for 1 day.

Guerzy 08-15-2011 11:44 AM

I'll go with Julian Melchiori.

puck stoppa 08-15-2011 01:36 PM

Is anyone else concerned with the lack of depth between the pipes. If one or both Jet goalies go down long term can one of these guys even fill in as a backup?

Paradise 08-15-2011 01:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by puck stoppa (Post 35942943)
Is anyone else concerned with the lack of depth between the pipes. If one or both Jet goalies go down long term can one of these guys even fill in as a backup?

Pasquale should be our starting goalie in the AHL. He could be an NHL backup as early as next season (if we don't go with a vet backup). If both Pavelic and Mason go down, there's a ton of available goalies in FA. I'm not worried:)

Hank Chinaski 08-15-2011 01:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by puck stoppa (Post 35942943)
Is anyone else concerned with the lack of depth between the pipes. If one or both Jet goalies go down long term can one of these guys even fill in as a backup?

Next on the depth chart is Peter Mannino, who's too old to really be considered a prospect at age 27. He's an AHL vet who's had a taste of the show, and could probably be counted on for a couple of games.

Beyond him, it's pretty thin.

wpgsilver 08-15-2011 02:32 PM

I went with Melchiori. I've heard enough good about him to give him the nod. Plus he sounds like he's next in line to be a Mob boss.

WJG 08-15-2011 03:01 PM

Anyone hear if the Jets signed Alex Kangas or Jesse Martin?

I believe they become UFAs soon if not signed.

Paradise 08-15-2011 04:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by wpgsilver (Post 35944405)
I went with Melchiori. I've heard enough good about him to give him the nod. Plus he sounds like he's next in line to be a Mob boss.



His uncle is NHL senior VP of hockey operations Mike Murphy. lol

TroubaFan1 08-15-2011 05:22 PM

I vote for Melchiori again.

Paradise 08-15-2011 06:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Running Riot (Post 35945271)
Anyone hear if the Jets signed Alex Kangas or Jesse Martin?

I believe they become UFAs soon if not signed.

Today's the deadline to sign them. I haven't heard anything about that happening.

Paradise 08-15-2011 07:04 PM

This the latest I've found on Jesse Martin. His return doesn't sound all that good to me.

http://denver.cbslocal.com/2011/03/0...oneers-hockey/

AndersUlfBobby 08-15-2011 09:59 PM

My vote this time 'round goes to Edward Pasquale.

And here's why...

Chris Mason turned 35 this past April. Let's be honest, how many years can we count on Chris being a quality back up for the Jets? Not that many I'm thinking. As a result, we are going to need someone to share the duties in the next few years. If that guy is going to be coming from within the organization, who is it going to be? Mannino, Pasquale, Carrazzi, Kangas, Pettersson-Wentzel or Kasdorf. My money is on Mannino getting the first shot at it. However, this poll doesn't appear to consider Mannino a prospect. Is that because he's already seen action in 5 NHL games (3 with NYI in '08-09 and 2 last season with the Thrashers).

So if I have to pick between Petterson-Wentzel or Pasquale (the only goalies in the list), I've gotta go with Pasquale. He's already got one year of pro hockey under his belt, playing in 24 Wolves games last year with a 2.93 GAA and 900 save %. He also saw action in 12 games with Gwinnett. On the other hand P-W, although the same age as Pasquale, was still playing in Europe last year. So he's had no exposure to the North American game yet. In my books, he's still 2-3 years from being a serious contender for goaltender.

Okay, I didn't notice Kangas was in the list too. But I'm still going with Pasquale 'cause I don't like Kangas' numbers with Minnesota this past season.

Rhodes 81 08-15-2011 10:49 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by puck stoppa (Post 35942943)
Is anyone else concerned with the lack of depth between the pipes. If one or both Jet goalies go down long term can one of these guys even fill in as a backup?

atlanta didn't really have much of a reason to take goalies high while they still had lehtonen and pavelec.

manino could be a competent backup, pasquale should be the ahl starter this year, kangas is turning pro. that's enough. it's rare that both your goalies get hurt at once.


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