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09-29-2004, 02:02 PM
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Originally Posted by flyercide
i think stanley has a good point. id rather see an age cutoff when evaluating teams youth depth-rankings compared to other organizations. i understand hf is focusing specifically on "prospects" but taking young players who are actually already good enough to play in the nhl penalizes teams actually stronger than they appear to be in the prospect department. so regarding team rankings age only would be a better cutoff for prospects than age/games played.
My main issue is with the "lack" of goaltending depth. Bruckler, Beauchemin, and Tremblay are all good prospocts IMO and I wasn't aware that other teams had as good, I regarded goaltending as a bit of a strength, any explanation?

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