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11-23-2004, 04:36 PM
And the winner is...
Join Date: Sep 2003
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Originally Posted by
people most likely agree with rt.
That list is so bias it made me chuckle.
Lets go down the list one by one:
01) Johan Fransson 8.0C- Saying he has the upside of a #2 defenseman is hardly a stretch, but because he's a few years away, he has a C.
02) Trevor Daley 7.5B- You yourself don't think he'll be more than a #3. Well a 7 is 3-4 d-man, so this is saying he's a really good #3. Again, not a stretch.
03) Shawn Belle 8.0D- This guy has all the tools to be great, but also has a lot of hockey sense issues. Chances are he won't reach his true potential, hence the D.
04) Mark Fistric 7.0A- Potential to be a solid #4 guy, and is a fairly safe bet to get there.
05) Niclas Grossman 7.0B- Compared to Mattias Norstrom by the guy who runs eliteprospects.com, a few years away so he gets a B
06) Matt Nickerson 6.0B- Bottom pairin, enforcer type. Again, I dont see a problem with giving him a 6.
07) Dan Jancevski 6.0A- You get what you see with him; a #6/7 guy who plays decent defensively
08) Elias Granath 5.5B- Guy who wont get out of the AHL without injuries occuring
09) Nik Vaino 5.5B- Same as Granath
10) John Erskine 5.5A- Similar situation to Jancevski; you get what you see.
11) Trevor Ludwig 5.0B- AHL spare
12) Lukas Vomela 5.0B-AHL spare
13) Geoff Waugh 5.0A-AHL spare
14) Vadim Khomitski 5.0C-AHL spare
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