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06-11-2010, 03:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Hiishawk View Post
Of the players you mentioned I'd say only Yogan and Sundher are top 6 types. This doesn't mean that they are better than the other players you mentioned or will go highwer in the draft, it's that they have a bit more top 6-type raw skill although they have both been noted for inconsistency and lacking a well-rounded game (Yogan by effort, Sundher by sense). The others are safer bets for 3rd/4th line duty. All of these players would seem to fall into the 3rd/4th round area.
Iíd like to think that Donskoi has some potential to develop into a top-6 forward, because puck skills are the thing that separates him from many other prospects. On the other hand Donskoi is far from a safe bet for 3rd/4th line duty. He doesnít have the best possible mentality for a checking role, his skating isnít that explosive on a straight line, he isnít exceptionally strong physically, doesnít hit much and has quite a lot to learn defensively.

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