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06-18-2012, 08:34 PM
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Originally Posted by Grant McCagg View Post
I thought Galchenyuk and TT would be higher, but TT did rise 21 spots, certainly the most significant riser on his list.

I was a little surprised to see Reinhart that high, but folks are always intrigued by a 6-4 defenceman with a good shot who can skate like Griffin. Collberg at 27 doesn't work for me. Yes the NHL is a copycat league and the Kings had lots of tall forwards, but surely they don't all have Collberg that low because he's slightly undersized.. There is still room on plenty of NHL teams for top six forwards under 6-0 tall. I'm not sure there was a better draft eligible prospect than Collberg at the U-20's..some scouts seem to have short memories.
Do you notice that big centers like Faksa, Giegensons move up on the ranking?

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