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08-10-2012, 04:30 PM
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Originally Posted by David Thicke View Post
Here's my rankings for the rest of the Montreal Canadiens prospects who were not on the Top 20 list for the article. You can compare them to this board's rankings which you polled earlier.

After the Top 20 prospects:

[23. (NR) Mark Macmillan, LW, 7.0D
MacMillan could move up if he improves this season at UND on his good freshman year. He could get to play with Kristo on the first line and then we'll really see what he's has as far as talent goes. The lanky winger needs to get bigger to play his physical style of play and has three more years of development at UND to show more improvement.

25. (20) Daniel Pribyl, C, 6.5C
Hes another big centerman. He's a bigger version similar to Plekanec with good offensive upside if he ever comes to North America. He should play again in the WJC tournament this year for the Czech team in a bigger offensive role. Others above him just showed more improvement and he will need to come to N.A in order to take the next step in his development.

26. (NR) Josiah Didier, D, 6.5C
Didier is similar to Nash and Pateryn but less offensive. A real physical, shot blocking defensive defenseman. He plays big minutes as a shutdown defender and on the penalty killing unit but has more offensive upside and will only get bigger and stronger. He needs to improve his puck moving and offensive game.
MacMillan was used mostly at center last year and he did spend some time on Kristo's line when the coach tried to break up the big line to spread out the scoring.

Pribly is not eligible for the WJC's.

Didier is nothing like Nash.

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