Thread: Prospect Info: St. Louis Blues Top Prospect #18
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09-26-2012, 03:53 PM
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I went with Tesink here, as his game should mesh with requirements for 3rd or 4th liner in The NHL, IF he continues to develop along his current track. I haven't really seen Andronov play KHL games (other than a few highlights). So, I don't know how the two of them compare as to the chances of succeeding in The NHL. But, based on scouting reports and forum poster comments, I'd guess that Andronov would have NO chance of being an NHL 4th liner, and, thus, have less opportunity to be an NHL-fit than Tesink. So, I went with the latter.

Really, the rest after the two mentioned above, can be put in a hat, and would be a complete crapshoot. There are too many factors and intangibles that could affect their development to rank them with any worth.

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