Thread: Prospect Info: Year End Top 20
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04-04-2013, 12:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Rick16 View Post
Why is Nygren so low on those lists? Hasn't he won the award for best defensman in the Swedish league or something like that.
I haven't seen much of Nygren so perhaps he should be highe. He did have a big season but I want to see how he handles the smaller ice.

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Originally Posted by BaseballCoach View Post
Based on results in College, I don't see how Mark MacMillan could be ranked higher than Gab Dumont.
For me it's pretty easy as MacMillan just flat out flies on the ice, but also has a lot of offensive skills (his passing/stickhandling at top notch). Love the way Dumont plays but feel his upside is very limited.

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Originally Posted by penopekoo View Post
Awesome work on the article, montreal. You are literally the Habs prospects guru, and I always look to your opinions to find out how the players in our system are doing.

Like a few folks here, I'm curious to see what will become of Nygren. As I understand it, he is basically a purely offensive defensemen. Will be interesting to see how he does when he comes to NA.
Thanks a lot. That's my understanding of Nygren as well so we'll see how it goes for him assuming they get a deal worked out as it would be nice to see him get in a few games with Hamilton if possible (since his team is still playing)

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