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04-21-2013, 10:05 AM
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Originally Posted by FiLe View Post
The years are obviously cherry-picked to dis Granlund, which makes it doubly hilarious for me to point out that Vatanen's -91.

Also, Armia being the 2nd best has no basis... at least yet.
I didn't mean to "cherry-pick" the years to dis Granlund. (What makes you think that?? What about all the other names below Granlund??) Just putting together an "update" for a relative ranking of the most prominent prospects. Granlund has already shown that he will be a solid top-6 player in the NHL. I had my doubts concerning his skating but his speed looks already sufficient. Next season he should be some kind of impact player in the NHL. --- Vatanen is indeed -91 born, sorry. I wanted to include him for obvious reasons. I put him above Granlund but it was close. In fact, Vatanen is still a bit of a project, even more than Granlund but his upside just seems tad higher.

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