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Ranking habs prospects: #18

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Jeremiah Addison 23 47.92%
Scott Walford 7 14.58%
Zach Fucale 13 27.08%
Hayden Hawkey 2 4.17%
Cayden Primeau 2 4.17%
Lucas Vejdemo 0 0%
Jarret Tyszka 0 0%
Daniel Audette 1 2.08%
Antoine Waked 0 0%
Casey Staum 0 0%
Markus Eisenschmid 0 0%
Arvid Henrikson 0 0%
Jérémy Grégoire 0 0%
Michael Pezzetta 0 0%
Nikolas Koberstein 0 0%
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07-15-2017, 04:46 PM
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Ranking habs prospects: #18

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A player will be considered a prospect until he meets the following criteria:

If a prospect is a skater (forward, defenseman) and has played in 65 NHL games or more before the completion of the season of his 24th birthday; or, if a goaltender has played in 45 NHL games before the completion of the season of his 24th birthday, that player will be considered graduated to the NHL. Conversely, if a player completes the season of his 24th birthday without passing those milestones, then that player will no longer be considered a prospect by Hockey's Future, regardless of the players status with his NHL club.
An NCAA player who signs his first contract at or above the age of 22 has three years to meet the above criteria (65/45), while those NCAA players that turn pro under the age of 22 will be subjected to the criteria above.

European players who sign their first NHL contract at or above the age of 22 have three seasons from the time they sign that contract to meet the above criteria. Those European players below the age of 22 that have signed a NHL contract will be subjected to the criteria in section one.
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Results:
1. Noah Juulsen
2. Victor Mete
3. Charlie Lindgren
4. Charles Hudon
5. Ryan Poehling
6. Nikita Scherbak
7. Joni Ikonen
8. Michael McCarron
9. Michael McNiven
10. Jacob De La Rose
11. Josh Brook
12. Jake Evans
13. Brett Lernout
14. Martin Reway
15. Will Bitten
16. Cale Fleury
17. Simon Bourque

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It had been a while since a prospect was voted in where I have him.

I'm going with Walford here.

He can skate, he can hit and he can pass and he's over 6''. Probably not more than a bottom pairing guy, but a nice one.

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How is Zach Fucale so far ahead of Cayden Primeau??

Prediction: Primeau goes farther.

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It had been a while since a prospect was voted in where I have him.

I'm going with Walford here.

He can skate, he can hit and he can pass and he's over 6''. Probably not more than a bottom pairing guy, but a nice one.
You're joking, right?

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You're joking, right?
Bottom pairing that are not one-dimensional are nice.

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How is Zach Fucale so far ahead of Cayden Primeau??

Prediction: Primeau goes farther.
Maybe because there was 198 picks before him.
He was ranked higher (58 by Hockeyprospects, 84 by TSN and 100th by Future considerations) so 2nd, 3rd and 4th round so for a 199th pick we did well.
We will see as we signed McNiven for nothing last year.

Anyway for now, Lindgren is a 2018-20 project, Fucale is a 2019-22 project and Primeau after 4 years in NCAA would be a 2021-24 project.
Hoping Lindgren will be ready to replace Montoya in 2018-19. For now, he can compare pretty well with other in the AHL at the same age.

Next year, it is going to be between McNiven and Fucale for backup in AHL.

In any case, Fucale and Primeau are both pretty low, we are now at pick #18.
Tough to see "Fucale so far ahead"... when you already have 17th picks gone.

I could say the same about Reway, Bitten, Adisson or even Evans being so far ahead of Audette.
He was 6th with the Caps and every player in the team was older than him (except Juulsen in PO).
So I am curious how he will perform in AHL next year.
Maybe he is under the radar because of his size.
With Holland and Froese competing for center let's see where it goes.
We do need centers.
Even with Galchenyuk and Danault as top-2, we will need a third center to replace Plekanec.
It has to be between DLR, Audette, McCarron or a miracle with Holland/Froese happens.


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Maybe because there was 198 picks before him.
He was ranked higher (58 by Hockeyprospects, 84 by TSN and 100th by Future considerations) so 2nd, 3rd and 4th round so for a 199th pick we did well.
We will see as we signed McNiven for nothing last year.

Anyway for now, Lindgren is a 2018-20 project, Fucale is a 2019-22 project and Primeau after 4 years in NCAA would be a 2021-24 project.
Hoping Lindgren will be ready to replace Montoya in 2018-19. For now, he can compare pretty well with other in the AHL at the same age.

Next year, it is going to be between McNiven and Fucale for backup in AHL.

In any case, Fucale and Primeau are both pretty low, we are now at pick #18.
Tough to see "Fucale so far ahead"... when you already have 17th picks gone.
Fucale can't stop a beach ball. He is not a prospect. He is not a project. He is not even a prayer.

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Maybe because there was 198 picks before him.
He was ranked higher (58 by Hockeyprospects, 84 by TSN and 100th by Future considerations) so 2nd, 3rd and 4th round so for a 199th pick we did well.

Do you happen to have the HP, TSN and FC rankings for all of our picks?

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