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Who Could be the biggest bust?

View Poll Results: Who will be the biggest bust?
Anisimov 4 3.74%
Cherepanov 40 37.38%
Dawes 3 2.80%
Del Zotto 9 8.41%
Dubinsky 2 1.87%
Dupont 3 2.80%
Fritsche 3 2.80%
Girardi 1 0.93%
Grachev 2 1.87%
Korpikoski 3 2.80%
Prucha 11 10.28%
Pyatt 4 3.74%
Sanguinetti 12 11.21%
Staal 1 0.93%
Zherdev 9 8.41%
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07-23-2008, 04:16 PM
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Is this some kinda bust?


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07-23-2008, 04:25 PM
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Nice beaver...thanks I just got it stuffed...

But having Prucha in there is odd in a way. But in another way, it's not. As with everything in this forum parameters need to be set. Is the person a bust from the time he was drafted, or after he exceeds expectations which then set the bar higher?

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IMO None of them will become busts. but if any of them fall short of there potential i think it would be MDZ.
It's nearly impossible that out of all those players none of them bust.

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07-23-2008, 06:01 PM
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Cherepanov is an easy pick here. He'll either be amazing or he won't be here at all.

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Voted for Sangs, he could be a flop for sure.

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07-23-2008, 06:13 PM
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Sanguinetti.

He'll fall victim to the Leetch curse. We got a taste of a hall of fame offensive dman and I don't think that any of this new breed of offensive dmen will live up to that.

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Zherdev gets my vote, if we can't sign him then we gave up Toots for nothing really.

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07-24-2008, 03:42 PM
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Voted for Cherepanov b/c really anything this kid does short of becoming "the next one" is going to be a letdown for some.

Even if the kid is scoring at a good clip, someone is going to boo him @ MSG or suggest here that Slats should have picked player X.

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07-24-2008, 03:47 PM
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Can you really call Cherepanov a bust if he stays in russia? I wouldn't vote for him simply cause he's already proven in a mens league where as guys like DZ and Sangs seem like they could end up being very big defensive liabilities. Just my .02 . i voted DZ, although i think the three of the guys i mentioned will have solid careers

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07-24-2008, 05:23 PM
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Can you really call Cherepanov a bust if he stays in russia?
Brendl played a total of 2 playoff games for hartford before getting traded and for whatever irrational reason, he's still considered a ranger bust. Even if he never comes over, Cherapanov is going to be brought up as a bust no matter what he does outside the NHL.

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07-24-2008, 06:42 PM
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oh sorry, thought it said.... who has the biggest bust.


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07-24-2008, 06:48 PM
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07-24-2008, 10:12 PM
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Maybe its just me, but I feel like defenseman that are drafted based on their offensive potential don't turn out well. Its like 1/100 that the offense translates over. I have hopes for Sangs and DZ but I would rather get a responsible Dman with some offense, than a liability on defense at the junior level with fantastic offense.

Its a recurring nightmare that we end up with a Marc-Andre Bergeron clone, and that would be best case scenario. I just don't see it happening but the good news is there is plenty of time to grow.

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I voted Sangs. I see what he can do on the power play but defensively i'm not so sure yet, gotta give the kid time obviously, he has skill.

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I would trade Cherepanov for a young talented winger or a late first rounder right now if someones interested.

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