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12-20-2009, 06:12 PM
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St. Louis Blues

Nicholas Drazenovic - Lars Eller - Aaron Palushaj
Brett Sonne - Phillip McRae - Simon Hjalmarsson
Anthony Nigro - Jori Lehtera - Sergei Andronov
James Livingston - Ian Shultz - Tyler Shattock
(Jay Barriball)

(not all correct placement of course...)


Alex Pietrangelo - David Rundblad
Ian Cole - Jonas Junland
Cade Fairchild - Brett Ponich
(Tyler Strachan!, David Worsofsky, Kristoffer Berglund, Anthony Peluso)

Jake Allen
Ben Bishop
Hannu Toivonen

Strengths: Centers are plentiful. Defense is rock solid, maybe best in NHL for defensive prospects. Good mix overall. Solid core for goalies.

Weakness: Natural Left wingers are non existent. Lack power forwards. Lack of sniper/scorers. Probably need another goalie.

RATED 1st overall by HockeysFuture for about a year now or more?
The Blues are getting weaker at forward in their prospect pool, and naturally so, it's hard to maintain such a strong pool. But how great would it be to pick up an elite-level scorer in the coming draft and then take a couple power forwards to boot. Those are our main weaknesses.

Also, Kings and Oilers fans, you're gonna have some fun years ahead it seems.

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12-20-2009, 06:39 PM
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Kyle Clifford- Brayden Schenn- Oscar Moller

Geordie Wudrick- Andrei Loktionov- Brandon Kozun

Rich Clune- Justin Azevedo/ Trevor Lewis - Bud Holloway/ Robbie Czarnik

Dwight King- Corey Elkins- Kevin Westgarth


Thomas Hickey- Colten Teubert
Vyacheslav Voynov- Nicolas Deslauriers
Alec Martinez- Mullen/Kolomatis/Campbell

Jonathan Bernier
Martin Jones
Jeff Zatkoff
Kings also have Garret Roe and now Jake Muzzins

LA could be even better next year with guys like Bernier, Clifford, Schenn, Loktionov, Hickey, and Voynov battling for spots.

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12-20-2009, 10:58 PM
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The Blues are getting weaker at forward in their prospect pool, and naturally so, it's hard to maintain such a strong pool. But how great would it be to pick up an elite-level scorer in the coming draft and then take a couple power forwards to boot. Those are our main weaknesses.

Also, Kings and Oilers fans, you're gonna have some fun years ahead it seems.
Just for the kids who at still considered prospects, we still have Oshie, Berglund, and Perron to add to that.

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12-21-2009, 12:39 PM
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I'll try to give Detroit a shot.

Tomas Tatar-Landon Ferraro-Jan Mursak
Gustav Nyquist-Cory Emmerton-Andrej Nestrasil
Dick Axelsson-Brent Raedeke-Willie Coetzee
Mitchell Callahan-Joakim Andersson-Mattias Ritola

Jakub Kindl-Brendan Smith
Adam Almqvist-Sergei Kolosov
Brian Lashoff-Gleason Fournier
Max Nicastro

Thomas McCollum
Daniel Larsson

This is actually a pretty respectable group of prospects for the first time in awhile. Right Wing is pretty must stacked with potential while left wing has probably the most upside of any position in our system. Our defense is loaded with solid to great puck moving defensemen who short of Lashoff are all having great seasons. We have a good amount of defensively responsible forwards for the the bottom lines.

Unfortunately, we have minimal offensive potential down the middle outside of Ferraro who is having a dismal season due to injuries. Kolosov is the only true stay at home defenseman in the system although Lashoff is decent two-way defenseman. Per usual with red wings prospect pools, not a whole lot of size in that lineup. Maybe the biggest flaw is that there are very few players in that lineup who are close to making the leap up to the NHL which is the ultimate goal of prospects.

Not to bad for a team that just promoted 4 rookies. I wish I knew more about other teams prospects to see how comparable our pool is to teams around the league.


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12-21-2009, 01:20 PM
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Stalberg-Kadri-Stefanovich
Hayes-Bozak-Ryan
Flaake-Paradis-Hanson
D'Amigo-Dido-Mitchell
Frattin

Blacker-Gunnarsson
Vorobiev-Oreskovic
Mikus-Knodel
Holzer

Gustavsson
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12-21-2009, 10:46 PM
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the once mighty Hawks look a little mortal now. we are very weak on the right side, and we really no longer have anyone you would consider elite. we have a lot of solid worker bees that will do nicely as we need to fill from within due to our cap issues.

Kyle Beach, Brandon Pirri, Jack Skille
Billy Sweatt, Nathan Davis, Akim Aliu
Bryan Bickell, Evan Brophey, Igor Makarov
Peter MacArthur, Jacob Dowell, Ben Smith

Shawn Lalonde, Brian Connelly
Dylan Olson, Simon Danis-Pepin
Joe Lavin, Braden Birch

Joe Fallon
Alec Richards

overall, not too bad. I expect Skille and Bickell to be full timers or else they get dumped. there will be room on the blueline, i feel Connelly and Brennan could step right in, especially Connelly.

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12-22-2009, 12:31 AM
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TJ Galiardi ('07)-Matt Duchene ('09)-Brad Malone ('07)
Denis Parshin ('04)-Ryan O'Reilly ('09)- Kelsey Tessier ('08)
Paul Carey ('07)-Ryan Stoa ('05)-Michael Carman ('06)
Tom Fritsche ('05)-Justin Mercier ('05)-Brandon Yip ('04)

Kevin Shattenkirk ('07)-Stefan Elliot ('09)
Colby Cohen ('07)-Kyle Cumiskey ('05)
Cameron Gaunce ('08)-Tyson Barrie ('09)

Cann ('08)
Millan ('09)

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12-22-2009, 12:39 AM
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TJ Galiardi ('07)-Matt Duchene ('09)-Brad Malone ('07)
Denis Parshin ('04)-Ryan O'Reilly ('09)- Kelsey Tessier ('08)
Paul Carey ('07)-Ryan Stoa ('05)-Michael Carman ('06)
Tom Fritsche ('05)-Justin Mercier ('05)-Brandon Yip ('04)

Kevin Shattenkirk ('07)-Stefan Elliot ('09)
Colby Cohen ('07)-Kyle Cumiskey ('05)
Cameron Gaunce ('08)-Tyson Barrie ('09)

Cann ('08)
Millan ('09)
That defense is awesome.

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12-22-2009, 12:52 AM
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Capitals Prospects 23-man roster

Oskar Osala-Mathieu Perreault-Francois Bouchard
Chris Bourque-Marcus Johansson-Joel Broda
Benjamin Casavant-Anton Gustafsson-Dmitri Kugryshev
Stefan Della Rovere-Cody Eakin-Andrew Gordon
Jake Hauswirth

Karl Alzner-John Carlson
Dmitri Orlov-Joe Finley
Patrick Wey-Patrick McNeill
Josh Godfrey

Semyon Varlamov
Michal Neuvirth
Braden Holtby

Forward group's pretty solid, not to many top-6 wing prospects. Love the 4th line though.

Defense really, really dips down after the top 3, although, I think McNeill, despite his age, has some solid potential.

In goal, I think the Caps are good to go for quite a long time.
No DeSimone?

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12-23-2009, 02:11 AM
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Magnus Pajaarvi-Svensson - Riley Nash - Jordan Eberle
Linus Omark - Anton Lander - Toni Rajala
Philippe Cornet - Chris Vande Velde - Teemu Hartikainen
Liam Reddox - Milan Kytnar - Ryan O'Marra

Theo Peckham - Taylor Chorney
Jeff Petry - Johan Motin
Cody Wild - Alex Plante

Devan Dubnyk
Oilivier Roy

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12-23-2009, 02:25 AM
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Magnus Pajaarvi-Svensson - Riley Nash - Jordan Eberle
Linus Omark - Anton Lander - Toni Rajala
Philippe Cornet - Chris Vande Velde - Teemu Hartikainen
Liam Reddox - Milan Kytnar - Ryan O'Marra

Theo Peckham - Taylor Chorney
Jeff Petry - Johan Motin
Cody Wild - Alex Plante

Devan Dubnyk
Oilivier Roy
Yeah, that's pretty much it for me but I would put petry above peckham.

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12-23-2009, 12:34 PM
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That's a pretty nice prospect pool. Besides the RW you have nice balance everywhere. It would look even better with Cherepanov (may he RIP). Gotta get Sather to stop spending on FAs and let his kids play.
yeah man, the rangers really have a nice group of specs. obviously they need to pan out but i really like MDZ. that kid is gonna be real good. paired up with a marc staal for 10 yrs on the blue-line? ugh for us isles fans. wonder if sather will be able to keep them all with the way he gives FA money. He barely was able to keep both dubi and callahan this past off-season.

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12-23-2009, 12:47 PM
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No DeSimone?
It's hard to figure who he'd displace. Maybe Hauswirth or Casavant? Maybe you don't count Bourque and he slides in as the spare player?

Tough to say.

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12-23-2009, 01:02 PM
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Minnesota Wild's team is getting better...good goaltending, good defense, very crappy offense...

Minnesota Wild

Colton Gillies - Cody Almond - Erik Haula
Jere Sallinen - Danny Irmen - Robbie Earl
Eero Elo - Morten Madsen - Carson McMillan
Kristopher Foucault- Anthony Hamburg - Petr Kalus

Marco Scandella - Tyler Cuma
Nick Leddy - Clayton Stoner
Maxim Noreau - Justin Falk

Matt Hackett
Anton Khudobin

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12-23-2009, 02:44 PM
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Shirokov-Hodgson-Grabner
Rodin-Schroeder-Hansen
Anthony-Bliznak-Bolduc
Walsky-Rai-Gendur
Froshaug

Sauve-Ellington
Connauton-Oberg
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12-23-2009, 03:43 PM
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White and Pyatt have played 13 and 19 games respectively so I'm not including them

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Danny Kristo / Louis Leblanc / Alexander Avtsin
Steve Quailer / Ben Maxwell / Maxim Trunev
Dustin Walsh / Joonas Nattinen / Gabriel Dumont
Andrew Conboy / Brock Trotter / Olivier Fortier
Michael Cichy

Yannick Weber / PK Subban
David Fischer / Mathieu Carle
Mac Bennet / Joe Stejskal
Alexei Emelin
Nicolas Torp

Cedrick Desjardins
Jason Missiaen

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12-25-2009, 10:50 PM
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Columbus Blue Jackets

Filatov-Lynch-Mayorov
Calvert-Collins-Kubalik
Sestito-Starkov-LaVallee
Picard-Kana-Hansen

(Left Blunden out because he's been in Columbus most of the season)

Moore-Goloubef
Delisle-Ruth
Regner-Clitsome
HM: Weber, Larkin

Lalonde
Lacosta

The center depth is embarrassing, but that's the story of Columbus since DAY ONE. But we have marginally-skilled wingers. Go figure. I definitely love our D-core for the future, though. We NEED to draft and develop some centers. Soon.

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12-26-2009, 04:01 AM
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going with HF's prospect listings for Montreal...

Desharnais - Maxwell - Kristo
Trotter- White - Quailer
Trunev - Leblanc - Avstin
Fortier - Nattinen- Stewart


Subban - Weber
Carle - Fischer
Emelin (?) - Pateryn/Torp

Desjardins
Missianen

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Kings also have Garret Roe and now Jake Muzzins

LA could be even better next year with guys like Bernier, Clifford, Schenn, Loktionov, Hickey, and Voynov battling for spots.
Parse/Loktionov/Moller
Clifford/Schenn/Kozun
Wudrick/Elkins/Vey
Clune/Nolan/Segal

Hickey/Teubert
Muzzin/Voynov
Deslauriers/Drewiske

Bernier
Jones

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going with HF's prospect listings for Montreal...

Desharnais - Maxwell - Kristo
Trotter- White - Quailer
Trunev - Leblanc - Avstin
Fortier - Nattinen- Stewart


Subban - Weber
Carle - Fischer
Emelin (?) - Pateryn/Torp

Desjardins
Missianen
Same team, just trying to make the lines work as they would on a real team.
No room for Desharnais (too small) and Stewart (too slow).

Quailer-Leblanc-Kristo
Avtsyn-Maxwell-Trunev
Conboy-Nattinen-Trotter
Dumont-Pyatt-White

Bennett-Fischer
Belle-Subban
Webber-Carle

Desjardins
Mayer


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Your team's current all-prospect team

Building off the other thread, name your teams current all-prospect team with somewhat close positions (wingers can switch up so can dmen, and if you run out of players at certain positions). Would like to see and compare to other teams.

Senators

Hoffman, Smith, Butler
Petersson, Silfverberg, Wick
Caporusso, Daugavins, Bass
Cowick, O'brien, Zubov (don't know if he counts)

Cowen, Weircoch
Wideman, Gryba
Smith

Lehner

Decent D prospects, recent grads include Regin, Karlsson, Elliot, Lee. Forward prospects need some work decent 3-4 forward prospects and 2 blue chip dman. Needs some work, expect the Sens to draft forwards.

Criteria wise, use your head, if the player has played any significant time in the NHL say 50+ games. I didn't put Karlsson even if he may be a prospect because he has no chance of getting send back down etc.


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I'm gonna assume we're using HF's criteria of what a prospect is...?

I'll give it a shot

Stalberg - Kadri - Hayes
Caputi - Bozak - Hanson
D'Amigo - DiDomenico - Ryan
Flaake - Paradis - D. Mitchell

Gunnarsson - Holzer
Blacker - Aulie
Oreskovic - Mikus
Gysbergs

Gustavsson
Reimer
Rynnas
Scrivens

Yeah, four goalies. That's right.

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Oilers

MPS- Riley Nash- Jordan Eberle
Omark - Lander - Rajala
Cornet - Hartkininen - VandVelde
Cameron Abney - Milan Kytnar - Colin Mcdonald

Plante - Petry
Peckham - Chorney
Motin - Bigos

Roy

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Tomas Tatar - Landon Ferraro - Jan Mursak
Gustav Nyquist - Cory Emmerton - Andrej Nestrasil
Willie Coetzee - Joakim Andersson - Mattias Ritola
Dick Axelsson - Brent Raedeke - Mitchell Callahan

Brendan Smith - Brian Lashoff
Jakub Kindl - Adam Almqvist
Max Nicastro - Gleason Fournier
Nick Jensen

Thomas McCollum
Daniel Larsson


The one strength is the depth of Detroit's prospect pool at almost every position. Anyone need a puck-moving defenseman? We have them in droves. Probably the biggest weakness is down the middle where we're almost completely devoid of high-end talent but with Datsyuk/Zetterberg/Filpulla, it's not exactly a pressing issue. It's about run of the mill. Exactly what you would expect out of a team that hasn't picked higher than 19th in about two decades.

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Oilers

MPS- Riley Nash- Jordan Eberle
Omark - Lander - Rajala
Cornet - Hartkininen - VandVelde
Cameron Abney - Milan Kytnar - Colin Mcdonald

Plante - Petry
Peckham - Chorney
Motin - Bigos

Roy
A very bright future ahead of the Oilers indeed.

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