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Z40's top 100 list, 37th overall

View Poll Results: who should be 37th?
Stanislav Chistov 10 23.26%
Shea Weber 4 9.30%
Lauri Tukonen 4 9.30%
Alex Perezhogin 7 16.28%
Andrej Meszaros 1 2.33%
Mike Richards 7 16.28%
Chuck Kobasew 4 9.30%
Anton Babchuk 3 6.98%
Carlo Colaiacovo 1 2.33%
Corey Perry 1 2.33%
Pierre-Marc Bouchard 0 0%
Ryan Kesler 1 2.33%
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05-25-2005, 08:12 PM
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Z40's top 100 list, 37th overall

The Top 100 list:

1. Ilya Kovalchuk.............43......74.14% (2001)
2. Alexander Ovechkin......20......33.90% (2004)
3. Kari Lehtonen..............22......41.51% (2002)
4. Rick Nash...................22.......55.00% (2002)
5. Jason Spezza..............29.......51.79% (2001)
6. Jay Bouwmeester........18.......31.03% (2002)
7. Tuomo Ruutu..............23.......43.40% (2001)
8. Evgeny Malkin.............15.......26.79% (2004)
9. Joni Pitkanen..............16.......30.19% (2002)
10. Nikolai Zherdev..........20.......35.71% (2003)
11. Eric Staal.................24........41.38% (2003)
12. Dion Phaneuf............21........50.00% (2003)
13. Marc-Andre Fleury.....21........40.38% (2003)

14. Dan Hamhuis............17........31.48% (2001)
15. Ryan Suter..............18........36.00% (2003)
16. Nathan Horton..........17........34.00% (2003)
17. Thomas Vanek..........13........27.08% (2003)
18. Patrice Bergeron.......11........26.19% (2003)
19. Jeff Carter...............13........28.26% (2003)

20. Cameron Barker........12........27.91% (2004)
21. Hannu Toivonen.......14........32.56% (2002)
22. Dustin Brown...........17........39.53% (2003)
23. Ryan Getzlaf............12........24.00% (2003)

24. Joffrey Lupul...........15.........31.91% (2002)
25. Alexander Semin......23.........54.76% (2002)
26. Rostislav Olesz........16.........38.10% (2004)
27. Milan Michalek.........8..........20.00% (2003)
28. Mike Komisarek........9..........23.08% (2001)
29. Ales Hemsky...........12........26.67% (2001)
30. Zach Parise............19........34.55% (2003)
31. Braydon Coburn.......19........42.22% (2003)

32. Stephen Weiss........15........32.61% (2001)
33. Andrei Kostitsyn.......9.........18.00% (2003)
34. Denis Grebeshkov.......12......23.53%(2002)
35. Ryan Whitney.............8......17.02% (2002)
36. Fedor Tyutin...............11.....24.44% (2001)

remember to say who you wanna add in the next one...
Im picking: Stanislav Chistov
Next added: Ryan Kesler
Im gonna say add: Igor Grigorenko

Possible picks to be added, four from each draft:
Igor Grigorenko, Tim Gleason, Jeff Woywitka, Marcel Goc
Matthew Stajan, Alexander Steen, Steve Eminger, Sean Bergenheim
Corey Perry, Eric Fehr, Pat, M-A Pouliot, Brent Seabrook,
Alexander Picard, Alexander Radulov, Petteri Nokelainen, Ladislav Smid

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Perezhogin....add Radulov

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Alex Perezhogin and add Dan Fritsche

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Perezhogin? Is this for the best player in the penetentiary league?

Richards is the best prospect on this list, slightly ahead of Kobasew. Add Mike Cammalleri.

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Mike Richards. Add Seabrook.

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Wait can Camms be added? // If so wtf happened here how has he not been chosen above half those people just scored most goals in the AHL second most points has played several NHL games and i believe should be recognized before a lot of people who have been chosen

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Wait can Camms be added? // If so wtf happened here how has he not been chosen above half those people just scored most goals in the AHL second most points has played several NHL games and i believe should be recognized before a lot of people who have been chosen
well i know id rather have a guy like radulov over camms for sure, potentially

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Cammalleri will be much better than Radulov. Cammalleri has Steve Sullivan type potential: a perennial 60-plus point player with the potential to go over 70 points. I don't see Radulov clearing 70 points.

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Disagree, Radulov might be the most skilled forward the Predators have ever drafted.

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Actually, David Legwand is the most skilled forward that the Preds have ever drafted. He just doesn't always use it. Nashville is a relatively young team that has drafted two grittier forwards and two future star d-men, so being the most skilled forward still isn't that hard.

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Cammalleri will be much better than Radulov. Cammalleri has Steve Sullivan type potential: a perennial 60-plus point player with the potential to go over 70 points. I don't see Radulov clearing 70 points.
sorry bro but radulov wasnt drafted top 10 for nothing. I think radulov has a lot better potential then a steve sullivan

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Actually, David Legwand is the most skilled forward that the Preds have ever drafted. He just doesn't always use it. Nashville is a relatively young team that has drafted two grittier forwards and two future star d-men, so being the most skilled forward still isn't that hard.
actually i disagree. Legwand never impresses me at all. His stats are underrated and IMHO he only plays good against detroit...

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I'd say Erat and Radulov both have more skill than Legwand, but Legwand is the fastest of those players.

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Actually, Radulov went 15th in the weakest draft in half a decade. Ovechkin, Malkin and Olesz are the only forwards from 2004 with bona-fide, front-line forward potential. The rest, including Radulov, will be second-liners at best. Radulov had only 75 points in the run-and-gun Q this year.

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75 points in his first year of North American Hockey doesn't seem bad to me. Radulov has first line talent.

I guess it's just not close that huge number of points Cammalleri put up his first year in college....

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