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View Poll Results: Vote for our #2 prospect
Mika Zibanejad 12 8.22%
Jared Cowen 82 56.16%
Robin Lehner 41 28.08%
Nikita Filatov 10 6.85%
Matthew Puempel 0 0%
Stefan Noesen 0 0%
Jakob Silfverberg 0 0%
Bobby Butler 1 0.68%
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06-29-2011, 07:40 AM
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Sens Board Prospect Rankings (2nd)

David Rundblad won #1. Bobby Butler has been added to this poll. Please mention another add in candidate.

Rankings:
1. David Rundblad (61.50%)


I'll go with Cowen. Wiercioch to add.

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06-29-2011, 08:02 AM
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I voted for Cowen.

Please add Patrick Wiercioch.

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Wow I picked lehner but Cowen is great too.

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Gotta be my man, J to the mutha****ing C.
Jonathan motha****in Cheechoo?

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Zibanejad because of his potential.

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I chose Cowen. He has the chance to a top-pairing, shutdown defenceman with some offensive upside.

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06-29-2011, 08:46 AM
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Can probably skip the next two. It's gotta be Cowen and Lehner, in that order.

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06-29-2011, 09:03 AM
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Cowen will not be a top pairing defenceman. I think ppl around here ought to lower their expectations for him, or they will be very disappointed and frustrated.

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Cowen will not be a top pairing defenceman. I think ppl around here ought to lower their expectations for him, or they will be very disappointed and frustrated.
Concur.

Voted Lehner, but i thought he should have been #1

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How the heck is this not Lehner? AHL Calder Cup MVP?

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I think people are overrating Cowen a bit.

Lehner, Zibanejad, Puempel and Filatov all have more potential.

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I think people are overrating Cowen a bit.

Lehner, Zibanejad, Puempel and Filatov all have more potential.
I think you are underrating Cowen a lot.

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Can probably skip the next two. It's gotta be Cowen and Lehner, in that order.
Disagree.

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Voted Cowen.

I just don't like ranking goalies that high (as prospects) until they can prove themselves in the NHL.

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Its gotta be 19 year old AHL MVP > Cowen

If you vote based on potential it should probably be Lehner
If you vote based on who's done more at the pro level, its Lehner

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I think you are underrating Cowen a lot.
I'm not underrating him. He's very safe to be a top 4 defender, but in terms of potential (which is how we should measure prospects, given the nature of prospects) I believe those four have higher top end.

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Its gotta be 19 year old AHL MVP > Cowen

If you vote based on potential it should probably be Lehner
If you vote based on who's done more at the pro level, its Lehner
Brian Elliot was an AHL all star...

It is hard to rank goalie prospects with the rest as you never know how they will turn out in the NHL.

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I'm not underrating him. He's very safe to be a top 4 defender, but in terms of potential (which is how we should measure prospects, given the nature of prospects) I believe those four have higher top end.
If we're going to rank these guys based on potential, then Cowen should be topping this list quite easily. Rundblad is our top prospect because he's more proven, but Cowen has unique package of size, skill and skating that no other prospect has.

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Brian Elliot was an AHL all star...

It is hard to rank goalie prospects with the rest as you never know how they will turn out in the NHL.
Kind of like a forward or D prospect?

HF 1993- Sens Board top prospect voted to be: Alexandre Daigle... "Sure Bet to be a high scoring impact forward"

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Brian Elliot was an AHL all star...

It is hard to rank goalie prospects with the rest as you never know how they will turn out in the NHL.
Brian was 23-24 year old AHL star. Goalies who have won the calder cup at 19 have all become NHL stars. As in no exception.

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Kind of like a forward or D prospect?

HF 1993- Sens Board top prospect voted to be: Alexandre Daigle... "Sure Bet to be a high scoring impact forward"
So goalies are not more volatile as prospects compared to dmen / fwds?

There is a reason NHL teams rarely pick goalies in the first round, even though it is probably the most important position in Hockey.

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