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2011 Minnesota #2 Prospect

View Poll Results: Who is the second-best Wild prospect?
Cody Almond 0 0%
Jonas Brodin 15 20.27%
Brett Bulmer 0 0%
Charlie Coyle 32 43.24%
Tyler Cuma 0 0%
Colton Gillies 0 0%
Matt Hackett 0 0%
Erik Haula 3 4.05%
Johan Larsson 1 1.35%
Mario Lucia 0 0%
Zack Phillips 0 0%
Marco Scandella 18 24.32%
Casey Wellman 0 0%
Jason Zucker 4 5.41%
Other (please explain) 1 1.35%
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07-15-2011, 03:52 PM
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Thank you. Not that I ever have any original ideas, so there's no need to be able to start a new thread, but could I? Or a similar waiting time deal or post count number?

Sorry for the newbie questions...
There's no restriction or post count for starting a thread here but there are a couple forums where new posters can't. It's essentially that, the polls for things which new users can't participate in.

Also this might help if you have any other questions

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If those guys are technically not eligible then take them off the list. Why waste my time for guys who are invalid by the rules in the first place?

With that being said, then Coyle would have my vote if I hadn't already voted for Scandella.
Again, all of these guys are eligible according to the HF definition of what a prospect is. In short, a prospect has played in less than 65 NHL games (45 for goalies) and is under 24 (unless they signed their ELC after the age of 22).

Scandella - 20 NHL games
Gillies - 52 NHL games
Spurgeon - 53 NHL games
Wellman - 27 NHL games

Determining who is and who is not a prospect always leaves room for interpretation but for the purposes of this it makes the most sense to use the universal Hockey's Future guidelines.

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Like most of you I was debating between coyle and brodin. I ended up choosing coyle because he's a good sized power forward which aren't that common in the NHL. Also hearing he was the top prospect in SJ and ranked #18 out of the prospects in the NHL helped me decide.

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Like most of you I was debating between coyle and brodin. I ended up choosing coyle because he's a good sized power forward which aren't that common in the NHL. Also hearing he was the top prospect in SJ and ranked #18 out of the prospects in the NHL helped me decide.
That's exactly why I also chose Coyle. #3 is gonna be a tough one..

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