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Montreal Canadiens #27 Prospect Voting

View Poll Results: 27th Prospect.
Hunter Bishop LW 0 0%
Philippe Lefebvre LW 0 0%
Olivier Fortier C 5 8.20%
Ian Schultz RW 12 19.67%
Joe Stejskal D 3 4.92%
Colin Sullivan D 2 3.28%
Maxim Trunev RW 22 36.07%
Dustin Walsh C 16 26.23%
John Westin C 1 1.64%
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08-11-2011, 09:33 AM
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Montreal Canadiens #27 Prospect Voting

Who is the Montreal Canadiens 27th best prospect? Feel free to use your own interpretation of the term "best prospect."... whether that be most upside, or most likely to have a good NHL career. Make sure to tell me who to add to the next poll.



Montreal Canadiens HFBoards Prospect Rankings:

#1: Nathan Beaulieu
Defenseman Saint John Sea Dogs.
1st Round, 17th Overall; 2011

110 Votes; 44.90% of the vote

#2: Louis Leblanc
Centre/Right Wing Hamilton Bulldogs.
1st Round, 18th Overall; 2009

50 Votes; 68.49% of the vote

#3: Alexei Yemelin
Defenseman Montreal Canadiens.
3rd Round, 84th Overall; 2004

73 votes, 37.24% of the vote

#4: Jarred Tinordi
Defenseman London Knights.
1st Round, 22nd Overall; 2010

76 votes, 45.78% of the vote

#5: Danny Kristo
Right Wing North Dakota Fighting Sioux.
2nd Round, 56th Overall; 2008

78 votes, 71.56% of the vote

#6: Aaron Palushaj
Right Wing Hamilton Bulldogs.
STL 2nd Round, 44th Overall; 2007; acquired for Matt D'Agostini

65 votes, 39.88% of the vote

#7: Alexander Avtsin
Right Wing Hamilton Bulldogs.
4th Round, 109th Overall; 2009

57 votes, 35.63% of the vote

#8: Brendan Gallagher
Right Wing Vancouver Giants.
5th Round, 147th Overall; 2010

84 votes, 53.16% of the vote

#9: Michael Bournival
Centre Shawinigan Cataractes.
COL 3rd Round, 71st Overall; 2010; Acquired for Ryan O'Byrne

61 votes, 42.66% of the vote

#10: Raphael Diaz
Defenseman Hamilton Bulldogs
Free Agent Signing; 2011

43 votes, 53.75% of the vote

#11: McKinley 'Mac' Bennett
Defenseman Michigan Wolverines
3rd Round, 79th Overall; 2009

29 votes, 33.33% of the vote

#12: Andreas Engqvist
Centre/Right Wing Hamilton Bulldogs
Free Agent Siging; 2009

53 votes, 38.41% of the vote

#13: Brendon Nash
Defenseman Hamilton Bulldogs
Free Agent Singing; 2010

41 votes, 35.34% of the vote

#14: Morgan Ellis
Defenseman Cape Breton Screaming Eagles
4th Round, 117th Overall; 2010

52 votes, 56.52% of the vote; tiebreaker versus Mathieu Carle


#15: Joonas Nattinen
Centre/Right Wing Blues SM-Liiga
3rd Round, 65th Overall; 2009

26 votes, 31.71% of the vote

#16: Magnus Nygren
Defenseman Farjestad SEL
4th Round, 113th Overall; 2011
21 votes, 21.21% of the vote

#17: Daniel Pribyl
Centre/Winger HC Sparta Praha
6th Round, 168th Overall; 2011
43 votes, 28.48% of the vote.
Won by one vote in 4-way tie-breaker.


#18: Greg Pateryn
Defenseman Michigan Wolverines
TOR 5th Round, 128th Overall; 2008; acquired for Mikhail Grabovski
39 votes, 28.68% of the vote

#19: Gabriel Dumont
Centre Hamilton Bulldogs
5th Round, 139th Overall; 2009
38 votes, 33.63% of the vote


#20: Andrew Conboy
Left Wing Hamilton Bulldogs
5th Round, 142th Overall; 2007
34 votes, 27.20% of the vote


#21: Alain Berger
Winger Hamilton Bulldogs
Free Agent Signing; 2011
46 votes, 63.01% of the vote; tie-breaker versus Steve Quailer


#22: Steve Quailer
Winger Northeastern University Huskies
3rd Round; 86th Overall; 2008
24 votes, 30.38% of the vote

#23: Mark MacMillan
Left Wing North Dakota Fighting Sioux
4th Round; 113th Overall; 2010
59 votes, 54.63% of the vote; tie-breaker versus Olivier Archambault

#24: Olivier Archambault
Left Wing Drummondville Voltigeurs
4th Round; 108th Overall; 2011
32 votes, 34.04% of the vote

#25: Josiah Didier
Defenseman Denver Pioneers
4th Round; 97th Overall; 2011
27 votes, 32.53% of the vote

#26: Darren Dietz
Defenseman Saskatoon Blades
5th Round; 138th Overall; 2011
24 votes, 27.59% of the vote


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Two things;

1. I thought we did tie-breakers, even if someone had a lead of a vote or two, as you have been doing since the start?

2. You forgot to change the #26th prospect to the #27th.

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Schultz. Maybe next thread only do pictures for the top five and Avtsin since his picture is bad ass.

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Two things;

1. I thought we did tie-breakers, even if someone had a lead of a vote or two, as you have been doing since the start?

2. You forgot to change the #26th prospect to the #27th.
1. I thought we'd just continue, I've already been getting quite slow with these, wouldn't want it dragging along too much. But if from now on you want me to do tie-breaker, then I'll do it.

2. Fixed.

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I think tie breakers this far in is kind of pointless. Is anyone going to complain if their #26 guy is #27 or vice versa? The point of the thread has been completed really, top 20-25 is most important imo.

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I think tie breakers this far in is kind of pointless. Is anyone going to complain if their #26 guy is #27 or vice versa? The point of the thread has been completed really, top 20-25 is most important imo.
Yeah, this was my thinking as well.

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Yeah, this was my thinking as well.
That's the problem though. You had it at the beginning, where someone would win by a vote or two and it would be taken to a tie-breaker and lose his spot. I think if you introduce the tie-breaker rule, you should keep it as is.

But it's only my opinion. Not tell you how to run things at all, just found it kind of weird.

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Dustin Walsh appears to be underrated, just needs to fill out his frame and be more consistent offensively. Could be an interesting player for the Dogs in another year or two.

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Fortier, he's gonna be awesome whenever he plays on CBC, that's at least 25 pts a year in the NHL.

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Dustin Walsh appears to be underrated, just needs to fill out his frame and be more consistent offensively. Could be an interesting player for the Dogs in another year or two.
I've been voting for Walsh for the last 11 votes or so. Big fan.

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And again, I can't believe no one is voting for Stejskal. He's top 25 for sure.

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And again, I can't believe no one is voting for Stejskal. He's top 25 for sure.
I was voting for Dietz for quite a while, but now that he's in I'm voting Stejskal

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I'm voting Trunev since #18 i think...

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And again, I can't believe no one is voting for Stejskal. He's top 25 for sure.
Stejskal is an interesting prospect, have been watching him for the past 4 years and was glad to see him signed. Wasn't too impressed with him in Hamilton but we'll see what he does after a full season in the AHL.

Watching the Big Green, I prefer Walsh to Stejskal in terms of upside but Stejskal is more entertaining to watch or was moreso when he was adjusting to the ECAC as he was a human wrecking ball that just ran into everyone. The coaches had him tone it down as they needed him on the ice instead of the penalty box, but watching him throw his body around like a mad man was fun to watch.

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OMG where's Mitera and Olsson?

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I don't believe Trunez will ever come over here so he's pretty much dead to me.

I voted Sullivan, he seems to have a decent potential. Good skater and hard worker from what I gathered...

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Trunev wins, Mods please close.

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