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Montreal Canadiens #28 Prospect Voting

View Poll Results: 28th Prospect
Hunter Bishop LW 0 0%
Philippe Lefebvre LW 2 3.33%
Olivier Fortier C 6 10.00%
Ian Schultz RW 16 26.67%
Joe Stejskal D 9 15.00%
Colin Sullivan D 2 3.33%
Dustin Walsh C 24 40.00%
John Westin C 1 1.67%
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08-13-2011, 08:21 PM
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Montreal Canadiens #28 Prospect Voting

Who is the Montreal Canadiens 28th 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.



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#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

#27: Maxim Trunev
Right Wing Severstal Cherepovets
5th Round; 138th Overall; 2008
22 votes, 36.07% of the vote


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Fun Fact: I went to school with a guy who played in the same league as Walsh. He told me that his nickname isn't Dusty, or Dust... It's "Dut"

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Most Underrated Prospect on the list!

Hey guys didn't want to make a new thread just wanted opinions.

Who do you personally believe is the most underrated prospect on the list. (Should be higher) and also who do you think is the most overrated (should be lower)

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Hey guys didn't want to make a new thread just wanted opinions.

Who do you personally believe is the most underrated prospect on the list. (Should be higher) and also who do you think is the most overrated (should be lower)
Not much of an expert on prospects, but I think Palushaj should be higher. I think he'll force his way into the NHL line up this year.

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Not much of an expert on prospects, but I think Palushaj should be higher. I think he'll force his way into the NHL line up this year.
He's a speedy 3rd line playmaker IMO. Maybe he'll have flashes in top 6 but I don't see him as a true top 6 guy so I don't see how you say he should be higher. I'm not bashing your opinion in the slightest, I'm just wondering what your expectations are for him. I feel a guy like Leblanc who some project as a 2nd-3rd line guy has more tools because he's bumped around several leagues and different coaches and systems and has always been successful. I think that knowledge and ability to adjust will serve him well.

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I think Gallagher should be higher than he is, along with Bournival and Ellis.

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He's a speedy 3rd line playmaker IMO. Maybe he'll have flashes in top 6 but I don't see him as a true top 6 guy so I don't see how you say he should be higher. I'm not bashing your opinion in the slightest, I'm just wondering what your expectations are for him. I feel a guy like Leblanc who some project as a 2nd-3rd line guy has more tools because he's bumped around several leagues and different coaches and systems and has always been successful. I think that knowledge and ability to adjust will serve him well.
Because I think he's going to be a solid top 6 guy in the NHL, and I think it will happen fairly soon as well.

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BTW choosing Fortier here. QMJHL defensive player of the year a few years back. 2008-2009 was cut short and 2009-2010 he played only one game due to injury. I think if he bounces back and gains back the ground he lost he can end up a 4th line guy.

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