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06-25-2012, 05:22 PM
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Bump, please post any prospects that I may have missed.

PS: I'm putting Seth Jones in Portland.

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06-25-2012, 06:01 PM
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First draft that I'll actually be able to follow and understand the players.

Does anyone know if there's any GBR prospects that are potential draftee's?

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06-25-2012, 06:24 PM
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1 PHX - Seth Jones
2 DAL - Nathan Mackinnon
3 CBJ - Sean Monohan
4 TOR - Valery Nichushkin
5 ANA - Alexsander Barkov
6 CAL - Ryan Pulock
7 NAS - Hunter Shinkaruk
8 FLA - Anthony Duclair
9 MIN - Max Domi
10 NJ - Jordan Subban
11 WIN - Hunter Shinkaruk
12 MON - Jordan Maletta
13 CAR - Kerby Rychel
14 EDM - Rasmus Ristolainen
15 TB - Nick Sorenson
16 COL - Tobias Liljendahl
17 NYI - Eric Roy
18 STL - Brent Pedersen
19 BUF - Spenser Jensen
20 DET - Eric Comrie
21 WAS - Curtis Lazar
22 VAN - Alex Forsberg
23 PIT - Adam Erne
24 OTT - Nick Baptiste
25 CHI - Madison Bowey
26 SJ - Kyle Burroughs
27 PHI - Ryan Kujawinski
28 LA - Steve Santini
39 BOS - Hudson Fasching
30 NYR - Kevin Ekman-Larsson

enjoy

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06-25-2012, 10:07 PM
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1 PHX - Seth Jones
2 DAL - Nathan Mackinnon
3 CBJ - Sean Monohan
4 TOR - Valery Nichushkin
5 ANA - Alexsander Barkov
6 CAL - Ryan Pulock
7 NAS - Hunter Shinkaruk
8 FLA - Anthony Duclair
9 MIN - Max Domi
10 NJ - Jordan Subban
11 WIN - Hunter Shinkaruk
12 MON - Jordan Maletta
13 CAR - Kerby Rychel
14 EDM - Rasmus Ristolainen
15 TB - Nick Sorenson
16 COL - Tobias Liljendahl
17 NYI - Eric Roy
18 STL - Brent Pedersen
19 BUF - Spenser Jensen
20 DET - Eric Comrie
21 WAS - Curtis Lazar
22 VAN - Alex Forsberg
23 PIT - Adam Erne
24 OTT - Nick Baptiste
25 CHI - Madison Bowey
26 SJ - Kyle Burroughs
27 PHI - Ryan Kujawinski
28 LA - Steve Santini
39 BOS - Hudson Fasching
30 NYR - Kevin Ekman-Larsson

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You got Hunter Shinkaruk drafted at #7 and #11.
And Pittsburgh like the Islanders will draft Defensemen only

You also have Islanders making the playoffss
And Rangers beating Boston for the Stanley Cup. Unless Boston traded down with somebody

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06-25-2012, 10:35 PM
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Who are the top 10 dmen in the 2013 draft and what order would you put them in, I am guessing EDM will go dmen in the 1st round if the player is equal to the fwd. I am thinking EDM will draft from 8 to 13. What if we came 10th and won the lottery again and drafted 5th, how many people would that piss off.

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06-25-2012, 10:49 PM
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1 PHX - Seth Jones
2 DAL - Nathan Mackinnon
3 CBJ - Sean Monohan
4 TOR - Valery Nichushkin
5 ANA - Alexsander Barkov
6 CAL - Ryan Pulock
7 NAS - Hunter Shinkaruk
8 FLA - Anthony Duclair
9 MIN - Max Domi
10 NJ - Jordan Subban
11 WIN - Hunter Shinkaruk
12 MON - Jordan Maletta
13 CAR - Kerby Rychel
14 EDM - Rasmus Ristolainen
15 TB - Nick Sorenson
16 COL - Tobias Liljendahl
17 NYI - Eric Roy
18 STL - Brent Pedersen
19 BUF - Spenser Jensen
20 DET - Eric Comrie
21 WAS - Curtis Lazar
22 VAN - Alex Forsberg
23 PIT - Adam Erne
24 OTT - Nick Baptiste
25 CHI - Madison Bowey
26 SJ - Kyle Burroughs
27 PHI - Ryan Kujawinski
28 LA - Steve Santini
39 BOS - Hudson Fasching
30 NYR - Kevin Ekman-Larsson

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If the Oilers are up drafting and Lazar is available, the kid should prolly just bring his own jersey into the stands to save some time

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06-25-2012, 11:29 PM
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1 PHX - Seth Jones
2 DAL - Nathan Mackinnon
3 CBJ - Sean Monohan
4 TOR - Valery Nichushkin
5 ANA - Alexsander Barkov
6 CAL - Ryan Pulock
7 NAS - Hunter Shinkaruk
8 FLA - Anthony Duclair
9 MIN - Max Domi
10 NJ - Jordan Subban
11 WIN - Hunter Shinkaruk
12 MON - Jordan Maletta
13 CAR - Kerby Rychel
14 EDM - Rasmus Ristolainen
15 TB - Nick Sorenson
16 COL - Tobias Liljendahl
17 NYI - Eric Roy
18 STL - Brent Pedersen
19 BUF - Spenser Jensen
20 DET - Eric Comrie
21 WAS - Curtis Lazar
22 VAN - Alex Forsberg
23 PIT - Adam Erne
24 OTT - Nick Baptiste
25 CHI - Madison Bowey
26 SJ - Kyle Burroughs
27 PHI - Ryan Kujawinski
28 LA - Steve Santini
39 BOS - Hudson Fasching
30 NYR - Kevin Ekman-Larsson

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Lol where's Drouin?

And people who put Comrie ahead of Fucale at this point in time =



And lol at PHX with #1 And if Phoenix did get #1 I don't see them taking Jones, with the difference between him and MacKinnon being,... none really. In talent.

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06-26-2012, 12:45 AM
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Lol where's Drouin?

And people who put Comrie ahead of Fucale at this point in time =



And lol at PHX with #1 And if Phoenix did get #1 I don't see them taking Jones, with the difference between him and MacKinnon being,... none really. In talent.
Fucale in my opinion is going to be the #1 goalie in this year's draft. But I say he won't get drafted until early 2nd round. Next year's draft is just LOADED will talent up front and on the backend.

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06-26-2012, 01:05 AM
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Call me crazy but I like Monohan more then McKinnon for future potential at this moment.

People still call me crazy even though I said well before the 2011 draft I would take Landeskog #1 overall...

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06-26-2012, 01:14 AM
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Call me crazy but I like Monohan more then McKinnon for future potential at this moment.

People still call me crazy even though I said well before the 2011 draft I would take Landeskog #1 overall...
Monahan is much more of a power forward. I believe that there is at least 7-15 guys that can go for #1 Overall right now.

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06-26-2012, 01:38 AM
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If the Oilers are up drafting and Lazar is available, the kid should prolly just bring his own jersey into the stands to save some time
True. Oilers like drafting kids from their own backyard.

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06-26-2012, 02:14 AM
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If the Oilers are up drafting and Lazar is available, the kid should prolly just bring his own jersey into the stands to save some time
could you imagine if he did that. kid would be a legend

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06-26-2012, 03:23 AM
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Call me crazy but I like Monohan more then McKinnon for future potential at this moment.

People still call me crazy even though I said well before the 2011 draft I would take Landeskog #1 overall...
and? Landeskog at #1 wouldn't look that right today either.

As for potential McKinnon seems clearly ahead to me, if anything because of the difference in their skating alone.

Besides, getting mono won't help Monahan!

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06-26-2012, 07:59 AM
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Lol where's Drouin?

And people who put Comrie ahead of Fucale at this point in time =



And lol at PHX with #1 And if Phoenix did get #1 I don't see them taking Jones, with the difference between him and MacKinnon being,... none really. In talent.
maybe he meant Drouin fro one of the Shinkaruks

Its a good list though to atleast see a breakdown of where the kids may sit presently when conpared.

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06-26-2012, 08:15 AM
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I think Aleksander Barkov is a potential number one pick. Liljendahl and Maletta to.. well see!
If he can step it up and score ~40 points against men, he has to be one of the canditates for number 1 pick... He's big, his hands are unreal, he's got brilliant hockey IQ and while he isn't physically mature yet, he can handle himself against pro players. We'll see...

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If he can step it up and score ~40 points against men, he has to be one of the canditates for number 1 pick... He's big, his hands are unreal, he's got brilliant hockey IQ and while he isn't physically mature yet, he can handle himself against pro players. We'll see...
His hands and stickhandling have been compared to Datsyuk. I doubt he puts up 40pts unless he has better skating or better linemates and not grinders like last year. He can be physical too, he outmuscled former NHL-grinder Kris Beech many times at FEL. He can score dirty goals infront of net because his will to score is very strong. He showed some physicality at U-18. Barkov gonna be beast even at NHL-level. At prime he should be 6'3-6'4 220-240 lbs strong bull, with datsyukian hands, with very high hockeyIQ which is close with Granlund if not at the same level. If he can put up some bottom body strength he will be nearly unstopable. This guy goes to rebounds like hungry dog and scores dirty goals, he can make very high-end induvidual goals, he can pass very high-end passes. Barkov must be one of the smartest players for this draft, he's one of the biggest players for this draft, he's one of the most skilled players for this draft for sure. The best part is that he's as good defensively as offensively which is very intriguing.

Barkov could be strong candidate for #1 with better skating, i could see him ending even Sergei Fedorov type of player who is excellent at both end. I know that he has worked very hard with his skating at this summer, he's +205lbs at 16 so it's hard to move this kind of body.

Even with average skating i see him ending up as Mikko Koivu & Pavel Datsyuk-hybrid.

Barkov should develope these:

Explosiveness of his skating should be much better.
Agility
Skating speed seems to be ok at full speed but his first steps aren't good.

So overall whole movement could be better if we want to see an dominating player at NHL-level in all zones. I could see him being barely top 5 pick because of playing in the europe but wouldn't suprise me if he ends up the best player of this draft. Barkov is best two-way foward of this draft no doubt. Curtis Lazar who i saw at Memorial Cup isn't even close with Barkov in two-way game. Barkov can do all what Lazar does against kids. He can do it at FEL against grown up men, Ex-NHLers, and against the best U20 players in the world. People who ranks Lazar over Barkov haven't watched them playing because there is big gap between these 2 offensively and defensively in favour of Barkov. Barkov was better than Galchenyuk at 15 year old when Galchenyuk was 17. Think about that. After all this praise i have to admit that i doubt that Barkov goes #1 i see him being it #3-5 because him playing at europe and he might not posess the upside that MacKinnon has but i see Barkov as an better overall player and Seth Jones is an beast even that he's 1 year older than MacKinnon and Barkov. He could be one of the better defenders in NHL in the future. There's very strong competition for the #1 and i would see that Barkov would be clear cut #1 in average draft year. So i would say that even if there's only 1 #1 pick there's atleast 3 #1 talents and even 3rd overall gets an #1 overall calibre of player. Very exciting draft! I hope that Oliver Björkstrand the danish foward get some love too. Love his skillset and overall game. I know that people might think that i overhype but he's IMO just that good. I'm very excited to see him playing at FEL at next season.

Sergei Fedorov was my favourite player of my youth, Barkov reminds me so much of him(without explosiveness right now) that might be reason that i'm so high with him. Player who is in Selke discussion year after year while putting alot of points.


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Only people putting Comrie > Fucale are the ones who haven't seen him & are basing it off stats alone. Not making fun of them just saying that's the only way anyone puts Comrie > Fucale at this point in time.

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Sorry for asking, but what is the bar year and month-wise for next years draft? Is it possible to be drafted as an early 96-born?

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Sorry for asking, but what is the bar year and month-wise for next years draft? Is it possible to be drafted as an early 96-born?
Only 95s and later.

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Only 95s and later.
More specifically players born September 15th 1994 and later, but before September 15th 1995 are first time eligible for the 2013 draft.

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I did forget about drouin...but i know nothing about any of these prospects... hence the

also the standings were quite ridiculous...

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06-26-2012, 03:04 PM
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Only people putting Comrie > Fucale are the ones who haven't seen him & are basing it off stats alone. Not making fun of them just saying that's the only way anyone puts Comrie > Fucale at this point in time.
I've seen Comrie, but i'd take Fucale over him.

I say it will be closer, Comrie plays very similar to when Carey Price was in Tri-City.

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Only people putting Comrie > Fucale are the ones who haven't seen him & are basing it off stats alone. Not making fun of them just saying that's the only way anyone puts Comrie > Fucale at this point in time.
Not really. I've seen both and prefer Comrie. (slightly) I think he's got more hockey sense in terms of reading the play and is solid positionally while Fucale kind of flips because he's a big goaler with good athleticism.

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Carey Price vs Marc Andre Fleury

Probably can't really go wrong with either. Comrie is the more technically sound goalie but Fucale is a better athletic goalie.

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Carey Price vs Marc Andre Fleury

Probably can't really go wrong with either. Comrie is the more technically sound goalie but Fucale is a better athletic goalie.
If we're getting technical, Comrie reminds me more of a hybrid between Cam Ward and Ondrej Pavelec than Carey Price.

But for the sake of comparing, Carey Price vs Marc Andre Fleury.

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