Here is the installment for rank #3. Don't forget to add in your vote for who should be added to the next round of votes.
1. Alex Galchenyuk 100% of the votes.
2. Nathan Beaulieu 43.84% of the votes.
I've added Darren Dietz to the poll.
Prospects to be added:
Peter Delmas, G
Robery Mayer, G
Alain Berger, RW
Maxim Trunev, RW
Ian Schultz, RW
Mark MacMillan, LW
Olivier Archambault, LW
Charles Hudon, LW
Phillippe Lefebvre, LW
Erik Nystrom, LW
Andreas Engvist, C
Gabriel Dumont, C
Daniel Pribyl, C
Dustin Walsh, C
Michael Cichy, C
Brady Vail, C
Brendon Nash, D
Greg Pateryn, D
Magnus Nygren, D
Josiah Didier, D
Colin Sullivan, D
Mac Bennett, D
Joe Stejskal, D
Between Tinordi and Collberg for me. I'm going with Tinordi because he's come off a strong season and has shown more poise with the puck than a lot of us were expecting. Won't be an offensive force in the NHL, but you can't teach size.
I think Collberg is a better skater and has better hands than Leblanc personally. LL might have the best vision of any prospect besides Galchenyuk though.
It's clear that he skates better than Leblanc, he can make plays at high speed also, but Leblanc had two goals this season that need great hands to do so. Two of his goals were pure skills in front of the net. He's not flashy, much like P. Bergeron, but when he needs to use them his hands are great.
Leblan's upside is more or less that of a two-way 2nd liner. Collberg has first line winger upside. He likely had the best wrister of the draft and his skating is great.
Leblanc and Tinordi, also never performed the way Collberg did at 17 in the WJC or did they dominate the way he did against boys his age. If Collberg was playing in the CHL, he would have Yakupov-like numbers.
The only question mark is the transition to pro hockey... but based purely on skills Collberg has way bigger upside than both Tinordi and Leblanc... actually, I put him second and I would dare to say that his offensive skills are as good as Galchenyuk.
He has already showed me he is a third liner and is likely to become at least a second line player. I see very little downside to his potential at this point so I have him ranked higher than most others because the others have more risk in my opinion.
Although I think that at this time next year we may have Collberg as #2.