Here is the installment for rank #21, Don't forget to add your vote for who should be added to the next poll.
1. Alex Galchenyuk, C (Sarnia Sting, OHL) - 100% of votes.
2. Nathan Beaulieu, D (St. Johns Sea Dogs, QMJHL) - 43.84% of votes.
3. Jarred Tinordi, D (London Knights, OHL) - 58.16% of votes.
4. Louis Leblanc, C/RW (Hamilton Bulldogs, AHL) - 53.51% of the votes.
5. Sebastien Collberg, RW (Frolunda, SEL) - 56.04% of the votes.
6. Brendan Gallagher, RW (Vancouver Giants, WHL) - 87.38% of the votes.
7. Morgan Ellis, D (Shawinigan Cataractes, QMJHL) - 47.98% of the votes.
8. Danny Kristo, RW (North Dakota, NCAA) - 67.96% of the votes
9. Dalton Thrower, D (Saskatoon Blades, WHL) - 50.00% of the votes.
10. Michael Bournival, C (Shawinigan Cataractes, QMJHL) - 42.41% of the votes.
11. Mac Bennett, D (Michigan Wolverines, NCAA) - 29.13% of the votes.
12. Tim Bozon, LW (Kamloops Blazers, WHL) - 31.94% of the votes.
13. Patrick Holland, C (Tri City Americans, WHL) - 28.19% of the votes.
14. Aaron Palushaj, RW (Hamilton Bulldogs, AHL) - 38.24% of the votes.
15. Darren Dietz, D (Saskatoon Blades, WHL) - 44.85% of the votes.
16. Black Geoffrion, LW/C (Hamilton Bulldogs, AHL) - 29.85% of the votes (wins tie-break by virtue of votes in poll #15).
17. Steve Quailer, RW/LW (Northeastern, NCAA) - 29.85% of the votes (loses tie-break by virtue of votes in poll#15).
18. Mark MacMillan, LW (North Dakota, NCAA) - 18.40% of the votes.
19. Brady Vail, C (Windsor Spitfires, OHL) - 30.77% of the votes.
20. Charles Hudon, LW (Chicoutimi Sangueneens, QMJHL) - 16.67% of the votes.
I've added Peter Delmas, G to the poll.
Players to be added:
Robert Mayer, G
Alain Berger, RW
Maxim Trunev, RW
Phillippe Lefebvre, LW
Michael Cichy, C
Both Dumont and Avstin should be in the top-20, which paradoxically shows that the 2012 class is both solid and overrated.
I would have never expected Vail and Hudon in the top 20. Thrower and Bozon are a bit of a stretch too, but less so than Vail and Hudon. Galchenyuk and Collberg I agree with though. To each, their own.
From the last thread;
Originally Posted by Estimated_Prophet
Exactly my point?
Hudon could be a player who plays in the top six. Dumont only has an outside chance of being a 4th line center with no chance of playing in the top nine.
IMO players like Dumont are irrelevant as far as NHL prospects go because their upside is that of a player who makes league minimum who can be aquired for nothing at any point of the season. I like having him in Hamilton but that really is the extent of his value. At least Hudon has the possibility of being something more as an NHLer.
It's still early in Hudon's case, but I will say this. I have a better feeling about Dumont's impact with the club on the 4th line, then I do with Hudon in the top 6. Maybe it's just me, but I love Dumont's style a lot. He's a pitbull on the ice and is exactly the energy-type commitment guy the Habs need on their bottom 6. Imagine him being tailored by Prust and Moen.