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07-16-2012, 01:23 AM
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Kadri. Think he has the better hockey IQ and should be a good 2nd line center when he finally fills out.

Brady Skjei vs. Scott Laughton.
Laughton. I think he'll have a much easier time finding a niche in the NHL.

Stefan Matteau or Tyler Biggs.

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07-16-2012, 02:26 AM
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Laughton. I think he'll have a much easier time finding a niche in the NHL.

Stefan Matteau or Tyler Biggs.
Biggs - don't think he'll be anything more than a 15-20 goal physical 3rd liner but I'm not sold that Matteau will even be a pro at all

Luke Adam, Jordan Caron or Zac Dalpe

1-3 if possible

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07-16-2012, 07:47 AM
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Biggs - don't think he'll be anything more than a 15-20 goal physical 3rd liner but I'm not sold that Matteau will even be a pro at all

Luke Adam, Jordan Caron or Zac Dalpe

1-3 if possible
Jordan Caron. All 3 are big players, but he's the only one who really embraces the physical game, so while Adam and Dalpe are top 6 or bust, Caron seems like he'll have an easier time carving out a role for himself in the NHL.

Tim Erixon or Mark Pysyk

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Jordan Caron. All 3 are big players, but he's the only one who really embraces the physical game, so while Adam and Dalpe are top 6 or bust, Caron seems like he'll have an easier time carving out a role for himself in the NHL.

Tim Erixon or Mark Pysyk
Tim Erixon, higher potential IMO.

Joe Colborne vs. Andrew Yogan

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07-16-2012, 10:54 AM
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Tim Erixon, higher potential IMO.

Joe Colborne vs. Andrew Yogan
Colborne...both are big but Joe is bigger - also, give me the center.

John Gibson vs. Jack Campbell

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07-16-2012, 03:10 PM
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Colborne...both are big but Joe is bigger - also, give me the center.

John Gibson vs. Jack Campbell
Campbell. Very athletic and has come clutch in important times.

Brodin or Klefbom?

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07-16-2012, 03:19 PM
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Campbell. Very athletic and has come clutch in important times.

Brodin or Klefbom?
This is a tough one but I'll take Brodin. I think he is the safer bet out of the two.


Joe Morrow or Mark Pysyk?

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07-16-2012, 03:52 PM
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This is a tough one but I'll take Brodin. I think he is the safer bet out of the two.


Joe Morrow or Mark Pysyk?
Morrow. Has turned heads at pens camp

Nyquist or Kadri?

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07-16-2012, 04:04 PM
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Morrow. Has turned heads at pens camp

Nyquist or Kadri?
Nyquist.

Kulikov vs. Larsson

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07-16-2012, 04:15 PM
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Definately Baertschi.

As much as I hate to admit it, well close to a ppg better than Armia in a comparable league. You have to like Armia's size though. Maybe he develops better in the end.
Umm wait a minute, what? WHL is much worse than SM-liiga, also Swiss junior leagues are much worse than finnish junior leagues.

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Larsson, much higher potential


Vatanen or Maatta?

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07-16-2012, 05:31 PM
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Umm wait a minute, what? WHL is much worse than SM-liiga, also Swiss junior leagues are much worse than finnish junior leagues.

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Larsson, much higher potential


Vatanen or Maatta?
Määttä.

I think he'll be #3 Dman. Vatanen has higher upside, imo but I don't he'll get there due to he's small size. I hope he would, very nice guy.

Niederreiter (does he still count? If not then Koekkoek) or Stone?

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Niederrieter over Stone by quite a bit.

Simon Despres or Connor Murphy?

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07-16-2012, 11:47 PM
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Niederrieter over Stone by quite a bit.

Simon Despres or Connor Murphy?
Despres

Coyle or Silfverberg (not sure if spelt right)

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07-17-2012, 05:20 AM
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Coyle or Silfverberg (not sure if spelt right)
Silfverberg. He's more of a 'certain' to me, awesome shot, excelled against men.

Gaudreau or Bjugstad?

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07-17-2012, 06:05 AM
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Silfverberg. He's more of a 'certain' to me, awesome shot, excelled against men.

Gaudreau or Bjugstad?
Bjugstad. better size and should adjust better playing in the higher levels. showed scoring touch this year finally.

Zibanejad vs Girgensons ?

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07-17-2012, 07:15 AM
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This is hard, but Im gonna say Zibanejad cause I like sens more than Sabres

Hurberdeau or Tarasenko?

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07-17-2012, 07:44 AM
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Huberdeau. All-round game. Not much difference in talent.

Peter Holland or Brock Nelson?

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07-17-2012, 08:36 AM
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Huberdeau. All-round game. Not much difference in talent.

Peter Holland or Brock Nelson?
Holland, better all-round game, have seen more of him and believe he'll be solid NHLer.

Forsberg or Galchenyuk?

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Holland, better all-round game, have seen more of him and believe he'll be solid NHLer.

Forsberg or Galchenyuk?
Galchenyuk without a doubt. Smarter player.

Jacob Josefsson or Marcus Krüger?

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Galchenyuk without a doubt. Smarter player.

Jacob Josefsson or Marcus Krüger?
Josefsson. Not by much, but I give him the edge. I do like Kruger a lot though.

Rakell vs Pulkinnen (spell check?)

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07-17-2012, 05:06 PM
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Josefsson. Not by much, but I give him the edge. I do like Kruger a lot though.

Rakell vs Pulkinnen (spell check?)
Tough call. I'd take Pulkkinen for upside but Rakell for likelyhood of being a solid NHLer. I'll go with Rakell.

Brandon Pirri or Matt Fratin?

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07-17-2012, 07:09 PM
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Tough call. I'd take Pulkkinen for upside but Rakell for likelyhood of being a solid NHLer. I'll go with Rakell.

Brandon Pirri or Matt Fratin?
Pirri, plays center, younger, more upside and more offense IMO, Frattin's playoff performance this year made this very tough.

Ty Rattie vs Matt Puempel

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Rattie, until Puempel shows he can be healthy for a full season he will continue to be a risk going forward.

Calvin Pickard versus Tyler Bunz

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07-17-2012, 10:26 PM
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Rattie, until Puempel shows he can be healthy for a full season he will continue to be a risk going forward.

Calvin Pickard versus Tyler Bunz
Bunz very easily. I'd be surprised if Pickard ever gets more than 40 games over the course of his career. And that's generous. 25 sounds too mean.

Granlund vs Galchenyuk

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Bunz very easily. I'd be surprised if Pickard ever gets more than 40 games over the course of his career. And that's generous. 25 sounds too mean.

Granlund vs Galchenyuk
Galchenyuk personally. I think Granlund is just a wee bit overhyped, and while I still think he'll be good, Galchenyuk's play in Sarnia has really impressed me.

Marc-Andre Gragnani or Philip Larsen

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