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2012 Panthers Prospect Poll #20

View Poll Results: Who is the Panthers' #20 Prospect?
Steven Hodges 4 11.76%
Zachary Hyman 5 14.71%
Anthony Luciani 3 8.82%
Wade Megan 9 26.47%
David Pacan 7 20.59%
Garrett Wilson 1 2.94%
James Wright 5 14.71%
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07-24-2012, 02:08 AM
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2012 Panthers Prospect Poll #20

# 1 Jonathan Huberdeau (C) - 94.23%
# 2 Jacob Markstrom (G) - 81.63%
# 3 Nick Bjugstad (C) - 80.85%
# 4 Quinton Howden (LW) - 65.85%
# 5 Alexander Petrovic (D) - 65.91%
# 6 Drew Shore (C) - 60%
# 7 Colby Robak (D) - 50%
# 8 Rocco Grimaldi (C) - 51.16%
# 9 Michael Matheson (D) - 68.57%
#10 Kyle Rau (W) - 58.14%
#11 Vincent Trocheck (C) - 52.94%
#12 Sam Brittain (G) - 48.15%
#13 Corban Knight (C) - 51.28%
#14 John McFarland (C) - 28.95%
#15 Yaroslav Kosov (C) - 30.00%
#16 Rasmus Bengtsson (D) - 25.93%
#17 Connor Brickley (C) - 32.14%
#18 Alexander Delnov (LW) - 25%
#19 Jonathan Racine (D) - 29.41%

Last one, make it count.

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Ill go with wright. He has shown more on a bigger stage with good performances and also statisticly than anyone else left. But to be honest it could just as well be megan

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No love for Garrett Wilson?

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No love for Garrett Wilson?
Destined to be an ECHLer. Borderline AHLer.

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Why havent i been able to vote in any of these polls

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Why havent i been able to vote in any of these polls
I think you have to reach a certain number of posts before you're able to vote on polls.

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For me its a toss up between hyman and luciani. I was really impressed with both of these guys at rookie camp. They both have great speed and grit.

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Destined to be an ECHLer. Borderline AHLer.
I'm pretty sure he's going to be up in San Antonio this season, no? Potential call-up, but what I don't understand is why newly drafted deeper prospects are seen as more valuable than him. They've yet to prove anything at all.

Wilson's got a big frame and isn't afraid to drop the gloves. He can deliver some good hits, too.

For what it's worth, how come we're not including any of the remotely older guys like Michal Repik? Unless he was cut loose and I missed that bit or something... yeah he might've peaked but he's still got NHL talent to him.

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For what it's worth, how come we're not including any of the remotely older guys like Michal Repik?
Repik is no longer considered a prospect (at least by Hockey's Future's 65-game threshold). I'm not putting the poll together, but I'm guessing that's why he wasn't considered.

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Repik is no longer considered a prospect (at least by Hockey's Future's 65-game threshold). I'm not putting the poll together, but I'm guessing that's why he wasn't considered.
I like Megan, although Pacan is also a Top -20 for sure. As I have stated before, I LOVE our entire prospects pool. We are sooooooooooo deep.

What a FUN time for the Panthers leadership team!!!!!!

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I'm pretty sure he's going to be up in San Antonio this season, no? Potential call-up, but what I don't understand is why newly drafted deeper prospects are seen as more valuable than him. They've yet to prove anything at all.

Wilson's got a big frame and isn't afraid to drop the gloves. He can deliver some good hits, too.

For what it's worth, how come we're not including any of the remotely older guys like Michal Repik? Unless he was cut loose and I missed that bit or something... yeah he might've peaked but he's still got NHL talent to him.
He started in San Antonio and mustered 1 meager goal in 11 games. Got sent to the Cyclones and ended with a 17 goals and 35 pts in 63 games. I don't know why his value would increase after a slow adjustment period to the pro game. He scored 76 goals combined in his last 2 seasons in juniors, then does 18 in his 1st minor pro year. It's positive that he's got some size and grit which is essential to have to survive and grow in the nhl. He needs to do a little more next season to get my vote.

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