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Summer Prospect Poll 2012: #18

View Poll Results: Summer 2012 Poll, #18
Mark Adams (D) 0 0%
Brady Austin (D) 0 0%
Alex Biega (D) 1 2.94%
Riley Boychuk (LW) 1 2.94%
Nick Crawford (D) 1 2.94%
Brian Flynn (C) 3 8.82%
Christian Isackson (RW) 0 0%
Colin Jacobs (C) 1 2.94%
Jacob Lagace (RW) 0 0%
Alex Lepkowski (D) 1 2.94%
Nathan Lieuwen (G) 3 8.82%
Matt MacKenzie (D) 5 14.71%
Brad Navin (C) 7 20.59%
Logan Nelson (C) 7 20.59%
Jonathan Parker (RW) 0 0%
Judd Peterson (C) 4 11.76%
Shawn Syzdlowski (RW) 0 0%
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08-27-2012, 11:54 AM
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Summer Prospect Poll 2012: #18

1. C - Mikhail Grigorenko (Quebec, QMJHL) - 61 of 76 votes (runners up: Armia and Foligno, 5 votes)
2. RW - Joel Armia (Assat, SM-Liiga) - 61 of 71 votes (runner up: Girgensons, 6 votes)
3. C - Zemgus Girgensons (Rochester, AHL) - 32 of 67 votes (runner up: McNabb, 17 votes)
4. D - Brayden McNabb (Rochester, AHL) - 31 of 67 votes (runner up: Foligno, 27 votes)
5. LW - Marcus Foligno (Buffalo, NHL) - 58 of 82 votes (runner up: Pysyk, 23 votes)
6. D - Mark Pysyk (Rochester, AHL) - 63 of 67 votes (runner up: Tropp, 2 votes)
7. D - Jerome Gauthier-Leduc (Rochester, AHL) - 27 of 65 votes (runner up: Tropp, 27 votes; JGL wins tiebreaker 41-38)
8. RW - Corey Tropp (Buffalo, NHL) - 50 of 60 votes (runner up: Catenacci, 4 votes)
9. D - Jake McCabe (Univ of Wisconsin, WCHA) - 24 of 57 votes (runner up: Catenacci, 23 votes)
10. C - Daniel Catenacci (Owen Sound, OHL) - 32 of 55 votes (runner up: Brennan, 17 votes)
11. D - T.J. Brennan (Rochester, AHL) - 25 of 44 votes (runner up: Sundher, 6 votes)
12. C - Kevin Sundher (Rochester, AHL) - 22 of 47 votes (runner up: Ullmark, 10 votes)
13. G - Linus Ullmark (Modo, SuperElit) - 22 of 45 votes (runner up: Kea, 9 votes)
14. C - Justin Kea (Saginaw, OHL) - 11 of 37 votes (runners up: Knapp and Varone, 8 votes)
15(t). G - Connor Knapp (Rochester, AHL) - 12 of 37 votes (runner up: Varone, 9 votes)
15(t). D - Drew Schiestel (Rochester, AHL) - 12 of 37 votes (runner up: Varone, 9 votes)
17. C - Phil Varone (Rochester, AHL) - 23 of 38 votes (runner up: Navin, 5 votes)

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Navin slightly ahead of Lieuwen and Nelson.

Like the potential on him and he had a decent rookie season at Wisconsin.

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MacKenzie. I think he'll be the biggest riser in the midseason poll if he's given an opportunity in Rochester. Narrowly edges Nelson. I'm not on the Navin bandwagon.

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MacKenzie. I think he'll be the biggest riser in the midseason poll if he's given an opportunity in Rochester. Narrowly edges Nelson. I'm not on the Navin bandwagon.
Agree on MacKenzie, but not on Navin. If Navin is given an opportunity, he'll flourish. He made the most of limited minutes last year.

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MacKenzie. I think he'll be the biggest riser in the midseason poll if he's given an opportunity in Rochester. Narrowly edges Nelson. I'm not on the Navin bandwagon.
I went Nelson, but he and Mackenzie Are fine in any order for these next two

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Just curious...Where do you guys have Flynn? He was a good college player, and looked fine, though not really remarkable, in his 5 AHL games last year. Do you guys see him as a project or just as a kid with not very much potential to become an NHL caliber player?

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Just curious...Where do you guys have Flynn? He was a good college player, and looked fine, though not really remarkable, in his 5 AHL games last year. Do you guys see him as a project or just as a kid with not very much potential to become an NHL caliber player?
I see him as a guy who's going to be under a ton of pressure. He has one year at a large rookie salary to prove he's worth a 2nd look. If he doesn't get the ice time, given the bind they are in with Parker, Sydlowski, and Boychuk, they'll likely let him go.

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uh-oh, careening towards another tie!!

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