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#1: Jakob Silfverberg

Left Wing/Right Wing
Brynäs IF [SEL]
2nd Round, 39th Overall; 2009
Born Oct 13 1990 -- Gavle, Sweden
Height 6.01 -- Weight 194
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 5

52.60% of the vote

#2: Mika Zibanejad

Center/Right Wing
Djurgården IF [SEL]
1st Round, 6th Overall; 2011
Born April 18 1993 -- Huddinge, Sweden
Height 6.02 -- Weight 201
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 2

62.77% of the vote

#3: Robin Lehner

Goaltender
Binghamton Senators [AHL]
2nd Round, 46th Overall; 2009
Born Jul 24 1991 -- Gothenburg, Sweden
Height 6.04 -- Weight 225
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:No Change

80.95% of the vote

#4: Mark Stone

Right Wing
Brandon Wheat Kings [WHL]
6th Round, 178th Overall; 2010
Born May 13 1992 -- Winnipeg, MAN
Height 6.01 -- Weight 205
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 13

54.86% of the vote

#5: Cody Ceci

Defense
Ottawa 67's [OHL]
1st Round, 15th Overall; 2012
Born Dec 21 1993 -- Ottawa, ON
Height 6.02 -- Weight 209
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:New

54.35% of the vote

#6: Stefan Noesen

Right Wing
Plymouth Whalers [OHL]
1st Round, 21st Overall; 2011
Born Feb 12 1993 -- Plano, TX
Height 6.00 -- Weight 196
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 3

87.95% of the vote

#7: Matt Puempel

Left Wing
Peterborough Petes [OHL]
1st Round, 24th Overall; 2011
Born Jan 24 1993 -- Essex, ONT
Height 6.00 -- Weight 196
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 1

33.81% of the vote

#8: Shane Prince

Left Wing
Ottawa 67's [OHL]
2nd Round, 61st Overall; 2011
Born Nov 16 1992 -- Spencerport, NY
Height 5.10 -- Weight 176
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 6

46.15% of the vote

#9: Mark Borowiecki

Defense
Binghamton Senators [AHL]
5th Round, 139th Overall; 2008
Born Jul 12 1989 -- Ottawa, ONT
Height 6.02 -- Weight 190
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 7

32.09% of the vote

#10: Stephane Da Costa
Center
Binghamton Senators [AHL]
Free Agent Signing; 2011
Born Jul 11 1989 -- Paris, France
Height 5.11 -- Weight 181
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 3

37.96% of the vote

#11: Mike Hoffman

Center/Left Wing
Binghamton Senators [AHL]
5th Round, 130th Overall; 2009
Born Nov 24 1989 -- Kitchener, ONT
Height 6.00 -- Weight 176
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 7
44.55% of the vote

#12: Andre Petersson
Right Wing
Binghamton Senators [AHL]
4th Round, 109th Overall; 2008
Born Sep 11 1990 -- Olofstrom, Sweden
Height 5.10 -- Weight 176
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 3
27.83% of the vote

#13: Jim O'Brien

Center
Ottawa Senators [NHL]
1st Round, 29th Overall; 2007
Born Jan 29 1989 -- Maplewood, MN
Height 6.02 -- Weight 190
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 7
40.34% of the vote

#14: Patrick Wiercioch

Defense
Binghamton Senators [AHL]
2nd Round, 42nd Overall; 2008
Born Sep 12 1990 -- Burnaby, BC
Height 6.04 -- Weight 196
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Down 2
66.67% of the vote

#15: Jean-Gabriel Pageau

Center
Chicoutimi Sagueneens [QMJHL]
4th Round, 96th Overall; 2011
Born Nov 11 1992 -- Ottawa, ONT
Height 5.09 -- Weight 165
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 8
41.67% of the vote

#16: Jarrod Maidens

Center
Owen Sound Attack [OHL]
3rd Round, 82nd Overall; 2012
Born Mar 4 1994 -- Niagara Falls, ONT
Height 6.01 -- Weight 180
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:New
43.81% of the vote

#17: Fredrik Claesson

Defense
Djurgardens IF Stockholm [SEL]
5th Round, 126th Overall; 2011
Born Nov 24 1992 -- Stockholm, SWE
Height 6.00 -- Weight 198
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 10
43.90% of the vote

#18: Derek Grant

Center/Left Wing
Binghamton Senators [AHL]
4th Round, 119th Overall; 2008
Born Apr 20 1990 -- Abbotsford, BC
Height 6.03 -- Weight 192
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 3
40.00% of the vote

#19: Eric Gryba

Defense
Binghamton Senators [AHL]
3rd Round, 68th Overall; 2006
Born Apr 18 1988 -- Saskatoon, SASK
Height 6.03 -- Weight 214
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:No Change
55.56% of the vote

#20: Nikita Filatov

Left Wing
Binghamton Senators [AHL], CSKA Moscow [KHL]
1st Round, 6th Overall; 2008 (Aquired by trading 3rd Round, 66th Overall;2011)
Born May 25 1990 -- Moscow, Russia
Height 6.00 -- Weight 183
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Down 15
33.71% of the vote



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#21: Darren Kramer

Center
Spokane Chiefs [WHL]
6th Round, 156th Overall; 2011
Born Nov 19 1991 -- Peace River, ALTA
Height 6.01 -- Weight 187
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 14
29.58% of the vote

#22: Jakub Culek

Left Wing
Rimouski Océanic [QMJHL]
3rd Round, 76th Overall; 2010
Born Sep 7 1992 -- Klatovy, Czech Republic
Height 6.04 -- Weight 187
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 7
52.00% of the vote

#23: Ben Blood

Defense
Univ. of North Dakota [NCAA]
3rd Round, 90th Overall; 2007
Born Mar 15 1989 -- Plymouth, MN
Height 6.03 -- Weight 212
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 2
31.34% of the vote

#24: Chris Wideman

Defense
Miami University (Ohio) [NCAA]
4th Round, 100th Overall; 2009
Born Jan 7 1990 -- St. Louis, MO
Height 5.10 -- Weight 174
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 4
37.31% of the vote

#25: Chris Driedger

Goaltender
Calgary Hitman [WHL]
3rd Round, 76th Overall; 2012
Born May 18 1994 -- Winnipeg, MAN
Height 6.02 -- Weight 186
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:New
42.86% of the vote

#26: David Dziurzynski

Left Wing
Binghamton Senators [AHL]
Free Agent Signing; 2010
Born Oct 6 1989 -- Lloydminster, ALTA
Height 6.03 -- Weight 205
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 5
33.33% of the vote

#27: Michael Sdao

Defense
Princeton University [NCAA]
7th Round, 191st Overall; 2009
Born Jul 3 1989 -- Niwot, CO
Height 6.04 -- Weight 209
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 12
28.77% of the vote

#28: Robbie Baillargeon

Center
Indiana Ice [USHL]
5th Round, 136th Overall; 2012
Born Nov 26 1993 -- Brewster, MA
Height 6.00 -- Weight 174
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:New
21.57% of the vote

#29: Francois Brassard

Goaltender
Quebec Remparts [QMJHL]
6th Round, 166th Overall; 2012
Born Jan 31 1994 -- Gatineau, QC
Height 6.01 -- Weight 154
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:New
48.72% of the vote

#30: Mikael Wikstrand

Defense
Mora IK [SWE-1]
7th Round, 196th Overall; 2012
Born Nov 5 1993 -- Karlstad, SWE
Height 6.00 -- Weight 176
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:New
56.25% of the vote

#31: Ryan Dzingel

Center
Ohio State University [NCAA]
7th Round, 204th Overall; 2011
Born Mar 9 1992 -- Wheaton, IL
Height 6.00 -- Weight 181
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 7
26.92% of the vote

#32: Timothy Boyle

Defense
Noble & Greenough School [USHL]
4th Round, 106th Overall; 2012
Born Mar 21 1993 -- Hingham, MA
Height 6.02 -- Weight 185
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:New
72.73% of the vote

#33: Pat Cannone
Center
Binghamton Senators [AHL]
Free Agent Signing; 2011
Born Aug 9 1986 -- Bayport, NY
Height 6.00 -- Weight 196
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Down 1
23.81% of the vote

#34: Max McCormick

Left Wing
Ohio State University [NCAA]
6th Round, 171st Overall; 2011
Born May 1 1992 -- De Pere, WI
Height 5.11 -- Weight 192
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:New
67.57% of the vote

#35: Cole Schneider

Left Wing
U. of Connecticut [NCAA], Binghamton Senators [AHL]
Free Agent Signing; 2012
Born Aug 26 1990 -- Williamsville, NY
Height 6.02 -- Weight 180
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:New
56.25% of the vote

#36: Corey Cowick

Left Wing
Elmira Jackals [ECHL], Binghamton Senators [AHL]
6th Round, 160th Overall; 2009
Born Aug 1 1989 -- Gloucester, ONT
Height 6.02 -- Weight 194
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Down 3
52.38% of the vote

#37: Jordan Fransoo

Defense
Victoria Royals [WHL]
7th Round, 186th Overall; 2011
Born Apr 25 1993 -- North Battleford, SASK
Height 6.02 -- Weight 179
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Up 3
45.83% of the vote

#38: Bryce Aneloski

Defense
U. of Nebraska-Omaha [NCAA]
7th Round, 196th Overall; 2010
Born Apr 27 1990 -- Pekin, IL
Height 6.02 -- Weight 205
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Down 2
40.00% of the vote

#39: Wacey Hamilton

Center
Binghamton Senators [AHL]
Free Agent Signing; 2011
Born Sep 10 1990 -- Cochrane, ALTA
Height 5.11 -- Weight 174
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:New
44.44% of the vote

#40: Louie Caporusso

Center
Elmira Jackals [ECHL], Binghamton Senators [AHL]
3rd Round, 90th Overall; 2007
Born Jun 21 1989 -- Woodbridge, ONT
Height 5.09 -- Weight 185
Career Stats (Eliteprospects)
Change:Down 16
70.97% of the vote

Not Our Property Anymore:
-David Rundblad
-Bobby Butler
-Marcus Sorensen

Graduated From 2011
Jared Cowen


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Ottawa Senators HFBoards Prospect History:

Prospects of 2011
1. David Rundblad
2. Jared Cowen
3. Robin Lehner
4. Mika Zibanejad
5. Nikita Filatov
6. Jakob Silfverberg
7. Bobby Butler
8. Matt Puempel
9. Stefan Noesen
10. Colin Greening
11. Erik Condra
12. Patrick Wiercioch
13. Stephane Da Costa
14. Shane Prince
15. Andre Petersson
16. Mark Borowiecki
17. Mark Stone
18. Mike Hoffman
19. Eric Gryba
20. Jim O'Brien
21. Derek Grant
22. Marcus Sorensen
23. Jean-Gabriel Pageau
24. Louie Caporusso
25. Ben Blood
26. Kaspars Daugavins
27. Fredrik Claesson
28. Chris Wideman
29. Jakub Culek
30. Wacey Hamilton
31. David Dziurzynski
32. Pat Cannone
33. Corey Cowick
34. Jeff Costello
35. Darren Kramer
36. Bryce Aneloski
37. Craig Schira
38. Ryan Dzingel
39. Michael Sdao
40. Jordan Fransoo

Prospects of 2010
1. Jared Cowen
2. David Rundblad
3. Patrick Wiercioch
4. Robin Lehner
5. Andre Petersson
6. Zack Smith
7. Jakob Silfverberg
8. Roman Wick
9. Bobby Butler
10. Eric Gryba
11. Mike Hoffman
12. Jakob Culek
13. Kaspars Daugavins
14. Derek Grant
15. Louie Caporusso
16. Jim O'Brien
17. Cody Bass
18. Erik Condra
19. Corey Cowick
20. Chris Wideman
21. Colin Greening
22. David Dziurzynski
23. Markus Sorensen
24. Mark Stone
25. Ben Blood

Prospects of 2009
1. D, Erik Karlsson - Frolunda SEL
2. D, Jared Cowen - Spokane Chiefs WHL
3. D, Patrick Wiercioch - U. of Denver NCAA
4. C, Peter Regin - Binghamton Senators AHL
5. C, Ilya Zubov - Binghamton Senators AHL
6. C, Jim O'Brien - Seattle Thunderbirds WHL
7. G, Robin Lehner - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds OHL
8. C, Zach Smith - Binghamton Senators AHL
9. C, Louie Caporusso - U. of Michigan NCAA
10. C, Jakob Silfverberg - Brynas SEL
11. W, Andre Petersson - HV71 SEL
12. C, Cody Bass - Binghamton Senators AHL
13. D, Eric Gryba - U. of Boston NCAA
14. W, Erik Condra - U. of Notre Dame NCAA
15. W, Mike Hoffman - Drummondville Voltigeurs QMJHL

Prospects of 2008
#1 Prospect - Brian Lee
#2 Prospect - Erik Karlsson
#3 Prospect - Nick Folgino
#4 Prospect - Brian Elliott
#5 Prospect - Jim O'Brien
#6 Prospect - Peter Regin
#7 Prospect - Kaspars Daugavins
#8 Prospect - Cody Bass
#9 Prospect - Alexander Nikulin
#10 Prospect - Ilya Zubov
#11 Prospect - Jesse Winchester
#12 Prospect - Patrick Wiercioch
#13 Prospect - Andre Petersson
#14 Prospect - Louie Caporusso
#15 Prospect - Josh Hennessy
#16 Prospect - Ruslan Bashkirov
#17 Prospect - Erik Condra
#18 Prospect - Igor Mirnov
#19 Prospect - Mattias Karlsson
#20 Prospect - Ben Blood

Prospects of 2007
1. Nick Foligno
2. Brian Lee
3. Kaspars Daugavins
4. Josh Hennessy
5. Brian Elliot
6. Igor Mirnov
7. Ilya Zubov
8. Cody Bass
9. Tomas Kudelka
10. Vitaly Anikeyenko

Prospects of 2006
1. D Brian Lee
2. F Alexei Kaigorodov
3. F Josh Hennessy
4. F Nick Foligno
5. F Igor Mirnov
6. D Kirill Lyamin
7. G Jeff Glass
8. F Ilya Zubov
9. D Michal Barinka
10. D Vitaly Anikeyenko
11. F Arttu Luttinen
12. F Kaspars Daugavins
13. F Shawn Weller
14. G Kelly Guard
15. F Alexander Nikulin
16. D Tomas Kudelka
17. G Brian Elliott
18. F Cody Bass
19. D Eric Gryba
20. F Peter Regin
**Done by Theo Huxtable

Prospects of 2005
#1- Antoine Vermette 26 (39.39%)
#2- Ray Emery 21 (38.89%)
#3- Andrej Meszaros 27 (62.79%)
#4- Patrick Eaves 17 (48.57%)
#5- Alexei Kaigorodov 27 (69.23%)
#6- Brandon Bochenski 21 (61.76%)
#7- Igor Mirnov 8 (24.24%) *Won in tiebreaker
#8- Christoph Schubert 13 (38.24%)
#9- Jeff Glass 16 (55.17%)
#10- Roman Wick 11 (42.31%)
#11- Kirill Lyamin 14 (56.00%)
#12- Billy Thompson 8 (28.57%)
#13- Jan Platil 17 (68.00%)
#14- Shawn Weller 12 (52.17%)
#15- Alexander Nikulin 9 (36.00%)
#16- Kelly Guard 9 (39.13%)
#17- Peter Regin 6 (28.57%)
#18- Phillippe Seydoux 8 (32.00%)
#19- Will Colbert 7 (25.00%) * Won in tiebreaker
#20- Jim McKenzie 7 (25.00%)

Prospects of 2004
#1 Ray Emery
#2 Patrick Eaves
#3 Brandon Bochenski
#4 Igor Mirnov
#5 Alexei Kaigorodov
#6 Jan Platil
#7 Kelly Guard
#8 Chris Kelly
#9 Christoph Schubert
#10 Grant Potulny
#11 Charlie Stephens
#12 Billy Thompson
#13 Mattias Karlsson
#14 Sergei Gimayev
#15-17 (in no order):
-Phillipe Seydoux
-Neil Komadoski
-Will Colbert
#18 Tim Cook
#19 Brian McGrattan
#20 Andy Hedlund

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I'm sorry I took so long getting this made, was out of town and busy.

If you see any mistakes, please let me know and I will fix them.

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That 2006 list I prepared above is dreadful. Kaigorodov and Hennessy over Foligno? Cody Bass ahead of Peter Regin? BRUTAL!

It's amazing to look back at the old lists and see how few of the prospects become regular NHL contributors - thanks for posting this.

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yeah, quite interesting. Looking back it's funny to see things like this:

(no offense to the poster, it's not like he was that wrong at the time)
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I don't see what O'Brien's done to warrent victory over Anikeyenko, Lyamin or Barinka.
I wonder if it was just the whole relying on marginal russian and euro prospects we did during the muckler years that made us so off, or if we all really just suck at reading prospects.

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The climb of Stone is amazing.

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I asked this last time and here we go again,

After the top 3, who do you think is one of the most important player to the team, that you hope can reach his potential?

Im going with Ceci, we really need that top 4 D-man after Karlsson and Cowen.

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lol, still can't believe you guys voted Culek at 22 over several better prospects

And Borowiecki over Da Costa, Petersson and even Hoffman and Pageau is doubtful IMO as well

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That 2006 list I prepared above is dreadful. Kaigorodov and Hennessy over Foligno? Cody Bass ahead of Peter Regin? BRUTAL!

It's amazing to look back at the old lists and see how few of the prospects become regular NHL contributors - thanks for posting this.
You mean it's amazing how our scouting/drafting/developing process used to suck compared with today?

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I asked this last time and here we go again,

After the top 3, who do you think is one of the most important player to the team, that you hope can reach his potential?

Im going with Ceci, we really need that top 4 D-man after Karlsson and Cowen.
IMO, Ceci, Noesen and Petersson will have the most impact.

Of course, I'm biased about Petersson but really think he becomes a player

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Great job

Borowiecki is way too high imo, and I'd have Pageau higher (just after Prince), but really those are the only complaints I have with how the list turned out.

I just have a feeling Borowiecki will end up playing out a lot like Bass did, where the organization and fans love him, but in the end he just isnt good enough to ever crack the NHL roster. I hope Im wrong though

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Nicely done, have a feeling a few of the guys in the 25-40 range will be making big jumps soon.

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Great job

Borowiecki is way too high imo, and I'd have Pageau higher (just after Prince), but really those are the only complaints I have with how the list turned out.

I just have a feeling Borowiecki will end up playing out a lot like Bass did, where the organization and fans love him, but in the end he just isnt good enough to ever crack the NHL roster. I hope Im wrong though
Went to school with Boro so I am biased. If he had a swedish name, you guys would be all over him.

AHL All Star, Top scoring "D" man on the B sens last year- in his rookie year - and didn't play on the PP, Top "D" man in +/- , over 100 pims, voted rookie of the year on the BSens, top PK D-man, played 25-30 mins a game, was the team's best "D" man by far.

Take a look at the video clip up above and tell me that there is a more complete "D" man with the Sens/BSens (good hands, great passer, tough as nails, fights, great on the PK, can QB a PP if you need him to).

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lol, still can't believe you guys voted Culek at 22 over several better prospects

And Borowiecki over Da Costa, Petersson and even Hoffman and Pageau is doubtful IMO as well



You mean it's amazing how our scouting/drafting/developing process used to suck compared with today?



IMO, Ceci, Noesen and Petersson will have the most impact.

Of course, I'm biased about Petersson but really think he becomes a player
I still think he could develop into a Rob Niedermayer type player. Those type of hockey players are still valuable depth to teams trying to win playoff games.

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Great job

Borowiecki is way too high imo, and I'd have Pageau higher (just after Prince), but really those are the only complaints I have with how the list turned out.

I just have a feeling Borowiecki will end up playing out a lot like Bass did, where the organization and fans love him, but in the end he just isnt good enough to ever crack the NHL roster. I hope Im wrong though
Ya, should have around #12 IMO

I don't think his career will look like Bass though, unless he gets several injuries that makes miss the turning points of his career and let the depht surpass him.


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Take a look at the video clip up above and tell me that there is a more complete "D" man with the Sens/BSens (good hands, great passer, tough as nails, fights, great on the PK, can QB a PP if you need him to).
With the Sens? Karlsson? Cowen? Gonchar? Phillips? Methot? Lundin?

Not sure if I understood what you meant...

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I still think he could develop into a Rob Niedermayer type player. Those type of hockey players are still valuable depth to teams trying to win playoff games.
Well he's got a long way to go before he reaches that level... At least Rob was scoring a bit in junior... (Edit : I think I need to mention that I'm not only basing myself on Culek's stats)

I could be wrong of course but my gut feeling about Culek's chances is very low. In guys ranked lower, I have much more faith in DD's chances or even Ryan Dzingel

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Lehner should of been number one, like I voted

Seriously tho, my top 10 Re-Rank:

1. Lehner
2. Silfverberg
3. Stone
4. Zibanejad
5. Ceci
6. Puempel
7. Prince
8. Noesen
9. Wiercoich
10. Claesson

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11-25-2012, 08:10 PM
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Lehner should of been number one, like I voted

Seriously tho, my top 10 Re-Rank:

1. Lehner
2. Silfverberg
3. Stone
4. Zibanejad
5. Ceci
6. Puempel
7. Prince
8. Noesen
9. Wiercoich
10. Claesson

What do u think?
Switch Prince and Noesen and swap out Claesson for Boro and that would be my list. I'm not considering JOB a prospect in this case, but he would take spot 10 for me if I were.

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11-25-2012, 08:14 PM
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Boro hasnt impressed me at all this season, bad penalty after bad penalty..

Also i didnt consider JOB either, he'd be in the NHL.

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11-25-2012, 09:03 PM
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Boro hasnt impressed me at all this season, bad penalty after bad penalty..

Also i didnt consider JOB either, he'd be in the NHL.
Yes, Boro has been quite bad so far. He has, however, looked great before. Claesson might have a higher upside than him, but he also has a much farther way to go to reach his potential. Boro has proven that he can be an effective player when he plays a simple game and he even has a pair of NHL games under his belt. He was always praised by the Murrays and I don't think 16 games with a new coach and a very new team is going to change that. Hopefully Boro will bounce back, but given his past play and the long road that Claesson will need to take to become an NHL player, I would still take Boro.

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Lehner should of been number one, like I voted

Seriously tho, my top 10 Re-Rank:

1. Lehner
2. Silfverberg
3. Stone
4. Zibanejad
5. Ceci
6. Puempel
7. Prince
8. Noesen
9. Wiercoich
10. Claesson

What do u think?
Agree 100%

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11-26-2012, 07:37 AM
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These lists get changed every week...

If Puempel was in a slump he would be on the bottom.
If Claesson didn't come over, he would never have gotten mentioned.
If Lehner shat the bed like last season he would dropped down to third.

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These lists get changed every week...

If Puempel was in a slump he would be on the bottom.
If Claesson didn't come over, he would never have gotten mentioned.
If Lehner shat the bed like last season he would dropped down to third.
Exactly, easy to re-rank at this point when seeing how each player has been doing. Like looking back at these lists though to see how good our guesses were

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re-reading my post i just uncovered our term of endearment for Matt Puempel when he goes on a scoring drought.

Matt Slumpel

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Lehner should of been number one, like I voted
I like Lehner as our best prospect too. I also don't think that #8, 10, 12, 15, 17, 20 or 24 should be in the top 25 but then again I don't like players under 6'.

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I like Lehner as our best prospect too. I also don't think that #8, 10, 12, 15, 17, 20 or 24 should be in the top 25 but then again I don't like players under 6'.
I can somewhat agree with you in regards to Petersson, Filatov and Wideman, but I disagree with the rest. I don't see how any of Prince, Da Costa, Pageau or Claesson could be out of the top 25. They are all solid prospects and they have all played very well so far this season.


Aside from that I also think that both Dziurzynski and Sdao should be top 25 prospects, if not top 20 prospects.

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