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05-16-2006, 12:26 PM
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I would like to get information on those NHL prospect .

What are there chance to make it in the NHL ?
what can be there impact on their team in the NHL ?

Radek Smolenak

Richard Clune

Cody Bass

GINO PISELLINI

RYAN CALLAHAN

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I would like to get information on those NHL prospect .

What are there chance to make it in the NHL ?
what can be there impact on their team in the NHL ?

Radek Smolenak

Richard Clune

Cody Bass

GINO PISELLINI

RYAN CALLAHAN
Richard Clune is a high energy type of player, who has a real presence when he comes onto the ice. He is a Gary Roberts type of player who likes to hit. He performed extremely well for Canada in the 2005 U18 world tourney when the team won the gold medal.
He hasn't demonstrated that he can put up big numbers at the Jr. A level . AT this stage he appears to be an ECHL or possibly an AHL player,but would be a longshot for the National League. Next year he'll likely be back in the O.

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Been able to see all of these play multiple times

Richard Clune - Smallish power forward 2nd/3rd line Left Winger projection able to put out up to 50 points per season at his best.

Cody Bass - Good defensive forward, should be comfortable as a 3rd Line Center able to move up to 2nd incase of injury, shouldn't produce too much offense, but should landaround 20-35 on a regular season in the NHL

Ryan Callahan - seems like an offenisve minded Right Winger, his defense seems questionable, but i think he'll be able to move up to a 2nd line RW kind of role eventually throughout his career, he'd maybe even land a 60 point season but the majority of his prime would be between 40-55 pts.

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Callahan is a Rangers' prospect who had an outstanding overage year with Guelph. He is a gritty player, who is good on face-offs, knows how to finish, and gives 100% on every shift. On top of that, he's got leadership skills. Not sure that he will make it to the second line, but barring injury, he is a strong NHL third-line candidate.

He just signed an entry-level contract with the Rangers last week, and skated with the AHL Hartford Wolf Pack for a couple of days before they were eliminated from the playoffs. Expect to see him in the AHL next year, and depending on his progress, maybe the NHL in 2007-08.

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