Calle Andersson won the three-way tie-breaker for round 13. Seeing as there were 2 losers in the tie-breaker instead of one, let's vote on round 14 instead of just giving it to the loser of the tie-breaker. LW Andrew Yogan becomes the 5th LW added to the poll.
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1. LW Chris Kreider
2. LW Carl Hagelin
3. C J.T. Miller
4. D Dylan McIlrath
5. D Brady Skjei
6. RW Jesper Fast
7. C Oscar Lindberg
8. LW Marek Hrivik
9. RW Christian Thomas
10. C Michael St. Croix
11. C Cristoval Nieves
12. LW Kyle Jean
13. D Calle Andersson
Born May 16 1994 -- Malmo, Sweden
Height 6.02 -- Weight 208 -- Shoots R
For what it's worth, this might be too late for this poll, but in addition to playing in the SEL, Calle Anderson played in the Swedish Junior League and scored 20 points in 14 games as a two-way defenseman, which would be over 117 points per 82 games pace. Considering he was one of the younger players on the team, that is absolutely amazing.
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Bourque, Mashinter, Missiaen, Spelling and Wilson have some NHL potential. None of them are great, but we are talking about guys who will be listed at the very bottom of the top-20 or as honorable mentions.
The first poll I did, had 4 eventual NHLers ranked 15 or lower: Hagelin, Potter, Weise, Horak. Every poll had at least one guy ranked after #15 make the NHL. We shouldn't think that only the top prospects make it.