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2013 Habs Board Prospect Rankings #15

View Poll Results: Who is #15?
Mark MacMillan, RW/C, North Dakota 2 1.02%
Gabriel Dumont, C, Hamilton Bulldogs 19 9.64%
Connor Crisp, LW/C, Eerie Otters 2 1.02%
Sven Andrighetto, RW/LW, Hamilton Bulldogs 30 15.23%
Martin Reway, LW/C, Gatineau Olympiques 1 0.51%
Josiah Didier, D, Denver 0 0%
Joonas Nattinen, C, Hamilton Bulldogs 2 1.02%
Erik Nystrom, LW/RW, Karlskrona 3 1.52%
Michael Bournival, C, Hamilton Bulldogs 62 31.47%
Dustin Tokarski, G, Hamilton Bulldogs 1 0.51%
Steve Quailer, LW, Hamilton Bulldogs 1 0.51%
Greg Pateryn, D, Hamilton Bulldogs 27 13.71%
Morgan Ellis, D, Hamilton Bulldogs 20 10.15%
Patrick Holland, C, Hamilton Bulldogs 5 2.54%
Jeremy Gregoire, C, Baie-Comeau Drakkar 0 0%
Dalton Thrower, D, Vancouver Giants 15 7.61%
Colin Sullivan, D, Boston College 0 0%
Mike Condon, G, Hamilton Bulldogs 0 0%
Stefan Fournier, RW, Hamilton Bulldogs 0 0%
Brady Vail, C, Windsor Spitfires 7 3.55%
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07-15-2013, 06:45 PM
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Pateryn for me.

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Pateryn, could've easily been Dumont or Bournival.

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Sven.

He'll surprise a lot of people, just like he did in the Q.

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Sven Andrighetto, come on... this kid is incredible.

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Morgan ellis, we have so much depth now... very nice to see... i remember the days... were our top prospects included players like Marc Andre Thinel..

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I went with Bournival. But I really think I should've went with Thrower. Meh, at this point I don't care, it's already screwed.

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Floor and proximity always get severely underrated. Dumont for me.
Dumont's floor and ceiling are pretty much identical.

He isn't really a prospect if he is just going to be a disposable asset. If you like Dumont I don't know how you could pick him over Bournival who has a similar skillset but is better in almost every way when comparing them at similar ages.

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Christian Thomas as the next Gallagher?
I don't see it, granted i don't know Thomas that well yet, but have been watching past games and he doesn't play like Gallagher from what i've seen. More skilled offensively perhaps but not the same drive. Thomas to me seems more of a one trick pony.

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Should Trunev still be a prospect?
I wouldn't, he's signed in Russia for the next couple seasons, don't see that changing.

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He's a lot better than his stats show, his style of play is very Lars Eller-is. Big body with some soft hands that's reliable defensively.
I've seen a lot of Nattinen in Hamilton, he's nothing like Eller imo. I also don't think he's a lot better then his stats show, but we'll see how next season goes for him.

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I always figured Nattinen was just a young Engqvist.

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Even at 15 there are a handful of prospects who have realistic NHL potential. A few years ago, by the time 15 rolled around we were really scraping the barrel. Our pool has a lot of depth.

I voted Ellis.

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07-16-2013, 11:29 AM
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Even at 15 there are a handful of prospects who have realistic NHL potential. A few years ago, by the time 15 rolled around we were really scraping the barrel. Our pool has a lot of depth.

I voted Ellis.
This should help to build and maintain a winner in Hamilton that will be able to feed the big club with players who have learned how to win. It is this culture that is the back bone of any perennially contending team.

It is easier to acquire one big time player than to develop a well oiled machine especially when you have the assets to trade for said player.

We have a great core starting to build and you can start to see the complimentary pieces developing as well. When the time is right and the opportunity presents itself MB will be able to add the final piece or two from outside of the organization.

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This should help to build and maintain a winner in Hamilton that will be able to feed the big club with players who have learned how to win. It is this culture that is the back bone of any perennially contending team.

It is easier to acquire one big time player than to develop a well oiled machine especially when you have the assets to trade for said player.

We have a great core starting to build and you can start to see the complimentary pieces developing as well. When the time is right and the opportunity presents itself MB will be able to add the final piece or two from outside of the organization.
I agree. I think the senators exemplified both these things in the playoffs and off-season. Pageau's performance was integral for the Senators in the series against us, and now they have Ryan (while not crippling their crop of youngsters).

Bournival, Vail, Ellis, Pateryn etc are pretty good guys to have as your 15th -20th best prospects.

In ~3 years, MB's hands will be a lot more free to add to the team, as well as the team being a lot stronger if the guy does 0 from now until then.

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Ellis, the guy is really underestimated
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I agree. I think the senators exemplified both these things in the playoffs and off-season. Pageau's performance was integral for the Senators in the series against us, and now they have Ryan (while not crippling their crop of youngsters).

Bournival, Vail, Ellis, Pateryn etc are pretty good guys to have as your 15th -20th best prospects.

In ~3 years, MB's hands will be a lot more free to add to the team, as well as the team being a lot stronger if the guy does 0 from now until then.
Exactly!

This obsession with signing free agents like Lecavalier to long term deals just doesn't fit in the long term plan. When this team is on the verge players will want to come here for the short term to try and put us over the top. Very little compares to winning in Montreal.

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