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Prospect Poll: NYR Prospect #16

View Poll Results: Who is our #16 prospect?
RW Josh Nicholls 5 6.58%
D Ryan Graves 1 1.32%
D Calle Andersson 22 28.95%
C Steven Fogarty 11 14.47%
LW Anthony Duclair 27 35.53%
LW Adam Tambellini 10 13.16%
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Prospect Poll: NYR Prospect #16

For the first time, the loser of the previous tiebreaker failed to win the next round. Conor Allen has this one and is the final player in the Projects group, as we move on to the Suspects. Ryan Graves is added to the poll.

Please write who you want added to the poll, and give a reason for it. This makes the discussion here more lively.


TOP PROSPECTS

1. LW Chris Kreider
2. C J.T. Miller
3. D Dylan McIlrath
4. C Oscar Lindberg
5. RW Jesper Fast


SECOND TIER

6. RW Danny Kristo
7. D Brady Skjei
8. C Cristoval Nieves
9. LW Marek Hrivik
10. C Michael St. Croix


PROJECTS

11. LW Andrew Yogan
12. LW Pavel Buchnevich
13. G Cam Talbot
14. D Sam Noreau
15. D Conor Allen


Conor Allen
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Born Jan 31 1990 -- Chicago, IL
Height 6.01 -- Weight 203 -- Shoots L

2012-13 UMass-Amherst H-East 33 5-14-19 53PIM


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Bourque, Ryan (19)
Hughes, Tommy (NR)
Jean, Kyle (12)
Kantor, Michael (NR)
Missiaen, Jason (25)
Skapski, Mackenzie (NR)
Spelling, Thomas (20)
Stajcer, Scott (NR)
Wilson, Jason (24)

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Voted for Andersson who has good potential.

Add Bourque because he's a very nice spark plug player who is showing good improvement in Hartford. But for injuries, he would've already been ranked, so he deserves to at least be in the poll.

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Fogarty, add Bourque.

I like Fogarty he has NHL size and a decent set of hands. He can become a solid NHL power forward. I'm excited to see how he does at Notre Dame this year. Who's a good future comparable for him? Clarkson?

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Dukes for his potential. May have been fastest skater in the draft according to some scouts. Add Spelling who seems like he may be able to score at the next level, although prospect development camps are hardly NHL caliber competition.

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Fogarty, add Bourque.

I like Fogarty he has NHL size and a decent set of hands. He can become a solid NHL power forward. I'm excited to see how he does at Notre Dame this year. Who's a good future comparable for him? Clarkson?
Clarkson? Nah. I envision Michal Handzus with a bit more of an edge as his high end. He's improved his defensive game to the point where his projections can include a possible defensive center, as opposed to just a big power winger.

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Clarkson? Nah. I envision Michal Handzus with a bit more of an edge as his high end. He's improved his defensive game to the point where his projections can include a possible defensive center, as opposed to just a big power winger.
Fogarty has much better hands and skating ability than Handzus (relative to development) and not nearly the defensive accumen (though that is something that, over time, can change). Definitely a better comparison than Clarkson, though.

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I'm voting Tambellini, and want to add Bourque.

If not for injuries, Bourque would've been ranked long ago.

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Ive said this a few times. I think Andersson has a ceiling of Anton Stralman. If he hits that ceiling that could be an extremely valuable player for us. I definitely think any one else on this list getting voted over him is criminal!!!

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Fogarty has much better hands and skating ability than Handzus (relative to development) and not nearly the defensive accumen (though that is something that, over time, can change). Definitely a better comparison than Clarkson, though.
Couldn't disagree more. Fogarty has become an excellent two way player and Handzus was a very underrated playmaker in his prime. Neither is a particularly great skater.

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Ive said this a few times. I think Andersson has a ceiling of Anton Stralman. If he hits that ceiling that could be an extremely valuable player for us. I definitely think any one else on this list getting voted over him is criminal!!!
Yup, been voting for him for a few rounds now.

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Who is Josh Nicholls?

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Couldn't disagree more. Fogarty has become an excellent two way player and Handzus was a very underrated playmaker in his prime. Neither is a particularly great skater.
Fair enough, I thought you meant Handzus as he stands right now as opposed to in his prime. Still, I think Fogarty has more finesse to his game and Handzus has the better IQ.

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Who is Josh Nicholls?


Some kid we signed out of the WHL this year who used to be a Toronto prospect but wasn't signed by them.

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Who is Josh Nicholls?
http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=32770

someone who put up some decent numbers and has decent size.. anyone know the knock on this kid

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Pretty easily Tambellini for me right now.

Intriguing combination of speed, size, and offensive ability. If he fills out, he can be a heck of a player.

He has the same question marks as Fogarty did coming out of the draft. Here's hoping he can better fulfill his potential.

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Andersson, add Bourque

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What's the thinking behind Duclair over Tambellini? Is it just because Duclair skates fast? Tambellini seems like the more intriguing overall package. That seems to be reflected in their draft position as well.

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