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Sens Board Prospect Rankings 2013 (16th)

View Poll Results: Who's #16?
Nikita Filatov 2 2.74%
Derek Grant 8 10.96%
Jarrod Maidens 19 26.03%
Francois Brassard 0 0%
Darren Kramer 0 0%
Troy Rutkowski 1 1.37%
Marcus Hogberg 1 1.37%
Ryan Dzingel 2 2.74%
Cole Schneider 1 1.37%
Buddy Robinson 7 9.59%
Michael Sdao 5 6.85%
Andre Petersson 2 2.74%
Corey Cowick 0 0%
Robert Baillargeon 0 0%
Mikael Wikstrand 25 34.25%
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07-18-2013, 12:24 AM
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Sens Board Prospect Rankings 2013 (16th)

Sens Prospect Rankings:

1. Robin Lehner G 6'4" 223 (Ottawa Senators, NHL) 52.82%
2. Mika Zibanejad C 6'1" 200 (Ottawa Senators, NHL) 86.05%
3. Curtis Lazar C 6'0" 194 (Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL) 52.08%
4. Cody Ceci D 6'3" 215 (Owen Sound Attack, OHL) 36.00%
5. Jean-Gabriel Pageau C 5'9" 163 (Binghamton Senators, AHL) 41.46%
6. Cory Conacher LW 5'8" 176 (Ottawa Senators, NHL)56.63%
7. Patrick Wiercioch D 6'5" 205 (Ottawa Senators, NHL)52.34%
8. Mark Stone RW 6'2" 188 (Binghamton Senators, AHL)66.30%
9. Matt Puempel LW 6'0" 198 (Peterborough Petes, OHL)51.40%
10. Shane Prince C 5'10" 181 (Binghamton Senators, AHL)70.49%
11. Mike Hoffman C 5'11" 176 (Binghamton Senators, AHL)44.66%
12. Mark Borowiecki D 6'1" 200 (Binghamton Senators, AHL)28.07%
13. Stephane Da Costa C 5'11" 185 (Binghamton Senators, AHL)32.98%
14. Chris Driedger G 6'2" 186 (Calgary Hitmen, WHL)42.86%
15. Fredrik Claesson D 6'0" 205 (Binghamton Senators, AHL)51.81%

Senators Prospects Top 40 (2012) + Past Rankings:
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Prospect Criteria:

A player will be considered a prospect until he meets the following criteria:

If a prospect is a skater (forward, defenseman) and has played in 65 NHL games or more before the completion of the season of his 24th birthday; or, if a goaltender has played in 45 NHL games before the completion of the season of his 24th birthday, that player will be considered graduated to the NHL. Conversely, if a player completes the season of his 24th birthday without passing those milestones, then that player will no longer be considered a prospect by Hockey’s Future, regardless of the player’s status with his NHL club.

An NCAA player who signs his first contract at or above the age of 22 has three years to meet the above criteria (65/45), while those NCAA players that turn pro under the age of 22 will be subjected to
the criteria above.

European players who sign their first NHL contract at or above the age of 22 have three seasons from the time they sign that contract to meet the above criteria. Those European players below the age of 22 that have signed a NHL contract will be subjected to the criteria in section one.
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wickstrand, add vincent dunn.

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Maidens. Fantastic skill and high ceiling.

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07-18-2013, 12:37 AM
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if i could vote i'd vote robinson lol He looks like an NHLer and unlike alot of our prospects he fits into a shut down roll


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V....W.....V.......VVVVIKSTRANDDDDDDDDDDDD!

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if i could vote i'd vote robinson lol He looks like an NHLer and unlike alot of are prospects he fits into a shut down roll
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Voted for Maidens.

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Buddy.

Big Vikstrand fan though...he had a great world juniors.

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Was tempted to go Dzingle, he had a really good year in college leading OSU in scoring and top 25 in the nation.

But I went Wikstrand, kid looked pretty good at the WJHC.

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Maidens has the most transferrable skillset right now.

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I'm a huge Maidens fan, but I'm very very skeptical about his health. To me he will be the biggest riser or faller next year.

Wikstrand for me, just because I feel they have equal levels of intriguing-ness and he's less injury prone.

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Maidens missed a ton of key development time. He's a massive ? as a prospect right now.

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Wikstrand, Maidens next prob, but hard to justify him at this point when he barely just started skating again.

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Grant played in the NHL last year and didn't look out of place (although he didn't do anything much). Coach Richardson was really high on him as a bottom 6 guy who is smart, good to show our depth, our prospects who have played in the NHL might not even crack our top 20.

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Ok Wikstrand and Maidens but then it HAS to be Andre Petersson after... Comon the guy dominated the WJC (was Eberle good) and the AHL (great pts pace as a rookie). Sens brass talked about him being a serious candidate on Spezza's wing for the next 10 years. They also talked about him being the most skilled with the highest upside in the prospect pool. Sure we added some great prospects since but what also happened since? Petersson missed the season because of an injury (same as Cowen)

What have you done for me lately mentality really kills me! lol guys who haven't even accomplished as much as Andre are going to be voted above him. People seems to forget he is almost 2 years behind in development because of the back problems he had in Sweden so he's still very young

What has Maidens done to be voted about him?

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I've been high on Petersson for a while, but he didn't look good pre-injury last year and that wasn't a positive sign. But he was very good the year before so this should be a telling year for him.

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Ok Wikstrand and Maidens but then it HAS to be Andre Petersson after... Comon the guy dominated the WJC (was Eberle good) and the AHL (great pts pace as a rookie). Sens brass talked about him being a serious candidate on Spezza's wing for the next 10 years. They also talked about him being the most skilled with the highest upside in the prospect pool. Sure we added some great prospects since but what also happened since? Petersson missed the season because of an injury (same as Cowen)

What have you done for me lately mentality really kills me! lol guys who haven't even accomplished as much as Andre are going to be voted above him. People seems to forget he is almost 2 years behind in development because of the back problems he had in Sweden so he's still very young

What has Maidens done to be voted about him?
Pushed someone out of the way!

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Ok Wikstrand and Maidens but then it HAS to be Andre Petersson after... Comon the guy dominated the WJC (was Eberle good) and the AHL (great pts pace as a rookie). Sens brass talked about him being a serious candidate on Spezza's wing for the next 10 years. They also talked about him being the most skilled with the highest upside in the prospect pool. Sure we added some great prospects since but what also happened since? Petersson missed the season because of an injury (same as Cowen)

What have you done for me lately mentality really kills me! lol guys who haven't even accomplished as much as Andre are going to be voted above him. People seems to forget he is almost 2 years behind in development because of the back problems he had in Sweden so he's still very young

What has Maidens done to be voted about him?
You realize that this question is pretty much the same mentality you're bashing, right? Maidens is the definition of a person who's not getting votes from the "what have you done for me lately" crowd. Iron Maidens would have been a first rounder if not for the injury woes. His ceiling is higher than anyone else left on this list. His basement may be a bit lower than most, too, but he's got a great shot if he can get over the injury woes.

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Next three for me

Maidens
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Dzingel

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Wikstrand. Add Max McCormick.

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Ok Wikstrand and Maidens but then it HAS to be Andre Petersson after... Comon the guy dominated the WJC (was Eberle good) and the AHL (great pts pace as a rookie). Sens brass talked about him being a serious candidate on Spezza's wing for the next 10 years. They also talked about him being the most skilled with the highest upside in the prospect pool. Sure we added some great prospects since but what also happened since? Petersson missed the season because of an injury (same as Cowen)

What have you done for me lately mentality really kills me! lol guys who haven't even accomplished as much as Andre are going to be voted above him. People seems to forget he is almost 2 years behind in development because of the back problems he had in Sweden so he's still very young

What has Maidens done to be voted about him?
IMO Petersson`s time has come & gone, to small & too soft & add injury prone to that. I put him with Filatov, two very skilled guys who couldn`t crack the lineup for various reasons & will be playing their careers in their homeland. Petersson has another yr on his contract but if he doesn`t go back to Sweden this yr, I think he doesn`t come back to NA next yr. I doubt Filatov will ever be back. We`ll see.

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Add Harpur. (BH should definitely be in ahead of Dunn considering their draft position fwiw, at least at this time)

RE: Petersson. He's fallen off the map for me. He's had back and now hip issues and is already at a disadvantage with his size. I really didn't like his game at the start of the AHL season, looked lost imo. He certainly doesn't lack skill but I don't think he has the greatest vision or hockey smarts. Tends to hold onto the puck WAAAY too long for my liking and doesn't use that amazing shot often enough. There are just too many players coming into the organization right now for him to stand out and make it as a top 6 player. If Filatov can't cut it in our organization, then Petersson certainly can't either. He has upside, no doubt but I think his chances of ever reaching his potential are very remote. We'll see if he can bounce back this coming year under Luke. Hope he does, I've played over Xbox Live with him and Lehner a few times and he seems like a nice dude.

I think I'll be voting another Swede in the next one.

Also, ADD HARPUR. I'm seriously excited about this player. His skating makes me want to pick flowers and bake cookies.

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