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2013 Minnesota #19 Prospect

View Poll Results: Who is the nineteenth-best Wild prospect?
Alexandre Belanger 1 2.86%
Tyler Cuma 3 8.57%
Nolan De Jong 0 0%
Kris Foucault 3 8.57%
Kurtis Gabriel 2 5.71%
Adam Gilmour 21 60.00%
Dylan Labbe 3 8.57%
Stephen Michalek 0 0%
Louie Nanne 1 2.86%
Avery Peterson 0 0%
Carson Soucy 1 2.86%
Other (please explain) 0 0%
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09-24-2013, 09:09 PM
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2013 Minnesota #19 Prospect

Eden Prairie native (and UNO sophomore defenseman/2011 5th round pick) Nick Seeler takes the 18th poll with 36.84% of the vote.

2013 HF Wild Prospect Rankings:
1. Mikael Granlund
2. Charlie Coyle
3. Jason Zucker
4. Nino Niederreiter
5. Mathew Dumba
6. Darcy Kuemper
7. Erik Haula
T-8. Johan Gustafsson
T-8. Zack Phillips
10. Mario Lucia
T-11. Daniel Gunnarsson
T-11. Raphael Bussieres
13. Tyler Graovac
14. Brett Bulmer
15. Gustav Olofsson
16. Justin Fontaine
17. John Draeger
18. Nick Seeler

No new guy this time around. As always, polls are open for 2 days.

The last poll will be up whenever I realize it's been past two days and then we can reminisce about the good ol' times of the 2013 Minnesota Wild prospects.

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I've been voting for gilmour since #17.

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Labbe for the fourth time

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im not gonna lie, i dont watch much college hockey, but can someone give a brief break down of gilmour? maybe add in a comparable player if he were to reach his prime/ceiling?

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im not gonna lie, i dont watch much college hockey, but can someone give a brief break down of gilmour? maybe add in a comparable player if he were to reach his prime/ceiling?
I've read that he plays similar to Jordan Staal(formerly of the Penguins, now in Carolina) and if everything goes absolutely right he'd almost reach what Jordan has now.

I could be way off, though.

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im not gonna lie, i dont watch much college hockey, but can someone give a brief break down of gilmour? maybe add in a comparable player if he were to reach his prime/ceiling?
He's a big centerman with a right-handing shot who had a pretty good season in the USHL last season:


--- Regular Season --- ---- Playoffs ----
Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM
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2012-13 Muskegon Lumberjacks USHL 64 19 28 47 12 3 1 0 1 10
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I'm really looking forward to see how he handles the jump to NCAA hockey. He's got the size and the scoring tough, though.

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