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11-30-2013, 04:42 PM
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Just going to stab at this one:

1) Morrissey
2) Petan
3) Kichton
4) Comrie
5) Lipon
6) Lodge
7) Kostalek
8) Copp
9) Karlstrom
10) Poolman

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11-30-2013, 04:45 PM
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Just going to stab at this one:

1) Morrissey
2) Petan
3) Kichton
4) Comrie
5) Lipon
6) Lodge
7) Kostalek
8) Copp
9) Karlstrom
10) Poolman
I'd put Copp higher and Lodge lower. Copp may be older, but he's the top C at U of M and playing quite well. Lodge has the greater potential, but still has yet to start achieving it.

I'm also unsure of having Kichton that high. Yes he's the leading points producer amongst rookie defenseman in the AHL, but he's older than the rest of the draft class and I'm not sure if his potential is higher than that of a guy we already have in Paul Postma.

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11-30-2013, 05:03 PM
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1) Michael McCarron
2) Artturi Lehkonen
3) Jacob de la Rose
4) Sven Andrighetto
5) Zachary Fucale
6) Martin Reway
7) Connor Crisp
8) Jeremy Gregoire

The last three are quite a step below the first the five. The first five are all pretty close, while the last three are all pretty much equal, in my opinion. Unlike some Habs fans, I refuse to call McCarron a bust after 24 games in a completely new league. Lehkonen has the edge in skill over de la Rose, but de la Rose is the safer prospect. Andrighetto has done everything and more than the players rated below him and has produced at the pro level (small sample size though). I'm fairly apprehensive of goaltending prospects in general, so that explains my ranking of Fucale. Gregoire has been a pleasant surprise thus far, but I think Crisp has more natural skill, just a matter of consistency. Reway has an insane amount of skill, but he has some serious flaws that prevent him from being higher than any of the first five.

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11-30-2013, 05:15 PM
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#3 - Jonathan Drouin
#33 - Adam Erne
#124 - Kristers Gudlevskis
#154 - Henri Ikonen
#184 - Saku Salminen
#186 - Joel Vermin

Pretty much as we drafted them, although I was tempted to put Gudlevskis over Erne.

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11-30-2013, 05:35 PM
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1. Nurse



2. Roy
3. Chase
4. Yakimov
5. Slepyshev

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11-30-2013, 05:38 PM
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I know you said it was a crapshoot but I'm curious to hear your reasoning on having Pope last, especially behind Melen.

Personally I'd go
1) Mantha
2) Janmark
2) Nastasiuk
3) Bertuzzi
4) Pope
5) Mcnulty
6) Wheaton
7) Melen

With Nasty and Janmark tied for 2nd and Pope/Mcnulty interchangeable.
Janmark-Nylen is such a stud in NHL 14

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11-30-2013, 06:30 PM
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I know you said it was a crapshoot but I'm curious to hear your reasoning on having Pope last, especially behind Melen.

Personally I'd go
1) Mantha
2) Janmark
2) Nastasiuk
3) Bertuzzi
4) Pope
5) Mcnulty
6) Wheaton
7) Melen

With Nasty and Janmark tied for 2nd and Pope/Mcnulty interchangeable.
Any reason why you have David Pope, who plays in the BCHL above Mcnulty and Wheaton? I'm curious to hear your reasoning on having Pope ranked above them.

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11-30-2013, 06:59 PM
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1. Nurse
2. Roy
3. Chase
4. Yakimov
5. Houck
6. Betker
7. Slepyshev
8. Muir
9. Platzer
10. Campbell

If Chase continues to play the way he has been he'll pass Roy by the end of the year.
What don't you like about Slepyshev's game?

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11-30-2013, 07:08 PM
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1) Michael McCarron
2) Artturi Lehkonen
3) Jacob de la Rose
4) Sven Andrighetto
5) Zachary Fucale
6) Martin Reway
7) Connor Crisp
8) Jeremy Gregoire

The last three are quite a step below the first the five. The first five are all pretty close, while the last three are all pretty much equal, in my opinion. Unlike some Habs fans, I refuse to call McCarron a bust after 24 games in a completely new league. Lehkonen has the edge in skill over de la Rose, but de la Rose is the safer prospect. Andrighetto has done everything and more than the players rated below him and has produced at the pro level (small sample size though). I'm fairly apprehensive of goaltending prospects in general, so that explains my ranking of Fucale. Gregoire has been a pleasant surprise thus far, but I think Crisp has more natural skill, just a matter of consistency. Reway has an insane amount of skill, but he has some serious flaws that prevent him from being higher than any of the first five.

Thank you. He'll be fine. So big and skilled.

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11-30-2013, 08:39 PM
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What don't you like about Slepyshev's game?
To be honest I haven't seen him play much, which is partly why he's lower on my list, all reports have been that Yakimov has been good in the KHL and Slepyshev has been less than stellar. I really want to watch them both at the WJC, so I can have a better handle on both guys.

Chase has been really impressive and Houck has turned it on in the last month, as for Betker, he has been a rock on a defensive juggernaut in Everett.

So what I'm basically saying is I need to see Slepyshev play more before he is higher on my list.

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11-30-2013, 08:49 PM
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#7 Darnell Nurse
#56 Marco Roy
#88 Anton Slepyshev
#83 Bogdan Yakimov
#188 Greg Chase
#96 Kyle Platzer
#113 Aidan Muir
#158 Ben Betker
#94 Jackson Houck
#128 Evan Campbell

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11-30-2013, 09:29 PM
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Any reason why you have David Pope, who plays in the BCHL above Mcnulty and Wheaton? I'm curious to hear your reasoning on having Pope ranked above them.
I asked you first

He's got a good frame and since he's going the college route he'll have plenty of time to bulk up and fill out, he's got good offensive chops and what some scouts say is a NHL ready shot. He's also has a decent two way game, good enough so that he's doesn't have to be a top 6 or bust guy. Also FYI central scouting had him ranked 67th in NA skaters ahead of both Wheaton (69) and Mcnulty (105), not to mention he was drafted before both of them so IMO the reasoning for having him above those guys is pretty clear.

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11-30-2013, 10:05 PM
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well it's basically going to be the same as drafted until the players actually get the time to show they deserved to be higher or lower. Columbus is pretty much what they drafted minus maybe id flip Soberg and Moutrey
Wennberg
Rychel
Dano
Heatherington
Bjorkstrand
Soberg
Moutrey
Quenneville
I know some people would put Bjorkstrand ahead of Heatherington because of his offensive numbers but i'm quite high on Heatherington and the fact i think he can be a real nice defense d-man maybe like a Gunnarsson and have an easier time reaching his own potential because of size.
Dano might surprise and surpass Rychel someday but right now it isn't the case but i guess that could go for anyone since it's so early

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11-30-2013, 10:15 PM
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1) Michael McCarron
2) Artturi Lehkonen
3) Jacob de la Rose
4) Sven Andrighetto
5) Zachary Fucale
6) Martin Reway
7) Connor Crisp
8) Jeremy Gregoire

The last three are quite a step below the first the five. The first five are all pretty close, while the last three are all pretty much equal, in my opinion. Unlike some Habs fans, I refuse to call McCarron a bust after 24 games in a completely new league. Lehkonen has the edge in skill over de la Rose, but de la Rose is the safer prospect. Andrighetto has done everything and more than the players rated below him and has produced at the pro level (small sample size though). I'm fairly apprehensive of goaltending prospects in general, so that explains my ranking of Fucale. Gregoire has been a pleasant surprise thus far, but I think Crisp has more natural skill, just a matter of consistency. Reway has an insane amount of skill, but he has some serious flaws that prevent him from being higher than any of the first five.
Doesn't make him our #1 prospect in terms of performance.

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11-30-2013, 10:33 PM
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2. Roy
3. Chase
4. Yakimov
5. Slepyshev
6. Houck

7. Platzer
8. Betker
9. Muir
10. Campbell

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11-30-2013, 10:46 PM
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The Flyers

1. Samuel Morin (11th Overall)

Morin has done pretty well so far for Rimouski. He should double his point production from last year, but he is taking too many penalties this season as well.

2. Robert Hagg (41st Overall)

Hagg has been consistent for MODO, and scored a great goal in his last game.

3. Terrance Amorosa (132nd Overall)

Amorosa committed to Providence college earlier this year and is playing pretty well for Sioux City Musketeers. He definitely is a project, but he is playing pretty well.

4. Tyrell Goulbourne (72nd Overall)

I was never a big fan of this selection. If the Flyers wanted Goulbourne so badly they probably could have selected him with their next selection. This season has a .5 point per game pace, which is nothing to gawk at.

5. Merrick Madsen (162nd Overall)

Madsen committed to Harvard in the prior year.

6. David Drake (192nd Overall)

I have not heard anything regarding Drake, but he has 1 point and is -4 through 16 games, playing for the Des Moines Buccaneers

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11-30-2013, 10:56 PM
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Just going to stab at this one:

1) Morrissey
2) Petan
3) Kichton
4) Comrie
5) Lipon
6) Lodge
7) Kostalek
8) Copp
9) Karlstrom
10) Poolman

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I'd put Copp higher and Lodge lower. Copp may be older, but he's the top C at U of M and playing quite well. Lodge has the greater potential, but still has yet to start achieving it.

I'm also unsure of having Kichton that high. Yes he's the leading points producer amongst rookie defenseman in the AHL, but he's older than the rest of the draft class and I'm not sure if his potential is higher than that of a guy we already have in Paul Postma.


Early but this is how I see it today for the long term value:

1 Morrissey

2 Comrie

3 Petan

4 Copp

5 Lodge

6 Kostalek

7 Kichton

8 Lipon

9 Karlstrom

10 Poolman



Lots to like in this draft for Winnipeg , and a lot of players could end up being productive for this franchise. With so many picks and a lot in the rounds 2 through 4 area , lists will be fluid for different posters.

I like Copp a lot and sense he will be a very astute selection for Winnipeg . Hope he makes the WJ team . He has been really productive the last half of last year through now and with his background and quite recently only focusing on one sport this is more than a bit eye opening for me.

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12-01-2013, 12:55 AM
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Poirier

Klimchuk

Roy
Kanzig
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Harrisson
Gilmour

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Let-me-rank-them-by-draft-order-because-it-is-too-soon-thread.

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12-01-2013, 04:30 AM
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#7 Darnell Nurse
#56 Marco Roy
#88 Anton Slepyshev
#83 Bogdan Yakimov
#188 Greg Chase
#96 Kyle Platzer
#113 Aidan Muir
#158 Ben Betker
#94 Jackson Houck
#128 Evan Campbell
Sorry but Slepyshev has done nothing to be ahead of Yakimov.

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12-01-2013, 07:04 AM
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not too hard for the Canes:

1 - C Elias Lindholm (#5)
2 - D Brett Pesce (#66)
3 - LW Brent Pedersen (#126)
4 - D Tyler Ganly (#156)

if Tolchinsky (who was draft eligible for the first time in 2013 but signed as a UFA) were to be included in this list that changes things a good bit. He'd probably take over the #2 slot sliding everyone down one.

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Doesn't make him our #1 prospect in terms of performance.
Ummm... okay? I might be missing something but I don't anything in the OP that says to rank them in terms of performance...

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Sorry but Slepyshev has done nothing to be ahead of Yakimov.
Based on......

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1. (82) C Carter Verhaeghe
2. (21) C Frederik Gauthier
3. (202) LW Andreas Johnson
4. (142) RW Fabrice Herzog
5. (172) G Antoine Bibeau

All things considered a pretty good draft in the very early goings. Not a whole lot of separation. Verhaeghe has been a revelation on a terrible Niagara squad. Gauthier has been just OK but at this point pedigree is still a decent indicator. Johnson is having a very successful rookie year in the SHL, top 10 in scoring, although he's cooled off quite a bit as of late. Herzog is a 6'2 200lbs winger on pace for 40 goals as a rookie in his first year in North America, and while Bibeau benefits from being a year older, his SV% is good for 2nd best in the Q. Not bad.

Nothing earth shattering, but it looks like nobody's busted yet, which is always encouraging.

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Ummm... okay? I might be missing something but I don't anything in the OP that says to rank them in terms of performance...
Considering that's what other posters have been doing in this thread except for you then.....

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