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06-28-2014, 06:14 PM
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Rank these Habs prospects

The Habs have obviously looked to add size in the draft the last few years, but they've also drafted quite a few smaller offensive guys as well. Wondering who you guys think ends up the best of the bunch, rank the small guys and big guys seperately (I left out Galchenyuk because he's already on the team, Nystrom because I think it's a long shot that he ever comes back to Hamilton and Collberg because he got dealt)

Small guys (6'0 and under):
Charles Hudon
Jeremy Gregoire (listed at 6'0, so not really all that small)
Martin Reway
Sven Andrighetto
Artturi Lehkonen
Daniel Audette
Jake Evans (also listed on eliteprospects.com as 6'0)

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06-28-2014, 06:16 PM
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The list of big guys (over 6'0) would include...

Crisp
Mccarron
Scherbak
Bozon
De La Rose


Also forgot to mention I left out Vail, obviously because he wasn't signed.

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06-28-2014, 06:17 PM
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Andrighetto
Lehkonen
Reway
Gregoire
Audette
Hudon(too physically weak to handle NHL imo)
Evans



big guys

Scherbak
DLR
Crisp
Bozon
McCarron

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06-28-2014, 06:18 PM
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If I were to go with skill:

1. Sven Andrighetto
2. Arturri Lekhonen
3. Martin Reway
4. Daniel Audette
5. Charles Hudon
6. Draw between Jeremy Gregoire & Jake Evans

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The Habs have obviously looked to add size in the draft the last few years, but they've also drafted quite a few smaller offensive guys as well. Wondering who you guys think ends up the best of the bunch, rank the small guys and big guys seperately (I left out Galchenyuk because he's already on the team, Nystrom because I think it's a long shot that he ever comes back to Hamilton and Collberg because he got dealt)

Small guys (6'0 and under):
Charles Hudon
Jeremy Gregoire (listed at 6'0, so not really all that small)
Martin Reway
Sven Andrighetto
Artturi Lehkonen
Daniel Audette
Jake Evans (also listed on eliteprospects.com as 6'0)

Andrighetto
Lehkonen
Reway
Audette
Hudon (so many injuries)
Evans

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06-28-2014, 06:30 PM
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There are different ways to rank players. I won't go on upside because Audette and Reway are more skilled than Gregoire, but more on who I see having the best chance to crack an NHL line up for more than 100 games.

Andrighetto
Gregoire
Lehkonen
Hudon
Reway
Audette
Evans

Scherback
De La Rose
McCarron
Crisp
Bozon

Also, I'd probably include Gregoire in the big guys list, he's an inch shorter than Bozon, but bigger than Bozon ever was, even before he fell ill. I'd stick Gregoire above Crisp, below McCarron if that was the case.

I like Lehkonen and Hudon a lot, but it'll be tough for both to pan out at their size with concussion issues. Still like the way they play, and hope they can fight for a spot soon.

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06-28-2014, 07:20 PM
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Small guys:

1. Artturi Lehkonen
2. Sven Andrighetto
3. Martin Reway
4. Charles Hudon
5. Jeremy Gregoire
6. Daniel Audette (high potential tho, still needs to prove himself)
7. Jake Evans

Big Guys:

1. De La Rose
2. Scherbak
3. McCarron
4. Crisp
5. Bozon

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06-28-2014, 07:23 PM
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lehkonen is by far the best

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06-28-2014, 07:39 PM
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1. Andrighetto
2. Hudon
3. Lehkonen
4. Reway
5. Audette
6. Evans

1. Scherbak
2. McCarron
3. De La Rose
4. Bozon
5. Gregoire
6. Crisp


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06-28-2014, 07:40 PM
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Small guys:

1. Artturi Lehkonen
2. Sven Andrighetto
3. Martin Reway
4. Charles Hudon
5. Jeremy Gregoire
6. Daniel Audette (high potential tho, still needs to prove himself)
7. Jake Evans

Big Guys:

1. De La Rose
2. Scherbak
3. McCarron
4. Crisp
5. Bozon
Gregoire was drafted at 6'0 190....not small

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06-28-2014, 08:19 PM
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Small Players
Lehkonen
Andrighetto
Gregoire
Audette
___________ ^ NHL potential
Reway
Hudon
Evans

Larger Players
Scherbak
De La Rose
McCarron
_____________ ^ NHL potential
Crisp
Bozon

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06-28-2014, 09:50 PM
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Small Players
Reway
Lehkonen
Andrighetto
Audette
Hudon
Gregoire
Evans

Larger Players
Scherbak
De La Rose
McCarron
Bozon
Crisp

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06-28-2014, 11:14 PM
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De La Rose
Scherbak
Crisp
Mccarron
Bozon

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06-28-2014, 11:20 PM
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The Habs have obviously looked to add size in the draft the last few years, but they've also drafted quite a few smaller offensive guys as well. Wondering who you guys think ends up the best of the bunch, rank the small guys and big guys seperately (I left out Galchenyuk because he's already on the team, Nystrom because I think it's a long shot that he ever comes back to Hamilton and Collberg because he got dealt)

Small guys (6'0 and under):
Charles Hudon
Jeremy Gregoire (listed at 6'0, so not really all that small)
Martin Reway
Sven Andrighetto
Artturi Lehkonen
Daniel Audette
Jake Evans (also listed on eliteprospects.com as 6'0)
small guys

Lehkonen
Andrighetto
Reway
Hudon
Audette

big guys

Scherbak
De La Rose
Mccarron
Bozon
Gregoire (as mentioned is not a small guy)
Crisp
Evans (as mentioned is not a small guy)


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06-28-2014, 11:26 PM
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The Habs have obviously looked to add size in the draft the last few years, but they've also drafted quite a few smaller offensive guys as well. Wondering who you guys think ends up the best of the bunch, rank the small guys and big guys seperately (I left out Galchenyuk because he's already on the team, Nystrom because I think it's a long shot that he ever comes back to Hamilton and Collberg because he got dealt)

Small guys (6'0 and under):
Charles Hudon
Jeremy Gregoire (listed at 6'0, so not really all that small)
Martin Reway
Sven Andrighetto
Artturi Lehkonen
Daniel Audette
Jake Evans (also listed on eliteprospects.com as 6'0)
You really want to call 6 footers little guys? Hehe I'm out.

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06-28-2014, 11:47 PM
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small guys

Lehkonen
Andrighetto
Reway
Hudon
Audette

big guys

Scherbak
De La Rose
Mccarron
Bozon
Gregoire (as mentioned is not a small guy)
Crisp
Evans (as mentioned is not a small guy)
Note that if just one or two of the small guys go onto be top six forwards, that will be a huge success, considering we're talking about picks from the following rounds:

2nd
3rd
4th
5th
5th

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I've always though Hudon was better than Gregiore. Tho, I believe Hudon was less than excited to play for a weak Sagueneens team this year, and it showed in his performance the first half. That's a bit of a red flag.

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I've always though Hudon was better than Gregiore. Tho, I believe Hudon was less than excited to play for a weak Sagueneens team this year, and it showed in his performance the first half. That's a bit of a red flag.
Hudon has been trending down due to plateauing a bit this year. Gregoire is trending up due to a very impressive post-draft year.

Injuries will likely keep Hudon from the NHL.

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The Habs have obviously looked to add size in the draft the last few years, but they've also drafted quite a few smaller offensive guys as well. Wondering who you guys think ends up the best of the bunch, rank the small guys and big guys seperately (I left out Galchenyuk because he's already on the team, Nystrom because I think it's a long shot that he ever comes back to Hamilton and Collberg because he got dealt)

Small guys (6'0 and under):
Charles Hudon
Jeremy Gregoire (listed at 6'0, so not really all that small)
Martin Reway
Sven Andrighetto
Artturi Lehkonen
Daniel Audette
Jake Evans (also listed on eliteprospects.com as 6'0)
Probably...

Hudon - because he has most hockey smarts.
Lehkonen -
Andrighetto - Closest to NHL.
Gregoire - Solid two-way
Reway - could be homerun though

Others i never seen play

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