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SJ Sharks #5 prospect

View Poll Results: Who is San Jose's #5 prospect?
Freddie Hamilton 6 9.68%
Rourke Chartier 1 1.61%
Daniel O'Regan 2 3.23%
Sean Kuraly 5 8.06%
Matt Tennyson 6 9.68%
Julius Bergman 29 46.77%
Noah Rod 2 3.23%
Michael Brodzinski 3 4.84%
Gabryl Boudreau 1 1.61%
Barclay Goodrow 2 3.23%
Eriah Hayes 1 1.61%
Tye McGinn 2 3.23%
J.P. Anderson 0 0%
Troy Grosenick 2 3.23%
Alexis Vanier 0 0%
Travis Oleksuk 0 0%
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07-25-2014, 05:27 PM
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SJ Sharks #5 prospect

1) Mirco Mueller-40.57%
2) Nikolai Goldobin-70.15%
3) Chris Tierney-52.70%
4) Konrad Abelthauser-68.00%

Again, if anyone feels I have missed a prospect, please tell me and I will add him to the next poll.

Added many players so please look carefully before voting.

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Going for Bergman here.

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I say the answer is truly Freddie Hamilton here in terms of NHL readiness but I suspect Ice-Berg takes it down here.


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I'm gonna go with Brodzinski

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Rourke, no doubt.

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Going off the board with Kuraly. Still think this guy can be a big player once he pieces things altogether.

Bergman and Rod have that new car smell but I want to have another year before I have them in the top 5 (neither is a talent that you can't deny). I'm particularly interested in Rod...I see a Jamie McGinn-type (ie fan favorite) the underdog you want to see succeed.

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Went with Bergman but I could also see Hamilton or McGinn going here.

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Is Ty McGinn even a prospect?

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Is Ty McGinn even a prospect?
I'm not sure. I think so. He hasn't really played a huge roll in the nhl yet.

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Gonna go with the highest drafted player still on the board

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Is Ty McGinn even a prospect?
HF lists him as one. http://www.hockeysfuture.com/teams/san_jose_sharks/ He's 23 years old and has only played 36 NHL games, I would consider him one.

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Going off the board with Kuraly. Still think this guy can be a big player once he pieces things altogether.

Bergman and Rod have that new car smell but I want to have another year before I have them in the top 5 (neither is a talent that you can't deny). I'm particularly interested in Rod...I see a Jamie McGinn-type (ie fan favorite) the underdog you want to see succeed.
I like Kuraly. He has the physical tools to be an effective bottom 6er. He had a good year last year, I expect him to build on that. I think his ceiling is a Jason Chimera type player.

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HF lists him as one. http://www.hockeysfuture.com/teams/san_jose_sharks/ He's 23 years old and has only played 36 NHL games, I would consider him one.
He's 24 in 3 days--and he -might- technically be aged out. I forget the actual cutoff date, and I can't find it listed (whatever the case, I'll relay it back to you guys). There's a few players listed there that won't be on there in September for sure. Grosenick, Hayes, Oleksuk, Schwartz, Tennyson will all age out in terms of HF criteria.

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He's 24 in 3 days--and he -might- technically be aged out. I forget the actual cutoff date, and I can't find it listed (whatever the case, I'll relay it back to you guys). There's a few players listed there that won't be on there in September for sure. Grosenick, Hayes, Oleksuk, Schwartz, Tennyson will all age out in terms of HF criteria.
McGinn is a prospect for this season (14-15 is his "age 24" season):

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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.
Grosenick, Hayes, Oleksuk, Schwartz, and Tennyson are probably all still prospects this season too (3 year NCAA rule):

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I didn't look up the ages those five signed their ELC, but I'm thinking it was at age 22 for most (if not all) of them.

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McGinn is a prospect for this season (14-15 is his "age 24" season):



Grosenick, Hayes, Oleksuk, Schwartz, and Tennyson are probably all still prospects this season too (3 year NCAA rule):



I didn't look up the ages those five signed their ELC, but I'm thinking it was at age 22 for most (if not all) of them.
Our season cutoff is August 15th--it coincides with the deadline for NCAA signings. So technically this was his 24th birthday season. Late summer Birthday's are tricky--same thing happened with Petrecki last year.

As per the other 5--I don't know if that criteria is still in effect next season I am very confused to be honest. There was a big discussion about Simon Moser and the Preds that snowballed. I did bring up those 5-- and nothing was said. I always try and keep you guys posted, and I'll do the same with this situation.

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It makes no sense that HF doesn't use the NHL calendar with 7/1 as the start of the hockey year, and using the deadline for NCAA signings just adds to the silliness of not using the NHL calendar.

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I find it interesting looking at the other prospects instead of the leader. Almost every player has at least 1 vote. Just shows the difference of traits that people value the most.

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Barclay Goodrow. One of the best Undrafted FA's DW has ever picked up.

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Barclay Goodrow. One of the best Undrafted FA's DW has ever picked up.
I can't tell if that's a bold statement because he hasn't proven a gorram thing or if it's because we've never signed a noteworthy undrafted UFA.

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Barclay Goodrow. One of the best Undrafted FA's DW has ever picked up.
Not to knock the guy but if he is a top 5 prospect in your system...it's full of ****.

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