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03-28-2012, 06:15 PM
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Loads of depth in New York Islanders top-20

Many Islanders prospects showed great improvement during the 2011-12 season.

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Poulin's description made my heart drop.

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looking at all the NHL bodies we will have in the next few years with limited roster space, it definitely makes sense to package some of these kids/nhl players/picks to get some better quality.. but then again it makes sense so it probably won't happen. i will just hope to be pleasantly surprised.

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Poulin's description made my heart drop.
Patrick Roy raved about Poulin,thinks he's a stud.

I don't understand this writer describing Petrov as high risk,high reward.The yr the isles drafted Poulin,they had extra picks.They used a 3rd rounder to draft Poulin.That's a low risk,high reward move.

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What about Brenden Kichton.

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Patrick Roy raved about Poulin,thinks he's a stud.

I don't understand this writer describing Petrov as high risk,high reward.The yr the isles drafted Poulin,they had extra picks.They used a 3rd rounder to draft Poulin.That's a low risk,high reward move.
Maybe he meant high reward?

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What about Brenden Kichton.
He doesn't even have a HF Number Rank. I would give him a 7.5C personally.

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When will people realize the hockeys future has the best boards, but the least knowledgable writers?

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when will people realize the hockeys future has the best boards, but the least knowledgable writers?

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A good write up but I don't really think Wishart belongs on that list, as the Isles seem to have given up on him and a career in the AHL seems to be his lot. Kichton or Katic should have been on in his place.

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Petrov listed as "lanky".

According to the AK Bars team roster he is listed 103 kg at equivalent of 227 lbs.
That's not lanky.

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When will people realize the hockeys future has the best boards, but the least knowledgable writers?
Yep.

I really can't recall a good article on the Islanders prospect pool from HF. It would be nice if we could get a couple of posters from here who actually watch the players to write the article.

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Heyyyy, I resemble that comment!!!

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Did anyone write down or have the last rankings to see how they have changed?

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