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Winnipeg Jets Top 20 Prospect Rankings - #13

View Poll Results: Who is the #13 prospect of the Winnipeg Jets?
Austen Brassard (Belleville Bulls) 0 0%
Chris Carrozzi (St. John's IceCaps) 0 0%
Jason Gregoire (St. John's IceCaps) 1 2.22%
Aaron Harstad (Colorado College Tigers) 0 0%
Connor Hellebuyck (Odessa Jackalopes) 0 0%
Jason Kasdorf (Des Moines Buccaneers) 0 0%
Scott Kosmachuk (Guelph Storm) 21 46.67%
Ben Maxwell (St. John's IceCaps) 4 8.89%
Julian Melchiori (St. John's IceCaps) 1 2.22%
Eric O'Dell (St. John's IceCaps) 0 0%
Will O'Neill (St. John's IceCaps) 0 0%
Ryan Olsen (Saskatoon Blades) 0 0%
Brennan Serville (Michigan Wolverines) 1 2.22%
Cody Sol (Kitchener Rangers) 1 2.22%
Peter Stoykewych (Colorado College Tigers) 0 0%
Zachary Yuen (Tri-City Americans) 16 35.56%
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07-08-2012, 11:40 AM
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Winnipeg Jets Top 20 Prospect Rankings - #13

1. Mark Scheifele (C, Barrie Colts, OHL)



70.65% consensus, Trouba 13.04%, Telegin 10.87%



2. Jacob Trouba (D, USNTDP, USHL)



78.57% consensus, Telegin 14.29%, Postma and Machacek (tied) 2.86%



3. Ivan Telegin (LW, Barrie Colts, OHL)



74.19% consensus, Cormier and Postma (tied) 6.45%



4. Paul Postma (D, St. John's IceCaps, AHL)



28.38% consensus, Machacek 21.62%, Sutter 14.86%



5. Spencer Machacek (RW, St. John's IceCaps, AHL)



37.10% consensus, Cormier 16.13%, Sutter 12.90%



6. Patrice Cormier (C, St. John's IceCaps, AHL)



32.0% consensus, Klingberg 24.0%, Sutter 20.0%



7. Carl Klingberg (LW, St. John's IceCaps, AHL)



40.0% consensus, Sutter 25.0%, Pasquale 11.67%



8. Eddie Pasquale (G, St. John's IceCaps, AHL)



35.19% consensus, Sutter 31.48%, Kulda 18.52%



9. Lukas Sutter (C, Saskatoon Blades, WHL)



40.35% consensus, Kulda 26.32%, Lowry 14.04%



10. Arturs Kulda (D, St. John's IceCaps, AHL)



38.6% consensus, Lowry 17.54%, Kosmachuk 15.79%



11. Adam Lowry (LW, Swift Current Broncos, WHL)



32.14% consensus, Redmond 26.79%, Kosmachuk 25.0%



12. Zach Redmond (D, St. John's IceCaps, AHL)



41.86% consensus, Kosmachuk 27.91%, Yuen 18.6%



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I'm going to vote Maxwell simply because he should be higher up in this list. He may not have the potential to be a top 6 anymore, but he might replace Stapleton in his role last season. He is the most NHL ready out of everyone, though I wouldn't argue if you said Machacek either.

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Z Yuen great #s in The whl ... high plus/ minus will need some seasoning on the Rock b4 making the jump to Winnipeg........ I see him as 4/5/6/ defefenceman in the NHL in 2015/16 season.

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Was a toss up between Scott Kosmachuk and Zach Yuen. But went with Kosmachuk. Already have regrets. It was too close for me.

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Voted for Yuen-sanity.

Stats last year are filthy. Tri-City's top d-man (Topping was good but Yuen was their anchor) and +45. Also, last year's draft bio mentioned he is accomplished student of classical piano, grade 12 average in the high 90's and is exceptionally dedicated to conditioning and healthy lifestyle. He may be our most intelligent prospect which can go a long way in figuring out what to improve and how to improve it in order to make the NHL. Still think this was our best pick of the 2011 draft, not better than Scheif but just better value for where we got Yuen in the draft.

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I have a hard time even referring to Maxwell as a "prospect". I think that he has already made a case to be a bottom six NHL forward.

Otherwise, I voted for Yuen again. They are so close..

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Went with Yuen again. Him and Kosmachuk are both solid prospects, but I like Yuen as a safer pick right now.

For the add we are getting VERY low on prospects (somehow I see even Kasdorf up there already, and he is never going to sniff an NHL contract, IMO, nevermind getting anywhere close to an NHL game). I guess...Jamie Phillips.

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Quote:
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For the add we are getting VERY low on prospects (somehow I see even Kasdorf up there already, and he is never going to sniff an NHL contract, IMO, nevermind getting anywhere close to an NHL game). I guess...Jamie Phillips.
I'm probably just going to add all of them to the next poll.

A bit interested to see how the guys outside the top 20 stack up, so I'll just tally their votes and rank them on that basis. Not that I expect someone like Yasin Cisse to garner votes, but you never know.

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Kosmachuk again.

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Sometimes top end potential doesn't mean it's a high risk bang or bust... I really think that Kosmachuk is safe for potential 3rd liner but has a risky top line potential.
My guess is we got a future topline grit player in him. Can bang up in the dirty areas but support the top lines.
1 less goal than Yakupov this year too

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Tough choice between Yuen and Kosmachuk.

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