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Winnipeg Jets Top 20 Prospect Rankings - #15

View Poll Results: Who is the #15 prospect of the Winnipeg Jets?
Austen Brassard (Belleville Bulls) 4 9.30%
Chris Carrozzi (St. John's IceCaps) 0 0%
Ben Chiarot (St. John's IceCaps) 1 2.33%
Yasin Cisse (Boston University Terriers) 2 4.65%
Jason Gregoire (St. John's IceCaps) 9 20.93%
Aaron Harstad (Colorado College Tigers) 0 0%
Connor Hellebuyck (Odessa Jackalopes) 0 0%
Jason Kasdorf (Des Moines Buccaneers) 0 0%
Tanner Lane (Omaha Lancers) 0 0%
Maxime Macenauer (St. John's IceCaps) 0 0%
Ben Maxwell (St. John's IceCaps) 6 13.95%
Julian Melchiori (Oshawa Generals) 5 11.63%
Eric O'Dell (St. John's IceCaps) 3 6.98%
Will O'Neill (St. John's IceCaps) 2 4.65%
Ryan Olsen (Saskatoon Blades) 1 2.33%
Jamie Phillips (Toronto Jr. Canadiens) 0 0%
Jordan Samuels-Thomas (Quinnipiac Bobcats) 0 0%
Vinny Saponari (Northeastern Huskies) 1 2.33%
Brennan Serville (Michigan Wolverines) 4 9.30%
Cody Sol (Kitchener Rangers) 5 11.63%
Peter Stoykewych (Colorado College Tigers) 0 0%
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07-09-2012, 06:26 PM
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Winnipeg Jets Top 20 Prospect Rankings - #15

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%



13. Scott Kosmachuk (RW, Guelph Storm, OHL)



46.67% consensus, Yuen 35.56%, Maxwell 8.89%



14. Zachary Yuen (D, Tri-City Americans, WHL)



72.09% consensus, Gregoire 6.98%, Three tied at 4.65%



Declaring Yuen the winner in the last poll.


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C'mon Hank where's the poll?

I'm voting Maxwell. Serville, O'Neill, Melchiori get consideration here, but Maxwell has proven he can hold is own as a depth forward already, and although I don't think he'll be more than a 13th forward type, that is enough for this spot in the poll, IMO.

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Voted Melchiori. I like his upside and can't wait to see how he does under our coaching staff (AHL most likely). Brassard and O'Neill get consideration.

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Voted Maxwell.

He might not have the most upside at this point, but he played a handful of NHL games last season and did not look out of place.

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Voted Eric O'Dell. He was a healthy scratch for alot of last season, only played 39 regular season games. Yet got 22 points. I'm predicating he'll get a whole lot more action this coming season and will be in the top 4 scorers for St.John's. Look for good advancement of his game.

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Gregoire.

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Tough, big drop after Yuen. There are guys up there I don't even know who are.

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It is Serville, Gregoire a close second. After that there's a drop off for me.

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How the hell is Gregoire ahead of even an Eric O'Dell, nevermind the other solid prospects in O'Neill, Serville and guys that have been decent depth NHLers like Maxwell, Maceneauer? Can somebody please explain that?

O'Dell is the same size, younger, better offensively, better skater, as good defensively, IMO. O'Dell put up 12g, 22pts with a +6 in 39gp this year, Gregoire 6g, 14pts with a +4 in 44gp. O'Dell is basically just a better younger version of Gregoire, IMO. Guys like Maxwell/Maceneauer have been much better AHLers, already proved they can play a bit at NHL level. Gregoire is not exactly that young at 23. Just cannot fathom where the hype with this guy is.

Sorry but that one makes no sense to me

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How the hell is Gregoire ahead of even an Eric O'Dell, nevermind the other solid prospects in O'Neill, Serville and guys that have been decent depth NHLers like Maxwell, Maceneauer? Can somebody please explain that?

O'Dell is the same size, younger, better offensively, better skater, as good defensively, IMO. O'Dell put up 12g, 22pts with a +6 in 39gp this year, Gregoire 6g, 14pts with a +4 in 44gp. O'Dell is basically just a better younger version of Gregoire, IMO. Guys like Maxwell/Maceneauer have been much better AHLers, already proved they can play a bit at NHL level.

Sorry but that one makes no sense to me
Plus he plays a more important position (Centre > LW).

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I just don't see a guy like Maxwell as a prospect anymore. He pretty much is a tweeter, not quite good enough to hold down a regular spot.

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O dell will impress this year ..... mark my words......... one more full year on the Rock and he will be pressing for NHL employment....... he had some setbacks but he is ready to breakout

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How the hell is Gregoire ahead of even an Eric O'Dell, nevermind the other solid prospects in O'Neill, Serville and guys that have been decent depth NHLers like Maxwell, Maceneauer? Can somebody please explain that?

O'Dell is the same size, younger, better offensively, better skater, as good defensively, IMO. O'Dell put up 12g, 22pts with a +6 in 39gp this year, Gregoire 6g, 14pts with a +4 in 44gp. O'Dell is basically just a better younger version of Gregoire, IMO. Guys like Maxwell/Maceneauer have been much better AHLers, already proved they can play a bit at NHL level. Gregoire is not exactly that young at 23. Just cannot fathom where the hype with this guy is.

Sorry but that one makes no sense to me
Gregoire has a better resume. He had a stellar college career, was above 1 PPG in his junior year with the Sioux and was a clear leader on one of the best teams in the entire NCAA in 2010-11.

That's more impressive than a ppg junior player on a bad OHL team.

O'Dell had a better season last year, no doubt, but I'm not prepared to throw away the potential I've seen in Gregoire based on one injury plagued, rookie pro season.

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O'neill 4 me. Great 2way D. I can't wait to see what he can do in his first full pro season.
Then: O'dell, Melchiori, Serville, Sol, Brassard, Chiarot...
Anddd I think next Ice Caps first line young line: Gregoire-O'dell-Klingberg. Niceeeee niceeee

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Gregoire has a better resume. He had a stellar college career, was above 1 PPG in his junior year with the Sioux and was a clear leader on one of the best teams in the entire NCAA in 2010-11.

That's more impressive than a ppg junior player on a bad OHL team.

O'Dell had a better season last year, no doubt, but I'm not prepared to throw away the potential I've seen in Gregoire based on one injury plagued, rookie pro season.
But, O'Dell's junior career was injury plagued as well. He had a hole in his freakin' heart!

One of them (O'Dell) has been clearly better than the other (Gregoire) recently and is younger.

I personally can't wait to see what Eric can do with more ice time he should be able to get in St. Johns this year. He really started to pickup his game when the team was hit by injuries, but sadly wasn't on the clear day roster for the playoffs. I'm sure that's gonna change this time around.


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