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Hurricanes Top Prospects #4

View Poll Results: Who's #4?
D Mark Alt 0 0%
G Daniel Altshuller 0 0%
D Brett Bellemore 0 0%
D Danny Biega 5 11.11%
LW Nicolas Blanchard 0 0%
D Trevor Carrick 0 0%
LW Brendan Collier 0 0%
RW Evgenii Dadonov 1 2.22%
LW Philip di Giuseppe 8 17.78%
RW Gregory Hofmann 0 0%
LW AJ Jenks 0 0%
D Michal Jordan 1 2.22%
C/LW Erik Karlsson 1 2.22%
D Tommi Kivisto 0 0%
D Justin Krueger 0 0%
D Austin Levi 1 2.22%
D Keegan Lowe 0 0%
G Matt Mahalak 0 0%
LW Brock McGinn 0 0%
G Mike Murphy 0 0%
C Riley Nash 1 2.22%
G Colin Olson 0 0%
W Oskar Osala 0 0%
G Justin Peters 0 0%
D Rasmus Rissanen 0 0%
RW Jerome Samson 2 4.44%
D Bobby Sanguinetti 0 0%
D Beau Schmitz 0 0%
LW Justin Shugg 0 0%
D Jacob Slavin 0 0%
D Joe Sova 1 2.22%
RW Jared Staal 0 0%
LW Brett Sutter 1 2.22%
C Brodie Sutter 0 0%
LW/C Chris Terry 0 0%
C Jeremy Welsh 22 48.89%
LW Brendan Woods 1 2.22%
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07-15-2012, 06:51 AM
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Hurricanes Top Prospects #4

results:
1) D Ryan Murphy - ∞
2) C Victor Rask - 51%
3) C/RW Zac Dalpe - 42.5%

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07-15-2012, 07:15 AM
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Went with di Giuseppe based on his potential, though Welsh would have been a really good choice too considering his likeliness to make it to the NHL.

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07-15-2012, 08:33 AM
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Sticking to my guns with Biega, but I think Welsh takes this one. Can't go wrong on the 2-6 pack between Dalpe, Biega, Rask, Welsh, and di Giuseppe.

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Brett Sutter.

Last season captain of the Checkers, had some call up time on the 4th line.

He's a typical Sutter, hard working, very high hockey IQ.

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Brett Sutter.

Last season captain of the Checkers, had some call up time on the 4th line.

He's a typical Sutter, hard working, very high hockey IQ.
He's the oldest prospect listed here (edit: other than Krueger/Peters) and his career high in the AHL is 29 points. If you have lasted long enough in the AHL to become the captain of an AHL team, it doesn't speak very well to any NHL potential. Max upside at the NHL level is 4th liner.


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07-15-2012, 01:37 PM
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Erik Karlsson:



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Biega.

He destroyed the combine (which is why I think DaveG is excited for him as well).

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Well, that and he's destroyed the ECAC the last 2 years as well.

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Went with Welsh.

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Hesitantly going with Welsh. I'm not super high on him, but he looked passable in his one game here.

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welsh, hes awfully close to making it and that cant be discounted regardless of his arguable ceiling.

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Philip di Giuseppe. Adding guys like this and Welsh and still being able to get Staal completely makes up for the fact that we traded our pick.

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I went Welsh. I try to take into account how close they are to making it along with ceiling. I'll repeat the standard caveat though..I could throw Dalpe, Welsh, Biega, di Giuseppe, Rask and probably a few others in a hat and be fine how they end up after Murphy.

di Giuseppe is an intriguing one for me. I watched the rookie camp 1 day for a short period and he was easily the most skilled guy on the rink. How that will all translate is the big question mark, so it will be interesting to watch him over the next 1-2 years.

Hopefully in the new CBA they close the loophole that allows a guy to stay in college for 4 years then become a UFA (like Schulz). I'm not saying a guy like Biega will do what Schulz did, but it would be nice not to have to worry about it since the Canes have been going after a lot of NCAA guys in recent years.

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di Giuseppe is an intriguing one for me. I watched the rookie camp 1 day for a short period and he was easily the most skilled guy on the rink.
It sucks that only the 2012 draftees came to camp this year. In the past, you could look at the most skilled guy in the group and be confident that he's a standout in the prospect pool. This year, it just means our 2nd round guy is better than our 3rd-7th rounders.

Does anyone know the reason it was such a small group this year?

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It sucks that only the 2012 draftees came to camp this year. In the past, you could look at the most skilled guy in the group and be confident that he's a standout in the prospect pool. This year, it just means our 2nd round guy is better than our 3rd-7th rounders.

Does anyone know the reason it was such a small group this year?
I agree. very hard to compare. Isn't it always just the new draftees / invitees to this camp? I don't recall 2nd year players being at this in the past, but honestly, I haven't paid that much attention.

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I agree. very hard to compare. Isn't it always just the new draftees / invitees to this camp? I don't recall 2nd year players being at this in the past, but honestly, I haven't paid that much attention.
Maybe I'm misremembering, but I thought there were about twice as many players there in years past. Enough to make a couple of teams for scrimmages.

Edit: well, not THAT many, but looking at previous seasons' rosters there was representation from different draft years.

http://hurricanes.nhl.com/ext/2009CondCampRoster.pdf

http://hurricanes.nhl.com/v2/ext/tra...ioningcamp.pdf

http://hurricanes.nhl.com/v2/ext/tra...11_numbers.pdf

Perhaps a change in philosophy about the camp's purpose?


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The bottom line is that we like to have guys here *once*. It's not really a "development" camp, it's a "conditioning" camp, thus the nickname "Camp Friesen." We like to get our kids used to what it takes to make it in terms of strength, conditioning and nutrition. It's not really a "hockey" camp at all.

And since some guys are in college, some are overseas and some are injured, it's not always possible to get them here immediately after the draft. But once a guy is here once, he's generally not asked to come back, unless he's rehabbing an injury or something similar.

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Welch. I think the next one gets interesting.

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