Orlov has essentially played 150 games for him. Maybe he could consider Josi his top prospect, but he's a 3.5, not like he should be some untouchable piece. (Trade me Josi btw)
I think it's fair to say anytime you have a young player with over 100GP they shouldn't be considered a prospect.
I was thinking that anyone in the 70s with potential might still qualify, but if we want to use GP, that's fine too.
The only issue with GP is that I thought we weren't allowed to change these listed players except every other year or something? If that's the case, we're constantly going to have to use our once-every-two-year change on the graduating prospect, no?
Yeah, I mean, I don't know then. I don't plan to trade Richards, Richards, or Nash either, but I felt like it made sense to balance the franchise assets across positions. Some teams don't have a franchise goalie, but it seems logical to have at least one forward and one defenseman as core pieces, no?
I don't think there's much consequence in who you pick. I just don't know if Gardiner counts as a prospect at this point. (I picked Kreider, who has played in quite a few games, but he's still only 76 overall).