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01-02-2011, 03:04 PM
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Here is my Early 2013 draft top 60...

This draft will change by a lot come draft time but as of now this is what I see:

1. Nathan MacKinnon—F—SSM U16 5’11/162 16 18 17 35
2. Seth Jones—Defense—USA NTDP 17 6’03/183 17 03 06 09
3. Alex Forsberg—Forward—WHL 5’09/170 11 08 06 14
4. Valery Nichushkin—F—Traktor 94 6’03/185 16 16 12 28
5. Steve Santini—D—Apple Core EJHL 6’03/205 22 01 09 10
6. Viktor Crus-Rydberg-F-Tingsryd J20 6’00/183 14 04 05 09
7. Anthony Duclair—F—Lac St Louis 5’10/149 24 16 24 40
8. Sergei Iljin—Forward—Dynamo 94 5’09/160 17 13 07 20
9. Taylor Cammarata—F—SSM U16 5’09/155 25 32 38 70
10. Hudson Fasching—F—Apple Valley 6’03/190 09 07 14 21
11. Connor Rankin—Forward—Tri City 6’00/185 29 07 08 15
12. Rasmus Ristolainen—D—TPS U20 6’02/192 13 00 03 03
13. Curtis Lazar—F—Okanagan Prep 5’11/178 24 13 19 32
14. Hunter Shinkaruk—Forward—Med Hat 5’10/165 28 09 12 21
15. Ville Husso—Goalie—HIFK Jr. B 6’00/160 05 01 3.13 .905
16. Will Butcher—Defense—Madison Caps 5’11/185 19 05 09 14
17. Darnell Nurse—Defense—Don Mills 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
18. Matt Needham—Okanagan Prep 5’09/179 26 11 16 27
19. Jordan Malletta—F—St Catherines 6’02/196 00 00 00 00
20. Eric Comrie—Goalie—La Selects 6’00/170 00 00 0.00 .000
21. Josh Morrisey—D—Calgary Royals 5’11/170 18 11 13 24
22. Max Domi—Forward—Don Mills 5’08/160 00 00 00 00
23. Dominik Kubalik—F—HC Plzen U18 5’11/159 28 24 16 40
24. Jusso Ikonen—Forward—Espoo Blues 5’07/170 00 00 00 00
25. Jared Hauf—Defense—Calgary Flames 6’04/170 00 00 00 00
26. Nicholas Ritchie—F—Toronto Malbros 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
27. Philippe Desrosiers—Goalie—C Ant 5’11/162 09 04 2.67 .902
28. Tobias Liljendahl—F—Vasby Div 1 6’02/194 21 05 06 11
29. Ian Jenkins—Goalie—Belle Tire 6’02/170 00 00 0.00 .000
30. Nick Baptiste—F—Ottawa Sens Minor 0’00/000 20 21 26 47

31. Andreas Johnson—F—Frolunda U20 5’09/159 21 07 05 12
32. Nick Sørensen—F—Rogle U20 6’00/165 20 11 08 19
33. Eric Roy—Defense –Brandon Wheat 6’03/175 13 00 03 03
34. Sergie Tolchinsky—F—CSKA 94 5’07/145 16 09 07 16
35. Johnathon Merkley—F—Calg Buffalos 5’11/162 20 09 21 30
36. Adam Erne—F—Indiana USHL 5’11/198 15 04 03 07
37. Zach Taylor—Defense—Notre Dame 5’11/180 25 11 22 33
38. Maxime Gravel—D—Esther Blondin 6’00/170 32 10 09 19
39. Martin Reway—F—MHC Martin U20 5’09/165 07 04 04 08
40. Lukas Wallmark—F—Skelleftea J18 5’11/161 20 14 25 39
41. Alexandre Belanger—Goalie—Magog 5’11/170 00 00 0.00 .000
42. Frederik Tiffels—F—Mannheim U18 5’09/159 30 09 19 28
43. Raphael Lafontaine—F—Gatineau 5’09/166 42 19 26 45
44. Anton Cederholm—D—Rogel U18 6’01/201 16 02 02 04
45. Morgan Klimchuk—F—Calgary Buff 5'11/170 22 21 15 36
46. Adam Bateman--Defense--Mississauga 5’09/125 00 00 00 00
47. Jesse Lees—Defense—Calgary 0’00/000 30 18 20 38
48. Patrick Zdrahal—F—HC Vitkovice U18 5’10/163 29 14 12 26
49. Eric Vierkant—Goalie—USA 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
50. Michal Beranek—D—HC Liberec U18 5’10/179 23 03 05 08
51. Tomas Torok—F—Slavia Praha U18 0’00/000 24 10 11 21
52. Kevin Ekman-Larsson—D—Leks U18 5’10/150 16 02 11 13
53. Eetu Koivistoinen—F—Blues U18 6’02/198 08 03 07 10
54. Sean Monahan—Forward—Ottawa 6’02/180 35 06 09 15
55. Grigory Dikushin—F—CSKA 5’09/149 10 08 11 19
56. Ryan Hartman—F—USA U17 5’10/182
57. Justin Vanier-Guenette—D—Vikings 0’00/000 41 01 03 04
58. Joshua Smith—D—Prince George 5’11/185 23 00 02 02
59. Nikolai Goldobin—F—CSKA 5’08/135 09 02 03 05
60. Jeremy Gregoire—Forward—Magog 5’11/184 29 22 18 40

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31. Andreas Johnson—F—Frolunda U20 5’09/159 21 07 05 12
Nice to see him getting some recognition, he's really entertaining to watch, and got some good pedigree.

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Wayyy too earlyyy

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In Finland we have few very hot player in this draft and the best one IMO is Sasha Barkov Jr. hows father have born in Russian and played long time in FNL Tappara Finland, but Sasha Jr. is Finnish born. Barkov have made this year almos point per game in Jr. A Sm-liiga and he is big skilled guy.

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Crus-Rydberg will be something special. His skating is just amazing.

Plus, him being 16GP-17G-22A-39TP in TV-Pucken, outscoring i.e. MPS with less games played.

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Wayyy too earlyyy
Then don't post in this thread if you think so.
In 2006 they were talking about 2009's John Tavares, Victor Hedman, etc.

It's always fun to see up and comers... And I LOVE looking at OLD lists vs new lists to see how players have changed/risen/fallen.

I'm very excited, especially to see Alex Forsberg in the WHL.

I've never heard of this Barkov guy, but looks interesting hmm.

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Thanks for posting Scoutman ! ...love these early looks.

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Crus-Rydberg will be something special. His skating is just amazing.

Plus, him being 16GP-17G-22A-39TP in TV-Pucken, outscoring i.e. MPS with less games played.

Uhm, his top speed is actually average. But he's got good balance and can easily change direction. His biggest asset is his vision, it's Nick Backstrom all over. He sees the game one step ahead of everybody and his passes are amazing.

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Uhm, his top speed is actually average. But he's got good balance and can easily change direction. His biggest asset is his vision, it's Nick Backstrom all over. He sees the game one step ahead of everybody and his passes are amazing.
Uh yeah, I wasn't exactly refering to his top speed although I still expect him to improve it.

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Good work! But I expected Wallmark no lower than 20? He's currently the only 1995 born player on the U17 (1994-born) national team. And I definitely expected Sorensen in the first round...
Nice to see Andreas Johnson get some recognition. I could also see William Silwerfeldt, André Burakovsky, Elias Lindholm, Jacob De La Rose and Daniel Norbe on this list. But this is very early and they might of course end up not being drafted at all.

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Here´s another good player:

Adam Zboril - F - HC Kometa Brno U18/U20


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In my opinion how Finland top10 list look in this time:

1. Alexander Barkov
2. Rasmus Ristolainen
3. Ville Husso
4. Jonatan Tanus
5. Artturi Lehkonen
6. Juuso Ikonen
7. Eetu Koivistoinen
8. Jimi Kuronen
9. Saku Salminen
10. Aleksi Ainali

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Good work! But I expected Wallmark no lower than 20? He's currently the only 1995 born player on the U17 (1994-born) national team. And I definitely expected Sorensen in the first round...
Nice to see Andreas Johnson get some recognition. I could also see William Silwerfeldt, André Burakovsky, Elias Lindholm, Jacob De La Rose and Daniel Norbe on this list. But this is very early and they might of course end up not being drafted at all.
If he´s got just an once of his fathers talant and the thing his father lacked (work ethics) he is gonna be a superstar. Really nice stats so far for a 15 year old kid.

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In my opinion how Finland top10 list look in this time:

1. Alexander Barkov
2. Rasmus Ristolainen
3. Ville Husso
4. Jonatan Tanus
5. Artturi Lehkonen
6. Juuso Ikonen
7. Eetu Koivistoinen
8. Jimi Kuronen
9. Saku Salminen
10. Aleksi Ainali
Yeah barkov is definetly forgotten but i would put Ikonen ahead of tanus and lehkonen. 2013 draft year seems to be strongest draft year for finland for many years.

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Just wanted to know, is Kevin Ekman-Larsson related in some way to Oliver ? Also, where do you think Jordan Subban (PK's brother) might get picked ? PK says he's better than he was at the same age, so I would have think late 1st / early 2nd.

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Yeah barkov is definetly forgotten but i would put Ikonen ahead of tanus and lehkonen. 2013 draft year seems to be strongest draft year for finland for many years.
Yes, you might be right that Ikonen should be higher and i think that too, but one thing is that he has to grow atleas 5-10cm before the draft, if he leave in that height, he is not very interesting player to scouts. I hope he will grow. Also Ville Husso might come down if he's not playing better, but he has lot of potential.

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Just wanted to know, is Kevin Ekman-Larsson related in some way to Oliver ? Also, where do you think Jordan Subban (PK's brother) might get picked ? PK says he's better than he was at the same age, so I would have think late 1st / early 2nd.
Yepp, they are brothers.

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Just wanted to know, is Kevin Ekman-Larsson related in some way to Oliver ? Also, where do you think Jordan Subban (PK's brother) might get picked ? PK says he's better than he was at the same age, so I would have think late 1st / early 2nd.
Yes Kevin (KEL?) is OEL's younger brother. He is VERY hard to evaluate atmo. He is playing a very immature game so far, where he refuses to make the simple play, no matter the situation. But he's got the same nice hands and skating as his brother, so chances are he is going to become the same caliber prospect as OEL. He really needs to learn to play more responsible though.

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I have heard someone say this is a pretty strong draft class for us finns.

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Some other swedes for this draft that seems interesting:
Anton Lindholm (d) I trust Skellefteå to develop d-men
http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=39019
Tommy Stenqvist (d) Seen him couple of times, looks good
http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=34090
Robert Hägg (d) Haven´t seen him, but allready plays against men and produces in SEL-3 (div.1)
http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=27397

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how about that 2011-born draft class? i've got a sperm with a great skating stride and a 100mph slapshot...just looking for an egg with some hockey sense...know anybody?

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how about that 2011-born draft class? i've got a sperm with a great skating stride and a 100mph slapshot...just looking for an egg with some hockey sense...know anybody?
You realize that some of these players are already okaying in the SEL or SuperElit, Jr A Sm-liiga etc., right?

scoutman1, last known info on Tomáš Torok´s height/weight is 185cm/78kg, which would make him around 6.07 feet and 172lbs.

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Brandon d-man Ryan Pulock probably should be on that list somewhere. A lot of people like him better than his team-mate Roy (#33).

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how about that 2011-born draft class? i've got a sperm with a great skating stride and a 100mph slapshot...just looking for an egg with some hockey sense...know anybody?
yawn...another poster who has no clue what a prospect board is...how do people keep getting lost on these boards, I blame the school system lol...the current NHL boards are a little more down.

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FYI Nicholas Ritchie is a 2014 Draft, he is a late birth year

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