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2013 Islanders Prospect Poll #25 *FINAL POLL*

View Poll Results: Who is the Islanders #25 Prospect?
Jake Bischoff (D) - 185th Overall 2012 Draft 1 1.39%
Kyle Burroughs (D) - 196th Overall 2013 Draft 12 16.67%
Marc Cantin (D) - Undrafted Free Agent 0 0%
Jason Clark (F) - 82nd Overall 2010 Draft 0 0%
Joe Diamond (F) - Undrafted Free Agent 8 11.11%
Jesse Graham (D) - 155th Overall, 2012 Draft 5 6.94%
Mike Halmo (F) - Undrafted Free Agent 2 2.78%
Mark Katic (D) - 62nd Overall, 2007 Draft 1 1.39%
Loic Leduc (D) - 103rd Overall, 2012 Draft 7 9.72%
Aaron Ness (D) - 40th Overall, 2008 Draft 21 29.17%
Doyle Somerby (D) - 125th Overall, 2012 Draft 14 19.44%
Stephon Williams (G) - 106th Overall 2013 Draft 1 1.39%
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08-31-2013, 10:26 PM
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2013 Islanders Prospect Poll #25 *FINAL POLL*

Prospect Criteria for the purposes of this poll mimics the ‘Hockey’s Future’ Prospect Criteria: If a prospect is a skater (forward, defenseman) and has played in 65 NHL games or more before the completion of the season of his 24th birthday; or, if a goaltender has played in 45 NHL games before the completion of the season of his 24th birthday, that player will be considered graduated to the NHL. Conversely, if a player completes the season of his 24th birthday without passing those milestones, then that player will no longer be considered a prospect by Hockey’s Future, regardless of the player’s status with his NHL club.

My goal is to have these polls run for 48 hours each and to extend through the top 25 prospects as per hfboards.




Islanders Prospect List

1. Ryan Strome (F) - Played for the Niagara Ice Dogs (OHL) Selected 5th Overall, 2011 NHL Entry Draft [UNCH]
2. Brock Nelson (F) - Played for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) Selected 30th Overall 2010 NHL Entry Draft[+1]
3. Griffin Reinhart (D) - Played for the Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL) Selected 4th Overall 2012 NHL Entry Draft [-1]
4. Ryan Pulock (D) - Played for the Brandon Wheat Kings (WHL) Selected 15th Overall 2013 NHL Entry Draft [NR]
5. Matt Donovan (D) - Played for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) Selected 96th Overall 2008 NHL Entry Draft [UNCH]
6. Calvin de Haan (D) - Played for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) Selected 12th Overall 2009 NHL Entry Draft [-2]
7. Scott Mayfield (D) - Played for Denver University (NCAA) Selected 34th Overall 2011 NHL Entry Draft [+2]
8. Anders Lee (F) - Played for the University of Notre Dame (NCAA) Selected 152nd Overall 2009 NHL Entry Draft [+5]
9. Anders Nilsson (G) - Played for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) Selected 62nd Overall 2009 NHL Entry Draft [-1]
10. Ville Pokka (D) - Played for Karpat (SM-Liga) Selected 34th Overall in 2012 NHL Entry Draft [+5]
11. Johan Sundstrom (F) - Played for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) Selected 50th Overall, 2011 NHL Entry Draft [+1]
12. Adam Pelech (D) - Played for the Erie Otters (OHL) Selected 65th Overall, 2012 NHL Entry Draft [+6]
13. Thomas Hickey (D) - Played for the Manchester Monarchs (AHL) Selected 4th Overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft [NR]
14. Andrey Pedan (D) - Played for the Guelph Strom (OHL) Selected 63rd Overall in 2011 NHL Entry Draft [UNCH]
15. Kevin Poulin (G) - Played for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) Selected 126th Overall in 2008 NHL Entry Draft [-9]
16. Kirill Kabanov (F) - Played for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) Selected 65th Overall in 2010 NHL Entry Draft [-9]
17. David Ullstrom (F) - Played for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) Selected 102nd Overall in 2008 NHL Entry Draft [-6]
18. Kirill Petrov (F) - Played for Ak Bars Kazan (KHL) Selected #73 Overall in 2008 NHL Entry Draft [-2]
19. John Persson (F) - Played for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) Selected 125th Overall in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft [NR]
20. Victor Crus-Rydberg (F) - Played for Linkoping (SHL) Selected 136th Overall 2013 NHL Entry Draft [NR]
21. Taylor Cammarata (F) - Played for Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL) Selected 76th Overall 2013 NHL Entry Draft [NR]
22. Eamon McAdam (G) - Played for the Waterloo Black Hawks (USHL) Selected 70th Overall 2013 NHL Entry Draft [NR]
23. Robbie Russo (D) - Played for the University of Notre Dame (NCAA) Selected 95th Overall in 2011 NHL Entry Draft
24. Alan Quine (F) - Played for Belleville Bulls (OHL) Selected 166th Overall 2013 NHL ENtry Draft
25. Aaron Ness (D) - Played for the Bridgeport Sound Tigers (AHL) Selected 40th Overall 2008 NHL Entry Draft


Others Receiving votes:

26. Doyle Somerby (D)
27. Kyle Burroughs (D)
28. Joe Diamond (F)
29. Loic Leduc (D)
30. Jesse Graham (D)

2012-2013 Graduates: Casey Cizikas (F), Brian Strait (D), Mikko Koskinen (G)
2011-2012 Graduates: Nino Niederreiter (F)
2010-2011 Graduates: Travis Hamonic (D), Matt Martin (F), Jesse Joensuu (F)
2009-2010 Graduates: John Tavares (F), Jack Hillen (D), Andrew MacDonald (D)
2008-2009 Graduates: Kyle Okposo (F), Josh Bailey (F), Frans Nielsen (F)
2007-2008 Graduates: Sean Bergenheim (F), Jeff Tambellini (F), Blake Comeau (F)
2006-2007 Graduates: Bruno Gervais (D)
2005-2006 Graduates: Chris Campoli (D), Robert Nilsson (F)







Previous Prospect Polls

2005 Prospect Rankings - Prospects are ranked 1-19 (run by former moderator NYIsles1)
2006 Prospect Rankings - Prospects are ranked 1-20 (run by sketchykg)
2007 Prospect Rankings - Prospects are ranked 1-25 (run by Isles4ever11)
2008 Prospect Rankings - Prospects are ranked 1-25 (run by Isles4ever11)
2009 Prospect Rankings - Prospects are ranked 1-25 (run by Isles4ever11)
2010 Prospect Rankings - Prospects are ranked 1-25 (run by Isles4ever11)
2011 Prospect Rankings – Prospects are ranked 1-25 (run by Isles4ever11)
2012 Prospect Rankings – Prospects are ranked 1-15


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All remaining eligible prospects have been added to the 25th and FINAL poll.

I just want to thank everyone that participated in these polls. It was a lot of fun.

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Going to be interesting to see how the list looks after mid season and the world juniors, to see who moves up and down.

Thanks once again to ITM.


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I really liked what I saw from Kyle Burroughs. The highlites on YouTube were very impressive, and then when I saw him play in the rookie scrimmage, he was definately noticeable. Good skater, jumps up into the play, and despite being only 5'11" 182, he plays tough. Reminds me of a poor man's Nik Kronwall or even a Kris Letang, because he loves the big hit, and loves to jump into the play and score.

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I really liked what I saw from Kyle Burroughs. The highlites on YouTube were very impressive, and then when I saw him play in the rookie scrimmage, he was definately noticeable. Good skater, jumps up into the play, and despite being only 5'11" 182, he plays tough. Reminds me of a poor man's Nik Kronwall or even a Kris Letang, because he loves the big hit, and loves to jump into the play and score.
i agree. i think he was a late riser. he got forced into a larger role than he was supposed to be in, and he thrived? gotta like that. good under pressure....

i look at the list, and i feel very encouraged.

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graham. thanks for the effort ITM (videos were great, organisation as well) and all the voters.

Lets revisit this in a couple of years

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While Ness will probably have a better pro career then most the guys on this list, it's hard voting for him because I just don't think he's proven he could be a regular NHL player. With some of the other guys sure it might be a longshot but that small possibility makes them a better prospect in my eyes

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While Ness will probably have a better pro career then most the guys on this list, it's hard voting for him because I just don't think he's proven he could be a regular NHL player. With some of the other guys sure it might be a longshot but that small possibility makes them a better prospect in my eyes
I agree. Ness has shown very little to make me think that he can become even an AVERAGE AHL defenceman, never mind the NHL.

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Kyle Burroughs!

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I really liked what I saw from Kyle Burroughs. The highlites on YouTube were very impressive, and then when I saw him play in the rookie scrimmage, he was definately noticeable. Good skater, jumps up into the play, and despite being only 5'11" 182, he plays tough. Reminds me of a poor man's Nik Kronwall or even a Kris Letang, because he loves the big hit, and loves to jump into the play and score.
The late round picks-VCR, Quine and Burroughs are very interesting. Too early to predict anything of course but definitely worth us keeping a close watch.

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Hometown kid....

If diamond was 6' he would be a def bottom 6 NHLer imo

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Thanks for all the work ITM this has been cool getting everyone's differing opinions on our prospect pool. After doing something like this you realize how deep the organization really is now it just needs to transfer to the NHL.

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Thanks ITM for all the hard work putting this together.

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Thanks ITM for all the hard work putting this together.
Yes and I caught this too:

2011-2012 Graduates: Casey Cizikas (F), Brian Strait (D), Mikko Koskinen (G)
2010-2011 Graduates: Nino Niederreiter (F)
2010-2011 Graduates: Travis Hamonic (D), Matt Martin (F), Jesse Joensuu (F)
2009-2010 Graduates: John Tavares (F), Jack Hillen (D), Andrew MacDonald (D)
2008-2009 Graduates: Kyle Okposo (F), Josh Bailey (F), Frans Nielsen (F)
2007-2008 Graduates: Sean Bergenheim (F), Jeff Tambellini (F), Blake Comeau (F)
2006-2007 Graduates: Bruno Gervais (D)
2005-2006 Graduates: Chris Campoli (D), Robert Nilsson (F)


shouldnt it be

2012-2013 Graduates: Casey Cizikas (F), Brian Strait (D), Mikko Koskinen (G)
2011-2012 Graduates: Nino Niederreiter (F)
2010-2011 Graduates: Travis Hamonic (D), Matt Martin (F), Jesse Joensuu (F)

2009-2010 Graduates: John Tavares (F), Jack Hillen (D), Andrew MacDonald (D)
2008-2009 Graduates: Kyle Okposo (F), Josh Bailey (F), Frans Nielsen (F)
2007-2008 Graduates: Sean Bergenheim (F), Jeff Tambellini (F), Blake Comeau (F)
2006-2007 Graduates: Bruno Gervais (D)
2005-2006 Graduates: Chris Campoli (D), Robert Nilsson (F)

I know I would get it wrong too, just considering that the this season was 2012-2013 and the NHL never played in 2012 this season. (it would have thrown me off)

oh and A. Ness for the win! (thanks Killer C, where ever you are)

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Just don't really think either Ness or Katic can really be considered much of prospects moving forward.

Even if Ness had done some sort of indicating that he could be an NHLer, you'd have to think the team is no-way, no-how gonna have both him and Hickey on the roster.

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I think we'll be thinking more highly of Bischoff and Somerby next year at this time. I am not however assuming that either is going to be an NCAA stud right off the bat.

As for Burroughs, I just think few of us really know anything about him. My opinion: I just don't know how we got him where we got him. There's so much to like about this kid. I suggest we will by this time next summer.

But other than maybe Burroughs, I don't think we left anyone off the list who truly deserves to be in the top 25 more than some of the guys who we've chosen. Of those remaining unchosen and unmentioned in this particular post, I am most curious about the kind of seasons particularly Diamond and Graham are going to have.

As just about always, gonna be an interesting winter. I'm psyched!

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