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Ranger Prospect Poll - #14

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Chris Holt - 03 Draft - #180 Overall, 6th Round 0 0%
Ryan Callahan - 04 Draft - #127 Overall, 4th Round 6 11.11%
Jake Taylor - 02 Draft - #177 Overall , 6th Round 2 3.70%
Brandon Dubinsky - 04 Draft - #60 Overall, 2nd Round 6 11.11%
Garth Murray - 01 Draft - #79 Overall, 3rd Round 5 9.26%
Dominic Moore - 00 Draft - #95 Overall, 3rd Round 4 7.41%
Chad Wiseman - 00 Draft - #246 Overall, 8th Round 0 0%
Dave Liffiton - 03 Draft - #63 Overall, 2nd Round 6 11.11%
Billy Ryan - 04 Draft - #80 Overall, 3rd Round 0 0%
Darin Olver - 04 Draft - #36 Overall, 2nd Round 6 11.11%
Bryce Lampman - 01 Draft - #113 Overall, 4th Round 9 16.67%
Alexandre Giroux - 99 Draft - #213 Overall, 7th Round 10 18.52%
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05-15-2005, 05:59 PM
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Ranger Prospect Poll - #14

#1 Prospect - Henrik Lundqvist (G) - 2000 Draft - #205 Overall, 7th Round
#2 Prospect - Fedor Tyutin (D) - 2001 Draft - #40 Overall, 2nd Round
#3 Prospect - Al Montoya (G) - 2004 Draft - #6 Overall, 1st Round
#4 Prospect - Hugh Jessiman (RW) - 2003 Draft - #12 Overall, 1st Round
#5 Prospect - Jarkko Immonen (C) - 2002 Draft - #254 Overall, 8th Round
#6 Prospect - Lauri Korpikoski (LW) - 2004 Draft - #19 Overall, 1st Round
#7 Prospect - Maxim Kondratiev (D) - 2001 Draft - #168 Overall, 6th Round
#8 Prospect - Jozef Balej (RW) - 2000 Draft - #78 Overall, 3rd Round
#9 Prospect - Nigel Dawes (LW) - 2003 Draft - #149 Overall, 5th Round
#10 Prospect - Ivan Baranka (D) - 2003 Draft - #50 Overall, 2nd Round
#11 Prospect - Petr Prucha (C) - 2002 Draft - #240 Overall, 8th Round
#12 Prospect - Bruce Graham (C) - 2004 Draft - #51 Overall, 2nd Round
#13 Prospect - Thomas Pock (D) - Not Drafted
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Ended the last poll alittle early...Pock was leading everyone by a mile.

Added: Chris Holt

My vote goes this round to Dubinsky, I think he could do very well in the NHL. Has the offensive power up front and has developed into a much better all around game this season.

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This is where the poll should start getting real interesting.

My vote goes to Dominic Moore. I still think this guy has 2nd line potential or at the least become a very solid 3rd liner who will contribute offensively.

Add Nate Guenin.

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Lampman. Add Hollweg

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Dubinsky, add Hollweg.

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Lampman. Hes close to solidifying his spot in the NHL, he had a great year. Yeah, hes not going to be a top pairing guy. But he should be solid on the back end of the defensive.

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Lampman. Hes close to solidifying his spot in the NHL, he had a great year. Yeah, hes not going to be a top pairing guy. But he should be solid on the back end of the defensive.
Yea I totally agree, Im gonna vote for him in the next round.

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Yea I totally agree, Im gonna vote for him in the next round.

I really wish MSG televised more games....like all our others prospects (cept a few like Montoya) i wasn't able to really watch. All i can really go by is what i read about them. If MSG televised more games im sure more of our AHL players would be higher in the prospect rankings.

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Personally I think when/where they were drafted should be removed as it can easily affect how people view the prospects for better or worse and I don't feel it is need. Thats just me personally though

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Personally I think when/where they were drafted should be removed as it can easily affect how people view the prospects for better or worse and I don't feel it is need. Thats just me personally though
I think draft position should be removed, but I think the year is helpful. Fact is younger players like Korpikoski and Montoya have more time to reach their potential whereas players like Wiseman and Giroux are quickly running out of time.

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Next round ill take away the draft into cept the year drafted. Ill just put the overall # in the "current rankings".

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Olver... again...

Liffiton, Callahan, and Dubinsky are also good choices...

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Went very boring again...

still with Taylor (just trying to be different). I'd add Hollweg too, who I think can step onto the NHL ice right now and be a very good change of pace fourth liner, perhaps even getting an odd shot at third line in instances of short-term injuries and slumps.

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i voted for olver. Like most of you I don't have the luxery of seeing too many of these players, so my opinion is pretty uninformed, but you can't ignore olver's numbers over the last two years.

And isn't it time we added Bahensky to this poll? He sounds like a much more intruiging prospect than chad wiseman.

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I went Lampman, because of his NHL experience. Add Hollweg, one of my long-time faves.

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I'm not sure what to consider Wiseman...

after his down production year last season, and he's not getting any younger at age 24. I liked what I saw in limited action in New York, albeit being tough to judge his output considering it was minimal, but he didn't look lost. Last season was tough for a lot of prospects for whom we had high hopes entering the season.

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There are quite a few players I'd like to see added before Hollweg. We all love the guy, but he is going to top out as a fourth liner...at best.

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after his down production year last season, and he's not getting any younger at age 24. I liked what I saw in limited action in New York, albeit being tough to judge his output considering it was minimal, but he didn't look lost. Last season was tough for a lot of prospects for whom we had high hopes entering the season.
I find it tough labeling Wiseman a 'prospect.' He's pretty much a good AHL'er who could be a call-up if needed. He's not a top 6 forward, and you probably wouldn't want that type of player on your 3rd line. I'll take a higher risk/reward over him no question.

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Ditto Barnaby...

I was thinking the same, but couldn't get all the words out.

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Add Guenin.

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Tough call between Moore and Lampman, but I went with Dom, add Bahensky.

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Here's where it gets sticky.

I voted for Lampman, again because he is most NHL ready and should be on the squad. Callahan, Taylor, Liffiton, Ryan I like all these kids. To have to have 4-5 choices to chose from shows the depth within the organization, even though there maybe a certain segment of posters that disagrees with me!

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Atlanta...

I somewhat agree, but the guys you've named, while I too like them, the depth we're talking about is third pair defensemen and fourth line, maybe third line, wingers. It's good to have depth all-around, but I think most people in here have said, and I agree, the problem with the Rangers' prospects is there's a lack of superstar potential-type guys. There's a couple, but that's it.

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I agree Atlanta. This organization's depth is top notch. That's why competition for future NHL jobs should be stiff. Which is why I hope they don't load up on free agents when the new CBA is in place. Just 1 or 2 role guys please.


I voted for Dom Moore again.

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I somewhat agree, but the guys you've named, while I too like them, the depth we're talking about is third pair defensemen and fourth line, maybe third line, wingers. It's good to have depth all-around, but I think most people in here have said, and I agree, the problem with the Rangers' prospects is there's a lack of superstar potential-type guys. There's a couple, but that's it.
Forget superstar ... I'll take any top 6 forward at this point...

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Giroux again

next round Dunbinsky

Add Helminem?

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