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Top 20 Flyers Prospects, #18

View Poll Results: 18th best Flyers prospect?
Frederic Larsson 18 30.00%
Cal Heeter 1 1.67%
Tyrell Goulbourne 19 31.67%
Matt Konan 1 1.67%
Terrance Amorosa 1 1.67%
Merrick Madsen 0 0%
Derek Mathers 1 1.67%
Andrew Johnston 1 1.67%
Reece Willcox 15 25.00%
Maxim Lamarche 2 3.33%
Tyler Brown 0 0%
Michael Parks 1 1.67%
Brandon Alderson 0 0%
Matt Mangene 0 0%
Petr Placek 0 0%
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08-20-2013, 11:41 AM
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Top 20 Flyers Prospects, #18

1. C Scott Laughton(77.36%)
2. D Samuel Morin(59.70%)
3. D Robert Hagg(69.74%)
4. D Shayne Gostisbehere(66.30%)
5. G Anthony Stolarz(48.15%)
6. C Nick Cousins(77.22%)
7. RW Petr Straka(39.17%)
8. LW Tye McGinn(63.33%)
9. C/RW Jason Akeson(28.28%)
10. D Mark Alt(36.36%)
11. LW Marcel Noebels(45.31%)
12. D Oliver Lauridsen(40.38%)
13. LW Taylor Leier(36.84%)
14. D Brandon Manning(31.48%)
15. D Marc-Andre Bourdon(42.55%)
16. LW Kyle Flanagan(35.85%)
17. D Valeri Vasiliev(46.67%)
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Larsson for me. Next I'll be going Placek just because I love the Ivy League guys.

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08-20-2013, 12:18 PM
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Goul because I trust the Flyers especially when it comes to forwards. Larsson next cause he's committed and will do what it takes to be a good pro including leaving home to play in NA (next year I think I read somewhere).

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Wilcox for me, I like what I read about him & he looked good in the lone game I saw of him last year.

I would have him a few spots up personally.

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Willcox again. It's nice to see him getting some more votes now.

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08-21-2013, 12:56 AM
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Larsson for me. Next I'll be going Placek just because I love the Ivy League guys.
Placek has 3 points in 45 games for Harvard, even if we're at the end of the list, I still don't think he belongs.

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08-23-2013, 11:58 AM
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Goul because I trust the Flyers especially when it comes to forwards. Larsson next cause he's committed and will do what it takes to be a good pro including leaving home to play in NA (next year I think I read somewhere).
As reported in the Prospects threads it seems Larsson is making the jump to NA:

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I'm excited to see what he can do. By all reports the NA style of hockey fits his game better anyway.


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We seem to have a tie.

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I miss voted and wish I hadn't so I don't have to see Goulbourne listed amongst our top 20

Speaking of which, I wonder where Goulbourne plays this season? He was already an over-ager in the WHL last season, so does he move to the ECHL? maybe he can PK in Adirondach? Not sure where he goes from Juniors.


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I miss voted and wish I hadn't so I don't have to see Goulbourne listed amongst our top 20
I think this guy is going to surprise a lot of people. He's not just some tough guy who can't play. He was on the penalty kill on the Rockets. You don't get to be on the PK unless the coach thinks you have talent.

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Just for fun... and because I was bored. I went back to the 2010 prospect poll where Bobrovsky was ranked #1, Kevin Marshall was going to make an impact, and Zac Rinaldo was considered lucky if he got a call up. Funny how things can change.

We have a great pool of prospects and I'm really excited to see how this crop of prospects develop in the next 3-4 years.

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I wonder where Goulbourne plays this season? He was already an over-ager in the WHL last season, so does he move to the ECHL? maybe he can PK in Adirondach? Not sure where he goes from Juniors.
He'll be back in the WHL with Kelowna. He was first draft eligible in the 2012 draft.

The WHL draft kids at 15 opposed the QMJHL & OHL who draft kids at 16.

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Voted Goulbourne. Realistically, only 5 or 6 guys on this list will ever see an NHL game from the ice. He's one of them, if that's what you mean by a 'prospect,' i.e. a prospective NHL player.

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Voted Goulbourne. Realistically, only 5 or 6 guys on this list will ever see an NHL game from the ice. He's one of them, if that's what you mean by a 'prospect,' i.e. a prospective NHL player.
#19 is already open, Goilbourne lost out to Larsson

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#19 is already open, Goilbourne lost out to Larsson
How so? They were tied all week and Goulbourne pulled up an additional vote last night... how does that make Larsson the winner?

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How so? They were tied all week and Goulbourne pulled up an additional vote last night... how does that make Larsson the winner?
At the time of the "closing" of the voting, Larrson was winning.

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Just for fun... and because I was bored. I went back to the 2010 prospect poll where Bobrovsky was ranked #1, Kevin Marshall was going to make an impact, and Zac Rinaldo was considered lucky if he got a call up. Funny how things can change.

We have a great pool of prospects and I'm really excited to see how this crop of prospects develop in the next 3-4 years.
And in an attempt to blow my own horn please tell everyone who the lone guy saying Rinaldo would make it was.

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it was a tie between Goulbourne and Larsson before i voted

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At the time of the "closing" of the voting, Larrson was winning.
This, mods should lock these once the next one is up.

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And in an attempt to blow my own horn please tell everyone who the lone guy saying Rinaldo would make it was.
You were not alone....

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Just for fun... and because I was bored. I went back to the 2010 prospect poll where Bobrovsky was ranked #1, Kevin Marshall was going to make an impact, and Zac Rinaldo was considered lucky if he got a call up. Funny how things can change.

We have a great pool of prospects and I'm really excited to see how this crop of prospects develop in the next 3-4 years.
This is it. I HOPE that all 20 of them make the team someday, but it just never seems to happen that way. Some party too much. Some get hurt. Others are missing the one element they need to push them into the NHL and can't develop it.

I'm an old hand at this too, I remember when Pat Murray was going to replace Propp, Claude Boivin for Tocchett, etc. Wow, I'll have to dig out the Hockey News draft previews from '85 and '86 to relive those memories.

No matter how much you hope prospects work out, some of them inevitably don't or can't make it. Others come from nowhere and make them against all odds.

For as set as our roster is, there is always the possibility that someone forces his way onto the roster unexpectedly.

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You were not alone....
Actually you are right and I remember you being one of those who agreed. If I remember correctly both you and I said he would make it but would be doing stupid stuff along the way and needed to grow up.

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