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06-30-2013, 11:09 PM
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Top 5-10 Coyotes Prospects

With the new draftees, who are your top 5-10 Coyotes prospects?

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1. Gormley
2. Domi
3. Samuelsson
4. Rundblad
5. Visentin

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1) C/LW Domi
2) D Gormely
3) D Rundblad
4) C/RW Samuelsson
5) G Visetin
6) C/LW Dauphin
7) D Murphy
8) LW Brown
9) LW Lessio
10) C/LW Laplante
11) C Miele
12) G Domingue
13) G Lee
14) C Reider
15) C Martinook
16) D Melindy
17) C Werek

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With the new draftees, who are your top 5-10 Coyotes prospects?
I'd go in no particular order: Gormley, Domi, Rundblad, Samuellson, Brown, Dauphin, Lessio, Rieder, Murphy, Visentin

Honorable Mention: Lee, Martinook, Tikkinen

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Gormley
Domi
Rundblad
Samuelsson
Dauphin
Brown
Visentin
Lessio
Reider
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For some reason I can see the forward picks from this draft making the team before some of the other ones , based on work ethic and how they play away from the puck

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For some reason I can see the forward picks from this draft making the team before some of the other ones , based on work ethic and how they play away from the puck
As well as because of team need.

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How much do you think Runblad will get?

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I hope that Rieder gets the chance to turn some heads next season. He has a lot of skill, especially as a goal scorer. Problem is - of course - his size. But I hope that he'll be able to compensate this fact with speed and some more strength.

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I hope that Rieder gets the chance to turn some heads next season. He has a lot of skill, especially as a goal scorer. Problem is - of course - his size. But I hope that he'll be able to compensate this fact with speed and some more strength.
Up until yesterday we were an organization largely devoid of skill amongst our forward prospect group. Reider will have an opportunity to make it to the show with the Coyotes. He just has to learn how to play effectively in our system.

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Up until yesterday we were an organization largely devoid of skill amongst our forward prospect group. Reider will have an opportunity to make it to the show with the Coyotes. He just has to learn how to play effectively in our system.
Since I can not really say that I'm very deep into this topic, what doe you mean exactly with this? Thanks!

And: do you think that he could already crack the NHL lineup next season?

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Since I can not really say that I'm very deep into this topic, what doe you mean exactly with this?
At the minimum, hustle and effort in backside pressure.

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Since I can not really say that I'm very deep into this topic, what doe you mean exactly with this? Thanks!

And: do you think that he could already crack the NHL lineup next season?
Work hard in both zones. Reider will need to ensure he's not a liability in the defensive zone and continue to refine his playmaking abilities; particularly on the powerplay. We need playmakers.

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Interesting factoid: Coyotes now have a player from three of the four teams in the 2012 Memorial Cup, between Domi, Samuelsson, Gormley

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Whats the scoop on gormley, then do you think he will make the roster and is he looking a like a d-man that is going to rack up some points in the nhl when he gets there.

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Whats the scoop on gormley, then do you think he will make the roster and is he looking a like a d-man that is going to rack up some points in the nhl when he gets there.
Log jam in front of him that will be cleared up by seasons end. Gormely is a 40-50 point guy down the road. Rookie season you hope he breaks 20 points.

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1. Gormley
2. Domi
3. Rundblad
4. Samuelsson
5. Brown
6. Visentin
7. Murphy
8. Dauphin
9. Lessio
10. Lee

Honorable mention: Lane, LaPlante, Rieder, Melindy

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Log jam in front of him that will be cleared up by seasons end. Gormely is a 40-50 point guy down the road. Rookie season you hope he breaks 20 points.
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It's sobering to see Rundblad thought of so highly in this thread and then considering the fact that he may want out.

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If it makes you feel any better I'm not nearly as high on Rundblad as most of you

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Interesting factoid: Coyotes now have a player from three of the four teams in the 2012 Memorial Cup, between Domi, Samuelsson, Gormley
Rundblad for Coyle?

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I'm agnostic on Rundblad. He was probably the best return Maloney could get out of Turris, but with Yandle on our team already, his future as a Yote was always going to be tenuous.

If we can keep him and he starts delivering on his offensive potential, awesome. But if we can flip/package him for a young scoring forward, great.

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