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Prospect Poll: NYR Prospect #6

View Poll Results: Who is our #6 prospect?
RW Danny Kristo 40 52.63%
LW Marek Hrivik 11 14.47%
LW Cristoval Nieves 8 10.53%
D Brady Skjei 12 15.79%
LW Andrew Yogan 0 0%
C Michael St. Croix 5 6.58%
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07-04-2013, 10:27 PM
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Prospect Poll: NYR Prospect #6

Jesper Fast is our final Top Prospect. Andrew Yogan is added to the poll.

Please write who you want added to the poll, and give a reason for it. This makes the discussion here more lively.


TOP PROSPECTS

1. LW Chris Kreider
2. C J.T. Miller
3. D Dylan McIlrath
4. C Oscar Lindberg
5. RW Jesper Fast


Jesper Fast
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Born Dec 2 1991 -- Nassjo, Sweden
Height 5.11 -- Weight 165 -- Shoots R

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07-04-2013, 10:31 PM
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Voted for Hrivik because he was the Whale's second-leading scorer as a 21-year-old rookie, and the previous year he led the Whale in playoff scoring after his junior season ended.

Hrivik would've been the first person called up by the Rangers if he didn't get injured. He was supposed to start the season in the Rangers camp as the only rookie there.

Good size, good speed, very responsible defensively, good offensive ability. What's not to like?

Add Allen. The Rangers gave him a $1.75/yr contract for a reason.

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07-04-2013, 10:54 PM
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Kristo. Add Fogarty

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Kristo, add Noreau.

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Tough choice between Hrivik and Boo. Went with Boo because of his excellent freshman season, and we didn't get to see Hrivik too much this year. Add Noreau.

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Brady Skjei

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Nieves. I think he has the potential to be a very good top 6 center. He has natural playmaking ability in a big frame and has good wheels. Add Fogarty.

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Hrivik for the reasons that Beacon noted, Add Noreau.

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07-04-2013, 11:44 PM
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Kristo add Noreau

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07-04-2013, 11:47 PM
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07-05-2013, 12:02 AM
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Skjei. Add Talbot

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Talbot is getting no love here. He's a good prospect. If he can eliminate the WTF goals, which he's reduced significantly over the course of the year, he will be a quality NHL goalie.

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Our prospect pool is a lot deeper than most realize. This a fantastic list of players.

I picked Skjei. Couldn't really go wrong with any of him, Kristo, Hrivik, or Nieves. EDIT: Add Noreau.

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Nieves. I think he has the potential to be a very good top 6 center. He has natural playmaking ability in a big frame and has good wheels. Add Fogarty.
Exactly my thoughts. Needs to work on that hockey sense, otherwise I think he can be a NHL player as soon as he steps out of college. He exceeded expectations at Michigan.

Nieves, add Noreau

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Went with Skjei. Very good potential. Has size and skating ability as a D. The other prospects have some downside to them, as I feel Skjei will get time playing on the Gophers and will make some good progress. Much like Kreider in BC, the Gophers play their upper classmen. Sophomore will lead to more time and more responsibilities.

Add Noreau. Size and has worked on skating. Hopefully can become a bottom pairing player at some point. Him/McIlrath can bring some snarl back on D like when Sauer made the team. All good teams have somebody like that on defense.

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Went with Skjei. Very good potential. Has size and skating ability as a D. The other prospects have some downside to them, as I feel Skjei will get time playing on the Gophers and will make some good progress. Much like Kreider in BC, the Gophers play their upper classmen. Sophomore will lead to more time and more responsibilities.

Add Noreau. Size and has worked on skating. Hopefully can become a bottom pairing player at some point. Him/McIlrath can bring some snarl back on D like when Sauer made the team. All good teams have somebody like that on defense.
Who are the Gophers D that are graduating? I didn't like Skjei's play last year in bits and pieces of the 3 games (lol) that I saw of him. Concerned about ice time like last year, especially since they have all state star high school dman Tommy Vanneli joining the team.

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Our prospect pool is a lot deeper than most realize. This a fantastic list of players.

No doubt. We've drafted helluva lot better than people will give us credit for. Love the fact at how much emphasis we put on skating.

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Skjei. Add the new Russian. Adding Noreau, whom I like btw and could see as an NHLer one day, this early is just showing some of the hockey knowledge that Really exposes itself on these boards at times regarding being taste of the month. Has he shown that much on the ice to be added into a top ten position in our prospects pool so far, or is it for his untapped potential scouts that are raving about? Geesh

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Skjei. Add the new Russian. Adding Noreau, whom I like btw and could see as an NHLer one day, this early is just showing some of the hockey knowledge that Really exposes itself on these boards at times regarding being taste of the month. Has he shown that much on the ice to be added into a top ten position in our prospects pool so far, or is it for his untapped potential scouts that are raving about? Geesh
He wouldn't be in the top-10, more than likely, as there are five other prospects in the poll who will certainly get votes over him. He probably slides in at 11. It's not really taste of the month. Noreau has improved and, going by the parameters of the poll, would be the logical choice over Buchnevich.

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He wouldn't be in the top-10, more than likely, as there are five other prospects in the poll who will certainly get votes over him. He probably slides in at 11. It's not really taste of the month. Noreau has improved and, going by the parameters of the poll, would be the logical choice over Buchnevich.
We have five guys who are impossible to know where to rank yet: Andersson, Spelling, Tambellini, Buchnevich, and Duclair

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MSC, add Buchnevitch who'd be a first rounder if not for the Russian factor

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Kristo based mostly off of NHL readiness. Skjei next then Boo. Add Noreau.

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Kristo
Hrivik
Skjei
Nieves
Yogan

For me. Add Buchnevich. Fogarty, Allen, Noreau next.

If Boo builds on his Freshman year and shows well at the WJC he could easily vault into the top-5 (w/graduations) in the next set of rankings.

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