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07-06-2013, 02:32 PM
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Annual Prospect Ranking Palooza

It's the annual ranking! This is not the poll - this is where the poll results will go. The polling will begin on Sunday afternoon, Nebraska time, once the rookie camp concludes and everyone has had a chance to digest the reports. Each poll be open for 48 hours. In the event of a tie, a 24-hour runoff will be held. The winner will get the open spot; the loser will go back into the pool, not get the next-lowest rank. The poll will go up to #25.

Prior years results (that I could find):
2004-05 Lockout II Edition
2010 Edition
2011 Edition
2012 Edition
(if anyone can find other years, let me know and I'll add them)
yearrankProspectyearrankProspectyearrankProspectchangeyearrankProspectchangeyearrankProspectchange
20051Getzlaf20101Sbisa20111Etem+520121Palmieri+2 20131Gibson+6
 2Bryzgalov 2Fowler 2Holland+2 2Vatanen+2 2Lindholm+3
 3Perry 3Gardiner 3Palmieri+2 3Etem-2 3Silfverbergn/a
 4Smid 4Holland 4Vatanen+3 4Holland-2 4Etem-1
 5Holmqvist 5Palmieri 5REDACTED+11 5Lindholmn/a 5Rakell+3
 6Brent 6Etem 6DSP+7 6DSP0 6Holland-2
 7Kunitz 7Vatanen 7Gibsonn/a 7Gibson0 7Vatanen-5
 8Popovic 8Clark 8Rakelln/a 8Rakell0 8Kerdiles+1
 9Smirnov 9Mitera 9Maroonn/a 9Kerdilesn/a 9Noesenn/a
 10S. O'Brien 10Bonino 10Bonino0 10Karlsson+4 10Karlsson0
 11Saunders 11Deschamps 11Clark-3 11Andersenn/a 11Theodoren/a
 12Smith 12McMillan 12Fribergn/a 12Wagner+6 12Andersen-1
 13Glenncross 13DSP 13Deschamps-2 13Friberg-1 13Smith-Pelly-7
 14Korsunov 14Newton 14Karlssonn/a 14Clark-3 14Sorensenn/a
 15Konopka 15Bobkov 15Bobkov0 15Welinski+5 15Roy+2
 16Martensson 16REDACTED 16Macenauern/a 16Maroon-7 16Welinski-1
 17Foster 17Pielmeier 17Cramarossan/a 17Royn/a 17Wagner-5
 18Penner 18Sharp 18Wagnern/a 18Bobkov-3 18Laganieren/a
 19Klubertanz 19Heed 19Schofieldn/a 19Lind+2 19Friberg-6
 20Parenteau 20Manson 20Welinskin/a 20Cramarossa-3 20Thompsonn/a
 21Perrault 21N/A 21Lindn/a 21A. O'Brienn/a 21Saraultn/a
 22N/A 22N/A 22Newton-8 22Heed+3 22Cramarossa-2
 23N/A 23N/A 23Carlen/a 23Caputin/a 23Bobkov-5
 24N/A 24N/A 24Perlinin/a 24Coopern/a 24N/A 
 25N/A 25N/A 25Heed-6 25MansonNR 25N/A 


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07-06-2013, 02:41 PM
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Lol at 2005 rankings.

Parenteau and Perrolt as the 20 and 21 place.

We got a lot of good players then actually. This year will be stocked!

But what we do if someone is already voted in, gets traded?

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If the 2005 rankings show anything its that we should dispel the notion that all of our prospects are going to pan out to their potentials.

But can't wait for this! Should be our most exciting poll yet, so much organizational depth.

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Who the **** is Holmqvist?

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Joseph Cramarossa , saw him play quite a bit this year, some offensive upside, but he really feels like a Rob Nediermeyer type of guy. Going be quite the two way player, guy plays with so much heart.

Loves to come in wide and shovel the puck into the crease, gets into the hard area's and the guys got some hands. Should be factor into top 9 in Norfolk this year.

Belleville Bulls Assitant GM Barclay Branch , only complaint was the occasional inconsistent play, fire is always there just the burner can be on low for extented periods of the game.

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So I think here are all of the prospects. Did I miss someone or are there some who aren't ours any more?

Miro Aaltonen
Frederik Andersen
Grant Besse
Igor Bobkov
Josh Brittain
Luca Caputi
Mat Clark
Brian Cooper
Marco Cousineau
Joseph Cramarossa
Emerson Etem
Max Friberg
Kevin Gagne
John Gibson
Alex Grant
Tim Heed
Kenton Helgesen
Peter Holland
Radoslav Illo
William Karlsson
Matt Kennedy
Nicolas Kerdiles
John Kurtz
Antoine Laganiere
Kevin Lind
Hampus Lindholm
Josh Manson
Jaycob Megna
Andrew O'Brien
Nick Pryor
Rickard Rakell
Kevin Roy
Charles Sarault
Devante Smith-Pelly
Nick Sorensen
Shea Theodore
Keaton Thompson
Stefan Noesen
Jakob Silfverberg
Chris Wagner
Stefan Warg
Sami Vatanen
Steven Whitney
Andy Welinski


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Who is listed as REDACTED?

Oh wait, nvm that's an easy one.

Excited how this poll goes, we have a deep pool of prospects. I think Gibson will be receiving my vote for #1.

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Popovich. We got him for havelid, right? Lot more eastern European guys back then.

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Warg is missing. He still qualifies, right?

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Popovich. We got him for havelid, right? Lot more eastern European guys back then.
I think so. Man, after the first 5 or so our old list of prospects blew.

edit- nope, we drafted him, 35th in 2001. But he ended up in Atlanta. For Kip Brennan, ouch.

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Man, I remember how high everyone, including myself, was on Clark back in 2010. Probably won't even crack the Top 20 this season.

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Mark Popovic is Canadian, right? I always thought so, despite his last name.

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Mark Popovic is Canadian, right? I always thought so, despite his last name.
Ummm like Joe Sakic? I think both are of croatian descent.

Anyway, I'm glad this doesn't go back to 90's when people were cheerleading for players like Aalto, Smirnov etc. What a horrible period that was.

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Ummm like Joe Sakic? I think both are of croatian descent.

Anyway, I'm glad this doesn't go back to 90's when people were cheerleading for players like Aalto, Smirnov etc. What a horrible period that was.
Makes sense. Don't really know much about him, but just remember him when I used to play EHM back in the day.

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I think so. Man, after the first 5 or so our old list of prospects blew.

edit- nope, we drafted him, 35th in 2001. But he ended up in Atlanta. For Kip Brennan, ouch.
Several late bloomers though. Really wish we didn't give up on glencross so early.

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Ummm like Joe Sakic? I think both are of croatian descent.

Anyway, I'm glad this doesn't go back to 90's when people were cheerleading for players like Aalto, Smirnov etc. What a horrible period that was.
Yeah. Up until about 2002 we were a horrible drafting team. Davidsson, Balmochnykh, Rybin, Vishnevski, Holmqvist - lots of untranslatable Euro league talent.

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I filled out my top 20 pretty fast...i have some prospects i think very highly of outside of the top 10 we are just so deep in prospects right now they didn't fit in...the last 5 was a little tough for me.

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Gibson jumps 6 spots to #1 this year.

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Lindholm jumps 3 spots.

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Who the **** is Holmqvist?
Never panned out, but he was an ok bottom six checker/penalty killer with the Blackhawks, but eventually decided to go home. The Mighty Ducks traded him to Chicago for Travis Moen soon after the lockout was over.

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Yeah. Up until about 2002 we were a horrible drafting team. Davidsson, Balmochnykh, Rybin, Vishnevski, Holmqvist - lots of untranslatable Euro league talent.
Don't forget our Russians in Chistov and Smirnov.

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Never panned out, but he was an ok bottom six checker/penalty killer with the Blackhawks, but eventually decided to go home. The Mighty Ducks traded him to Chicago for Travis Moen soon after the lockout was over.
When he was here in Anaheim, he hung out with Pahlsson. I actually got to play some billiard with both of them after a game at local spot. They're both funny guys. I had like six to eight female friends who happen to also be puck bunnies at the locale with me, the only guy in the bunch. Those two guys made their night. I was cracking up so hard because each girl was throwing themselves at both of them and they, Holmqvst and Pahlsson knew it too. Sad, but thoroughly entertaining.

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Vatanen at 7 shows how disgusting our prospect depth is.

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Wow the system in 05' is better than I remember it being. Getzlaf, Perry, Kunitz, Penner have all been legit top 6 forwards in their careers, Bryzgalov has been a top 10 goalie some years in the entire league. Smid has been a top 4 D, and Parenteau/Foster/SOB/Konopka have been NHL regulars. I think Jordan Smith would have been as well if not for the eye injury

overall I think the forum has done a nice job ranking this years crop. it's crazy how quickly DSP might be getting passed over similar to Branden McMillan. DSP is going to have a hard time making the team even if he has a great camp.

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