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Sens Board Prospect Rankings 2013 (9th)

View Poll Results: Who's #9?
Nikita Filatov 0 0%
Derek Grant 1 0.93%
Jarrod Maidens 1 0.93%
Chris Driedger 1 0.93%
Stephane Da Costa 1 0.93%
Troy Rutkowski 0 0%
Marcus Hogberg 0 0%
Matt Puempel 55 51.40%
Shane Prince 33 30.84%
Buddy Robinson 2 1.87%
Fredrik Claesson 0 0%
Andre Petersson 0 0%
Mark Borowiecki 7 6.54%
Mike Hoffman 5 4.67%
Mikael Wikstrand 1 0.93%
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07-12-2013, 04:47 AM
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Sens Board Prospect Rankings 2013 (9th)

Sens Prospect Rankings:

1. Robin Lehner G 6'4" 223 (Ottawa Senators, NHL) 52.82%
2. Mika Zibanejad C 6'1" 200 (Ottawa Senators, NHL) 86.05%
3. Curtis Lazar C 6'0" 194 (Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL) 52.08%
4. Cody Ceci D 6'3" 215 (Owen Sound Attack, OHL) 36.00%
5. Jean-Gabriel Pageau C 5'9" 163 (Binghamton Senators, AHL) 41.46%
6. Cory Conacher LW 5'8" 176 (Ottawa Senators, NHL)56.63%
7. Patrick Wiercioch D 6'5" 205 (Ottawa Senators, NHL)52.34%
8. Mark Stone RW 6'2" 188 (Binghamton Senators, AHL)66.30%

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Prospect Criteria:

A player will be considered a prospect until he meets the following criteria:

If a prospect is a skater (forward, defenseman) and has played in 65 NHL games or more before the completion of the season of his 24th birthday; or, if a goaltender has played in 45 NHL games before the completion of the season of his 24th birthday, that player will be considered graduated to the NHL. Conversely, if a player completes the season of his 24th birthday without passing those milestones, then that player will no longer be considered a prospect by Hockey’s Future, regardless of the player’s status with his NHL club.

An NCAA player who signs his first contract at or above the age of 22 has three years to meet the above criteria (65/45), while those NCAA players that turn pro under the age of 22 will be subjected to
the criteria above.

European players who sign their first NHL contract at or above the age of 22 have three seasons from the time they sign that contract to meet the above criteria. Those European players below the age of 22 that have signed a NHL contract will be subjected to the criteria in section one.
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07-12-2013, 04:59 AM
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07-12-2013, 06:35 AM
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Add Cole Schnieder-Coach was giving him props last week.

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Voting Prince again, but Puempel is a good bet to win this.

Anyone other than Prince or Puempel here, IMO, is too soon.

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I was one of Puempel's biggest supporters his draft year. Got a little worried that his development stalled but I still love that he has the ability to score goals.

I also like Prince a lot, only a couple of months older than Puempel but has produced more thus far. Good rookie season in Bingo. It was a coin toss for me - I think I picked Puempel for no other reason than because I've been high on him before we even drafted him (which is a terrible reason, but it was a tie damnit!).

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You could say I'm pretty puemped about our prospect pool!

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Shane Prince is a certifiable Beauty.

Add Dzingel, dammit!

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Holy crap TIL that Patty Wiercioch has made it to 6'5".

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Next 2 are Puempel and Prince. After that, we're talking about Da Costa, Petersson and Hoffman. Following tier is between Driedger, Wikstrand, Claesson and Maidens

Add Dzingel, then Lindberg

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Time to Puemp my boy's tires.

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Prince until I see what Puempel does in a full season in Bingo.

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Puempel. Love his growth over the last year.

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Voted Prince.

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Next 2 are Puempel and Prince. After that, we're talking about Da Costa, Petersson and Hoffman. Following tier is between Driedger, Wikstrand, Claesson and Maidens

Add Dzingel, then Lindberg
I'd have Claesson and Hoffman as the higher tier. I think they're more likely to have a career in the NHL.

I think Da Costa is starting to slip in the rankings. At his age (24), I think he is what he is... a talented player that has below average speed, and below average size. This is a big year for him, and could be his last in the organization. It's too bad he's a center.

Edit: after prince and puempel of course


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1. Robin Lehner G 6'4" 223 (Ottawa Senators, NHL) 52.82%
2. Mika Zibanejad C 6'1" 200 (Ottawa Senators, NHL) 86.05%
3. Curtis Lazar C 6'0" 194 (Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL) 52.08%
4. Cody Ceci D 6'3" 215 (Owen Sound Attack, OHL) 36.00%
5. Jean-Gabriel Pageau C 5'9" 163 (Binghamton Senators, AHL) 41.46%
6. Cory Conacher LW 5'8" 176 (Ottawa Senators, NHL)56.63%
7. Patrick Wiercioch D 6'5" 205 (Ottawa Senators, NHL)52.34%
8. Mark Stone RW 6'2" 188 (Binghamton Senators, AHL)66.30%

That is one heck of a top 8.

I see all of those guys potentially having solid career's. I'm sure 1 or 2 will fall off and not reach their potential, but still... Ottawa is set for years to come.

Lazar seems like the missing ingredient for this team. Hopefully he develops into the player he is being touted as. Would love to see another Sens prospect playing for Team Canada at the WJC's.

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1. Robin Lehner G 6'4" 223 (Ottawa Senators, NHL) 52.82%
2. Mika Zibanejad C 6'1" 200 (Ottawa Senators, NHL) 86.05%
3. Curtis Lazar C 6'0" 194 (Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL) 52.08%
4. Cody Ceci D 6'3" 215 (Owen Sound Attack, OHL) 36.00%
5. Jean-Gabriel Pageau C 5'9" 163 (Binghamton Senators, AHL) 41.46%
6. Cory Conacher LW 5'8" 176 (Ottawa Senators, NHL)56.63%
7. Patrick Wiercioch D 6'5" 205 (Ottawa Senators, NHL)52.34%
8. Mark Stone RW 6'2" 188 (Binghamton Senators, AHL)66.30%

That is one heck of a top 8.

I see all of those guys potentially having solid career's. I'm sure 1 or 2 will fall off and not reach their potential, but still... Ottawa is set for years to come.

Lazar seems like the missing ingredient for this team. Hopefully he develops into the player he is being touted as. Would love to see another Sens prospect playing for Team Canada at the WJC's.
9. Peumpal
10. Prince

That's a hell of a top ten lol

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Hoffman. Love the wheels on this guy.

Add Sdao.

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Next 2 are Puempel and Prince. After that, we're talking about Da Costa, Petersson and Hoffman. Following tier is between Driedger, Wikstrand, Claesson and Maidens

Add Dzingel, then Lindberg
How has Borocop dropped so far off your list?

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Da Costa doesn't get much love here. I personally don't like him, but I know he's better than 95% of the guys left.

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Da Costa doesn't get much love here. I personally don't like him, but I know he's better than 95% of the guys left.
Da Costa is slipping because of the numbers game at C on this team, not his talent. Two prospects (Zibby, Pageau) + Spezza, Smith, and Turris are ahead of him on the depth chart at C. Lazar could very well jump him, too, if the organization decides Lazar is best suited as a C, rather than as a RW.

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How has Borocop dropped so far off your list?
I forgot about him but just to be clear, last year I had him much lower than the consensus around here (9th). I had him more around 13-14th, I see him as a 6th physical D-man

Our prospect pool is THAT good.

I'm confident that guys like Puempel, Prince, Da Costa, Maidens, Hoffman and Petersson are better prospects and should be voted above him. I'm scared that Petersson and Da Costa might be a bit out of flavor. But look what they have done in their first NA pro season. They were productive first liners in the AHL. I'm curious to see what happens with them this year.

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I love Prince and I think he can and should be a bonafide top 6 forward but Puempel was considered the best scorer in the 2011 draft and his biggest knock was his skating and weak defensive game. His skating is now among one of his best assets and his defensive game is very refined.

I'm really torn about this one. Puempel was amazing in the playoff games for Bingo but Prince was dynamic overall even with lesser linemates.

I'm gonna say Puempel cause of more raw and higher potential.

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