Who's our #7 prospect. Feel free to use your own interpretation of the term "best prospect."... whether that be most upside, or most likely to have a good NHL career. This will run for two days unless there is an overwhelming favorite at the 24 hour mark. VOTE NOW!
Remember to post who you think I should add.
#1 - Brandon Saad (LW)
1992-10-27 7.5C Chicago Blackhawks 46GP 10G 17A 27Pts +17 12PIM Calder Trophy Candidate
Drafted - 2-43-2011 by Chicago
#2 - Teuvo Teravainen (F)
1994-09-11 7.5C Jokerit Helsinki (SM-liiga) 44GP 13G 18A 31Pts +2 6PIM
Drafted - 1-18-2012 by Chicago
79.45% of votes
#3 - Brandon Pirri (C)
1991-04-10 7.0C Rockford (AHL) 76GP 22G 53A 75Pts +11 72PIM
Drafted - 2-59-2009 by Chicago
32.20% of votes
#4 - Phillip Danault (C)
1993-02-24 7.0C Moncton (QMJHL) 56GP 23G 62A 85Pts +16 50PIM
Drafted - 1-26-2011 by Chicago
41.51% of votes
#5 - Adam Clendening (D)
1992-10-26 7.0C Rockford (AHL) 73GP 9G 37A 46Pts +17 67PIM
Drafted - 2-36-2011 by Chicago
32.65% of votes
#6 - Jeremy Morin (LW)
1991-04-16 7.0C Rockford (AHL) 67GP 30G 28A 58Pts +2 86PIM
Drafted - 2-45-2009 by Atlanta
Acquired - Alongside Marty Reasoner, Joey Crabb, 1st in 2010 (Kevin Hayes), and 2nd in 2010 (Justin Holl) for Brent Sopel, Ben Eager, Dustin Byfuglien and Akim Aliu
Yeah, there's a lot of guys still on the list I'm putting ahead of him, just because goalies are just too hard to predict.
I was in between on Hartman and Johns. Went with Johns since I don't think he should be too far behind AC.
Adam Clendeing has the potential to be a very impactful NHLer one day. Not that Johns doesn't, but the offensive upsides aren't even comparable. If Clendening can play passable defense, he should have no problem being a 40-50-point NHL PP QB in the not-so-distant future.
Johns, on the other hand, has questionable offensive upside, but an elite physical game. He can skate, which is an advantage for a guy his size. He has top-4 upside, but without much offense, he'll need to be an great defensive Dman to have a great impact on the game. At this point, he's solid defensively but not great. His physical game is why he stands out and why he could be considered a top prospect.