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Semi-Annual Prospect Poll: #25 NYR Prospect (FINAL ROUND)

View Poll Results: Who's our 25th prospect?
RW Josh Nicholls 4 15.38%
LW Kyle Beach 1 3.85%
G Scott Stajcer 1 3.85%
RW Thomas Spelling 3 11.54%
C Kyle Jean 3 11.54%
D Troy Donnay 14 53.85%
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01-27-2014, 12:30 PM
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Semi-Annual Prospect Poll: #25 NYR Prospect (FINAL ROUND)

D Tommy Hughes won round 24 and is replaced by RW Josh Nicholls in the poll. This is the final round we are voting on.


WHO IS A PROSPECT: http://www.hockeysfuture.com/whatmakesaprospect

HOW TO RANK PROSPECTS: Based on their value in a hypothetical trade or waiver draft. This takes into consideration a prospect's ceiling, how close he's to making it, his health, work ethic, the whole deal. Imagine there was a prospect waiver draft and you could keep only one prospect. That guy is our #1 prospect. Then imagine we had one more waiver protection. That guy is our #2 prospect.


TOP PROSPECTS

1. LW Chris Kreider
2. C J.T. Miller
3. D Dylan McIlrath
4. G Cameron Talbot
5. D Brady Skjei


SECOND TIER

6. C Oscar Lindberg
7. RW Danny Kristo
8. RW Jesper Fast
9. D Conor Allen
10. LW Anthony Duclair


PROJECTS

11. LW Pavel Buchnevich
12. C Cristoval Nieves
13. LW Marek Hrivik
14. C Adam Tambellini
15. C Michael St. Croix


SUSPECTS

16. D Ryan Graves
17. LW Andrew Yogan
18. G MacKenzie Skapski
19. D Calle Andersson
20. D Sam Noreau


LONG SHOTS

21. LW Ryan Bourque
22. RW Michael Kantor
23. C Steven Fogarty
24. D Tommy Hughes


Tommy Hughes
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Born Apr 7 1992 -- London, ONT
Height 6.02 -- Weight 216 [188 cm/98 kg]

2013-14 Hartford Wolf Pack AHL 37GP 1-4-5 18PIM




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I guess let's go with Troy Donnay, who's huge and seems to be having a good season in juniors. He deserves the final spot more than others.

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Definitely Donnay. He's having a nice year. I haven't seen him much, but all the reports have been positive. Erie fans say he's made a big improvement. Maybe a year from now he's ten spots higher on the list.

If I had to rank what's left after Donnay, I'd probably go:

Stajcer
Beach
Spelling
Nicholls
Missiaen
Jean
Wilson

Something like that. I guess it's really all irrelevant at this point.

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Definitely Donnay. He's having a nice year. I haven't seen him much, but all the reports have been positive. Erie fans say he's made a big improvement. Maybe a year from now he's ten spots higher on the list.

If I had to rank what's left after Donnay, I'd probably go:

Stajcer
Beach
Spelling
Nicholls
Missiaen
Jean
Wilson

Something like that. I guess it's really all irrelevant at this point.
Ugh, so disappointed in Spelling. Even though he was always a longshot, I still had hope that he would have a decent season in the SHL and make things interesting. Nope, runs back to Denmark when things get tough.

Nicholls too. I saw him live when Greenville played Gwinnett to start the season (I live in Atlanta), and he really looked the part of a jack-of-all-trades 3rd/4th liner. To see his ECHL numbers is a huge letdown.

Agree on taking Donnay here, FWIW.

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Give me the hulking Donnay who has had a pretty good turn-around from last season.

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Need some more votes.

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Wanted Spelling, but realistically it should be Donnay

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Wanted Spelling, but realistically it should be Donnay
Yeah, that's exactly how I thought.

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