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NHL Draft War Room: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings Combined (THW)

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04-18-2014, 06:54 PM
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NHL Draft War Room: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings Combined (THW)

E-Mac painstakingly went through the process of combining NHL CS's Final Rankings.

He also highlights some surprises or even eyebrow raisers.

Sit back, click here and enjoy...

Link: http://thehockeywriters.com/nhl-draf...ings-combined/

Then...add your thoughts!

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With the rankings combined, who do you feel are:

a) too high
b) too low
c) bang on
d) wtf...

Given the depth of these rankings, even though obviously limited in terms of prognosticating where a prospect might get drafted, who do you hope your team lands even beyond round 1?

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I feel that Vladislav Kamenev and Pavel Kraskovsky are too low. Kamenev is a forward with very high potential, while Kraskovsky I think has some skill and power to his game. Kraskovsky is also one of the youngest players eligible in the draft. Conner Bleackley is also a bit low in my eyes. However, I like the fact that you have Kaapo Kähkönen early in the third round.

These are just some things that I noted first, might add something later.

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Bleackley too high.
Fiala too low.

Very nice to see Ehlers get some recognition finally.

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I feel that Vladislav Kamenev and Pavel Kraskovsky are too low. Kamenev is a forward with very high potential, while Kraskovsky I think has some skill and power to his game. Kraskovsky is also one of the youngest players eligible in the draft. Conner Bleackley is also a bit low in my eyes. However, I like the fact that you have Kaapo Kähkönen early in the third round.

These are just some things that I noted first, might add something later.
Thanks for the comments; keep in mind this is NHL Central Scouting's rankings and not mine or E-Mac's.

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Eyelanders: where do you think Pavel Kraskovsky might land on draft day?

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As many outlets produce their final rankings, interesting to compare to NHL Central Scoutings', especially in this combined format.

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Post WJC U18s, Memorial Cup and Combine, who did NHL CS have:
- too high, too low, totally miss the bill on, have bang on?

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Now that she's all said and done, how did Central Scouting do compared to other services out there?

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