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01-10-2004, 12:23 PM
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Who is better

Which of these two prospects/young players (drafted the same year, same round) are better NHLers or potential NHLers so far?

I realize that some play different positions, but if you could still evaluate their value.

Ribeiro or Vaananen?

C. Higgins or Grebeshkov?

Woywitka or Perezhogin?

O`Sullivan or Urquhart?

Komisarek or Hamhuis?

Parisť or Kastsitsyn?

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Which of these two prospects/young players (drafted the same year, same round) are better NHLers or potential NHLers so far?

I realize that some play different positions, but if you could still evaluate their value.

Ribeiro or Vaananen?

C. Higgins or Grebeshkov?

Woywitka or Perezhogin?

O`Sullivan or Urquhart?

Komisarek or Hamhuis?

Parisť or Kastsitsyn?
Well, I'll take my best shot at it...

1)Vaananen
2)Don't know overly much about Higgins, so going by reports and picking him
3)Wowyitka
4)O'Sullivan
5)Komisarek(tough one though)
6)Parise(Kastistyin could definetly be better, but is risky)

Of course, we won't really know the right answers for about 5 years or so, but this is my guess.

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Ribeiro or Vaananen? Ribeiro (just don't like Vaananen)

C. Higgins or Grebeshkov? Higgins

Woywitka or Perezhogin? Perezhogin

O`Sullivan or Urquhart? O'Sullivan

Komisarek or Hamhuis? Komisarek

Parisť or Kastsitsyn? Parise (though I really like Kastsitsyn)


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Ribeiro or Vaananen?Ribeiro

C. Higgins or Grebeshkov?Higgins

Woywitka or Perezhogin?Perezhogin

O`Sullivan or Urquhart?O`Sullivan

Komisarek or Hamhuis?Hamhuis

Parisť or Kastsitsyn?Kastsitsyn

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01-10-2004, 12:37 PM
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Ribeiro or Vaananen
C. Higgins or Grebeshkov
Woywitka or Perezhogin
O'Sullivan or Urquhart
Komisarek or Hamhuis
Parisť or Kastsitsyn

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Ribeiro or Vaananen
C. Higgins or Grebeshkov
Woywitka or Perezhogin
O'Sullivan or Urquhart
Komisarek or Hamhuis
Parisť or Kastsitsyn

Just say that the best are all none habs prospect .

 
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01-10-2004, 12:48 PM
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Just say that the best are all none habs prospect .
Or... that's just what I honestly feel.

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Ribeiro or Vaananen?

C. Higgins or Grebeshkov?

Woywitka or Perezhogin?

O`Sullivan or Urquhart?

Komisarek or Hamhuis?

Parisť or Kastsitsyn?

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Ribeiro or Vaananen
C. Higgins or Grebeshkov
Woywitka or Perezhogin
O'Sullivan or Urquhart
Komisarek or Hamhuis
Parisť or Kastsitsyn
Same for me.

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Ribeiro or Vaananen?
C. Higgins or Grebeshkov?
Woywitka or Perezhogin?
O`Sullivan or Urquhart?
Komisarek or Hamhuis?
Parisť or Kastsitsyn?

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Ribeiro or Vaananen?

C. Higgins or Grebeshkov?

Woywitka or Perezhogin?

O`Sullivan or Urquhart? No Opinion

Komisarek or Hamhuis? Even

Parisť or Kastsitsyn?

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Ribeiro or Vaananen

C. Higgins or Grebeshkov

Woywitka or Perezhogin

O`Sullivan or Urquhart - Can't decide. Haven't seen O'Sullivan play much.

Komisarek or Hamhuis

Parisť or Kastsitsyn - Very tough.

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Which of these two prospects/young players (drafted the same year, same round) are better NHLers or potential NHLers so far?

I realize that some play different positions, but if you could still evaluate their value.

Ribeiro or Vaananen?

C. Higgins or Grebeshkov?

Woywitka or Perezhogin?

O`Sullivan or Urquhart?

Komisarek or Hamhuis?

Parisť or Kastsitsyn?
Vaananen easily
Grebeshkov easily
Woywitka close
not sure
tough call, I'll pick Komisaurus
another toughy, but I'll go with Parise

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the only guy habs property that i fell better than the other is Woywitka with Perezhogin (perezhogin is just getting an awesome 2nd part of the year with Hamilton )
parise/kastitsyn and Grebeshov/Higgins are pretty even ...
but hamhuis is better than komi
and O'sullivan is better than urquhart
ribeiro need to learn consistency before i put him over vaananen

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Ribeiro or Vaananen? (100% sure)
C. Higgins or Grebeshkov? (By far)
Woywitka or Perezhogin? (By far)
O`Sullivan or Urquhart?
Komisarek or Hamhuis? (Really close)
Parisť or Kastsitsyn?[/QUOTE](Extremely close)

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Which of these two prospects/young players (drafted the same year, same round) are better NHLers or potential NHLers so far?

I realize that some play different positions, but if you could still evaluate their value.

Ribeiro or Vaananen?

C. Higgins or Grebeshkov?

Woywitka or Perezhogin?

O`Sullivan or Urquhart?

Komisarek or Hamhuis?

Parisť or Kastsitsyn?
Vaananen

Grebeshkov

Perezhogin

O'Sullivan

Hamhuis

Parisť

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01-10-2004, 02:28 PM
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Ribeiro or Vaananen?

C. Higgins or Grebeshkov?

Woywitka or Perezhogin?

O`Sullivan or Urquhart?

Komisarek or Hamhuis?

Parisť or Kastsitsyn?

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Vaananen
Higgins
Woywitka
O'Sullivan
Hamhuis
Parise

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Ribeiro or Vaananen
C. Higgins or Grebeshkov
Woywitka or Perezhogin
O'Sullivan or Urquhart
Komisarek or Hamhuis
Parisť or Kastsitsyn


guess thats the same as a few ppls.

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I just can't see woywitka over perezhogin even if I really like woywitka ...
anyway this is just my opionion

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I just can't see woywitka over perezhogin even if I really like woywitka ...
anyway this is just my opionion
Perezhogin doesn't deserve to be ahead of many good prospects right now, including Woywitka.

He's been very slow to adjust to North American play, he's a fairly plain player, not terribly creative, and doesn't work hard enough.

I interviewed him once, and he's a bit of a weird kid - kind of laid back and he plays laid back too. I don't think he'll be a great player.

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Perezhogin doesn't deserve to be ahead of many good prospects right now, including Woywitka.

He's been very slow to adjust to North American play, he's a fairly plain player, not terribly creative, and doesn't work hard enough.

I interviewed him once, and he's a bit of a weird kid - kind of laid back and he plays laid back too. I don't think he'll be a great player.
I've heard that his main strenght was is work ethic and his defensive play .. i dunno but i think he could be a nice 3rd line player ...
woywitka is also a good prospect very strong and good defensively but he don't show more creativity than perezhogin .. both are real good prospect IMO but i'll give the edge to perezhogin because of his speed and his famous wrist shot

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Originally Posted by espion
Which of these two prospects/young players (drafted the same year, same round) are better NHLers or potential NHLers so far?

I realize that some play different positions, but if you could still evaluate their value.

Ribeiro or Vaananen?

C. Higgins or Grebeshkov?

Woywitka or Perezhogin?

O`Sullivan or Urquhart?

Komisarek or Hamhuis?

Parisť or Kastsitsyn?
Vaananen
Grebeshkov
Perezhogin
O'Sullivan
Komi
Parise

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Ribeiro or Vaananen? (100% sure)
C. Higgins or Grebeshkov? (By far)
Woywitka or Perezhogin? (By far)
"BY FAR"??? Please.

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I've heard that his main strenght was is work ethic and his defensive play .. i dunno but i think he could be a nice 3rd line player ...
woywitka is also a good prospect very strong and good defensively but he don't show more creativity than perezhogin .. both are real good prospect IMO but i'll give the edge to perezhogin because of his speed and his famous wrist shot
Well, he's (perezhogin) a responsible all-around player - I think people are confusing being responsible for being hard-working. He doesn't show nearly enough hustle for my liking.

Woywitka is a safer player - nothing fancy, but he's much more solid and poised. It's not Woywitka's job to be terribly offensively creative. He's mostly a defensive guy and he does his job well.

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