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Top 20 Flyers Prospects (#12)

View Poll Results: 12th best Flyers prospect?
D Joonas Lehtivuori (#101 overall, 2006) 8 19.51%
C Jared Ross (undrafted) 8 19.51%
G Joacim Eriksson (#196 overall, 2008) 14 34.15%
D Simon Bertilsson (#87 overall, 2009) 6 14.63%
G Nicola Riopel (#142 overall, 2009) 2 4.88%
G Adam Morrison (#81 overall, 2009) 0 0%
RW David Laliberte (#124 overall, 2004) 2 4.88%
G Jacob Deserres (#84 overall, 2008) 0 0%
RW Rob Bellamy (#92 overall, 2004) 0 0%
C Zac Rinaldo (#178 overall, 2008) 1 2.44%
C David Labrecque (#153 overall, 2009) 0 0%
LW Garrett Klotz (#66 overall, 2007) 0 0%
G Jeremy Duchesne (#119 overall, 2005) 0 0%
LW Matt Clackson (#215 overall, 2005) 0 0%
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07-28-2009, 12:22 PM
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Top 20 Flyers Prospects (#12)

I figured this is a pretty big dead period in the NHL, let's get some type of discussion up. Personally, I don't think any of us consider Giroux(44 games) or Parent(54 games) prospects anymore, they've more than established themselves as NHL players. Neither were invited to prospect camp, and HF is basically the only place where they still count as prospects. Please also post who you would like added to the poll.

1. LW James vanRiemsdyk (#2 overall, 2007)
2. D Kevin Marshall (#41 overall, 2007)
3. D Marc-Andre Bourdon (#67 overall, 2008)
4. LW Patrick Maroon (#161 overall, 2007)
5. RW Andreas Nodl (#39 overall, 2006)
6. D Denis Bodrov (#55 overall, 2006)
7. D Danny Syvret (#81 overall, 2005)
8. LW Jonathon Kalinski (#152 overall, 2007)
9. C Jonathan Matsumoto (#79 overall, 2006)
10. D Oskars Bartulis (#91 overall, 2005)
11. D Michael Ratchuk (#42 overall, 2006)
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went with Sunshine.
Guess we are getting into tossup land with some of these kids.

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Went with Bert. I still have no idea how Rat got the last spot.... oh well.

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I can't vote for some reason but I'd go with Eriksson. He is probably the best of the goalie crop (albeit not a bumper crop) and his fitness is outstanding. His stock is on the rise.

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Went with Lehtivuori.

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Joacim or bust.

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Honestly I cant see anyone from this list having a chance at playing a regular shift at the NHL level for more than injury call ups.

The only ones I see with a shot would be some random goalie since you never know how they will develop or Bert since hes so young and we dont know a ton about him yet. Other than that I feel like we're voting for who will have the best AHL career.

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Hey guys, Kings fan here. I've never seen Giroux play and i'm curious about his game. He was drafted a few spots behind Trevor Lewis before Dean Lombardi was making the draft decisions and I hear very high talk of him constantly, while Lewis seems to be more of a role player. So what's his game like now and what do you expect it to evole into? Would you trade JVR or Giroux if you HAD to trade one?

Thx and GL next year. Hope to see a King/Flyers finals one of these years.

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Originally Posted by Brando View Post
Hey guys, Kings fan here. I've never seen Giroux play and i'm curious about his game. He was drafted a few spots behind Trevor Lewis before Dean Lombardi was making the draft decisions and I hear very high talk of him constantly, while Lewis seems to be more of a role player. So what's his game like now and what do you expect it to evole into? Would you trade JVR or Giroux if you HAD to trade one?

Thx and GL next year. Hope to see a King/Flyers finals one of these years.
He's got the best vision when it comes to passing that I've seen on the Flyers since Peter Forsberg. He's a very smart player who will make that pass that nobody sees coming. He works really hard, and despite his size he won't shy away from contact. He's not bad defensively either, and was killing penalties for us in the playoffs. I see him being a first line capable guy, likely being moved to RW because of guys ahead of him who can put up 85-95 points, especially if he's playing with Jeff Carter. I think with a gun to our head, we would all trade JVR before Giroux.

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He's got the best vision when it comes to passing that I've seen on the Flyers since Peter Forsberg. He's a very smart player who will make that pass that nobody sees coming. He works really hard, and despite his size he won't shy away from contact. He's not bad defensively either, and was killing penalties for us in the playoffs. I see him being a first line capable guy, likely being moved to RW because of guys ahead of him who can put up 85-95 points, especially if he's playing with Jeff Carter. I think with a gun to our head, we would all trade JVR before Giroux.
Nice. Thx Billy.

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