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2010-2011 Florida Panthers Prospect Poll #5

View Poll Results: Who is the Panthers #5 Ranked Prospect?
Michal Repik - RW [2007 - 40th Overall] 12 28.57%
Quinton Howden - LW [2010 - 25th Overall] 3 7.14%
Jason Garrison - D [FA] 1 2.38%
Colby Robak - D [2008 - 46th Overall] 14 33.33%
Keaton Ellerby - D [2007 - 10th Overall] 2 4.76%
Kenndal McArdle - LW [2005 - 20th Overall] 0 0%
John McFarland - C [2010 - 33rd Overall] 7 16.67%
Alexander Petrovic - D [2010 - 36th Overall] 1 2.38%
Drew Shore - C [2009 - 44th Overall] 1 2.38%
Alexander Salak - G [FA] 1 2.38%
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2010-2011 Florida Panthers Prospect Poll #5

Bjugstad slots in at number 4. Keep it going everyone, good discussions going on. Nice work with the addition votes. Remember 50 votes or 2 days until the poll is closed. Number 5.

The final list will be comprised of the top 20 prospects followed by 3 honorable mentions. The nature of the poll is there are 10 prospects to select from and you can post who should be added to the next poll.

Used the following requirements for prospect qualification:
1) 25YO or under
2) Played in less than 50 NHL games in career
3) No more than 41 games in a single season.

FLA Prospect Rankings
1. Jacob Markstrom - G [84.78%]
2. Erik Gudbranson - D [73.08%]
3. Michael Grabner - RW [60.42%]
4. Nick Bjugstad - C [50.00%]



List of remaining prospects:

Name Position Draft [Position] League Team GP G A Pts
Joe Basaraba RW 2010 [69th] USHS Shattuck-St. Mary's 52 24 22 46
Josh Birkholz RW 2009 [67th] NCAA Minnesota 36 5 1 6
RJ Boyd D 2010 [183rd] USHS Cushing 35 2 11 13
Connor Brickley C 2010 [50th] USHL Des Moines 52 22 21 43
Sam Brittain G 2010 [92nd] AJHL Canmore - - - -
Brady Calla RW 2006 [73rd] ECHL Florida 16 2 2 4
Michael Caruso D 2006 [103rd] AHL Rochester 67 1 10 11
Marc Cheverie G 2006 [193rd] NCAA Denver - - - -
Adam Comrie D 2008 [80th] OHL Guelph 68 14 26 40
Evgeni Dadonov RW 2007 [71st] AHL Rochester 76 17 23 40
Joonas Donskoi RW 2010 [99th] SM-Liiga (Jr) Karpat 18 14 15 29
Mike Duco LW FA AHL Rochester 59 9 10 19
Corey Durocher LW 2010 [153rd] OHL Kingston 66 15 11 26
Brian Foster G 2005 [161st] NCAA New Hampshire - - - -
Benjamin Gallacher D 2010 [93rd] AJHL Camrose 43 4 6 10
Sergei Gayduchenko G 2007 [202nd] KHL Yaroslavl - - - -
Jordan Henry D FA AHL Rochester 76 13 18 31
Zachary Hyman RW 2010 [123rd] CCHL Hamilton 49 35 40 75
AJ Jenks LW 2008 [100th] OHL Plymouth 52 23 40 63
Corban Knight C 2009 [135th] NCAA North Dakota 37 6 7 13
Derrick Lapoint D 2006 [116th] NCAA North Dakota 43 2 20 22
John Lee D 2007 [131st] NCAA Denver 41 2 10 12
Wade Megan C 2009 [138th] NCAA Boston University 16 3 6 9
Tyler Plante G 2005 [32nd] AHL Rochester - - - -
Scott Timmins C 2009 [165th] OHL Windsor 56 30 24 54
Garrett Wilson LW 2009 [107th] OHL Owen Sound 65 36 25 61

Prospect added: Alexander Salak - G
Votes: Salak [8], Dadonov [3], Cheverie [3], Brickley [2]

2004 Consensus Poll

2009 Consensus Poll
2009 Fall HF Article
2010 Spring HF Article

***WHEN VOTING, PLEASE REQUEST AN ADDITIONAL PROSPECT TO BE ADDED TO THE NEXT POLL***

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Repik, Add Dadonov.

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Robak, add Dadonov.

I think Robak, with a season in the AHL is going to really be seasoned and ready to exceed his draft expectations. He's gotten better every draft year which is what I want to see from a prospect this many years after being drafted.

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Wow...ZeroG and I actually agreed on this one

I'm sure he'll try to change his vote now knowing that

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Wow...ZeroG and I actually agreed on this one

I'm sure he'll try to change his vote now knowing that
Is there a way we can see how people voted?

EDIT: NVM I see that you can click on the number of votes in the poll and it will detail the posters.

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Wow...ZeroG and I actually agreed on this one

I'm sure he'll try to change his vote now knowing that
Is there a way I can change MY vote?

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Is there a way we can see how people voted?
Yes, just click on one of the vote totals.

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Man that 2004 consensus poll is too funny. I probably voted for Stewart too. Watching those videos of him on draft day, I was ecstatic that we got him. Then, watching him in the NHL was a completely different story.

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Man that 2004 consensus poll is too funny. I probably voted for Stewart too. Watching those videos of him on draft day, I was ecstatic that we got him. Then, watching him in the NHL was a completely different story.
But wait, SOMEONE thought he was going to be better than Horton!

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I'm torn between Repik and Robak on this one. Went with Repik. Seems like more of a sure thing, but Robak has the higher upside potential. Argh.

I guess these are good dilemmas to have. Can I give each one half a vote? =/

Oh yes, add Dadonov.

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Also, I'm thinking that if no one prospect gets a 50% majority on a vote there should be a runoff between the top two (or three, if it's close enough) vote getters.

All in favor?

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Also, I'm thinking that if no one prospect gets a 50% majority on a vote there should be a runoff between the top two (or three, if it's close enough) vote getters.

All in favor?
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Also, I'm thinking that if no one prospect gets a 50% majority on a vote there should be a runoff between the top two (or three, if it's close enough) vote getters.

All in favor?
While I will do a run-off if there was a tie between prospects, I think that due to our limited number of votes/posters(generally under 50) this could become a common occurrence. Only if it is extremely extenuating circumstances(i.e. the winning prospect gets less than 30% of the vote then I would do a run-off). Seems like we could be doing this a decent amount and it might bog down the progress of these polls.

But since I'm in favor of a democratic solution here, *if* the people want to do a run-off each time it's less than 50 (note Bjugstad almost had a runoff with McFarland if this was implemented), then I would do it.

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I voted for Repik. If he can fix his rumored attitude problems, he can be a good offensive player for us. Repik also has already had AHL success, while Robak has not even played there yet. Robak could very well be a top 5 prospect next year though if he has a good year in Rochester, but right now I'd rank him 6th or 7th.

Add Cheverie to the next poll.

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While I will do a run-off if there was a tie between prospects, I think that due to our limited number of votes/posters(generally under 50) this could become a common occurrence. Only if it is extremely extenuating circumstances(i.e. the winning prospect gets less than 30% of the vote then I would do a run-off). Seems like we could be doing this a decent amount and it might bog down the progress of these polls.

But since I'm in favor of a democratic solution here, *if* the people want to do a run-off each time it's less than 50 (note Bjugstad almost had a runoff with McFarland if this was implemented), then I would do it.
that sounds like a fair compromise.

i voted mcfarland, add dadanov

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While I will do a run-off if there was a tie between prospects, I think that due to our limited number of votes/posters(generally under 50) this could become a common occurrence. Only if it is extremely extenuating circumstances(i.e. the winning prospect gets less than 30% of the vote then I would do a run-off). Seems like we could be doing this a decent amount and it might bog down the progress of these polls.

But since I'm in favor of a democratic solution here, *if* the people want to do a run-off each time it's less than 50 (note Bjugstad almost had a runoff with McFarland if this was implemented), then I would do it.
I agree with you that we should keep it at 30%. We would likely have more run-offs as we get further along, and it could just bog down the process.


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I voted for Repik. If he can fix his rumored attitude problems, he can be a good offensive player for us. Repik also has already had AHL success, while Robak has not even played there yet. Robak could very well be a top 5 prospect next year though if he has a good year in Rochester, but right now I'd rank him 6th or 7th.

Add Cheverie to the next poll.
We're on the same page here. I also have Robak at 6.

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I went with Ellerby...I liked what I saw even in the limited time that DeBoer gave him. I still think he's got good potential to be a top 4 shutdown d-man. Robak may have slightly higher potential but he hasnt proven anything at the pro level yet and I have a hard time rating him higher than Ellerby as a result. Repik I rate lower only because of the perceived attitude issues that the organization has of him. Talent may be there but I dont think he's going to end up being a long term answer for the Panthers.

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Somone needs to tell me how and why someone can vote Repik as the 5-6th best prospect in this organization. Just don't get it.


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Somone needs to tell me how and why someone can vote Repik as the 5-6th best prospect in this organization. Just don't get it.
Here's my reasoning: Repik produced at about a PPG clip in the WHL with the Vancouver Giants. He displayed a propensity to step-up when it counted, evidenced by winning the Chynoweth Trophy. In his rookie season with the Amerks, he produced[75GP 19-30-49]. If you recall, the Amerks were horrific his rookie year and he was relied upon to contribute offense off the bat and he delivered. He proved that the prior year was no fluke and put up better numbers the following year[60GP 22-31-51]. In his call-ups to the NHL, I've noticed a strong hockey IQ(Montreal game near year end), quickness and good hands inside the offensive zone. He progressed as more time was given his way.

In short he has demonstrated an ability to produce/contribute at every level he has played at(regardless of the situation). He has progressed and projects to be a top-6 scoring winger in the NHL.

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Here's my reasoning: Repik produced at about a PPG clip in the WHL with the Vancouver Giants. He displayed a propensity to step-up when it counted, evidenced by winning the Chynoweth Trophy. In his rookie season with the Amerks, he produced[75GP 19-30-49]. If you recall, the Amerks were horrific his rookie year and he was relied upon to contribute offense off the bat and he delivered. He proved that the prior year was no fluke and put up better numbers the following year[60GP 22-31-51]. In his call-ups to the NHL, I've noticed a strong hockey IQ(Montreal game near year end), quickness and good hands inside the offensive zone. He progressed as more time was given his way.

In short he has demonstrated an ability to produce/contribute at every level he has played at(regardless of the situation). He has progressed and projects to be a top-6 scoring winger in the NHL.
Nailed it. At this point I don't see how he CAN'T be considered the 5th or 6th best prospect we have. He produces, he continues to improve, he's a hard worker, and he's proven he's not a fluke.

And I personally think the attitude issues are nonsense and likely overblown. Sometimes I swear it's like a daytime drama with some of you guys around here.

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Repik here and its not even a 2nd thought from me. I think he should have been #4.


Robak and Ellerby are the next two for me

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Nailed it. At this point I don't see how he CAN'T be considered the 5th or 6th best prospect we have. He produces, he continues to improve, he's a hard worker, and he's proven he's not a fluke.

And I personally think the attitude issues are nonsense and likely overblown. Sometimes I swear it's like a daytime drama with some of you guys around here.
everyone keeps repeating it like it's fact. what i remember is someone (great8?) saying pete wasn't happy with repik's physicality. this was around/after his first or second callup two seasons ago. clearly that has improved in recent callups. i agree with you - this is nonsense. crap, what i described isn't even an attitude problem in the first place.

if someone can refute my recollection/account, please do. otherwise, knock that crap off.

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