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  1. Butch26

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    My top 115 of prospect

    What do you think ?

    **Prospect drafted and not in NHL

    1. Clayton Keller
    2. Jesse Puljujarvi
    3. Charles McCavoy
    4. Thomas Chabot
    5. Kyle Connor
    6. Tyson Jost
    7. Olli Juolevi
    8. Kirill Kaprizov
    9. Alexander Nylander
    10. Dylan Strome
    11. Brock Boeser
    12. Luke Kunin
    13. Logan Brown
    14. Matthew Barzal
    15. Nikita Gusev
    16. Colin White
    17. P-L Dubois
    18. Phillipe Myers
    19. Samuel Girard
    20. Mikhail Sergachev
    21. Julius Honka
    22. Joel Eriksson-Ek
    23. Travis Sanheim
    24. Ilya Samsonov
    25. Julien Gauthier
    26. Denis Guryanov
    27. Kyle Wood
    28. Kasperi Kapanen
    29. Evgeni Schevnikov
    30. Jordan Greenway
    31. Sam Steel
    32. Taylor Raddysh
    33. Kieffer Bellows
    34. Brendan Montour
    35. Adam Fox
    36. Kale Clague
    37. Daniel Sprong
    38. Tage Thompson
    39. Michael McLoed
    40. Jacob Larsson
    41. Olivier Kylington
    42. Dante Fabbro
    43. Gabriel Carlsson
    44. Ryan Pulock
    45. Jeremy Roy
    46. Ilya Sorokin
    47. Mikhail Vorobyov
    48. Vladislav Kamenev
    49. Christian Fischer
    50. Jack Roslovic
    51. Noah Juulsen
    52. Adam Mascherin
    53. German Rubstov
    54. Brendan Guhle
    55. Trent Frederic
    56. Blake Speers
    57. Alex DeBrincat
    58. Cliff Pu
    59. Dennis Cholowski
    60. Jake Bean
    61. Michael McCaron
    62. Max Jones
    63. Nikta Scherbak
    64. Brety Howden
    65. A.J Greer
    66. Alex Tuch
    67. Steve Stantini
    68. Jakub Zboril
    69. Nikolay Guldobin
    70. Maxim Shalumov
    71. Igor Shesterkin
    72. Carl Grundstrom
    73. Carter Hart
    74. Jeremy Lauzon
    75. Madison Bowey
    76. Vladimir Tkachyov
    77. Jake Guentzel
    78. Tyler Parsons
    79. Olivier Bjokstrand
    80. Jeremy Bracco
    81. Henrik Borgstrom
    82. Joey Andersen
    83. Haydn Fleury
    84. Matthieu Joseph
    85. Rasmus Asplund
    86. Filip Hronek
    87. Dillon Dube
    88. Tyler Benson
    89. Igor Rykov
    90. Riley Tufte
    91. Anthony Cirelli
    92. Michael Dal Colle
    93. Troy Terry
    94. Alexandre Carrier
    95. Zachary Senyshin
    96. Danton Heinen
    97. Yakov Trenin
    98. Lucas Johansen
    99. Vitali Abramov
    100. Anatoly Golishev
    101. Filip Chlapik
    102. Robert Hagg
    103. Ivan Barbashev
    104. Ethan Bear
    105. Tristan Jarry
    106. Mitchell Vande Sompel
    107. Jordan Subban
    108. Jordan Schmaltz
    109. Jonas Siegenthaler
    110. Keegan Kolesar
    111. William Lockwood
    112. Samuel Morin
    113. Logan Stanley
    114. Taylor Cammarata
    115. Brandon Gignac
     
  2. DeltaSwede

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    I really appreciate things like this.

    Interesting that you have William Lockwood (111) ranked but have not ranked Adam Gaudette, Thatcher Demko, or Guillaume Brisebois. All three of those players are consistently ranked higher up the Canucks depth chart than Lockwood.

    Speaking of Lockwood, I find him to be a really intriguing prospect. Tough to judge his ceiling but he's a really fun player to watch. Lot's of energy.

    No mention of Virtanen could be expected. A lot of people have given up on him and signed him off. Still hoping Travis Green chisels him into something beneficial for the organization.
     
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    Wow that's a lot of names. Nice to see Trenin ranked over Abramov. That's the way I see it when I watch the live games. However I haven't seen them in town this year. I liked what I seen from Trenin at the WJC. Wish Vince Dunn and Andrew Neilson could have wedged themselves in there somewhere. I think Santini and Guentzel may have found permanent homes in the NHL and Nicolas Roy should be rocketing up everyones charts this year but hey that's a lot of names. Good Work
     
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    I'd still have Puljujärvi as #1. Failing to land successfully into the NHL at the age of 18 is no shame. He's got the tools, size and the resume. Just a matter of time when he patches everything together.
     
  5. Chuck Downie

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    Not bad. Good for you for putting the work into this.

    As much as Hagg has improved lately, I would not have him ahead of Morin.
     
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    The Leafs best prospect after Kapanen is Andrew Nielsen (maybe he is 3rd to Grundstrom). Personally, I'd switch him from Bracco.
     
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    Kunin over Barzal is surprising.
     
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    Good list. That's probably one of the bigger lists I've seen so I'm impressed by that.

    Oskar Lindblom is a guy who I think should be on this list. He may not have the highest ceiling as a player, but he could be a really good 3rd line winger. He could become a 2nd line winger but I seen a 3rd line role being more likely. He's 4th in SHL scoring this season with 11G 20A in 35GP
     
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    Pretty good list.
    Just some omissions off the top of my head that I expected to be there:
    Justin Bailey, Caleb Jones, Adam Gaudette, Anders Bjork, Carl Grundstrom, Max Shalunov (if Tkachyov is there) and maybe Anton Rodin
     
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    Good list. I think some people will argue Barzal a little too low
     
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    I think Emil Johansson will play in the NHL quite soon and maybe should be on there
     
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    Thanks!

    For Trenin > Abramov , the Trenin game is just easier to transpose into the NHL . Trenin is really effective in puck protection and forecheck , win face-off also . I see him like a big center of bottom 6 , face-off specialist with ability to score .

    Abramov is very small , so This kind of player must play on a top 6 , or now some team top 9 . Very dynamic player and noise around the net . It is the player player that in 2 years he will have a chance and he will have to take it if he will never play

    For Nielsen , It is a bad luck, I have seen him play once this season and he play terribly . That's scouting .I've heard good things about this and are statistic are very good so maybe he deserve a spot
     
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    I did not Keller forward because of the bad start of the season of Puljujarvi . I have Keller in front since draft . Loving dynamic of Keller , controlling pace of game when is on ice . Always the high head with incredible hands , just fall in love with him
     
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    Not a WJ issue . I have Kunin 8 at last draft . Kunin has a style of games and upside better fit to be dominant in the NHL than Barzal . Kunin will be a special player , a futur captain with one of best shot in league . Very good around the net too . Barzal is dynamic, with good hands but his decision-making is not always excellent and likes to keep the puck too long. I just prefer upside of Kunin


    Btw i don't speech english very well , i do my best
     
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    It's all good, I have no problem with you ranking Kunin over. Just that I haven't really seen that anywhere else so I expect that it will raise some eyebrows.
     
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    Kunin I'm not sure about, but Barzal is a player who will invite controversy. When I first saw him I thought he was really, really good. Then I started to see the flaws in his game. He has talent, but I don't know if the talent he has will transfer to the NHL. He doesn't seem to have a clock that goes off in his head when he has held onto the puck too long. Don't know if he is this way in junior?

    Kunin has a simple game. Get puck, get in position, fire puck. What surprises me is that he plays with an edge, but a sensible one. Still not convinced about his skating.
     
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    not a bad list. while i like kunin alot around 15 i'd have JEE ; colin white & then kunin. kinda 123. just minor correction. cheers.
     
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    At this point of years i have seen 0 games of SHL so i don't class these guys but

    Peterssen , Nygren , Aho , Rensfeltd , Lindlom and Everberg are guys who i will watch him in next month
     
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    You'r right . I love Keller/Kunin/Girard/Chabot/Connor/McCavoy/Jost/Myers/Honka/Raddysh/Clague so maybe these player are too high
     
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    I get the reasoning, but to me upside has be a significant factor with these lists and Abramov is clearly ahead of Trenin in that regard, although Trenin showed better skills during WJC then I expected.
     
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    If i have a choice between these two at draft , would take Trenin because I am sure that it will play in the NHL and will make something that a very low number of player can do . Special player

    I love Abramov too . Two of my best friends , Ouellet and Bellemare play there so i watch a lot of Gatineau game . Very close call , just two position between these too .
     
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    Solid list... though I think the Flyers on it are all over the place!

    You have it as:

    #1: Myers
    #2: Sanheim
    #3: Vorobyov
    #4: Rubtsov
    #5: Hart
    #6: Hägg
    #7: Morin

    Whereas the consensus on Flyers board is probably:

    #1: Sanheim
    #2: Myers
    #3: Lindblom/Rubtsov
    #4: Rubtsov/Lindblom
    #5: Morin
    #6: Stolarz/Hart/Sandström
    #7: Stolarz/Hart/Sandström


    Vorobyov is generally ~9-10th and Hägg usually lucky to make our top 10.
     
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    All last year I watched Trenin steamroll his way through the qmjhl and I was amazed at his strength and speed and size. He would grind people off the puck and pass it off to Abramov at the blue line. When Abramov lost it Trenin would grind another guy for possession. I always found Abramov a floater. I haven't seen him this year but last year really turned me off. I hope Trenin can lock down a spot with the Preds. I don't think the Abramov game will translate. Trenins play at the WJC didn't surprise me. I thought he was going to be a cut. That would have been a mistake but that's only my opinion
     
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    How close was Ryan Graves to making your list?
     
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    To echo a few others, Lindblom is missing. He is top 3 in scoring against men in the SHL....at age 20.
     

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