Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by bleublancrouge, Oct 27, 2004.
Do you know when Hockey's future will publish their new top 50 prospects for 2004-2005?
They are working on the write-up for each entry as we speak (or, in this case, type).
Can you tell me how many of Eric Fehr, Steve Eminger, Alexander Semin, Shaone Morrisonn, Jared Aulin, Jakub Klepis, Thomas Fleischmann and Brooks Laich are on the list?
At least Semin and maybe Fehr...Eminger and Morrisonn might just sneak into the later parts...so at least two, maybe four.
Klepis, Laich and Aulin? :lol
Top 250 prospect list?
Aulin was on last year's list...
You'll have to wait for the list to come out for more exact information.
Would we one day see a top 100 prospect list?
Toivonen better be ahead of Stuart this time. Toivonen is easily first on the bruin prospect list with Stuart not far behind though. Toivonen around 20 and Stuart between (25-35)
I'm looking forward to the list in a big way. With the quality of the team rankings this time around, I have high expectations for the prospect rankings. Y'all better include Fehr and Eminger though, or there will be hell to pay!
I can't wait to see the new list.Some prospects will go down on the list this time.OUF ! Jessiman willl drop alot IMO !
Looking forward to seeing Koltsov, Kesler, Auld, Schneider, and Skinner in the top 20.
Fedorov is at least #8 based on potential, and eating habits.
i don't think jessiman is even on the list for top 50 prospects in the first place
Dont forget King and Fedorov!
Hopefully... Steen and Colaiacovo are both top 25 this time around. I could see Steen in the top 20, his game has risen to a new level.
I could easily see both of them out of the top 30
O'Sullivan should be higher, Harding should be on it too with Koivu maybe falling...And maybe, maybe outside chance of Voloshenko, Thelen, and/or Burns...
hopefully this time, maybe we can see Alexander Semin on there too
How do you figure? They havn't done anything which would lead me to believe they should be droped in the rankings. I think Steen has been improving and i would see him around the same spot as last year,or a little higher and Colaicovo around the same as where he was last year. I wasn't aware of Alexander Steen struggling last year so I don't know why he would be falling. Everywhere I've read, I been hearing that he has been improving.
Because more prospects have been drafted and also been improving.
Is this the time that Ryan Whitney finally gets some ****ing respect?
Highly doubtful...this guy gets no respect from HF...
Hasn't done a whole lot to earn it IMO.
I'd expect O'Sullivan to be in there around 20, followed by maybe Burns and/or Koivu between 25 and 40. I don't think Harding stands a chance and not too sure about Thelen.