I just thought I would share my thoughts/ideas on the rankings of the prospects. I personally think it would be best if the prospects had two rankings instead of one. The first being their potential for 1st line, superstar etc. well the second is the likelyhood of them actually becoming that. For example say you have Ovechkin rated a 9 for the first category (Superstar) then you have say an 9 for the likelyhood of his becoming that. So 1 would be least likely while 10 would be very likely. Another example say could be Crosby, first category he is rated a 9.5 and in the second he is rated a 8 or so for likelyhood of becoming that. I think it gives a more accurate picture of what the prospect is really going to become and actually helps the writers get their message across more easily. It works much better for players that are boom/bust types that are usually given 6's because (sometimes 8's but then people question the rating ex. Hudler) they either will become a top line player or won't make the NHL. This way for a player like Hudler you could give him an 8 but give him a 5 or so for likelyhood of becoming that player. Just a thought.