Hockey’s Future Top 50 NHL Prospects 2005

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  1. Salming

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    Let's review.

    Lundqvist at #27

    Niklas Kronwall at #32

    Andrej Meszaros at #42

    Crosby ahead of Ovechkin

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    The website is Hockey's Future not Hockey's Present some player are ahead of others and some are a few years older (see AO vs SC) even though I like Ovechkin more.
     
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    Yes, it's the guess work from August 2005 about how young hockey talents will fare in the future hockey-wise.
     
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    The rankings are also from AUGUST
     
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    Yes, it's not 100% but no one expected that. However, one can see a clear tendency for a preference towards the original draft order. Had Lundqvist gone early in the first round, I bet he'd been higher up in the ranking. He had dominated in every other level. Including an NHL beefed up SEL and a highly competetive WCH. But the draft stigma remained. The same happend with Kronwall who was an absolute force in the AHL last season and impressed everyone in Detroit who actually saw him.

    Meszaros strong play might have been a bit more under the radar.

    I just thought this might amount into an interesting discussion.
     
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    When's the new top 50 coming anyway?
     
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    I think soon :dunno:
     
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    Definately looking forward to it, should have a tonne of changes since alot of these guys now have given up their prospect status.
     
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