Need some serious help identifying these prospects

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  1. NJDevils#4

    NJDevils#4 Since 2002, bishes

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    HF doesn't have a good system (to my knowledge) of easily finding the teams taht these prospects hail from. (NHL team)...could use some help here.

    Would appreciate if someone could:

    A) Identify the team that these players play for
    B) Overall talent and upside
    C) Perhaps name the top 5 prospects on this list


    This is for a FHL that I'm in...and I'm not a real big prospect guy, but do have some knowledge.

    Just need help finding the teams for most these guys, also a link to a good site would help too...one for prospects -

    Sergei Varlamov
    Mikko Kalteva
    Peter Budaj
    Viktor Oreskovich
    Ryan Steeves
    Mikhail Kuleshov
    Jordan Krestanovich
    Tomas Divisek
    Cody McCormick
    Lasse Kukkonen
    Jonas Andersson
    Andrew Peters
    Tony Martensson
    Joe Dipenta
    Zdenek Blatny
    Sergei Klyazmin
    Sebastien Centomo
    Kelly Guard
    Brett Hemingway
    Tyler Weiman
    Richard Demen-Willaume
    Sean Collins

    Thanks in advance
     
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    This won't be too much help, but all i've ever heard of is Sean Collins. He plays for the University of New Hampshire. He was one of their leading scorers this past season, but i'm not really sure who he could be comparable to :dunno:
     
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    Viktor Oreskovich - plays for Notre Dame. Had an ok year last season. Upside: good size, moves well.

    Brett Hemingway and Sean Collins both played for UNH last season. Since the previous poster posted about Hemingway, I'll give my two cents on Collins. The big knock on Collins is his size. He's about 5'9/5'10 roughly about 175 lbs. Collins has great hands, moves well. A very smart player with good vision.
     
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    Richard Demen-Willaume plays for Frölunda in the SEL, I saw him play today against team Italy and I liked what I saw from him.
     
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    If you're asking whose property they are, why don't you use the search function. Their profile will pop up with their NHL team logo.
     
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    Sebastien Centomo will probably never play in the NHL again. He's probably close to 30 and already had his shot.
     
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    Tony Martensson is Anaheim's property
     
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    He's 24...
     
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    What's wrong with the search? All you have to do is type the last name and it comes up
     
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    Cody McCormick is a Colorado Avalanche prospect. A solid 3-4th liner potentially. Works hard, good defensively, feisty and has some offensive skills. He played a couple games there last NHL season and could find himself on a bottom line this year.

    And If I were to rank the top 5 from that list (which is pretty unimpressive...)

    1. Kelly Guard
    2. Cody McCormick
    3. Peter Budaj
    4. Victor Oreskovich
    5. Brett Hemingway
     
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    Lasse Kukonen was taken by the Blackhawks as an overager in the 2004 draft. He's 23 or 24 now I believe.
     
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    Jonas Andersson

    Will spend the 05/06 season with Ilves in the finnish SM-Liiga.

    Tony MÃ¥rtensson

    Will spend the 05/06 season with Linköpings HC in the SEL.
     
  14. Tyler Weiman is property of the Avs and played for the Colorado Eagles of the Central Hockey League in 04-05. He won regular season and playoff MVP I think and won the award for best goaltender while winning the championship.
     
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    This is like cheating on your homework. :shakehead
     
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    NJDevils#4 Since 2002, bishes

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    Hey take it easy. I've been out of the loop as far as prospects are concerned since I kind of got disgusted with the NHL for a little while. But since then I've grown some excitement for the game again and I'm looking to spark my interest level by taking an FHL. The team I took wasn't that great btw...(obviously by the prospects)
     
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    Really have to disagree here. He had a terrible year. He was expected to provide some scoring help to a Notre Dame squad that needed it badly, and scored one goal (against Al Montoya and Michigan, of all teams!). He really needs to pick up his game.
     
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