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NHL Divisions All-Star prospect line-ups.

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  1. Birko19

    Birko19 Registered User

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    Ok, I did one of those last year when I was board, it was fun doing it, so I was board again this year and made another one :p

    The rules are simple, the player must be under 22 years of age, and cannot be an NHL reguler, must be a prospect or a rookie.


    Team Central: Detroit, Chicago, Columbus, Nashville, St'Louis.


    Offence:
    Igor Grigorenko - Tuomo Ruutu - Nikolai Zherdev
    Igor Radulov - Danny Feitsche - Scottie Upshall
    Tomas Fleischmann - Jiri Hudler - Joakim Lindstrom
    Pavel Vorobiev - Mikhail Yakoubov - Jordin Tootoo

    Defence:
    Dan Hamhuis - Ryan Suter
    Brent Seabrook - Shawn Belle
    Aaron Johnson - Dimitri Kosmachev

    Goalies:
    Pascal Leclaire
    Tuomas Nissinen


    Number prospects from eatch team:
    Detroit - 3
    Chicago - 5
    Columbus - 6
    Nashville - 4
    St'Louis - 2

    Number of prospects from eatch country:
    Canada - 7
    Russia - 6
    USA - 2
    Czech Rep - 2
    Finland - 2
    Sweden - 1

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    Team Northwest: Colorado, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Minnesota.


    Offence:
    Brent Burns - Mikko Koivu - R.J Umberger
    Matt Foy - Matthew Lombardi - Patrick O'Sullivan
    Eric Nystrom - Jesse Niinimaki - Ryan Kesler
    Alexi Mikhnov - Marc Antoine Pouliot - Ilya Krikunov

    Defence:
    Dion Phaneuf - Kirill Koltsov
    Keith Ballard - Jeff Woywitka
    Tomas Slovak - Doug Lynch

    Goalies:
    Jeff Deslauriers
    Josh Harding


    Number of prospects from eatch team:
    Colorado - 2
    Calgary - 3
    Edmonton - 5
    Vancouver - 5
    Minnesota - 5

    Number of prospects from eatch country:
    Canada - 9
    USA - 5
    Russia - 3
    Finalnd - 2
    Slovakia - 1

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    Team Pasific: Los Angelos, Anahiem, San Jose, Phoenix, Dallas.


    Offence:
    Milan Michalek - Ryan Getzlaf - Joffrey Lupul
    Fredrik Sjostrom - Jared Aulin - Dustin Brown
    Jeff Tambellini - Tim Brent - Steve Bernier
    Corry Perry - Brian Boyle - Konstantin Pushkarev

    Defence:
    Denis Grebeshkov - Mark Popovic
    Tim Gleason - Trevor Daley
    Christian Ehrhoff - Matthew Spiller

    Goalies:
    David Leneveu
    Jason Bacashihua


    Number of prospects from eatch team:
    Los Angelos - 7
    Anahiem - 5
    San Jose - 3
    Phoenix - 3
    Dallas - 2

    Number of prospect from eatch country:
    Canada - 11
    USA - 4
    Russia - 2
    Czech Rep - 1
    Sweden - 1
    Germany - 1

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    Team Northeast: Ottawa, Toronto, Boston, Buffalo, Montreal.


    Offence:
    Thomas Vanek - Patrice Bergeron - Andrei Kastsitsyn
    Patrick Eaves - Alexander Steen - Alexander Perezhogin
    Matt Stajan - Derek Roy - Antoine Vermette
    Jozef Belaj - Chris Higgins - Thomas Plekanec

    Defence:
    Carlo Colaiacovo - Mark Stuart
    Shaone Morrisonn - Milan Jurcina
    Maxim Kondratiev - Mattias Karlsson

    Goalies:
    Ray Emery
    Hannu Toivonen


    Number of prospects from eatch team:
    Ottawa - 4
    Toronto - 4
    Boston - 5
    Buffalo - 2
    Montreal - 5

    Number of prospects from eatch country:
    Canada - 7
    USA - 3
    Russia - 2
    Slovakia - 2
    Sweden - 2
    Finland - 1
    Czech Rep - 1
    Austria - 1
    Belerus - 1

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    Team Atlantic: New Jersey, NY Rangers, NY Islanders, Philadalphia, Pittsburgh.


    Offence:
    Robert Nilsson - Jeff Carter - Hugh Jessiman
    Sean Bergenhiem - Zach Parise - Tumas Pihlman
    Evgeny Tunik - Mike Richards - Petr Vrana
    Jeremy Colliton - Ben Eaves - Dmitri Chernykh

    Defence:
    Joni Pitkanen - Ryan Whitney
    Fedor Tjutin - Alexei Stonkus
    Noah Welch - Anton Kadeykin

    Goalies:
    Marc Andre Fleury
    Henrik Lundqvist


    Number of prospects from eatch team:
    New Jersey - 4
    NY Rangers - 3
    NY Islanders - 6
    Philadalphia - 3
    Pittsburgh - 4

    Number of prospects from eatch country:
    Russia - 5
    USA - 5
    Canada - 4
    Finland - 3
    Sweden - 2
    Czech Rep - 1

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    Team Southeast: Washington, Florida, Tampa Bay, Atlanta, Carolina.


    Offence:
    Alexander Semin - Eric Staal - Anthony Stewart
    Alexander Polushin - Nather Horton - Boyd Gordon
    Greg Campbell - Adam Henrich - Eric Fehr
    Colin Stuart - Jim Slater - Evgeni Artukhin

    Defence:
    Braydon Coburn - Steve Eminger
    Lukas Krajicek - Tomas Malec
    Filip Novak - Danny Richmond

    Goalies:
    Kari Lehtonen
    Maxim Daigneault


    Number of prospects from eatch team:
    Washington - 5
    Florida - 5
    Tampa Bay - 3
    Atlanta - 4
    Caolina - 3

    Number of prospects from eatch country:
    Canada - 10
    USA - 3
    Russia - 3
    Czech Rep - 2
    Slovakia - 1
    Finland - 1

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    I personally think I picked the best prospects out there, maybe I missed some, maybe not, but we all make mistakes I guess :dunno:

    Now here's the question, which team do you see with the most depth, in other words who's the best team?
     
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    well i think if you add someone like pitkanen to the list, then kronwall would definitly make it on the central division one... oh well... nice work though
     
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    I think Team Northeast is pretty good, except for:
    *A few minor line shuffles (I'd personally switch Steen and Roy)
    *I'd probably include Ron Hainsey, dropping out one of the bottom pair Dmen (not familiar enough with Karlsson to decide who)
    *There are some issues with graduated status etc. For instace according to the HF criteria, both Matt Stajan and Patrice Bergeron have graduated. If not following these strict rules however, Jason Spezza should be on the team, obviously on the first line. (I imagine there are quite a few other players in the same situation on the other teams)
     
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    Ajacied Stay strong Appie! ❤

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    Not having Miettinen above some of them just goes on to show how underrated he is.. And the Stars have 2 according to your thread, not 3.. Also, what has Levenue done, that makes him better then Cash? I say they are about on par, I can't come up with many reasons why Cash would be his backup.
     
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    Rules.

    Guys, all the players you mentioned are over 21 years old, the rules are:

    -Players must be under 22 years old (That knocks off Kronwall, Miettinen, and ect).
    -Players cannot be NHL regulers, only if they're rookies (Knocks off Nash, JayBo, and ect, includes Horton, Zherdev, Pitkinen, and ect).

    I wrote the rules on top of the post, but I think you guys were excited about the line-ups and passed that part :p
     
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    Ajacied Stay strong Appie! ❤

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    Darnit.. my bad.. ignore that post..
     
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    I personally think they are pretty much equal, Levenue is a very solid prospect and so is Cash, I guess I just put them that way.

    As for the 2 Dallas prospects, ya you're right, that was just a small mistake and I fixed it, thank's for noticing that.
     
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    Good work!
     
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    Pihlman isn't a RW and Suglobov is a way bettet prospect then Pihlman, Vrana is C/LW
     
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    The positions were kind of shuffled so I can fit the centers, I think it doesn't matter which wing they're playing at as long as they fit.

    As for Suglobov, I know he's a better prospect and should be there, but just like many great prospects that were left out, he's 22 years of age, so that knocks him off, you have to be under 22.
     
  11. 1) I count five Minnesota prospects...
    2) I know this takes a while but SPELLING PLEASE!
     
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    Thanks.

    1- Thanks for noticing this mistake, I actually had it fixed on paper but somhow I ended up copying the rough copy and forgot to type the changes I made.

    2- Sorry if my spelling is not great, I'm not good in spelling, but I take it you're talking about Minnisota :p anyways, thanks for noticing that, I'll correct it.
     
  13. Not just that Edmonton, each, a couple more :D

    Hey just throw in another Wild prospect :D
     
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    Shishkanov should be in at LW ahead of Fleischmann and the Preds drafted 2 Dmen ahead of Kosmachev. I won't get greedy and say that the third pairing should be all Preds but I do think Klein should be replacing Kosmachev.
     
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    Leneveu currently has better numbers in the AHL, was named a AHL All Star and has broken Ken Dryden's records.

    I think its quite possible to argue he's a better prospect :). Anyways I didnt read it as the guy posting one as a starter and one as a backup just the two very best prospects. All star games usually have the goalies rotating on an equal basis as well.

    Knyazev may have more name recognition but he's making slow progress - Matthew Spiller definitely should go on there ahead of him.
     
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    I know i'm gonna sound a bit like a homer, but consider these rangers:

    Blackburn - injured this year, but could easily be one of the dominant NHL goalies in the future.

    Lundqvist - Possibly going to be best ever Sweedish goalie, but has yet to play in NA.

    Nigel Dawes - a late round pick whos was one of the best players at the WJC, and is on fire as of late in the WHL.

    In fact, i would substitute any of them for Jessiman. Hes a long term project, and will either be a star, or a bust. His type can go either way, but Powerfowards are rare, and worth a risk
     
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    Svitov for team SE should be there....
     
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    Noah Welch should be there on D

    another Pen who should get consideration is Anshankov... had a strong WJC, only 19, former 2nd- round pick of the kings; btw, he's a RW
     
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    Blackburn is no longer a rookie, so he's out, Lundqvist on the other hand I missed, I thought he was over 21 years of age but he's only 21, so he will be in for sure, thanks for noticing.
     
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    Svitov is another player whos no longer a rookie.
     
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    I'd replace Mattias Karlsson with Brendan Bell.

    - 1 for Ottawa.
    +1 for Toronto.
     
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    using calder eligibilty rules....


    Kojevnikov-Yakubov-Zherdev
    Shishkanov-Fritsche-Vorobiev
    Glazachev-Hudler-Grigorenko
    Lindstrom-Kopecky-Ellison

    Suter-Babchuk
    Kronwell-Johnson
    Seabrook-Wisniewski

    Leclaire
    Leighton



    I hope you speak russian in a few years.
     
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    I was gonna ***** about the Penguins forward prospects(or lack-thereof) but the age thing kills it for us(Koltsov, Sivek, Malone, etc. are over the age) but I still think Anshakov and Armstrong should be there. Love Eaves getting some recognition though.
     
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    For Calgary, I would say Ramholt deserves to be on that list and Krahn and/or Medvedev could challenge Deslauriers for one of the goaltending spots. I don't know if Taratukhin belongs, and Nystrom doesn't belong on the first line.
     
  25. Where though icarus? I mean I love the defense for the Northwest.

    Ummm then who belongs on the first line instead of Nystrom? Isn't he doing so hot?

    And if Taratukhin isn't there, Wild candidate, Rickard Wallin :D or Kyle Wanvig :D
     
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