Please rank these players

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  1. hockeyrules19

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    I know some of these are no longer prospects, but please rank them according to their offensive potential in the NHL.

    Scott Hannan
    Robyn Regehr
    Mike Van Ryn
    Rotislav Klesla
    Niklas Kronwall
    Fedor Tyutin
    Aaron Johnson
    Trevor Daley
     
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    Tyutin
    Regehr
    Van Ryn
    Kronwall
    Klesla
    Hannan
    Daley
    Johnson


    Totally different story if it's not potential point production though.
     
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    We probably don't listen to the same hoackey game...

    Kronwall
    van Ryn
    Jonhson
    Klesla
    Daley
    Regehr
    Hannan

    you see Regehr as an offensive threat???
    and why is Kronwall in the NHL as a 170 pds d-man if it's not caus of his offensive hability???
     
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    You have Tyutin first right? You forgot to list him.
     
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    I did in fact...
     
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    Tyutin
    Van Ryn
    Daley
    Klesla
    Kronwall
    Johnson
    Hannan
    Regehr
     
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    1. Niklas Kronwall
    2. Fedor Tyutin
    3. Van Ryn
    4. Johnson
    5. Daley
    6. Hannan
    7. Regehr
     
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    Tyutin
    Kronwall
    Van Ryn
    Johnson
    Klesa
    Daley
    Hannan
    Regehr

    4-5-6 is where the lists will get sketchy...
     
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    And the fact that Klesla at 4 is sketchy to you and many of us is why lists like these should be taken with a grain of salt. Shouldnt he have won his Norris by now?
     
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    Honestly, it gets sketchy to me after 2. Klesa winning a Norris? I can't tell if you're being serious, so I'll just say that he'd look killer wearing the mad goat head and I'll leave it at that.
    I have bigger fish to fry. My starting RB (Alexander) sprained his knee thanks to thanks to that cruddy astroturf...
     
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    You missed the point of my post...

    2-3 years ago people here were saying Klesla was going to be the best defensemen in the NHL in no time. Now he is near the bottom of many lists.
     
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    tyutin has to be first there,with kronny second
     
  13. Hobey Baker

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    ahh yes....now I get it.

    You'd still take him in Buffalo if the price were right, would you not?
     
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    In a heart beat.

    I wonder if Klesla would be one of those cases where a team (Cbus) would be willing to take a slightly older more proven defensemen with a slightly lower ceiling because they know Klesla wont be able to blossom for another 3-4 years under such crappy conditions anyways.
     
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    Fedor Tyutin
    Niklas Kronwall
    Mike Van Ryn
    Rotislav Klesla

    Van Ryan and Klesla will both have good point production. Tyutin is probally the best offensively but also is responsible defensively


    Only players ive seen play, therefore will only rank them.
     
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    1Van Ryn
    2Daley
    3Tjutin
    4Johnson
    5Kronwall
    6Klesla
    7Hannan
    8Regehr

    Funny, cuz I think the three least offensive players are the most effective now and will be the best of the lot in the future.
     
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    MacLean has said over and over that he isn't going to trade Rusty. He's seen what happened to Jovo and Pronger and neither of those defensemen did a whole lot in their first few years in the league. He showed alot of progress last season...when he wasn't injuried. Remember he scored 8 goals and had a very respectable +/- on a horrible team as a 19 year old. Had it not been for Hueslius, he easily would have been with Heatley and Kovalchuk on the Calder ballot (he would have lost, for obivious reasons).
     
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