Rank these current players

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  1. Senor Rational

    Senor Rational Registered User

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    This isnt exacly a prospect thread so my apologies to the mods if they dont like this thread being here.

    Here are the rules:
    • Rank these current NHL players based on HF prospect criteria
    • So if you put 9, your saying that the player is an elite player with hall of afme potential
    • 8 is a good if not great first line forward/top dfensemen/great goalie
    • etc....

    Federov
    Forsberg
    Lecavilier
    Richards, Brad
    Jackman
    Broduer
    Thorton
    Sundin
    Bonk
    Hossa
    Legwand
    Nabakov
    Kippersof
    Esche


    Feel free to add players
     
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    Senor Rational Registered User

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    Example:

    Federov - 9B
    Forsberg- 9A
    Lecavilier-9B
    Richards, Brad-8b
    Jackman-8A
    Broduer-9.5A
    Thorton-9B
    Sundin-8.5A
    Bonk-7.5A
    Hossa-8A
    Legwand-7.5A
    Nabakov-8B
    Kippersof-8C
    Esche-8C

    Dont forget to add any players you'd like
     
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    Sakic 9.5A
    Brodeur 9.5A
    Forsberg 9.5B
    Sundin 9B
    Thornton 9B
    Richards 8.5A
    Lecavilier 8.5B
    Marian Hossa 8A
    Nabokov 8B
    Kippersof 8C
    Legwand 7.5A
    Bonk 7.5B
    Esche 7.5B
     
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    Seeing as most of these players have already proven they are legit NHLers... I don't see a point putting the 'A', 'B', 'C', or 'D' beside the number..

    Here's mine:

    Federov - 8.5
    Forsberg - 9
    Lecavilier - 8.5
    Richards - 8
    Jackman - 7.5
    Broduer - 9.5
    Thornton - 9
    Sundin - 8.5
    Bonk - 7.5
    Hossa - 8.5
    Legwand - 7.5
    Nabakov - 8
    Kippersof - 7.5
    Esche - 7.5
     
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    I think forsbergs gotta be a 9.5,hes hands down the best player in the nhl.
     
  6. Senor Rational

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    ABCD for example....

    Lindros is a very good player with injury problems. He is a star when on his game and .... well one hit away from ending his career. Therefore he could be a 9D for the fact that he was dominate and still can be, he just usually isnt.

    Ex2: Jagr...great player when h wants to be, however his lack of heart keeps him from being that great, therefore he might get a 9C.

    Ex3. Esche, a young goalie who has done great in the SC and WC, yet he hasnt proved himself consistently. when he does, he could be an 8A.

    EX4. Kipper...same with Esche, one good season doesnt put him with the elite of the league, so he could be a 8.5C 8B etc...
     
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    Is that Barret or Ric Jackman?
     
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    Senor Rational Registered User

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    Barret
     
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    If it was Rick and he was gettin 8.5B god help us all...
     
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    I'm basing my rankings based on "drafting franchise players". All relative to each other.

    Federov-9b
    Forsberg-9a
    Lecavilier-9b
    Richards-8a
    Jackman-7a
    Broduer-9a
    Thorton-9b
    Sundin-9b
    Bonk-6a <--------why was he even put on the list?
    Hossa-9b
    Legwand-7b
    Nabakov-8a
    Kipprusoff-8a
    Esche-8a
     
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    :shakehead: Wait till next year...You won't be saying that then!
     
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    Federov - 8.5A
    Forsberg- 9A
    Lecavilier-9B
    Richards, Brad-8B
    Jackman-7A
    Broduer-9.5A
    Thorton-9B
    Sundin-8.5A
    Bonk-7B
    Hossa-8A
    Legwand-8C
    Nabakov-8B
    Kippersof-8C
    Esche-8C
    Nash-8A
    Heatley-9B
    M.A Fleury-9C
    Lethonen-8.5B
     
  13. Reilly311

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    How isn't Fedorov at least a 9 on some peoples list? :dunno:
     
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    No, next year I'd still be saying that, just like every other knowledgeable hockey fan should. And I am a Pens fan.

    Ric Jackman is NOT an 8.5-ranked Dman. Period.
     
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    I was thinking the same. To me he is in the same class of Forsberg if not better (as for skills alone, Peter is clearly dominant and less lazy)
     
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    Don't forget, Fedorov is getting up there in age, his physical skills have started to deteriorate.
     
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    And still he's one of the fastest skater around :amazed:
     
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    Ric Will Be A Top D-Man

    I guarantee Ric Jakcman will be a top 3 d-men in the NHL on any team he plays for, hes proving it right now playing on the worst team, he just needed abit of a confidence booster, I beleive Ric went 5th overall to Dallas in 96, he will live up to expectations. U watch
     
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