Saguinetti, Mitera, Wishart, Fisher, Vishenvky, Summers and Willaims

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  1. Pax Macioretty

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    of these defensmen drafted in the 2006 draft, can you tell me your top 3 of whom has the most offensive potential, defensive potential and overall upside( closest to no.1 defensmen) there the best of the bunch this year except Johnson of course. i'm not that good enough of a scout to post anything so i'l just sit here and watch:yo:

    edit: Summers and Williams added
     
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  2. The Fuhr*

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    How could you leave out Chris Summers. He could be the second best defesneman of the draft. Summers could be a poor mans Phanuef.
     
  3. gars59

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    :biglaugh: and fischer could be a poor man Chris pronger :sarcasm:
     
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    Offensive:

    Vishnevski
    Sanguinetti
    Fischer

    Defensive:

    Wishart
    Mitera
    Fischer

    Overall:

    Fischer
    Wishart
    Sanguinetti
     
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    I'm no guru but I'll give it a shot:Saguinetti, Mitera, Wishart, Fisher and Vishenvky

    Offense:
    Sanguinetti
    Vishnevsky
    Fisher

    Defense:
    Wishart
    Mitera
    Fisher

    Overall:
    Sanguinetti
    Wishart
    Fisher
     
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    1 - Sanguinetti: The Rangers add yet another promising young prospect. Sanguinetti is a very smart player with elite mobility and vision. He looked good at the Draft Combine and as the makings of a great athlete. His quarterbacking abilities are second only to Eric Johnson in this draft, and there is argument to be made about Sanguinetti actually toping Johnson in this particular area. He also is decent in his own end, though he would look much better if he added some muscle. He could blossom as a number 1A offensive defenseman.

    2 - Fisher: Boy is this kid looking good right now. Sticking on a stacked USA WJC blueline while coming out of high school is indeed an impressive feat. He is quite early in his overall development but he has very nice tools to work with. He is big, extremely quick and agile, with good hockey sense, offensive poise and natural leadership. He could end up as a top-pairing two way defenseman.

    3 - Wishart: The Sharks have a relatively safe prospect in this young man. He has decent mobility and a huge frame. He could en up playing around 230 lbs and be an intimidating defensive presence. The Sharks say they like his upside but his offensive game is very raw. He can't get much higher than a Scott Hannan, minus some the leadership. Top four defensive defenseman in the making, and maybe more if the stars line up right for him.

    4 - Mitera: A reliable, tough defender with good shut down skills and mobility. He had a good WJC and figures to become a fine top four defensive defenseman.

    5 - Vishnevsky: The stars are hoping they can get a poor man's Zubov out of this kid, and he certainly has the offensive acumen to get there. His defensive play isn't great by any stretch, and it's not likely he will improve a lot in that regard while playing in the Q. He could still do fine and become a top four defenseman and see some Power Play time, but I'm not sold on him and I rather project him to become a PP specialist who is too much of a defensive liability to see regular time at even strength on a team with reasonable defensive depth. The Stars will have to follow this one closely.
     
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    On who I would take -
    1. Sanguinetti
    2. Fischer
    3. Mitera
    4. Vishnevsky
    5. Wishart
     
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    And Nigel Williams will be a destitute man's Chara.:sarcasm:
     
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    That's funny.

    Of course, I hope better for him but the imagery is funny.
     
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    Fischer used to be a forward, he is still learning the position? (D) and he has the skill to play forward? if necessary to keep him in a lineup.:)
     
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    Offensive:

    1. Sanguinetti
    2. Fischer
    3. Vishnevsky

    Defense:

    1. Summers
    2. Wishart
    3. Mitera

    Overall:

    1. Fischer / Summers
    2. Fischer / Summers
    3. Wishart
    4. Mitera
    5. Sanguinetti
     
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    Sanguinetti has pretty clearly been better than all those guys except maybe Wishart so far in their respective careers.
     
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    But as a Ranger fan, if he ranks Sanguinetti anywhere but last he will be called a homer.
     
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    Offensive:

    1. Sanguinetti
    2. Vishnevsky
    3. Fischer
    4. Williams
    5. Summers
    6. Wishart
    7. Mitera

    Defense:

    1. Wishart
    2. Summers
    3. Mitera
    4. Williams
    5. Fischer
    6. Sanguinetti
    7. Vishnevsky

    Overall:

    1. Williams (he will either be the best or the worst of this group)
    2. Wishart
    3. Summers
    4. Fischer
    5. Sanguinetti
    6. Vishnevsky
    7. Mitera
     
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    Wishart!

    Ty Wishart can and will kick any one of these prospects butts. He is huge, intimidating, and has great lateral mobility for a big man. Ty will have a huge year for the PG Cougars this year, playing 25 + minutes a game PK and PP. Funny thing is, he can handle the minutes without burn out (already played 25+ when the Cougs had injury problems for 20 games last season).

    A good comparison to Ty is a more mobile Derian Hatcher. Same leadership and shot blocking skills as Hatcher as well. I expect Ty to one become a team captain, who looks out for all his teammates. He is an intelligent guy, who leads his team in work ethic.
     
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    I'm just curious as to where you would put Matthew Corrente in those lists.

    Don't forget Persson too.
     
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    Overall both are a bit ahead Williams
     
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    That's good to hear. The more I read, the more I realize this was a great defensive draft
     
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    Better than people give it credit for, anyways.
     
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    Ben Shutron has most of them beat on offense.
     
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    Oh yea...with a whopping 39 points in his 2nd year in the most offensive junior league i can really see that...
     
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    Offensive:
    1. Sanguinetti
    2. Vishnevsky
    3. Fischer


    Defense:

    1. Wishart
    2. Mitera
    3. Fischer

    Overall:
    1.Fischer
    2. Wishart
    3.William
     
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    I still think the Defense in this draft wasn't that great.
    Williams if he puts it all together will be the best out of this group.
     
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    Nah, he just has this weird bias against most CHL players and especially Sanguinetti.

    It has nothing to do with hockey talent, he just doesn't like the guy, so he says he can't play D.

    :dunno:
     
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    Bob Sanguinetti: 68 GP 65 P
    Ben Shutron: 67 GP 39 P

    playoffs:

    Sanguinetti: 11 GP 15 P
    Shutron: 6 GP 2 P
     

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