'07 Hobey Finalists & their NHL Futures

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  1. SaveHextall

    SaveHextall Registered User

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    The following 10 players were selected as the finalists for this year's Hobey Baker Award. I don't get to see much college hockey in NY, but was wondering how people would rank them in terms of success in the NHL down the road. Maybe marking off a cut-off of guys you dont think will make it would be cool too. Thanks for the help.

    Drew Bagnall - St. Lawrence
    David Brown - Notre Dame
    John Curry - BU
    Nathan Davis - Miami Ohio
    Ryan Duncan - North Dakota
    Eric Ehn - Air Force Academy
    Bobby Goepfert - SCSU
    TJ Hensick - Michigan
    David Jones - Dartmouth
    Scott Parse - Nebraska
     
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    montreal Go Habs Go

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    I think the Avs got a good one in David Jones, I don't know if he will be back in Dartmouth for his senior year but it would be a huge loss if he wasn't back.
     
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    actually, there are only three finalists left: The Hobey Hattrick.

    David Brown Notre Dame
    Eric Ehn Air Force
    Ryan Duncan North Dakota
     
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    love seeing two goalies in the Pens pipeline on that list!!
     
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    Doesn't Ehn owe the Air Force atleast 4 years after he graduates?
     
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    6 and maybe more with the war on.

    He can leave beforehand though.
     
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    Hensick will be a solid top six forward on any team in the NHL
     
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    I'm not sure I would say that so easily. He's got some definite skills, still has to prove those can translate to the NHL though consistently.
     
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    SeaBasstian Don't Tread On Me

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    not true. well, it is, but only up till you start your junior year. so he is committed. and it's only 6 if he is planning on flying. it's 4 for everyone else
     

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