2007 Entry Draft Rankings

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  1. Slink

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    when is hf going to update for the new class?
     
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    Haha, seriously. It's been 15 years since Jeremy Roenick could be considered a 9.0
     
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    Patrick Kane - 8.5 B
    Angelo Esposito - 8.0 C
    Karl Alzner - 8.0 B
     
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    Uh, it obviously isnt talking about guys that are at that level right now, and its okay to put roenick cause he was 9.0 in his prime. What you think they didnt update the names since Bobby Orr was playing? cause hes on the list, and well when he was playing this website didnt exist:shakehead

    The names are good, there is no problem with it.
     
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    I like those. heres 2 more.

    Jakub Voracek 8.5B
    Alexei Cherepanov 8.5C

    I think Chere really has that kind of potential, but he'll probably not totally reach it and be more like a 8.0, wich is why he gets C
     
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    top 5 are 8.0- 8.5
     
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    1 Alzner 7A .........number one D
    2 Ellerby 7C............decent Size and Skills
    3 Blum 7C..............high pick but he isnt NHLer
    4 Petrecki 6A.........size and physical
    5 Hickey 6A.............second Bobby Orr but is enough for Todays NHL
    6 Cross 5C........Overatted high school league are you kidding me but projected high
    7 Valach 6A.......Not physical European but great skater for his size 6´7" 220 pounds
    8 Grant 5C........big question for me but he is only for AHL .....
    9 Katic 5B.............OHL good D but enough for NHL
    10 Bortuzzo 6C........Hmmmmmmm well see
    11 Shatenkirk 5C..........overatted
    12 Plante 6A.........slow skater good shot weak in corners but good for NHL size

    Alzner 3-8 overall my no 6
    Ellerby 5-15 overall my no 11
    Blum 12-30 overall my no 13
    Petrecki 8-22 overall my no 21
    Hickey 15-45 overall my no 35
    Cross 20-60 overall my no 53
    Valach 30-75 overall my no 47
    Grant 40-80 overall my no 77
    Katic 45-90 overall my no 75
    Bortuzzo 70-190 overall My no 125
    Shatenkirk 25-130 overall my no 30
    Plante 15-50 overall my no 26


    Good night :yo:
     
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    Shattenkirk as only "maybe" in reaching #7 defenceman? A lot of these are pretty bold statements. You have too many "A's", especially at this point in development, I don't think anyone is guaranteed to reach the potential they are given.
     
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    Voracek 8B
    Kane 8.5C
    Van Riemsdyk 8B
    Turris 8B
    Cherepanov 8.5C
    Alzner 8B
    Couture 7.5A
    Hamill 7.5B
    Gagner 8B
    Shattenkirk 8B
    McDonagh 8B
    Backlund 8.5C
    Esposito 8.5D
    Ellerby 7B
    Moller 7B
    Sweatt 7B
    Eller 8C
    Blum 7.5B
    Mayorov 8C
     
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    :amazed: :biglaugh:

    Way too many A's, and do you know how the rankings work? Cause if Alzner where to be a number one dman, well he should have an 8, not 7. And petrecki and Hickey have the potential to be a 2nd pairing dman in my opninion, but according to you they would be no 5-6 dmen. weird
     
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    Out of this group of D-men posted, I'd rank the top 3 this way as of now:
    -Alzner
    -Shattenkirk
    - Petrecki

    This is not basing them on their current ability-level as of TODAY.
    This is based on which players I believe will develop into the best pro-level player in due course (the supposed true foundation of 'scouting', no?).
     
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    You make a very persuasive point. ;)

    But seriously, those examples are definitely long overdue for an update. Let me see what I can do.
     

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