2010 - 2011 HFNHL Hawks top 20 prospect rankings

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  1. Dryden

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    1. Jonathan Bernier - in NHL 17 GP 6 W 8 L 2 OTL 2.72 G.A.A .904 PCT backup to Quick. future #1 goalie

    2. Ryan Johansen - in WHL 48 GP/B] 30 G 36A 66 P Projects as a future playmaker for Rick Nash. Had a superb WJC despite playing out of position

    3. Marcus Johansson - in NHL 48 GP 9 G 8 A 17 P Started off slow but has picked it up as of Jan 11. Posting 6 G and 11 P in 22 GP

    4. Marco Scandella - in NHL 16 GP 0 G 2 A 2 P Started the year in AHL. After a call up he was about to gain more playing time before a concussion

    5. Tomas Tatar - in AHL 48 GP 15 G 26 A 41 P late cut by Detroit. Had a short call up to NHL.

    6. Cody Eakin - in WHL 43 GP 28 G 33 A 61 P Late cut by Washington. Has really picked up his scoring since being traded.

    7. Paul Postma - in AHL offensive Dman. Needs to get bigger and better in his own end. PP quarterback

    8. Charlie Coyle - in NCAA led the U.S WJC team

    9. Oscar Lindberg - in SEL despite only getting 3rd or 4th line minutes has put up 11 P playing with men. Tied for lead in Swedes in WJC scoring

    10. Nick Petersen - in AHL Up and down between ECHL and AHL

    11. Phil Samuelsson - in NCAA Really starting to play like his dad

    12. Paul Thompson - in NCAA Leading Hockey East in scoring. Should be a top college free agent this spring

    13. Gleason Fournier - in QMJHL On the small side but another Offensive Dman in the pipeline

    14. Julian Melchiori - in OHL having a decent rookie season in Kitchener with 17 points

    15. Brett Bulmer - in WHL starting to live up to his power forward role

    16. Mathieu Carle - in AHL may have worn out his Montreal welcome. If he doesn't make the NHL next year I suspect he will be a career AHL'er

    17. Mike Pereira - in AHL having a near point a game freshman season in NCAA. wasn't drafted in NHL. Could be a steal in the late rounds

    18. Petr Straka - in QMJHL. Injury plagued season.

    19. Jeff Frazee - in AHL. Since being injured last season he's really struggled. But after Brouder who do the Devils really have.

    20. Frazer McLaren - in AHL Goon with leadership skills
     
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    Charlie Coyle was USA's most impressive player at the WJCs in my opinion. I could see him turning pro next season and not having much of a problem adapting to the pro game.
     
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    Eakin ,Tatar and Johansen are the best prospect in Chicago. Tatar and Eakins are speedster that will do very well in Washington and Detroit....Johansen = Spezza...for me
     
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    I hope. All of the above happens ASAP
     
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    Eakins and Tatar will play NHL next year if Caps and Wings need some cap space...Detroit are old..Tatar look like Hudler to me. ..Johansen AHL
     
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    Thompson named a Hobey Baker finalist and a first team all-star in Hockey East, New Hampshire, Senior, Forward, Derry, N.H.

    - courtesy uscho.com

    One of the premiere scorers in Hockey East, Thompson led the league in most offensive categories this past season including 42 points in 27 games. Overall, his 52 points is tied for fifth in the country, while his 12 power play goals are tied for first in the nation. Thompson was named Hockey East Player of the Year and a First Team all-star.

    • His totals are 28 goals and 24 assists for 52 points in 36 games — 7 game winners

    • Tied for third in nation with 28 goals — has 16 multiple point games


    Coyle named to the Hockey East all-rookie team and rookie of the year in Hockey East

    Pereira was also named to the all rookie team in Hockey East
     
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    Thompson signs with Pens

    Paul Thompson has agreed to a two-year, entry-level contract with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
     

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