Prospect Info: 2017 Ranking Special Edition

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  1. tigervixxxen

    tigervixxxen Optimism=Delusional

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    2017 PROSPECT RANKING
    [table="head;width=800]RANK|PREV|CHNG|NAME|POS|TEAM|DRAFT|VOTES

    1|New|N/A|Cale Makar|D|Brooks (AJHL)|#4 overall 2017|133 votes, 54.14%|

    2|3|+1|Tyson Jost|C|University of North Dakota (NCHC)|#10 overall 2016|111 votes, 96.40%|

    3|4|+1| JT Compher|C|San Antonio (AHL)|#35 overall 2013 (T)|107 votes, 60.75%

    4|5|+1| Nicolas Meloche|D|Charlottetown (QMJHL)|#40 overall 2015|117 votes, 37.61%|

    5|2|-3| Chris Bigras|D|San Antonio (AHL)|#32 overall 2013|111 votes, 53.15%|

    6|6|0| AJ Greer|LW|San Antonio (AHL)|#39 overall 2015|115 votes, 53.04%|

    7|New|N/A| Conor Timmins | D| Sault Ste. Marie (OHL)|#32 overall 2017| 89 votes 73.03%|

    8|11|+3| Andrei Mironov|D|Dynamo Moskva (KHL)|#101 overall 2015|94 votes, 41.49%|

    9|7|-2| JC Beaudin|C|Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL)|#71 overall 2015|87 votes, 51.72% |

    10|New|N/A| Igor Shvyryov| C| Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk (MHL)|#125 overall 2017| 89, votes 28.09%|

    11|8|-3| Cam Morrison|C|University of Notre Dame (Big10)|#40 overall 2016|79 votes, 43.04%|

    12|9|-3| Spencer Martin|G|San Antonio (AHL)|#63 overall 2013|70 votes, 57.14%|

    13|18|+5| Anton Lindholm|D|San Antonio (AHL)|#144 overall 2014|71 votes, 57.75%|

    14|New|N/A| Nick Henry | RW| Regina (WHL)|#94 overall 2017| 67 votes 68.66%|

    15|New|N/A| Denis Smirnov| RW| Penn State University (Big 10)|#156 overall 2017| 55 votes 32.73%|

    16|19|+3| Nate Clurman|D|Culver Academy (USHS)|#161 overall 2016|51 votes, 27.45%|

    17|12|-5| Sergei Boikov|D|San Antonio (AHL) |#161 overall 2015|61 votes, 36.07%|

    18|15|-3| Duncan Siemens|D|San Antonio (AHL)|#11 overall 2011|51 votes, 45.10%|

    19|10|-9| Julien Nantel|C/LW|San Antonio (AHL)|#204 overall 2014|44 votes, 61.36%|



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    Added: Dominic Toninato
     
  2. Pierce Hawthorne

    Pierce Hawthorne Formerly Avsare1

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    Voted 17. He's easily ahead of Boikov, Nantel, and Siemens IMO. But then it gets tough and I ultimately think Clurman is slightly ahead just because he has higher potential(Despite being much more raw).


    Tough call between 16 and 17 though.
     
  3. tigervixxxen

    tigervixxxen Optimism=Delusional

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    I think I could go as high as 15. I'm open to hearing arguments so I'm not voting yet but its very unlikely he goes ahead of Henry for me. Clurman and Smirnov I could see a case for.
     
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    Ahead of Clurman, Boikov, and Nantel. But behind Seimens, so I voted 19.
     
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    Ahead of smirnov and cluman. Behind boikov, nantel.
     
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    15 for me. As skilled as Smirnov is, I think Toninato has a better shot at the NHL so my vote is that he goes there. Not above Henry though.
     
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    17 for me... I see arguments higher, but 17 seems like a solid spot for him.
     
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    Don't see what puts him ahead of Boikov. Voted 18.
     
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    If he's behind Siemens that means that he'll never play in the NHL.
     
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    Voted 19th...too little information and level of competition before deciding. Do like what I've read and possibly reconsider maybe higher to 16?
     
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    I put him 15th, so just behind Henry whom I believe has a higher overall skillset but also still a long shot for the NHL at this point, but I think he's got a better shot than Smirnov.
     
  12. tigervixxxen

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    I'd put him between Clurman and Smirnov if I could but that's not how the list goes. I think signing and likelihood of NHL time puts Toninato ahead of them even if their upside is greater.
     

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