Prospect Info: 2020-2021 Minnesota Wild Prospect Rankings #15

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Who is Minnesota's #15 Prospect?

Poll closed Nov 6, 2020.
  1. Connor Dewar, LW

    21.2%
  2. Sam Hentges, C

    27.3%
  3. Filip Johansson, D

    12.1%
  4. Simon Johansson, D

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  5. Ivan Lodnia, RW

    6.1%
  6. Nikita Nesterenko, C

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  7. Pavel Novak, RW

    21.2%
  8. Mason Shaw, C

    3.0%
  9. Nick Swaney, C

    3.0%
  10. Marshall Warren, D

    6.1%
  1. Minnesnota Registered User

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    1. Kirill Kaprizov, W - 74.6%
    2. Marco Rossi, C - 100%
    3. Matthew Boldy, LW - 83.1%
    4. Calen Addison, D - 50.9%
    5. Adam Beckman, LW - 43.1%
    6. Kaapo Kahkonen, G - 39%
    7. Marat Khusnutdinov, C - 28%
    8. Alexander Khovanov, C - 35.3%
    9. Brennan Menell, D - 48.9%
    10. Ryan O'Rourke, D - 75.5%
    11. Vladislav Firstov, LW - 62.5%
    12. Hunter Jones, G - 54.3%
    13. Nico Sturm, C - 56.8%
    14. Daemon Hunt, D - 55.9%

    + Nick Swaney, RW

    Only players who are eligible for the 2021 Calder trophy. Calder eligibility is defined as:

    - No older than 26 years old as of September 15th, 2020
    - Has not played in more than 25 games in one season or more than 6 games in two consecutive seasons

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    Thanks everyone for their vote through this, glad to wrap it up!
     
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    At this point I might just start throwing a dart.
     
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    Such shiny new toy syndrome. Dewar is a great prospect, still young, just had a solid pro debut and plays a pro style game.

    Mason shaw has a chance to be a great playmaker. Has great vision and was a great skater prior to knee injury. If he can still skate he may be a dark horse for us. Hes been forgotten about this past year.
     
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    Dewar is an ok prospect. He had a pretty comparable first pro season to Will Bitten's. Actually, looking at it now, it was a much worse rookie season, but they had comparable years last year (Bitten took a bit of a step back. Probably had a smaller role than the year before.) In any case, I think he and Bitten are pretty darned comparable as far as level of prospect. It may be that Dewar ends up the best of the bunch, but we're down to #15. Probably none of these remaining prospects will really pan out. One or two may, but the odds are against most of the remaining guys.

    Shaw could have been a really good prospect, but I very seriously question his ability to overcome the lack of development he's had due to injuries. In the past 3 years he's played 94 games. Last year was COVID shortened, but it was also injury shortened already for Shaw.

    I voted Hentges not because he's a better player than everyone else, for sure, but because he showed offense last season at the NCAA level, so may still have upside that other guys on the list don't. I don't expect much of any of the guys we're voting for today.
     
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    I lump Shaw, Lodnia, and Dewar in the same group. Upside is Mayhew, IMO. Size, strength, and health limits them. Giroux might be similar.
     

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