Prospect Info: 2020-2021 Minnesota Wild Prospect Rankings #7

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Who is Minnesota's #7 Prospect?

Poll closed Oct 26, 2020.
  1. Connor Dewar, C/LW

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  2. Vladislav Firstov, LW

    4.0%
  3. Sam Hentges, C

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. Hunter Jones, G

    4.0%
  5. Alexander Khovanov, C

    26.0%
  6. Marat Khusnutdinov, C

    28.0%
  7. Ivan Lodnia, RW

    0 vote(s)
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  8. Brennan Menell, D

    16.0%
  9. Ryan O'Rourke, D

    20.0%
  10. Nico Sturm, C

    2.0%
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  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%

    + Connor Dewar, C/LW

    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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    Below are the list of eligible players:

    William Bitten, C/RW
    Mitchell Chaffee, RW
    Brandon Duhaime, W
    Damien Giroux, C
    Fedor Gordeev, D
    Matvei Guskov, C
    Daemon Hunt, D
    Filip Johansson, D
    Simon Johansson, D
    Luke Johnson, C
    Jack McBain, C
    Dakota Mermis, D
    Bryce Misley, C
    Nikita Nesterenko, C
    Pavel Novak, W
    Mason Shaw, C
    Dmitri Sokolov, W
    Andrei Svetlakov, C
    Nick Swaney, RW
    Marshall Warren, D
    Dereck Baribeau, G
    Filip Lindberg, G
     
  2. AKL Boldly Save Us

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    I'd imagine I'll probably be voting for O'Rourke until 9 or 10. Add Nesterenko or Novak.
     
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    Marat.

    Add FJ
     
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    ROR add FJ
     
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    Menell

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    Khovanov has had a rough few months. He would have been much higher a month or two ago.
     
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    Firstov. Add Filip Johansson.
     
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    ROR again
     
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    Menell, top 4 probably, top 6 probably now. Gonna need him if we trade Dumba and Belpedio doesn't work out. Guessing Addison is a year or two away still is why I say that
     
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    Can we just take a moment to appreciate that top 6? A franchise changing caliber pool.
     
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    It's good, but I think we can pump the brakes a little. I see one probable good top-six wing, on possible good top-six center, one hopefully good top-six wing, one potential top-4 defenseman, and one potential backup goalie. It's a good list but we arent into franchise-saving territory yet.
     
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    If Khovanov was just sitting at home waiting for the AHL season to start he would've been picked before Beckman, and maybe Addison.
     
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    I think the wrong defenseman got voted 4th myself.
     
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    Possibly, but that doesn't mean we should just ignore his rough start in the KHL either.
     
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    Yep, we have information on him that we wouldn't have had. That will affect opinions. Had he started scoring at a good rate (.5 ppg?) he would have been picked ahead of everyone not named Kaprizov and Rossi. I'm not about to condemn him as a prospect because of a rough start to his pro career, but I'm not going to ignore it either.
     
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    We have a good top 2-3, but after that it gets questionable.
     
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    I would've voted for Menell over Addison, because I'm big on guys who have actually delivered while playing in a very tough league(AHL), but I was taken with what little I saw of Addison in the pre playoff camp with the Wild, and in the WJC's. He is talented.

    Menell certainly deserves a chance in the NHL, but you could say the same about Belpedio.
     
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