Anthony Stewart vs. Nathan Horton

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  1. Rusty Shackleford

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    Who's better, who has more potential?
     
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    stewart is lazy
     
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    As a Panthers fan Horton if he stays healthy could be an amazing player. Stewart needs to improve his shot but he could be a solid player aswell, kind of glad we have both ;)
     
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    Nathan Horton
     
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    Nathan Frickin Horton... I can't wait til this guy owns the league. HE has the potential to be one of the elite PF in the game... ala bertuzzi.

    hopefully he can stay healthy :( he's easilly one of my fav prospects/players in the league.
     
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    Wanna back that up with some relevant factual commentary, hotshot?
     
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    Horton easily
     
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    I think Horton has more raw skill and at this age is better (more developed). If Stewart can work on his game and get up there, I think he could be a future Eric Cole type player with a bit more offense.
     
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    psh, i agree with him and Im a FLA homer
     
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    Horton. I'd trade Ribeiro or Patrice Bergeron for him in an instant.
     
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    I will I some him play here in Kingston he's a floater.
     
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    not even CLOSE in quality...
     
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    A couple years ago after Stewart's first WJC maybe it would have been a closer debate, but right now everybody is going to say Horton. Stewart basically floated through his season in the OHL this year and really turned a lot of people off. The complacency wasn't a good sign, but you know how it is with prospects, we tend to get too high from the highs, and then too low with the lows... Stewart isn't as bad a prospect as he looked at times this year, and perhaps he'll get his game back on track with a switch to the demands of being a pro. Another injury to Horton and a rebound from Stewart and maybe the poll will swing the opposite way next year. But right now, only members of Stewart's immediate family would take him ahead of Horton.
     
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    He must come from a very multi-cultural, diverse family! Just joking, I take Horton in a heartbeat, mind you his injury problems scare the crap out of me.
     
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    I'm going with the majority here.Mr.Horton has the more potential
     
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    Im not apart of his fam and im going to take him. I live in fla and have seen every camp and scrimmage game with these players. The first year at Rookie camp Stewart was an absolute beast ( a man among boys). He was very powerful and hit everything that moved, and he was fast with a nice scoring touch! Horton was good to but that year i'd give the edge to Stewart, even though Horton made the team. Since then i think Horton has grown into a better player from being with the panthers. In Stewarts 2nd rookie camp he looked pissed because none of the prospects on his team could play wroth s*** ( he couldn’t get a clean pass all game).Their were many times when he would be wide open and calling for the puck and his teammates would try and make some crazy deke and loose the puck( Stewart would shake his head and slam his stick out of frustration). The only other player on the ice that looked close to Stewart was Olez but he was nothing great. I truly believe when Stewart makes the big show, his drive will be back and he will be a bigger impact player than Horton.
     
  19. Horton easily. Potential number 1 centerman He has the Jarome Iginla type of style to him. He can skate, has a crazy slap shot, he hits, he fights. Nathan Horton. He was drafted number 3 for a reason.
     
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    Ya, but Stewart can skate, has a slap shot and can fight aswell ( ask Horton, Stewart broke his jaw in a fight the year before they drafted).
     
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