Beside Crosby , who are the can't miss prospect in the 2005-2006 draft ?

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by HabsBaby18*, Jun 30, 2004.

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  1. HabsBaby18*

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    Ok , I am working on a deal (fhl league) where I could have possibly the second overall pick in the 2005-2006 (for now it is a 2nd) and a 8th overall pick (for me), but beside sidney crosby , I don't know what others big names prospect there is. I have been looking around the internet to search for the eligible 2005-2006 players but I found nothing.


    Anybody knows ?

    ps : I was thinking to post this in the fhl forums but this board has more person answering , but if it doesn't belong here , just move it.
     
  2. Shane

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    Daniel Bertram and Gilbert Brule.
     
  3. HabsBaby18*

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    thanks , do you know how much they are good ? cuz I am giving Braydon Coburn in that deal (and others , but the other one are not sure , probably hemingway and shiskanov)
     
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    Some top 2005 guys:

    -Sidney Crosby
    -Gilbert Brule
    -Vitali Anikeeno
    -Teemu Laakso
    -Tuukka Rask
    -Jakub Kindl
    -Guillaume Latendresse
    -Daniel Bertram
    -Jack Johnson
    -Marek Zagrapan
     
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    what a bout Daniel Ryder
     
  6. HabsBaby18*

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    base on what you said guys , do you think that a deal like Braydon Coburn + Timofei Shiskanov + Colin Hemingway vs 2nd overall pick + 8th overall pick would be good for me , or I would give too much ??
     
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    In a keeper league? I'd definitely go for that deal.
     
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    Marc Staal is looking damn good as a shoe in for a top 5, simply put, he was way better then his brother at 16, and he'll prolly continue to be better then Eric at 17, the only catch is Marc is a defenseman, and a very solid one at that.
     
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    First Round Material, not top 5
     
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    Rabid Ranger 2 is better than one

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    Phil Kessel in 2006. Small, at least right now, but a dynamic offensive player.
     
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    Jesse Joensuu - eligible in the 2006 draft. Expected to turn into a genuine superstar
     
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    Jack Johnson. I'm hoping the Habs get Johnson next year.
     
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    Kitchener just drafted Kindl in the Import Draft! :handclap:
     
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    Top OHL guys: No particular order

    Bobby Ryan
    Matt Lashoff
    Marc Staal
    Deveraux Heshmatpour
    Daniel Ryder
    Bryan Little(05/06?)
     
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    I think you're a little off base there, maybe top 15.
     
  16. Letang fan 58

    Letang fan 58 No More Fleury

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    how about sami sandell has anyone heard of him, have any idea where he might go in the draft or seen a profile on him?
     
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    For 2006 Bryan Little looks like he has a head start to be selected # 1.He was
    rookie of the year in the OHL as a very young rookie Dec. 1987 DOB and had
    a great season.I haven't seen him play but I here he is very skilled.
     
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    here was my list in a previous thread about the 05 Draft? Opinions?

    1. Sidney Crosby, C, Rimouski (QMJHL)
    2. Gilbert Brule, C, Vancouver (WHL)
    3. Guillaume Latendresse, LW, Drummondville (QMJHL)
    4. Vitaly Anikeenko, D, Yaroslavl (Russia)
    5. Teemu Lakkso, D, Helsinki (Finland)
    6. Daniel Bertram, C, Boston College (NCAA)
    7. Jakub Kindl, D, Czech Republic
    8. Chris Durand, C, Seattle (WHL)
    9. Andrew Cogliano, C, St. Michael's Jr. A (OPJHL)
    10. Jack Johnson, D, US Under 18
    11. Tuukka Rask, G, Tampere (Finland)
    12. Devin Setoguchi, C, Saskatoon (WHL)
    13. JP Levasseur, G, Rouyn-Noranda (QMJHL)
    14. Gennady Churilov, LW, Russia
    15. Jakub Vojta, D, Czech Republic
    16. Christopher Gawlick, F, Germany
    17. Bobby Ryan, RW, Owen Sound (OHL)
    18. Marek Zagrapan, F, Zlin (Slovakia)
    19. Niklas Bergfors, F, Sweden
    20. Vyacheslav Buravchikov, D, Russia
    21. Marc Staal, D, Sudbury (OHL)
    22. Ryan Mior, G, PEI (QMJHL)
    23. Risto Korhonen, D, Kartpat (Finland)
    24. Jean-Philippe Paquet. D Shawinigan
    25. Alex Bourret, RW, Lewiston (QMJHL)
    26. Ryan Wilson, D, St. Michael's (OHL)
    27. Jack Skille, LW, US Under 18 Team
    28. Daniel Ryder F Peterborough (OHL)
    29. Nick Drazenovic, C, Prince George (WHL)
    30. Matt Lahoff, D, Kitchener (OHL)
    31. Ryan O'Marra, C/LW, Erie (OHL)
    32. Mike Gauthier, D, Prince Albert (WHL)
    33. Vladimar Kovac G, Slovakia
    34. Alex Sopin, F, Russia
    35. Ray Macias, D, Kamloops (WHL)
    36. Denis Istomin, F, Russia
    37. Marek Bartanus, F, Slovakia
    38 Miika Lahti, F, Finland
    39. Luc Bourdon, D, Val D'Or (QMJHL)
    40. Patrick McNeill, D, Saginaw (OHL)
    41. Devereaux Heshmatpour. D Kitchener (OHL)
    42. Jason Lawrence, RW, US under 17 Team
    43. Brock Bradford, C, (BCJHL)
    44. Alexander Bumagin, LW, Russia
    45. Andrew Androcopolous,D, QMJHL
     
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    Guillaume Latendresse is that good ? wow , He was at my school and I didn't thought he was going to be in the top 5 ... congrats to him and shame on my ignorance :lol
     
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    Guillaume at this point is the 3rd best forward in the 05' class.

    My top 10 other than Crosby:

    Brule
    Anikeenko
    Latendresse
    Laaksu
    Kindl
    Bertram
    Cogliano
    Durand
    Gauthier
     
  21. Knowing that the Rangers will have a high pick next year, I'm almost more excited for this draft than the season.
     
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    Looks nice, wonder when the last time was the OHL didn't havea player in the top 15?
     
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    It's ok, the OHL will get back at the WHL when 1/2 of their 1st round forwards will bust.
     
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    Do you think Brule will draft ahead of Latendresse come draft time? Personally I don't think so basically due to:

    1. The NHL game favours larger players
    2. Their offensive stats are roughly equal (at least until you factor in a Q vs WHL 10 or 15% extra scoring
    3. +/- stats favour Latendresse even if you compare them only relative to their teammates (Brule's were average while Latendresse lead his team as a rookie)
    4. Latendresse is almost half a year youger (5 months)
    5. Latendresse was second on his team in hits (behind a defenceman) again as a rookie

    That being said Brule was chosen rookie of the year in the CHL(edit: make that WHL whereas Latendresse was not rookie of the year in the Q) and not Latendresse so I think we can assume intangibles (not statistics) made up the difference.

    So the question remains; Will Brule still be better a year from now AND by enough to make up the difference in size and age to be drafted ahead of Latendresse?
     
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    I think Miika Lahti should be that list also. He make last year 7+7=14 points 35 game in finnish A-junior league. He is something about 6'1 or 6'2 tall and he is only next year eligible finnish forward who is favorite to make finnish U20-championship team. I put him that list somewhere around TOP20 and i think Risto Korhonen should be higher too. Sami-Petteri Sandel is great player too, but idon't think he is first round candidate, first day maybe.
     
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