Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Jungle Boy, Mar 15, 2011.
top 5 in 2011 draft?
1. Duncan Siemens
2. David Musil
Beyond that I don't know.
Most seem to fit the 2-way Dman mold
Scott Mayfield is way up there.
Scott Mayfield seems to have alot of offensive upside too though doesnt he?
Seen Stuart Percy play for my local Mississauga Majors, he's expected to go 2nd round or late 2nd but could be a steal. Dunno if he's NHL ready based on his size but in terms of hockey IQ and reading the play, he's ahead of a lot of guys and he doesn't contribute offensively, he always seems to make the safe play so he could be a good late-round pick for anyone who goes "off the board."
thatÂ´s the kind of prospect the Kings need in their system. We have a lot of PMD but after we traded Teubert to Edmonton we lack this kind of player.
and the guy is +49!
Where does Sudbury's Justin Sefton rank in this discussion?
I believe he's more of an offensive defenseman. What about Dougie Hamilton?
Adam Larsson is pretty good, but that depends where you draw the line, how much offense can they contribute before they're disqualified?
Larsson and murphy are top 10 picks the Kings 1st pick is in the 2nd round (and I hope itÂ´s a laaaaate 2nd). IÂ´m not worried about offense, we already have Doughty, Jack Johnson and Martinez in the big club and Hickey, Voynov, Muzzin and Deslauriers in the farm. So IÂ´m trying to find someone to replace Mitchell, Scuderi and Greene.
Dougie Hamilton / David Musil.
Not much, really. Most scouting reports I've read say that he has some, but will most likely become a shutdown D in the NHL.
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