Can you beat this prospects line-up?

Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by NewHabsEra*, Jul 23, 2004.

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  1. Patty Ice

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  3. Teemu

    Teemu Trick question?

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    Not a fan of Fraser? He was the best hawk at the propects camp this year.
     
  4. NewHabsEra*

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    Sorry but I dont think Semin and Eminger are still considered as prospects... I could have added Komisarek and Ryder...
     
  5. NewHabsEra*

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    I think Bonneau is one of the best goons in the CHL and his skills for that type of player are nice... I think he fits well on the fourth line...
     
  6. nomorekids

    nomorekids The original, baby

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    for a thread intended for the sole purpose of some hab-*********ion, i'm feeling a bit underwhelmed. there's some decent prospects on your roster, but nothing that really sets them above about ten other teams.
     
  7. Chaos

    Chaos And the winner is...

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    Think you got them mixed up...
     
  8. NewHabsEra*

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    That statement say lot about your prospects knowledge. :)
     
  9. This may actually be the best team of prospects in the league.
     
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    i doubt that. it's natural to overrate your own prospects, though. you're certainly not the only one who does it.
     
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    Best so far is Washington, but I prefer Montreal to Pittsburgh or Chicago.
     
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    Penguin prospects

    You would be hard pressed to match this prospect list for lines!!

    KOLTSOV MALKIN ANSHAKOV
    MALONE KRAFT SUROVY
    EAVES TALBOT FATA
    MOULSON BARTSCHI OUELLET

    WHITNEY WELCH
    ORPIK NEMEC
    BISSONNETTE FERNHOLM
    SCUDERI (AND DONT FORGET ABOUT TARNSTROM & JACKMAN HEHE)

    FLEURY CHIODO CARON

    And there are so more that definitly are just as worthy to put in there. How about
    Eric Christensen who in 2002-2003 led the WHL in scoring with 54 goals 54 assists
    in just 67 games :handclap:
     
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    except malone,kraft, surovy, fata, koltsov, orpik, chiodo and caron are all out of the prospect stage

    that would be like if i made a nashville list and included dan hamhuis, marek zidlicky and martin erat.
     
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    Eminger, Semin and Sutherby are surely past the prospect stage.
     
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    Well lets see everyone of those players is 24 years old or younger and have spent
    1 season or less in the NHL except Caron and Fata who have 2 years!! how could
    you call them anything less than prospects still, especially when they are NOWHERE
    near reaching their potential yet :dunno:
     
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    Look at how many games they've played, dude. They can't be considered.
     
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    i'm just telling you...the guidelines you're using are contrary to those that everyone else is using. you're using players that are already regulars for the penguins.
     
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    I dunno how you think these 3 players are not still prospects (still soo young drafted
    in 2002) Is a player not a prospect if he is over 18???? :dunno:
     
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    clefty Retrovertigo

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    Read a couple of posts above.
     
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    Really, not all that overwhelming. No prospects on d or in goal that would make the top of any list (Hainsey seems to have regressed the past couple of years, and Dannis needs to prove himself before I consider him a top prospect). A few nice forwards, but with Perezhogin's suspension for a year, and Hossa's inabillity to make the team the past couple of seasons, there isn't much scoring depth either. On the whole, I would rate Nashville, Florida, LA, NJ, NYR pretty similar to Montreal. None have as many high level forwards, but they all have better depth elsewhere.
     
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    montreal Go Habs Go

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    There's really no such thing as the top group of prospects, as it's all based on potential or upside, which in reality doesn't amount to a hill of beans. Yes there are teams with more depth then others, or teams with better top end talent then others and that will likely always be the case. What you get here goes from discussing teams prospects to a pissing match with ra ra chants of my teams better then yours. But it's fun to read some comments. :banana:
     
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    Yeah, with Bruce Lee. Since he's not around though, Mike Tyson could beat that line up pretty well too.
     
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    Well, Eminger and Semin are only 20 years old, and have appeared in only 57 and 52 NHL games, respectively. Both finished the season in the AHL working on their games, honing the rough edges.

    Now Brian Sutherby is 22 and he is the closest to shedding the prospect label... but on the other hand, he only played 30 games in the NHL last season, with minimal fourth-line ice time, and finished the 2003-04 season in the AHL, before he sustained a groin injury. He may be getting a little older, but he has hardly reached the level of an NHL regular yet.


    If one were to remove them...

    Alexander Ovechkin - Jakub Klepis - Eric Fehr
    Tomas Fleischmann - Jared Aulin - Jonas Johansson
    Owen Fussey - Brooks Laich - Boyd Gordon
    Steve Werner - Mikhail Yunkov - Chris Bourque

    Extra: Peter Guggisberg, Pasi Salonen, Andreas Valdix

    Shaone Morrisonn - Mike Green
    Jeff Schultz - Sami Lepisto
    Nolan Yonkman - Jakub Cutta

    Extra: Oscar Hedman

    Maxime Ouellet
    Maxime Daigneault
    Rastislav Stana
     
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    What is the cut-off for prospects anyway? Our own opinions, of HF's guidelines?
     
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