Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Starsdude, Mar 5, 2004.
Stars have many but it seems so do most teams
The Wings are in the same boat. They have 3 or 4 good goalie prospects, but none of them are considered "elite"
Same for the Leafs and Blues
The Oilers do. After Deslauriers there's no one...and even he is still a question mark.
Problem is that as Armstrong says the Oil and the Stars are not real friendly
You've either never seen Howard play or haven't seen enough of him. If he continues to tear it up like he has been, believe me he'll make believers out of ALOT of people in defining "elite". He's already among the elite in NCAA.
The Canucks always need goalie prospects. It seems we're alergic to drafting them. It looks like Auld will be up with the Big club next year at the least backing up. After that I think we have that short russian kid playing Junior in (ottawa?) but after that....nadda. Shy.
Lukas Mensator, he's Czech. He's a good prospect. It might take him a while but I think he'll be worth the wait. As for this year's draft, if the Canucks want to take a goaltender there are some good one's like Peters (interview with him on main page) and Shantz (interview with him in OHL section) who are both good goalies available after the first round.
Florida needs a decent goalie prospect bad other then having Roberto in net for us were rather thin
You can never have enough goalie prospects
I think the capitals have the strongest core of goalie prospects in the NHL
Martin Biron and Mika Noronen are already established and one of them will likely be dealt by the deadline.Ryan Miller will be up next year and may be our starter.If both of Biron and Noronen are dealt it leaves Miller and ???.We have no notable goalie prospects,and Jeff Weber is nothing but a career minor leaguer.
The Bruins goalie prospects are very strong
Raycroft is already looking to be a #1 goalie
Toivonen is a future AllStar Goalie
Sigalet and Kaltainen can be Future Backups
Brown and Hamerlik have good potential aswell
Hamerlik is doing quite well as of late....
Nice to see Hamerlik doing well, would've liked to see the Pens sign him, but we do have some pretty nice depth at G.
We have Sanford, Nissinen and Barulin. The latter two are both full of upside.
Montreal's pretty loaded in that department, with Michaud, Bergevin-Robinson, Halak, Heino-Lindberg and the forgotten Vadim Tarasov.
Michaud is a potential starter, Halak has great upside, and Tarasov is old.
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