Favin's Top 62 Prospects (with ratings)

By Favin · Apr 29, 2019 · Updated May 3, 2019
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    First rankings for top couple of rounds...Let me know what you think.


    1. Jack Hughes (C) USA — 98
    2. Kaapo Kakko (RW) Finland — 92
    3. Bowen Byram (LHD) Canada — 91
    4. Alex Turcotte (C) USA — 90
    5. Matthew Boldy (LW) USA — 89

    6. Trevor Zegras (C/W) USA — 88
    7. Vasili Podkolzin (RW) Russia — 88
    8. Cole Caufield (RW) USA — 87
    9. Cam York (LHD) USA — 87
    10. Alex Newhook (C) Canada — 87

    11. Victor Soderstrom (RHD) Sweden — 87
    12. Peyton Krebs (C/W) Canada — 87
    13. Dylan Cozens (RW) Canada — 87
    14. Kirby Dach (C) Canada — 86
    15. Arthur Kaliyev (LW) USA — 86

    16. Moritz Sieder (RHD) Germany — 86
    17. Philip Broberg (LHD) Sweden — 85
    18. Thomas Harley (LHD) Canada — 84
    19. Bobby Brink (RW) USA — 83
    20. Spencer Knight (G) USA — 82

    21. Ville Heinola (LHD) Finland — 82
    22. Alex Vlasic (LHD) USA — 82
    23. Lassi Thomson (RHD) Finland — 80
    24. Raphael Lavoie (C/W) Canada — 80
    25. Pavel Dorofeyev (LW) Russia —79

    26. Ryan Suzuki (C) Canada —79
    27. Connor McMichael (C) Canada — 79
    28. Ilya Nikolayev (C) Russia —79
    29. Matthew Robertson (LHD) Canada — 79
    30. Samuel Poulin (LW) Canada — 78

    31. Nils Hoglander (LW) Sweden — 77
    32. Jakob Pelletier (LW) Canada — 77
    33. Brayden Tracey (LW) Canada —76
    34. Phillip Tomasino (C) Canada —76
    35. John Beecher (C) USA —76

    36. Jamieson Rees (C) Canada —76
    37. Simon Holmstrom (RW) Sweden —75
    38. Tobias Bjornfoot (LHD) Sweden —74
    39. Marshall Warren (LHD) USA —74
    40. Anttoni Honka (RHD) Finland —74

    41. Nathan Legare (RW) Canada —74
    42. Kaedan Korczak (RHD) Canada —73
    43. Shane Pinto (C) USA —73
    44. Vladislav Kolyachonok (LHD) Belarus —73
    45. Nicholas Robertson (C/W) USA —71

    46. Brett Leason (C) Canada —71
    47. Robert Mastrosimone (C) USA —71
    48. Maxim Cajkovic (LW) Slovakia —71
    49. Samuel Fagemo (LW) Sweden —71
    50. Egor Afanasyev (RW) Russia —70

    51. Ryan Johnson (LHD) USA —69
    52. Daniil Gutik (LW) Russia —69
    53. Karl Henriksson (C) Sweden —69
    54. Billy Constantinou (RHD) Canada —69
    55. Mikko Kokkonen (LHD) Finland —68

    56. Nolan Foote (LW) Canada —68
    57. Nikita Alexandrov (C) Russia —68
    58. Graeme Clarke (RW) Canada —68
    59. Gianni Fairbrother (LHD) Canada —68
    60. Mike Koster (LHD) USA —68
    61. Henry Thurn (LHD) USA —68
    62. Albin Grewe (RW) Sweden —68
     
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    Mike Koster?
     
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    I'd love to hear your opinions on Pelletier & Nick Robertson given where you've ranked them
     
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    So you think Hughes is generational?
     
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    They are similar. Pelletier is better skater. Nick Robertson is very young, probably wouldn't get to NHL before 2023.
     
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    What are these ratings? What do they represent? They seem pointless since you've already ranked the players.
     
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    Yes. Absolutely.

    (and yes, everyone's definition of 'generational' is different...)

    But would say Hughes is top-5 prospect from last decade. Maybe top-3. I think that qualifies as 'generational'
     
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    Index scores based on attributes (skating, size, puckhandling, etc) and probability of player hitting their ceiling.
     
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    Nice list !.......Thanks for posting it.
     
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    Who's Favin?
     
  11. Ranger Spice New York City Shall Always Reign Supreme

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    Kakko needs to be higher...much higher...unless the Devils take him in which case you got it right :)
     
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    If that's the bar for "generational" then McDavid is once in a lifetime. lol
     

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