Habs76's 2018-19 Top 62 Draft Rankings (Oct. 24)

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  1. Habs76

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    RankPlayer Name (Sept. Rank)PosTeamLeagueBirthplaceHeightWeightGAPGPGPGAPGPPG
    1Kaapo Kakko (3)RW/CTPSLiigaTurku, Finland6'1"1813710140.21430.50.7143
    2Jack Hughes (1)CUS National U18 Development ProgramUSNTDPOrlando, FL, USA5'10"16821416110.18181.27271.4545
    3Kirby Dach (6)CSaskatoon BladesWHLSt. Albert, AB, Canada6'4"19871522120.58331.251.8333
    4Alex Turcotte (2)CUS National U18 Development ProgramUSNTDPIsland Lake, IL, USA5'11"19411220.50.51
    5Trevor Zegras (12)CUS National U18 Development ProgramUSNTDPBedford, NY, USA6'0"1684711100.40.71.1
    6Dylan Cozens (7)CLethbridge HurricanesWHLWhitehorse, YT, Canada6'3"18571118130.53850.84621.3846
    7Ryan Suzuki (13)CBarrie ColtsOHLLondon, ON, Canada6'0"17251621110.45451.45451.9091
    8Victor Soderstrom (10)DBrynas IF J20SuperElitSkutskar, Sweden5'11"176178140.07140.50.5714
    9Bowen Byram (5)DVancouver GiantsWHLCranbrook, BC, Canada6'1"1925712140.35710.50.8571
    10Philip Broberg (9)DAIKAllsvenskanOrebro, Sweden6'3"1980331300.23080.2308
    11Raphael Lavoie (11)FHalifax MooseheadsQMJHLMontreal, QC, Canada6'4"19211718130.84620.53851.3846
    12Cam York (14)DUS National U18 Development ProgramUSNTDPAnaheim Hills, CA, USA5'11"1722810110.18180.72730.9091
    13Alex Newhook (4)CVictoria GrizzliesBCHLSt. John's, NL, Canada5'11"18391524170.52940.88241.4118
    14Vasili Podkolzin (8)RWSKA-1946 St. PetersburgMHLRussia6'1"190527100.50.20.7
    15Matthew Boldy (41)RWUS National U18 Development ProgramUSNTDPMillis, MA, USA6'2"1879413110.81820.36361.1818
    16Cole Caufield (16)RWUS National U18 Development ProgramUSNTDPStevens Point, WI, USA5'7"157437110.36360.27270.6364
    17Arthur Kaliyev (26)LWHamilton BulldogsOHLDelray Beach, FL, USA6'2"1901310231310.76921.7692
    18Matthew Robertson (17)DEdmonton Oil KingsWHLEdmonton, AB, Canada6'4"201044800.50.5
    19Moritz Seider (21)DAdler MannheimDELZell, Germany6'4"183101110.090900.0909
    20Connor McMichael (NR)CLondon KnightsOHLAjax, ON, Canada6'0"1709312110.81820.27271.0909
    21Martin Hugo Has (18)DTappara U20Jr. A SM-LiigaPraha, Czech Republic6'4"187325100.30.20.5
    22Patrik Puistola (55)LWTappara U20Jr. A SM-LiigaTampere, Finland6'0"1709716160.56250.43751
    23Mikko Kokkonen (36)DJukuritLiigaMikkeli, Finland5'11"190167150.06670.40.4667
    24Pavel Dorofeyev (47)LW/RWMetallurg MagnitogorskKHLNizhny Tagil, Russia6'0"1630009000
    25Anttoni Honka (15)DJYPLiigaJyvaskyla, Finland5'10"170134130.07690.23080.3077
    26Dillon Hamaliuk (NR)LWSeattle ThunderbirdsWHLLeduc, AB, Canada6'3"201691580.751.1251.875
    27Nolan Foote (40)LWKelowna RocketsWHLDenver, CO, USA6'3"1877512130.53850.38460.9231
    28Ben Brinkman (28)DUniversity of Minnesota-MankatoWCHAEdina, MN, USA6'1"1810002000
    29Michael Vukojevic (20)DKitchener RangersOHLOakville, ON, Canada6'2"203145120.08330.33330.4167
    30Robert Mastrosimone (19)C/LWChicago SteelUSHLEast Islip, NY, USA5'10"17044880.50.51
    31Nils Hoglander (44)LWRogle BKSHLBocktrask, Sweden5'9"1850111000.10.1
    32Matvei Guskov (30)CLondon KnightsOHLNizhnekamsk, Russia6'1"172369110.27270.54550.8182
    33Albin Grewe (32)RWDjurgardens IF J20SuperElitMarsta, Sweden6'0"17661218130.46150.92311.3846
    34Henry Thrun (56)DUS National U18 Development ProgramUSNTDPSouthborough, MA, USA6'2"19013480.1250.3750.5
    35John Beecher (NR)CUS National U18 Development ProgramUSNTDPElmira, NY, USA6'3"2030661100.54550.5455
    36Jake Lee (NR)DSeattle ThunderbirdsWHLSherwood Park, AB, Canada6'2"21621012100.211.2
    37Marcus Kallionkieli (NR)LWSioux City MusketeersUSHLHelsinki, Finland6'1"17681971.14290.14291.2857
    38Kaedan Korczak (53)DKelowna RocketsWHLYorkton, SK, Canada6'3"19221012150.13330.66670.8
    39Ville Heinola (58)DLukkoLiigaHonkajoki, Finland5'11"176011900.11110.1111
    40Ryan Johnson (NR)DSioux Falls StampedeUSHLIrvine, CA, USA6'0"16113470.14290.42860.5714
    41Yegor Spiridonov (62)CStalnye Lisy MagnitogorskMHLRussia6'2"1924610120.33330.50.8333
    42Tobias Bjornfot (24)DDjurgardens IF J20SuperElitUpplands Vasby, Sweden6'0"187246140.14290.28570.4286
    43Simon Holmstrom (34)RWHV71 J20SuperElitTranas, Sweden5'11"172022400.50.5
    44Artemi Knyazev (29)DChicoutimi SagueneenesQMJHLKazan, Russia5'11"176336130.23080.23080.4615
    45Graeme Clarke (42)RWOttawa 67'sOHLOttawa, ON, Canada6'0"174549140.35710.28570.6429
    46Blake Murray (31)CSudbury WolvesOHLUxbridge, ON, Canada6'3"185448120.33330.33330.6667
    47Daniil Misyul (NR)DLoko YaroslavlMHLMinsk, Belarus6'3"176156170.05880.29410.3529
    48Daniil Gutik (49)LWLoko YaroslavlMHLRussia6'3"179156150.06670.33330.4
    49Michal Teply (45)LWBili Tygri LiberecCzechHavlickuv Brod, Czech Republic6'2"163022900.22220.2222
    50Nicholas Porco (NR)LWSaginaw SpiritOHLSault Ste. Marie, ON, Canada6'0"1768210110.72730.18180.9091
    51Josh Williams (38)RWMedicine Hat TigersWHLLangley, BC, Canada6'1"1850551300.38460.3846
    52Harrison Blaisdell (35)LWChilliwack CheifsBCHLRegina, SK, Canada5'10"17611819180.61110.44441.0556
    53Maxim Cajkovic (37)RWSaint John Sea DogsQMJHLBratislava, Slovakia5'11"187358130.23080.38460.6154
    54Leevi Aaltonen (NR)LWKalPaLiigaMikkeli, Finland5'9"154011600.16670.1667
    55Kalle Loponen (NR)DKarpat U20Jr. A SM-LiigaHameenlinna, Finland5'11"185167140.07140.42860.5
    56Thomas Harley (NR)DMississauga SteelheadsOHLSyracuse, NY, USA6'3"1833710120.250.58330.8333
    57Ryder Donovan (54)CDuluth East HighUSHS-MNDuluth, MN, USA6'4"1850000#DIV/0!#######DIV/0!
    58John Farinacci (60)CMuskegon LumberjacksUSHLChatham, NJ, USA6'0"181213210.51.5
    59Maxence Guenette (NR)DVal-d'Or ForeursQMJHLSainte-Foy, QC, Canada6'1"181156120.08330.41670.5
    60Ilya Altybarmakyan (NR)LWSKA-Varyagi im. MorozovaMHLSt. Petersburg, Russia5'11"179437100.40.30.7
    61Sasha Mutala (51)RWTri-City AmericansWHLVancouver, BC, Canada6'1"19626890.22220.66670.8889
    62Christopher Giroday (NR)DGreen Bay GamblersUSHLToronto, ON, Canada6'1"17412390.11110.22220.3333
     
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  2. ViktorBaeArvidsson

    ViktorBaeArvidsson I like Mock Drafts.

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    Dang Kakko at #1! Idk if that’ll happen, but he’s looking very good this year.
     
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    Krebs?
     
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  4. Habs76

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    Krebs on my ND list after the Hlinka. I haven't seen him yet with Kootenay, so I haven't had the opportunity for a change in opinion yet, but he looked horrible there. Slow, making sloppy, blind passes to no one in particular and honestly just going through the motions. I'm sure that's not his game most of the time but I need to see him play better.
     
  5. Tryamkin

    Tryamkin Never gonna give you up...

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    I'm very much not a Krebs fan either, but to not put him on the list is a bit of an interesting take.
    If you could for next time, indicate your DND List as well.
     
  6. Habs76

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    It's not necessarily that I wouldn't take him anywhere in my top 62, but that I would take him so late that there's almost 0 chance of him actually being there, so I didn't bother.
     
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    No Krebs, Pelletier, Poulin, Légaré, goalies...and guys like Clarke and Williams over them. :shakehead

    Everyone’s entitled to their opinion, but yours is wrong. Lol.
     
  8. Habs76

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    Shoulda mentioned it here, but I rank goalies separately from players, that's the only reason they're not included.

    Krebs and Pelletier I removed from my list entirely, because I just know both would get picked before I would consider picking them, and for that reason they're on my no draft list.

    The other two are both interesting players.

    Legare had a hot start. That's all. He finished on some chances, but he's not able to make plays himself, he's a garbage collector and those guys rarely have their offense translate to the NHL. His point production has died down some after the first ~7 games where he scored 15 points, and will continue to level out as the season goes on. The guy has 0 chance of ever being a top six forward- and that's what I look for. Potential. Because if you draft a player who has that high potential, but obviously is unlikely to hit it, they can still wind up being players who populate third and fourth lines if they don't turn out and are forced to adapt their game. I have little interest for the most part in drafting a "low potential player" for that reason.

    Now Poulin, should probably be here. I like everything about his game, especially his hands in tight- minus his skating. His skating is such a massive red flag, among the worst for top prospects, but I could still see him being something a long the lines of a ~20-goal version of JvR if all things go as planned. He should debut in my next rankings.
     
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    You’re looking for potential, and you have Krebs and Pelletier in the third round or lower? Both prospects are excellent character guys tailor made for the modern NHL who are proving they can drive a line and put up great offensive numbers. And you’re making the case against Krebs, at least, on viewings from a tournament where he actually played quite well?

    And again, you have guys like Clarke ahead of them? There is no excuse for that, nada. Even if you watched the worst imaginable game or two of Krebs and Pelletier and the best imaginable of Clarke, you should have enough respect for the scouting of professionals who have seen them play far more frequently and understand that they are on a different level. There’s a limit to opinion. You can’t just argue that, I don’t know, Brett Budgell should be first overall because you like him and see him as having the highest potential in the draft.

    Edit: Or are you saying for Krebs and Pelletier that you think someone would take them, say, mid first round, and that you wouldn’t consider them until much later?

    If that’s the case, I hope you won’t post any more rankings without clearly stating that there will be a very choice number of random players just completely missing because they’ll “go earlier than I would take them.” It just doesn’t make sense to me, though. Why bother to put Hughes and Kakko on it at all if you don’t see yourself getting a top pick? That’s equivalent logic in my eyes.
     
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    That's a harsh drop for Newhook and Honka. What's your reason?
     
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    Can't say I agree with your rankings, but I give you props for not being afraid to go against the grain
     
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    I feel Newhook is still rated pretty well, and I think that's in line with where a lot of others put him. Admittedly, I had him too high to start the season- he just isn't a top five player, as much as I like him.

    In regards to Honka, I am still interested in the kid for sure. But a lack of offense to start the year coupled with his defensive concerns scared me. I could definitely see him rising some when he gets his mojo back
     
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    Samuel Poulin need to be in this list !
     
  14. Habs76

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    Perhaps, he's not far off.
     

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