Help for 2012 draft

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  1. rockinghockey

    rockinghockey Registered User

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    I want to read up on the top 60 prospects for the 2012 draft; where can I go to find a list for this.
     
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    Use the search feature.
     
  3. rockinghockey

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    I dont mean on this site I mean on other sites
     
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    Ok, Dan Sallows has some on his site.
     
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    We'll be having a top-40 in our 2011 Guide as well as a look at 2013 as well.
     
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    Could you like this to me?
     
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    All you need to know is

    Nail Yakupov
    Mikhail Grigorenko
    Ryan Murray
    Alex Galyenchuk
    Martin Frk
    Matia Marcantuoni
    Nick Ebert

    Whoever drafts Yakupov is going to hit gold, just like penguins did with Crosby

    Electrifying player that is willing to go into the dirty areas to get the job done
     
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    S E P H @SEPH_WHL

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    ^
    Reinhart
    Trouba
    Dumba
    Koekkoek

    Missing a ton.
     
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    Nick Ebert is gonna be an absolute BEAST!
     
  11. rocketdan9

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    top 5 as long as he has a good 2nd season.

    Yakupov though is on another level. Is there any dispute he is going #1 next year?
     
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    I lied. We actually have a top-60 ranking with profiles on 40 players.
     
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    Franck eltiT resU motsuC

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    Mikhail Grigorenko sounds like a worthy challenger if what I've read about him on this forum is to be trusted.
     
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    I think he will be challenged by Grigorenko and Murray. While no teams go out of there way to draft by need, if they deserately need a d-man, a centre, or a winger, it could give one of them an edge over the others.

    That being said, Grigorenko will have a Russian factor attached to him, regardless of what happens from now till the draft. He has stated in the past that his main goal is to make the KHL and that the NHL is "nothing to worry about" right now. He could slip maybe to the 3-5 range simply because of that alone.

    Yakupov will probably be viewed similar to Burmistrov, simply because he doesn't have contracts in place in Russia, has been playing in North America, has elite skills, and seems to have the dream of playing in the NHL as his top priority.

    Interviews and such could play a factor as well if there is a perceived risk with a player.
     
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    IMO, I think Alex Galchenyuk could be the 1st overall pick next year. He's got the size, the snipe and the ability to crash the net. 31 goals and 83 pts for a rookie is amazing. Yes, Yakupov got more, but it's just that I like Galchenyuk more. Either way, both are great and should go top 5.
     

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