ISS 2012 top-30 (October)

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  1. Tormentor

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    1. NAIL YAKUPOV LW 5'10 189 L Oct. 6/93 Sarnia OHL
    2. MIKHAIL GRIGORENKO RW 6'3 200 L May 16/94 Quebec QMJHL
    3. RYAN MURRAY D 6'0 201 L Sep. 27/93 Everett WHL
    4. FILIP FORSBERG RW 6'1 176 R Aug. 13/94 Leksands SweAI
    5. MORGAN RIELLY D 5'11 190 L Mar. 9/94 Moose Jaw WHL
    6. MATT DUMBA D 5'11 183 R Jul. 25/94 Red Deer WHL
    7. JACOB TROUBA D 6'2 196 R Feb. 26/94 USA U-18 USNTDP
    8. BRENDAN GAUNCE C 6'2 215 L Mar. 25/94 Belleville OHL
    9. NICK EBERT D 5'11 205 R May 11/94 Windsor OHL
    10. SLATER KOEKKOEK D 6'2 184 L Feb. 18/94 Peterborough OHL
    11. GRIFFIN REINHART D 6'3 207 L Jan. 24/94 Edmonton WHL
    12. MATIA MARCANTUONI C 5'11 194 R Feb. 22/94 Kitchener OHL
    13. JARROD MAIDENS C 6'0 178 L Mar. 4/94 Owen Sound OHL
    14. MARTIN FRK RW 5'11 204 L Oct. 5/93 Halifax QMJHL
    15. SEBASTIAN COLLBERG RW 5'11 174 R Feb. 23/94 Vastra SweJE
    16. OLLI MAATTA D 6'1 202 L Aug. 22/94 London OHL
    17. ALEXANDER GALCHENYUK RW 6'0 198 L Feb. 12/94 Sarnia OHL
    18. ANDREAS ATHANASIOU C 6'0 179 L Aug. 6/94 London OHL
    19. PONTUS ABERG LW 5'11 187 R Sep. 23/93 Djurgarden SweE
    20. CODY CECI D 6'2 207 R Dec. 21/93 Ottawa OHL
    21. JORDAN SCHMALTZ D 6'2 175 R Oct. 8/93 Sioux City USHL
    22. DERRICK POULIOT D 5'11 186 L Jan. 16/94 Portland WHL
    23. ZEMGUS GIRGENSONS C 6'1 201 L Jan. 5/94 Dubuque USHL
    24. MIKE MATHESON D 6'1 180 L Feb. 27/94 Dubuque USHL
    25. SCOTT LAUGHTON C 6'0 177 L May 30/94 Oshawa OHL
    26. NICHOLAS KERDILES C 6'1 200 L Jan. 11/94 USA U-18 USNTDP
    27. ANTON SLEPYSHEV LW 6'2 187 R May 13/94 Novokuznetsk KHL
    28. GIANLUCA CURCURUTO D 6'0 195 L Feb. 25/94 Sault Ste. Marie OHL
    29. BRADY SKJEI D 6'3 203 L Mar. 26/94 USA U-18 USNTDP
    30. HENRIK SAMUELSSON C 6'2 204 R Feb. 7/94 Modo SweJE
     
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    Pontus Ã…berg at 19 seems a bit low.. At this rate there is no question. Yakupov will be number one... saw him play the other day and wow.. He's really really good.
     
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    Well deserved #2 for Grigorenko. I know Galchenyuk is injured (when is he back?), but #17..he will rise when he returns. Kind of suprise that Galchenyuk fell because of injury, but Frk didn't.

    Gaunce a bit too high for my taste at this moment.
     
  4. pouskin74*

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    i am so glad that ISS scouts noticed Slepyshev but where is Kamaev?
     
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    good point.
     
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    wow, nice to see Slepyshev here. Finally he's been noticed.:)
     
  7. Fulcrum

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    If Slepyshev stays on track that he is on, he will still be a relatively low pick. I'm pretty sure there would be a strong 'Russian' factor for him. And if that's the case, he'll be a steal- sort of like Kuznetsov, Kitsyn...
     
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    AwesomePanthers Maybe next season

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    Who would you compare Slepyshev? Tarasenko/Kuznetsov/Kitsyn? Is he anywhere near the first two's level?

    More Russians playing in Russia that I should be aware of for this draft?
     
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    When it's all said and done, I'll say that Grigorenko goes number 1. Too much of everything vs Yakupov. Either way, you can't go wrong with either of them. It's going to depend on teams needs.

    Anyone knows how did Brett Connolly finished on the ISS list by the end of his draft year? Just to compare with Galchenyuk.
     
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    13th at the Final ISS Rankings.

    It's strange, because Martin Frk is also injured with a Concussion and he climbed from 17th to 14th at the ISS Rankings, and Alex Galchenyuk dropped from 9th to 17th for the same reason. But despite that, it seems a solid and safe list. No big surprises, but happy to see Anton Slepyshev getting some love after his strong start at KHL.
     
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    Dumba and Rielly really getting huge boosts.

    Still surprised to see Athanasiou low and makes sense for Galchenyuk.

    Seems Reinhart didn't have a good month of hockey either.
     
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    Has he had hell of a start in Sweden? I remember him being talked about late 1st early - 2nd round over the summer.
     
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    I said it before, if Galchenyuk actually falls around 10, it'll be such a steal.
     
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    Dunno, Slepyshev is big and has a great shot. Maybe Morozov?

    As for other Russians, Prokhorkin maybe. But he is injured right now, broke his hand in fight:facepalm:
     
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    He just can't, all that size, power, and skill imo is still challenging Yapukov for the 1st overall. And top 5 if he still gets a injury.
     
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    Gaunce is so high. I've never seen him play. What separates him from Ryan O'Reilly, Ethan Werek, Peter Holland, Austin Watson, Jared Knight, Ryan Spooner, Mark Scheifele, Stefan Noesen, Boone Jenner and any of the other top OHL picks from the last few years that have decent size, and intangibles?
     
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    He has scored 5 goals, 8 pts in 12 games for Djurgården. Collberg has 0 pts in 8 games as a comparison and Mika Zibanejad had 5 goals, 9 pts in 26 games last season playing for the same team. I know stats aren't everything, but I too thought he would shoot up the rankings.
     
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    I saw Jacob Trouba play against the Univ. of Vermont this weekend. He's damn good and will definitely be a good d-man in the NHL.
     
  19. Good point, but from what I've read Frk is alright and will be good to go 110% very soon. His injury is highly unlikely to affect his progress this year.
     
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    Im not usually a fan of making sweeping statements, but i'll cook a cat if Galchenyuk goes ahead of Yakupov. I just don't see it.
     
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    More high-end potential and hockey IQ..
     
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    Tim Bozon should be near the top of this list.
     
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    It's a pretty solid list although they seem to have a stronger liking to OHL forwards...Gaunce at 8? Marcantuoni at 12? Maidens at 13? It seems like a lot of this draft class is off to a fairly slow start this year.
     
  24. arsmaster*

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    Havent seen him play...are you serious.

    I'll have to get out and watch the Blazers if this kid is a legit 1st round talent in a draft class like this.


    About this list, I went looking for it last night on TSN and here, and wake up and here it is.:handclap:
     
  25. Fulcrum

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    Hmmn, I just can't see Galchenyuk put up 25 points in 10 games EVER. With or without Yakupov, I just don't think he is capable.
     

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