New top 30 for 2005 ?

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  1. markov`

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    Well, after the Novembre rankings, what is your new top 30 for 2005 ? I'll try a top 15, because my knowledge for this draft stop there.

    01. Sidney Crosby
    02. Gilbert Brule
    03. Jack Johnson
    04. Bobby Ryan
    05. Marek Zagrapan
    06. Benoit Pouliot
    07. Tuukka Rask
    08. Alex Bourret
    09. Jakub Kindl
    10. Niklas Bergfors
    11. Ryan O'Marra
    12. JP Levasseur
    13. Dan Bertram
    14. Ryan Parent
    15. Chris Durand
     
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    1. F Sidney Crosby
    2. D Jack Johnson
    3. F Gilbert Brule
    4. F Bobby Ryan
    5. F Benoit Pouliot
    6. G Tuukka Rask
    7. D Jakub Kindl
    8. F Alex Bourret
    9. F Ryan O'Marra
    10. G J.P. Levasseur
    11. F Marek Zagrapan
    12. G Carey Price
    13. F Guillaume Latendresse
    14. F Niklas Bergfors
    15. F Chris Durrand
    16. F Jack Skille
    17. D Matt Lashoff
    18. F Daniel Bertram
    19. D Luc Bourdon
    20. D J.P. Paquet
    21. F Devin Setoguchi
    22. D Marc Staal
    23. D Teemu Laakso
    24. G Alexandre Vincent
    25. D Ryan Parent
    26. F Michael Blunden
    27. F Anze Kopitar
    28. F Ilya Zubov
    29. F Ryan Stoa
    30. F Patrick Davis
     
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    I can still see Cogliano going 1st round no matter what league he is playing in. The guy as super offensive capabilities.
     
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    In a deep draft like this he might fall out? I haven't heard anything on him for a month and the last thing was negative, but he had a great spring, and was at the same level as Brule ect. Durring top level tournaments. So he's interesting...I have him just outisde of 30 because to me he's an unknown prospect. Same with Anikeenko. I just don't have any read on these guys so I put a guy like Ryan Stoa whom I've seen alot higher.
     
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    deep draft or not, with his talent level he is going to be a good one. I do agree that playing in Jr A another year is not helping his case much, and his strength does have to get better, but as young as he is and as offensivly gifted of a goal scorer he is IMO if he is still there around 20 to 30 you can expect to see him gone.
     
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    Cogliano's numbers thus far aren't as good as last year's. He had something like 76 points in 38 games last year (I just remember he averaged 2 points/game). Through 27 games this season, he has 50 points, so he's slightly behind that pace. I expected him to put up bigger numbers this season. Maybe teams are targeting him more, I don't know.

    But, as you've said, in top level tourneys he's always near the top in scoring. At the Under-18 Junior World Cup a few months ago he led Canada with 9 points (same team that featured Brule, etc...).

    He just signed his letter of intent to Michigan so the coaches could finally comment on him. The Wolverine coaching staff calls him a dynamic offensive player. When comparing him to others, they said he's a mix of T.J. Hensick and Jeff Tambellini. Not a bad mix to be!
     
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    1.Sid Crosby 5'10 188
    2.Gilbert Brule 5'11 180
    3.Jack Johnson 6'0 200
    4.Marek Zagrapan 6'0 190
    5.Jakub Kindl 6'1 190
    6.Dan Bertram 5'10 175
    7.Benoit Pouliot 6'0 185
    8.Bob Ryan 6'1 222
    9.J.P Lavesseur 6'0 185
    10.Chris Durand 6'1 185
    11.Alex Bourret 5'9 200
    12.Nik Bergfors 5'10 175
    13.Tuukka Rask 6'0 180
    14.Ryan O'Marra 6'3 190
    15.Devin Setoguchi 6'0 185
    16.Guillame Latendresse 6'2 210
    17.Carey Price 6'4 215
    18.Anze Kopitar 6'1 190
    19.Drew Cogliano 5'9 170
    20.Marc Staal 6'3 195
     
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