Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Hawks10, Apr 5, 2011.
Predict the top 10....
1. Brayden Schenn
2. Ryan Johanssen
4. Curtis Hamilton
5. Emerson Etem
7. Nino Nieterrieter (SP)
Thats what I can predict out of the WHL prolly quite off but I don't know other leagues that well.
I don't read
Will be top 3.
Hamilton I wish, he is fifth on the Oilers list. He isn't going to make it.
Etem is not even 5th in the WHL let alone all other leagues.
Better overall season than El Nino so I don't see why he wouldn't crack the top 10
Stumped after these guys
I agree but I'm assuming that the list will go by the order of who they think the Oiler's best prospects.
This looks good to me
Even if he maybe did have a better year, that doesn't automatically make him a better prospect for the future...
He is not a better prospect than Nino take off the glasses.
One season @ 18/19 does not a career make. Curtis Hamilton will not be on the list.
My apologize if this seems homerish, and I do agree that one season doesn't make a person a better prospect but I believe he has distanced himself with a strong wjhc and superior whl play, 4th was homerish but I think he may suprise
If Tarasenko makes top 3, I'll be ecstatic! Top 5, just happy, because I expect that of him.
Kuznetsov should be top 10 but they gave him a 7.5C, so I would not be suprised if he was left off the list.
That is exactly what Nino is ranked as well. I am sure they will both be on the list, otherwise this list loses all credibility in my opinion.
I think those 7.5 C ratings might be old...should get updated
They just got updated for most of the teams in the 3-4 past weeks
As long as Rundblad is in the top 5 I'll be happy.
He may surprise us, HF wont. The lists are never that bold.
But it's not all about scoring. We have to project Nino's scoring in the NHL, but we know that he will be able to handle the physical demands of the NHL, play in his own zone, and agitate - we've seen all of that already. (Which is what makes his 7.5C ranking a little odd. He should be a 7.5B. Barring catastrophic injury, there's no way he's not *at least* a third line NHL'er. His floor is Raffi Torres.)
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