Rank these 2004 2nd/3rd rounders

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  1. nyrcup94

    nyrcup94 Registered User

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    I was wondering how people would rank the following 2nd/3rd rounders and what potential they see from them in the future:

    Martin Karsums
    Viktor Alexandrov
    Justin Peters
    Darin Olver
    Grant Lewis
    Denis Parshin
    Jordan Smith
    Bryan Bickell

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    I can only speak on Justin Peters. I live in the TO area and follow the Majors. Justin Peters is a workhorse type of goalie. Amongst the leaders in minutes played last year, it appears like he will get all the playing time he wants this season. Coach Stefanski likes to go with one goalie. Not prone to injuries and appears to be very focus---very consistent from night to night. This strength is handling the puck. Plays with lots of confidences. Based on this development over the past few years and his hard work ethics, I think his chances at the NHL are as good as any other goalie drafted in "04
     
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    1. Martin Karsums: One of my favorites in 2004, huge steal for the Bruins, I took this guy 34th in my keeper league...I love the way he plays.

    2. Jordan Smith: Very solid defenseman.

    3. Viktor Alexandrov: extremely skilled but small, might just stay in Russia.

    4. Bryan Bickell: loaded with talent, but very inconsistant.

    5. Justin Peters: Couldn't have said it better my self

    6. Grant Lewis

    7. Darin Olver

    8. Denis Parshin
     
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    I agree with the "extremely skilled" part, but he's not all that small at 5-11, 183.

    Upon what do you base the "might just stay in Russia" comment?
     
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    Just a hunch. Plus his game hasn't really devoloped much over the past years from what I hear.
     
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