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  1. me2

    me2 Calling out the crap

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    9A: Ovechkin,Lehtonen,Phaneuf

    9B: Malkin and Carter

    8.5A: Parise, Semin, Suter, Tjutin

    8.5B: Zherdev, Perezhogin, Kostitsyn, Horton, Kronwall, Fleury, Ward

    8.5C: Grigorenko and Colaiacovo ...

    8A: Weber, Stuart, Toivonen, Ouellet

    8B: Wolski, Schremp, Koivu, O'Sullivan, Getzlaf,
    Brown, Vanek, Higgins, Vermette, Steen, Richards, Ladd
    Polushin, Barker, Burns, Smid, Grebeshkov, Ehrhoff, Whitney
    Coburn, Krajicek, Leclaire, Schwarz, Harding, Leneveu, Danis
    Emery

    8C:

    Radulov, Shkotov, Svatos, Boyle, Michalek, Suglobov, Olesz
    Stewart, Babchuk, Thelen, Crawford, Dubnyk, Drouin-Deslauriers
    Miller, Ahonen, Montoya
     
  2. oil slick

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    If I were to do it:

    9A: Ovechkin,Lehtonen

    9B: Malkin, Phaneuf, Zherdev


    8.5A: Carter, Semin, Suter, Tjutin

    8.5B: Perezhogin, Kostitsyn, Horton, Fleury, Ward

    8.5C:

    8A: Weber, Stuart, Toivonen, Ouellet

    8B: Wolski, Getzlaf,
    Brown, Vanek, Higgins, Vermette, Steen, Richards
    Polushin, Barker, Burns, Smid, Grebeshkov, Ehrhoff, Whitney
    Coburn, Krajicek, Leclaire, Harding, Leneveu, Danis
    Emery Parise,Kronwall, Olesz

    8C:Colaiacovo, Schremp, Koivu, O'Sullivan, Schwarz,Grigorenko, Ladd
    Radulov, Shkotov, Svatos, Boyle, Michalek, Suglobov
    Stewart, Babchuk, Thelen, Crawford, Dubnyk, Drouin-Deslauriers
    Miller, Ahonen, Montoya



    Probably forgot to move a few.
    EDIT: like Olesz... should be 8B IMO
     
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  3. MojoJojo

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    I like Oil's list, except under the 8.5C list I would probably move Kostytsin and Fleury. Both have high cielings, but seem a bit risky to me.
     
  4. BobMarleyNYR

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    As a NYR fan, I have to admit, Tyutin is not an 8.5A
     
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    Good call, me2, I should've thought of that! :blush:
     
  6. FLYLine27*

    FLYLine27* BUCH

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    Yea, id say he was an 8.5B. I wouldnt really give A to anybody like a previous poster said.
     
  7. Epsilon

    Epsilon #basta

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    Vanek should be moved up significantly. How is he below guys like Weber, Perezhogin and Parise?
     
  8. Enoch

    Enoch This is my boomstick

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    Not to nay say, but it is probably because he was merely an offensive dynamo without defense in college.....and initially was the same way in the AHL. I have not seen him play since Rochester came to Nashville to play the Admirals at the GEC, so I'm not the best guy to ask......but thats your most likely answer. Some probably think he still has bust potentiall all based on his willingness to give all his effort and play defense.....
     
  9. me2

    me2 Calling out the crap

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    no probs, you did all the hard work in the first place :yo:
     
  10. thestonedkoala

    thestonedkoala Everyone! PANIC!

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    I think Sully will be a B, mainly because of his offensive production, his leadership, and his defensive work (look at Gaborik in a manner)...He'll most likely be a top 6 winger/center/foward.
     
  11. Toivonen > Stuart.

    Most (if not all) Bruins fans would agree.
     
  12. WADEugottaBELAKthat

    WADEugottaBELAKthat Flynt Flossy

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    I completely agree. Vanek should be put in the same category as Carter.
     
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    based on the # system, i'd say 8.5 is about right...that's in the good #2 defenseman range. but yeah i'd knock him down to a B...he *should* reach that but it's not a given, at least as much as an A would seem
     
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    I'd move up Kaigorodov significantly as well. He's now a 7.5B, I think he should at least be an 8.0.
     
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    I think, guys like Perry, Fehr or Cammalleri should have a higher rating than Shkotov or Polushin!
     
  17. BobMarleyNYR

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    Even the 8.5 is optimistic. I'd say 8B.
     
  18. BobMarleyNYR

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    :)
     
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  19. ChrisKreider20

    ChrisKreider20 But y u mad?

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    Lundqvist should be 8.5 A or at least 8 A
     
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    I would make Lundy a 9.0B... he has the talent to dominate, but we still haven't seen him on NA ice - though he should make the transition well.
     
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