Prospect Info: Sens Board Prospect Rankings 2019 (20th - TIEBREAKER)

Discussion in 'Ottawa Senators' started by SensBrawler, Aug 12, 2019.

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Who's #20?

Poll closed Aug 13, 2019.
  1. Angus Crookshank

    48.9%
  2. Jonny Tychonick

    51.1%
  1. SensBrawler

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    Crookshank or Tychonick?
     
  2. FolignoQuantumLeap

    FolignoQuantumLeap Its a trap

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    Crookshank should be crushing this.

    When we do this poll a year from now, I'd bet he could be as high as the 3rd forward on the list (depending on who we draft).
     
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    See I disagree. I think Tychonick is criminally underrated around here.

    Offensive dman with upside to be a top 4 guy but more likely to carve out a bottom 6 with pp minutes.

    I don't see top 6 upside in Crookshank so to me he deserves to be behind Tychonick in my mind
     
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    FolignoQuantumLeap Its a trap

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    I've been going to bat for Tychonick a bit in the prospects sticky. I like him too but don't love his skating. Someone mentioned his pivots aren't great.

    Its more just how much I like Crookshank. I see him as a bit more gifted Dzingel type. Definitely see him being a productive NHLer at some point.

    Both have good upside but Crookshank is really developing and trending in a great direction in my eyes.
     
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    I’m a big Jonny fan, but he looked bad this year and had a very underwhelming showcase this summer. He was a guy I really liked in his draft year, and still see him with the skill set to make him a good puck mover. But his defensive game needs a lot of work, still a very raw prospect

    Crookshank (also played his first year of college last season) was 1 point away from being his team’s leading scorer.
     
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    Looks like we’ve got 20 and 21 here. Very tight. And I too see both as good upside potential. Hard choice.
     
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    Fair enough .

    The good thing is as Sens fans we can really only hope one of them develops nicely so we can eventually watch them get dealt away.
     
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    that's very high praise
     
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    Crookshank was 1 point off leading his NCAA team in scoring (other 2 guys were 3 years older than him), he's going to explode next year on the top line. Also stood out at dev camp and scored a nice goal
     
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