seriously...when is Josh Harding gonna get some love here?

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  1. firstroundbust

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    he made 56 saves tonight against toronto...21 wins, .924 save...

    he gets no mention of top goalie prospects....he is looking nhl ready, and should be there next year, maybe later this year.

    give him his props.
     
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    Because there's a number of goalie prospects his age that are doing well at the NHL level.
     
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    Well said and younger golies who are looking better
     
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    Giving Harding credit has never been a problem for me. I've been watching the kid since he was 17. I've watched him go from a longshot to make the Regina Pats in September of 2001 to an all-star five months later, an NHL second-round pick, the 2003 WHL MVP, a Team Canada WJC goalie, and now the AHL wins leader.

    He is one of the most underrated prospects in the world, at least on these boards. The only reason he isn't up with Minnesota is the Wild have two very capable veteran goalies. Once one of them gets traded, he'll be called up, and he will shine.

    Josh Harding will be one of the top 10-15 goalies in the world in the next few years.
     
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    He'll be an excellent starter in a few years, should be backup in Minnesota next season I'd imagine.
    He's more then ready for the NHL right now.
     
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    harding is a freaking stud.

    no reason why his career can't be as good as fleury or cam ward.

    The kids stood on his head wherever he has gone.

    Houston is a nice ahl team, couple scoring rookie dudes, in o'sullivan and voloshenko and the vets are scoring too.

    Clayton Stoner looks good on D.
     
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    Probably at around the same time that any prospect drafted after the 1st round not by a Canadian/Original 6 team starts getting love.
     
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