So who is the next big talent after Bokk, Seider, Stützle?

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    Following Bokk, Seider and Stützle through these years made a ton of fun and hopefully gets even better. But who is out there after this great wave?

    I am a little lost at who to follow in the DNL or maybe even overseas.

    edit: Oh I see Maverick41 has a nice rating system of prospects. Missed it...
    2004 born Julian Lutz looks promising just going by stats and facts. 182cm already and top scorer last season for Salzburg U18.
     
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    I haven't watch a lot of them, but the next wave I am looking at are...

    - Maximilian Glotzl, D (Wasn't drafted in 2020, but might be due to lack of expose instead of lack of talent.)
    - Roman Kechter, F (Plays in Sweden with Rogle BK)
    - Julian Lutz, F (Plays in AplsHL for Red Bull)
    - Simon Wolf, G (Plays for Red Bull Academy)

    Perhaps another poster can delve into the details and if any of them have NHL potential as good as Stutzle, Bokk, or others.
     
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    Glötzl is very meh. Not an NHL talent.

    The 03 class is very weak as a whole. I’d say Proske and Hanelt are the top guys here.

    04 will be stronger again, with guys like Lutz, Kechter, Hauf, Hafenrichter, Polok. No idea how many of them actually have NHL talent or if/where they can get drafted though.
     
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    04 looks right now like a poor man's 02. There is decent depths with a number of good young talents that could have solid DEL careers and even become regular national team players. And while I really like the big 3 of 04 (Kechter, Lutz and Hauf) they are not on the same level as Stützle, Reichel and Peterka. But they are close enough to maybe get to the Reichel/Peterka level.

    Still not really sure what to make of the 05 and 06 age groups. I have a few players on my radar, but nobody is really jumping out yet, so I don't see any new Draisaitls or Stützles on the horizon for the next 2-4 years.

    I don't think the 03 class is any good, but there are a few decent players who could become solid pro players, but probably won't ever really get close to the NHL. @pgfan66 already mentioned Hänelt and Proske. I would add Bennet Roßmy, Sebastian Cimmerman, Robin van Calster, Connor Korte, Niko and Thomas Heigl as noteworthy players. Hänelt is my number 1 guy from this class and I have Roßmy at 2, right now, but it is close with Proske and the others I listed.

    I will probably post my first rankings of the season in the prospect thread sometime in November.
     

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