Prospect Info: Tampa Bay Lightning prospect rankings 2017- #22

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  1. Steazy Doo

    Steazy Doo sloppy b o y e

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    1) Mikhail Sergachev - 96%
    2) Cal Foote - 33%
    3) Brett Howden - 37%
    4) Anthony Cirelli - 26%
    5) Taylor Raddysh - 32%
    6) Jake Dotchin - 27%
    7) Adam Erne - 37%
    8) Slater Koekkoek - 38%
    9) Mathieu Joseph - 36%
    10) Erik Cernak - 35%
    11) Mitchell Stephens - 39%
    12) Libor Hajek - 67%
    13) Alexei Lipanov - 52%
    14) Dominik Masin - 65% (Tiebreak)
    15) Alex Volkov - 29%
    16) Boris Katchouk - 50%
    17) Dennis Yan - 62%
    18) Matthew Peca - 45%
    19) Connor Ingram - 56%
    20) Matthew Spencer - 71%
    21) Ben Thomas - 45%
     
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    Really don't know who to vote at this point. There are still guys left who have potential to be pretty nice players in the future. I'll go with Colton. His stats in the NCAA last season weren't too bad for a 20-year-old center.
     
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    Cole Guttman cuz I like that name
     
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    DominicBoltsFan Advanced stats are good!

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    Between Tammela and Walker for me.
     
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    It's between Guttman and Walker for me 'cause I got to see them play at Dev Camp. :laugh:

    They were both little scrappy, fast-moving energy bugs. Zipping around on the ice...taking good, sneaky shots...avoiding being crunched... Loads of fun to watch!!
     
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    Perbix I guess? No good choices but he has an impressive list of attributes.
     
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    Guttman? He was top 10 in USHL scoring, 2nd amongst rookies, the only rookie better was Svechnikov who might be the top pick next year. Walker put up great numbers on a top Minnesota high school team, would like to see how he does in the USHL next year though. Perbix had a good year and has a good frame and skill set but he was an older high school player last year, want to see how he does against better competition.
     
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    I went with Oleg Sosunov as you can never have enough players with names ending in 'v'.

    When you get to #22 you may as well swing for the fences.
     
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    Sosunov is probably not the most likely to make the NHL of what's left, but he's the guy I'm most excited to keep tabs on. Just in case.
     
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    Next year we'll get more info for him since he's making the jump to NA. Will be much easier to follow him there than in Russia.
     
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    true, he is the highest-ceiling guy left over. most likely nhler is probably guttman. I like somppi though.
     
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    How is he the highest ceiling guy left? His ceiling right now is a 6/7 physical PK specialist, even then he needs to make huge strides for that to happen. He isn't the next Chara, more likely Oleksiak or Tinordi type big physical fighter.

    What is it you like about Somppi? His ppg went down in his draft +1 year. He's 6'2 but not really a physical player, does well with his frame but nothing special. He improved in the dot and his defensive game is nice but nothing impresses me. Rather a guy like Paquette who's the same height but heavier and uses his size better, just as good on the dot and better defensively. His offensive improved a lot from his draft year but still needs a lot of work but has an NHL type game like his cousin. He may never be more than a 4th liner but so far I like his chances at being that over Sommpi.
     
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    OT but I just got my yearbook from The Hockey News and they rank our prospects as follows :laugh:

    1. Sergachev
    2. Foote
    3. Hajek
    4. Cirelli
    5. Koekkoek
    6. Raddysh
    7. Howden
    8. Joseph
    9. Volkov
    10. Stephens
     
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    hajek???

    ok...

    id do


    Serg
    Foote
    Raddysh
    Cirelli
    Dotchin
    Joseph
    Koekkoek
    Erne
    Howden
    Lipanov? Cernak?
     
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    Do some research on Howden. Dude crushed your boy Cirelli in scoring in his draft +1 year to Cirellis +2. He had only 4 less goals than Raddysh while not playing on a stacked team. He's big, physical, great two way player and only getting better. He's our 2nd best prospect.
     
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    At the very least, Howden is our third best prospect behind Serg and Foote.
     
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    I just researched him and come to think of it, I agree. Brett Howden is one of the best prospects on the Bolts.

    He's starting to look like a draft steal.
     

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