Prospect Info: The 2019 Entry NHL Draft Thread - Part II

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Which combo is wetting your appetite the most? (4th & 25th as of 11/27)-(You only have two options)

  1. 4th: Dylan Cozens, C [Lethbridge Hurricanes, WHL]

    52.7%
  2. 4th: Alex Turcotte, C [USNTDP, USHL]

    13.7%
  3. 4th: Matthew Boldy, C [USNTDP, USHL]

    0.8%
  4. 4th: Vasili Podkolzin, RW [Vityaz Podolsk, MHL]

    18.3%
  5. 4th: Bowen Byram, LD [Vancouver Giants, WHL]

    9.2%
  6. 4th Overall - Other Prospect [List Below]

    3.1%
  7. 25th: Alex Vlasic, LD [USNTDP, USHL]

    6.9%
  8. 25th: Nolan Foote, LW [Kelowna Rockets, WHL]

    35.9%
  9. 25th: Tobias Bjornfot, LD [Djurgardens, SuperElit

    6.1%
  10. 25th: Jakob Pelletier, C [Moncton Wildcats, LHJMQ]

    5.3%
  11. 25th: Mikko Kokkonen, LD [Jukurit, Liiga]

    26.0%
  12. 25th Overall - Other Prospect [List Below]

    10.7%
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  1. avsfan09

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    Honestly he seems like a Barkov level prospect. Has more offensive ability but a little less size and defensive focus.
     
  2. UncleRisto

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    Pretty clear as of today that Lundell is going 1st overall.
     
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    If the Canucks win #2 I wonder how much would they'll be willing to pay to move up one spot to get the other Hughes? Having both Hughes brothers just in time to succeed the Sedins...and moving to 1OA to get the last one (just like they did in 1999). That'd be quite the story.

    A young core of Hughes - Hughes - EP - Boeser would be scary.

    If we get the 1OA I'd not mind getting a haul from the Canucks to downgrade to Kakko.
     
  4. AllAboutAvs

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    Not sure how the other teams would view these players but as far as the Avs are concerned I would say one: Cozens.

    Hughes could be as well depending if they think he is ready physically but looking at the way it went with Jost they might decide to give him some AHL time first. Hughes has the skating though which is something Jost didn't have. It could make a big difference in their decision. Kerfoot had the speed compare to Jost and, although older, he made the jump without too much problems.

    The way they have been bringing up Rantanen and Kaut I would be very surprised if they don't keep Kakko in the AHL for a season to get use to NA hockey.

    Cozens is a different story. By the time TC starts he will be close to NHL ready physically. He only needs to put on some more wait and get a little stronger. His speed and the way he plays are already NHL ready. With that being said and considering that for him it is either back to the WHL or NHL, they will most likely keep him up.

    Dach could also be another one for the same reasons as Cozens.
     
  5. BleedWell

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    Who cares about him? He is as exciting as the gray sky.
     
  6. Ivan13

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    Imagine Jack saying he'll sign only with the Nucks :laugh:
     
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    What? He definetely has not more offensive ability:laugh:
     
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    Well that must be tough for you mr "Hughes is my favourite, no wait! Kakko is... or is it Hughes or..."
     
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    Oh no! He can only pick one prospect to like??
     
  10. BleedWell

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    Favourite, you nutty:facepalm:
     
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    NHL 2019 Winter List

    1. Jack Hughes, C (USA) USNTDP, USHL (Sorry @BleedWell )
    2. Kaapo Kakko, RW (FIN) TPS, Liiga
    3. Vasili Podkolzin, RW (RUS) SKA St. Petersburg, MHL
    4. Alex Turcotte, C (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    5. Dylan Cozens, C (CAN) Lethbridge Hurricanes, WHL
    6. Kirby Dach, C (CAN) Saskatoon Blades, WHL
    7. Cam York, D (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    8. Bowen Byram, D (CAN) Vancouver Giants, WHL
    9. Matthew Boldy, LW (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    10. Philip Broberg, D (SWE) AIK, Allsvenskan
    11. Peyton Krebs, LW (CAN) Kootenay Ice, WHL
    12. Cole Caufield, C/W (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    13. Jakob Pelletier, LW (CAN) Moncton Wildcats, LHJMQ
    14. Alex Newhook, C (CAN) Victoria Grizzlies, BCHL
    15. Spencer Knight, G (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    16. Mikko Kokkonen, D (FIN) Jukurit, Liiga
    17. Thomas Harley, D (CAN) Mississauga Steelheads, OHL
    18. Josh Williams, RW (CAN) Medicine Hat Tigers, WHL
    19. Trevor Zegras, C (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    20. Raphael Lavoie, C (CAN) Halifax Mooseheads, LHJMQ
    21. Anttoni Honka, D (FIN) JYP, Liiga
    22. Moritz Seider, D (GER) Jungadler Mannheim, DEL
    23. Victor Soderstrom, D (SWE) Brynas IF, SHL
    24. Nolan Foote, LW (CAN) Kelowna Rockets, WHL
    25. Nicholas Robertson, C/LW (USA) Peterborough Petes, OHL
    26. Samuel Poulin, LW (CAN) Sherbrooke Phoenix, LHJMQ
    27. Connor McMichael, C (CAN) London Knights, OHL
    28. Matthew Robertson, D (CAN) Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL
    29. Marcus Kallionkieli, W (FIN) Sioux City Musketeers, USHL
    30. Case McCarthy, D (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    31. Pavel Dorofeyev, LW/RW (RUS) Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk, MHL
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    32. John Beecher, C (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    33. Egor Afanasyev, RW (RUS) Muskegon Lumberjacks, USHL
    34. Albin Grewe, C/RW (SWE)Djurgardens, SuperElit
    35. Dmitri Sheshin, C (RUS) Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk, MHL
    36. Ryan Suzuki, C (CAN) Barrie Colts, OHL
    37. Robert Mastrosimone, C (USA) Chicago Steel, USHL
    38. Marshall Warren, D (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    39. Lassi Thomson, D (FIN) Kelowna Rockets, WHL
    40. Nikita Alexandrov, C (GER) Charlottetown Islanders, LHJMQ
    41. Bobby Brink, RW (USA) Sioux City Musketeers, USHL
    42. Philip Tomasino, C (CAN) Niagara IceDogs, OHL
    43. Kaedan Korczak, D (CAN) Kelowna Rockets, WHL
    44. Dustin Wolf, G (USA) Everett Silvertips, WHL
    45. Vladislav Firstov, LW (RUS) Waterloo Blackhawks, USHL
    46. Leevi Aaltonen, RW (FIN) KalPa U20, SM-Liiga
    47. Xavier Parent, C/LW (CAN) Halifax Mooseheads, LHJMQ
    48. Michael Vukojevic, D (CAN) Kitchener Rangers, OHL
    49. Ville Heinola, D (FIN) Lukko, Liiga
    50. Billy Constantinou, D (CAN) Kingston Frontenacs, OHL
    51. Kim Nousiainen, D (FIN) KalPa U20, SM-Liiga
    52. Jamieson Rees, C (CAN) Sarnia Sting, OHL
    53. Henry Thrun, D (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    54. Arthur Kaliyev, LW (USA) Hamilton Bulldogs, OHL
    55. John Farinacci, C (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    56. Brett Leason, RW (CAN) Prince Albert Raiders, WHL
    57. Tobias Bjornfot, D (SWE) Djurgardens IF U20, SuperElit
    58. Shane Pinto, RW (USA) Lincoln Stars, USHL
    59. Alexei Protas, C (BLR) Prince Albert Raiders, WHL
    60. Maxim Cajkovic, RW (SVK) Saint John Sea Dogs, LHJMQ
    61. Iivari Rasanen, D (FIN) Tappara U20, SM-Liiga
    62. Alex Vlasic, D (USA) USNTDP, USHL

    HM
    Vladislav Kolyachonok, D (BLR) Flint Firebirds, OHL
    Christopher Merisier-Ortiz, D (CAN) Baie-Comeau Drakkar, LHJMQ
    Valentin Nussbaumer, C/W (SUI) Shawinigan Cataracters, LHJMQ
    Isaiah Saville, G (USA) Tri-City Storm, USHL
    Nicholas Porco, LW (CAN) Saginaw Spirit, OHL
    Artemi Knyazev, D (RUS) Irbis Kazan, MHL
    Luke Toporowski, LW (USA) Spokane Chiefs, WHL
    Wiljami Myllyla, F (FIN) HIFK U20, SM-Liiga
    Martin Hugo Has, D (CZE) Tappara U20, SM-Liiga
    Michael Gildon, F (USA) USNTDP, USHL
    Dillon Hamaliuk, LW (CAN) Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL

    For all of you guys' to enjoy! :nod:
     
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  12. AvsFan29

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    Kakko has had some time at center already. If I'm Sakic, I pit him at center immediately. If he is bad, he can always fall back to wing.
     
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    Good list. Hughes(of course) and Podkolzin too high. Honka WAAAY too high.
     
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    I’m perfectly fine picking 3rd or 4th and landing Turcotte!
     
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    The only way i make that trade is Florida is picking 3rd.
     
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    Josh Williams plays for Edmonton now and Krebs is a C
     
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    I'll be happy with anyone in the top 6. I'm partial to Hughes / Kakko / Dach.
     
  18. AllAboutAvs

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    My preferences so far:

    OTT's pick:
    Kakko
    Hughes

    Cozens
    Turcotte
    Dach

    Krebs/Zegras/Byram
    Podkolzin

    Avs' pick:
    Knight
    Harley/M. Robertson/Bjornfot
     
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    Arthur Kaliyev has every shot, a beautiful release, and is very accurate. Why so low?
     
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    Theres a massive difference between recognizing Hughes is by far the best prospect in the draft and Kakko being my favorite.


    Of course you wouldn't understand such a concept.
     
  21. Balthazar

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    I'd be possibly more excited with Knight with the AVS pick than anyone with the Sens pick not named Hughes or Kakko. Not because I don't like the rest of the top 10 but man, I want Knight. AVS never, ever drafted a potential franchise goalie.

    I don't care if he takes time to develop, whoever they pick in that range (assuming it's going to be roughly in the #15-#20 range) is going to take time anyway.
     
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    If we pick #1 and #2 no.one will ever know who would have been picked first
     
  23. AllAboutAvs

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    Here are my mid-season top 15:
    Kakko/Hughes

    Cozens
    Turcotte

    Byram
    Krebs
    Zegras
    Dach
    Podkolzin
    Pelletier
    Boldy
    Soderstrom
    York
    Suziki
    Kaliyev

    Krebs is really growing on me.
     
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    More and more enamored with Byram.
     
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    Byram is going to be a beauty.

    Overall the top 10 looks really good this year, we might even get 2 top 10 picks which would be insane.
     
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