Prospect Info: The Nascent 2020 Draft Thread

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The Oilers First Draft Pick in 2020 Will Be From Which League?

Poll closed Nov 20, 2019.
  1. WHL

    11.3%
  2. OHL

    43.4%
  3. QMJHL

    10.4%
  4. USDP

    2.8%
  5. SHL/SuperElit

    15.1%
  6. Liiga

    2.8%
  7. KHL/MHL

    1.9%
  8. USHL

    1.9%
  9. AJHL/BCHL

    1.9%
  10. Other

    8.5%
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  1. ConnorMcMullet #12 Colby Cave

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    My final top-62 list. Bolded are realistic targets:

    1. Alexis Lafreniere
    2. Tim Stutzle
    3. Quinton Byfield
    4. Marco Rossi
    5. Lukas Raymond
    6. Jamie Drysdale
    7. Cole Perfetti
    8. Alexander Holtz
    9. Jack Quinn
    10. Noel Gunler
    11. Connor Zary
    12. Seth Jarvis

    13. Dawson Mercer
    14. Jake Sanderson
    15. Braden Schneider
    16. Mavrik Bourque
    17. Lucas Reichel
    18. Jacob Perreault
    19. Rodion Amirov

    20. Anton Lundell
    21. Yaroslav Askarov
    22. Jan Mysak
    23. Hendrix Lapierre
    24. John-Jason Peterka
    25. Tyson Foerster
    26. Dylan Holloway

    27. William Wallinder
    28. Marat Khusnutdinov
    29. Kaiden Guhle
    30. Jeremie Poirier
    31. Jake Neighbours
    32. Justin Barron
    33. Helge Grans
    34. Topi Niemela
    35. Daniil Gushchin
    36. Ridley Greig
    37. Ryan O'Rourke
    38. William Villeneauve
    39. Alexander Pashin
    40. Thomas Bordeleau
    41. Roni Hirvonen
    42. Brendan Brisson
    43. Martin Chromiak
    44. Zion Nybeck
    45. Dmitri Ovchinnikov
    46. Jean-Luc Foudy
    47. Lukas Cormier
    48. Emil Andrae
    49. Joni Jurmo
    50. Evan Vierling
    51. Luke Evangelista
    52. Tristen Robins
    53. Roby Jarventie
    54. Veeti Miettinen
    55. Kasper Simontival
    56. Carter Savoie
    57. Ozzy Wiesblatt
    58. Michael Benning
    59. Tyler Tullio
    60. Brandon Coe
    61. Brett Berard
    62. Zayde Wisdom
     
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    Why is Askarov not a realistic target? Because he will surely be gone or because we don't need him?

    If u r sure he will already be gone then u have him ranked too low.
    I am not sure if we would pick Mysak or Holloway over Askarov.
     
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    I think Askarov will be taken.
     
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    the more I read into the draft, the more I'm liking Seth Jarvis at #20
    not sure he'll be there but he seems like a good fit for the Oilers...right-handed centers don't grow on trees
     
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    Not sure how much C he would be playing in NHL especially in EDM. Seems to be a slightly bigger Yamamoto.
     
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    I don't know. There's a lack of a consensus then there's stuff like Byfield at 6th and Rossi at 18th.

    If I had a scout tell me either of those, I'd be assigning them to some league in Australia and hoping I never hear from them again haha.
     
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    That we can agree on.

    Jarvis has been primarily a RW this year and projects to be one in the NHL.

    He's a pretty different player than Yamamoto. A few inches taller, better shooter, worse playmaker, much better skater, and less tenacious. He definitely wouldn't be redundant if we were to draft him.
     
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    Yamamoto had a pretty lethal shot in juniors. Not sure what happened.
     
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    He still has a good shot, and as he puts on weight its only going to get better.
     
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    Not sure if Jarvis has better shot than Yama. Both are about the same. Both find a way to finish around the blue paint but not so dangerous further out. Nuge found a way so there is certainly hope.
     
  11. DecadeofDarkness Waiting for playoffs..

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    that's fine
    Centres can always play wing
     
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    If we lose to the Hawks, all bets are off. We might get a very good player.

    If we win, I expect us to go at least a couple rounds deep so unless Askarov slips and we have the balls to go Russian G, then I am 100% on the Jan Mysak train. I like the way his trajectory is going I think there is something happening here.
     
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    Tippett is also a guy that would utilize a right hand shot to take draws in certain situations.

    It also wouldn't be the first time a Center started off as a winger and learned the NHL game before switching back to Center. Shawn Horcoff is an example of this.
     
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    If he turns out like Yamamoto that would be a home run
     
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