Top 50 prospects after the draft?

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  1. firstimekeeperpoolie

    firstimekeeperpoolie Registered User

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    Anyone want to take a shot at updating the top 50 prospects to include the draft?

    Also, I am looking for a website that has the top 100 ranked - all I could find so far is this:

    http://thehockeywriters.com/nhl-top-100-prospect-rankings-part-1-76-to-100/

    Which as you can see, is almost 1 year old.

    Looks like I'll be going through each team individually to see how they rank...
     
  2. SI90

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    This is going to be a tuff one...This year Nino was in the top 10....Does Strome make the top 25????
     
  3. YEGJuniorFan

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    i find including just drafted players kind of arbitrary until they have played their 18yo season
     
  4. Tobi Wan Kenobi

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    I think for sure he is. Top 15 for me.
     
  5. ESH

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    These are in no particuliar order.

    FORWARDS
    Brayden Schenn PHI
    Gabriel Landeskog COL
    Nino Niederreiter NYI
    Ryan Johansen CBJ
    Ryan Nugent-Hopkins EDM
    Mika Zibanejad OTT
    Jonathan Huberdeau FLA
    Ryan Strome NYI
    Brett Connolly TBL
    Vladimir Tarasenko STL
    Evgeny Kuznetsov WSH
    Mikael Granlund MIN

    DEFENSE
    Adam Larsson NJD
    David Rundblad OTT
    Jared Cowen OTT
    Erik Gudbranson FLA
    Ryan Ellis NSH
    Stefan Elliott COL
    Brendan Smith DET
    Brandon Gormley PHX
    Dougie Hamilton BOS
    Duncan Siemens COL
    Oscar Klefbom EDM
    Nathan Beaulieu MTL

    GOALIES
    Jonathan Bernier LAK (If you can still count him)
    Jacob Markstrom FLA
    Jack Campbell DAL
    Jake Allen STL
    Braden Holtby WSH
    John Gibson ANA
     
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    You're missing Lehner and Lack in a big way! :)
     
  7. Hunter Gathers

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    Yeah, no. Why would a 2nd rounder in this past draft be in the top 50? Not going to happen.
     
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    He was the top-ranked goalie in the draft and second one taken. Just because he went in the second round doesn't mean he isn't a top goalie prospect as the draft has come to go against goalie's and drive them out of the first round in many cases.

    I doubt he will be in HF's top 50 simply because they don't have many goalie's but he will be in it within the upcoming years.
     
  9. I would include Brad Thiessen over Lack
     
  10. Devilspuppet666

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    i'm think that maybe t.j. Brodie should be on that list
     
  11. squidz*

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    Beaulieu, Klefbom, and Siemens but no Brodin? :shakehead
     
  12. uhhh no...

    Lach, Hackett, Poulin, Jones, Tokarski, Rynnas, Koskinen, Allen, Bishop, Calvin and Chet Pickard, Visnetin, Janus and Murphy all should be ahead of Theissen. He really benefits from playing on WBS.
     
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    I would include Irving in there ahead of a lot of them.
     
  14. Him too...
     
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    Kadri has to be in the top 13-15.

    I'd say B Schenn maintains the #1 spot. RNH isnt the top prospect people, dont let his draft number fool you, there are better prospects out there.
     
  16. Simon Despres.....wow nice miss
     
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    Good list, but I'd definitely include Jaden Schwartz (STL). He got 47 points in 30 games in college. Had he not gotten hurt, that would pro-rate to about 70 points, which is elite in college. As a matter of fact, he very well could have won the Hobey Baker... as a freshman.
     
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    Schenn is also two years older than Nugent-Hopkins so how can you compare the two right now? If you want to compare them, then compare there stats at the same age, in which Nugent-Hopkins blows Schenn out of the water. Schenn was even playing with Glennie and Calvert while RNH had some no-names. Sorry, but you're very wrong on this one.
     
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    Brayden Schenn had the better year but that's because he's two years older. RNH is the better prospect, and you seem to be in every thread demeaning Hopkins lately.
     
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    Schenn was the top prospect because the actual elite prospects were already in the NHL. Now that a new crop has been added he will drop back down.
     
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    1. RNH
    2. Jonathan Huberdeau
    3. Oliver Ekman-Larsson
    4.David Rundblad
    5. Mikael Granlund
    6. Brayden Schenn
    7. Vladimir Tarasenko
    8. Evgeny Kuznetsov
    9. Adam Larsson
    10. Gabriel Laneskog
    11. Brett Connolly
    12. Ryan Ellis
    13. Ryan Murphy
    14. Nazem Kadri
    15. Ryan Johansen

    Never was a fan of the portland winterhawks... also I don't think ryan strome is a top 15 prospect
     
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    Huberdeau is pretty high on list, eh?
     
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    have to imagine Merrill and Morin very high on that list as well. Merrill should make a serious case for top 20 with his freshman year. Morin looks like a top 6 sniper in the NHL, have to imagine he is no worse then #25.
     
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    Ellis ahead of Johansen? Fail
     
  25. TheBradyBunch

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    Someone who has inexplicably not been mentioned is Tim Erixon.
     

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