Top non drafted players in WJC?

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  1. Kugel

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    Who are the top players who arent drafted?
     
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    From Team Russia training camp squad : Rylov as D-man + Romanov. Both from Dynamo. Rylov has locked spot in RSL leader team with lowest GA. Romanov has excellent season under coach Krikunov. IMO.
     
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    From the U.S. the only undrafted players are Brian Lee, Nate Hagemo, and Phil Kessel. Lee and Hagemo are rated for 2005, and could be drafted late 1st-mid 2nd and 4th or later respectfully. Kessel is a 2006, and is an early frontrunner to be a top five or so pick, with the number one slot a distinct possibility.
     
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    From Sweden...

    Daniel Ahsberg - F
    David Rautio - G
     
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    How about T.J. Hensick? Hensick is available for the 2005 draft and could go late first early second round. I believe Central Scouting had him #2 college player for this draft behind Boston College's Dan Bertram. I like the comparison someone made between Martin St. Louis and Hensick. This kid can flat out fly and he's almost automatic around the net. Despite being a bit shorter, he does play with some jam and will throw his body around.
     
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    You're right. I had realized I had forgotten to include him a while ago but forgot to edit my post. He's a great player, who like you said is a later 1st, early 2nd round talent.
     
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    I know that Rautio had a good 4 nation tourney, but wouldn't Heino-Lindberg be a smarter choice to be the starter? I've seen the guy and he's got top-end skills, plus he's already playing in a men's league and putting awesome numbers (in a fairly offensive league I think).
     
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    jakub kindl
     
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    Dan Bertram......I wish I could see him play atleast once. I hope NJ finds a way to draft him based on the reports I have been hearing and his under 18 performence.
     
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    wouldn't he need to be invited to make the team?
     
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    I meant to quote the guy above me. I know he wasn't invided. I was kindoff talking to myself while writeing that post.
     
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    Heino-Lindbergh will probably be the starter.

    Per Savilahti-Nagander could with a good showing be drafted next summer. He is a huge defenseman with good passing and skating, it's mysterious he has been overlooked for two straight drafts.
     
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