Updated ISS 2007 draft rankings -- Dec. 4

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  1. PuckheadMcGillycuddy

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    Nice to see Cherepanov on the top 30 (no. 22)! This guy is having a great year in the RSL. The funny thing is that according to Hockeydb.com, Cherepanov is 5.10 but on the ISS list, he is a big guy : 6.03! What is the truth? Is he big or small?
     
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    No Korostin around at all? JVR getting lots of publicity, however, and seems to be solidifying himself near the top, as many predicted he would. Cherepanov at 22 is not-so-modest IMO. He may be worthy of low-mid teens with the way he has been playing over the pond.
     
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    What the heck? The one I saw a few days ago had "Backlund" at 9. Now he's not even on the list? What's goin' on?
     
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    He's playing terribly for Vasteras in the Allsvenskan and was left off Sweden's WJC prelim roster completely because of it.
     
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    Fair enough. I was under the impression that what I looked at a few days ago was made at the end of November.
     
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    Hockeydb.com is horrendous in terms of out of date, incorrect player measurements. ISS sounds to have it about right, Alexei Cherepanov is indeed tall and rather lanky.

    However, who in God's name is: "Sherepanov, Alekei"?! :amazed:
     
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    Turris gained 14th spot, kane 8th spot and veilleux 12th spot.
     
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    According to who or what? Did you check the above link?
     
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    He was left of the team because he hasnt really progressed this year. Patrik Berglund plays on the same team and hes on the prelim roster.
     
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    I doubt Cherepanov is 6'03. He plays with Kuryanov (and Kuryanov is close to 5'10, at least I've seen him live with something like this). They look like they both have the same height or close to it.
     
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    Cherepanov, Bashkirov, Karamnov, Korostin, Gratchev, and Mayorov have all cycled in and out of top 30 now. I like how deep this draft is for Russia... perhaps the best since 1983 born players got drafted?

    Suffice to say it is quite strange to see Mayorov as the top Russian skater. :amazed:
     
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    He is 180cm and 78kg... which is about 5'9 and 172lb.
     
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    That's 5'11 actually.
     
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    180cm=5´11 actually
     
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    And how is ISS close to having the correct height in listing him as 6'3''? i thought he was tall and rather lanky?
     
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    Plante at 17th? I think he's a first day pick, but first round? Over complete players like Ross?

    Otherwise pretty accurate. You could argue Cunti going higher, but once you get past the top ten everyone's lists will differ. Seems like this year has great defensemen in high quantity, and some really talented forwards here and there.

    How long is it going to take for Valach to get on one of these lists? I think he's better than Plante. And he's bigger.
     
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    In the november ranking turris was 23rd he is now 9th kane was 19th he his now 11th and veilleux is now 18th he was 30th
     
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    UH? That's not the impression i had when i saw him something like one week ago. I thought something like 5'11"..

    edit* i see it was discussed later.. but this makes it even more confusing:
    "He is 180cm and 78kg... " 180 is not that tall (5'11 like they said and not 5'9..nor 6'3!) and 78kg for a 180cm tall 17yrs old doesn't sound lanky!
     
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    ISS seems to be becoming enamoured with Swiss forward Luca Cunti much like they were with a then little-known, suspectly-challenged Anze Kopitar.

    Anyone see him play?


    Backlund dropped because of this too:

    Sounds like someone overhyped him...
     
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    Where is Oscar Möller? He definately should be between 10-20 on this list...
     
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    Moller has been moved down to No. 32 in our December rankings. Our chief scout and our director of scouting have seen him play in the last three weeks. They are concerned about his skating, especially since he's not really big enough to overpower guys.
     
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    Damn typos. Spelling of Alexei Cherepanov's name and his height (six-feet) will be fixed. Thank you for your forbearance.
     

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