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  1. iamcaper

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    Have been updated with the 04 draft picks? I'm looking for current ratings on each teams prospects.

    In addition, feel free to post your teams top 10 prospects along with a 1-10 rating for each.
     
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    Montreal Canadiens

    01. Andrei Kostitsyn 8.5
    02. Christopher Higgins 8
    03. Alexander Perezhogin 8
    04. Tomas Plekanec 7.5
    05. Kyle Chipchura 7
    06. Ron Hainsey 7
    07. Corey Locke 7
    08. Cory Urquhart 7
    09. Maxime Lapierre 6.5
    10. Ryan O'Byrne 6.5
     
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    We (Florida) our in the process like Chicago of making our own. We our voting, but its taking a while. I think we are starting prospect #4 soon. Here is our list so far:

    1. Anthony Stewart
    2. Ratislav Olesz
    3. Lukas Krajicek
     
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    Thank-you Markov and PantherboyHTR
     
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    Here are my rankings of the entire Penguins depth chart (most of it, at least).

    RW
    Sergei Anshakov - 6.5
    Colby Armstrong - 5.5
    Nick Johnson - 5.5
    Jonathan Filewich - 5.5
    Moises Gutierrez - 4.5

    C
    Evgeni Malkin - 9
    Johannes Salmonsson - 8
    Ben Eaves - 7
    Maxime Talbot - 7
    Patrik Bartschi - 6.5
    Ryan Stone - 6
    Michal Sivek - 6
    Brian Gifford - 6
    Erik Christensen - 6
    Steven Dixon - 5.5
    Tyler Kennedy - 5.5
    Jordan Morrison - 5
    Brian Ihnacek - 5
    Evgeni Isakov - 4

    LW
    Matt Murley - 6.5
    Matt Moulson - 6.5
    Guillame Lefebvre - 6

    D
    Ryan Whitney - 8
    Noah Welch - 8
    Paul Bissionnette - 6.5
    Daniel Fernholm - 6
    Ondrej Nemec - 6
    Alex Goligoski - 5.5
    Michal Sersen - 5
    Rob Scuderi - 5
    Chris Peluso - 5
    Ross Lupaschuk - 4.5
    Alex Rouleau - 4.5
    Drew Fata - 4.5

    G
    Tomas Duba - 6.5
    Bobby Goepfert - 6
    Andy Chiodo - 6
    Dave Brown - 5.5

    I would make the top ten (this doesn't include Fleury, obviously):

    1. Evgeni Malkin - 9
    2. Ryan Whitney - 8
    3. Noah Welch - 8
    4. Johannes Salmonsson - 8
    5. Ben Eaves - 7
    6. Maxime Talbot - 7
    7. Sergei Anshakov - 6.5
    8. Matt Murley - 6.5
    9. Patrik Bartschi - 6.5
    10. Matt Moulson - 6.5
     
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    Not saying your teams rankings are rated to high....

    but...

    When you look at the Sharks site, please to consider that Kevin Wey is really honest with his rankings.

    So when a guy like Johannes Salmonsson gets an 8...then Sharks forward Milan Michalek gets a 7.5.

    Please don't think MIlan is any less of a prospect compared to Salmonsson.
     
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    I think the number rankings are kind of lame.

    But MKN, I agree with your rankings otherwise.
     
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    Sens page has been updated.

    1. G Ray Emery
    2. D Andrej Meszaros
    3. RW Patrick Eaves
    4. C Igor Mirnov
    5. C Alexei Kaigorodov
    6. D Kirill Lyamin
    7. RW Brandon Bochenski
    8. D Jan Platil
    9. G Billy Thompson
    10. LW Chris Kelly

    http://www.hockeysfuture.com/article.php?sid=7087&mode=threaded&order=0

    Go to that link for an in-depth look at the Sens top 20 prospects.
     
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    Other than the centers for the most part the Pens look ok. Salmonsson just seems ridiculously high right now.
     
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    8's for Welch and Salmonsson?? Malkin the same rating as Ovechkin? OKay....
     
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    Well, I will say it: YOU'RE RANKINGS ARE TO HIGH! That don't make to much sence for me...
     
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    Myself and Sukhwinder completed the top 20 Canucks prospects several weeks ago, along with updating all of the top 20 prospect profiles along with several others. By the end of the summer we will have the entire group of prospects with new profiles.
     
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    Here's my top 20 for the Habs:

    1. Andrei Kostitsyn RW 8
    2. Alexander Perezhogin RW 7.5
    3. Chris Higgins LW 7
    4. Tomas Plekanec C 7
    5. Kyle Chipchura C 7
    6. Ron Hainsey D 7
    7. Yann Danis G 6.5
    8. Marcel Hossa LW 6.5
    9. Cory Urquhart C 6.5
    10. Maxim Lapierre C 6
    11. Ryan O'Byrne D 6
    12. Corey Locke C 6
    13. Michael Lambert LW 6
    14. Oskari Korpikari D 6
    15. Alexei Yemelin D 6
    16. James Wyman RW 6
    17. Andrew Archer D 5.5
    18. Chris Heino-Lindberg G 5
    19. Jaroslav Halak G 5
    20. Jonathan Ferland RW 5
     
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    In retrospect it might have been better to have Salmonsson a 7 or 7.5, but were it not for an injury, he would have been taken a lot higher. He has the skills, speed, and smarts to be an impact player in the NHL.

    I would probably make Michalek higher than a 7.5.

    I would say that they are more too much open to interpretation. Too many people look at rankings and think that a prospect will fill that potential, when in fact the opposite is true. Most prospects fail, the majority are unable to fufill their potential.

    I did my rankings based on how good the player could be, not how they will be. Most of them will never even have a small NHL carreer.

    Yeah, 8 for Welch who may be even a little better than Whitney. He's got great size for a defensemen and good offensive and defensive skills.

    8 as I said above is probably too high for Salmonsson. I think he definitely has the potential to be a scoring line forward.

    9 for Malkin. 9, according to the chart I used, means star potential. Most would agree that Malkin has star potential.

    Which ones do you think are too high?

    Gifford and Christensen should probably be bumped down a notch, and Salmonsson is a little high, but other than that I don't see how my ranking are too high based on potential.


    Anyways, let's not turn this into another my prospect is better than yours thread, I was just providing what the original poster asked for, and copied the whole depth chart I had already made right after the draft.
     
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    Guy Flaming has updated the Oilers Top 20 Prospects and continues to go above and beyond the call of duty for HFBoards...although it doesn't go unappreciated by the posters on the Oilers Board.

    :bow:
     
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    thanks for all your posts thus far, keep em coming. Maybe we'll spark a few updates here. :dunno:
     
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    I will second that opinion. He did an awesome job. I think that's the standard all HF writers should shoot for on the team prospects pages. At least....I'd like to see it. I'm sure it won't happen...but....one can dream
     
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    In case you're interested to contrast & compare: Canuck rankings were as follows:

    LW
    1. Evgeny Gladskikh 6.5
    2. Fedor Fedorov 6
    3. Nicklas Danielsson 4.5
    4. Andrew Sarauer 4.5
    5. Ty Morris 4
    6. Marc-Andre Roy 3
    7. Thomas Nüssli 2.5

    C
    1. Ryan Kesler 7
    2. Ilya Krikunov 7
    3. Brandon Reid 6
    4. Francois-Pierre Guenette 6
    5. Tim Smith 5
    6. Nathan Smith 4.5
    7. Konstantin Mikhailov 3

    RW
    1. Marc-Andre Bernier 6.5
    2. Brandon Nolan 6
    3. Jesse Schultz 5.5
    4. Mike Brown 5
    5. Jannik Hansen 4
    6. Sergei Topol 3.5
    7. John Laliberte 3

    D
    1. Kirill Koltsov 7
    2. Brett Skinner 6.5
    3. Tomas Mojzis 6
    4. Denis Grot 6
    5. Markus Kankaanperä 5.5
    6. Kevin Bieska 5.5
    7. Alexander Edler 5
    8. Matthew Hansen 4.5
    9. Nathan McIver 4
    10. David Schulz 4
    11. Chad Brownlee 3.5
    12. Matt Gens 2.5

    G
    1. Alexander Auld 8
    2. Cory Schneider 7
    3. Lukas Mensator 5.5
    4. Julien Ellis-Plante 5.5
    5. Robert McVicar 4.5
    6. Matt Violin 4
     
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    I think Welch, Salmonsson and Talbot could be ranked .5 lower. Other than that, I pretty much agree with your rankings. Well done! :handclap:
     
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    I've seen Welch play and frankly, i'd give him 6.5 maximum. He doesn't impressed me at all.
     
  23. I guess I'll do Minnesota's (George is a wonderful man though)

    LW:
    Roman Voloshenko- 7.0
    Julian Sprunger- 6.5
    Peter Olvecky- 6.0
    Stephane Veilleux- 6.0
    Patrick Bordaleau- 5.5
    Jordan Krestanovich- 5.5
    Mark Rooneem- 4.5
    Mathieu Melanson- 4.0
    Derek Boogaard- 3.5
    Mika Hannula- 1.0

    Center:
    Patrick O'Sullivan- 8.5
    Rickard Wallin- 7.5
    Danny Irmen- 6.5
    Mikko Koivu- 6.5
    Adam Courchaine- 6.0
    Dan Cavanaugh- 5.5
    Marc Cavosie- 5.5
    Mark Cullen- 5.5
    Kyle Wilson- 5.0
    Marcin Kolusz- 4.0

    RW:
    Matt Foy- 7.0
    Kyle Wanvig- 6.5
    Mike Erickson- 5.5
    Aaron Boogaard- 5.0
    Jean-Michel Rizk- 5.0
    Ryan Jones- 5.0
    Niklas Eckerblom- 2.0

    Defense:
    AJ Thelen- 7.5
    Brent Burns- 7.0
    Jean-Michel Bolduc- 6.5
    Georgi Misharin- 6.0
    Ryan Stokes- 6.0
    Clayton Stoner- 5.5
    Chris Heid- 5.5
    Zbynek Michalek- 5.5
    Eric Reitz- 5.0
    Jean-Claude Sawyer- 5.0
    Mikhail Tyulypakin- 2.0

    Goalies:
    Josh Harding- 8.0
    Kyle Kettles- 5.0
    Anton Khudobin- 3.0
    Miroslav Kopriva- 3.0
     
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    wow...how did Mikko slide down so far? [not that i disagree...just wondering]
     
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    Is Harding really doing that well? Cool.
     
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