Who are some of the potential re-entries

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  1. Alfie#11

    Alfie#11 Registered User

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    Can we get a bit of a list of some of the 2002 draft prospects that may re-enter the 2004 draft after not being signed?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. montreal

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    For the Habs, they have 2, Michael Lambert and Andre Deveaux. I think Lambert gets signed for sure, but Deveaux I'm not sure. I hope he's signed though.

    Don't know who else from the '02 draft will reenter.
     
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    I doubt Deveaux would want to re-enter the draft but if the Habs don't sign him it could happen.
     
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    I think the Kings have Rome a d-man down in Juniors. Thats about it although they do have some college kids that need to be signed or they become UFA (Steckel, Hogeboom, and Marsters).
     
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    Tim Brent is still unsigned, but he should get a deal. As should Brian Lee and Francois Caron.
    Luke Fritshaw and Chris Petrow might re-enter
     
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    This is a guess from memory, but the following players have to be signed by the Caps or they will re-enter the draft:

    Patrick Wellar
    Derek Krestanovich
    Rob Gherson
    Maxime Daigneault
    Jonas Johansson
    Tomas Fleischmann

    From what I've seen and heard from the Caps' board and other places, plus my speculation, I'd guess that Daigneault, Johansson and Fleischmann will get signed. A credible poster has said that they think Wellar will not be signed.

    Those are the notables, IMHO.

    Not sure about Jakub Klepis' status.
     
  7. leafaholix*

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    Toronto...

    Todd Ford - Unlikely to get a deal.
    Dominic D'Amour - Will get a deal.
     
  8. Hossa

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    Maxime Talbot is a guy who could go much higher if he re-enters. He was an 8th round pick I believe for the Pens, but after scoring over two points a game the last two years, and arguably being the best captain in junior hockey right now, plus his WJC play, he could ask for a lot of money. Furthermore, considering how much depth the Pens have prospect-wise, he may just want to re-enter. He could be one of the more high-profile re-entries.

    For the Senators, Scott Dobben would be a free agent if not signed, but he's had a strong year, so he'll probably get a contract.
     
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    Gherson is worth a pick to someone... but in our goalie stocked system, he's not worth it to us. Nor would he probably want to sign.

    I'd like to see Wellar signed, but doubt it'll occur. Maybe in another couple of years, he'll develop more.

    Johannson, I wouldnt' be shocked to get passed on.
     
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    Klepis would have to be drafted I would think. THe reason is that he was drafted out of the WHL. He went back to Europe, but that's not the determinant. I very well could be wrong about this, but I think he's treated like a CHL prospect even if he doesnt play there anymore.
     
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    Atlanta: Lane Manson, Tyler Boldt, Brad Schell. Schell will probably be signed, possibly Boldt. I doubt it on Manson.
     
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    I totally agree. I think that Daigneault, Johansson. and Fleischmann will be signed 100% for different reasons, not all just based on skill. Gherson seems like he won't receive a deal. Krestanovich doesn't seem likely to receive a deal either (didn't he have a very good training camp for Washington this season? if that was him I guess their would be a 50/50 chance of them signing him). Wellar is interesting and like you said a well respected poster (battleship) said that it was unlikely that he was going to get signed unless he had a good playoffs. So my only question to people that have seen him in the playoffs, how has he looked?
     
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    It would be a shame to let those big defeseman go for nothing.
     
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    Recently in a local Pittsburgh paper article about him, it said near the bottom that he thought Pittsburgh was a good opportunity for him to make a name for himself in the league quickly. I hope that he signs.
     
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    The only problem i could for see is Talbot asking for 2nd round money.

    And Pitt just not being able to give that kind of salary to a 20 year old.

    You will have the same Problem with Steve Dixon.

    These late rounds picks end up being better than when they were drafted so they want more money.

    Boston gave their 2002 8th rd pick Milan Jurcina 800,000 a year, which is pretty much 2nd rd money.
     
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    A recent Hockey's Future article has a quote from his agent on this topic:
    http://www.hockeysfuture.com/article.php?sid=6777&mode=threaded&order=0
     
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    Jesse Lane is a player i've been very impressed with in the USHL this season. He was a high draft pick I believe..... He doesnt seem to be signing with the Hurricanes....could just take the free agent route....could be drafted as well I believe.


    I also dont see Talbot leaving Pittsburgh....They'll devolope him well, and thats the perfect situation for him. Alot of the players were throwing names out there about should be signed. Expecially the list of Caps prospects. No way do they re enter or not get signed.
     
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    Lane is a baby.

    He was drafted in 2002 but the baby wanted to sign in summer 2003.

    He gave Carolina an ultimatum, either you sign me or ill leave the CHL.

    Well Rutherford pretty much said "screw you" lol
     
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    Penguins players that need to be signed.
    69- Erik Christensen- Depends on what he asked. Last year he wanted more money than Patrick was willing to give, this year his play dropped quite a bit. Good chance he'll re-enter.
    234- Maxime Talbot- He fits the system too well, he'll be signed. I'd be a beyond pissed if he doesn't. If it comes to a choice between Christensen and Talbot there's little to no doubt that Talbot would be the one signed.
    265- Dwight LaBrosse- Yeah, right, the guy is already playing in some beer league. He won't be signed but he won't re-enter.

    Cam Paddock signed before the start of the season but returned to Kelowna after only one game in WBS. He can't re-enter the draft.
     
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    I don't think the flames have anyone who is a re-entry?

    they only drafted one CHLer in 2002 and that was Lombardi, a re-entry guy.

    the rest were all collegians (and I don't think any are seniors) or europeans, except for van dergulik who was in the BCHL but now in NCAA
     
  21. Barry Brust could reenter the draft but I don't know how much higher he would be picked.
     
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    I heard something about Derek Meech in Detroit. If he doesn't get signed I would like to see the Flames get him.
     
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    Meech will be signed.. holland and the wing organization isnt that stupid to let a great defenemen like that walk away, besides, with kronwall out of the prospect field almost, he's probably our best defensive prospect
     
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    In regards to the comment made about Dwight LaBrosse... you might want to do some research next time before you post a comment like that... I'd hardly call the USHL "some beer league." It's the top Junior league in the US. And Dwight has put out some awesome numbers during the regular season this year.
    http://www.pointstreak.com/prostats/playerpage.html?playerid=187375&seasonid=258

    Unfortunately, the Penguins have so many developing goalies... hopefully he will get picked up by a different team later this summer. He deserves a shot and will be a UFA after July 1st.
     
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    I was wondering if there is an official list of all the players that are re-entering the draft on any website. So far I haven't found one. Thanks.
     
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