Who are the most versatile 2011 draft eligible prospects?

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  1. chrisralph007

    chrisralph007 Registered User

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    A center who can play wing or vice versa. A blueliner who can play forward. A forward who could be put on the blueline. Heck, a goalie who can man the point on the PP (Note: the last point was just a little outside!).

    Example = Jonathon Hurbedeau who is a center who has played LW because Sea Dogs have Zach Phillips.
     
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    It depends on the teams that draft them. Many teams draft natural centres but see them better suited as wingers. E.g. Jeff Skinner, Nazem Kadri.
     
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    Fair enough. I'm thinking of guys that have already proved in juniors/college, etc. For instance, Brandon MacMillan (Ducks) who played "D" when his WHL team suffered injuries and did an admirable job. 2012 eligible blueliner Matt Dumba also gets thrushed into a forward role for the Red Deer Rebels.
     
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    Yeah ive seen dumba play forward and do great
     

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