Who has the most underated skill?

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  1. sharkyz15

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    I think that Jonathan Cheechoo's skill is way underated

    Here is the proof:

    Here he freezes Marty Turco and then roofs it
    http://sjsharks.com/sharks/interactive/play_of_the_game/movies/sharks_highlights_031604_2.wmv

    Here Cheech uses the toe drag to beet the d and get the gwg
    http://www.sjsharks.com/sharks2002/...he_game/movies/sharks_highlights_122203_4.wmv

    This is my fav he scores on the penalty shot using the old kick start
    http://www.sjsharks.com/sharks2002/...he_game/movies/sharks_highlights_022304_3.wmv
     
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    He's too young to be underrated so soon.
     
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    What's Cheech done that no Sharks fan expected? Before the year, we were talking about how he was a 20-25 goal guy this year, and he's met my expectations there. If anything, he's perfectly rated.

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    Evgeny Gladskikh, the best prospect no one has heard about, well except me. This guy reminds me a lot of Pavel Datsyuk. :bow:
     
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    Is EG gonna sign with the Canucks or what?
     
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    Yeah, Dave Nonis said they were interested in signing a couple of their prospects in Europe (Kankaanpera, Gladskikh, and Krikunov). We'll have to wait to the summer to see what happens, but I'm hopefull that Gladskikh will get signed.
     
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    Patrick O'sullivan is skills are so much underrated... better than Richards,Carter,Getzlaf and maybe Staal
     
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    Nathan Horton? Or do you think he is rated as good as he is or better than he is? I think he is underrated becuase all of the talk at the draft and start of the season was about Fleury, Staal, and Zherdev, not much about Horton. I think he is doing way better than what some people expected. I have seen him play for a long time and thought he would be very good as I think he has shown.
     
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    Umm... no.

    O'Sullivan's great... but he's definately not as skilled as Staal.

    The other 3... maybe.
     
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    Brandon Segal is going to be a scary power forward for the Preds
     
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    Throw my vote in the hat for Frans Nielsen, NYI 3rd rnd pick in 2002. This kid has me a believer that one day the Danes will have their first NHL player. He scored 9 goals, 7 assists and 16 pts in the SEL as a 19 year old. To put that in perspective, Steen scored 24 and was the same age. Nielsen isn't listed on the EliteProspects.com Top 100 I believe because he is not Swedish. So there is not a lot of attention on him right now. But... I would say he would fit somewhere in the top 20 of that EP.com Top 100 list.
     
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