Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by alko, Aug 2, 2011.
can you say me some "big names" that are coming to this tournament?
Canada: Griffin Reinhart
USA: Alex Galchenyuk
Russia: Mikhail Grigorenko
There's other great players but here's three big name types to start you off
I'd watch Cristoval Neives for USA. He's got a great skill set, and has the ability to be a first round pick at next years draft.
I'll keep an eye on Filip Forsberg and Sebastian Collberg.
He's a player who I have watched for years. He needs to re-commit himself to this sport if he wants to advance. You can't just play the games at this age.
Sweden: Top draft prospects Filip Forsberg and Sebastian Collberg, and if you want to take a look at a 2013 first rounder, Elias Lindholm will be on the team. Fantastic player.
Malte StrÃ¶mwall will be on the team as well for those curious about his coming CHL potential, as well as some other good 2012 prospects, including G Oscar Dansk and D Calle Andersson.
I'd have to agree. I haven't seen him play since his MM year, so I'm hoping I can catch a few games.
There's no big names for this years draft because Olli Maatta plays at u-20 tourny at lake placid, biggest name for next years draft might be Ville Pokka who is offensive defenceman. Other names are Alexandr Barkov jr. and Rasmus Ristolainen who are very talented at projects first round for the 2013 draft.
Sounds like Hunter Shinkaruk has been possibly the best forward at camp for Canada so far. Not even eligible until 2013.
TSN.ca Notes: Matt Dumba of Red Deer certainly stood out - fearless and physical. He was slick with the puck, spinning away from defenders with a great cross-ice stretch pass through the middle to start a rush. He had great anticipation in his own end and a big open ice hit on the penalty kill. Head coach Steve Spott after the game called him "a dynamic player," and, "the real deal."
can you split out top fowards for upcoming draft from canada? i have heard alot about dmens.
Frankly, I was surprised that they chose him after USAH/NDTP evaluators soured so much on him last year.
Two top 2013 eligibles from Finland, Rasmus Ristolainen and Sasha Barkov.
So excited about them.
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