Your 2004 top 10.

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  1. not quite yoda

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    Rank your top ten list for the 2004 draft. Malkin's concussion should be taken into account, just as was Olesz's at the WJC. Here's mine:

    1. Ovechkin.
    2. Malkin.
    3. Schremp.
    4. Olesz.
    5. Wolski.
    6. Barker.
    7. Montoya.
    8. Tukonen.
    9. Smid.
    10. Schwartz.
     
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    1Ovechkin
    2Malkin
    3Olesz
    4Shremp
    5Barker
    6Wolski
    7Montoya
    8Tukonen
    9Shwarz
    10Chipchura
     
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    1- Ovechkin
    2- Schremp
    3- Malkin
    4- Barker
    5- Olesz
    6- Schwarz
    7- Montoya
    8- Tukonen
    9- Wolski
    10- Chipchura
     
  4. Alex Kovalev

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    1. Alexander Ovechkin
    2. Evgeny Malkin
    3. Rostislav Olesz
    4. Cam Barker
    5. Wojtech Wolski
    6. Al Montoya
    7. Kyle Chipchura
    8. Robbie Schremp
    9. Marek Shwartz
    10. Lauri Tukonen
     
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    1. Ovechkin
    2. Malkin
    3. Barker
    4. Olesz
    5. Schremp
    6. Schwarz
    7. O'Neil
    8. Tukonen
    9. Wolski
    10. Chipchura
     
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    1. Ovechkin
    2. Malkin
    3. Olesz
    4. Barker
    5. Schremp
    6. Schwarz
    7. Tukonen
    8. Wolski
    9. Montoya
    10. Chipchura
     
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    Wow, almost everyone seems to have Chipchura in their top ten. I'm surprised mainly because he has extremely weak stats for an offensive player who would go in the top 10.

    If you compare Chipchura to all the CHL forwards drafted in the top 10 picks since 1981, he has the fourth lowest points per game. Only Brett Lindros, Michael Rupp, and Alek Stojanov have worse offensive numbers. And his goals per game is tied for the worst with Michael Rupp. And while Chipchura has solid size, the three mentioned above were drafted that high because they were extremely large and physical and had power forward potential, while Chipchura seems to be more of a finesse player with grit. I think he may be getting a tad overrated.
     
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    Ovechkin
    Malkin
    Wolski
    Olesz
    Barker
    Schremp
    Tukonen
    O'Neil
    Schwarz
    Ladd
     
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    That is probably the highest I've seen Wolski is any predicition so far. I'm curious as to why you had him ranked so high ?
     
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    Ovechkin
    Malkin
    Olesz
    Barker
    Tukonen
    Schremp
    Schwarz
    Picard
    Wolski
    O'Neill
     
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    I will continue to post a thread just like this one every 6 weeks or so until the draft to gauge the concensus order and to see wether there is any major evolution in a player's ranking.
     
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    Wolski is an excellent prospect and could very well go as high as 3rd. If a team needs a sniper and wants to take a safe pick, they could take Wolski. I would agree with most that Olesz, Malkin, or Schremp would be better picks, but with taking those players comes risks. Olesz and Malkin both having major concussions recently, and the attitude/baggage that comes with taking Schremp. Wolski may be the safer pick. He has 1st line scoring winger written all over him. My favourite NA prospect by far.
     
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    For the last time, THERE IS NO ATTITUDE OR BAGGAGE WITH SCHREMP. People can question his move from Mississauga, but make no mistake, he works hard, and is a good teammate.
     
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    If you say so. Schremp seems kinda like this years O'Sullivan, though I cannot see him falling further then 10th, just too much talent.
     
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    1. Alexander Ovechkin
    2. Evgeny Malkin
    3. Marek Schwarz
    4. Rostislav Olesz
    5. Cam Barker
    6. Wojtek Wolski
    7. Lauri Tukonen
    8. Mike Green
    9. Alexandre Picard
    10. Alvaro Montoya

    I don't think Schwarz will go that high, but it's just my own personal favourites list.
     
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    1. Alexander Ovechkin
    2. Evgeny Malkin
    3. Rostislav Olesz
    4. Cam Barker
    5. Wojtek Wolski
    6. Mike Green
    7. Marek Schwarz
    8. Lauri Tukonen
    9. Alvaro Montoya
    10. Drew Stafford

    HM: Robbie Schremp,David Bolland,Wes O'Neill and AJ Thelen
     
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    This is a good thread, because I've been putting off getting a list of my personal top 10. So now I can buckle down and do it:

    1. Alexander Ovechkin
    2. Evgeni Malkin
    3. Rostislav Olesz
    4. Cam Barker
    5. Marek Schwarz
    6. Rob Schremp
    7. Lauri Tukonen
    8. Wojtek Wolski
    9. Alexandre Picard
    10. Drew Stafford
     
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    i keep hearing the attitude/baggage thing. I know he wasn't taken by team USA for the WJCs. What happened in Mississauga and did he make the comments attributed to him (something about not playing next year) when he wasn't picked for the WJC team?
     
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    1.Ovechkin
    2.Malkin
    3.Schremp
    4.Tukonen
    5.Green
    6.Barker
    7.Olesz
    8.Picard
    9.Wolski
    10.O'Neil

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    1.Ovechkin
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    4.Barker
    5.Schremp
    6.Wolski
    7.Tukonen
    8.Schwarz
    9.Picard
    10.Chipchura

    The only guy I do not know much of is Malkin. I head he have a bad shot? and a step or two down from Staal? Or can he be the next Svitov? But I doubt it as from what I heard Malkin is a hard worker. Well fill me in expert...
     
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    Two questions:

    1.) What kind of attitude does Rob Schremp have, exactly? And please don't cry "wahhh he left Mississauga", if you've ever met the kid or followed him since he has went to London, you'd know what kind of off-ice person this guy is.

    2.) Where do you get the stuff that you've you been smoking to think that he will drop to #8 and Wolski goes ahead of him at #5. Whatever it is, grab me a quarter pound.
     
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    1.) Ovechkin
    2.) Schremp
    3.) Malkin
    4.) Olsez
    5.) Barker
    6.) Wolski
    7.) Tukonen
    8.) Montoya
    9.) Chipchura
    10.)Green



    Wes O'Neill, Drew Stafford and A.J. Thelan should not appear in anyones top 10's. There is no way any of these three should consdier leaving school. Definately not O'Neill....he shot down Kingston (OHL) so he could go the US route, there is no way he will leave school just to go in the draft a year sooner.
     
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    1. Alexander Ovechkin
    2. Evgeny Malkin
    3. Rostislav Olesz
    4. Cam Barker
    5. Marek Schwarz
    6. Wojtek Wolski
    7. Lauri Tukonen
    8. Enver Lisin
    9. Rob Schremp
    10. Jakub Sindel
     
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    Ovechkin
    Malkin
    Barker
    Olesz
    Schremp
    Wolski
    Montoya
    Green
    Schwarz
    Picard

    And, IMO, all the kids in the 2-5 range could easily be interchangable based on a team's needs, injuries, whatever.
     
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    Interesting, you're the first to put him in your top 10. Is there any info you can share about this guy?
     
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