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CDC Consensus Prospect Rankings - #2

Brad Marchand

CDC Consensus Prospect Rankings - #2  

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Current Ranking:

1. Brock Boeser (104 votes - 53.97%)


Eligible Prospects:

Rodrigo Abols
Matthew Brassard
Guillaume Brisebois
Cole Candella
Michael Carcone
Cole Cassels
Anton Cederholm
Jalen Chatfield
Jonathan Dahlen
Thatcher Demko
Michael DiPietro
Jonah Gadjovich
Adam Gaudette
Nikolay Goldobin
Kristoffer Gunnarsson
Philip Holm
Lukas Jasek
Olli Juolevi
Joseph LaBate
Yan-Pavel Laplante
Kole Lind
William Lockwood
Zack MacEwen
Evan McEneny
Brett McKenzie
Griffen Molino
Petrus Palmu
Andrey Pedan
Elias Pettersson
Jack Rathbone
Ashton Sautner
Mackenzie Stewart
Jakub Stukel
Jordan Subban
Jake Virtanen
Dmitri Zhukenov

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I voted Boeser #1 since he's low risk at this time and has shown he can play in the league.  I'm betting he starts this season and puts a good run in for the Calder.

Pettersson I vote #2.  If he develops the way I hope he does, he will likely be a better player than Boeser, but the risk is still there to be worked out.

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2 minutes ago, Fanuck said:



Is there going to be one of these for every guy?

I might stop at 10. The whole purpose is to try to gather a consensus. Besides, it's not like there's much else to talk about right now.

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27 minutes ago, luckylager said:

Was torn between Demko and J-Lev (yes, I just called Juolevi, J-Lev, sorry)


Went with J-Lev because he's younger than Demko... Pettersson is a total unknown to me, sorry again.

Because youth has everything to do with goaltending. Demko has a far more likely chance of success at his position than anybody on that list has at theirs. 

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1 hour ago, 48MPHSlapShot said:



If we're just going by potential alone, Pettersson probably should have been no 1.

Why should we go by just potential alone though? That means if we had drafted Yamamoto he'd be our #1 prospect. I vote for who I think will be the best NHL player, basically combining potential and likelihood of success.

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