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View Poll Results: Pick the best prospect from the following
Andrew Nielsen 0 0%
Jeremy McKenna 7 5.56%
Justin Kirkland 0 0%
Linus Lindstrom 21 16.67%
Luke Philp 24 19.05%
Mitchell Mattson 0 0%
Nick Schneider 17 13.49%
Pavel Karnaukhov 0 0%
Rinat Valiev 4 3.17%
Ryan Lomberg 49 38.89%
Spencer Foo 4 3.17%
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Old 08-12-2019, 09:31 AM   #1
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Default Calgarypuck Prospect Ranking 2019 - Round 24

Summer time, and time for ...

Calgarypuck's 6th Annual Prospect Ranking Poll Series

Here are the last 5 years for a quick glance ...
Prospect Rankings
2013 - Results
2014 - Results
2015 - Results
2016 - Results
2017 - Results
2018 - Results

As per usual the vote is up to you. Some see it as most likely to play, some see it as highest ceiling, others see it as a mix of both.

Happy voting!

Results

1. Juuso Valimaki - 92.6% (Round 1)
2. Dillon Dube - 54.5% (Round 2)
3. Oliver Kylington - 78.3% (Round 3)
4. Jakob Pelletier - 58.0% (Round 4)
5. Matias Emilio Pettersen - 50.0% (Round 5)
6. Tyler Parsons - 50.0% (Round 6)
7. Matthew Phillips - 55.6% (Round 7)
8. Illya Nikolaev - 33.6% (Round 8)
9. Martin Pospisil - 35.8% (Round 9)
10. Dmitry Zavgorodniy - 29.9% (Round 10)
11. Filip Sveningsson - 23.7% (Round 11)
12. Alexander Yelesin - 54% RO (Run Off)/Round 12)
13. Demetrios Koumontzis (Run Off)/Round 12)
14. Adam Ruzicka - 54% RO (Run Off)/Round 14)
15. Jon Gillies (Run Off)/Round 14)
16. Artyom Zagidulin - 59% RO (Run Off)/Round 16)
17. Glen Gawdin (Run Off)/Round 17)
18. Dustin Wolf - 59% RO (Run Off)/Round 18)
19. Eetu Tuulola (Run Off)/Round 19)
20. Milos Roman - 31.8% (Round 20)
21. Lucas Feuk - 31.8% (Round 21)
22. Carl-Johan Lerby - 27.4% (Round 22)
23. Josh Nodler - 27.4% (Round 23)
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Old 08-12-2019, 09:34 AM   #2
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The conspiracy against Lomberg needs to stop!!
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Went Schneider again. Maybe he builds off a decent year and becomes a more prominent goalie for the Heat this year?

I'm not a big Lomberg guy. He's got the tenacity and wheels to be a 12/13th forward, but he lacks any real skill, and he's just too small to be all that effective in the role he potentially fits (skill wise) at the NHL level. Just my opinion of course.
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I was hoping I was done voting for Lomberg. He isn't even that special, but I have voted for him for so many rounds now. Please folks, just vote for him, and we can move on to other players.

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Old 08-12-2019, 10:18 AM   #6
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I went with Lindstrom. I just can’t vote for Lomberg right now.
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Old 08-12-2019, 10:52 AM   #7
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Voting Lomberg simply to stop the talk of when Lomberg should go. I’d like to actually discuss the merits of the remaining prospects.
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Philp - 2X Usport MVP including Derek Ryan type stats, two way center, rhs, just turned pro. Surprised he's being sold so short, he had a year left of usport that he left early because the Flames were so interested.
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Gawdin gets 40% in the runoff and is retired, Lomberg gets 36.5% and isn't? Dumb.
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Old 08-12-2019, 11:33 AM   #10
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Old 08-12-2019, 11:41 AM   #11
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I still don't get the Lomberg love (and I love Lomberg and the type of game he plays).


Would I trade Philp away to obtain Lomberg? Nope.
Ditto for Schneider.
Definitely ditto for Foo if he wasn't set to become UFA after his KHL contract is up.


I hope he proves me wrong, but I wouldn't trade at least a few of the prospects still left on the board for him.
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Lomberg to get him out of here

Lindstrom and Philp next
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Following Lomberg, my vote will be going to Foo, Lindstrom and then Philp. Foo still has NHL potential, though probably not with the Flames.
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Old 08-12-2019, 02:21 PM   #14
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I went with Lomberg. He's reminds me of Scott Nichol a little bit. Similarly to Lomberg, Nichol toiled in the AHL until he was about 26, then caught on with the Flames and surprisingly went on to play in the NHL for 11 seasons. Outside of an anomalous 22 goal season, he put up almost identical AHL numbers as Lomberg did.

Scott Nichol AHL: GP 398 -- Pts 203 -- PPG 0.51 -- PIMs Per Game 2.59
Ryan Lomberg A: GP 198 -- Pts 108 -- PPG 0.54 -- PIMs Per Game 1.78


Same size, both can skate, both small but scrappy. Both seem to be liked by the coaches and their teammates. I don't see a guy like Lindstrom as a better bet than Lomberg who has had a ton of exposure to the coaches and GM and continues to be offered contracts.
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I have been voting Schneider for awhile now. I am not going to oversell him as he hasn't really shown a lot prior to last season. But last season he was the best goalie in Stockton and he is the same age as Parson's and is a fair bit younger then Gilles.
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I voted Philp. Basically chucking darts at this point.
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I have been voting Schneider for awhile now. I am not going to oversell him as he hasn't really shown a lot prior to last season. But last season he was the best goalie in Stockton and he is the same age as Parson's and is a fair bit younger then Gilles.
I agree. Schneider is way more likely to see NHL time than any of the other guys remaining, IMO. Well, other than Lomberg, but Lomberg has no upside from here.
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Jeremy McKenna
Whether he should be on the list is debatable, but I'm voting based on the players that appear on the list.

One dimensional goal scorer but scoring goals is the most difficult skill in hockey. Excellent at getting open and finding gaps in coverage which allows him to get his hard and accurate shot off. Also terrific on the powerplay. But, his defensive shortcomings significantly reduce his probability of success. Hockey is full of junior snipers who didn't pan out, but there are a few who have turned into mighty good scorers. Over 5 shots per game is insane.

Ceiling: 2nd line W
Probable: Tweener
Floor: Outright bust

After McKenna I don't see anyone else as having anything more than a remote probability of playing above the third line. While McKenna has higher likelihood of busting than some others, his ceiling remains the highest. In other words, his error bar carries more variability.

This is the point in voting where ceiling, to me, starts to give way to playing any games at all in importance. This is also the point where prospects can make big gains or losses in a one-year period of time.

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Mitchell Mattson
Linus Lindstrom
Andrew Nielsen
Justin Kirkland
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