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Top 20 prospects

Créé par: Daredevil514
Date de création initiale: 30 mars 2022
Publié: 1 avr. 2022
Équipe: 2021-22 Canadiens de Montréal
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1. Kaiden Guhle:
His lack of wow factor and offensive potential are quickly erased by the fact that him becoming a steady top 4 Dman is almost a sure thing. The intagibles are also a big reason of his top spot. It seems like any coaches, teammates and journalists who interact with him is impressed by how much his leadership is high at a young age. He's just so tough, mean, well positioned and active he just can't miss.

2. Sean Farrell:
I put him this high because he's the only prospect in the entire pool who has a legitimate chance of becoming a dominant top6 foward. He thinks quick, his abilities to create plays are off the charts and his skills level is impressive. The size will always be an obstacle but he's smart enough to figure how to bypass it.

3. Justin Barron:
Kind of like Guhle, I think this guy is a sure thing. It's too soon to tell if it will be top4 but a 3rd pair/2pp is pretty much a lock. The offensive upsides are stronger than Guhle's but he doesn't have the mean and physical play to be an impactful top4 defenseman if the offense never translate.

4. Logan Mailloux:
Typical boom or bust prospect IMO. Checks all the boxes in term of attributes (heavy shot, physicality, mobility etc) but his decision making and understanding of the game needs A LOT of work. He would be higher if he was smarter on the ice but he relies too much on his skills. Might work in the OHL but a possible major problem for his professionnal career.

5. Cayden Primeau:
The hype for Primeau has faded this year because of how bad his short stints with the team were. I personnally don't give too much importance to this because of how bad the team in front of him played. He is still very young for a goaltender and currently putting up impressive numbers in the AHL with his confience back. He's still a potential #1 goaltender and it's why I still rank him very high.

6. Jordan Harris:
He just have all the tools to succed in the NHL. Might just be on a 3rd pair but he's exactly in the mold of the new type of defensman. I don't think he will ever put up good numbers but his transition game is so good that he will contribute to the offense in all sorts of ways. His positioning and stick control are also very good so I dont think it will be hard for him to defend well in the nhl. His light frame and lack of toughness might be the only reasons he could fail to have an impact but Im not too concerned about that.

7. Joshua Roy:
I think he's our most intriguing prospect. He was the 1st overall pick of the 2019 LHJMQ draft, he just did not work hard enough after that and had put on too much weight. Since he took care of those problems he's just crushing it. I think he would have been a much higher nhl pick if he understood he needed to work very hard sooner. His defensive game and 1v1 still needs a lot of work but they are improving quickly this year. He's got a great shot and a quick release but he needs to utilize it more often. He's very creative and skilled. I think he's the only other player in the system with a real shot at a top6 role even if its a long one

8. Jesse Ylonen:
I think his time in the AHL has come to an end. He may never be much more than a bottom 6 winger but his shot and defensive awareness are already good and his speed is elite. I think he could be our next lehkonen type of swiss knife player. He's not the grinder lehkonen was but he also have more offensive upside than him.

9. Jan Mysak:
He's got the IQ to be an effective centerman and I think he's going to be for sure an NHLer at some point. Because of his anticipation, puck recuperation, scoring ability and the fact he creates a lot of turnovers, he's less of a question mark than others.

10. Emil Heineman:
I hesitated between a couple of guys here, I went with Heineman because like Ylonen, Heineman could be the next swiss knife type of player. He's fast, physical and his defensive game is good. The lack of offense will probably prevent him of a top6 role but he's got a package of skills/size that is rare in our foward pool.

11. Riley Kidney
12. Jayden Strubble
13. Mattias Norlinder
14. Frederik Dichow
15. Jakub Dobes
16. Dmitri Kostenko
17. Luke Tuch
18. Rafael Harvey-Pinard
19. Oliver Kapanen
20. Arber Xhekaj
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Leafs fan here so I can’t speak perfectly on everything, but good analysis’s. Habs have a deep pool but now with Caufield graduated they don’t have too many prospects I would classify as Top prospects, moreso just a lot of depth B guys. Personally, I would have Norlinder a good bit higher on your list as from what I know he’s very solid, and Mailloux lower. The rest I can’t really speak on
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surprised to see dobes this low! also blondi belongs in the top 20 in my opinion!
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Quoting: Lambchopz
Leafs fan here so I can’t speak perfectly on everything, but good analysis’s. Habs have a deep pool but now with Caufield graduated they don’t have too many prospects I would classify as Top prospects, moreso just a lot of depth B guys. Personally, I would have Norlinder a good bit higher on your list as from what I know he’s very solid, and Mailloux lower. The rest I can’t really speak on


Exactly what I realized after doing this, good and deep with no real elite game breaking talent at least offense wise. At least this could change very soon with 4 1st round pick in the next 2 years (one top 5 and probably one top 10 next year). As for Norlinder, the progression is just not good enough and injuries are starting to be a common thing with him. Mailloux has too much tools to be lower but this is all subjective anyway!
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surprised to see dobes this low! also blondi belongs in the top 20 in my opinion!


For Biondi, I admit it's just a lack of knowledge but I read that he had a very good first NCAA season. For Dobes, the sample is very short and it's also me not being comfortable enough with goalies to put them higher except for Primeau because we know him and saw him much more).
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Interesting good job. What about Ty Smilanic ? I would put him at least in the top ten. IMO we have too many small players so I would use Farrel as an addition for a big trade this summer.
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Interesting good job. What about Ty Smilanic ? I would put him at least in the top ten. IMO we have too many small players so I would use Farrel as an addition for a big trade this summer.


Could be in the top 20, I know he has impressive speed and a scoring touch but I did not have the chance to read more or see some videos on him so it's more of a lack of knowledge like I said about Biondi above. For Farrell, I think he's a gem and would absolutly not trade him because of too many small players in the organization. If he becomes as good as I think and we do end up having to many small fowards, we could just get rid of someone else. Of course if he is part of a deal that brings a good established top6, I can go with it but I would try to trade 1st round picks or other prospects to achieve that before him.
 
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