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Biggest prospect steals of every NHL team with help

Created by: Gmonwy
Initial Creation Date: Apr 5, 2021
Published: Apr 5 at 7:07
Team: 2020-21 Custom Team
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For Flames it would probably be Dustin Wolf.
So far this season he has a .975 save percentage and a 0.71 GAA in 7 games played with the Everett Silvertips. What is your teams biggest steal that is still a prospect?
ROSTER SIZESALARY CAPCAP HITOVERAGES BONUSESCAP SPACE
10$999,999,999$16,193,674$0$367,500$983,806,325
Left WingCenterRight Wing
OTT
Abramov, Vitaly
$730,833
LW
RFA - 1
ANA
Agozzino, Andrew
$700,000
C, LW
UFA - 1
FLA
Acciari, Noel
$1,666,667
RW, C
NTC
UFA - 2
TOR
Agostino, Kenny
$737,500
LW
UFA - 1
NYI
Aho, Sebastian
$725,000
LD
RFA - 2
NSH
Afanasyev, Egor
$803,333
C
RFA - 3
CAR
Aho, Sebastian
$8,460,250
C, LW
UFA - 4
TBL
Barré-Boulet, Alex
$759,258
C
RFA - 1
MIN
Addison, Calen
$795,000
RD
RFA - 3
Left DefenseRight DefenseGoaltender
CGY
Wolf, Dustin
$815,833
G
RFA - 3

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Apr 5 at 7:10
#1
Joined: Jul 2019
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Alex Barre Boulet of the Lightning. Undrafted and worked up a high ceiling through hard work in the minors. Expect to hear his name as soon as next year.
Apr 5 at 7:12
#2
Jack Hughes is Elite
Joined: Nov 2017
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Bratt or Sharangovich
Apr 5 at 7:13
#3
Go Sharks Go
Joined: Mar 2021
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For San Jose I'd say Joachim Blichfeld. Selected in the 7th round at spot #210 and is averaging a point per game in the AHL right now at 22.
Apr 5 at 7:13
#4
Joined: Jul 2020
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I’d have to say Robertson given his potential as a middle/top 6 guy and because he had 55 goals in 46 games, after his draft year, in the Ohl.
Or Niemela given the fact that he won top d-man of the world juniors.
Apr 5 at 7:15
#5
Joined: Feb 2021
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Primeau 7th rd pick
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Apr 5 at 7:15
#6
imawesome
Joined: Jun 2018
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me thinking...... HUh. Kucherov in the 2nd? Point in the 3rd? Cirelli in the 3rd? Palat in the 7th? Gourde, Johnson undrafted? Oh they have to be prospects. Well........ ABB? We have like no prospects
Apr 5 at 7:16
#7
Joined: May 2019
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On roster:
Mikes Wood (4th)
Jesper Bratt (6th)
Yegor Sharangovich (5th)

In system
Arseni Gritsyuk (5th)
Tyce Thompson (4th)
Case McCarthy (4th)
Apr 5 at 7:17
#8
Thread Starter
Joined: Sep 2020
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Quoting: imawesome
me thinking...... HUh. Kucherov in the 2nd? Point in the 3rd? Cirelli in the 3rd? Palat in the 7th? Gourde, Johnson undrafted? Oh they have to be prospects. Well........ ABB? We have like no prospects


I am pissed that Flames drafted Tyler Wotherspoon RIGHT BEFORE KUCHEROV
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Apr 5 at 7:20
#9
Joined: Mar 2019
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Dylan Holloway. He’s been amazing! Definitely a steal. He has 25GP, 11G, 24A, 35P.
Apr 5 at 7:20
#10
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on roster

Bjorkstrand (3rd)
Anderson (3rd)
Gavrikov (5th)
Atkinson (6th)

couple good current prospects. Fix Wolansky and Angle are recent 7ths that lit up their D+1 year and have done really great in the AHL. i think Marchenko will be the biggest steal though. Chinakhov may not be a huge steal but i think hes gonna shock some people.
Apr 5 at 7:22
#11
Canes4Cup
Joined: Feb 2021
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In terms of current prospects for the Canes, I'd say either Beck Warm or Alexander Pashin.
Apr 5 at 7:23
#12
Joined: Feb 2019
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Quoting: Bdawwwgy1
on roster

Bjorkstrand (3rd)
Anderson (3rd)
Gavrikov (5th)
Atkinson (6th)

couple good current prospects. Fix Wolansky and Angle are recent 7ths that lit up their D+1 year and have done really great in the AHL. i think Marchenko will be the biggest steal though. Chinakhov may not be a huge steal but i think hes gonna shock some people.


Hmmm you don't have Anderson anymore
Apr 5 at 7:28
#13
Joined: Apr 2020
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Quoting: SevenLeg
Hmmm you don't have Anderson anymore


yes but he was picked by our current regime.
Apr 5 at 7:29
#14
JRob for Calder
Joined: Sep 2019
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Benn 5th
JRob 2nd
Klingberg 5th (my choice)
Hintz 2nd
Pavs 7th (we didn’t draft him tho)
Apr 5 at 7:38
#15
Joined: May 2019
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On roster --> Rinne, last pick in the 8th round

Prospect --> probably Tolvanen right now (technically on roster, but is rookie so he = prospect), 30th OA but dropped to NSH and looks like he could've arguably been a top 10 pick that year (we'll have to see on Farrance, 3rd rounder)

All time --> Hornqvist, the literal last pick in the 2005 draft
Apr 5 at 7:39
#16
Jack MVP Campbell
Joined: Feb 2020
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Andreas Johnston for the leafs probably. We suck atblate round drafting
Apr 5 at 7:43
#17
Jarlotti
Joined: Dec 2019
Posts: 412
Likes: 89
So far for the Ducks here’s what I’ve noticed for players under 25:

Troy Terry - 148th OA
Trevor Zegras - 9 OA
Jamie Drysdale - 6 OA ( playing like a 1 OA pick )
Artyom Galimov - 129 OA ( playing very well in the KHL )
Lukas Dostal - 85 OA

If you want to count him:

Ondrej Kase - 205th OA
Apr 5 at 7:45
#18
Blues GM v4
Joined: Nov 2016
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For the Caps, probably looking at Martin Fehervary. Definitely ready to play right now and has been for about a year and a half. Vanecek is the "obvious" answer, and Protas is an under-the-radar guy who's done pretty well in the KHL
Apr 5 at 7:50
#19
Isles7
Joined: Jun 2019
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Pelech (3rd rd 2012) , anders lee (6th rd 2009)
Apr 5 at 8:05
#20
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Hoglander if he still counts as a prospect if not Rathbone 4th rounder who's got 5 points in 4 games as a rookie in the AHL
Apr 5 at 8:33
#21
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Sens got Formenton in the 2nd round and Batherson in the 4th. Guennette is looking promising for a 7th round pick.

All time, the Sens have done a great job of getting value in late rounds. Pageau was a 4th rounder, Dzingel in the 7th, Hoffman was a 5th, Stone was a 6th. Brian Elliot is an extremely underrated draft find, nearly 500 games out of a goalie in the 9th round. Also the greatest player in franchise history, Daniel Alfredsson was a 6th round pick.
Apr 5 at 10:44
#22
wpg
Joined: Dec 2017
Posts: 1,534
Likes: 717
Heinola
 
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