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    Hi folks!

    Need some precious advise from a community!

    Where would those three fit both, in terms of upside and NHL readiness among likes of:

    Frost
    Batherson
    Katchouk
    Heponiemi
    Dahlen
    Gaudette
    Sikura
    Lind

    Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: Kravtsov/Farabee/Veleno

    Farabee
    Veleno

    above all of them

    not sure enough is really known about Kravstov to put him above Frost, Dahlen, Katchouk, Hepo.
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    Watching just highlights, Kravstov has some sick skills so I'd put him above the list.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazz View Post
    Watching just highlights, Kravstov has some sick skills so I'd put him above the list.
    you know that Kravstov isn't projected to go in the 1st round this summer, whereas Veleno & Farabee will be right around the 10 spot
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    I'm taking Frost over everyone else in the first post. For the others, you can see my exact order for them (and many others) when you buy Dobber's Fantasy Prospect Report this summer.

    Quote Originally Posted by lucafen4 View Post
    you know that Kravstov isn't projected to go in the 1st round this summer, whereas Veleno & Farabee will be right around the 10 spot
    Kravtsov is actually projected to go late in the 1st if you look at average rankings but his strong showing at the KHL playoffs probably push him a bit further up the rankings. Offensively, he's right up there with Veleno and Farabee - perhaps even higher actually. I've also liked his defensive awareness and effort. Veleno and Farabee offer other qualities like leadership (and ability to play the center ice position with Veleno), and don't carry the Russian risk factor, though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lucafen4 View Post
    you know that Kravstov isn't projected to go in the 1st round this summer, whereas Veleno & Farabee will be right around the 10 spot
    I do a lot of a research all year on the draft (half is what JP posts/writes), and I'd be shocked if Kravstov wasn't a first rounded. I get Veleno and Farabee are top 12 guys. Veleno turned on his play making ability when he was dealt off of St. John's (as well as being an early exception junior player) and Farabee played with Wahlstrom and Hughes. Kravstov as a 9:00 TOI during the regular season and during the playoffs it kicked up to 13:30 during the playoffs. If he can get up to 16:00 TOI next year in the KHL he could get to a ppg player. His shot percentage did go up 11% to 16% in the postseason but his skill set is sick IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jouko-Pouko View Post
    I'm taking Frost over everyone else in the first post. For the others, you can see my exact order for them (and many others) when you buy Dobber's Fantasy Prospect Report this summer.



    Kravtsov is actually projected to go late in the 1st if you look at average rankings but his strong showing at the KHL playoffs probably push him a bit further up the rankings. Offensively, he's right up there with Veleno and Farabee - perhaps even higher actually. I've also liked his defensive awareness and effort. Veleno and Farabee offer other qualities like leadership (and ability to play the center ice position with Veleno), and don't carry the Russian risk factor, though.
    I was looking at a dobber mock 1st round which had him as an honourable mention.
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