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  • Showcasing the FHC Prospect’s Guide - Day 2 (Boston)

    http://www.fantasyhockeycoach.comFantasy Hockey Coach is extremely happy to announce that our First Annual Prospects Guide (Prospect-us) is available now for download ($4.95). The guide is loaded with in-depth information of NHL prospects and their potential fantasy impact, over 160 pages.

    The Prospect-us is designed to be as all inclusive as possible, whether you are a fantasy hockey guru trying to win their pool at work, a casual pool player, or just a fan of the sport in general who is interested in the future of their favorite NHL team(s). We have included a listing of our top 250 ranked prospects for the future in terms of their skill, upside and potential impact. Players must be 25 years or younger and haven’t played over 25 NHL games to qualify as a prospect for this guide. On top of all that the Guide offers the Top 20 players in each of the next four NHL Entry Drafts.

    To showcase the Prospect-us will be highlighting a team a day for 30 days. In this showcase you will see the team write-up and two of the player profiles. Each team has between five to nine write-ups depending on the amount of fantasy worthy prospects. To view the entire product you will need to purchase the Prospect-us at fantasyhockeycoach.com.

    Day 2 – Boston Bruins

    The Bruins have a highly talented young core with one Stanley Cup Championship ring already. Despite having traded away some of their future in Joe Colborne, a first round pick and two second round picks to do so, they still boast a formidable group of prospects. With a young core NHL roster in place led by Tyler Seguin, Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci, and Milan Lucic up front, and Tuukka Rask in goal the Bruins competition to crack the top six will be stiff in bean town for several years to come. With Jordan Caron, a recent graduate to a full time NHL roster spot, Ryan Spooner, Jared Knight, and Dougie Hamilton hope to follow suit this season. The Bruins have also added their goaltender of the future in Malcolm Subban, who should act as an insurance policy down the road if Tuukka Rask goes down or leaves town.

    G - Malcolm Subban (CAN) Belleville Bulls
    6’1” 188 lbs, 18 years

    P.K. Subban’s little brother, was considered by many to be the best goaltender in the 2012 draft, but they may have been a little awestruck by his natural abilities instead of seeing what the current product was in front of their eyes. He had a very good season in Belleville, and has supreme athleticism, but suffered from Luongo-itis at times leaving a big old hole in his glove hand. His potential is off the charts, especially considering he only became a full time goaltender at the age of 12, but it will take some time and a very patient goaltender coach whose willing to hammer in the fundamentals to him on a daily basis. Once he learns to harness his quickness and slow the game down a little he could be a player to be reckoned with.

    Potential: Starting goaltender
    Projected Upside: 25 wins (Roberto Luongo)
    ETA: 2016-17

    C - Alex Khokhlachev (RUS) Windsor Spitfire
    5’10, 180 lbs 18 years

    Koko is a dynamic offensive threat. What he lacks is defensive awareness and conditioning. His first appearance in Bruins development camp after last June’s entry draft was an eye-opening experience and he was not prepared. He spent the summer training and made improvements by the rookie camp. After spending a year in North America playing in the OHL he hopes to have proven his commitment to making the NHL to the Bruins. Koko has “dynamic” skating skills as he is very shifty and can change his speed quickly to create space. He lacks elite speed however. At the World Junior Championship’s he was excellent in helping Russia win silver, scoring four goals and five points in seven games. As with many Russian players, the threat of signing a contract in the KHL is a concern. He is still a few years away from the NHL, and would need to work through his entry level contract which stresses the KHL threat. However, if he makes the NHL his fantasy impact could be significant! High risk, high reward!

    Projection: Top six forward
    Potential upside: 60 points
    ETA: 2014-15


    To purchase the Prospect-us click here http://www.fantasyhockeycoach.com/co...543-pool-guide
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