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  • Showcasing the FHC Prospect’s Guide – Day 19 (New York)

    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 19 – New York Rangers

    Perhaps the best move the New York Rangers made at the deadline was not trading everything, including the canned beans in the cupboard, for coveted Columbus sniper, Rick Nash. Had that occurred, the Broadway Boys would have returned to their old ways of buy-old, sell-young, and many of the prospects that will help lead them for years to come would have traded in their blue shirts for Blue Jackets. It’s easy to see why the Rangers would be eager to trade their draft picks as between 1995 and 2003, the Blueshirts did not develop one top-six forward at the NHL level. Finally, something in New York changed, led by general manager Glen Sather and director of player personnel Gordie Clarke. The Rangers have changed their mentality and have used the pipeline to develop core players such as Ryan Callahan, Brandon Dubinsky, Artem Anisimov, Marc Staal, Michael Sauer, Carl Hagelin, Michael Del Zotto, Derek Stepan, Henrik Lundqvist and collegiate star Chris Kreider in their latest playoff run. The future is promising for those current NHLers along with many other future Broadway draftees’.

    C - J.T. Miller (USA) Plymouth Whalers

    6’2, 195 lbs, 19 years

    The Blueshirts are hoping that they have committed absolute robbery, on the same level as the Plymouth Whalers did in 2009, while selecting Miller in the fifth round. The second and most recent American first-round pick for New York in the past three years was expected to take the collegiate route by attending North Dakota, but surprisingly opted to go the Canadian route with Plymouth that summer. Miller, like Kreider, is a perfect fit under the Rangers current system as he is a strong two-way power forward who isn’t afraid to mix it up while adding a gifted offensive touch. Miller was one of the top scorers for the Whalers in his debut season in the OHL with 25 goals and 37 assists in 60 games.

    Projection: Two-way Forward
    Potential Upside: 60 points (Brandon Dubinsky)
    ETA: 2014-15


    RW - Christian Thomas (CAN) Oshawa Generals

    5’9, 170 lbs, 20 years

    The son of Steve Thomas is built with the same stature and is surely to adopt the nickname ‘Stumpy’ once his NHL career kicks off. Last season, Thomas led the Oshawa Generals in points despite starting off slow with only ten in his first fourteen games. He finished the year with 56 points in his last 41 contests, although it was still considered a down-year compared to the 99 points he had a season prior. The five- foot-nine Toronto-native finished the year in Connecticut and while struggling with zero points in six playoff matches, the organization showed a quiet confidence sticking him on the top line for the majority of shifts next to Kris Newbury and Jonathan Audy-Marchessault. The former second-round pick is not expected to reach the big stage until 2014, but could see a cup of coffee prior to then.

    Projection: Top six forward
    
Potential Upside: 60-65 points (Steve Thomas)
    ETA: 2014-15



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