The Prospect Park: McIlrath Rangers #1 Prospect

mcilrath2Jess Rubenstein at The Prospect Park gives his biased rankings of the Rangers prospects and surprisingly puts Dylan McIlrath at #1…

1-Dylan McIlrath- I put him here because every year since Jeff Beukeboom was forced to retire, I have called for a defensive stopper. Here he is and Jeff Beukeboom would give his approval.

How can you not like a player who his mere presence forces teams to change how they attack. Watched Medicine Hat refuse to go down his side of the ice after 2 clean body checks.

Do not even think you can touch a McIlrath teammate as he will be on you in a second. Have watched teams think twice about taking the body when McIlrath was out there.

And then there is the gentle giant giving up his Friday night so he can read to first graders. Then how can you not like a guy who every time he drops the gloves is called one of the toughest in the WHL.

And we saved the best for last as since the middle of last season, McIlrath as been working on his shot. It is a heavy almost dangerous shot that is going to either create rebounds or injure anyone trying to block his shot.

They will try once to block it then will get out of the way.

The rest of Rubenstein’s Top looks like this…

2. Carl Hagelin
3. Christian Thomas
4. Chris Kreider
5. Ryan Bourque
6. Blake Parlett
7. Scott Stajcer
8. Shane McColgan
9. Jason Wilson
10. Max Campbell

…c’mon Jess, no Erixon?

…having said that, I have much respect for Jess’ opinion so I put a lot of stock in this list. Do yourself a favor and click the above link to read analysis from someone who has actually watched these players.

…my top five is 1. Hagelin 2. Kreider 3. Thomas 4. McIlrath 5. Erixon.

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The Prospect Park: McIlrath Rangers #1 Prospect

mcilrath2Jess Rubenstein at The Prospect Park gives his biased rankings of the Rangers prospects and surprisingly puts Dylan McIlrath at #1…

1-Dylan McIlrath- I put him here because every year since Jeff Beukeboom was forced to retire, I have called for a defensive stopper. Here he is and Jeff Beukeboom would give his approval.

How can you not like a player who his mere presence forces teams to change how they attack. Watched Medicine Hat refuse to go down his side of the ice after 2 clean body checks.

Do not even think you can touch a McIlrath teammate as he will be on you in a second. Have watched teams think twice about taking the body when McIlrath was out there.

And then there is the gentle giant giving up his Friday night so he can read to first graders. Then how can you not like a guy who every time he drops the gloves is called one of the toughest in the WHL.

And we saved the best for last as since the middle of last season, McIlrath as been working on his shot. It is a heavy almost dangerous shot that is going to either create rebounds or injure anyone trying to block his shot.

They will try once to block it then will get out of the way.

The rest of Rubenstein’s Top looks like this…

2. Carl Hagelin
3. Christian Thomas
4. Chris Kreider
5. Ryan Bourque
6. Blake Parlett
7. Scott Stajcer
8. Shane McColgan
9. Jason Wilson
10. Max Campbell

…c’mon Jess, no Erixon?

…having said that, I have much respect for Jess’ opinion so I put a lot of stock in this list. Do yourself a favor and click the above link to read analysis from someone who has actually watched these players.

…my top five is 1. Hagelin 2. Kreider 3. Thomas 4. McIlrath 5. Erixon.

Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com. 

Kevin

About Kevin

If you have any questions e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.

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