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Just out of curiosity I'm wondering who are going to be the top picks in the next Entry Draft?

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I havn't heard anything about it because there are no phenoms like in the two previous drafts

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Phil Kessel will more than likely be the #1 pick. He's a really flashy and very talented offensive player. Look for Michael Frolik to go #2 overall.

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Well, Kessel and Frolik won't be in the Prospects game, since neither play in the CHL.

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draft by scouting service

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posted October 11 @ 16:12, EST

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ANTIGONISH, N.S. (CP) - American forward Phil Kessel is the top prospect for the 2006 NHL entry draft in rankings compiled by International Scouting Services.

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Kessel, in his freshman year at the University of Minnesota, was slotted ahead of Czech winger Michal Frolik and Canadian forward Jonathan Toews, who plays for the University of North Dakota, in the first set of rankings this season by the independent ISS group.

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"Kessel has established himself as the top prospect for the 2006 NHL draft," said the ISS.

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"(He's) incredibly explosive and is a threat every time he is on the ice. Phenom, will become a superstar."

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Kessel, from Madison Wis., led the U.S. to a gold medal at the 2005 world under-18 men's hockey championship, in which he was the top scorer and was named the best forward. The Golden Gophers open the season against Alaska Fairbanks on Friday.

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Cape Breton Screaming Eagles forward James Sheppard and Peterborough Petes forward Jordan Staal are the top Canadian Hockey League players in the ISS rankings at fourth and fifth respectively.

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American forward Peter Mueller, who was Kessel's linemate at the world under-18 championships, is ranked sixth. He plays for the Western Hockey League's Everett Silvertips.

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ISS is the main Canadian-based independent scouting service. U.S.-based Red Line is another.

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Central Scouting is the NHL's own in-house scouting service.

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