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Jordan Eberle and Magnus Pääjärvi-Svensson ran away with the voting for the first and second spots, so we're interested in what you think about the best of the rest. Below the jump are the stats for each candidate using the outstanding work of Gabriel Desjardins and his NHL Equivalency models. Vote for the prospect you see as the brightest light in the system and tell us why you voted that way in the comments.

Presented to you without bias and in alphabetical order minus Eberle and Pääjärvi, the contestants:


Teemu Hartikainen

#35 / Left Wing / KalPa

6-1

201

May 3, 1990

Round 6, 2008 #163 overall

Wasama Trophy Winner, 2008-2009



G A P PIM
2009 NHLE - Teemu Hartikainen 11 19 30 16


Anton Lander

#51 / Center / Timrå IK

6-0

185

Apr 24, 1991

18 yrs old



G A P PIM
2009 NHLE - Anton Lander 7 15 22 16


Riley Nash

#14 / Center / Cornell Big Red

6-1

179

May 09, 1989



G A P PIM
2009 NHLE - Riley Nash 10 18 28 61


Linus Omark

#67 / LW / Dynamo Moskva

5-9

185

Feb 05, 1987



G A P PIM
2009 NHLE - Linus Omark 26 17 43 40


Theo Peckham

#49 / Defenseman / Springfield Falcons

6-2

223

Nov 10, 1987



G A P PIM
2009 NHLE - Theo Peckham 0
9 9 33


Jeff Petry

#2 / Defenseman / Michigan State Spartans

6-3

195

Dec 09, 1987



G A P PIM
2009 NHLE - Jeff Petry 4
21 25 22


Chris Vande Velde

#29 / Center / North Dakota Fighting Sioux

6-2

207

Mar 15, 1987



G A P PIM
2009 NHLE - Chris Vande Velde 8
17 25 22