Canucks poll: Which top prospect is most likely to stick?

 

 
 
 
 
Hunter Shinkaruk, the Vancouver Canucks' second first-round draft pick this summer, has shown some flash and dash in the offensive zone during the NHL team's prospects camp and the first of their two pre-season games, scoring against the San Jose Sharks.
 
 

Hunter Shinkaruk, the Vancouver Canucks' second first-round draft pick this summer, has shown some flash and dash in the offensive zone during the NHL team's prospects camp and the first of their two pre-season games, scoring against the San Jose Sharks.

Photograph by: RICHARD LAM, PNG

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The Vancouver Canucks, particularly new head coach John Tortorellas, have indicated they’re willing to give top prospects a shot at making the NHL team. The pre-season results have been mixed so far. Which prospect do you think is most likely to make the team this season? Cast your vote below.

 
 
 
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Hunter Shinkaruk, the Vancouver Canucks' second first-round draft pick this summer, has shown some flash and dash in the offensive zone during the NHL team's prospects camp and the first of their two pre-season games, scoring against the San Jose Sharks.
 

Hunter Shinkaruk, the Vancouver Canucks' second first-round draft pick this summer, has shown some flash and dash in the offensive zone during the NHL team's prospects camp and the first of their two pre-season games, scoring against the San Jose Sharks.

Photograph by: RICHARD LAM, PNG

 
Hunter Shinkaruk, the Vancouver Canucks' second first-round draft pick this summer, has shown some flash and dash in the offensive zone during the NHL team's prospects camp and the first of their two pre-season games, scoring against the San Jose Sharks.
Nicklas Jensen, the Vancouver Canucks' first-round pick in 2011, had a terrific rookie camp in Penticton, but has not shown particularly well at main camp.
NHL 2012 first-round draft pick Brendan Gaunce (right) seems to have made the best impression out of all of their top prospects on the Canucks coaching staff so far this pre-season, scoring two of their three pre-season goals and showing some versatility by skating on the wing in addition to his normal centre role.
Defenceman Frank Corrado, a fifth-round draft pick of the Vancouver Canucks in 2011, has shown well and is battling with Andrew Alberts and Yannick Weber for the No. 6 blueliner's spot.
Bo Horvat is a highly coveted draft pick (No. 9 overall) who was chosen with the pick obtained from the New Jersey Devils in the Cory Schneider trade, but hasn't shown much so far in two pre-season games with the Vancouver Canucks.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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