Goldman has put out his updated prospect list (goalies with fewer than 25 NHL games). Dustin Tokarski comes in at #15, slightly ahead of Cedrick Desjardins, currently at #17. The analysis?
"Rising three spots is centered around his opportunity. With Cedrick Desjardins out of the picture and nobody to replace him, Tokarski finally has a comfortable and full-fledged #3 role to his name. But now he has to display a lot of poise and consistency if he expects to impress Yzerman. He was held out of TB development camp for precautionary measures due to a minor abdominal injury."
Desjardins fell some from the last update, largely due to his shoulder injury and its fallout--he didn't become Roloson's backup. Both guys have, in my opinion, great opportunity this season, but some big question marks above them and a whole lot to prove. Should be interesting to watch, although the "What Might Have Been" quotient seems pretty high right now.
Janus at #37, Helenius at #75, Nagle at #133, no Wilcox