View Poll Results: MEN who will finish top 3/medal?

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  • Florent Amodio

    16 8.65%
  • Brian Joubert

    63 34.05%
  • Adam Rippon

    3 1.62%
  • Jeremy Abbott

    49 26.49%
  • Zhan Bush

    3 1.62%
  • Sergei Voronov

    0 0%
  • Paolo Bacchini

    2 1.08%
  • Samuel Contesti

    4 2.16%
  • Patrick Chan

    170 91.89%
  • Kevin Reynolds

    3 1.62%
  • Takahiko Kozuka

    47 25.41%
  • Daisuke Takahashi

    162 87.57%
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    WTT- MEN PREDICTIONS

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    my choice : Chan, Abbott, Kozuka

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    Chan, Takahashi & Joubert.

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    I wish it would be: Abbott, Kozuka, Takahashi, but I have a feeling it will end up being: Chan, Takahashi, Amodio.

    I expect Abbott and Kozuka will suffer from lower PCS due to their disappointments at Worlds, no matter how they skate.

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    Can I have different skaters (whom I like too) who did not medal at Worlds medal at this event? If so, they are Kozuka, Brian and Jeremy (in no particular order).
    Last edited by spikydurian; 04-08-2012 at 02:19 AM.

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    Is this the official entries already?

    The best part is that most of these guys are completely unpredictable. Of course what we can predict is that Chan will be on the podium, most likely he will win. The rest is an open case. Takahashi is my guess and then we have Kozuka, Joubert, Amodio. I somehow don't believe in Abbott.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbkenn View Post
    Chan, Takahashi & Joubert.
    My favorite is Jeremy Abbott. But my vote goes to the same skaters as yours.

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    Who was it that voted for Bacchini or Bush finishing on the podium? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by VarBar View Post
    Who was it that voted for Bacchini or Bush finishing on the podium? lol
    The same person who voted for Maé Bérénice Méité in the Ladies' poll.

    And, yes, he has a wonderful sense of humor.

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    Chan, Takahashi, Kozuka

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    Quote Originally Posted by VarBar View Post
    Who was it that voted for Bacchini or Bush finishing on the podium? lol
    poor Voronov has no votes

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbkenn View Post
    Chan, Takahashi & Joubert.
    I picked the same.

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    I picked Chan (is there anyone that did not?), Takahashi (I still believe he is hit or miss) and Joubert (more for sentimental reasons than anything else).

    Even though this is kind of a meaningless competition after worlds (at least to me), Jeremy has a great chance to redeem himself here. The skater he is likely to replace on the podium is Joubert, but he is capable of beating Takahashi too. He could beat Chan only if he skated two perfect programs and Chan had at least 6 mistakes total (SP+LP).

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    I picked Chan, Takahashi and Kozuka.

    (love Abbott, but it's the end of the season, and he's never his best so late)

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    Chan, Takahashi, and Joubert, the first two almost a sure bet and probably Joubert in 3rd or even 2nd the way things have been going lately. If not Joubert, then Amodio but hopefully Joubert!

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    I think Chan, Takahashi, and Abbott. Abbott is due for another good competition and skating well he will easily beat Joubert and Kozuka (even if Kozuka himself has a better competition) and has capability to beat Takahashi as well.

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    My wish, Chan, Joubert and an unknown. Now that'd be AWESOME podium!

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    Here's hoping that Patrick has a marvelous skate at WT and breaks his own records . I sure do hope those of us in Canada will have some sort of "feed" to watch.
    Addicted to FSU

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    Considering Chan's record scores were set at Canadian Nationals when skating his best, the only place he has any hope to ever touch those scores again is Canadian Nationals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by judgejudy27 View Post
    Considering Chan's record scores were set at Canadian Nationals when skating his best, the only place he has any hope to ever touch those scores again is Canadian Nationals.
    If he skates at the same level anywhere as his National, he wouldn't need to be at home to have those scores.

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