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Stevie28 11-27-2011 02:51 PM

RW Scott Kosmachuk - Guelph Storm, OHL (2012 Draft)
 
Second year forward in the OHL, playing on Guelph Storm, hows he doing? Will he be drafted? looking for any info

Brock 11-27-2011 02:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Stevie28 (Post 40042219)
Second year forward in the OHL, playing on Guelph Storm, hows he doing? Will he be drafted? looking for any info

At this point, he's DEFINITELY a candidate for the top 60. Really heady offensive winger. Very good skater. Good with the puck. See's the ice well. Can score and pass. Just a solid overall offensive player. He's a bit of a pest too and will crash the net for rebounds. Defensively, he's improving.

I think he and Jarrod Maidens profile as very similar players, and people talk about Maidens as a potential first round pick...so I don't see any reason why Kosmachuk shouldn't be receiving that consideration too.

Jamie Benn 11-27-2011 03:46 PM

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Originally Posted by Brock (Post 40042521)
At this point, he's DEFINITELY a candidate for the top 60. Really heady offensive winger. Very good skater. Good with the puck. See's the ice well. Can score and pass. Just a solid overall offensive player. He's a bit of a pest too and will crash the net for rebounds. Defensively, he's improving.

I think he and Jarrod Maidens profile as very similar players, and people talk about Maidens as a potential first round pick...so I don't see any reason why Kosmachuk shouldn't be receiving that consideration too.

I really like Kosmachuk for some reason, even though I have never seen him play.

Tigers1992 11-27-2011 04:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Brock (Post 40042521)
At this point, he's DEFINITELY a candidate for the top 60. Really heady offensive winger. Very good skater. Good with the puck. See's the ice well. Can score and pass. Just a solid overall offensive player. He's a bit of a pest too and will crash the net for rebounds. Defensively, he's improving.

I think he and Jarrod Maidens profile as very similar players, and people talk about Maidens as a potential first round pick...so I don't see any reason why Kosmachuk shouldn't be receiving that consideration too.

Brock sums him up very well. I see him as a 3rd line NHLer with some scoring ability. I watched him in Minor Midget and ill be honest I didnt see high end NHL potential, but hes proving me wrong this year, hes really progressed well in Guelph.

Stevie28 11-27-2011 11:07 PM

I see

Garyboy 11-27-2011 11:20 PM

A teammate of The Dorsal Finn and Marcantuoni with the Marlies. Plays a very high energy game and is relentless on the forecheck. Would make a good 3rd liner in the NHL.

KlattNazty 03-29-2012 12:01 PM

bump. would like to hear how he has been.

a comparable? seems like he is not chippy enough to be a pest, but brings some nice offensive skills in his package.

maybe like a gritty brad boyes or something?

Tim Wallach 03-29-2012 02:05 PM

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Originally Posted by KlattNazty (Post 46921073)
bump. would like to hear how he has been.

a comparable? seems like he is not chippy enough to be a pest, but brings some nice offensive skills in his package.

maybe like a gritty brad boyes or something?

Callahan?

KlattNazty 03-29-2012 02:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Tim Wallach (Post 46927281)
Callahan?

i like that better than mine LOL

Tim Wallach 03-29-2012 02:27 PM

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Originally Posted by KlattNazty (Post 46927533)
i like that better than mine LOL


I saw Kosmachuk a fair bit this year and in a lot of ways that's who he reminded me of as a 17 year-old.

Stat lines for their draft year, both with Guelph:

Callahan - 5'11, 180 lbs. 68 points, 86 PIM
Kosmachuk - 6'0, 177 lbs, 59 poitns, 110 PIM

Cally drafted 4th round to NYR. Kos, a likely 2nd rounder. If he continues that progression, he'll be a steal.

KlattNazty 03-29-2012 02:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Tim Wallach (Post 46928361)
I saw Kosmachuk a fair bit this year and in a lot of ways that's who he reminded me of as a 17 year-old.

Stat lines for their draft year, both with Guelph:

Callahan - 5'11, 180 lbs. 68 points, 86 PIM
Kosmachuk - 6'0, 177 lbs, 59 poitns, 110 PIM

Cally drafted 4th round to NYR. Kos, a likely 2nd rounder. If he continues that progression, he'll be a steal.

Yeah I agree. Will be interesting to see where his goal scoring goes, as Guelph is not that offensively inclined. He might be able to hit 40 if Guelph improves as a team next year, which i do expect (improvement not 40g).

Reddy11 03-29-2012 02:31 PM

He was one guy I was very impressed with at the CHL top prospects game, never heard of him going into the game, but he was a guy I watched through the whole thing. Never gave up on the puck and seemed to have incredible chemistry with Faksa during the 3 on 3 at the skills comp.

Slashers98 06-12-2012 10:34 PM

RW Scott Kosmachuk - Guelph Storm, OHL (2012 Draft)
 
My complete analysis on him.

Scott Kosmachuk The Next Ones: NHL 2012 Draft Prospect Profile Chuk-ing Knuckles
http://thehockeywriters.com/scott-ko...-ing-knuckles/

Stevie28 11-14-2012 11:06 AM

Bump, would like to hear about progress on Kosmachuk? He ended last year with second most goals in OHL only behind Yak

zetterberg40 11-14-2012 11:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Stevie28 (Post 55761725)
Bump, would like to hear about progress on Kosmachuk? He ended last year with second most goals in OHL only behind Yak

You do know that stat was only based on draft eligible players, right?

untouchable21 11-14-2012 11:24 AM

By all accounts, he seems to have picked up where he left off. He leads the team with 12 goals and 23 points through the first 18 games.

JETS management is very pleased with this selection.

Leaf Rocket 11-14-2012 11:41 AM

looking like a good pick for the jets management.

DKQ 11-14-2012 12:03 PM

I really like his progression over the past year. Has added a scrappiness to his game that makes him much more effective. I see him as a Steve Downie type player

Huffer 11-14-2012 02:15 PM

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Originally Posted by DropkickQuinn (Post 55763029)
I really like his progression over the past year. Has added a scrappiness to his game that makes him much more effective. I see him as a Steve Downie type player

That would be nice. Kos, Lowry, Trouba, Sutter, and Olsen could bring a lot of sandpaper to the Jets lineup one day.

dnicks17 11-14-2012 03:59 PM

Still surprised he ended up going where he did.

I would have been perfectly content if the Oilers had of taken him at #32.

Love his game.

Stevie28 11-14-2012 04:45 PM

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Originally Posted by zetterberg40 (Post 55762067)
You do know that stat was only based on draft eligible players, right?

I do now!


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