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proam16 04-10-2012 08:51 PM

2016 NHL Draft Prospects
 
Anybody have any info on this group of players - late 97's and 98s?

LatvianTwist 04-10-2012 08:53 PM

These kids are 13, 14. Most of them are just getting out of PeeWee. I really don't see how there can be any standouts this early, and I think we'd already be hearing about a Crosby/Tavares type player.

proam16 04-10-2012 09:00 PM

Sorry Latvian twist - these kids are going into their 2nd year of Bantam. They would be drafted in the WHL at the end of their second year of Bantam. So no I do not think it is too young. And some of the highly regarded kids at this age already have agents - sorry - Family advisors. Hockey players are not made in a year.

jfb392 04-10-2012 10:11 PM

Anyone know when Mathew Barzal's birthday is?
I know he's a 1997 but I'm not sure of the exact date.
If he has a late birthday, he'd be eligible for this draft.

Edit: Nevermind, 5/97.
I've got nothing then.

Perhaps scoutman has some names?

OttawaRoughRiderFan 04-10-2012 10:29 PM

There is suppose to be an exception class of Canadian kids coming out. Is it the 95's?

jfb392 04-10-2012 10:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by KevyD (Post 47705781)
There is suppose to be an exception class of Canadian kids coming out. Is it the 95's?

The 95's seem to be very strong at forward and there are a couple goalies that look very good right now.
The 96's aren't as clear right now, but the Ontario group is supposedly one of the most talented in recent memory.

OttawaRoughRiderFan 04-10-2012 11:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jfb392 (Post 47707233)
The 95's seem to be very strong at forward and there are a couple goalies that look very good right now.
The 96's aren't as clear right now, but the Ontario group is supposedly one of the most talented in recent memory.

Thanks buddy. I knew there was a class coming up that would rival the one drafted in 2003 but I wasn't sure which year it was.

:)

Daneurism 04-10-2012 11:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jfb392 (Post 47707233)
The 95's seem to be very strong at forward and there are a couple goalies that look very good right now.
The 96's aren't as clear right now, but the Ontario group is supposedly one of the most talented in recent memory.

I think the 96s are a down year for Quebec/Maritimes and I don't know much about the 96s in western Canada save for Jake Virtanen, does anyone know if it's a strong class out west?

AmericanDream 04-10-2012 11:42 PM

the 95's and 97's are mad deep for the US... tons of highend kids and depth, hopefully they dont drop off the face of the Earth like many of the 94's have...

OttawaRoughRiderFan 04-11-2012 12:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AmericanDream (Post 47709301)
the 95's and 97's are mad deep for the US... tons of highend kids and depth, hopefully they dont drop off the face of the Earth like many of the 94's have...

Are the 2012 Draft kids considered the 93's or 94's?

I am sure it is the 94's.

keslerburrows 04-11-2012 12:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jfb392 (Post 47704663)
Anyone know when Mathew Barzal's birthday is?
I know he's a 1997 but I'm not sure of the exact date.
If he has a late birthday, he'd be eligible for this draft.

Edit: Nevermind, 5/97.
I've got nothing then.

Perhaps scoutman has some names?

Seen Barzal live. This kid is going to make some noise.

alko 04-11-2012 02:50 AM

i browsed the SVK U 18 for late 1997s or 1998s and found this -

Dominik Trška D 24.11.1997 - 14 gp, 0+0
Matej Niňaj F 15.09.1997 - 4 gp, 0+0
Matúš Spodniak F 22.12.1997 - 1 gp
Lukáš Žiak F 17.10.1997 - 4 gp, 0+2
Lukáš Ďurkech LD 09.12.1997 - 11 gp, 0+0
Kamil Ondráš GK 03.03.1998 - 6 gp, 1 win, 5 loss, 80,11 %
Denis Pätoprstý RW 05.11.1997 - 21 gp, 1+1
Filip Lešťan RW 26.11.1997 - 10 gp, 0+2

nothing special, but maybe in a few years...

jntadt22 04-11-2012 07:59 AM

If you look the 2015 Draft talk started at this time last year, and so I don't think it's too early to learn about these younger kids.

Trotzig 04-11-2012 10:02 AM

Adam Thilander, D, 98-09-18.

5pts in 8 games in TV-Pucken, 2 years under age.

Not sure about the cut-off date.

scoutman1 04-11-2012 10:20 AM

here are some players to follow

1. Tyler Benson—F—SSAC Alberta 5’10/165 33 34 50 84
2. Mitchelle Balmas—F—Breton Sports 6’00/175 00 00 00 00
3. Sean Day—D—Honey Baked 0’00/000 08 07 04 11
4. Luke Kirwan—F—Syracuse Stars 6’01/200 39 43 36 79
5. Jaeger White—F—Med Hat Alberta 5’08/146 32 28 23 51
6. Dmitry Sokolov—Omsk 5’03/140 17 21 22 43
7. David Quenneville—D—SSAC 5’07/155 32 16 28 44
8. Layton Parsons—F—Cole Harbor 5’10/185 21 32 19 51
9. Simon Butala—D—Philly Jr Flyers 5’10/145 05 00 00 00
10. Cole Candella—D—Tor Jr Canadiens 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
11. John-Michael Di Gregorio-F-Royal Montr 0’00/000 18 09 08 17
12. Adam Mascherin—F—Tor Jr Canadiens 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
13. Riley Horvath—F—Flyers 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
14. Ryan Kubic—G—Winnipeg Hawks 5’09/151 00 00 0.00 .000
15. Artur Kayumov—F—Lokomotiv 98 5’03/108 06 22 05 27
16. Valery Naumenko—F—Rus 97 0’00/000 01 01 00 01

scoutman1 04-11-2012 10:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Trotzig (Post 47722587)
Adam Thilander, D, 98-09-18.

5pts in 8 games in TV-Pucken, 2 years under age.

Not sure about the cut-off date.

he is actually 2017 ranked

Alberta tough 04-11-2012 10:29 AM

Jaeger White, Tyler Benson, Kale Clague, David Quennville are the best so far of a very strong group from Alberta.

proam16 04-11-2012 10:49 AM

There is a late 97 in Quebec that is doing very well - Maxime Fortier.

wolem78 04-11-2012 11:31 AM

Alexander Poluektov 19.03.1998 "Dynamo" (Moscow) №8 - new Ovechkin:)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhYv6...4&feature=plcp

Russian talent 1998:
(f) Dmitry Sokolov — Omsk
(f) Nikita Ivanov - Moscow
(f) Vitaly Abramov - Chelyabinsk
(d) Nikita Makeev - Moscow
(f) Vladimir Kuznetsov - Ekaterinburg
(f) Mikhail Mesheryakov - Moscow
(f) Mark Verba - Moscow

TonyTinglebone 04-11-2012 11:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scoutman1 (Post 47723479)
here are some players to follow

1. Tyler Benson—F—SSAC Alberta 5’10/165 33 34 50 84
2. Mitchelle Balmas—F—Breton Sports 6’00/175 00 00 00 00
3. Sean Day—D—Honey Baked 0’00/000 08 07 04 11
4. Luke Kirwan—F—Syracuse Stars 6’01/200 39 43 36 79
5. Jaeger White—F—Med Hat Alberta 5’08/146 32 28 23 51
6. Dmitry Sokolov—Omsk 5’03/140 17 21 22 43
7. David Quenneville—D—SSAC 5’07/155 32 16 28 44
8. Layton Parsons—F—Cole Harbor 5’10/185 21 32 19 51
9. Simon Butala—D—Philly Jr Flyers 5’10/145 05 00 00 00
10. Cole Candella—D—Tor Jr Canadiens 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
11. John-Michael Di Gregorio-F-Royal Montr 0’00/000 18 09 08 17
12. Adam Mascherin—F—Tor Jr Canadiens 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
13. Riley Horvath—F—Flyers 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
14. Ryan Kubic—G—Winnipeg Hawks 5’09/151 00 00 0.00 .000
15. Artur Kayumov—F—Lokomotiv 98 5’03/108 06 22 05 27
16. Valery Naumenko—F—Rus 97 0’00/000 01 01 00 01

Didn't realize that Parsons was a late birthday. How does the cutoff work for the Q draft? Is it the same as NHL or does it go by birth year only regardless of month?

Balmas is a man among boys and was the name that popped into my head when I thought of this age group. Absolutely dominant every time I saw him play. Has size and a boatload of skill to go with it.

Tormentor 05-03-2012 03:29 PM

World Selects Invitational @ Prague, Czech Republic
1 - Vitaly Abramov (Traktor) 14g+6a=20p
2 - Dmitry Sokolov (Traktor) 13g+5a=18p
3 - Joseph Mizzi (Prohockey) 12g+6a=18p
4 - Alexander Podkorytov (Traktor) 11g+3a=14p
5 - Gleb Bondaryk (Silver Lions) 8g+5a=13p
6 - Maxim Bain (AK Bars) 7g+6a=13p
7 - Jesse Puljujärvi (Finland Selects) 7g+6a=13p
8 - Nikita Bashkirov (AK Bars) 6g+7a=13p
9 - Jake Harris (Prohockey) 7g+5a=12p
10 - Otto Mäkinen (Finland Selects) 5g+7=12p


Granlund2Pulkkinen* 05-03-2012 04:59 PM

Puljujärvi :yo:

InnuJoker 05-03-2012 11:00 PM

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PanthersFan1980 05-05-2012 01:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by scoutman1 (Post 47723479)
here are some players to follow

1. Tyler Benson—F—SSAC Alberta 5’10/165 33 34 50 84
2. Mitchelle Balmas—F—Breton Sports 6’00/175 00 00 00 00
3. Sean Day—D—Honey Baked 0’00/000 08 07 04 11
4. Luke Kirwan—F—Syracuse Stars 6’01/200 39 43 36 79
5. Jaeger White—F—Med Hat Alberta 5’08/146 32 28 23 51
6. Dmitry Sokolov—Omsk 5’03/140 17 21 22 43
7. David Quenneville—D—SSAC 5’07/155 32 16 28 44
8. Layton Parsons—F—Cole Harbor 5’10/185 21 32 19 51
9. Simon Butala—D—Philly Jr Flyers 5’10/145 05 00 00 00
10. Cole Candella—D—Tor Jr Canadiens 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
11. John-Michael Di Gregorio-F-Royal Montr 0’00/000 18 09 08 17
12. Adam Mascherin—F—Tor Jr Canadiens 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
13. Riley Horvath—F—Flyers 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
14. Ryan Kubic—G—Winnipeg Hawks 5’09/151 00 00 0.00 .000
15. Artur Kayumov—F—Lokomotiv 98 5’03/108 06 22 05 27
16. Valery Naumenko—F—Rus 97 0’00/000 01 01 00 01

Luke Kirwin has much more size than the others listed. Pretty impressive numbers for a 14 year old playing junior b.

PanthersFan1980 05-05-2012 02:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by welcometothebigshow2 (Post 49303005)
This is pure speculation but:
No offence, but all your posts are about him. He is a tremendous hockey player, and he will go far without you talking about him on here. I think in the end he will go top 3. So not to embarrass you, but again, he is a great hockey player and doesn't even need to be talked about on your part.

My apologies, Im jut trying to find out more about him.


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