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Tormentor 04-24-2013 09:04 AM

NHL Central Scouting's 2013 Final Ranking lists
 
North American Skaters

International Skaters

North American Goalies

International Goalies

Jack de la Hoya 04-24-2013 09:13 AM

Zadorov at 22 among North American skaters.

monkeywrench 04-24-2013 09:13 AM

I wish they would put them all in the same order like other sites do :)

tarheelhockey 04-24-2013 09:27 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by monkeywrench (Post 64576295)
I wish they would put them all in the same order like other sites do :)

I like it this way, it's a reminder that the players are almost entirely evaluated on their play in separate pools of talent.

Huffman 04-24-2013 09:27 AM

Quote:

"Lindholm played for a struggling team [in Brynas] and didn't play as well as expected"
I wonder what they were expecting. Lindholm put together one of the best seasons ever by a draft eligible player in Sweden, nominated for the "breakthrough of the year" award and rookie of the year. Nobody I know thought he would have a season this good.

Marc the Habs Fan 04-24-2013 09:27 AM

Nastasiuk 13th?!??

I loved what I saw yesterday from him at the U-18, but that just seems way too high.

gretskidoo 04-24-2013 09:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Huffman (Post 64576889)
I wonder what they were expecting. Lindholm put together one of the best seasons ever by a draft eligible player in Sweden, nominated for the "breakthrough of the year" award and rookie of the year. Nobody I know thought he would have a season this good.


Beyond ridiculous expectations from them if he actually disappointed them.

Franck 04-24-2013 09:34 AM

Top 3 ranked European goalies are all under 5'11". That's probably not going to be the case on draft day.

joe89 04-24-2013 09:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Huffman (Post 64576889)
I wonder what they were expecting. Lindholm put together one of the best seasons ever by a draft eligible player in Sweden, nominated for the "breakthrough of the year" award and rookie of the year. Nobody I know thought he would have a season this good.

Maybe talking about late season/playoffs. Lindholm ran out of steam I thought, and possibly also played through some injury problems. It was a demanding season for a 17/18 year old playing 18 minutes per game against men. If he was fully fit he should've made his National team debut in one of all these exhibition games.

Scarecrow Boat 04-24-2013 09:45 AM

I've been a huge Carrier supporter but I'm shocked he's ahead of Max Domi, Adam Erne, Josh Morrissey, Nikita Zadorov, etc.

Myles Bell @ #46 is interesting. Hard to believe he could potential get picked after everything that's happened + a position change.

Taylor Cammarata @ #193 would be the steal of the draft, that's insanity.

I still think MacKinnon will go #1 or prove quickly that he should have went #1

tony d 04-24-2013 09:45 AM

I think Jones, Mackinnon and Drouin will be the top 3 in this year's draft as well, question is in what order they go.

ChiGuySez 04-24-2013 09:47 AM

Jesse Lees, darkhorse for later rounds is not ranked. If its not inadverent omission, interesting that hes didnt make the list considering his offensive output.

R S 04-24-2013 09:53 AM

Always have some head scratchers with Central Scouting. Not that they do a bad job, it's just that everyone's lists are different.

Freudian 04-24-2013 09:55 AM

Central Scouting is as much a directory of draft available players as a proper ranking (which is one of the reasons for separating NA and Europe). They're the ones that are most off compared to the eventual draft.

Ashasx 04-24-2013 09:55 AM

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Originally Posted by ChiGuySez (Post 64577739)
Jesse Lees, darkhorse for later rounds is not ranked. If its not inadverent omission, interesting that hes didnt make the list considering his offensive output.

Is he even draft eligible this year?

He would be the youngest player to be drafted. Odd if they forgot about him.

Scarecrow Boat 04-24-2013 09:56 AM

Why is there never NAHL skaters ranked? Is the league that bad?

ManByng 04-24-2013 10:04 AM

^THIS is the list people doing mocks should use as a reference. some players are ranked a lot lower than they were being picked in previous mocks, me included. i think i will be adjusting my picking for the 2 drafts i am involved in.

txomisc 04-24-2013 10:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Ashasx (Post 64578071)
Is he even draft eligible this year?

He would be the youngest player to be drafted. Odd if they forgot about him.

it would seem as if he makes the 2013 draft by one day.

Tralfamadore 04-24-2013 10:20 AM

Drouin is heavier than I thought. He's got more weight than Mac and he's shorter hmm

Rzombo4 prez 04-24-2013 10:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Adam Tilander (Post 64578127)
Why is there never NAHL skaters ranked? Is the league that bad?

You can still find some good goalies there, but it isn't the league that it once was. It tends to attract older kids these days.

ChiGuySez 04-24-2013 10:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by txomisc (Post 64578795)
it would seem as if he makes the 2013 draft by one day.

I think this is the case. Makes it by 1 day.

Flames Fanatic 04-24-2013 10:45 AM

Seems like they are quite high on Gauthier, which I like. A little low on a few others but not terrible per say.

TylerSVT* 04-24-2013 10:47 AM

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Originally Posted by tony d (Post 64577685)
I think Jones, Mackinnon and Drouin will be the top 3 in this year's draft as well, question is in what order they go.

Depends on who picks where.

Colorado - Jones first
Florida - Mackinnon
Tampa - Drouin/Jones
Nashville - Mackinnon
Carolina - Jones
Edmonton - A forward
Calgary - Mackinnon/Jones/Drouin (we need help everywhere)

caley 04-24-2013 11:03 AM

Biggest CHL Risers on the CSS List (Anyone that went up 6 spots or higher from their mid-term ranking, 20 spots or higher in bold). Martin Reway was the highest riser going up 86 spots with Keegan Kanzig going up 82 spots!

Shea Theodore 17 to 11 (+6)
Zach Nastasiuk 33 to 13 (+20)
Ryan Hartman 25 to 16 (+9)
Curtis Lazar 26 to 20 (+6)
Jimmy Lodge 29 to 21 (+8)
Nikita Zadorov 30 to 22 (+8)
Samuel Morin 76 to 23 (+33)
Laurent Dapuhin 41 to 27 (+14)
Dillon Heatherington 44 to 31 (+13)
Jonathan Diaby 45 to 37 (+8)
Myles Bell 87 to 46 (+41)
Jordan Subban 81 to 55 (+26)
Nicolas Baptiste 105 to 61 (+44)
Ryan Kujawinski 69 to 63 (+6)
Jackson Houck 112 to 65 (+47)
Dylan Labbe 95 to 74 (+21)
Jeremy Gregoire 93 to 79 (+14)
Curtis Valk 123 to 82 (+41)
J.C. Lipon 96 to 83 (+13)
Colby Cave 140 to 89 (+51)
Martin Reway 177 to 91 (+86)
Mermis 156 to 95 (+61)
Connor Rankin 138 to 98 (+40)
Nikolas Brouillard 148 to 99 (+49)
Greg Betzold 159 to 100 (+59)
Carter Verhaeghe 122 to 102 (+20)
Kyle Platzer 116 to 110 (+6)
Keegan Kanzig 194 to 112 (+82)
Sergey Tolchinsky 149 to 118 (+31)
Trent Lofthouse 165 to 126 (+39)
Kyle Kyle Burroughs 206 to 133 (+73)
Jamal Watson 182 to 137 (+45)
Dominik Kubalik 146 to 139 (+7)
Ayrton Nikkel 155 to 149 (+6)
Jean-Sebastien Dea 181 to 152 (+29)
Axel Blomqvist 185 to 163 (+22)
MacKenzie Weegar 208 to 164 (+44)
Austin Adam 195 to 175 (+20)

caley 04-24-2013 11:08 AM

Biggest CHL Fallers on the CSS List (Guys who dropped 6 spots or more from their mid-term ranking). Players who dropped 20 or more slots in bold. Bronson Beaton is the biggest faller, dropping 91 slots from his last ranking with Stephen Harper just one behind at 90.


Ryan Pulock 6 to 12 (-6)
Adam Erne 13 to 26 (-10)
Josh Morrissey 11 to 27 (-16)
Jason Dickinson 16 to 30 (-14)
Madison Bowey 22 to 32 (-10)
Nick Sorensen 27 to 48 (-21)
Anthony Duclair 35 to 57 (-22)
Nick Moutrey 48 to 58 (-10)
Mitch Wheaton 63 to 69 (-6)
Remi Elie 56 to 71 (-15)
Kurt Etchegarry 52 to 72 (-20)
Vincent Dunn 53 to 73 (-20)
Spencer Jensen 65 to 76 (-11)
Ty Stanton 68 to 78 (-10)
Robert Lipsbergs 61 to 85 (-24)
Kyle Doetzel 50 to 90 (-40)
Jared Hauf 70 to 103 (-33)
Ben Harpur 80 to 101 (-21)
Marc McNulty 84 to 105 (-21)
Thomas Gobeil 74 to 107 (-33)
Jeff Corbett 66 to 113 (-47)
Maxime Gravel 99 to 115 (-16)
Cole Cassels 60 to 120 (-60)
JoshBurnside 92 to 123 (-31)
Nick Paul 102 to 124 (-22)
Stephen Harper 38 to 128 (-90)
Cameron Brace 101 to 144 (-43)
Erik Bradford 126 to 144 (-18)
Miles Liberati 88 to 150 (-62)
Gregory Chase 94 to 153 (-59)
Hunter Garlent 82 to 156 (-74)
Zach Hall 128 to 158 (-30)
Brody Silk 107 to 161 (-54)
Tommy Veilleux 145 to 171 (-26)
Jerret Smith 153 to 172 (-19)
Joshua Brown 151 to 174 (-23)
Bronson Beaton 103 to 194 (-91)
Michael Joly 130 to 196 (-66)
Anthony DiFruscia 184 to 197 (-13)
Stephen Nosad 188 to 199 (-11)
Jurij Repe 171 to 205 (-34)


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