CSB 1st rankings- QMJHL Predictions
Every year around this time CSB puts out its first ranking (25 skaters and 3 Goalies, league-by-league) of Entry Draft prospects. Here’s how I’d be ranking the QMJHL players based on chat from scouts, comments made by reliable posters here and journalists elsewhere. Feel free to comment if someone is missing or you think I’m waaaay off on a player. My OHL and WHL predictions have already been posted.
1. Alexandre Picard LW Lewiston
2. Peter Pohl RW Gatineau
3. David Laliberte RW P.E.I.
4. Michal Sersen DF Rimouski
5. Juraj Liska DF Acadie-Bathurst
6. Renaud Des Allers LW Gatineau
7. Bruce Graham C Moncton
8. Kevin Mailhot LW Drummondville
9. Jan Steber C/LW Halifax
10. Nick Fugere LW Gatineau
11. Stanislav Lascak C Chicoutimi
12. Alex Dulac-Lemelin DF Baie-Comeau
13. Maxime Rousseau DF Gatineau
14. Sebastien Gauthier RW Shawiningan
15. Olivier Latendresse C Val D’or
16. Nicolas Robillard RW Baie-Comeau
17. Olivier Magnon DF Rouyn-Noranda
18. Benoit Doucet C/LW Victoriaville
19. J.C. Sawyer DF Cape Breton
20. Justin Vienneau DF Shawinigan
21. Maxime Belanger DF Baie-Comeau
22. Marek Hascak C Shawinigan
23. Jeff McAuley DF P.E.I.
24. Mark Tobin LW Rimouski
25. Nathan Welton DF Quebec
Patrick Bordeleau LW Val D’or
J.P. Cote DF Rouyn-Noranda
Brent Aubin RW Rouyn-Noranda
Frederic St. Denis DF Drummondville
Kevin Petit RW Gatineau
Frederik Cabana C/LW Halifax
Alexandre Demers C Drummondville
Good older prospects:
Jonathan Paiement DF Lewiston
Kevin Coughlin RW Quebec
Danick Jasmin-Riel LW Rimouski
Milan Hruska DF P.E.I.
1. Julien Ellis Shawinigan
2. Julian Walsh Baie-Comeau
3. Jason Churchill Halifax
3. Phillipe Roberge Rouyn-Noranda
Alexandre Picard seems to be the real deal and for Sebastien Gauthier i think hes 20 not sure tough.
What about Alexandre Vincent from Chicoutimi ? The goalie has a great season and presents better stats than Drouin-Deslauriers
Here is my list: ONLY 1st year eligibles.
Petr Pohl - F - Gatineau
Alexandre Picard - F - Lewiston
Kevin Mailhiot - F - Drummondville
Michal Sersen - D - Rimouski
David Laliberte - F - PEI
Kevin Asselin - F - Cape Breton
Bruce Graham - F - Moncton
Renaud Des Alliers - F - Gatineau
Martins Karsums - F - Moncton
Nathan Welton - D - Quebec
Jan Steber - F - Halifax
Nick Fugere - F - Gatineau
Juraj Liska - D - Bathurst
Sebastien Gauthier - F - Shawinigan
Thomas Beauregard - F - Bathurst
Stanisalv Lascak - F - Chicoutimi
Frederik Cabana - F - Halifax
Jean-Claude Saywer - D - Cape Breton
Dannik Jasmin-Riel - F - Rimouski
Olivier Latendresse - F - Val D'or
Brent Aubin - F - Rouyn Noranda
Vincent Zaore-Vanie - D - Cape Breton
Marek Hascak - F - Shawinigan
Nicolas Robbilard - F - Baie Comeau
Alexandre Imbeault - F - Quebec
Alexandre Demers - F - Drummondville
Kevin Petit - F - Gatineau
Benoit Doucet - F - Victoriaville
Jordan Lavallee - F - Quebec
Jeff MacAuley - D - PEI
Alexandre Vachon - F - Rimouski
Mark Tobin - F - Rimouski
Olivier Magnon - D - Rouyn Noranda
Justin Vienneau - D - Shawinigan
Guillaume Vielleux - D - Rimouski
Simon Courcelles - F - Quebec
Maxime Belanger - D - Baie Comeau
Jared Vokey - F - Cape Breton
Yannik Charron - F - Gatineau
Alexandre Dulac-Lemlin - D - Baie Comeau
Maxime Aubut - D - Bathurst
Matthew Augustine - F - Halifax
Frederic St-Denis - D - Drummondville
Jean-Phillipe Cote - D - Rouyn Noranda
Pierre-Luc Faubert - F - Lewiston
Lance Woodman - F - Gatineau
Lucianno Lomanno - D - Halifax
Ryan Moore - F - Halifax
Dominic Tweed - D - Rouyn Noranda
Pierre-Marc Guilbault - D - Shawinigan
Jonathan Yergeau - D - Bathurst
Dannik Bouchard - F - Shawinigan
Julien Ellis - G - Shawinigan
Phillipe Roberge - G - Rouyn Noranda
Loic Lacasse - G - Baie Comeau
Jason Churchill - G - Halifax
Cedrick Desjardins - G - Rimouski
Josh Tordjman - G - Victoriaville
Fabio Luongo - G - Bathurst
NOTE: Alex Vincent isnt elegible until 2005. Tough break for him considering how wicked he has played.
He's not as "agile" as Deslauriers, but lets in less weak goals and is pretty solid. I'd draft him any day.. maybe in the 3rd round
Plus Vincent is way too inconsistant. At 15 he was suposed to be drafted as an underage and sucked. At 16 he sucked even more and still managed to get picked in rd 6 i think. Then all of a sudden he is good at 17. For all we know he could suck again by 18.
Can you knock your list down to 25 skaters and 3 GK? By the way, what's the birthdate on Beauregard? Oh, and Asselin was eligible last year.
b) Beauregard was born Feb. 9 1986
c) Asselin opted out in 2003
I really see Karsums from Moncton raising in the final lists here, right now you guys have him ranked accordingly but I just see him raising later on after the half year mark. I think this guy is going to be a good one.
Laprise- I like your list. It doesn't seem far off from what I've heard on the grapevine. I haven't seen any Q games this year so, of my three predictions, the Q is the one I have least faith in.
As for Asselin, although he didn't opt in last year his stats (what- 2 goals so far?) don't seem so great for a player a year older than the other prospects mentioned (although I know he has good size and is a decent two-way player.
What's your read on him? Why so high?
Also he has started to recieve more icetime in Cape Breton and his 2 goals have come recently. He also has a lot of assists and he is a wrecking ball. I just see him heating up.
Houle is in his 2nd year of eligibilty, therefore CSB will not rank him.
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