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05-13-2012, 06:27 PM
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Manitobans available as 1991 birth years

the last post caused me to wonder who the top 1991 Manitoba-born players might be to fill the holes on the Bison roster (the Bisons love to give Manitoba players the chance to play in their home province). Off the top of my head here are some of the players that might be recruited by the Bisons.

WHL

Forwards
Brendan Shinnimin (signed NHL deal, not available, too bad)
Adam Hughesman (top recruit, may get pro deal - Adam would fit in very well with the Bisons)
Mason Wilgosh (tremendous leader, hard working kid - would be a natural replacement for Hellyer or Benias)
James Henry (tremendous leader, great competitor, good offensive potential - could be a future Bisons captain)
Jesse Paradis (solid two way player)

Defencemen
Corbin Baldwin (monster dman, may get pro deal)

Goalies
Deven Dubyk (solid goalie - played a lot with Red Deer this past year)

MJHL

Forwards
Derek Gingera (high scoring Junior A player, small and fast)
Blake Chartier (solid player with good hands)
David Conrad (played 3 years in the Dub before finishing his junior career in the MJ)
Craig Scott (great finish to a Junior A career with a strong playoff run with the Saints, led the MJ in playoff scoring)

Defencemen
Dylan Heide (solid high scoring Jr A dman, good student who won a major Junior A scholarship, currently studying at the U of M)
Paul Bonar (very good Jr A dman)
Paul Sohor (had 3 years in the Dub before playing with Selkirk Steelers as a 20 year old, brings toughness and a bit of offence)
Drew Scurfield (solid dman)
Tyler Wiwchar (also won a major Junior A scholarship, already studying at the U of M)

Goalies
Matt Krahn (all star MJHL goalie, backup with the Allan Cup National Championship team)

this is a very good crop to choose from but other than Baldwin and maybe a couple of the MJ dmen not a lot of size. Some of the MJHL players are already students at the U of M.

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