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12-31-2012, 11:42 AM
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Originally Posted by chewerjones View Post
I think the next 2-3 months will sure be very interesting, as there will be players moving up, and some moving down, and some entering the picture (Day , Werenski, Greenway).

Last year we knew the top 10 players, it was just a matter of placing them. This year, we dont even know who half the participants are.

Top 15 without US players (Day, Werenski, Greenway)

1) Spencer
2) Korostolev
3) Konecny
4) Mackenzie
5) Crousse
6) Henley
7) Speers
8) Strome
9) MacArthur
10) Petawabano
11) Stephens
12) Lizotte
13) Nott
14) Szypula
15) Marner (sleeper)

Taking chance this early on, so be nice on me guys.
Word this weekend is that Day was recently watched in Pennsylvania and had a poor showing. Most likely will not get ES. Denis Yan born in Alaska and has gone back and forth to Russia, he will not get OHL status. The jury still out on Korostolev but it is still considered highly unlikely he will get OHL approval because of residency issues. Didn't help that he went back to Russia to recoup from injury.
Crouse ahead of Mackenzie. Strome and Stephens ahead of Speers.
Crouse maybe a better pick then Konecney. Strome best player inside the blue line. Stephens never a liability when on the ice. Plays behind the puck probably to much.
First year OHL players only get ice time if they contribute or they are not a liability.
Marner will be a late 2nd round pick as a possible investment.

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