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01-25-2013, 10:40 AM
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Woodlief's Red Line Report in USA Today

No.PlayerPos.Ht., Wt.ShootsDate of birthTeam
1Seth JonesD6-3, 208RightOct. 3, 1994Portland
2Jonathan DrouinLW5-11, 185LeftMarch 27, 1995Halifax
3Nathan MacKinnonC6-0, 182RightSept. 1, 1995Halifax
4Aleksander BarkovC6-2, 207LeftSept. 2, 1995Tappara
5Sean MonahanC6-2, 193LeftOct. 12, 1994Ottawa
6Elias LindholmC6-0, 181RightDec. 2, 1994Brynas
7Darnell NurseD6-4, 194LeftFeb. 4, 1995Sault Ste. Marie
8Rasmus RistolainenD6-3, 196RightOct. 27, 1994TPS Turku
9Hunter ShinkarukLW5-11, 181LeftOct. 13, 1994Medicine Hat
10Adam ErneRW6-1, 206LeftApril 20, 1995Quebec


Jackson Houck: Both our WHL scouts have fallen in love with his take-no-prisoners style and evolving offensive game.

Marko Dano: Not seen often by North American scouts, so he might have helped himself more than anyone at the World Junior Championships with his strong offensive performance.

Darnell Nurse: Huge, highly mobile, and increasingly nasty.

Philippe Desrosiers: In a deep class for Quebec goalies, he's starting to separate from the pack. Could backstop deep playoff run for strong club.

Samuel Morin: This guy has the wingspan of a condor. Even more impressive was his willingness to carry the puck and jump up on the rush at the Top Prospects Game. If he begins to show an offensive upside, the sky's the limit.


Robert Hagg: Still has the mobility and finesse offensive game, but where's the progress on the back end?

Alex Forsberg: All the talent in the world doesn't overcome lethargic play, poor body language, and a bad attitude.

Will Butcher: Hard for us to say this about a personal favorite, but we've been disappointed. Not sure what role he will play at the NHL level.

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