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07-03-2017, 07:51 PM
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2017-2018 CHL/NCAA/Euro Prospects Thread

CHL

OHL-

Will Bitten - Hamilton Bulldogs
http://habsprospects.com/bitten.html

Victor Mete - London Knights
http://habsprospects.com/mete.html

Michael Pezzetta - Sudbury Wolves
http://habsprospects.com/pezzetta.html



WHL-

Josh Brook - Moose Jaw Warriors
http://habsprospects.com/brook.html

Cale Fleury - Kootenay Ice
http://habsprospects.com/fleury.html

Jarret Tyszka - Seattle Thunderbirds
http://habsprospects.com/tyszka.html

Scott Walford - Victoria Royals
http://habsprospects.com/walford.html



NCAA

Big Ten -

Jake Evans - University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish
http://habsprospects.com/evans.html

Hockey East -

Hayden Hawkey - Providence College Friars
http://habsprospects.com/hawkey.html

Cayden Primeau - Northeastern University
http://habsprospects.com/primeau.html

NCHC -

Ryan Poehling - St. Cloud State University
http://habsprospects.com/poehling.html

Casey Staum - University of Nebraska Omaha
http://habsprospects.com/staum.html

WCHA -

Nikolas Koberstein - University of Alaska Fairbanks Nanooks
http://habsprospects.com/koberstein.html



Euro Leagues

Finland -

Joni Ikonen - KalPa Kuopio
http://habsprospects.com/ikonen.html

Joonas Nättinen - JYP Jyvaskyla
http://habsprospects.com/nattinen.html

Sweden -

Max Friberg - Frölunda
http://habsprospects.com/friberg.html

Arvid Henrikson - Örebro
http://habsprospects.com/henrikson.html

Lukas Vejdemo - Djurgårdens IF
http://habsprospects.com/vejdemo.html


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That's a lot of prospects in the NCAA. No Q prospects. Hopefully a few of those WHL D make it to pro

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Realistically how far from the NHL is Mete? Seems like he could be a real steal taken in n the 4th round.

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Realistically how far from the NHL is Mete? Seems like he could be a real steal taken in n the 4th round.
Normally I'd say he has a lot of strengthening to do as he'd get bumped off pretty easily in net-front battles at this age. But I also thought the same about Marner and he adapted pretty well based on smarts - and that's something Mete has in spades.

My biggest fear is our development system. Clearly we don't have a good track record for improving our prospects in the AHL. And I would think he needs at least a year in the A.

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So weird not having anyone in the Q. Love all the prospects in the W though! I have plenty of Montreal property to watch over the next couple years.

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Normally I'd say he has a lot of strengthening to do as he'd get bumped off pretty easily in net-front battles at this age. But I also thought the same about Marner and he adapted pretty well based on smarts - and that's something Mete has in spades.

My biggest fear is our development system. Clearly we don't have a good track record for improving our prospects in the AHL. And I would think he needs at least a year in the A.
Maybe not as bad for D as for F. Tinordi and Bennet crashed but lots of varied prospects ended up becoming at least marginal NHLers, Dietz, Ellis, Hanley, Pateryn... I don't expect they'll try to get Mete to fight goons.

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Just saw that Koberstein's coach has left the team to become head coach of the Calgary Hitmen. That's going to hurt as now they have to find a replacement in just a couple months and to a program that been in trouble financially and in talent.

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Was curious about who our last draft pick to break 100 points in the CHL was. (Patrick Holland did it as a 20-year-old in 2011-12 but he wasn't our pick, we got him from Calgary)

Turns out it was Sergei Kostitsyn in 2006-07, scoring 131 points with Patrick Kane and the London Knights. Mathieu Aubin scored 103 in 2005-06 without any superstars on his team. Closest guys since then are Tim Bozon with 91 points, Gabriel Dumont with 93 points, Ryan White with 89 points, and Nikita Scherbak with 82 points.

So unless Bitten gets traded to Erie or London and has an insane year, I don't think we'll see it happen for a while lol

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Was curious about who our last draft pick to break 100 points in the CHL was. (Patrick Holland did it as a 20-year-old in 2011-12 but he wasn't our pick, we got him from Calgary)

Turns out it was Sergei Kostitsyn in 2006-07, scoring 131 points with Patrick Kane and the London Knights. Mathieu Aubin scored 103 in 2005-06 without any superstars on his team. Closest guys since then are Tim Bozon with 91 points, Gabriel Dumont with 93 points, Ryan White with 89 points, and Nikita Scherbak with 82 points.

So unless Bitten gets traded to Erie or London and has an insane year, I don't think we'll see it happen for a while lol
Bitten would need a major rebound year production wise to get anywhere close to that. Ironically, Bradley has a better chance of doing that now that he's in Regina but we don't have his rights anymore .

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Bitten would need a major rebound year production wise to get anywhere close to that. Ironically, Bradley has a better chance of doing that now that he's in Regina but we don't have his rights anymore .
I'd be surprised if Bradley doesn't break 100 points.

As for Bitten... man, what a letdown he's been so far.

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I'd be surprised if Bradley doesn't break 100 points.

As for Bitten... man, what a letdown he's been so far.
I wouldn't go THAT far on Bitten, he did end up tied for second on his team's point leaders total .I think he just adjusted to a different role on a different team and ended up being lost in the shuffle for a while. From everything I saw and heard he was playing quite good in the second half for Hamilton. 17-18 will be a huge year for him with a chance at a spot on team canada's roster and all, we'll see how he'll respond.


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I wouldn't go THAT far on Bitten, he did end up tied for second on his team's point leaders total .I think he just adjusted to a different role on a different team and ended up being lost in the shuffle for a while. From everything I saw and heard he was playing quite good in the second half for Hamilton. 17-18 will be a huge year for him with a chance at a spot on team canada's roster and all, we'll see how he'll respond.
Yeah I mean I feel this is pretty much his make or break year. He should be adjusted to Hamilton by now and hopefully he'll be at least PPG.

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