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07-07-2017, 09:17 AM
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Whoa. $200/year for a full access... That is a lot of money.
There are a bunch of these scouting report sites now that all charge a ton. Good for them I guess but I miss the free reports. That being said the USA U15 Camp begins next weekend in Buffalo so that should be a good viewing as well. The WSI was a good event but a few states had their USA festivals that same weekend so not all players could attend. They should all be at the USA U15 camp I imagine.

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07-08-2017, 06:56 AM
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Marco Gretz a late 2001 born, drafted by the flint firebirds in the 2nd round of the ohl draft. How good Is he and is he a legit prospect

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07-09-2017, 08:57 PM
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Has anybody seen Theo Rochette (Lausanne) play yet? His stats are comparable with those of the highly touted Marco Rossi, especially if you factor in that he is a few months younger than the Austrian...
I'm interested to know this as well, I didn't realize Rochette stats were that good. How do these guys compare to Holtz and Simontaivel. Seems like there some good euro talent in 2020 with the likes of Rossi, Simontaivel, Holtz, Rochette, Gunler, Malik, Rafkin, Sedoff, Raymond, Styf, Raska, Wallstedt, and a few Russian players, etc. Could be interesting to watch these players develop over the next few years.

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07-09-2017, 11:00 PM
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Some very solid talents this far out of Western Canada.

Connor McClennon, Seth Jarvis, Kaiden Guhle, Braden Schneider, Rhett Rhinehart, Jake Neighbours, Justin Sourdif, Jack Finley.

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07-10-2017, 09:41 PM
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Like the Ontario guys the best, out of guys i've seen from Canada.

Peterson and Byfield, in particular, have very high ceilings.

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07-10-2017, 10:12 PM
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Like the Ontario guys the best, out of guys i've seen from Canada.

Peterson and Byfield, in particular, have very high ceilings.
I think Quebec takes the cake in 2020. The best prospect so far. Maybe not the best overall pool but the best prospect.

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07-10-2017, 10:43 PM
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Quebec has best prospect at this point, who is a late birthday 01 and a couple of other very good players from the Maritimes.

The West has a few good prospects, some that have been listed here.

Ontario to me has the deepest pool of high end prospects with upwards of 15 players that are legitimate.

The US has likely the most number of elite players, and a number of other very good prospects.

Europeans also have a very deep crop of legit prospects.

2020 seems to be a very strong draft, albeit it is very early and a lot will change.

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07-10-2017, 10:49 PM
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Quebec has best prospect at this point, who is a late birthday 01 and a couple of other very good players from the Maritimes.

The West has a few good prospects, some that have been listed here.

Ontario to me has the deepest pool of high end prospects with upwards of 15 players that are legitimate.

The US has likely the most number of elite players, and a number of other very good prospects.

Europeans also have a very deep crop of legit prospects.

2020 seems to be a very strong draft, albeit it is very early and a lot will change.
Almost everywhere seems to have an elite prospect. Should make for a good draft. Even this far out if a draft looks deep it typically is. Unlikely that all of these kids fall off a cliff in the next 3 years.

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07-11-2017, 12:25 AM
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Wild that Josh Lawrence has barely been mentioned, the last few pages. Little disappointed scoutman doesn't have him in his first round, size be damned. Most well rounded prospect in this draft.

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07-16-2017, 05:49 PM
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07-16-2017, 10:03 PM
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Any specific reason Lucas Raymond is not on that list?
175 cm / 5'9".

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07-17-2017, 03:44 AM
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I have not seen them all play...but I have seen about 50% of them....I had some Euro scouts I know help me with some of this so far...I actually have 31 guys but only listing 28 because there are 4 sketchy players from 29 to 31 that I do not feel good about. Plus tons of guys I have not seen in north America yet so this list for me is a good starting point right now.

1. Alexis Lafreniere—F—Vikings 6’01/180 36 33 50 83
2. Marco Rossi—F—ZSC U17 5’08/150 29 28 23 51
3. Elliot Desnoyers—D—Antoine Gir Midget 5’11/170 24 04 14 18
4. Kasper Simontaival—F—Tappara U16 5’09/161 22 42 20 62
5. Dylan Peterson—F—CIHA Voyageurs 6’02/180 29 23 25 48
6. Connor McClennon—F—Pursuit of Excel 5’08/146 30 45 54 99
7. Alexander Holtz—F—Nacka HK J18 6’00/181 13 12 10 22
8. Kaiden Guhle—D—OHA Edmonton Prep 6’01/165 30 17 23 40
9. Brandon Coe—F—F—Toronto Young 6’03/166 31 17 16 33
10. Noel Gunler—F—Lulea J18 5’10/146 14 08 20 28
11. Justin Sourdif—F—Delta Hockey 5’11/152 29 32 34 66
12. Thomas Bordeleau—F—Phenix Midget 5’08/158 40 12 26 38
13. Quinton Byfield—F—York Simcoe 6’01/166 05 04 03 07
14. Tanner Latsch—F—Meijer AAA Bantam 0’00/000 05 05 00 05
15. Jeremie Poirier—D—Grenadiers AAA 5’11/167 38 04 09 13
16. Seth Jarvis—F—Rink Hockey Academy 0’00/000 30 42 24 66
17. Semen Demidov—F—Vityaz 2002 0’00/000 12 23 15 38
18. Ethan Bowen—F—Yale Hockey Acad 0’00/000 29 33 29 62
19. Thomas Bordeleau—F—Phenix 5’07/155 00 00 00 00
20. William Provost—F—Amos Midget 5’10/175 37 07 13 20
21. Wyatt Schingoethe—F—Chicago Mission 0’00/000 20 11 17 28
22. Theo Rochette—F—Lausanne U17 5’08/140 31 18 31 49
23. Hugo Styf—D—Modo J18 6’00/160 09 00 06 06
24. Egor Kuzminov—F—Dynamo 2002 0’00/000 13 20 23 43
25. Adam Raska—F—HC Trinec U18 5’10/163 38 13 29 42
26. Samuel Knazko—D—HK Dukla Trenc U18 0’00/000 43 07 16 23
27. Kyle Crnkovic—F—Pursuit of Excellence 5’06/146 30 40 39 79
28. Savely Kuvardin—F—Salavat 2001 6’01/175 31 25 33 58
Andrei Bakanov should easily be top-10 on this list... Dominant player at times in the T1EHL u16 level last year as a u14 player.

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07-17-2017, 04:24 AM
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175 cm / 5'9".
That's far from being a problem at this point.

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07-17-2017, 09:15 AM
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07-17-2017, 01:22 PM
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Andrei Bakanov should easily be top-10 on this list... Dominant player at times in the T1EHL u16 level last year as a u14 player.
I've seen Bakanov listed in the 2018 ohl draft rankings. He seems like he will be a riser and expect to hear more about him next season. I've believe someone said he looks like Malkin out there.

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07-17-2017, 02:14 PM
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Finnish D-man Christoffer Sedoff looks very promising, will play for HIFK U18 this season. Was outstanding for the U16 team last season, his offensive skill set, skating and shot are top notch. Plus he's got good size and a good stick defensively. Could be a top pick when all is said and done.

Center Roni Hirvonen seems like an interesting prospect for this draft from what I've seen, possessing creativity, soft hands and good set-up skills in the offensive zone. He's small at the moment but the skill level was high. He'll be at Espoo United U18 in the upcoming season.

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Finnish D-man Christoffer Sedoff looks very promising, will play for HIFK U18 this season. Was outstanding for the U16 team last season, his offensive skill set, skating and shot are top notch. Plus he's got good size and a good stick defensively. Could be a top pick when all is said and done.

Center Roni Hirvonen seems like an interesting prospect for this draft from what I've seen, possessing creativity, soft hands and good set-up skills in the offensive zone. He's small at the moment but the skill level was high. He'll be at Espoo United U18 in the upcoming season.
How about Ruben Rafkin? Do you think Sedoff is or could be better

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07-17-2017, 07:04 PM
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That's far from being a problem at this point.
He is 15, it is very common that you do not grow anything more at that age. Untill he grows, it is a problem. Maybe he grows maybe he do not.

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He is 15, it is very common that you do not grow anything more at that age. Untill he grows, it is a problem. Maybe he grows maybe he do not.
I don't think it's that common to stop growing at 15, especially for a European/Scandinavian.

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I don't think it's that common to stop growing at 15, especially for a European/Scandinavian.
I do not have any statistics over how common it is, but for example just go and look at old rosters and look at how the players where listed as then in U16 tournaments and compare their height today, and you will see plenty of players that havnt grow at all or very little. It is very common to stop growing at that age or at least not grow very much more.

He maybe end up 185cm, but right now he is listed as 175 while most other top prospect are listed above 180, and it is far from a sure thing that he will grow enough for it not to be issue.

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Holtz is one of the most physically advanced 15 year old I've ever seen, that could be a bad thing once all the other players starts to catch up. The offensive instincts are undeniable though.

I would rank Raymond as a more talented player than Holtz. Raymond is super slick, reminds me a lot of William Nylander at that age. Crazy dominant against his age group.

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Holtz is one of the most physically advanced 15 year old I've ever seen, that could be a bad thing once all the other players starts to catch up. The offensive instincts are undeniable though.

I would rank Raymond as a more talented player than Holtz. Raymond is super slick, reminds me a lot of William Nylander at that age. Crazy dominant against his age group.
Raymond's brother is TINY as heck though, so probably won't grow too much anymore :/

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Raymond's brother is TINY as heck though, so probably won't grow too much anymore :/
I'm pretty sure that those numbers (eliteprospects) haven't been updated in a while

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After 3 days at Select 15s, only one player stands out as potential 2020 NHL Draft 1st round pick: BU commit and dual-citizen Dylan Peterson

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I've been very impressed with the 02 age group for USA, so i'd disagree. Schingoathe, for one, definitely looks the part.

Kirwin, too, looked very complete for a major bantam player, in my viewings.

Peterson, Byfield, Schingoathe, and Kirwin all have size, iq, and complete skill sets. VERY rare.


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