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11-08-2004, 08:00 AM
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2005 Draft OHL stats (Nov. 8th update)

Below are the most recent stats (Nov. 08th) on the top scoring 2005 draft first-time eligible OHL prospects.

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Cal O'Reilly Windsor 5'10 175 19 8 18 26
Justin Donati Oshawa 5'10 170 18 9 12 21
Daniel Ryder Peterborough 5'11 185 20 9 11 20
Benoit Pouliot Sudbury 6'2 180 17 11 9 20
Steve Downie Windsor 5'10 190 16 5 13 18
Tom Mannino Windsor 5'11 190 19 10 8 18
Evan Brophy Belleville 6'2 190 16 6 12 18
Bobby Ryan Owen Sound 6'1 225 17 7 11 18
Ryan O'Marra Erie 6'2 190 15 5 13 18
Matt D'agostini Guelph 6'0 175 19 9 8 17
Mark Versteeg-Lytwyn Guelph 5'11 190 19 7 8 15
Tony Rizzi Kingston 6'2 174 18 9 6 15
Radek Smolenak Kingston 6'3 190 18 9 6 15
Tyler Donati Oshawa 5'10 170 14 6 9 15
Chris Lawrence Sault 6'4 180 17 3 12 15
Dan Collins Plymouth 6'1 195 18 7 6 13
Patrick Davis Kitchener 6'2 190 17 4 9 13
Michael Blunden Erie 6'2 205 16 6 7 13
Sean O'Connor Erie 5'10 160 16 3 9 12
Howie Martin Brampton 6'0 198 19 5 6 11
Kevin Baker Owen Sound 5'11 185 15 4 6 10
Mike Duko Kitchener 5'10 195 17 7 2 9
Cody Bass Mississauga 5'11 170 16 2 7 9
James Neal Plymouth 6'3 180 17 4 5 9
Brad Snetsinger Mississauga 6'0 175 11 4 3 7
Tom Pyatt Saginaw 5'10 180 8 3 4 7

Defensemen-
Patrick McNeill Saginaw 5'11 195 19 2 12 14
Derek Joslin Ottawa 6'1 175 17 2 8 10
Ryan Wilson Toronto SM 6'1 205 18 4 5 9
Kyle Lamb Sudbury 5'11 185 17 3 6 9
Marc Staal Sudbury 6'3 185 17 1 7 8
Adam Abraham Mississauga 6'1 180 16 3 5 8
Ryan Parent Guelph 6'2 180 19 1 6 7

Goalies-
Darren Machesney Brampton 6'0 166 11g 2.49 .911
Kyle Knechtel Windsor 5'10 187 12g 3.37 .905
Kevin Lalonde Belleville 6'0 175 7g 1.96 .940
Wayne Savage Totonto 4g 2.52 .915

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One guy that's really gone gang busters that's on that list is Tom Mannino. He's been lights out lately.

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One guy that's really gone gang busters that's on that list is Tom Mannino. He's been lights out lately.
Mannino has got the skills, it's great to finally see him converting his chances.

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A couple of guys have got me real interested, notably Patrick Davis. I think he may go late second round-third round in next year's draft.

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A couple of guys have got me real interested, notably Patrick Davis. I think he may go late second round-third round in next year's draft.
I think you'd have been hearing a lot more about Davis, had he not been injured for most of last year.

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Matt D'agostini Guelph 6'0 175 19 9 8 17

I just saw Guelph play Kitchner lastnight, this guy seemed to be loaded with skills and looked a little bigger than 6'0 to me, but I have to ask people who have seen him play regularly, does he play with intensity and toughness? Seemed to be lacking a little.

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I think you'd have been hearing a lot more about Davis, had he not been injured for most of last year.
I know that's why I'm excited that he's starting to pull it all together now. Another player of note is Francis Charland. Just came back last week from a serious injury and dented the twine three times while assisting on 2 others in 5 games. Impressive.

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Can anyone who has seen Kingston play, please comment on Radek Smolenak - 6'3 190 18-9-6-15 looks pretty good from where I'm sitting.

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How's Franchin (sp?) doing this year, after not being drafted last year. Is he seeing more ice time or still 4th line duty?

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Can anyone who has seen Kingston play, please comment on Radek Smolenak - 6'3 190 18-9-6-15 looks pretty good from where I'm sitting.
He's really been coming on lately. He scored two goals on Sunday against Windsor as well as setting up the tying goal and scoring the OT winner vs. Brampton on Friday. All while on, what I guess, would be considered the 3rd line. Uses his size out there as well, not your "typical" European.

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How's Franchin (sp?) doing this year, after not being drafted last year. Is he seeing more ice time or still 4th line duty?
I assume you're talking about Peter Franchin?

If so, I've only seen him play once so far this year, but he's first or second line centre for Saginaw this year. He was very good on faceoffs (beat Richards a number of times, which isn't easy to do). I think being traded to Saginaw was the best thing for him. They're not a team that is expected to do much this year, but he's seeing a lot more ice time than he would have in Kitchener.

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Daniel Ryder Peterborough 5'11 185 20 9 11 20

Chris Lawrence Sault 6'4 180 17 3 12 15
I hope the Habs will draft these two.I am high on Ryder.He has tremendous skating and playmaking skills and He has quick wrist shot.I wathed him play just once with Peterborough.I hope We will draft him , imagine him and his brother in the same line.

I hope We gonna draft Lawrance too.His stats are uptaded (18gp 3 goals 14 assists 17p) He had 1 goal , 1 assist the other night.He has good size and some impressive playmaking skills (that's not bad for a guy who's projected to be pick in the third round).If He wants to be drafted higher , He needs to work more and use his size more often !


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Those Donati twins look interesting. I wonder if someone will make a deal to insure they stay on the same team like Burke did with the Sedin twins.

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I assume you're talking about Peter Franchin?

If so, I've only seen him play once so far this year, but he's first or second line centre for Saginaw this year. He was very good on faceoffs (beat Richards a number of times, which isn't easy to do). I think being traded to Saginaw was the best thing for him. They're not a team that is expected to do much this year, but he's seeing a lot more ice time than he would have in Kitchener.

Thanks I didn't know he was traded. I figured a guy his size would get some interested next summer.

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He's really been coming on lately. He scored two goals on Sunday against Windsor as well as setting up the tying goal and scoring the OT winner vs. Brampton on Friday. All while on, what I guess, would be considered the 3rd line. Uses his size out there as well, not your "typical" European.
Thank you fan75, I'm going to keep an eye out for him for the rest of the season.

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One guy that's really gone gang busters that's on that list is Tom Mannino. He's been lights out lately.
The entire Windsor Spitfire team has gone lights out. In their first 10 games they only scored 19 goals in their last 11 games they've scored 53 goals, go figure.

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How's Franchin (sp?) doing this year, after not being drafted last year. Is he seeing more ice time or still 4th line duty?
Franchin looked very good in Brampton a couple of nights ago scoring two goals for an abysmal Saginaw team.

He has all the tools - he's huge, really good skater, dangles well, passes the puck hard, and finishes his checks. IMO he could be a real sleeper in the draft.

On another topic, McNeil looked very good at moving the puck out of the zone and through the neutral zone. However, he was not very good at 1-on-1's and had a very difficult time with handling Brampton's forwards in front of the net.

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