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08-12-2010, 05:25 PM
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10-11 Central Hockey League season

As per Colts Fan request in the 09 10 central junior hockey leaque season thread, I have hopefully created a new thread for the upcoming season.

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Zion's trade

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The Cornwall Colts acquire Mitch Zion from the Ottawa Jr. Senators in exchange for Ryan Lagace, a 3rd round pick in the 2011 CHL draft and a Player Development Fee
Is Lagace to play with the Jr. Senators this upcoming year? I see that in June this year his QMJHL rights were traded from Shawinigan to Rouyn-Noranda.

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With the new season right around the corner, whos going to be the teams to beat this year? Any predictions who the top 5 scorers and best goaltenders will be this year?

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Just an opinion
Top 5 Teams:
1. Pembroke - the Lumberkings have too much talent up front, with 3 solid lines of scoring this year. 3 defenceman this year that will be a huge surprise when teams see them, thats not counting 4 time CJHL champion dman, captain Reinhart. Goaltending is strong in Gruehl but may need to get another trade in (Curley). They will be the class of the league this year, 5 peat is for real.

2. Brockville - Should have a strong season again starting from the back end, Gilbert and 5 solid d will make this team tough again. They are definitely short up front in offensive talent.

3. Cornwall - Strong, Strong offense, with Laliberte back, the twins and Zion now this will be a team that can score at any time, defense and goaltending a big issue, however, Chretien showed he could play, if he plays strong they will compete every night.

4. CP - Dont look for sophomore blues this year, this team is well coached and will bring more at you every night this year. They have solid goaltending and strong forwards that work every night. Wont win the league but will be there all year with a much stonger game.

5. Two Teams - Nepean - expect them to try and get back to the competeive team trying to challenge for a title. Even losing Calof will not hurt the teams want to be prominence again, they have not had the goaltending since Macdonald left but a serious goalie could have them there as a upset contender. Ottawa - started to show signs in the 2nd half they want to compete, summer looks like they have finally committed off the ice and that always leads to a good start. They have a solid goalie and could be 2 lines strong in scoring so D becomes the question, if they get D in their own zone they will compete every night.

Top 5 Goaltenders: Depends you want, Who will help his team? or league voted crap! A year ago PLK had one of the top two goalies in the league all season and was just as big in the league playoffs, yet only had the respect from the players, should have been at the Ontario Challenge, should have been an allstar and quitely came within inches of setting all time league stats in wins and shutouts. if not for a 10 game injury PLK would have won the RS title and he would have broke all the wins/shutouts records. If you want what the best goalies both stats and play outside the voting then .....

1. Ben Curly - he will play 50 games, is a game beaker and with him needing a scholarship expect him in Pembroke.
2. Justin Gilbert - probably play 40 games this year, will be there with numbers and proved to be quite a playoff addition right through the RBC.
3. Greg Gruehl - assuming he is the starter the whole season, barring an aquisition, he will play 45 games this year and while he is smaller in size he is a winner and has a refuse to lose attitude, with PLK's strength he will be up there in all categories.
4. Alex Chretien - Cornwall may need him a lot this year unless they find some D. He is a strong solid goalie and was better than Carr at the end of the year. But stats may not be as good as he really is.
5. Scott Shackel - The up and down goalie, he can have some big games where he shuts down teams and two nights later, where did he go. If he stays in CP he will have the work ethic team in front of him and the number will be strong. Good size, can make huge saves, but needs to learn the difference between handling the puck and staying put, once in a while.

Top 5 Scorers:

1. Jacob Laliberte - easy choice, of course he may never leave the league, will put 125-130 on the board if he stays healthy.
2. Tyler Tousonian - With the fire power back in Pembroke he will contend again all yearas league leader, expect him to be there at 120-130 pts.
3. Andrew Creppin - assuming he is staying he will put another 100 pts on the board but will it be in a green uniform, dont let the Lunber Kings spend the money at Christmas or he may put up 130.
4. Jonathon Milley - He was on a 100 pt season pace last year until the injury, with the players on the first 3 lines expect another 100 pts. He is a Selleck look a like, can dominate physically and score, he wants the college deal expect a huge year like he was in the league playoffs.
5. Nicholas Belleville - Expect a huge year from him could be 85-90 pts, problem may be surrounding offensive talent, could be a big year if he has some talent on his line.


Just so everyone doesnt get upset, this was just an opinion!

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08-13-2010, 10:44 AM
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Kings announce player signings

Lumber Kings General Manager and Head Coach Sheldon Keefe announced today the signing of six players for the upcoming 2010-2011 season.

MATTHEW ZAY – 1991 FORWARD 6’0 180 – A highly skilled, versatile forward that is ready to play a big role with this season’s edition of the Kings. He played the last two seasons with the New York Bobcats and was drafted 12th overall in the 2010 NAHL draft. A native of Glendale, New York, he is commited to play at NCAA Division 1 Mercyhurst College in the fall of 2011.

JOSH RICHARDS – 1990 FORWARD 5’10 175 - From Lee, New Hampshire he is a graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy where he played in the New England Prep High School League. A hard working, skilled forward that will add to the Kings offensive depth. He is committed to play at NCAA Division 1 ARMY in the fall of 2011.

TANNER HILDEBRANDT – 1992 FORWARD 6’3 190 – From St. Catherines, Ontario he was the captain and leading scorer of the St. Catherine’s Midget’s and made noise at the 2010 OFSAA High School Championships where he scored 10 goals in just 4 games. A strong forward with a great shot, he adds size and skill to the Kings forward group.

WILL SEEBER – 1991 DEFENCEMAN 6’0 195 – A native of White Heath, Illinois he is a mobile defenceman that can play in all situations. He comes to the Kings from Team Illinois of the Tier One Elite Hockey League.

ALEXANDRE PERRON-FONTAINE – 1992 DEFENCEMAN 5’8 175 – A smooth skating, offensive defenceman, he will be a big part of the Kings attack from the blueline. From St-Mathieu, Quebec he skated with the Trois Rivieres Midget’s last season.

JAMIE PHILLIPS – 1993 GOALTENDER 6’2 175 – From Caledonia, Ontario he played last season with the Brantford Eagles of the Greater Ontario Junior B Hockey League after being drafted in the 4th round of the 2009 OHL Draft.

These six recruits will join defenceman Keenan Murray who was acquired earlier this summer and the 13 returning players from last season’s championship team. They take to the ice for the first time along with draft picks and invites looking to fill the remaining spots on Friday August 20th as they open up training camp at the Pembroke and Area Community Centre continuing on Saturday and Sunday with scrimmages and practice sessions. The Kings Annual Red vs. White game is Sunday at 4:00pm. Admission is free.

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08-13-2010, 05:32 PM
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Just an opinion
Top 5 Teams:
1. Pembroke - the Lumberkings have too much talent up front, with 3 solid lines of scoring this year. 3 defenceman this year that will be a huge surprise when teams see them, thats not counting 4 time CJHL champion dman, captain Reinhart. Goaltending is strong in Gruehl but may need to get another trade in (Curley). They will be the class of the league this year, 5 peat is for real.

2. Brockville - Should have a strong season again starting from the back end, Gilbert and 5 solid d will make this team tough again. They are definitely short up front in offensive talent.

3. Cornwall - Strong, Strong offense, with Laliberte back, the twins and Zion now this will be a team that can score at any time, defense and goaltending a big issue, however, Chretien showed he could play, if he plays strong they will compete every night.

4. CP - Dont look for sophomore blues this year, this team is well coached and will bring more at you every night this year. They have solid goaltending and strong forwards that work every night. Wont win the league but will be there all year with a much stonger game.

5. Two Teams - Nepean - expect them to try and get back to the competeive team trying to challenge for a title. Even losing Calof will not hurt the teams want to be prominence again, they have not had the goaltending since Macdonald left but a serious goalie could have them there as a upset contender. Ottawa - started to show signs in the 2nd half they want to compete, summer looks like they have finally committed off the ice and that always leads to a good start. They have a solid goalie and could be 2 lines strong in scoring so D becomes the question, if they get D in their own zone they will compete every night.

Top 5 Goaltenders: Depends you want, Who will help his team? or league voted crap! A year ago PLK had one of the top two goalies in the league all season and was just as big in the league playoffs, yet only had the respect from the players, should have been at the Ontario Challenge, should have been an allstar and quitely came within inches of setting all time league stats in wins and shutouts. if not for a 10 game injury PLK would have won the RS title and he would have broke all the wins/shutouts records. If you want what the best goalies both stats and play outside the voting then .....

1. Ben Curly - he will play 50 games, is a game beaker and with him needing a scholarship expect him in Pembroke.
2. Justin Gilbert - probably play 40 games this year, will be there with numbers and proved to be quite a playoff addition right through the RBC.
3. Greg Gruehl - assuming he is the starter the whole season, barring an aquisition, he will play 45 games this year and while he is smaller in size he is a winner and has a refuse to lose attitude, with PLK's strength he will be up there in all categories.
4. Alex Chretien - Cornwall may need him a lot this year unless they find some D. He is a strong solid goalie and was better than Carr at the end of the year. But stats may not be as good as he really is.
5. Scott Shackel - The up and down goalie, he can have some big games where he shuts down teams and two nights later, where did he go. If he stays in CP he will have the work ethic team in front of him and the number will be strong. Good size, can make huge saves, but needs to learn the difference between handling the puck and staying put, once in a while.

Top 5 Scorers:

1. Jacob Laliberte - easy choice, of course he may never leave the league, will put 125-130 on the board if he stays healthy.
2. Tyler Tousonian - With the fire power back in Pembroke he will contend again all yearas league leader, expect him to be there at 120-130 pts.
3. Andrew Creppin - assuming he is staying he will put another 100 pts on the board but will it be in a green uniform, dont let the Lunber Kings spend the money at Christmas or he may put up 130.
4. Jonathon Milley - He was on a 100 pt season pace last year until the injury, with the players on the first 3 lines expect another 100 pts. He is a Selleck look a like, can dominate physically and score, he wants the college deal expect a huge year like he was in the league playoffs.
5. Nicholas Belleville - Expect a huge year from him could be 85-90 pts, problem may be surrounding offensive talent, could be a big year if he has some talent on his line.


Just so everyone doesnt get upset, this was just an opinion!
Well Ok, I am a Hawkes fan but here is my theory on the back of my lunchmat today. 4,3,3 points for who are your 19-20 year old players, your 16-18 players, and your coachs and management.

Pembroke
Brockville
Kempville
Cornwall
Carleton Place
Cumberland
Gloucester
Hawkesbury

Smith Falls
Nepean
Ottawa
Kanata

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08-13-2010, 06:06 PM
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Here are my thoughts...

1. Pembroke
2. Cornwall
3. Brockville
4. Gloucester
5. Nepean
6. Carleton Place
7. Kemptville
8. Cumberland
9. Hawkesbury
10. Kanata
11. Ottawa
12. Smiths Falls

Top 5 scorers...
1. Laliberté, Cor
2. Zion, Cor
3. Tosunian, Pem
4. Milley, Pem
5. Creppin, Glo

Top 5 goalies...
1. Gilbert, Bro
2. Curley, Kem
3. Dupuis, CP
4. Gruehl, Pem
5. Kowalew, Nep

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1. Pembroke
2. Cornwall
3.Gloucester
4. Brockville
5. Carleton Place
6. Nepean
7. Ottawa
8. Cumberland
9. Hawkesbury
10. Kanata
11. Kemptville
12. Smiths Falls

Top 5 scorers...
1. Laliberté, Cor
2. Milley, Pem
3.Creppin, Glo
4.Tosunian, Pem
5. Zion, Cor


Top 5 goalies...
1. Gilbert, Bro
2. Curley, Kem
3. Dupuis, CP
4. Gruehl, Pem
5. ??????, Corn

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Anyone have a report from the KIngston Nepean game today, looked like a lopsided game with Kingston winning 6-1.

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I.M.O.

1. Pembroke
2. Nepean
3. Brockville
4. Cornwall
5. Gloucester
6. Kemptville
7.Cumberland
8. Hawkesberry
9. Carlton Place
10.Ottawa
11 Kanata
12. Smiths Falls

Scorers
1. Laliberte - Cornwall
2. Miley - Pembroke
3. Crepin - Glou
4. Zion - Cornwall
5. Barkowski - Cumberland

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Interesting takes on top 5 goalies.

Lots of goalies returning this year. Are there any rookie or 16 year old tendys that may make a difference this year?

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Just an opinion
Top 5 Teams:
1. Pembroke - the Lumberkings have too much talent up front, with 3 solid lines of scoring this year. 3 defenceman this year that will be a huge surprise when teams see them, thats not counting 4 time CJHL champion dman, captain Reinhart. Goaltending is strong in Gruehl but may need to get another trade in (Curley). They will be the class of the league this year, 5 peat is for real.

2. Brockville - Should have a strong season again starting from the back end, Gilbert and 5 solid d will make this team tough again. They are definitely short up front in offensive talent.

3. Cornwall - Strong, Strong offense, with Laliberte back, the twins and Zion now this will be a team that can score at any time, defense and goaltending a big issue, however, Chretien showed he could play, if he plays strong they will compete every night.

4. CP - Dont look for sophomore blues this year, this team is well coached and will bring more at you every night this year. They have solid goaltending and strong forwards that work every night. Wont win the league but will be there all year with a much stonger game.

5. Two Teams - Nepean - expect them to try and get back to the competeive team trying to challenge for a title. Even losing Calof will not hurt the teams want to be prominence again, they have not had the goaltending since Macdonald left but a serious goalie could have them there as a upset contender. Ottawa - started to show signs in the 2nd half they want to compete, summer looks like they have finally committed off the ice and that always leads to a good start. They have a solid goalie and could be 2 lines strong in scoring so D becomes the question, if they get D in their own zone they will compete every night.

Top 5 Goaltenders: Depends you want, Who will help his team? or league voted crap! A year ago PLK had one of the top two goalies in the league all season and was just as big in the league playoffs, yet only had the respect from the players, should have been at the Ontario Challenge, should have been an allstar and quitely came within inches of setting all time league stats in wins and shutouts. if not for a 10 game injury PLK would have won the RS title and he would have broke all the wins/shutouts records. If you want what the best goalies both stats and play outside the voting then .....

1. Ben Curly - he will play 50 games, is a game beaker and with him needing a scholarship expect him in Pembroke.
2. Justin Gilbert - probably play 40 games this year, will be there with numbers and proved to be quite a playoff addition right through the RBC.
3. Greg Gruehl - assuming he is the starter the whole season, barring an aquisition, he will play 45 games this year and while he is smaller in size he is a winner and has a refuse to lose attitude, with PLK's strength he will be up there in all categories.
4. Alex Chretien - Cornwall may need him a lot this year unless they find some D. He is a strong solid goalie and was better than Carr at the end of the year. But stats may not be as good as he really is.
5. Scott Shackel - The up and down goalie, he can have some big games where he shuts down teams and two nights later, where did he go. If he stays in CP he will have the work ethic team in front of him and the number will be strong. Good size, can make huge saves, but needs to learn the difference between handling the puck and staying put, once in a while.

Top 5 Scorers:

1. Jacob Laliberte - easy choice, of course he may never leave the league, will put 125-130 on the board if he stays healthy.
2. Tyler Tousonian - With the fire power back in Pembroke he will contend again all yearas league leader, expect him to be there at 120-130 pts.
3. Andrew Creppin - assuming he is staying he will put another 100 pts on the board but will it be in a green uniform, dont let the Lunber Kings spend the money at Christmas or he may put up 130.
4. Jonathon Milley - He was on a 100 pt season pace last year until the injury, with the players on the first 3 lines expect another 100 pts. He is a Selleck look a like, can dominate physically and score, he wants the college deal expect a huge year like he was in the league playoffs.
5. Nicholas Belleville - Expect a huge year from him could be 85-90 pts, problem may be surrounding offensive talent, could be a big year if he has some talent on his line.


Just so everyone doesnt get upset, this was just an opinion!
Dont expect Belleville back next season

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Is the CJ that weak

For you to predict Zion as a leading scorer after a poor (13 point) season in the USHL,or are you factoring in the CJ's history of bloated point totals where every goal has 2 assist.

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For you to predict Zion as a leading scorer after a poor (13 point) season in the USHL,or are you factoring in the CJ's history of bloated point totals where every goal has 2 assist.
Agree about Zion, is he the same player?? It all depends on Zion getting some PP time with Laliberte or of course Jacob can move to wing where Zion plays in the middle of the top line?? If this happens Zion will of course benefit and be up there for sure. Jacob will win the scoring this year - he will get his ton of ice, regular shift, double shift, PP, PK - no doubt he can score! It will also be interesting if Tosunian can produce without Cross, we'll see if him and Milley can get it going. Based on last year you have to look at Creppin as well for sure and there will be some others (surprises) that emerge. Of course some of these notables can't do it by themselves, they're either snipers themselves or set-up men - many need to find a new linemate??

As for predictions - the top 4 PLK, Brockville, Cornwall and Gloucester makes sense with many top players (19-20 year olds) returning. I think the middle 4-5 is where the question mark is - Kemptville, Cumberland, Nepean, CP and Hawkesbury. Not really sure what they have? Kemptville has a new coach, Curley in nets is solid with some decent 20 year olds. What do the other teams have - the other 4 will fight for the last play-off spot IMO? I don't see OJS, Kanata or Smiths Falls in the hunt but who knows, it's a long year with injuries, trades and players stepping up...can't wait!!


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The reason I think Zion will have a productive year is obviously the fact that he'll be playing with Laliberté. Cornwall's PP will be deadly with Zion, the Spinks, and Laliberté on the point. As for rookies this year, Hedges in Ottawa, and Boudreau in Hawkesbury will probably be the top two forwards. Both kids are small in stature, but they can play, and you know they'll get ice time playing on rebuilding teams. Others to watch would be Cobbold in Kanata, Meighan and Walsh in Cumberland, Pancel and Lloyd in Gloucester, Lesway in Kemptville, Deschamps in Carleton Place, and Primeau in Cornwall. On defense, I like Steel in Smiths Falls, Leslie in Gloucester, Lussier and Meilleur in Hawkesbury, and Suckow in Pembroke, if he makes the team. In nets, I think Altshuller will be the only goalie good enough to play in the league.

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I believe Zion was relegated to 3rd line and PK duties in the USHL, thus limiting his point production. If he plays on the top line in Cornwall, I think he will put up some very good numbers.

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who will have the best first line in the league this year ? i believe cornwall will with laliberte, zion and maybe one of the spinks or ming if he comes back from kitchener.... and as for best goalie tandem? i belive carleton place will have the best tandem in shackell and dupuis if that stays in tack and no trades come around

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Top line: Tusanian, Milley and ?
Top Goaltending Tandem: Curly & Hudson

Noticed that Nepean struggled again yesterday versus Kingston with a much stronger line-up which included top forwards and top goalie.

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I believe Zion was relegated to 3rd line and PK duties in the USHL, thus limiting his point production. If he plays on the top line in Cornwall, I think he will put up some very good numbers.
Zion sat on the bench because the USHL is a better league. Martin who also played in the USHL also stuggled, you cannot compare these two leagues it's like comparing the CJHL to the OHL. Nobody want's to listen to Daddy anymore.

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Predictions for 2010-11...

1) Pembroke
2) Cornwall
3) Brockville
4) Gloucester
5) Nepean
6) Kemptville
7) Carleton Place
8) Cumberland

Laliberte should run away with the scoring title with excellent scoring support from the Spinks and Zion... No trouble scoring in Cornwall, but who keeps the puck out ? In Brockville, Gilbert will be a top 3 tender but is not an automatic slam dunk for goaltender of the year... Goaltending looks like the only problem in Hockeytown this season- Returning 13 players with impressive recruits the 4-time champs have a very small, keeper who had trouble covering the 4x6 last season when called upon...
Very early prediction- Brockville Braves vs. Pembroke Lumber Kings in a rematch of last year's final for the Bogart again.

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I think you will see Curley in Pembroke sooner rather than later. I can't see Kempt making playoffs without him, but I believe Kempt will let him go to a contender for the right price. I think Ottawa will do better than most people think. Different atmosphere there now. Money changes things pretty quick. Did alot of off ice this summer. Has anyone heard anything about SF? I can't see them improving too much unless they have some imports coming in. Too bad if they don't with the new rink.

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I have in order

1-Pembroke
2-Brockville
3-Cornwall

All the others will be well behind.

Pembroke has it all,scoring,Defence and tenders.

Brockville has Gilbert,5 very good D men and 3 lines that are balanced and can score as well as play defence.

Cornwall will score a ton of goals but will give up alot as well.These 3 teams will be the class of the league.

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guy`s come on these predictions are easy - the three teams you talk about all have money and draw big crowds due the areas they are in - this is no surprise as they will buy players as needed and $ are`nt an issue at all.
just look at the cost cornwall paid or other`s in the fam for zion - if you add up the transfer fees etc it works out to roughly 12,000.00 bucks so who kidding who forget the top three predictions they are easy to do.

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