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04-28-2011, 07:59 AM
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Domingue is having his best series in the semi-final. Quebec just won three in a row after losing the first game. All by low scores (1-2, 3-2, 2-1, 2-1)

In 4 games he has a 1.51 GAA and a 0.946 SV%. He is making a huge difference as Quebec has been outplayed in most of the series. Let's hope they can finish it Friday and head to the final.

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Mark Visentin Named OHL Goaltender of the Year

http://www.ontariohockeyleague.com/a...the-year/97852

Visentin posted a 30-9-2-4 record between the pipes for the IceDogs helping the club to their best regular season finish in franchise history with 96 points in the OHL’s Eastern Conference. In 46 games he carried the second-best goals-against-average with a mark of 2.52 while his .917 save percentage was the highest in the OHL this season. Visentin also earned four shutout victories which tied for second-most in the league.
"It's an honour to receive this award considering all of the talented goaltenders in the league this year,” said Visentin. “I couldn't do it without the great players in front of me, the superb coaching staff, and the wonderful organization here in Niagara. It's also an honour to follow the footsteps of other great goaltenders who have won this award in the past."

Visentin, an 18-year-old from Waterdown, ON, has played three OHL seasons with the IceDogs who selected him in the third round of the 2008 OHL Priority Selection. In 44 starts this season he allowed two or less goals 21 times including five-straight games from February 3-13 in a stretch where he received OHL Player of the Week honours and was named the Vaughn CHL Goaltender of the Week twice. This season he competed as a member of Team OHL in the 2010 SUBWAY Super Series before being selected to represent Canada at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship in Buffalo, NY, where he earned a silver medal. In April, Visentin signed a three-year entry-level contract with the Phoenix Coyotes who selected him with the 27 overall pick in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.

“Mark was great for us all season,” said IceDogs Head Coach and General Manager Marty Williamson. “He is a tremendous worker and the backbone of our team. We are extremely proud of Mark and this award just goes to show that his hard work and dedication really paid off.”

Visentin will be formally presented with the OHL’s Goaltender of the Year Award on Wednesday June 8 at the OHL Awards Ceremony held at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. He is also the OHL’s nominee for the CHL Goaltender of the Year.

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04-28-2011, 09:21 PM
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So it's safe to say the scouts responsible for the goalie selections certainly did their job.

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04-28-2011, 09:32 PM
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So it's safe to say the scouts responsible for the goalie selections certainly did their job.
Did they ever. It seemed like at the draft, nobody knew who he was. Now his name should be a bit more popular, I would imagine.

He joins a solid group of current NHL goaltenders in the OHL Goaltender of the year category.

# 2008–09 Mike Murphy, Belleville Bulls
# 2007–08 Mike Murphy, Belleville Bulls
# 2006–07 Steve Mason, London Knights
# 2005–06 Adam Dennis, London Knights
# 2004–05 Michael Ouzas, Mississauga IceDogs
# 2003–04 Paulo Colaiacovo, Barrie Colts
# 2002–03 Andy Chiodo Toronto St. Michael's Majors
# 2001–02 Ray Emery, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
# 2000–01 Craig Anderson, Guelph Storm
# 1999–2000 Andrew Raycroft, Kingston Frontenacs
# 1998–99 Brian Finley, Barrie Colts
# 1997–98 Bujar Amidovski, Toronto St. Michael's Majors
# 1996–97 Zac Bierk, Peterborough Petes
# 1995–96 Craig Hillier, Ottawa 67's
# 1994–95 Tyler Moss, Kingston Frontenacs
# 1993–94 Jamie Storr, Owen Sound Platers
# 1992–93 Manny Legace, Niagara Falls Thunder

and if he goes on to win the CHL goaltender of the year, he joins an even more impressive group.

# 2009–10 Jake Allen, Drummondville Voltigeurs
# 2008–09 Mike Murphy, Belleville Bulls
# 2007–08 Chet Pickard, Tri-City Americans
# 2006–07 Carey Price, Tri-City Americans
# 2005–06 Justin Pogge, Calgary Hitmen
# 2004–05 Jeff Glass, Kootenay Ice
# 2003–04 Cam Ward, Red Deer Rebels
# 2002–03 Adam Russo, Acadie-Bathurst Titan
# 2001–02 Ray Emery, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
# 2000–01 Dan Blackburn, Kootenay Ice
# 1999–00 Andrew Raycroft, Kingston Frontenacs
# 1998–99 Cody Rudkowsky, Seattle Thunderbirds
# 1997–98 Mathieu Garon, Chicoutimi Saguenéens
# 1996–97 Marc Denis, Chicoutimi Saguenéens
# 1995–96 Frederic Deschenes, Granby Prédateurs
# 1994–95 Martin Biron, Beauport Harfangs
# 1993–94 Norm Maracle, Saskatoon Blades
# 1992–93 Jocelyn Thibault, Sherbrooke Faucons

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Did they ever. It seemed like at the draft, nobody knew who he was. Now his name should be a bit more popular, I would imagine.

He joins a solid group of current NHL goaltenders in the OHL Goaltender of the year category.

# 1996–97 Zac Bierk, Peterborough


What a blast from the past.

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What a blast from the past.
seriously, brings you back

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Did they ever. It seemed like at the draft, nobody knew who he was. Now his name should be a bit more popular, I would imagine.

He joins a solid group of current NHL goaltenders in the OHL Goaltender of the year category.

# 2008–09 Mike Murphy, Belleville Bulls
# 2007–08 Mike Murphy, Belleville Bulls
# 2006–07 Steve Mason, London Knights
# 2005–06 Adam Dennis, London Knights
# 2004–05 Michael Ouzas, Mississauga IceDogs
# 2003–04 Paulo Colaiacovo, Barrie Colts
# 2002–03 Andy Chiodo Toronto St. Michael's Majors
# 2001–02 Ray Emery, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
# 2000–01 Craig Anderson, Guelph Storm
# 1999–2000 Andrew Raycroft, Kingston Frontenacs
# 1998–99 Brian Finley, Barrie Colts
# 1997–98 Bujar Amidovski, Toronto St. Michael's Majors
# 1996–97 Zac Bierk, Peterborough Petes
# 1995–96 Craig Hillier, Ottawa 67's
# 1994–95 Tyler Moss, Kingston Frontenacs
# 1993–94 Jamie Storr, Owen Sound Platers
# 1992–93 Manny Legace, Niagara Falls Thunder
Man, that is bleak. Given that company, it looks like Mark Vistentin has a bright future ahead of him as a flash in the pan, followed by a frustrating, underwhelming few years before he settles a has-been backup somewhere.

I'm mostly kidding. Mostly.

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04-28-2011, 10:09 PM
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I'm mostly kidding. Mostly.
I don't think anyone on that list is wired quite like Visentin. He's a rare, yeoman professional type. His attitude reminds me of Doan, actually. Just the right amount of cockiness and a willingness to learn. I think having him work with Sean Burke will make all the difference.

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04-28-2011, 11:18 PM
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Geesh...I hope he's better than those guys!

That said, where do all the high profile goalies come out of? WHL or the Q?

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I had to look it up...
WHL Top Goalie
WinnersSeason Player Team
2009-10 Martin Jones Calgary Hitmen
2008-09 Chet Pickard Tri-City Americans
2007–08 Chet Pickard Tri-City Americans
2006–07 Carey Price Tri-City Americans
2005–06 Justin Pogge Calgary Hitmen
2004–05 Jeff Glass Kootenay Ice
2003–04 Cam Ward Red Deer Rebels
2002–03 Josh Harding Regina Pats
2001–02 Cam Ward Red Deer Rebels
2000–01 Dan Blackburn Kootenay Ice

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Here is the Q's version of top goalies, which is the Jacue Plante lowest GAA trophy

SAISON / SEASON GAGNANT / WINNER ÉQUIPE / TEAM MOY. / GAA.
2009-10 Allen, Jake Drummondville (Mtl) 2,20
2008-09 Riopel, Nicola Moncton 2,01
2007-08 Nadeau, Bobby Chicoutimi 2,63
2006-07 Pavelec, Ondrej Cape Breton 2,52
2005-06 Pavelec, Ondrej Cape Breton 2,51
2003-04 Houle, Martin Cape Breton 2,32
2002-03 Russo, Adam Acadie-Bathurst 2,41
2001-02 Michaud, Olivier Shawinigan 2,45
2000-01 Cloutier, Frédéric Shawinigan 2,50
1999-00 Lajeunesse, Simon Moncton 2,61
1998-99 Ouellet, Maxime Québec 2,70
1997-98 Garon, Mathieu Victoriaville 2,68
1996-97 Denis, Marc Chicoutimi 2,69
1995-96 Deschênes, Frédéric Granby 2,63
1994-95 Biron, Martin Beauport 2,48
1993-94 DeRouville, Phillippe Verdun 3,06
1992-93 Thibault, Jocelyn Sherbrooke 2,99
1991-92 Labbé, Jean-François Trois-Rivières 3,10

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Again, Geesh...I guess Cam Ward and Carey Price are the tops on the list. Hopefully Visentin can make it a trio :-)

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Did they ever. It seemed like at the draft, nobody knew who he was. Now his name should be a bit more popular, I would imagine.

He joins a solid group of current NHL goaltenders in the OHL Goaltender of the year category.

# 2008–09 Mike Murphy, Belleville Bulls
# 2007–08 Mike Murphy, Belleville Bulls
# 2006–07 Steve Mason, London Knights
# 2005–06 Adam Dennis, London Knights
# 2004–05 Michael Ouzas, Mississauga IceDogs
# 2003–04 Paulo Colaiacovo, Barrie Colts
# 2002–03 Andy Chiodo Toronto St. Michael's Majors
# 2001–02 Ray Emery, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
# 2000–01 Craig Anderson, Guelph Storm
# 1999–2000 Andrew Raycroft, Kingston Frontenacs
# 1998–99 Brian Finley, Barrie Colts
# 1997–98 Bujar Amidovski, Toronto St. Michael's Majors
# 1996–97 Zac Bierk, Peterborough Petes
# 1995–96 Craig Hillier, Ottawa 67's
# 1994–95 Tyler Moss, Kingston Frontenacs
# 1993–94 Jamie Storr, Owen Sound Platers
# 1992–93 Manny Legace, Niagara Falls Thunder
Let's not forget that we currently have Ouzas also.

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I was like Ouzas? We have him? I looked to see hes buried with the Wranglers. So yea...lol I guess we do.

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Currently reading a book called "The Art of Scouting" by Shane Malloy.

Interesting story about the 2009 draft. LA knew Phoenix absolutely loved Ekman Larsson and one of their scouts who frequently ran into Keith Gretzky in his travels pulled a prank by telling Keith they were going to take Ekman Larsson at 5 (Phoenix drafted 6th) just to see Gretzky's reaction.

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And what was his reaction?

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And what was his reaction?
If I posted it the sensors would block it. Let's just say it involved an expletive.

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If anyone is interested, we have a mock draft and we only need a few more teams to start. Phoenix is open http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=914051

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I see Justin Weller signed as well as Szwarz and Domingue according to capgeek.

http://www.capgeek.com/players/display.php?id=2061

Definitely a project like Brodeur - hopefully we're developing our development system so some of these projects turn into legit projects.

Edit: Here's the PR

http://coyotes.nhl.com/club/news.htm...id=DL|PHX|home

Early speculation is that Wellar could be back in Red Deer for his 20 year old season. The organizational depth on the blue line will definitely play a factor.

http://gdrinnan.blogspot.com/


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I don't know if it has been posted here, I didn't see it.

Ahnelov signed with MoDo
http://www.modohockey.se/nyheter.cfm?nyhet=6014&rows=5

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Visentin and Domingue are attending big Hockey Canada development goalie camp...yep things are slow.

http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php...70472/la_id/1/

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does anyone know if A.Picard will be re-signed or not?

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I don't know if it has been posted here, I didn't see it.

Ahnelov signed with MoDo
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over on the SA thread...

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Bloodoff Released

http://forecaster.thehockeynews.com/.../movements.cgi

Well, Bloodoff wasn't signed and is now a UFA. No major loss. That leaves only Brown, Darling, Bennett, Lee, and the 4 Europeans as the unsigned "In The System" prospects. Looks like DM is amping up on building a grow your own system. Let the guys mature slowly in the AHL and use only the best in the NHL. Similar to how Detroit has been doing things for a long time. Now if our scouting keeps improving.....

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I feel Domingue is the future goaltender of this club, its just something about his demeanor that I like more than Visentin. I think once Bryzgalov is finish, Domingue will take over.

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