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10-01-2011, 05:33 AM
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Alexander Wennberg
Oskar Bergkvist

Two more players who might be in the mix in 2013.

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10-01-2011, 10:15 AM
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Alexander Wennberg
Oskar Bergkvist

Two more players who might be in the mix in 2013.
Djurgĺrdens j18-team looks scary good this year. 2013 could be a crazy draft for Djurgĺrden with Arnarsson, Liljendahl, Garpenlöv, Wennberg, Bergkvist and so on.

However the draft eligble guys this year Mattias Kalin and Fredric Anderberg needs to grab a important role for the j-20 team and put up points to be considered for a draft is my guess. Kalin had a great Ivan Hlinka but he got a lot to prove.
Viktor Liljegren should be interesting with that package of size, grit and skating, but he would hardly be drafted out of the j-18 league, he needs to play some in Superelit or the national team to have a chance.

Pontus Ĺberg is of course the best of the bunch.

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10-01-2011, 10:49 AM
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16 year old Sean Monahan now has 7 points in 3 games and is 8th in the early scoring leaders in the OHL.

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10-01-2011, 05:00 PM
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Just putting some Danish names out there. These guys has the best chance of becoming the next Danish draftees:

Sonny Hertzberg
Mads Eller
Mathias Asperup
And perhaps André Pison Stćrmose

The last three did a great job playing against men in the very weak danish second tier play-off. Asperup had 12 point in 13 games. Mads Eller is the brother of NHL'er Lars Eller. Hertzberg is from Herning(Frans Nielsen, Peter Regin, Nicklas Jensen) and the other three is from Rodovre(Jannik Hansen, Lars Eller, Mikkel Boedker)

If just one of these gets drafted it would be great

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10-01-2011, 05:06 PM
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Just putting some Danish names out there. These guys has the best chance of becoming the next Danish draftees:

Sonny Hertzberg
Mads Eller
Mathias Asperup
And perhaps André Pison Stćrmose

The last three did a great job playing against men in the very weak danish second tier play-off. Asperup had 12 point in 13 games. Mads Eller is the brother of NHL'er Lars Eller. Hertzberg is from Herning(Frans Nielsen, Peter Regin, Nicklas Jensen) and the other three is from Rodovre(Jannik Hansen, Lars Eller, Mikkel Boedker)

If just one of these gets drafted it would be great
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10-01-2011, 05:08 PM
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Mads Eller has started this season pretty good statwise in the j-18 league on ppg. Norwegian 1995-born Markus Söberg has on the other hand exploded out of the gates. 13 points (8 out of them goals) in 4 games. Over 3 ppg, that's one impressive start of the season.

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10-01-2011, 10:21 PM
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Sean Monahan had 3 more points tonight against Saginaw. He's scoring over 2 ppg so far early on. Very impressive.

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10-02-2011, 03:22 AM
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Mads Eller has started this season pretty good statwise in the j-18 league on ppg. Norwegian 1995-born Markus Söberg has on the other hand exploded out of the gates. 13 points (8 out of them goals) in 4 games. Over 3 ppg, that's one impressive start of the season.
Too bad Modo couldn't get along with Söberg, or if it was the other way around =(

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10-02-2011, 09:01 AM
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Too bad Modo couldn't get along with Söberg, or if it was the other way around =(
It had something to do with school, he had to go home to finish middle school/junior high in Norway. I also think that he was a bit homesick and Frřlunda was a better fit because its closer to home than Řrnskoldsvik.

Either way he is extremely talented and if he keeps it up he should be Norways first 1st. rounder ever. He scored again today and now has 4 points in 5 games for the J-20 Team in addition to his 13 p in 4 games for the J-18 Team.

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10-02-2011, 09:41 AM
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I know a lot can change in the next year and a half/2 years, but this draft looks sick.

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10-02-2011, 09:44 AM
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A few names to keep an eye on from Slovakia

Marko Daňo http://eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=94946 There´s no doubt that he is way ahead of all the other Slovak 2013 eligible kids right now. He was the 2nd youngest forward after only Marián Gáborík to play the Slovak top league last year and didn´t look lost at all. He started this season with the men´s team and though he "only" plays 4th line, Dukla Trenčín´s 4th line is not by any means a checking line and they get some nice minutes and create some pretty good offense. Eliteprospects currently lists him at 2G+1A in 6 games. He scored his two goals in one game in 79 seconds. Sadly I can´t find any youtube video of those, but here at least a short segment from a TV sports news about him, where you can see a few of his moves against Ziggy Pálffy´s Skalica:



The Prince George Cougars took a chance on him in the last import draft and they will get rewarded for that in the 2011/2012 season as he´s planning to go overseas then and he will have a chance to make his name more known in NA. Before the season I had some doubts, but now I can´t see how the U20 NT coach could omit him from the WJC team especially since there are few notable forward eligible this year (even compared to the D-men that we have available).

Martin Reway http://eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=94282
There´s no denying the talent of this kid, but there´s a bunch of issues. First of all not sure whether I can even out him under Slovakia as he is also eligible to play for the Czech republic and though he has played for Slovakia so far he was considering switching sides. Hi size also might be a concern and there have been some concerns about his lifestyle as well. Last year he slpit time in the Slovak U18 and U20 league, but he has returned to the Czech republic for this season, where he plays for Sparta Praha. Sadly so far he only get a shot with the U18 team despite getting 23 points in 8 games. One has to wonder whether that does anything for his development.

TomᚠTorok
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He´s currently a bit off radar since he hasn´t played this season at all probably due to an injury. Last season he managed quiet well in the Czech U18 league and has been one of the leaders of the Slovak 1995 NT for years. He came back to Slovakia before this season, where he will play for Hkm Zvolen´s U20 team. I don´t know anything about his injury, but if he were healthy considering his size it would be no shock if he even got to see some ice-time with the men´s team for a few games if he did well in juniors. Too many ifs in that sentence though.

Matej Paulovič
http://eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=93903
First Slovak major prospect that has choosen the Sweden route, having signed with Färjestad in the off-season. He should split time between their J18 and J20 squads, but hasn´t played any games this season as he was taking care of school back home.

Dávid Šoltés
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Playing for the Slovak junior/youth hockey powerhouse HC Košice he leads the 1995 born forward in U20 league scoring and is 6th overall in league scoring.

Martin Boboš
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Another huge D-man from HC Košice. Will he follow in the footsteps of Košice´s othe rproducts Martin Marinčin and Martin Gernát?

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10-02-2011, 09:56 AM
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Matej Paulovič
http://eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=93903
First Slovak major prospect that has choosen the Sweden route, having signed with Färjestad in the off-season. He should split time between their J18 and J20 squads, but hasn´t played any games this season as he was taking care of school back home.

Played on the first line today with Färjestad's J20 team.

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10-05-2011, 12:16 PM
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I was looking for this thread to list some of the slovaks but it seems slovakiasnextone beat me to it Anyway this looks like a good year for us and hopefully some other players will step up too. Who knows maybe even a goalie will be drafted after years of drought.

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10-05-2011, 12:41 PM
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Made a comment on Twitter this morning that the WHL is going to have a strong defenceman draft in 2012, but it looks like the forwards will be the strength in 2013.

Lazar, Klimchuk, Shinkaruk, Forsberg etc etc.

Very impressive group.

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10-05-2011, 04:09 PM
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Made a comment on Twitter this morning that the WHL is going to have a strong defenceman draft in 2012, but it looks like the forwards will be the strength in 2013.

Lazar, Klimchuk, Shinkaruk, Forsberg etc etc.

Very impressive group.
Should be a really strong year for the WHL overall.

I actually came away more impressed with some of the massive defencemen from out west last spring at the Canada Games.

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Made a comment on Twitter this morning that the WHL is going to have a strong defenceman draft in 2012, but it looks like the forwards will be the strength in 2013.

Lazar, Klimchuk, Shinkaruk, Forsberg etc etc.

Very impressive group.
You forgot Rankin.

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You forgot Rankin.
No I didn't. He's part of the etc etc.

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What's the deal with this kid Ben Harpur on Guelph? The name caught my attention initially, but then I see that he's so-far got 3 points in 2 games and early-on is tied for first in OHL rookie scoring amongst D (with the equally awesome-named Warren Steele).

Aside from the awesome name, he's '13 eligible and he's already 6'4 180.

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Barkov shouldn't have his ET Stats... Use this

http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=50044

Use either his U20 or SM-Liiga statistics.

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Made a comment on Twitter this morning that the WHL is going to have a strong defenceman draft in 2012, but it looks like the forwards will be the strength in 2013.

Lazar, Klimchuk, Shinkaruk, Forsberg etc etc.

Very impressive group.
I like the WHL dmen for 2013 just as much as the forwards.

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For those of you who have seen Monahan play, would a fair comparison for him be Sean Couturier?

Also, who has a higher ceiling, Pulock or Roy?

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For those of you who have seen Monahan play, would a fair comparison for him be Sean Couturier?

Also, who has a higher ceiling, Pulock or Roy?

Monahan isn't nearly as big as Couturier (although he's already 6'2 and just 16, so you never know how tall he'll get) and I believe Monahan is more dangerous in the offensive zone. He has a lot more in his bag of tricks then Couturier.

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For those of you who have seen Monahan play, would a fair comparison for him be Sean Couturier?

Also, who has a higher ceiling, Pulock or Roy?
Roy seems to have an offensive dimension that will help his stock, but I like the way Pulock plays will poise, he knows when to turn it up and knows when to calm things down. I guess it will come down to what kind of taste one would have in defenseman. It's a real luxary for Brandon to have 2 Dman that good with late '94s birthdays.

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Made a comment on Twitter this morning that the WHL is going to have a strong defenceman draft in 2012, but it looks like the forwards will be the strength in 2013.

Lazar, Klimchuk, Shinkaruk, Forsberg etc etc.

Very impressive group.
2013 looks to be a real coming out party for the WHL, some serious set of hands in that batch.

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Anyone want to take a crack at a top 10 list? I realize it is far away and a lot is going to change. I'm just curious what people think right now.

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