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01-03-2012, 05:41 PM
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2013 NHL Draft Eligible

Hi Folks,

I was just looking to start a thread to get a better idea of which players may sneak into the NHL draft next year from the Q. Any information regarding the prospects listed below would be interesting. I get to watch most Halifax games, but there are some prospects I haven't seen yet. Would be a good place to track progress....

The list below is stats to date for most 2013 NHL eligible players. The column in the far left is where they were taken in the Q draft last season. An asterisk indicates they were drafted in 2010 (or in the Import draft).

Please DO NOT post regarding Nathan Mackinnon, as it has already been established he is a blue-chip prospect. I am more interested in the others.

Doesn't translate great from excel. The columns are as follows:

Drafted/Name/Position/Team/Ht/Wt/GP/G/A/P/PIM/+/-/Hometown

All information was taken from hockeydb.com. Enjoy!

62 Michael Lyle LW ACA 6'0 169 14 1 1 2 2 -1 North Sydney NS
41* Thomas Gobeil RW BAC 5'11 197 28 3 1 4 16 -2 St. Hubert PQ
46 Alexandre Ranger RW BAC 5'9 173 29 2 2 4 18 -5 Chateauguay PQ
49* Marc-Olivier Roy LW BLA 5'11 160 34 9 10 19 10 11 Ste-Foy PQ
63* Aaron Hoyles D BLA 5'10 188 29 0 3 3 60 -5 Halifax NS
61* William Carrier C CAP 6'0 204 38 12 22 36 47 -7 Lasalle PQ
12 Jean-Simon Deslauriers D CAP 5'10 155 18 1 2 3 0 2 Trois Rivieres PQ
6 Jeremy Gregoire LW CHI 6'0 191 36 7 9 16 27 -12 Sherbrooke PQ
60 Simon Tremblay LW CHI 6'1 189 37 6 4 10 26 -1 Amos PQ
96 Mickael Beauregard D CHI 6'3 172 18 1 1 2 5 3 St. Jerome PQ
58 Nikolas Brouillard D DRU 5'10 147 35 2 16 18 18 1 St. Hilaire PQ
38 Emile Poirier LW GAT 6'1 175 38 7 13 20 27 -11 Montreal PQ
26* Raphael Lafontaine C GAT 5'9 161 39 7 12 19 14 -4 Gatineau PQ
1 Nathan Mackinnon C HAL 5'11 179 31 19 30 49 24 11 Halifax NS
2 Jonathan Drouin LW HAL 5'9 153 4 0 3 3 0 -1 Dollard des-Ormeaux PQ
13 Brandon Shea C MON 6'2 200 40 2 7 9 22 -18 Marshfield MA
33 Yan-Pavel Laplante C PEI 6'0 172 33 5 9 14 11 -13 Chateauguay PQ
9 Ryan Graves D PEI 6'4 207 35 2 3 5 10 -11 Yarmouth NS
135 Deverick Ottereyes LW PEI 6'1 179 26 0 2 2 12 -5 Val d'Or PQ
66 Kelly Bent C PEI 6'0 174 16 0 0 0 25 -3 Halifax NS
41 Anthony Duclair LW QUE 5'11 159 37 17 19 36 30 31 Montreal PQ
22 Adam Erne RW QUE 6'0 205 39 17 18 35 14 7 New Haven CT
20* Nick Sorensen RW QUE 6'0 154 8 5 4 9 2 9 Sweden
24 Kurt Etchegary LW QUE 5'11 172 32 3 5 8 20 -7 St. John's NFLD
63 Mathieu Boily D QUE 6'5 214 11 0 0 0 9 0 Montreal PQ
3 Guillaume Gauthier LW RIM 5'9 170 30 3 3 6 6 2 St. Marthe-sur-le-la PQ
7 Samuel Morin D RIM 6'5 184 38 0 3 3 39 -8 St. Henri PQ
77* Mathieu Lemay RW RYN 5'11 165 30 9 4 13 10 -13 Hawkesbury ONT
4 Justin Guenette D RYN 5'11 176 24 0 3 3 8 -1 St. Agathe PQ
19 Oliver Cooper LW STJ 6'2 191 38 8 11 19 37 6 Fredericton NB
99 Stephen Anderson LW STJ 5'9 201 23 5 9 14 6 9 Charlottetown PEI
n/a Kraig Pasher RW STJ 5'10 180 5 1 1 2 0 0 Sydney NS
n/a Mackenzie Brown RW STJ 5'9 158 11 1 0 1 0 -3 Perth-Andover NB
23 Bronson Beaton RW SHA 6'0 180 23 1 0 1 4 -9 Spinghill NS
76* Anthony Mantha LW VDO 6'3 178 36 3 8 11 14 -10 Longueuil PQ
5 Matt Murphy D VDO 6'1 185 36 1 4 5 16 -8 Fredericton NB
59* Jonathan-Ismael Diaby D VIC 6'3 221 22 1 4 5 46 3 Quebec PQ
14 Tommy Veilleux LW VIC 5'11 183 17 1 1 2 36 -3 St. Odilon PQ

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Hyka is going to go in next year's draft.

I wouldn't surprised if Philly traded up to get him back.

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Marc-Olivier Roy is a very smart player that seems to have great hockey sense. He has great speed and uses it to his advantage. He was an afterthought at the beginning of the season but has made his mark as a legit QMJHL player through the first half of the season. He is responsible defensively and has some good skills offensively. NHL draft? He needs to get stronger, but if he has a strong sophomore season, could see him getting picked in the later rounds.

Aaron Hoyles is an agressive defenseman that should receive more ice time in the 2nd half with Narbonne leaving for Shawinigan. He gets in a fight basically everytime he is dressed, and likes to dish out as much hits as possible. Hopefully he grows past 5'10, as he could be a feared player in this league. Needs to get better defensively, and offensively he doesn't have much going for him. Decent skating ability and breakout pass. Let's see how he does in the 2nd half.

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Here are stats from the U17 World Hockey Tournament - anyone catch any of the action or have information regarding style of play, potential?

Team Atlantic:
Nathan Mackinnon 1g 3a
Ryan Graves
Kelly Bent 1a
Oliver Cooper 2g
Bronson Beaton 2g 1a
Matt Murphy 1g 1a
Michael Lyle 1g 2a

Team Quebec:
Alexandre Ranger 2g
Jeremy Gregoire 1g 3a
Nikolas Brouillard 1a
Raphael Lafontaine
Jonathan Drouin 2g 3a
Yan-Pavel Laplante 5g 2a
Anthony Duclair 1a
Mathieu Boily 1a
Guillaume Gauthier 1a
Samuel Morin 1a
Justin Guenette
Tommy Veilleux

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I should get a chance to see Yan-Pavel Laplante and Ryan Graves tomorrow when Halifax plays PEI. Seems like Laplante had a rather good tournament, anyone in PEI have anything to add on these guys?

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I should get a chance to see Yan-Pavel Laplante and Ryan Graves tomorrow when Halifax plays PEI. Seems like Laplante had a rather good tournament, anyone in PEI have anything to add on these guys?
Laplante has been really good for a 16 y/o. He hasn't put up a ton of points but is very comfortable on the ice. I think the low points is due to not having had consistent line mates. I think after the trade period is done he'll be on the first or second lines and put up a decent amount of points.
Graves has also played well but still seems uncomfortable playing in the Q. He makes good plays when he has room but seems to panic in tight. It almost seems as if he just gets rid of the puck when he's going to get hit but doesn't really care where it goes. This makes it seem as if he's not playing well but I'm surprised with his play.

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From the Halifax/PEI game last night I got to see a few of these players in action:

Laplante had a pretty good game for PEI - as was mentioned in the post above he seems very comfortable. He skated on the top line with Ben Duffy and Matej Beran (2012 eligible) and did not look out of place. His skating looked good and he had a nice assist on a goal by Duffy. Aside from a few weak dump attempts/passes he looks like he could be a good player for them for a couple years. He also did not shy away from being physical on the forecheck.

The assessment above on Graves seemed pretty accurate. He is a big kid but it looks like he may take a bit more to develop. Didn't get a huge amount of ice and when he did, he did not look overly comfortable with the puck. Skating seemed a little awkward (he could still be growing at 6'4). If he can adjust next year and use his size he could turn into a decent shut-down guy. Didn't look great last night, albeit just one game.

Jonathan Drouin looks good for Halifax. Playing on the top line with Marty Frk (2012) and Nathan Mackinnon (2013) helps, but he has adapted extremely well in a short period of time. He is quick on his feet and quick to make decisions with the puck. Despite his lack of size he doesn't steer clear of the corners. Probably missed three great back-door scoring chances unfortunately, and ended the night with one assist where it could have easily been a few goals.

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From the Halifax/PEI game last night I got to see a few of these players in action:

Laplante had a pretty good game for PEI - as was mentioned in the post above he seems very comfortable. He skated on the top line with Ben Duffy and Matej Beran (2012 eligible) and did not look out of place. His skating looked good and he had a nice assist on a goal by Duffy. Aside from a few weak dump attempts/passes he looks like he could be a good player for them for a couple years. He also did not shy away from being physical on the forecheck.
Laplante started the game on the second line, but moved up to the first line with Duffy and Jessyko Bernard in the second period. I think Beran got injured in the second.

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