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2012 Draft | #15 | Cody Ceci, D, Ottawa 67s

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06-23-2012, 09:02 AM
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Hopefully both Wiercoch and Ceci develop good next season
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at the start of 13/14 season, homegrown baby!
I prefer Claesson over Gryba.

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06-23-2012, 09:37 AM
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Claesson is a left handed player though is he not?

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Since he is born in late december, does that mean he is eligible for the next 2 world junior championships?

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I have said this before Ceci was drafted but I think the drafting of Ceci Rd is perfect timing which they expect should be NHL ready after another yr in junior & just when Gonchar RD retires or moves on. From what I have seen of Ceci & based on what is written about him with his size he is pretty close to NHL ready now & could compete for a roster spot this fall. While I think he will be returned to junior along with Prince it's next season when I think he challenges for a roster spot.

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06-23-2012, 10:30 AM
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So awesome 67s games are at SBP now. Gonna see a lot of this guy next year!

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I have said this before Ceci was drafted but I think the drafting of Ceci Rd is perfect timing which they expect should be NHL ready after another yr in junior & just when Gonchar RD retires or moves on. From what I have seen of Ceci & based on what is written about him with his size he is pretty close to NHL ready now & could compete for a roster spot this fall. While I think he will be returned to junior along with Prince it's next season when I think he challenges for a roster spot.
Prince is no longer Junior eligible I think. He'd be in Bingo or Elmira next season.

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Since he is born in late december, does that mean he is eligible for the next 2 world junior championships?
Next year is his last chance.

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06-23-2012, 10:34 AM
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Claesson is a left handed player though is he not?
Right Handed

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Prince is no longer Junior eligible I think. He'd be in Bingo or Elmira next season.
Prince is eligible for either, similar to Ryan Martindale was this year (who ended up not going back to junior).

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Prince doesn't have anything left to learn in junior unlike Martindale who IMO should have been back with the 67s.

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Prince is eligible for either, similar to Ryan Martindale was this year (who ended up not going back to junior).
Alright, I got the impression from some 67's staff that Prince was no longer eligible/would not be back.

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The thing is that Prince is so much better than Martindale. He's more AHL ready than Martindale.

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The thing is that Prince is so much better than Martindale. He's more AHL ready than Martindale.
Exactly. Martindale ALWAYS had consistency and motivation issues. All the talent in the world but he took A LOT of shifts off. Like I said earlier, he should have been back with the 67s to work on consistency.

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The thing is that Prince is so much better than Martindale. He's more AHL ready than Martindale.
I only used Martindale as a relatively known guy around here that carried the same eligibility status as Prince will this year.

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06-23-2012, 01:32 PM
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hes got the potential to play w/ the sens this year, IMO. depends on him beating out wiercioch in dev camp, + what happens FA wise on our backend.
Why in hell would you do that?

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Right Handed
I don't know which hand he writes with but Freddie Claesson shoots left.

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Why in hell would you do that?
We're not afraid of developing d-men in the NHL. That's what we did with Karlsson and it turned out fine.

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We're not afraid of developing d-men in the NHL. That's what we did with Karlsson and it turned out fine.
Different scenarios. Ceci won't have the AHL option like Karlsson did. While I agree that Ceci can push for a roster spot, he's best left in junior one more year before making the jump to pro when we will be able to send him to Bingo for stretches if need be.

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Different scenarios. Ceci won't have the AHL option like Karlsson did. While I agree that Ceci can push for a roster spot, he's best left in junior one more year before making the jump to pro when we will be able to send him to Bingo for stretches if need be.
This and it gives the 67s a chance to market the heck out of him to draw people to SBP. If Prince was to play one more year, I'd imagine the entire marketing campaign would be around those two.

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I'm sure the organization will give him a chance to make the team.

It's no secret we have a hole that hasn't been filled at RD on the third pairing. If he has a huge camp, he could definitely start the year with the team.

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Ceci has NHL ready size, skating, and shot. I'd like to see him back with the 67s though to work on his physicality which is something he mentioned he wants to work on. It'll be easier adding that edge against kids rather then men imo, he'll gain confidence in the O using his body since he's bigger then most of the players in the league.

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He needs the Cowen esque development path. Meaning 1 more ohl season


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This and it gives the 67s a chance to market the heck out of him to draw people to SBP. If Prince was to play one more year, I'd imagine the entire marketing campaign would be around those two.
Hockey ops won't make a decision based on 67's marketing material lol what are you smoking

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if a player comes back to the CHL for an overage year, he generally isnt considered a great prospect. by 20 years old, if you've been picked by a team they're generally going to want you in their pro system somewhere, coached and trained by our own people, rather than keep him in the CHL competing sometimes against 16 year olds.

i would be shocked if prince is back with the 67s this year, and if he is, its a sign the sens are down on him. i think there's a good chance ceci is still with the 67s because he's probably a lock for the WJC, he's a local kid, and he'll be playing in the same building so we can keep a really close eye on him.

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