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06-23-2012, 11:44 AM
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Judd Peterson, Right Wing/Center – 204th Overall, 2012

http://www.nhl.com/ice/draftprospect...htm?dpid=65646

http://www.mnhockeyhub.com/roster_players/657973




Bill Placzek (DraftSite)

"A big man who skates extremely well and has excellent acceleration for a kid his size. Far from ready, he needs to be more
aggressisve, smarter with the puck, and add more shot development."


Kevin Devine (Buffalo Sabres)

"Peterson is another result of our combine, which he looked good at. We’ve got a scout right in his hometown that speaks very highly of
him. He put up big numbers, now he’s got three or four years to develop at St. Cloud."




Pre-Draft News Articles

Prep hockey points leader Peterson's stock rising (Star Tribune)

Northland Prospects — Judd Peterson (Hockey State of Mind)

Judd Peterson Duluth Marshall (USHSHO)

Judd Peterson Selects St. Cloud State (MN HP)

Prep Newsmaker: At Marshall, Peterson's perseverance pays off (Duluth News Tribune)

2012 USHL Entry Draft Selections (USHL)

SCSU hockey recruit Judd Peterson could go on 2nd day at NHL Draft (SC Times)


Post-Draft News Articles

A complete rundown of Buffalo's work on Day Two of the 2012 Entry Draft (Sabres.com)

Wild searching for 'hits' on Day 2 of NHL draft (FS North)

SCSU recruit Judd Peterson taken in 7th round of NHL Draft by Buffalo Sabres (SC Times)

RoughRiders’ Peterson taken by Sabres in NHL Draft (The Gazette)

Hockey Notebook: Buffalo selection Peterson begins new journey (Black Woods Sports)


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at 5'11" he is the runt of the litter.

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I'm not expecting a 7th rounder to pan out, but it's nice to see they added a skilled winger. They stocked up enough on size in every other position that they could afford to roll the dice on a smallish RW.

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I'm not expecting a 7th rounder to pan out, but it's nice to see they added a skilled winger. They stocked up enough on size in every other position that they could afford to roll the dice on a smallish RW.
6' 200 Lbs, I wouldnt exactly call that small.

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Like the generic HS pick

Welcome to the Buffalo Sabres JUDD PETERSON

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Looked this kid up on facebook, we have two mutual friends haha

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St. Cloud State recruit; Sabres.com also says he's 6.01:
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With their final pick of the draft at 204th overall (acquired in the Steve Montador deal last June), Buffalo went with Minnesota high school sniper Judd Peterson. The six-foot-one Peterson, who is already committed to St. Cloud State, had 83 points (47+36) in 30 games for Duluth-Marshall last season.

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6' 200 Lbs, I wouldnt exactly call that small.
Yeah, I've been seeing different stats on him. If he's over six and 200 points then he's a tank.

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Everything I am reading says 6'0 and 185-190

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At least he has a cool first name!

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Peterson's OP semi-updated with what's available:
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Pre-Draft News Articles

Prep hockey points leader Peterson's stock rising (Star Tribune)

Northland Prospects — Judd Peterson (Hockey State of Mind)

Judd Peterson Duluth Marshall (USHSHO)

Judd Peterson Selects St. Cloud State (MN HP)

Prep Newsmaker: At Marshall, Peterson's perseverance pays off (Duluth News Tribune)

SCSU hockey recruit Judd Peterson could go on 2nd day at NHL Draft (SC Times)


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Just like the Navin pick, worth the flier in the 7th round

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He was the number 2 pick of the second round by Cedar Rapids in the USHL and will spend a year there before coming to St. Cloud.

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I like these flyer picks in the 7th round on lesser known (potentially underdeveloped at this point) skilled guys, similar to Navin last year.

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He was the number 2 pick of the second round by Cedar Rapids in the USHL and will spend a year there before coming to St. Cloud.
Good to know, thanks for the update. That path often seems best for guys hitting the NCAA ranks, seems like a good idea from here.

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Just like the Navin pick, worth the flier in the 7th round
I think Navin closes the upcoming season as a top 10-12 prospect for Buffalo. I reserve judgement on JP.

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I think Navin closes the upcoming season as a top 10-12 prospect for Buffalo. I reserve judgement on JP.
I hope so. I really, really liked his game at the prospect camp last year. Once he gets more minutes in Wisconsin, I could see him really flourishing.

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I like these flyer picks in the 7th round on lesser known (potentially underdeveloped at this point) skilled guys, similar to Navin last year.
Agreed completely. Love the 7th round high school kid picks.

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I think Navin closes the upcoming season as a top 10-12 prospect for Buffalo. I reserve judgement on JP.
That could be but there is a lot of depth up top so, unless the Sabres graduate a few guys and a couple others drop, I think he has a tall hill to climb to get that high.

The good news is he was regular last year on a young team so there's a chance that he can be a major contributor this year.

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Agreed completely. Love the 7th round high school kid picks.
Maybe but it's worth noting that not many of these guys have turned into contributors yet.

2005
Drafted Generous and Orpik in the 7th. Signed Generous for one year, Orpik never signed and neither are anything more than organizational players. Acquired Tim Kennedy in the 6th and at least got a decent season out of him.

2006
Drafted Biega in the 5th. Nice organizational player.

2007
Eidsness in the 5th and Eno and Drew MacKenzie in the 7th. Eno wasn't signed, Eidsness won't be and it's probably less than 50/50 on MacKenzie.

2008
Fienhage in the 3rd, Jokinen in the 4th, neither organizational contributors.

2009
Mark Adams in the 5th. Quixotic so far and too early to say one way or the other.

2010
Isackson in the 7th. Only played 11 games as a 20 yo freshman on a good team but... every other freshman forward on that Gophers team played 35+ games. Call me skeptical

2011
As mentioned, Navin played a lot on a young team straight out of a Wisconsin high school. Nice start to his career, IMO but we'll see.



My only point about these late round flyers is that they're still 7th rounders and they haven't exactly contributed to the organization so far.

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Good to take a flyer on this kid.

Loved the Star Tribune article.

Averaged almost three points a game, yet defensive minded first, blue collar, Jamie Langenbrunner type. Described as tireless, hard working marine like mental toughness. Nice.

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After playing just 16 games in the Fall Elite League with rather pedestrian results, Judd Peterson promptly lit the high school league on fire. Along the way he compiled three hat tricks, a four goal AND a five goal game, giving him 44 goals and 79 points for the season. Peterson committed to St. Cloud State, and there’s been talk that he may enter school this Fall because his development curve since November.

Talent Analysis: Peterson has a great set of wheels and a great shot, making him a threat to score on any shift. He has projectable size. Really took his game to another level after an injury-shortened Elite League showing.

Link: http://futureconsiderations.ca/minne...ed-for-scouts/

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07/09: Hockey Notebook: Buffalo selection Peterson begins new journey. <Black Woods Sports>
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The 6-0, 185-pound center and Mr. Hockey Award finalist led the Hilltoppers to the 2012 Minnesota Class A state tournament. With pro speed, a heavy shot and a big frame, Peterson has a bright future in junior, college and, possibly, in professional hockey.

“Buffalo flew me out there for a day prior to the draft, and they told me they were interested,” said Peterson, who led all Hilltoppers scorers with 47 goals and 83 points a year ago.

Peterson, 19, is participating in Buffalo’s prospect camp all this week.

“Buffalo drafting me makes me even more determined to reach my full potential as a player,” said Peterson, who will play for Cedar Rapids of the U.S. Hockey League this fall before likely beginning his college career at St. Cloud State in the fall of 2013. “But it’s one step at a time, juniors first, then college and we’ll see where it takes me. Getting bigger, stronger and quicker, while adjusting to the quicker pace and less space at the higher levels, is the key.”
Also, if anyone snags a high-res photo of him at our dev camp, let me know, as Peterson's OP is the only one without any cover art.

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