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06-12-2012, 03:22 PM
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2012-2013 Maritimes Division

Standings

1. Halifax
2. Moncton
3. PEI
4. Bathurst
5. Saint John
6. Cape Breton

Halifax Mooseheads

20s: Abeltshauser, Fournier, MacAulay
Euros: Abeltshauser, Frk

Drouin-Mackinnon-Frk
Ciampini-Boudreau-Ashley
Beauchemin-MacAulay-Fournier
Ryan-Andrews-Falkenham
Lindsay-Alcalde

Abeltshauser-Lewis
Duke-Murphy
Hardie-Weegar
Lovell-Bailey

Fucale
Clarke

Moncton Wildcats

20s: Narbonne, Saulnier, Saulnier
Euros: Barbashev, Jaskin

Barbashev-Danault-Jaskin
Veilleux-Saulnier-Saulnier
Tremaine-Penny-Lalonde
Johnston-Johnson-Garland
Batt-Haas

Racine-Narbonne
Emond-Melindy
Sweeney-Wood

Dubeau
Holowenko

PEI Rocket

20s: Currie, Duffy, Micallef
Euros: Beran, Pavelka

Duffy-Currie-Beran
Provencher-Laplante-Marcotte
Pépin-Robichaud-Bursey
Nevins-Ottereyes-Yetman
McGrath-Venne

Oligny-Vance
Micallef-Pavelka
Graves-Cortese
ChenierAllard-Laliberté

Bibeau
Lagacé

Acadie-Bathurst Titan

20s: Beaudry, Bissonnette, O'Brien
Euros: Zboril, Zdrahal

Bissonnette-O'Brien-Zdrahal
Brouillard-Beaudry-Lalancette
Walsh-Lafontaine-Pelletier
Zboril-Stevens-Kelly
Meredith

Houle-Godin
Girard-Delorme
Gingras-Dumontier
Gosselin-Côté

Brennan
McDonald

Saint John Sea Dogs

20s: Durepos, Saab, Villemaire
Euros: Izacky, Repe

Izacky-Villemaire-Anderson
Cooper-Cameron-Zilbert
Highmore-Smallman-Malone
Cuomo-Tsogkas-Brown
Dickinson-Donaghey

Durepos-Weckworth
Saab-Leblanc
Repe-Doucet
Duda-Abbott

Auger
Fournier

Cape Breton Screaming Eagles

20s: Culek, Oligny
Euros: Culek, Honzik

Carrier-Farrell-Culek
Clarke-Beaton-Milson
Murphy-Bishop-Corriveau
Légaré-Lyle-Simard
Moody-Marois

Woodworth-Leduc
Haché-Midensky
Oligny-Nicholson
Walsh-Hartley

Honzik
Bureau


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06-12-2012, 03:31 PM
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This is great info. Please if possible continue for the other divisions. Obviously, Halifax is looking great this year. I think they need to acquire a solid d man if they want to be clear front runners for the championship this year.

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06-12-2012, 04:50 PM
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Why would you be nervous of Bathurst goalies? Thought they ended up with a good draft of players?

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06-12-2012, 04:58 PM
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Why would you be nervous of Bathurst goalies? Thought they ended up with a good draft of players?
Because Brennan had a .863 save percentage last season and MacDonald is a 16- year old rookie...

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06-12-2012, 05:26 PM
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1.Halifax
2.Moncton
3.Bathurst
4.Cape Breton
5.PEI
6.Saint John

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1.Halifax
2.Moncton
3.Bathurst
4.Cape Breton
5.PEI
6.Saint John
I agree with you. I have it the same way. Hali,Moncton then Bathurst..

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06-12-2012, 06:46 PM
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Halifax
Acadia Bathurst
Moncton
PEI
saint John
Cape Breton
although the bottom 3 can be switched afround

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06-12-2012, 09:57 PM
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1. Halifax - Can't say too much about them as I'd just be pumping my teams tires . Could run away with this division. Unless Moncton plays like they did last year against us and drag us down a bit.

2. Moncton - Getting the guys from Shawi and acquire the #1 Euro made them go from close to Bathurst, to a bit ahead. Problem is, how will Danny find any 3rd line grinders that he loves in Russia

3. Bathurst - Confused at the Steeves deal when they apparently want to go for it. Relying on a 16yo has been done (Last year, Moose) but it's quite a stretch and too early to say Mason (McDonald) will lead this team far in the playoffs, as I see him already better than Brennan by November/December.

4. Cape Breton - Gets murky after Bathurst but CB acquired Honzik who's a solid goalie in his own right and are a bit more rounded than the Rocket.

5. PEI - Trade Duffy. For the love of God trade the most valuable trade chip you have if you'd like to keep some respect Savard. Another bad year and I'm having a real hard time seeing that "guaranteed championship in 13-14" he promised.

6. Saint John - Just completed an amazing run not seen in the Q for some time. Congrats.... Now suffer :p

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06-12-2012, 10:01 PM
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I won't really comment here as I don't know enough.

1:Halifax
2:Moncton
3:Acadie Bathrust
4:CapeBreton
5:Saint John
6EI

I think PEI lacks the offense to beat out SJ, however things will change before the season starts, as of right now I like SJ better.

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06-13-2012, 09:37 AM
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****This is before the Import Draft.

1. Halifax
2. Acadie-Bathurst
3. Moncton
4. PEI
5. Saint John
6. Cape Breton

Halifax

Drouin-Mackinnon-Fournier
Ciampini-Boudreau-Frk
Ryan-Andrews-Ashley
LacroixCourville-Pye-Falkenham
Alcalde

Abeltshauser-Gillard
Duke-Lewis
Hardie-Weegar
Lovell

Fucale
Terenzio
Wasn't Gillard an overager last year?

Also I thought KA was signed by SJ and will play in the AHL next year?

Great work though, very interesting stuff!

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06-13-2012, 10:31 AM
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****This is before the Import Draft.

1. Halifax
2. Acadie-Bathurst
3. Moncton
4. PEI
5. Saint John
6. Cape Breton

Halifax

Drouin-Mackinnon-Fournier
Ciampini-Boudreau-Frk
Ryan-Andrews-Ashley
LacroixCourville-Pye-Falkenham
Alcalde

Abeltshauser-Gillard
Duke-Lewis
Hardie-Weegar
Lovell

Fucale
Terenzio

Great top 3 forward lines, but very young and obviously inexperienced 4th line. On D, you have a slightly above average core. Obviously with Fucale in nets Hali will be a serious contender.
I don't have Eichel in the mix yet because I feel he will spend a year with the USNTDP U17 team and then come.

Acadie-Bathurst

OBrien-Bissonette-Hynes
Lafontaine-Lalancette-Gallant
Salvail-Lyle-Banville
Kabambi-Cochrane-Stevens
Marois-Caissy

Girard-Houle
Fraser-Godin
Robert-Egan
Dubé

Brennan
McDonald

Le Titan will have a good team this year. They will probably have one of the best lines in the whole CHL, but their second line has a whole lot of what-ifs. I penciled Gallant in their because I know what he is capable of and I think a lot of icetime right out of the gate will be great for him. They also have a solid bottom 6, and an average at best D core. In nets there is definetly potential but if I were a Titan fan I would be a bit nervous.

Moncton

Veilleux-Saulnier-Saulnier
Penny-Hodge-Lalonde
Johnston-Robichaud-Tremaine
Malone-CentisJorge-Dereulle
Pitre-Simpson

Downe-Melindy
Racine-Emond
Sweeney-McGurty
Labbé

Dubeau
Thibeau

Moncton has an ok team right now. After the Import Draft I am expecting them to look among the league's elite. They have 1st overall, but until then we can't pencil anyone in just yet. Up front they have a lethal top line but a lack of scorers after that. On the point, they are strong but those last two spots (McGurty and Labbe) really could go to anyone of them two, Wood, Roussy, McDonald, Belliveau, and possibly even McCabe (due to their lack of toughness on the team).


PEI

Beran-Duffy-Laplante
Pepin-Currie-Provencher
Marcotte-Venne-Bursey
Ottereyes-Yetman-Chenier
McGrath-Bent

Graves-Oligny
Werthner-Pavelka
Trickett-Phaneuf
Chenier Allard

Lagacé
Bibeau

PEI has a very young team, but I feel they could surprise some people. A solid experienced top six group with a good two-way 3rd line and the remaining forwards could provide some energy. On defense, you have a decent top four, and a rather weak bottom pair. Lagacé should keep them out of the basement this year.

Cape-Breton

Carrier-Lavoie-Clark
Guevremont-Farrell-MacIntosh
Campbell-Bishop-Beaton
Murphy-Lemieux-Corriveau
Moody

Haché-Leduc
Oligny-Deslauriers
Woodworth-Arsenault
Desmarais

Honzik
Trudeau

I personally feel CB will be one of the weaker teams in the Martime division this year. They do have a high euro pick so that could turn it around a bit. Other than Carrier, they don't really have any top flight scorers. Great depth but.... On D they are pretty strong, offensive and defensive defenceman mixed in. I think they have to have the best 1-2 punch in nets in all the division however I feel Trudeau will be moved.


What does everyone else feel about this division this year??
Saint John

Anderson-MacAulay-Tesink
Cooper-Cameron-Brown
A.Kelly-Morrison-Oliver Dares
Highmore-Campbell-Pasher

Gagne-Weckworth
Dupreos-Leblanc
Hade-R.Kelly

Auger
Fournier

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1.Halifax
2.Moncton
3.Bathurst
4.Cape Breton
5.PEI
6.Saint John
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I agree with you. I have it the same way. Hali,Moncton then Bathurst..
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1. Halifax - Can't say too much about them as I'd just be pumping my teams tires . Could run away with this division. Unless Moncton plays like they did last year against us and drag us down a bit.

2. Moncton - Getting the guys from Shawi and acquire the #1 Euro made them go from close to Bathurst, to a bit ahead. Problem is, how will Danny find any 3rd line grinders that he loves in Russia

3. Bathurst - Confused at the Steeves deal when they apparently want to go for it. Relying on a 16yo has been done (Last year, Moose) but it's quite a stretch and too early to say Mason (McDonald) will lead this team far in the playoffs, as I see him already better than Brennan by November/December.

4. Cape Breton - Gets murky after Bathurst but CB acquired Honzik who's a solid goalie in his own right and are a bit more rounded than the Rocket.

5. PEI - Trade Duffy. For the love of God trade the most valuable trade chip you have if you'd like to keep some respect Savard. Another bad year and I'm having a real hard time seeing that "guaranteed championship in 13-14" he promised.

6. Saint John - Just completed an amazing run not seen in the Q for some time. Congrats.... Now suffer :p

This is my order too.

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Just realized that I had forgot Saint John.. JohnnyB had posted a line-up but I will edit my idea of their line-up soon

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Wasn't Gillard an overager last year?

Also I thought KA was signed by SJ and will play in the AHL next year?

Great work though, very interesting stuff!
Gillard can play one more year. SJ reported that they would return KA for one more year.

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Gillard can play one more year. SJ reported that they would return KA for one more year.
Good news for Halifax.. Strange move by San Jose , imo, they lack defence in their system..

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Good news for Halifax.. Strange move by San Jose , imo, they lack defence in their system..
There could be logjam in Worcester this year on D, and in the system. Coupled with the fact that KA can still work some on the kinks out of his game on a championship-caliber team... Makes me see why they would send him back.

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This is great info. Please if possible continue for the other divisions. Obviously, Halifax is looking great this year. I think they need to acquire a solid d man if they want to be clear front runners for the championship this year.
Watching them night-in night-out I'd have to say there D is very underrated. Solid defensively it's just the puck moving D we need. But with Abeltshauser returning it gives us our #1 and we don't have to spend assets on it.

I'd very surprised if the Moose acquired another D before August/xmas.

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There could be logjam in Worcester this year on D, and in the system. Coupled with the fact that KA can still work some on the kinks out of his game on a championship-caliber team... Makes me see why they would send him back.
Should have worded it they lack good defence prospects...Believe he ranked better than most in terms of prospect potential. I agree with you that he will benefit more in Halifax since they are a champion contending team..

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Looks about right to me. Really excited to see Fournier along with MacKinnon and Drouin. Could be a monstrous year for all of them and a huge year for Fucale.

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I will be updating the line-ups throughout the Import Draft. I will fix my idea of the standings at the end of the day. This is assuming all picks will come over too.


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Alot of good , valid points. Agree with almost everything.

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Michals should be the starter in SJ... Who are the current remaining OA's in Saint John...

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I think it will be Gagne, Durepos and MacAuley.

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I doubt Warner makes the opening lineup. Maybe when MacKinnon (WJC), or injuries pop up in December than yea, but Lacroix-Courville seems like a better option.

Excited about this Alcade guy. 6'3 200 Pounds with offensive upside.

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