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11-30-2012, 07:56 PM
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From a Brandon perspective, it's only a matter of time until Hawryluk moves up from the "next 20" into 1st rounder discussion. He's a combination of Calverts speed and Schenn's grit, and he's already the 3rd most potent offensive force on this team, after Pulock and Bertaggia. He's a treat to watch, a kid who can skate, hit and score. He's the future for Brandon (along with Jesse Gabrielle). Brandon received the draft pick for him in the Schenn trade from saskatoon.
What's your take on Quennville?

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11-30-2012, 08:15 PM
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Ryan Pilon is not listed, but there's no doubt he's going to be a top pick.

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11-30-2012, 08:17 PM
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Ryan Pilon is not listed, but there's no doubt he's going to be a top pick.
I think he's 2015, late birthday.

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11-30-2012, 08:18 PM
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I think he's 2015, late birthday.
True, was kind of shocked he wasn't there. 2015 top pick for sure~!

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11-30-2012, 08:22 PM
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i am hoping jordan wittmen 2nd rounder of broncos gets drafted...went to school with him

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11-30-2012, 09:21 PM
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There's no way Audette is a 1st round prospect at this point, Pepin and Leblanc should be much higher. Audette is very small and quite soft and hasn't been producing at all.

Whereas Pepin has showed all the tools of a true powerforward already as a 16 years old. At this point it's not even a question, Audette IMO barely cracks the top-10 of the Q for this draft.

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11-30-2012, 09:31 PM
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Ryan Pilon is not listed, but there's no doubt he's going to be a top pick.
His uncle Rich is an all time Islanders Fan Favorite.....If hes got his heart and Toughness that be cool

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11-30-2012, 09:52 PM
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There's no way Audette is a 1st round prospect at this point, Pepin and Leblanc should be much higher. Audette is very small and quite soft and hasn't been producing at all.

Whereas Pepin has showed all the tools of a true powerforward already as a 16 years old. At this point it's not even a question, Audette IMO barely cracks the top-10 of the Q for this draft.
They could be putting Audette there purely on his potential but I agree with you 100%. Vs Gatnieau a while back he was soft, avoiding contact like he was scared of it, and set Kielly up perfectly for his goal. Would've been nice except Kielly is on the other team.


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12-04-2012, 10:11 PM
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Nick Schmaltz is DEFINATELY top 20. Ive seen him play many times and he is an amazing prospect. I believe Sonny Milano and Anthony DeAngelo should be a bit higher as well

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12-04-2012, 10:42 PM
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12-04-2012, 11:46 PM
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I know Dante Salituro won't be eligible until 2015, but do you like his progression so far with the 67's? Chance he's a first round pick in 2015 despite his size?

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12-05-2012, 09:30 AM
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You could add to this list 2 guys from Latvia - Rihards Bukarts http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=52418
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Haralds egle http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=91128

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12-05-2012, 11:22 AM
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I know Dante Salituro won't be eligible until 2015, but do you like his progression so far with the 67's? Chance he's a first round pick in 2015 despite his size?
I've seen Dante play three times this year, once just this past weekend. His size is not as much of an issue as it might be for many other 5'8" skaters because he possesses a very strong upper body and displays obvious grit and strength, so there is validity in talking 1st round 2015 -- as there is for many of these 2014 top prospects listed, and of course even those not currently listed.

As a side reminder note to all:

Whether you talk about NHL CS, ISS, Craig Button, Redline, all of these rankings are to be taken with a grain of salt and never to be looked at as perfectly accurate. The main goal in providing a listing 1.5+ years out as we did, is simply to help get the scouting community around the world talking and lending opinion. No one hockey scout is necessarily more wise or has more to offer than another. There is zero place in scouting for arrogance, pride and self-indulgence. It takes a multitude of passionate and knowledgeable individuals, such as all who have commented and given opinions, that help create rankings like these to help it to continue to evolve resulting in a final accurate document come June before the draft. As a performance measure and upon completion of June's 2013 NHL Draft in New Jersey, we will re-post our first installment of the 2013 list first shared in October 2011 and compare it with who ended up where. Thank you for all your continued comments and opinions, keep them coming...


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12-05-2012, 11:50 AM
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He skates/moves around the ice a lot like Malkin, he's even got that same sort of "hunched" skating style that Malkin does, but his shot is not nearly as good. He's much more a playmaker and relies on his vision and elite hockey IQ to contribute offensively.
Yeah, I agree. Skates like Malkin but plays kind of like Kopitar.

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12-05-2012, 12:04 PM
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Koys seems to be underperforming. But he is coming off of an injury and is playing his first year in Canada. Will be interesting to see how he finishes the season.

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12-05-2012, 12:12 PM
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Great list, will keep an eye on this

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Joe Hicketts will be on this list in a year, IMO. Once the kid starts to mature, he'll be a force.

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12-05-2012, 02:11 PM
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What about dub guys not listed here?
Some guys to watch out for.

Matt Revel - Saskatoon Blades - Could play his way into top 60 discussion. Extremely smart player, hockey sense through the roof. Was undrafted out of bantam but is a very good offensive player. Reminds me of Jordan Eberle. Just has 'it'.

Dysin Mayo - Edmonton Oil Kings - Solid skating offensive defender. Similar player to former Oil King captain Mark Pysyk.

Mitch Friesen - Kamloops Blazers - Pointless in 15 games this season so far, but he's caught my eye a few times. Big kid, good senses.

Rourke Chartier - Kelowna Rockets - Dynamic offensive forward. Little on the small side, but scores almost as well as any WHLer in this age group.

Nelson Nogier - Saskatoon Blades - Big, raw blueliner. Good size, skating is improving. Will be a leader and has untapped offensive potential.

Payton Lee - Vancouver Giants - Agile goaltender with good instincts and athletic ability. Already starting many games as a 16 year old.

Joe Hicketts - Victoria Royals - Slightly undersized D who plays aggressively and has excellent offensive skill.

Reid Gardiner and Brandon Fushimi might be worth a mention too.


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12-05-2012, 02:18 PM
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Koys seems to be underperforming. But he is coming off of an injury and is playing his first year in Canada. Will be interesting to see how he finishes the season.
His team is horrendous.

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12-05-2012, 02:32 PM
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There's no way Audette is a 1st round prospect at this point, Pepin and Leblanc should be much higher. Audette is very small and quite soft and hasn't been producing at all.

Whereas Pepin has showed all the tools of a true powerforward already as a 16 years old. At this point it's not even a question, Audette IMO barely cracks the top-10 of the Q for this draft.
Nothing against the guy who made the list but you can tell he isn't a big Q watcher. For the guys he listed from the Q from Canada, you can tell he kinda just picked the guys based off the 2012 Q draft.

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12-05-2012, 02:34 PM
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Clark Bishop impressed me in the game I saw. Very, very good defensive forward, and you can see that he has skill to put up points

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12-05-2012, 03:16 PM
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Clark Bishop impressed me in the game I saw. Very, very good defensive forward, and you can see that he has skill to put up points
Definitely a 16 year old who will get a bunch of ice time on such a bad team post Christmas. New coach already gave him more ice time in 1 game lol

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12-07-2012, 09:51 AM
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Nice piece on Hawryluk. Kid is talented and works hard.

http://www.wheatkings.com/article/16...-rookie-shines

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12-20-2012, 06:02 PM
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bump...

Anyone got some other guys for this draft that are making a case for the 1st round?

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Ho-Sang is the real deal. The habs better pick him.

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