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01-04-2013, 06:32 AM
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Is there any sort of recent lists for this draft available

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01-04-2013, 06:36 AM
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Is there any sort of recent lists for this draft available
I think after the Ice Jam in Halifax next weekend, a lot more will be known......at least I hope so

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01-04-2013, 08:54 AM
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Anyone know if Adam Holwell is still well regarded for the draft? I know he's been playing in Ontario for the past couple of years, is he now supposed to be drafted in the OHL draft instead?
Unless his parents moved to Mississauga with him, I'd guess he's still Q property.

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01-04-2013, 12:18 PM
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My attempt at being scoutman1

1. Nathan Noel - Shattuck - F
2. Nicolas Roy - Amos - F
3. Jeremy Roy - College A-G - D
4. Anthony Beauvillier - College A-G - F
5. Jean-Michel Leblanc - Saint John - F
6. Jason Bell - Laval-Montreal - D
7. Jonathan Arsenaut - Cornwall - F
8. Luc Deschesne - Fredericton - D
9. Nicolas Meloche - Saint-Eustache - D
10. Gabriel Fontaine - Magog - F
11. Julien Gauthier - Laval-Montreal - F
12. Campbell Pickard - Halifax Titan - F
13. Jordan Fournier - Lac Saint-Louis - F
14. Olivier Galipeau - College E-B - D
15. Jordan King - Western (Nfld) - F
16. Maxime Fortier - Lac Saint-Louis - F
17. Colby Tower - CB West - F
18. Nicholas Dawe - Dartmouth - G


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01-04-2013, 12:34 PM
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My attempt at being scoutman1

1. Nathan Noel - Shattuck - F
2. Nicolas Roy - Amos - F
3. Jeremy Roy - College A-G - D
4. Anthony Beauvillier - College A-G - F
5. Jean-Michel Leblanc - Saint John - F
6. Jason Bell - Laval-Montreal - D
7. Jonathan Arsenaut - Cornwall - F
8. Luc Deschesne - Fredericton - D
9. Nicolas Meloche - Saint-Eustache - D
10. Gabriel Fontaine - Magog - F
11. Julien Gauthier - Laval-Montreal - F
12. Campbell Pickard - Halifax Titan - F
13. Jordan Fournier - Lac Saint-Louis - F
14. Olivier Galipeau - College E-B - D
15. Jordan King - Western (Nfld) - F
16. Maxime Fortier - Lac Saint-Louis - F
17. Colby Tower - CB West - D
18. Nicholas Dawe - Dartmouth - G
The tournament next week will be a deciding factor for the maritime kids, there is a ton of talent there. Just on a side note, I watched 4 games this year where CB West was playing and Colby Tower diden't play one shift on defence. He was playing either right wing or center.

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01-04-2013, 01:29 PM
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Must have been a typo, Tower is Forward.

This is a good attempt at a list, but guys like Leblanc, Arsenault, Dawe will go much lower, if they go at all, need some Quebec in your list

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01-04-2013, 01:46 PM
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Must have been a typo, Tower is Forward.

This is a good attempt at a list, but guys like Leblanc, Arsenault, Dawe will go much lower, if they go at all, need some Quebec in your list
Yep it was a typo, all the positions are right next to each other on the keyboard!

Ye I don't expect Dawe to go round 1, it really isn't a "mock draft" it's just a list of who I see as top 18

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01-04-2013, 02:30 PM
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My attempt at being scoutman1

1. Nathan Noel - Shattuck - F
2. Nicolas Roy - Amos - F
3. Jeremy Roy - College A-G - D
4. Anthony Beauvillier - College A-G - F
5. Jean-Michel Leblanc - Saint John - F
6. Jason Bell - Laval-Montreal - D
7. Jonathan Arsenaut - Cornwall - F
8. Luc Deschesne - Fredericton - D
9. Nicolas Meloche - Saint-Eustache - D
10. Gabriel Fontaine - Magog - F
11. Julien Gauthier - Laval-Montreal - F
12. Campbell Pickard - Halifax Titan - F
13. Jordan Fournier - Lac Saint-Louis - F
14. Olivier Galipeau - College E-B - D
15. Jordan King - Western (Nfld) - F
16. Maxime Fortier - Lac Saint-Louis - F
17. Colby Tower - CB West - F
18. Nicholas Dawe - Dartmouth - G
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Yep it was a typo, all the positions are right next to each other on the keyboard!

Ye I don't expect Dawe to go round 1, it really isn't a "mock draft" it's just a list of who I see as top 18
Others who may be considered 1st rounders are;
Layton Parsons (Hfx) F
Andrew Picco (SSM) D
Nick Welsh (Hfx) D
Adam Holwell (GTHL) D

Honorable mentions would include;
Cam Lee (Prep) D
Noah Bauld (Prep) F
Alexandre Jacob (Mnctn) F
Will Thompson (Prep)

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01-04-2013, 03:26 PM
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Others who may be considered 1st rounders are;
Layton Parsons (Hfx) F
Andrew Picco (SSM) D
Nick Welsh (Hfx) D
Adam Holwell (GTHL) D

Honorable mentions would include;
Cam Lee (Prep) D
Noah Bauld (Prep) F
Alexandre Jacob (Mnctn) F
Will Thompson (Prep)
I forgot all about Andrew Picco

Alex Jacobs and Nick Welsh are way too small. He won't go that early.

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01-04-2013, 05:04 PM
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Daniel Sprong??

He will be a guarenteed lock EARLY first round pick

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01-04-2013, 06:57 PM
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I forgot all about Andrew Picco

Alex Jacobs and Nick Welsh are way too small. He won't go that early.
You mention Jacobs and Welsh. Those two could be considered the two most skilled 97 players coming out of Atlantic Canada. Jacobs is small but Welsh is average size, similar to Noel and bigger than Tower both on your top 18 list. Yes, Sprong should be on that list as well. Any others players that may be considered?

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01-04-2013, 07:28 PM
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My attempt at being scoutman1

1. Nathan Noel - Shattuck - F
2. Nicolas Roy - Amos - F
3. Jeremy Roy - College A-G - D
4. Anthony Beauvillier - College A-G - F
5. Jean-Michel Leblanc - Saint John - F
6. Jason Bell - Laval-Montreal - D
7. Jonathan Arsenaut - Cornwall - F
8. Luc Deschesne - Fredericton - D
9. Nicolas Meloche - Saint-Eustache - D
10. Gabriel Fontaine - Magog - F
11. Julien Gauthier - Laval-Montreal - F
12. Campbell Pickard - Halifax Titan - F
13. Jordan Fournier - Lac Saint-Louis - F
14. Olivier Galipeau - College E-B - D
15. Jordan King - Western (Nfld) - F
16. Maxime Fortier - Lac Saint-Louis - F
17. Colby Tower - CB West - F
18. Nicholas Dawe - Dartmouth - G
There is no way Arsenault should be on this list.. Larter is more well rounded IMO... And Deschenes is too high, as is Leblanc, and I also think both Roys are better than Noel... Other than that very solid list, i love Fournier, reminds me of Stefan the way he plays

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01-04-2013, 08:03 PM
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You mention Jacobs and Welsh. Those two could be considered the two most skilled 97 players coming out of Atlantic Canada. Jacobs is small but Welsh is average size, similar to Noel and bigger than Tower both on your top 18 list. Yes, Sprong should be on that list as well. Any others players that may be considered?
Nick Welsh is a d-man... 5'9"-5'10" d-men are not the same as 5'9"-5'10" forwards.

Daniel Sprong to me is how some teams viewed Pepin last year. Top 5 talent? Yes. Top 5 attitude? Not so sure. It's just my opinion, I wouldn't touch him in this years draft with some of these other guys on the board. I know most would disagree but they can make their own list

A lot of people will disagree on Deschenes as well because that's the in style thing to do these days but I still see him going first round and being worth the pick, if he lands on a team with the right coaching. There seem to be a lot of Atlantic prospects that go from large hype to negative hype and still turn out to be solid Q players (Cormier, Duffy, Anthony, Lyle, etc.) He'll do well in the Q, he probably won't be the NHL star he was once projected to be but he's still going to be a solid Q player.

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Nick Welsh is a d-man... 5'9"-5'10" d-men are not the same as 5'9"-5'10" forwards.

Daniel Sprong to me is how some teams viewed Pepin last year. Top 5 talent? Yes. Top 5 attitude? Not so sure. It's just my opinion, I wouldn't touch him in this years draft with some of these other guys on the board. I know most would disagree but they can make their own list

A lot of people will disagree on Deschenes as well because that's the in style thing to do these days but I still see him going first round and being worth the pick, if he lands on a team with the right coaching. There seem to be a lot of Atlantic prospects that go from large hype to negative hype and still turn out to be solid Q players (Cormier, Duffy, Anthony, Lyle, etc.) He'll do well in the Q, he probably won't be the NHL star he was once projected to be but he's still going to be a solid Q player.
Trust me when I say this, Daniel Sprong does not have an attitude AT ALL.
I have no idea where this rumour started and began to follow him but its not deserved.
The kid works his ass off in every practice and does everything to make his teammates better.
Does he do everything right during games? No, he's lacking on the defence side but his offensive ability is limitless

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Nick Welsh is a d-man... 5'9"-5'10" d-men are not the same as 5'9"-5'10" forwards.

Daniel Sprong to me is how some teams viewed Pepin last year. Top 5 talent? Yes. Top 5 attitude? Not so sure. It's just my opinion, I wouldn't touch him in this years draft with some of these other guys on the board. I know most would disagree but they can make their own list

A lot of people will disagree on Deschenes as well because that's the in style thing to do these days but I still see him going first round and being worth the pick, if he lands on a team with the right coaching. There seem to be a lot of Atlantic prospects that go from large hype to negative hype and still turn out to be solid Q players (Cormier, Duffy, Anthony, Lyle, etc.) He'll do well in the Q, he probably won't be the NHL star he was once projected to be but he's still going to be a solid Q player.
Nice to see some people here promoting there local talent , lets hope it works out for them.

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Nice to see some people here promoting there local talent , lets hope it works out for them.
lol I'm not from New Brunswick

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There is no way Arsenault should be on this list.. Larter is more well rounded IMO... And Deschenes is too high, as is Leblanc, and I also think both Roys are better than Noel... Other than that very solid list, i love Fournier, reminds me of Stefan the way he plays
I think Larter is the best 97 on the Island and Pickard from NS should not be on this list.

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I think Larter is the best 97 on the Island and Pickard from NS should not be on this list.
IMO - Larter is the best 97 player from PEI. Packard will get drafted but is not a 1st round pick. Who is Jordan King from Nfld? Is he a 96? Dawe will not be a 1st round pick. O'Brien and Mann-Dixon are better goalies. Not too many goalies get drafted in the 1st round unless they are exceptional. NB and Nfld. have some good goalies too.

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IMO - Larter is the best 97 player from PEI. Packard will get drafted but is not a 1st round pick. Who is Jordan King from Nfld? Is he a 96? Dawe will not be a 1st round pick. O'Brien and Mann-Dixon are better goalies. Not too many goalies get drafted in the 1st round unless they are exceptional. NB and Nfld. have some good goalies too.
Mann-Dixon is 5'5" lol

Again you guys are saying "This guy isn't a first rounder" but it isn't a mock draft. It's my favorite top 18 prospects. Don't pick one out of the group and say he doesn't deserve to be on my list lol if I want him in my top 18 he's gunna be in my top 18.

I'd love to see the top 18 of other people rather then have people try to tell me who deserves to be on my list and where they should be.

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IMO - Larter is the best 97 player from PEI. Packard will get drafted but is not a 1st round pick. Who is Jordan King from Nfld? Is he a 96? Dawe will not be a 1st round pick. O'Brien and Mann-Dixon are better goalies. Not too many goalies get drafted in the 1st round unless they are exceptional. NB and Nfld. have some good goalies too.
Are you reffering to Rowan O'Brien?

Just curious

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Are you reffering to Rowan O'Brien?

Just curious
Yes.

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jordan king will not go in the first

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jordan king will not go in the first
You're smart.

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This will be a big weekend for all 97's in Halifax, looking forward to watching some good hockey. Im looking forward to how some guys from NB-PEI MM stack up to NS prospects.

If anyone is going could they comment on the following players this weekend:

Luc Deschenes
JM Leblanc
Johnathan Larter
Ryan Steele
Logan McManaman
Jonathan Arsenault
Lane Cormier
Colby Tower


Much appreciated, interesting to see other peoples opinions of prospects

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This will be a big weekend for all 97's in Halifax, looking forward to watching some good hockey. Im looking forward to how some guys from NB-PEI MM stack up to NS prospects.

If anyone is going could they comment on the following players this weekend:

Luc Deschenes
JM Leblanc
Johnathan Larter
Ryan Steele
Logan McManaman
Jonathan Arsenault
Lane Cormier
Colby Tower


Much appreciated, interesting to see other peoples opinions of prospects
Not that it really matters, but it should at least be noted that McManaman is a '96. That kid is as strong as a bull, and hits like one too. His skating is subpar, and his footwork needs A LOT of work, but I could definetly see him being a 4/5/6 guy one day in the Q.

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