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07-15-2006, 11:57 AM
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The scrimmage was pretty enjoyable, with some nice moves and some nice saves by our prospects. It was played 3 on 3 and sometimes 4 on 4 during 2 , 20 minute periods followed by a shootout. I was very impressed by Latendresse, he seemed to be a man amoungst boys out there. He was doing everything on the ice. He passed, carried the puck and ofcourse scored around 3 goals. He seemed to be a step ahead of everyone else. I also remember seeing him laying a nice hit on David Fischer. His first goal was spawned by some very nice moves and his 3rd goal was also pretty nice. Matthew D'Agostini also had around 3 goals and had a good overall game. Sergei Kostitsyn looked good out there scoring a few goals and getting alot of break aways. Mikus also impressed me with his stickhandling, I remember him dangling in the offensive zone. Mikus also had a beautiful goal in the shootout, using the Jussi Jokinen move. Ryan O'Bryne was also impressive and Chipchura looked poised and was solid out there. Both goalie's we're decent. Overall a good game and a nice shootout.

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Won't be long guys, just went to eat, forget about the post I just made, it's not finished yet, I've deleted it and re-post a full report.

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Some of this may be repetitive by now, but I typed my full report from the detailed notes I took, so I'll post it:

ROSTERS
TEAM RED

3 Ryan O'Byrne
78 Mathieu Aubin
30 Loic Laccasse
36 J.T. Wyman
37 Ben Maxwell
54 Ryan White
59 Oskari Korpikari
72 Mathieu Carle
84 Guillaume Latendresse
85 Cameron Cepek

TEAM WHITE

15 David Fischer
28 Kyle Chipchura
29 Matt D'Agostini
31 Carey Price
34 Philippe Paquet
47 Sergei Kostitsyn
55 Jon Gleed
68 Juraj Mikus
70 Greg Stewart
88 Martin Frechette

The game consisted of 2 halves of 20 minuts (not stop time). Shifts were changed every 40 seconds or so by the blowing of a whistle. When the whistle went, everyone had to change. The game was 3-on-3, with a 4-on-4 every 3 shifts or so, due to there being 10 players on each time.

The following is a brief chronological play by play of the highlights of the game.

- Sergei Kostitsyn dekes through a defenseman and beats Loic Laccasse. 1-0 Whites.

- Juraj Mikus dekes and then roofs a wrister top shelf behind Laccasse. 2-0 Whites.

- J.T. Wyman has a breakaway against Carey Price, but is stopped.

- Guillaume Latendresse dekes past Sergei Kostitsyn who is the last man back after Martin Frechette pinched and lost the puck, then beats Price. 2-1 Whites.

- Philippe Paquet displays some nice hands breaking in, but shoots wide.

- Ben Maxwell takes a shot and it beats Price, but hits the post. The shot is counted as a goal on the scoreboard, but it is correctly removed for the start of the second half.

- Jon Gleed skates in, takes a shot, and it beats Laccasse. A soft. 3-1 Whites.

- Kyle Chipchura has a breakaway, but is stopped by Laccasse.

- Mathieu Aubin has a clearcut breakaway from the blue line in, but is stopped by Carey Price.

- Sergei Kostitsyn makes a nifty pass, his teammate shoots wide, but the rebound lands right back on Kostitsyn's stick and he buries it. 4-1 Whites.

- J.T. Wyman roofs a shot off the rush. 4-2 Whites.

- Sergei Kostitsyn is cherry picking and receives a breakaway pass, but is stopped by Laccasse.

- Guillaume Latendresse has a breakaway, but is stopped by Price.

- Kyle Chipchura makes a nifty move, toe-dragging past a defenseman, but shoots high over the net.

- Ryan White (I'm not sure it was him as I didn't see it clearly, but I think so) beats Price five-hole with a shot off the rush. A softy. 4-3 Whites.

- Guillaume Latendresse with a breakaway, but he's stopped by Price.

- Matt D'Agostini with a breakaway, stopped by Laccasse.

- Greg Stewart had a break with a clear lane to the net, but skates too slowly and his caught by a backchecking defenseman.

- David Fischer receives a pass and one-times it on net, but hits the post.

- Oskari Korpikari fires a shot from an open side on goal, but Carey Price makes a good save.

- David Fischer cuts to the net, breaking in, but his shot is stopped nicely by Laccasse.

- Mathieu Aubin took a huge slapshot, but shot wide.

- Matt D'Agostini has a breakaway, but is stopped by Laccasse.

- Matt D'Agostini gets his revenge, working a give and go on a 2-on-0 with Sergei Kostitsyn, with Matt eventually one-timing a pass in. 5-3 Whites.

- David Fischer is set up with a pass from Juraj Mikus on a 2-on-1, but whiffs on his shot.

- Cameron Cepek hits Juraj Mikus, though not that hard.

END OF PERIOD 1

2ND PERIOD

- Guillaume Latendresse rips a hard shot which clangs off the post.

- Greg Stewart sets up Juraj Mikus for a one timer. Mikus's one timer goes off the post, and comes right back on to Stewart's stick, and he buries it. 6-3 Whites.

- Kyle Chipchura controls/hogs the puck in the offensive zone for nearly 10 seconds without passing despite Sergei Kostitsyn's calls to him. Kostitsyn seems a little annoyed as the shift ends.

- Guillaume Latendresse takes a shot, but it deflects off a defenseman and right on to the stick of Mathieu Aubin, who one times the puck on goal and beats Price. 6-4 Whites.

- Guillaume Latendresse is set up for a big one timer which goes in. 6-5 Whites.

- A bit of rough stuff as Martin Frechette battles Oskari Korpikari.

- Ryan O'Byrne takes the puck in on goal alone and beats Carey Price with a nifty move. 6-6.

- Matt D'Agostini is set up nicely by Sergei Kostitsyn, then roofs a shot top shelf. 7-6 Whites.

- Sergei Kostitsyn has a breakaway, but shoots wide.

- Jon Gleed lines up Ryan White for a hit.

- Mathieu Carle has a breakaway, and puts it top corner. 7-7.

- J.T. Wyman has a breakaway, but is stopped by Carey Price.

- Matt D'Agostini takes a shot on a break, is stopped, but then gets and buries his own rebound. 8-7 Whites.

- Guillaume Latendresse makes a smooth move to get around Sergei Kostitsyn, then takes a shot, but it hits the crossbar.

- Martin Frechette is set up by Sergei Kostitsyn for a one-timer and scores. 9-7 Whites.

- Greg Stewart breaks in and beats Loic Laccasse. 10-7 Whites.

- J.T. Wyman comes in off the wing, and fires a shot high blocker side, beating Price. 10-8 Whites.

- Kyle Chipchura makes a nifty move around a d-man, but is then stopped by Laccasse.

- Ryan White beautifully sets up Cameron Cepek, but his one timer goes wide.

- Kyle Chipchura has a breakaway, and dekes Laccasse out, then falls over him. 11-8 Whites.

- Guillaume Latendresse has a nice break, is stopped nicely by Carey Price, but then finds and burries his own rebound. 11-9 Whites.

- Mathieu Aubin has a golden opportunity alone in front of the net, but takes too long to make a play, and is poke checked by Carey Price.

- Philippe Paquet breaks in alone at the other end, but is turned away by Loic Laccasse.

- Sergei Kostitsyn has yet another breakaway, but is stopped.

- Mathieu Aubin breaks in alone, beats Price. 11-10 Whites.

- Martin Frechette is set up beautifully by Juraj Mikus behind the net, but he can't bury his wrap around attempt.

- Mathieu Aubin is set up with a cross ice pass by Guillaume Latendresse, but is stopped by Carey Price.

- Guillaume Latendresse collides with David Fischer, sending Fischer sprawling to the ice.

The regular game ended here, with the score 11-10 Whites. But next they did a shootout, where the goals counted, and each player on each team shot once.

- Cameron Cepek dekes out Carey Price with a nice move. 11-11.
- Juraj Mikus pulls a move a little bit like Forsberg/Grabovsky, and buries it. 12-11 Whites.
- Mathieu Carle beats Carey Price with a back hander. 12-12.
- Sergei Kostitsyn shoots wide.
- Ben Maxwell is stopped by Carey Price.
- Greg Stewart is stopped by Loic Laccasse.
- Ryan White dekes and roofs a shot off the crossbar and in. 13-12 Reds.
- Kyle Chipchura shoots over the net.
- Ryan O'Byrne really doesn't do much, then shoots right into Price's pads.
- Matt D'Agostini is stopped.
- Oskari Korpikari scores. 14-12 Reds.
- Philippe Paquet takes a shot and scores. 14-13 Reds.
- J.T. Wyman makes a nice move and scores. 15-13 Reds.
- Jon Gleed shoots and hits the post.
- Mathieu Aubin's shot goes wide.
- Martin Frechette is stopped.
- Guillaume Latendresse loses control of the puck breaking in.
- David Fischer shoots and scores. 15-14 Reds.

GAME OVER.

Hope you enjoyed the play-by-play. It was a lot of fun to watch, so wanted to recreate a bit of it for you all.

BEST PLAYERS I SAW TODAY (stats not including shootout):
- G. Latendresse: Great hands, good size, good shot. 3 goals, at least 2 asists. Works well with Aubin.
- S. Kostitsyn: After being disapointed by his performances in the drills, he amazed me today. Tons of moves, great hands. 2 goals and at least 3 assists. Worked nicely with D'Agostini.
- M. D'Agostini: Looked just like he did all week. Smooth skater, decent hands. 3 goals.
- J. Mikus: This kid looked good out there. He has tremendous hands, made some very nice dekes/moves. 1 goal, some assists.
- M. Aubin: He looked pretty good, especially when out with Latendresse. Used his body to protect the puck. 2 goals, at least 1 assist.
- R. O'Byrne: Big man, skates very well, good positioning. Nice offensive upside with good hands. 1 goal.
- M. Carle: I liked the way he looked out there. Very good skater. Good hands. Moves the puck well. 1 goal.
- K. Chipchura: Showed good poise and some nice hands. Probably not as good a showing as Latendresse, Kostitsyn, Mikus, or D'Agostini IMO, but still kept up alright in this very high-paced game.

I didn't like the way Price looked today. Not impressed. Frechette also far from impressed me as a try-out. Stewart was ok at times, but on the whole, nothing great. Everyone else seemed alright as far as I can remember. Maxwell and White were - at times - pretty invisible.

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Here's my personal take on the game today. General impressions is that most of the guys were tired but nevertheless gave a good overall performance for the fans playing sometimes 3 on 3 and other times 4 on 4 with no physical play permitted. But here's my report on each guys today:

HEROES OF THE DAY: MIKUS, KOSTITSYN, LATENDRESSE, D'AGOSTINI, AUBIN, CARLE

GOALIES:

PRICE; The best goalie out of the two with his sound positional skills, his fast glove hand, and fast leg movement. Though he wasn't outstanding, I thought he had a good game and an overall good week for him. He didn't let some weaks goals but didn't save the day either. Liked his rebound control skills as well.

LACASSE: Well, it started on the wrong foot for the guy. He came on the ice with his ''Protect skates, you know what you put under your skates to not damage them...'' and fell down on his behind, mask went up and all that, let's just say that he was a little embarassed......As far as the game is concerned, let's just say that Roy will have a lot of work with this guy. Rebounds were all over the place, let in some fluke goals, did some good saves in some occasions, mostly with the butterfly, even though he was on the winning side, didn't think he had a great day, and didn't have the best of week either.

DEFENCEMEN:

O'BYRNE: I don't think he had the greatest day today. Hockey sense wasn't all there, didn't see too much of accurate passes, try to control the puck probably more than he used too and didn't find a lot of openings. But in a game where you completely remove the physical aspect of it, he sure doesn't look at ease too much. Definitely not his style of play, but with what I've seen all week, this guy is a keeper who just needs a physical game to look more at ease. Great overall week for him.

KORPIKARI: This guy does not flash a lot, either in skills or in a game and still it was the case today. You won't notice him that much, definitely possess a NHL ready shot, great wrist shot, I like his fluid skating as well, control of the puck, nice passes but he's our Niklas Sundstrom version of a d-man, does all the little things right, but you can easily watch a game without noticing the guy at all. He had a good overall week

FISCHER: I'm impressed not necessarily based on his direct play but based on the fact that the guy is freakin 18 years old and do possess some incredible natural ability. Didn't have his usual speed today though, still has nice long strides, I think he wanted to prove that he was a good defensive d-man as well, I like how he looks unbeatable 1 on 1, always playing the guy instead of the puck, though has a tendancy of keeping the puck a little too long, which did create some turnovers. But his passes are great, and again, you do see there's room for improvement but you do see that the room is there, which makes Fischer a great first choice for this year's draft!!! Great week for the youngster!

CARLE : This guy for me has the trophy for the best youngster at this camp. Though Fischer could have a higher upside, Carle, in this year's camp, showed how incredibly talented he is offensively, tremendous hands, great skating, very very fast, on the small side, I don't know why he looked smaller today with a real jersey, but didn't look out of place defensively either, did some great pokechecks, showed some great desire to backcheck as well, but I believe somebody will have to put a cord on the guy, seems to love controlling the puck and going from one side to the other. Again it was some 3 on 3 and 4 on 4 so positioning was not that great of importance, but you didn't see much offensively from the other d-men except him and Cepek so you see who's good at it and more capable of doing it. Is showing a lot of maturity for his age. He definitely had a great week!

GLEED: My sleeper pick for d-men as far as good sound poised defensive d-man out there. When he's on the ice, you just have the feeling that we won't get caught or make a big mistake. Today, I didn't see that much of an offensive side to him though he showed some great wristers once in a while. But you're looking for a good, mature, sound defensive d-man with some mobility as well, he's your guy. He had a good week as well!

CEPEK: He had some good and some not so good moments today. Liked to control the puck and try some things offensively but got undressed at a couple of occasions and didn't look confortable defensively all game. The guy is a 7th rounder, missed most of last year's season so obviously he's a project, but you see some glimpses of a good hockey player with a nice hockey sense. Totally undressed Price at the shootouts, Price is still looking for his pads.....

PAQUET: Well he could have an award as far as being better in those last days that he was at the beginning. He showed some great hands today and while not being the fastest, showed some great lateral mobility and some nastiness as well. Hit Maxwell unintentionally on the mouth with his stick but even though there was no contact, he did use his body a little. Needs to fill that frame though.....Good week!

FRÉCHETTE: I wouldn't be interested in bringing him back. I don't think he looked that bad today but was truly forgettable and I don't know what he will bring to any of our teams.....Did his best, worked hard, but didn't impress me. Again, showed more than any other try-outs that we've had in the past but not enough for me. Not a really good shot, not a presence defensively, showed some things offensively but not enough. Sorry....

FORWARDS:

AUBIN; Well this guy looks like a contender for a spot in Hamilton. Sure he played with Latendresse but he did create some room for himself, showed some interesting speed and great moves at high speed, offensively had a great, great day. Didn't see too much of his defensive play, that could be something to work on, but I was really impressed by him today. Very good week for him.

CHIPCHURA: Well, Chipper, had some problems today, mostly with his passes, most of it being totally inaccurate, and created tons of turnovers. You do have the feeling like he's beyond all of those guys, but again when a game doesn't need some physical play, it's not a game for him. So if you take the game itself, wasn't impressive. But it was his 3rd day of practice so to be a little behind is understandable. But based on that, if you can base yourself on such camp, there's no way he'll be with the Habs this coming season. Anyway, I never thought that it was a possibility, a full year in the Dogs will be great for him. So an overall OK camp for Chipper....

D'AGOSTINI: This is a guy that does an overall job fairly well and always seem to be at the right spot, at the right time. Scored some beauties, has a great wrist shot to go with his speed and you have to love the way he drives the net and never quits. He's just a solid player that will make the Dogs, I think his overall game is more ready than Aubin. Great, great week for the kid!

KOSTITSYN: What a day for the kid!!! Truly impressive today, the kid that seemed to be tired and didn't enjoy the practices, just show you why everybody is so high on him in game situations. Didn't expect a lot with the kind of week he's had, but showed some great hands, and moves with a bulldog mentality while being really strong on his skates. Made some great accurates passes as well, and showed his NHL wrist shot he already has. Great day for him today, an overall OK week though, let's just say he totally save his week with today's performance.

LATENDRESSE: Total Domination!!!! It's when you compare Chipchura's performance and Guillaume's performance that, with 1 less day than Chipper, begin to question, either Chipper was really not in shape, or Latendresse is so dominating. Great puck controls, great goals, great passes, great backcheck, always wanting the puck, was pissed when a play didn't go his way, what's not to like????? THE player of the day!!!! Awesome work!!!!

MAXWELL: Did show his great vision, needs to work on his shots though, I didn't see a good slapshot all week and today was no exception. Did show some OK wristers, today included. But he wasn't the worst of our 2006 picks today and all week, do look more like a passer than a scorer. There's more great things about him then questions' marks that's for sure. A good week for him.


MIKUS: THE hands of this whole group. He's so impressive with his fast hands and fast speed that you wonder how he wasn't able to have a lot of points in any league he played. Has that tendancy of keeping the puck too long, but did show some great pass ability. Superb goal in the shootouts!!!!Doesn't seem to be to shy in traffic, I like that about him a lot. I was truly impress by him today and all week. Great, great week for him, can't wait to see what he does in Chicoutimi!!!!!

STEWART: We don't have enough of those probably power forwards in the team that you cannot not like him. Showed some great versatility for a big guy, always putting some effort defensively as well, but some great things today as far as his hands and puck control are concerned. Not saying he'll become the next Leclair or anything, but he was better offensively that I thought he would be. Good overall week, and good day today, especially with the nice wristers he showed us, his good speed and great work ethic.

WHITE: Well It's finally over my friend. Thanks for the smiles, thanks mostly for the effort, thanks for the spirit, but today like the rest of the week were not great days for him. He should've shown more today, and to be honest didn't see him that much. Made a nice pass once.....Tons of work ahead.....But again if somebody can make it, it's him!!!!

WYMAN: My sleeper to ever make it as far as forwards are concerned. You could simply copy and paste the Stewart comment and apply it to him. I have the feelling he could be more dangerous offensively than Stewart, but doesn't apply himself as hard as Stewart defensively. I would see Stewart in a PK, I wouldn't see Wyman doing it. But you cannot not like his control with the puck at high speed and his great forecheck even in a game like today's. Needs to add some more precision in his shots and use his teamates a little more but from blue line to the net, could be a really dangerous guy......or could not develop enough and never make it......Just to be sure I'm right.... But a very good week for him I believe.

In general, I've never been more hyped and excited about a bunch of rookies. I've seen a couple of those camps already, and this bunch, as a whole, is really talented. Definitely the best bunch having a great mix of speed, skills and heart!

That's all folks!!!! Hell of a week for me, lots of fun, hope you enjoyed it. Obviously it's only my take, and who I am right? But if it only was taken not that seriously and for fun, well at least it served a purpose.

Go Habs Go! Go Prospects Go!!!!!


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Good Job Saku!

And I thought I was a patient man.....

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Did you ever know that you're my hero?

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Thanks whitesnake and the rest for the reports all week, you've been great!

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Omg, Sakuuuu you're just sick. Thanks for all the reports guys!!!

I'm happy to hear that some guys did pretty well.

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to you whitesnake ; once again , it's a pleasure to read your reports .

i will votte for you , for the best poster of the week ...

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LATENDRESSE: Total Domination!!!! It's when you compare Chipchura's performance and Guillaume's performance that, with 1 less day than Chipper, begin to question, either Chipper was really not in shape, or Latendresse is so dominating. Great puck controls, great goals, great passes, great backcheck, always wanting the puck, was pissed when a play didn't go his way, what's not to like????? THE player of the day!!!! Awesome work!!!!


thanks whitesnake and everyone else giving us such indepth reports .

it sounds like big gui could have had 6 goals today . i really really think he goona crack the line up this season .



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Thanks guys, great stuff. The future bodes well

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Awesome work guys!

Did any of you get to talk with Habs staff, to get their impressions/remarks?

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How was Frechette? Think he might get a contract?

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How was Frechette? Think he might get a contract?
I doubt it. He wasn't awful, but wasn't at the level of most of the others. But this game was heavily focused on speed and offense, so it's tough to say for certain.

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amazing reads guys


Good to see the young guys doing well.

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Great job whitesnake. Thanks for everything your wrote this week. The same goes to everyone who contributed to these threads. Thanks for keeping us updated!

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Great read, whitesnake. I mean, all your reports were awesome. Thanks!

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wow...simply put...

you guys did some great work!

maybe Timmis does read this board and who knows whitesnake, an offer could come your way one day

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Is Latendresse looking faster then last year???

How? doesn't he have an Ankle inury?

shouldn't he be slower? wasn't he slower the previous year?

Has he improved that much? can he now be considered above average or just average?

OMG if Gui is fast... a fast PF...

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Originally Posted by Sakuuuuu View Post
BEST PLAYERS I SAW TODAY :
- G. Latendresse
- S. Kostitsyn
- M. D'Agostini
- J. Mikus
- M. Aubin
- R. O'Byrne
- M. Carle
- K. Chipchura
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HEROES OF THE DAY: MIKUS, KOSTITSYN, LATENDRESSE, D'AGOSTINI, AUBIN, CARLE
I like that our lists are similar. Makes me feel justified.

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it looks like Latendresse could have scored 10 goals today...nice reports guys...good job...

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Thank You

THANK YOU to everyone who posted reports about the D-camp. I live outside of London, ON and wouldn't have any idea what was going on at the camp if it wasn't for all the reports. THANK YOU.

S. Kosts- I believe you seen today what his abilities are. He was excellent in London last year and didn't ride the back of his linemates like some people think. Personally he reminds me of Claude Lemieux with a little less speed. He can shoot, pass, deke and has a very nice edge to his game.

Thanks again!!!

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