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03-11-2013, 11:09 PM
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I think you mean Tyler , Jordan is his older brother.
You are right! I am so bad with brothers names. Thanks. Tyler Steenbergen

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Any updated 2016 prospect ranking lists?

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I have seen this posted somewhere else... It's not my list. But interesting none the less to get the conversation started.

1. Michael Campoli

2. Tyler Benson

3. Layton Parsons

4. Dmitry Sokolov

5. David Quenneville

6. Jaegar White

7. Luke Kirwan

8. Matais Spodniak

9. Mitchel Balmas

10. Sean Day

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That might be an old list if Sean Day is #10, I'm sure he'd be a top 3

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so sokolov is beter than abramov

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Keep an eye on Tim Wahlgren! He's a 98-born forward that scored 6+4 in 8 for Ångermanland in TV-pucken and 13+7 in 33 in j18 Elit for Kramfors. Clubs like Luleå, Timrå, HV71 and probably more has already showed their interest in this kid, but he will most likely end up in Modo, his favorite team. http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=178225

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Bump, Someone has to have some updated or new info/lists on 2016 draft prospects.

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Jesse Puljujärvi, F

http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=152117

Patrik Laine, F

http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=221667

Olli Juolevi, D

http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=196391

Tarmo Reunanen, D

http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=221513

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Puljujärvi, Laine, Juolevi and Reunanen are some of the better Finnish players at the moment for sure. I would throw into mix a few other players: Juha Jääskä, Oliver Felixson and Paavo Kilponen.

Jääskä wore an A for HIFK U16 team as an underager. Nice skill level and hockey sense. Able to create a lot of offense. Also is a decent skater.

Felixson played with HIFK U16 as well as with year younger players. He is 6´5 tall, but is actually a fairly mobile defenseman. His confidence with the puck seemed to improve as the season went on. I actually saw him rushing the puck up ice in a few occasions. Good hard shot, although I didn´t see him using it much.

Kilponen played for Ilves U16 and put up decent totals as an underager. Skilled forward who can skate and make some good moves. Really would have liked to see him playing more.

All were selected to Finland U16 National Team candidates.

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Keep an eye on Tim Wahlgren! He's a 98-born forward that scored 6+4 in 8 for Ångermanland in TV-pucken and 13+7 in 33 in j18 Elit for Kramfors. Clubs like Luleå, Timrå, HV71 and probably more has already showed their interest in this kid, but he will most likely end up in Modo, his favorite team. http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=178225
Hope this kid grows some because right now he is listed at 5'9" and 139 pounds. Here in North America - tough to be a prospect at that size - ask the scouts and recruiters.

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Hope this kid grows some because right now he is listed at 5'9" and 139 pounds. Here in North America - tough to be a prospect at that size - ask the scouts and recruiters.
He is born in 98. That size is perfectly fine, he won't be eligible for the draft in three years. These measurements are also probably from TV-pucken, he has probably grown a bit since.

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Puljujärvi, Laine, Juolevi and Reunanen are some of the better Finnish players at the moment for sure. I would throw into mix a few other players: Juha Jääskä, Oliver Felixson and Paavo Kilponen.

Jääskä wore an A for HIFK U16 team as an underager. Nice skill level and hockey sense. Able to create a lot of offense. Also is a decent skater.

Felixson played with HIFK U16 as well as with year younger players. He is 6´5 tall, but is actually a fairly mobile defenseman. His confidence with the puck seemed to improve as the season went on. I actually saw him rushing the puck up ice in a few occasions. Good hard shot, although I didn´t see him using it much.

Kilponen played for Ilves U16 and put up decent totals as an underager. Skilled forward who can skate and make some good moves. Really would have liked to see him playing more.

All were selected to Finland U16 National Team candidates.
How would you rank finnish 2016-draftees right now?

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How would you rank finnish 2016-draftees right now?
Puljujärvi looks to be the top prospect for certain at the moment. Then there are a bunch of good players after him. Such as Laine, Juolevi, Reunanen who have been already mentioned, as well as guys like Markus Nurmi, Juuso Välimäki, Otto Mäkinen, etc. But if I had to make a TOP 10 list, my would look like this:

1. Jesse Puljujärvi
2. Patrik Laine
3. Otto Mäkinen
4. Markus Nurmi
5. Juuso Välimäki
6. Olli Juolevi
7. Tarmo Reunanen
8. Emil Oksanen
9. Tino Siren
10. Paavo Kilponen

+ Juha Jääskä, Markus Niemeläinen, Aleksi Nousiainen...

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^Oksanen,Välimäki and Siren are 2017s, born after 15.9.1998

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Puljujärvi looks to be the top prospect for certain at the moment. Then there are a bunch of good players after him. Such as Laine, Juolevi, Reunanen who have been already mentioned, as well as guys like Markus Nurmi, Juuso Välimäki, Otto Mäkinen, etc. But if I had to make a TOP 10 list, my would look like this:

1. Jesse Puljujärvi
2. Patrik Laine
3. Otto Mäkinen
4. Markus Nurmi
5. Juuso Välimäki
6. Olli Juolevi
7. Tarmo Reunanen
8. Emil Oksanen
9. Tino Siren
10. Paavo Kilponen

+ Juha Jääskä, Markus Niemeläinen, Aleksi Nousiainen...
How does Jesse Puljujarvi compare in terms of talent and potential to Finland's top 2015 Aleksi Saarela?

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^Oksanen,Välimäki and Siren are 2017s, born after 15.9.1998
My bad, didn´t check their birthdates. Actually, I would add to the list D Jesper Mattila and F Niko Lönnroos. Both are 1997´s but have looked good in the junior C.

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How does Jesse Puljujarvi compare in terms of talent and potential to Finland's top 2015 Aleksi Saarela?
First of all, I have to admit that I have not seen Puljujärvi as much as Saarela. However, from what I have heard and seen of Puljujärvi, he seems to be more of a goal-scorer. Great size as well at 6´2. But Saarela is very good too. I saw him playing at World Selects last year and came away very impressed. Very solid two-way skills, excellent playmaker who won lots of faceoffs. And this season he just seemed to improve and already made his first appearance in the FEL.

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1. Jesse Puljujärvi
2. Patrik Laine
3. Otto Mäkinen
4. Markus Nurmi
5. Juuso Välimäki
6. Olli Juolevi
7. Tarmo Reunanen
8. Emil Oksanen
9. Tino Siren
10. Paavo Kilponen

+ Juha Jääskä, Markus Niemeläinen, Aleksi Nousiainen...
Why do you see Välimäki as the most promising D from 98's? Can't say that I know his game inside out, but I wasn't particularly impressed when I saw him. Välimäki was selected to Pohjola camp all-stars, but I'm not sure if that means much. Last year Atte Töyry received the same honour and he wasn't that special either, as shown by that fact that he wasn't even a regular with the U16 national team this season.

Janne Kuokkanen might turn out to be a fairly interesting prospect from this age group, not the most well rounded player but has pretty good puck skills.

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Why do you see Välimäki as the most promising D from 98's? Can't say that I know his game inside out, but I wasn't particularly impressed when I saw him. Välimäki was selected to Pohjola camp all-stars, but I'm not sure if that means much. Last year Atte Töyry received the same honour and he wasn't that special either, as shown by that fact that he wasn't even a regular with the U16 national team this season.
I thought that Välimäki was a reliable defenseman with fairly good awareness and mobility. When I compare him to Reunanen for example, I think Välimäki is better defensively, but not as flashy player as Reunanen is. Välimäki has also posted decent numbers, but I don't like to judge players by looking at their points. Välimäki also has some decent offensive potential.

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Janne Kuokkanen might turn out to be a fairly interesting prospect from this age group, not the most well rounded player but has pretty good puck skills.
Riku Törnqvist from Jää-Ahmat could be an interesting player as well. Played behind only an okay defense, but showed some really good ability and was able to make some big saves.


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Bump, Any updated top 10 lists or anything. Who are some of the top Euro's? Puljujarvi, Sokolov, Abramov. I'd like some info.

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I really want to hear about some 2016 NHL draft prospects. Only 3 years away and I recently found this list. I'd like to hear some people's thoughts on 2016

Tyler Benson – LW
The Vancouver Giants selected Benson with the 1st overall pick in the 2013 WHL Bantam Draft. In 2012-13, he broke the Alberta Major Bantam Hockey League scoring record with 146 points in 33 games.

Mitchell Balmas – F
In 2012-13, the Nova Scotia native scored 33 goals and added 31 assists in 31 games with the Breton Cougars. Balmas will be one of the top picks in the 2014 QMJHL Draft.

Kale Clague – D
Clague had 77 points in 33 games with Lloydminster and broke the AMBHL scoring record by a defenseman previously held by Dion Phaneuf with 65 points. Clague was selected 6th overall by the Brandon Wheat Kings in the 2013 WHL Bantam Draft.

Sean Day – D
Day became the fourth player to be granted Exceptional Player Status by Hockey Canada allowing him enter the 2013 OHL Priority Selection. He was selected 4th overall by the Mississauga Steelheads.

David Quenneville – D
Quenneville also broke Dion Phaneuf’s previous AMBHL scoring record by a defenseman with 72 points in 32 games with the SSAC Lions but finished 5 points behind Kale Clague. Medicine Hat selected Quenneville 10th overall in the 2013 WHL Bantam Draft.

Luke Kirwan – LW
Missing the 2015 NHL Draft by just over a week, Kirwan will be joining the USNTDP for the 2013-14 season.

Michael Campoli – D
At 6’2” and 185 lbs, Campoli is expected to be one of the top selections in the 2014 QMJHL Draft and will challenge Balmas for the first overall pick.

Dimitry Sokolov – F
At only 5’3”, Sokolov will need to add some size by the 2016 NHL Draft but he is currently the best 1998 born prospect from Russia.

Jesse Puljujarvi – F
Puljujarvi recorded 51 points in 42 games with Karpat in Finland and was named the 2012-13 Jr. B SM-sarja Rookie of the Year.

Jaeger White – F
In 58 games with the Burnaby Bantam team in 2012-13, White scored 72 goals and added 93 assists for 165 points.

Also here is scoutman's list from 4/11/2012, he is usually on the ball with these prospects.

1. Tyler Benson—F—SSAC Alberta 5’10/165 33 34 50 84
2. Mitchelle Balmas—F—Breton Sports 6’00/175 00 00 00 00
3. Sean Day—D—Honey Baked 0’00/000 08 07 04 11
4. Luke Kirwan—F—Syracuse Stars 6’01/200 39 43 36 79
5. Jaeger White—F—Med Hat Alberta 5’08/146 32 28 23 51
6. Dmitry Sokolov—Omsk 5’03/140 17 21 22 43
7. David Quenneville—D—SSAC 5’07/155 32 16 28 44
8. Layton Parsons—F—Cole Harbor 5’10/185 21 32 19 51
9. Simon Butala—D—Philly Jr Flyers 5’10/145 05 00 00 00
10. Cole Candella—D—Tor Jr Canadiens 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
11. John-Michael Di Gregorio-F-Royal Montr 0’00/000 18 09 08 17
12. Adam Mascherin—F—Tor Jr Canadiens 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
13. Riley Horvath—F—Flyers 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
14. Ryan Kubic—G—Winnipeg Hawks 5’09/151 00 00 0.00 .000
15. Artur Kayumov—F—Lokomotiv 98 5’03/108 06 22 05 27
16. Valery Naumenko—F—Rus 97 0’00/000 01 01 00 01

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I really want to hear about some 2016 NHL draft prospects. Only 3 years away and I recently found this list. I'd like to hear some people's thoughts on 2016
I'd say that White probably doesn't belong on that list and is only there due to previous hype.
He has some gaudy numbers and records, but he fell to the 4th round in the Bantam Draft because teams were concerned that his game would not translate well.
Guess we'll see for sure next year when he takes the step to the much more difficult Midget level.

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Dmitry Sokolov
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Alexandr Podkorytov
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German Rubtsov
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find it hard to believe one kid from the OHl will be selected in top 10, i see more guys going from that league than most as usual a lot of good 98's for the OHL draft.

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