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04-11-2013, 05:05 PM
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Who are the guys that could be part of the All-Canadian mentorship camp this Summer?
Mascherin, Mete, McLeod, Mizzi are definites I think.

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Mascherin, Mete, McLeod, Mizzi are definites I think.
Thanks, Gary "Groovy" boy.

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Mascherin, Mete, McLeod, Mizzi are definites I think.
Agreed. Maybe these guys too: J.Smith, Bitten, Felhaber, Candella, Lawr, Lafontaine, Sicoly, Benson and Sean Day.

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Hhehehe. Nice! You're very welcome.

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Agreed. Maybe these guys too: J.Smith, Bitten, Felhaber, Candella, Lawr, Lafontaine, Sicoly, Benson and Sean Day.
It will be built around Benson and Day the same way it was built around McDavid and Barzal last year, I would imagine.

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It will be built around Benson and Day the same way it was built around McDavid and Barzal last year, I would imagine.
Ya Id say so.

Can u Imagine the U17 for next year? Werenski, Greenway, Kirwan, Bracco, Henley vs Mcdavid, Konency, Strome, Day, Spencer. Cant wait to see this.

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And maybe Getson or Balmas. Both guys from the maritimes who seem to elicit raves.

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Ya Id say so.

Can u Imagine the U17 for next year? Werenski, Greenway, Kirwan, Bracco, Henley vs Mcdavid, Konency, Strome, Day, Spencer. Cant wait to see this.
Egad! What a game that should be.

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By the way, the dates of the All-Canadians camp were announced yesterday:
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Exciting news, All-Canadians! The official dates for the 2013 Allstate All-Canadians National Mentorship Camp are set. We'll be hosting an elite group of Canada's best Bantam-aged players for our third annual camp from August 6th to August 10th of 2013 at the Hershey Centre in Missisauga, ON.

Stay tuned for more information on who our NHL player coaches will be this year, which Canadian players have been selected to participate in the camp, and how you can get tickets to the Allstate All-Canadians Mentorship Cup in the upcoming weeks.
http://www.allcanadians.com/fun/all-...ates-announced

On Twitter they said the rosters would be announced in May.

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Ya Id say so.

Can u Imagine the U17 for next year? Werenski, Greenway, Kirwan, Bracco, Henley vs Mcdavid, Konency, Strome, Day, Spencer. Cant wait to see this.
The fact your mentioning Spencer with that group is awesome

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The fact your mentioning Spencer with that group is awesome
U will see at mini-camp very early in the process this kids abilities. His size and incredible skating will jump at u immediately. He has everything u want in a Dman. He is by FAR the best defenseman from Ontario this year. Plus he has OHL shot and size. In my eyes he appears to be a top 10, top 5 NHL draft pick. He has all the tools. I believe he is more complete than Sean Day right this second and will adjust to the OHL quicker. Sean Day is the better skater and might have more upside after his decision making improves with good solid coaching.

Just for the record his team-mate Brett Mackenzie might be the steal of the draft at #10 to North Bay. He deserved to go 5 or 6. I wouldnt take one player from picks #6, #7, #8, #9 instead of him.

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U will see at mini-camp very early in the process this kids abilities. His size and incredible skating will jump at u immediately. He has everything u want in a Dman. He is by FAR the best defenseman from Ontario this year. Plus he has OHL shot and size. In my eyes he appears to be a top 10, top 5 NHL draft pick. He has all the tools. I believe he is more complete than Sean Day right this second and will adjust to the OHL quicker. Sean Day is the better skater and might have more upside after his decision making improves with good solid coaching.

Just for the record his team-mate Brett Mackenzie might be the steal of the draft at #10 to North Bay. He deserved to go 5 or 6. I wouldnt take one player from picks #6, #7, #8, #9 instead of him.
Right on, I like the sounds of Spencer alot. Lets hope he plays more then 2 seasons!

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Whose gonna be the fourth exceptional status guy in a row?

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U will see at mini-camp very early in the process this kids abilities. His size and incredible skating will jump at u immediately. He has everything u want in a Dman. He is by FAR the best defenseman from Ontario this year. Plus he has OHL shot and size. In my eyes he appears to be a top 10, top 5 NHL draft pick. He has all the tools. I believe he is more complete than Sean Day right this second and will adjust to the OHL quicker. Sean Day is the better skater and might have more upside after his decision making improves with good solid coaching.

Just for the record his team-mate Brett Mackenzie might be the steal of the draft at #10 to North Bay. He deserved to go 5 or 6. I wouldnt take one player from picks #6, #7, #8, #9 instead of him.
I think Day and Spencer are similar, but Day has better wheels and more of a mean streak then Spencer, and that might be the major difference between the 2.

With Mackenzie, I had him going ahead of Crouse. I have always loved Crouse, but he doesnt have the playmaking ability like Mackenzie. North Bay definitely stole the show, and I hope that Stan Butler plays him properly.

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I think Day and Spencer are similar, but Day has better wheels and more of a mean streak then Spencer, and that might be the major difference between the 2.

With Mackenzie, I had him going ahead of Crouse. I have always loved Crouse, but he doesnt have the playmaking ability like Mackenzie. North Bay definitely stole the show, and I hope that Stan Butler plays him properly.
North Bay's first 3 picks were gold. Mackenzie, Baird and Bruce. I also think Mackenzie should have been selected before Crouse. Based mostly on consistency and work ethic. Riley Bruce to me might be the steal of the draft. I cant believe how well he skates for a player 6-6. Bruce has so much potential. I know your a Sudbury fan, Ill be honest it didnt make sense selecting Capobianco that early. I can see him being a lock for the team given his high selection, I cant imagine him not struggling in Year 1. Not with the puck on his stick, the other parts, like winning battles and dealing with aggressive forecheckers. Gaining 15 pounds in the summer is important for him. That will improve his overall defensive game.

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North Bay's first 3 picks were gold. Mackenzie, Baird and Bruce. I also think Mackenzie should have been selected before Crouse. Based mostly on consistency and work ethic. Riley Bruce to me might be the steal of the draft. I cant believe how well he skates for a player 6-6. Bruce has so much potential. I know your a Sudbury fan, Ill be honest it didnt make sense selecting Capobianco that early. I can see him being a lock for the team given his high selection, I cant imagine him not struggling in Year 1. Not with the puck on his stick, the other parts, like winning battles and dealing with aggressive forecheckers. Gaining 15 pounds in the summer is important for him. That will improve his overall defensive game.
Sudbury should have taken the best player available which was Mitch Stephens. Cappy is far too weak to play as a 16 yr old. He is a very smart and talented player but could get thrown around like a rag doll.

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Sudbury should have taken the best player available which was Mitch Stephens. Cappy is far too weak to play as a 16 yr old. He is a very smart and talented player but could get thrown around like a rag doll.
I agree that Sudbury should have taken BPA, but Stephens wasnt the player for Sudbury. I would have taken Mackenzie or Speers.

Capobianco will not do well next year, because they have a weak defence right now, and unless they trade for veterans, Capobianco will get exposed and run over.

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North Bay's first 3 picks were gold. Mackenzie, Baird and Bruce. I also think Mackenzie should have been selected before Crouse. Based mostly on consistency and work ethic. Riley Bruce to me might be the steal of the draft. I cant believe how well he skates for a player 6-6. Bruce has so much potential. I know your a Sudbury fan, Ill be honest it didnt make sense selecting Capobianco that early. I can see him being a lock for the team given his high selection, I cant imagine him not struggling in Year 1. Not with the puck on his stick, the other parts, like winning battles and dealing with aggressive forecheckers. Gaining 15 pounds in the summer is important for him. That will improve his overall defensive game.
I agree with their top 3 picks as being golden. They are Butler type players and I think that Mackenzie will strive.

Sudbury dropped the ball by picking Capobianco 7th overall,as the kid will get exposed , with no support around him.

I know Tiger will not like to read this, but we all know why kids like Capobianco and McCool went 6th and 7th. I still believe that Capobianco was picked because he will be moved, and is part of a bigger plan.

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All solid guys from what Ive seen over the years. Missing a bunch I'm sure. All of these guys will be drafted I'd assume.

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Barrie cut Pearce, not sure where he ended up. Heard he wanted to try forward this year.

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Sudbury should have taken the best player available which was Mitch Stephens. Cappy is far too weak to play as a 16 yr old. He is a very smart and talented player but could get thrown around like a rag doll.
If Stephens was the OHL cup version all year, than Top 5 Id say, that player is electric, explosive and so dangerous. Phil Kessel ish with an edge. I think the Saginaw mutual interest was there, well before the OHL cup.

But I watched the Marlboros quite a bit and saw another version of Stephens at times. He seemed bored/un-interested. Im not sure if he will feel that way at times in the OHL as inconsistency is still there for NHL players. But consistency was something that was not always there, like alot of 15 yr olds.

Stephens will be in the NHL on day. He has borderline NHL speed right now. His explosive starts are at a pro level. He was viscious at the OHL cup on the counter attack accelerating away from Matt Spencer when he wanted too and hitting guys hard. He can cause a bit of panic in the defenseman, get them looking over there shoulder for him.

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If Stephens was the OHL cup version all year, than Top 5 Id say, that player is electric, explosive and so dangerous. Phil Kessel ish with an edge. I think the Saginaw mutual interest was there, well before the OHL cup.

But I watched the Marlboros quite a bit and saw another version of Stephens at times. He seemed bored/un-interested. Im not sure if he will feel that way at times in the OHL as inconsistency is still there for NHL players. But consistency was something that was not always there, like alot of 15 yr olds.

Stephens will be in the NHL on day. He has borderline NHL speed right now. His explosive starts are at a pro level. He was viscious at the OHL cup on the counter attack accelerating away from Matt Spencer when he wanted too and hitting guys hard. He can cause a bit of panic in the defenseman, get them looking over there shoulder for him.
ML979, you know how good he can be, that's why I said he was the best player available. I believe he will be a better player in the OHL than he showed this year on the dysfunctional TM team. You remember how good he was playing up with the 96 team last year.

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If anyone, I would reckon it would Sean Dhooghe "Howser M.D." from the Chicago Mission. Tremendous player. I doubt it will happen due to his current size, and I have no idea if he plans on playing up a year next season.

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