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04-24-2013, 07:56 PM
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Could any skaters be in the CHL draft?

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PosNameTeamLeagueSeasonGPGAPPIM+/-DOB
DKonrad AbeltshauserHalifax MooseheadsQMJHLRegular Season577475422+361992-09-02
  Halifax MooseheadsQMJHLPlayoffs177132012+181992-09-02
  Halifax MooseheadsMemorial CupPlayoffs10112+21992-09-02
C/WLeon DraisaitlPrince Albert RaidersWHLRegular Season6321365722+231995-10-27
  Prince Albert RaidersWHLPlayoffs40440-41995-10-27
  Germany U18U18 WJC 51674+21995-10-27
CDominik KahunSudbury WolvesOHLRegular Season58132740801995-07-02
  Sudbury WolvesOHLPlayoffs91564-21995-07-02
  Germany U18U18 WJC 53474+41995-07-02
C/WNickolas LattaSarnia StingOHLRegular Season5817143151-171993-10-05
  Sarnia StingOHLPlayoffs43032-31993-10-05
FLukas LaubIndiana IceUSHLRegular Season234482-41994-05-29
RWTobias RiederKitchener RangersOHLRegular Season5227295612+91993-01-10
  Kitchener RangersOHLPlayoffs9210124+21993-01-10
LWFrederik TiffelsMuskegon LumberjacksUSHLRegular Season503222510+131995-05-20
  Muskegon LumberjacksUSHLPlayoffs3101001995-05-20
RWSebastian UviraPlymouth WhalersOHLRegular Season267142131+141993-01-26
  Oshawa GeneralsOHLRegular Season2333617+11993-01-26
  TotalOHLRegular Season4910172748+151993-01-26
  Plymouth WhalersOHLPlayoffs1535825+121993-01-26

PosNameTeamLeagueSeasonGPMinutesGAAPct.WLOTLDOB
GMarvin CüpperShawinigan CataractesQMJHLRegular Season522887:203.72.896133141994-02-16
GMathias NiederbergerBarrie ColtsOHLRegular Season563128:112.34.933351231992-11-26
  Barrie ColtsOHLPlayoffs221313:192.60.92815601992-11-26
GJan ObernesserSioux Falls StampedeUSHLRegular Season13647:043.52.8627301992-12-03



Pro

PosNameTeamLeagueSeasonGPGAPPIM+/-DOB
DKorbinian HolzerToronto Maple LeafsNHLRegular Season2221328-121988-02-16
  Toronto MarliesAHLRegular Season451101134+141988-02-16
  Toronto MarliesAHLPlayoffs701124-21988-02-16
DJustin KruegerCharlotte CheckersAHLRegular Season691141531-21986-10-06
  Charlotte CheckersAHLPlayoffs50220-31986-10-06
  Team GermanyWC 4000001986-10-06
WTom KühnhacklW/B-Scranton PenguinsAHLRegular Season112246+31992-02-21
  Wheeling NailersECHLRegular Season21012+21992-02-21
LWMarcel NoebelsAdirondack PhantomsAHLRegular Season42131023201992-03-14
  Trenton TitansECHLRegular Season3111193014-71992-03-14
  Team GermanyWC 3000001992-03-14

PosNameTeamLeagueSeasonGPMinutesGAAPct.WLOTLDOB
GPhilipp GrubauerWashington CapitalsNHLRegular Season283:583.57.9150101991-11-25
  Hershey BearsAHLRegular Season281623:462.25.91915831991-11-25
  Hershey BearsAHLPlayoffs5300:443.79.9012301991-11-25
  Reading RoyalsECHLRegular Season261542:292.29.91219511991-11-25



Notes:
  • Halifax has won their first game in the Memorial Cup vs. Portland. Konrad Abeltshauser had an assist, 2 penalty minutes and was +2 for the game.

Playoff Standings
LeagueTeam 1vs.Team 2Game 1Game 2Game 3Game 4Game 5Game 6Game 7Series
QMJHLHalifax Mooseheads (1)vs.Saint John Sea Dogs (16)11-12-16-16-1   4-0
WHLRed Deer Rebels (4)vs.Prince Albert Raiders (5)3-03-23-13-2   4-0
OHLBrampton Battalion (4)vs.Sudbury Wolves (5)4-14-51-34-5 OT0-1 OT  1-4
OHLBarrie Colts (2)vs.Kingston Frontenacs (7)3-17-44-28-2   4-0
OHLKitchener Rangers (4)vs.Guelph Storm (5)5-22-02-32-14-2  4-1
OHLPlymouth Whalers (2)vs.Sarnia Sting (7)11-23-25-25-2   4-0
AHLProvidence Bruins (1)vs.Hershey Bears (8)2-54-5 OT5-15-43-2  3-2
AHLToronto Marlies (2)vs.Rochester Americans (7)6-32-03-2 OT    3-0
AHLCharlotte Checkers (4)vs.Oklahoma City Barons (5)4-3 OT2-56-11-82-6  2-3

LeagueTeam 1vs.Team 2Game 1Game 2Game 3Game 4Game 5Game 6Game 7Series
QMJHLHalifax Mooseheads (1)vs.Gatineau Olympiques (13)7-05-04-25-3   4-0
OHLBelleville Bulls (1)vs.Sudbury Wolves (5)6-34-14-05-0   4-0
OHLBarrie Colts (2)vs.Oshawa Generals (3)4-3 OT4-14-04-2   4-0
OHLLondon Knights (1)vs.Kitchener Rangers (4)4-12-02-64-3 OT4-1  4-1
OHLPlymouth Whalers (2)vs.Owen Sound Attack (3)4-11-36-33-45-03-1 4-2
USHLDubuque Fighting Saints (1)vs.Muskegon Lumberjacks (4)4-14-33-2 OT    3-0
AHLToronto Marlies (2)vs.Grand Rapids Griffins (3)0-74-24-51-44-1May 21stMay 22nd2-3

LeagueTeam 1vs.Team 2Game 1Game 2Game 3Game 4Game 5Game 6Game 7Series
QMJHLHalifax Mooseheads (1)vs.Rouyn-Noranda Huskies (8)6-45-4 OT3-2 OT9-6   4-0
OHLBelleville Bulls (1)vs.Barrie Colts (2)3-20-54-5 OT3-4 OT3-13-11-33-4
OHLLondon Knights (1)vs.Plymouth Whalers (2)2-13-4 OT26-46-45-4 OT  4-1

LeagueTeam 1vs.Team 2Game 1Game 2Game 3Game 4Game 5Game 6Game 7Series
QMJHLHalifax Mooseheads (1)vs.Baie-Comeau Drakkar (2)4-04-31-37-45-1  4-1
OHLLondon Knights (1)vs.Barrie Colts (2)2-44-13-64-66-45-4 OT3-24-3

Memorial Cup
EventTeam 1vs.Team 2Result
Memorial CupLondon Knightsvs.Saskatoon Blades3-2
Memorial CupHalifax Mooseheadsvs.Portland Winterhawks7-4
Memorial CupHalifax Mooseheadsvs.Saskatoon BladesMay 19th
Memorial CupPortland Winterhawksvs.London KnightsMay 20th
Memorial CupHalifax Mooseheadsvs.London KnightsMay 21st
Memorial CupSaskatoon Bladesvs.Portland WinterhawksMay 22th


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04-25-2013, 02:51 AM
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Could any skaters be in the CHL draft?
There are some candidates like Markus Eisenschmid, Parker Tuomie, Maximilian Kammerer or Janik Möser.
Though Kammerer may wait another year, if he decides to go to North America at all.
There could be others but these are the ones I like best.

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Is Mathias Niederberger eligible for the upcoming 2013 NHL draft again? Any chance that he'll get picked? I mean his performances in this years playoffs are just outstanding.

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Is Mathias Niederberger eligible for the upcoming 2013 NHL draft again? Any chance that he'll get picked? I mean his performances in this years playoffs are just outstanding.
I am not completely sure, but I think he is not eligible because he turns 21 before the end of the year. I believe that restriction does not apply to non-North American players, or at least it didn't used to do. But since Niederberger is playing in North America it should apply to him.

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05-02-2013, 07:37 AM
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One way or the other, it is safe to assume that he will be sought after to a UFA contract by some team.

An AHL option is a pretty sure thing at this point, but the question is if an NHL team would be willing to give him an ELC.

Of course, there are a couple of DEL teams looking to garner his services at the moment.

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One way or the other, it is safe to assume that he will be sought after to a UFA contract by some team.

An AHL option is a pretty sure thing at this point, but the question is if an NHL team would be willing to give him an ELC.

Of course, there are a couple of DEL teams looking to garner his services at the moment.
Could see Tampa signing him (and really hope it), they have an open #5 spot for next year and pretty much everyone is better than Nagle in the ECHL. Can't see what he should have to prove more to get a chance than his current play. Even if NHL teams don't see NHL potential in him, he still should be worth a flyer for the AHL/ECHL.

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I watched the last two Colts games (#5 & #6) and I can say that Niederberger wasn't as sharp as he was before in the play-offs, but the overall team effort (especially in the will to defend the d-zone) was quite bad in the Barries last games. I hope they can win game 7, Niederberger has earned this trophy.

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Mathias Niederberger has signed a contract with Munich in the DEL.

I am a little disappointed by that, since he will probably spend most of the games sitting on the bench watching Jochen Reimer play.

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I don't understand that move either. He was pretty much on one level with every other highly rated goalie prospect in the OHL and then decides to move back to Germany to be a backup?

The least he could have done is to try it in North America for one or two years. There surely must have been a team that would have offered him a contract. He certainly would have played a bigger role than he will in the DEL.

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I don't understand that move either. He was pretty much on one level with every other highly rated goalie prospect in the OHL and then decides to move back to Germany to be a backup?

The least he could have done is to try it in North America for one or two years. There surely must have been a team that would have offered him a contract. He certainly would have played a bigger role than he will in the DEL.
It is just a 1-year-deal, and I am not totally sure if that is a good or a bad thing.
What I really don't get is, that it's Munich. I am going to assume that Steinhauer is on his way out of there, otherwise he might not even be the backup.
Also Reimer appeared in 49 out of 52 games for Munich last season leaving a grand total of 235:00 minutes of playing time for Steinhauer. Unless Niederberger gets significantly more chances he is looking at a lost year.

Also Sebastian Uvira and Philip Lehr will be returning to Germany as well. Uvira signed with Augsburg, and Lehr returns to Mannheim.

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I don't think the contract length matters much at all, NHL teams could sign him whether he is signed or not. The whole move doesn't really help him. I can't think of a single German player who came out of juniors, went back to Germany and then made the jump back to North America one year later. Once you make that move back you have to perform exceptionally well to gain back the attention, and that isn't going to happen when someone plays backup in the DEL.

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I don't think the contract length matters much at all, NHL teams could sign him whether he is signed or not. The whole move doesn't really help him. I can't think of a single German player who came out of juniors, went back to Germany and then made the jump back to North America one year later. Once you make that move back you have to perform exceptionally well to gain back the attention, and that isn't going to happen when someone plays backup in the DEL.
I also can't understand this decision as it will be probably the end of his NHL chance, although he played much better than lots of drafted goalies in the OHL.
I don't understand, why so many German players do not try to stay in the US, when i think about F.Schütz, Gogulla...

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I also can't understand this decision as it will be probably the end of his NHL chance, although he played much better than lots of drafted goalies in the OHL.
I don't understand, why so many German players do not try to stay in the US, when i think about F.Schütz, Gogulla...
True.
I mean there a many players who returned who just wouldn't make it over there, but did more or less well after their return. Guys like Reul, Bittner, Höfflin, Krämmer, Keil and to a lesser degree Ritter come to mind. Among those only Höfflin might have had a chance, but I get why they returned and it worked for them.

It also kind of worked for Gogulla and Schütz who have become stars, sort of, in the DEL which means they get more money and attention than they would have in North America, at least for a while.

On the other hand staying in North America can work, like it did for Sulzer (hopefully his injury doesn't cost him his spot on an NHL team), but there is no guarantee. Justin Krueger stuck with it, but it doesn't seem to work for him. But if he returns to Europe, he can say he went all in. Hopefully he will have a decent career regardless of where he goes.

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this may not be the right board but I have a comment and question. Where were some DEL players during the World Championship? Where was Flaake and how good is he? Where was Schubert? Why was Rieder not invited? Is Kuhnhackl healing? What's his future? I think I'm missing a few names. I was a little disappointed at some of the players who were missing

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this may not be the right board but I have a comment and question. Where were some DEL players during the World Championship? Where was Flaake and how good is he? Where was Schubert? Why was Rieder not invited? Is Kuhnhackl healing? What's his future? I think I'm missing a few names. I was a little disappointed at some of the players who were missing
Flaake was injured (broken fibula) and so was Schubert (I don't know exactly what he had). Rieder is also injured (broken hand). I have no information about Kühnhakl's healing process, and I am quite curious about that myself.

Flaake has not established himself as a dominant player on the national team, but I am very high on him. I loved his development the last couple of years and I think he could become the best German player outside of North America, and maybe the best player in the DEL, period. I just love his game, this mix of physical play, skill and goal scoring ability. Hopefully he makes a full recovery and manages to pick up where he left off.
Besides Constantin Braun Flaake was, to me, the biggest missing piece on this World Championship roster. There were some other really good players missing, but personally I missed Flaake and Braun the most.

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Thanks for the quick response. Ya, Braun was another I was thinking of. What about Marcel Mueller?

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Thanks for the quick response. Ya, Braun was another I was thinking of. What about Marcel Mueller?
Mueller was cut from the team. I am still angry about that. I get that Cortina wanted more grinders to improve the defensive play of the team, but he could have left somebody else at home. The same goes for David Wolf, who probably would have made the team if Flaake and Festerling had been available.

I also forgot about Sulzer who would have been a great help but was also injured (torn ACL, I think).

All in all this team was missing some pretty good players, that would normally be available at World Championship. But we had Ehrhoff which made up for a lot.

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Mueller was cut from the team. I am still angry about that. I get that Cortina wanted more grinders to improve the defensive play of the team, but he could have left somebody else at home.
Cortina said that Müller had motivational issues. What's the point of bringing in a player who doesn't work as hard as other players? On paper, Müller is on another level than most players of this team, but if he doesn't work hard, he just didn't deserve to get nominated.

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Cortina said that Müller had motivational issues. What's the point of bringing in a player who doesn't work as hard as other players? On paper, Müller is on another level than most players of this team, but if he doesn't work hard, he just didn't deserve to get nominated.
If that's the reason, fine, but based on the play in some of the exhibition games before the tournaments I could not see any motivational issues with Mueller. But Cortina would surely know better, working with the players the whole time.

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A quick question for anyone following this thread.

Should I continue this for next season, and if so, should I just keep this thread going or start a new one?

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A quick question for anyone following this thread.

Should I continue this for next season, and if so, should I just keep this thread going or start a new one?
Is this really a question? Please keep up the good work.

I think you should start a new thread for next season.

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Please keep it going. I don't post often but do follow it

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Is this really a question? Please keep up the good work.

I think you should start a new thread for next season.
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Please keep it going. I don't post often but do follow it
Thank you both for the kind words.

Then, I will start a new thread in early July, after the CHL Import Draft.

If anybody has suggestions of any kind (e.g. layout, additional information, etc.) just let me know.

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You're good, nothing I would change

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