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06-09-2013, 02:40 PM
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2013-2014 QMJHL Telus West Division

2013-2013 QMJHL Telus West Division

1. Drummondville Voltigeurs
2. Gatineau Olympiques
3. Rouyn-Noranda Huskies
4. Val d'Or Foreurs
5. Blainville-Boisbriand Armada
6. Sherbrooke Phoenix

Most of the teams in the division all have stellar forward groups, but very average defence. It was a real toss up for me between Drummondville and Gatineau for the top spot, but I gave it to Drummondville because their D looks to be a bit better.

Drummondville Voltigeurs

20s: Archambault, Boudens, Hawes
Euros: Balmelli

Archambault-Boudens-Lalancette
Hawes-Askew-Verrier
Gauthier-Balmelli-Ratelle
Salvail-Auger-Caouette
Fiore-Caron

Brouillard-Beaudoin
Amyot-Weber
Tessier-Aube
CarignanLabbe

Guindon
Forcier

Drummondville should have a much better year. They possess what looks to be one of the strongest forward groups in the league, lead by Archambault, Lalancette, Boudens, and Verrier. It will also be interesting to see how Cam Askew fairs out, as he was looked upon as a top five pick in the draft before falling to Drummondville. Their defence an goaltending may not be strong, but they could surprise. They should have a lethal PP.

Euro pick prediction = Defenceman

Gatineau Olympiques

20s: Brouillard, Steeves, Tardif-Richard
Euros: Reway

Reway-Burke-Brouillard
Poirier-Dunn-TardifRichard
Courtemanche-Dostie-Alain
Bohemier-Bourcier-Kielly
Bent-Boudreau

Beauregard-Carrier
Latulippe-CrevierMorin
Deslauriers-Sheppard
Lavigne

Steeves
Brassard

Expect Gatineau to turn it around, and have a strong season. Trades for Brouillard and Dunn have deepened the Olympiques forward group a ton. The two of them, along with Reway, Burke, and Poirier should lead a stingy offence. Their defence will be rather weak, but Beauregard and Carrier should be able to handle top pairing duty. Latulippe and Crevier-Morin played together in Midget this winter, so that'll make for an easier transition for the two of them. Steeves may not be back, as there are rumors of him joining Miramichi (MHL), and that Gatineau will acquire a 20 year old defenseman. Apparently Kielly also wants out of town. Brassard is the goalie of the future for this team, but he may not be ready for starter duty just yet.

Euro pick prediction = Defenseman

Rouyn-Noranda Huskies

20s: Mercier, Power
Euros:

StCyr-Dea-Perron
L. O'Brien-Power-Lemay
Fortin-Mercier-Nantel
Slight-F. Caron-Tibbo
Q. O'Brien

Fournier-Guénette
Leclerc-Bois
A. Caron-Pietroniro
White-Lauzon

Bélanger
Gingras

After getting two new Euros, I expect the Huskies to be strong again. The offence will definitely be missing Kucherov and Andrighetto, but most of the depth is still intact. Dea and St-Cyr will lead that group, and Fournier will be the no. 1 on what looks to be a solid D core. Bélanger is a promising netminder as well, so I expect them to be pretty good.

Euro pick prediction = 1 forward, 1 defenceman

Val d'Or Foreurs

20s: Gazzola, Gélinas, S. Henley
Euros:

S. Henley-AubéKubel-Mantha
Gauthier-Poudrier-Marcotte
Morin-Beauregard-Kosik
Paradis-Presseault-Lapointe
Richard*

Gélinas-Gazzola
RiouxLegault-Fraser
D. Henley-Galipeau
Villeneuve

Tremblay
Bouchard

This team has a lot of firepower up front, and Gélinas and Gazzola will be some of the top offensive d-men guys in the league. The one problem with this team is depth, and it's hurting both up front, and on the back end. Mantha will have to be more consistent, and Aubé-Kubel will need to progress for this team to be competitive. Anthony Richard wants out, so we could possibly see him traded in a package for Nicholas Roy, to Cape Breton. It will also be cool to see the third Henley play for the team, and it's too bad that he wasn't a year older, so they could've all played together. Tremblay, who will probably be playing his last year of junior, will need to be better, as Trudeau took over late last year.

Euro pick predictions = 2 forwards

Blainville-Boisbriand Armada

20s: Marcoux, Marti, Picard
Euros: Jevpalovs, Marti

Clapperton-Sanche-Roy
Jevpalovs-Hinds-Grandmaison
Cusson-Hodhod-Martel
Houle-Côte-Mongo
Mackenzie-Strong

Marti-Picard
Leduc-Bahl
Hoyles-Bédard
Beaudoin-Bérubé

Marcoux
Decelles
Phaneuf

Blainville-Boisbriand will be an alright team this year, but don't look like a contender. Marcoux may keep them in a lot of games, but the team won't be good enough. Their top line is more of a second line, and Roy will be depended on, as will Clapperton for the majority of the scoring. If Marti returns, him and Picard will form what isn't a bad defensive unit, but definitely not a good one either. It'll most likely be a down year for the Armada.

(if Marti is gone) Euro pick prediction = Defenseman

Sherbrooke Phoenix

20s: Desrosiers, Laflamme, Plante, Rioux
Euros: Kamaev, Lysenko

Laflamme-Plante-Kamaev
Desbiens-Audette-Rioux
Fontaine-Couture-Deslauriers
Murphy-Germain-Grenier
Sills-Landry

Lysenko-Roy
TalbotTassi-Boily
Deschamps-Neill
Lebrasseur-Laverdure

Desrosiers
Parent

The Phoenix won't be a great team, but they won't be a terrible team either. Laflamme and Kamaev will lead the offence, and it will be interesting to see how youngsters Audette and Deslauriers progress and if they can contribute. The heavy hitting Lysenko, Deschamps, and Boily will lead the defence, with puck movers Talbot-Tassi, Neill, and Roy. Desrosiers finally will get a starting gig in the league, and it will be good to see how he reacts.

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2013-2013 QMJHL Telus West Division


Blainville-Boisbriand Armada

20s: Marcoux, Marti, Picard
Euros: Jevpalovs, Marti

Clapperton-Sanche-Roy
Jevpalovs-Hinds-Grandmaison
Cusson-Hodhod-Martel
Houle-Côte-Mongo
Mackenzie-Strong

Marti-Picard
Leduc-Bahl
Hoyles-Bédard
Beaudoin-Bérubé

Marcoux
Decelles
Phaneuf

Blainville-Boisbriand will be an alright team this year, but don't look like a contender. Marcoux may keep them in a lot of games, but the team won't be good enough. Their top line is more of a second line, and Roy will be depended on, as will Clapperton for the majority of the scoring. If Marti returns, him and Picard will form what isn't a bad defensive unit, but definitely not a good one either. It'll most likely be a down year for the Armada.

(if Marti is gone) Euro pick prediction = Defenseman
Don't think the Armada will have that rough of a season honestly. Marcoux in top shape is basically the best goalie in the league. Sure, size is an issue and defense is a question mark, but there arnt a whole lot of teams right now that are really stacked in the Q. BLB will be able to compete night in and night out.

Clappy and Roy are so underrated. They are legit 1st liners not sure why you would call them 2nd liners. Sanche had a tremendous rookie year. Only thing you can say about them is they are small but in the Q reg season it's not that big of a deal. I believe Tesink will be back if not maybe a free agent can come in (like Hinds last season). No reason why Hodhod, Jevpalovs, Martel wouldn't be improved. That's a solid corps of forwards... maybe the fastest in the league.

On defense there is so many names that there is bound to be a solid top-4 that emerges from this. Picard, Leduc are solid vets. Bahl should be able to establis himself as a top-2 D. The euro pick will be important and I wouldnt be opposed to Marti coming back. As a 20-yrs old he could be similar to Abeltshauser from Halifax. That would make a solid top-4 and believe me guys like Beaudoin and Bedard played really well this past season. They will be hungry for more at training camp. Hoyles is a solid player as well, good bottom pairing guy and will be entering his 3rd season already with the team.

With Bouchard and Houle there's no way this team finishes this far down... they won the division with a lot less two years ago.

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Based on the lineup above ,, I don't see Rouyn Noranda near the top... Looks like they'll have a tough year.

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Based on the lineup above ,, I don't see Rouyn Noranda near the top... Looks like they'll have a tough year.
I don't agree with you. They have a ton of good players lead by Dea who should get around 100 pts and Fournier who might be the best D in the league. Bélanger has also proved in the playoffs he can be a solid goaltender and he has great potential. This team also has a lot of depth and have played a very physical style in the past. I see them as a top-5 team right now (but I expect Quebec and Halifax to make big splashes at the euro draft).

Perron, Nantel and Slight I expect those three kids to have very big seasons.

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Sherbrooke will be fun to watch again.

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My lineup for Sherbrooke

Kamaev - Audette - Laflamme
Fontaine - Sills - Deslauriers
Desbiens -Plante - Rioux
Murphy - Couture- Germain
Grenier Domingue Lesway

Talbot-Tassi - Neill
Deschamps - Roy
Lysenko - Laverdure
Fillion Boily

Desrosiers
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I see depth offensively but lack of firepower overall. The kids will have to step up and carry the offense (Audette, Deslauriers, Sills, Fontaine).

The defence is arguably the best in the division, and in the net, it's average at best.

Also, I believe Cole Hawes won't be playing for Drummondville.

This division will be very tight, I don't expect anyone to outright dominate it, besides maybe Gatineau depending on how the new players adapt.

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My lineup for Sherbrooke

Kamaev - Audette - Laflamme
Fontaine - Sills - Deslauriers
Desbiens -Plante - Rioux
Murphy - Couture- Germain
Grenier Domingue Lesway

Talbot-Tassi - Neill
Deschamps - Roy
Lysenko - Laverdure
Fillion Boily

Desrosiers
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I see depth offensively but lack of firepower overall. The kids will have to step up and carry the offense (Audette, Deslauriers, Sills, Fontaine).

The defence is arguably the best in the division, and in the net, it's average at best.

Also, I believe Cole Hawes won't be playing for Drummondville.

This division will be very tight, I don't expect anyone to outright dominate it, besides maybe Gatineau depending on how the new players adapt.
Sherbrooke has a young D, but it's good.

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We will pick two european at the import draft. I think it will be a d-men and a forward.
the 20 years old next season will probably be Boudens, L.-Lemay and Archambault (if he came back) Cole Hawes will not be here next seaon.

For the drummondville defense it will be:
F. Lambert-Lemay (20 yrs old) - N. Brouillard
D. Weber - C.-David Beaudoin
A. Tessier - Mathieu Amyot

It will be the 6 d-men for the moment. I think they can draft a d-men in the euro draft so Tessier can be 7 defensement.

For the Forward:

First line:
Lalancette - M. Boudens (20 yrs old)- Archambault (20 yrs old)
Second line:
Verrier - Cam Askew - euro or trade
Third line:
G. Gauthier - J. Auger - J. Ratelle
Fourth line:
O. Caouette - Giovanni Fiore - Salvail/young player from the draft

Caron don't have place for him and I prefer a young player to be in the team.

For the goalie, only L-P Guindon have is place. For the second goalie, we will have to wait until the pre-season.

If Joe Fleschler want to stay this year, he can be the second of Guindon. He do a good job last year at the pre-camp.

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Early point predictions;

Blainville :
1 - Marc-Olivier Roy - 86
2 - Christopher Clapperton - 83
3 - Ryan Tesink - 61
4 - Phillipe Sanche - 60
5 - Danick Martel - 49
6 - Nikita Jevpalovs - 48
7 - Samuel Hodhod - 46
8 - Olivier Picard - 40
9 - Marcus Hinds - 36
10 - Julien Bahl - 35

Drummondville:
1 - Christophe Lalancette - 80
2 - Guillaume Gauthier - 65
3 - Jerome Verrier - 64
4 - Joey Ratelle - 58
5 - Nikolas Brouillard - 57
6 - Matthew Boudens - 54
7 - Cameron Askew - 47
8 - Cole Hawes - 43
9 - Charles-David Beaudoin - 34
10 - Jeremy Auger - 33

Gatineau:
1 - Marc-Olivier Brouillard - 92
2 - Martin Reway - 87
3 - Emile Poirier - 81
4 - Taylor Burke - 66
5 - Vincent Dunn - 59
6 - Alexandre Carrier - 51
7 - Simon Tardiff-Richard - 46
8 - Jean-Simon Deslauriers - 39
9 - Kameron Kielly - 38
10 - Deric Boudreau - 34

Rouyn-Noranda:
1 - Jean-Sebastien Dea - 99
2 - Maxime St-Cyr - 77
3 - Francis Perron - 73
4 - Marcus Power - 68
5 - Dillon Fournier - 61
6 - Gabriel Slight - 49
7 - Justin Guenette - 45
8 - Mathieu Lemay - 40
9 - Julien Nantel - 38
10- Liam O'Brien - 35

Sherbrooke:
1 - Denis Kamaev - 79
2 - Daniel Audette - 76
3 - Jean-Christophe Laflamme - 51
4 - Jean-Francois Plante - 46
5 - Carl Neill - 41
6 - Brandon Lesway - 39
7 - Alexandre Sills - 35
8 - Vladislav Lysenko - 34
9 - Simon Desbiens - 33
10 - Vincent Deslauriers - 32

Val d'Or:
1 - Anthony Mantha - 96
2 - Nicolas Aube-Kubel - 66
3 - Samuel Henley - 64
4 - Anthony Richard - 56
5 - Louick Marcotte - 55
6 - Pierre-Maxime Poudrier - 47
7 - Guillaume Gelinas - 39
8 - Jeremie Fraser - 36
9 - Julien Gauthier - 33
10 - Jessy Morin - 32

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Some random thoughts on the Olympiques prediction.

I strongly suspect that we'll be drafting a European defenceman. I have no idea what to make of the Steeves situation though. I could see us giving Brassard the chance to start if that doesn't work out, and that would open the door for the potential acquisition of either a new starting goalie or an OA defenceman. One way or the other, we'll need a sixth defenceman. I'd rather have Bélanger than Lavigne... Lavigne is pretty terrible.

I think it's worth noting too that Groulx says that the rumours about Kielly wanting out are false, and that Sheppard played most of the year last year as a forward. He also looked better as a forward, and I think he'll stay up again next year.

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Early point predictions;

Sherbrooke:
1 - Denis Kamaev - 79
2 - Daniel Audette - 76
3 - Jean-Christophe Laflamme - 51
4 - Jean-Francois Plante - 46
5 - Carl Neill - 41
6 - Brandon Lesway - 39
7 - Alexandre Sills - 35
8 - Vladislav Lysenko - 34
9 - Simon Desbiens - 33
10 - Vincent Deslauriers - 32

I have a hard time believing Lysenko will outscore Tassi and Roy.

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Anthony Brodeur. That is all.

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Looks like Kamaev is done with the 'Q. He wants to stay in Russia next season.

Big blow for Sherbrooke.

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I have a hard time believing Lysenko will outscore Tassi and Roy.
I agree. He's a very physical , stay at home defenceman that plays a simple game. Not really much of a point getter.

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I agree. He's a very physical , stay at home defenceman that plays a simple game. Not really much of a point getter.
He could get 25 or so points, but Roy and Tassi are far better offensively than he is. Lysenko basically has his slapper from the point, he has no vision whatsoever and dumps the puck in when he has no options. Roy is a puck-carrier that loves to get involved offensively and Tassi is very good at distributing the puck on PP.

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Val d'Or:
1 - Anthony Mantha - 96
2 - Nicolas Aube-Kubel - 66
3 - Samuel Henley - 64
4 - Anthony Richard - 56
5 - Louick Marcotte - 55
6 - Pierre-Maxime Poudrier - 47
7 - Guillaume Gelinas - 39
8 - Jeremie Fraser - 36
9 - Julien Gauthier - 33
10 - Jessy Morin - 32
Richard is leaving Val d'Or. Not happy with ice-time. lol

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Richard is leaving Val d'Or. Not happy with ice-time. lol
He's supposed to come back.

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Gatineau and Drummond looks very good for next season

#1 Gatineau (93) - needs depth on D but very solid, great offense
#2 Drummondville (92) - quite solid everywhere, Archy might be back
#3 Rouyn-Noranda (85) - really like their team
#4 Val d'Or (73) - some question marks in goal, decent roster overall
#5 Boisbriand (66) - having some doubts on their D and depth
#6 Sherbrooke (53) - Losing Kamaev will hurt big time

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Gatineau and Drummond looks very good for next season

#1 Gatineau (93) - needs depth on D but very solid, great offense
#2 Drummondville (92) - quite solid everywhere, Archy might be back
#3 Rouyn-Noranda (85) - really like their team
#4 Val d'Or (73) - some question marks in goal, decent roster overall
#5 Boisbriand (66) - having some doubts on their D and depth
#6 Sherbrooke (53) - Losing Kamaev will hurt big time
Should be a tough division.

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GAT:
Dunn - Poirier - Reway
Karabacek - Burke - Brouillard
Kielly - Tardif-Richard - Bourcier
Boudreau - Bent - Bohemier

Deslauriers - Beauregard
Sheppard - Carrier
Latulippe - Lavigne

Steeves - Brassard - Brodeur

DRU:
Askew - Lalancette - Archambault
Boudens - Verrier - Gauthier
Auger - Golovkovs - Ratelle
Fiore - Salvail - Caouette

Brouillard - Lambert-Lemay
Beaudoin - Boikov
Tessier - Weber

Guindon - ?

ROU:
Fuchs - Dea - St-Cyr
Perron - Power - Lemay
Slight - Mercier - Nantel
O'Brien - O'Brien - ?

Baldayev - Fournier
Bois - Guenette
Caron - Leclerc

Belanger - Hozjan

VD:
Aube-Kubel - Richard - Mantha
Henley - Sille - Marcotte
Gauthier - Poudrier - Sladkovsky
Morin - Presseault - Beauregard

Gelinas - Fraser
Rioux-Legault - Henley
Galipeau - Myrand

Trudeau - Tremblay - Bouchard

BLB:
Clapperton - Tesink - Jevpalovs
Hodhod - Martel - Roy
Sanche - Aronsson - Hinds
? - Grandmaison - Cusson

Picard - Bahl
Hoyles - Leduc
Bedard - Beaudoin

Marcoux - Phaneuf - Decelles

SHE:
Audette - Plante - Desbiens
Lesway - Wieser - Laflamme
Deslauriers - Rioux - Murphy
Couture - Sills - Fontaine

Lysenko - Neill
Talbot-Tassi - Deschamps
Roy - Boily

Desrosiers - Parent

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Roy on the 3rd pairing ?

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Roy on the 3rd pairing ?
It could very well happen, but considering how balanced the Defense is, I expect Vallée to give pretty much the same ice time to all three pairings 5v5. Roy will get 1st PP minutes right away, don't worry he'll get plenty of ice.

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Can anyone tell me anything about Pierre-Maxime Poudrier?
I have seen on EliteProspect that he is Swiss, but unless the other Swiss players he was never mentioned in our media back home. He has the Canadian passport as well, so he proabaly grew up in Canada.

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Nathan MacKinnon
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Meeting the Gatineau Olympiques today and I dont know squat about then except Emile Poirier and Martin Reway lmao

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