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06-26-2013, 03:37 PM
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These players will be in their 1st year of Midget this coming season. I would know because 2016 is my draft year. (Not saying I'll get drafted or have a chance too btw!)
2016 is my draft year as well! (Obviously not going to be drafted ) I'll feel old once the draft comes by...
Anyways, Verba seems to have lots of potential, where do you guys rank him?

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Anyways, Verba seems to have lots of potential, where do you guys rank him?
I'm assuming only a very select few have seen him on this board. If he's better than

Rubstov, Naumenko, Shabanov, Poluektov, he's pretty damn impressive, as all 4 of those guys looked better than any of Ontario's vaunted '98's.

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07-16-2013, 11:37 PM
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2013 IIHF HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT CAMP Vierumäki, FINLAND
http://www.iihf.com/channels1213/hdc/home.html

Scoring Leaders:
1. Mikhail Mescheryakov 6 (16+8) 24 Russia
2. Maxim Chuvilov 6 (14+8) 22 Russia
http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/edu/data...00_85B_6_0.pdf

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2013 IIHF HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT CAMP Vierumäki, FINLAND
http://www.iihf.com/channels1213/hdc/home.html

Scoring Leaders:
1. Mikhail Mescheryakov 6 (16+8) 24 Russia
2. Maxim Chuvilov 6 (14+8) 22 Russia
http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/edu/data...00_85B_6_0.pdf
Cool links! Thanks for passing those along.

Regina Pats prospect Sam Steel is #3! Big time player!

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07-20-2013, 06:09 PM
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i was too lazy to update some of the stats

1. Tyler Benson—F—SSAC Alberta 5’11/185 20 36 56 92
2. Chad Krys—D—Connecticut Oilers 5’11/165 49 20 51 71
3. Dmitry Sokolov—Omsk 97 6’00/180 34 44 38 82
4. Sean Day—D—Compuware 6’02/196 63 11 24 35
5. Mikey McLeod—F—Toronto Marlbros 6’01/000 00 00 00 00
6. Sam Steel—F—Strathcona 5’11/140 31 52 52 104
7. Kale Clague—D—Lloydminster Heat 5’11/170 33 35 42 77
8. Logan Brown—F—St Louis MM 6’05/200
9. Luke Kirwan—F—Islanders Hockey Club 6’01/200 34 11 05 16
10. Vitaly Abramov—F—Traktor 98 5’07/140 27 49 55 108
11. Keith Getson—F—Scottsburn 5’11/180 00 00 00 00
12. Clayton Keller—F—Shattuck 0’00/000 60 58 71 129
13. Michael Campoli—D—Lac St Louis 6’02/180 28 06 23 29
14. Mitchelle Balmas—F—Breton Sports 5’10/145 00 00 00 00
15. Joseph Mizzi—F—Toronto Malboros 5’08/150 00 00 00 00
16. Jesse Pulujarvi—F—Karpat U18 6’02/165 15 09 07 16
17. Evan Fitzpatrick—G—Newbridge 6’01/170 10 05 2.56 .000
18. Josh Anderson—D—Cowichan 6’02/190 52 18 52 70
19. Nolan Patrick—F—Winnipeg Hawks 6’02/172 19 33 42 75
20. Jack Lafontaine--G--Don Mills 6'01/170
21. Matthew Tkachuk—F—St Louis U16 5’11/165 41 25 57 82
22. Artyom Rozhkovsky—F—Avangard 96 6’01/200 31 11 27 38
23. Luke Green—D—Mobil 1 Barons 5’10/155 00 00 00 00
24. Tim Wahlgren—F—Kramfors 5’09/139 33 13 07 20
25. Patrik Laine—F—Tappara U18 6’02/187 27 17 09 26
26. Adam Mascherin—F—Tor Jr Canadiens 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
27. Hunter Moreau—F—West Island 5’08/162 25 29 14 43
28. Victor Mete—D—Jr Canadiens 5’09/140 00 00 00 00
29. Julien Gauthier--F--Montreal 6'02/202 42 12 20 32
30. David Quenneville--D--SSAC 5'10/150 20 19 19 38
Somehow I totally missed this post by Scoutman. I'm intrested in Chad Krys, Is he better than Sean Day and what are your thoughts on Sokolov, Abramov, Pulujarvi?

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07-20-2013, 08:01 PM
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I had the same question about Krys compared to Day. I've heard wonderful things about Sean Day.

I have seen Krys play a good amount this summer and I think he is a great D-man. His poise with the puck in unparalleled. The only thing missing from his game at this point is a booming slapper to go along with his quick release snapper. Can make all of the in tight passes necessary to play on the PP.

I haven't seen Sean Day to make a comparison. All I can say is the Krys was easily the best player out of New England for this age group.

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another player, not saying hes a going to be a nhl prospect... but a 98 born player thread here

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Wow there's 2 players with the first name Jagger eligible for the 2016 NHL draft. Maybe he'll play in the OHL. How about Goaltender Troy Timpano, I saw he was a 2nd round pick in this years OHL draft and he a late 1997 born so he's 2016. How does he compare to the other 3 goalies I've seen on lists so far Jack LaFontaine, Evan Fitzpatrick, and Ryan Kubic.

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I had the same question about Krys compared to Day. I've heard wonderful things about Sean Day.

I have seen Krys play a good amount this summer and I think he is a great D-man. His poise with the puck in unparalleled. The only thing missing from his game at this point is a booming slapper to go along with his quick release snapper. Can make all of the in tight passes necessary to play on the PP.

I haven't seen Sean Day to make a comparison. All I can say is the Krys was easily the best player out of New England for this age group.
Here you go. Enjoy.

http://reelhockeyscouting.com/2012/1...ware-12-16-12/

Day is #4 on Compuware, just in case anyone on here wasn't sure.

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I heard a 15 year old ('98) in Northern Ontario (NOHA) is making noise, 6'5 Goalie.

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Here you go. Enjoy.

http://reelhockeyscouting.com/2012/1...ware-12-16-12/

Day is #4 on Compuware, just in case anyone on here wasn't sure.
Thanks for sharing!

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Any info on Sokolov and Abramov. Cant find much about either.

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2013 IIHF HOCKEY DEVELOPMENT CAMP Vierumäki, FINLAND
http://www.iihf.com/channels1213/hdc/home.html

Scoring Leaders:
1. Mikhail Mescheryakov 6 (16+8) 24 Russia
2. Maxim Chuvilov 6 (14+8) 22 Russia
http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/edu/data...00_85B_6_0.pdf
Interesting to see Sam Duggan from GB 11th in points, how good are these other kids who attended?

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So far from everything ive seen and read two early favourites for the top 5 are sokolov and day.

on a side note--half these kids are 13-14, 15 and are 6'2+, 190+ lbs. What the hell are kids being fed these days

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Hudson Elyniuk

I can't believe Hudson Elyniuk hasn't cracked these lists. PLayed for Kootenay in the playoffs and is going to be ahuge forward. Also is Pat Elyniuk's son. He could be playing with Reinhart this season in Kootenay. Has already registered a point in the WHL and stands 6-2.

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Interesting to see Sam Duggan from GB 11th in points, how good are these other kids who attended?
There are players from 42 different countries at the camp so the quality varies wildly.

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There are players from 42 different countries at the camp so the quality varies wildly.
But what about the ones from elite countries who attended; are they the top prospects from those countries? Are the two Russian kids who led the scoring the top Russian players of their age?

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But what about the ones from elite countries who attended; are they the top prospects from those countries? Are the two Russian kids who led the scoring the top Russian players of their age?
I can't comment on the Russians but there were certainly some top North American players there. The vast majority of players who participated came from very weak hockey countries so it's pointless to read much into the stats.

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I can't comment on the Russians but there were certainly some top North American players there. The vast majority of players who participated came from very weak hockey countries so it's pointless to read much into the stats.
Ok, thanks for the info. Does the IIHF do this sort of thing every year or is this the first time? It's nice to see them helping out some of the top players from weaker countries

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Ok, thanks for the info. Does the IIHF do this sort of thing every year or is this the first time? It's nice to see them helping out some of the top players from weaker countries
Yes, this IIHF camp has been held for quite a while now. I remember Kyle Okposo being there ten years ago. I believe they bring in coaches from many different countries as well to teach all the kids the various methods of development from around the world. It certainly seems like a very cool experience for those involved.

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1. Tyler Benson—F—SSAC Alberta 5’11/185 20 36 56 92
2. Chad Krys—D—Connecticut Oilers 5’11/165 49 20 51 71
3. Dmitry Sokolov—Omsk 97 6’00/180 34 44 38 82
4. Sean Day—D—Compuware 6’02/196 63 11 24 35
5. Mikey McLeod—F—Toronto Marlbros 6’01/000 00 00 00 00
6. Sam Steel—F—Strathcona 5’11/140 31 52 52 104
7. Kale Clague—D—Lloydminster Heat 5’11/170 33 35 42 77
8. Logan Brown—F—St Louis MM 6’05/200
9. Luke Kirwan—F—Islanders Hockey Club 6’01/200 34 11 05 16
10. Vitaly Abramov—F—Traktor 98 5’07/140 27 49 55 108
11. Keith Getson—F—Scottsburn 5’11/180 00 00 00 00
12. Clayton Keller—F—Shattuck 0’00/000 60 58 71 129
13. Michael Campoli—D—Lac St Louis 6’02/180 28 06 23 29
14. Mitchelle Balmas—F—Breton Sports 5’10/145 00 00 00 00
15. Joseph Mizzi—F—Toronto Malboros 5’08/150 00 00 00 00
16. Jesse Pulujarvi—F—Karpat U18 6’02/165 15 09 07 16
17. Evan Fitzpatrick—G—Newbridge 6’01/170 10 05 2.56 .000
18. Josh Anderson—D—Cowichan 6’02/190 52 18 52 70
19. Nolan Patrick—F—Winnipeg Hawks 6’02/172 19 33 42 75
20. Jack Lafontaine--G--Don Mills 6'01/170
21. Matthew Tkachuk—F—St Louis U16 5’11/165 41 25 57 82
22. Artyom Rozhkovsky—F—Avangard 96 6’01/200 31 11 27 38
23. Luke Green—D—Mobil 1 Barons 5’10/155 00 00 00 00
24. Tim Wahlgren—F—Kramfors 5’09/139 33 13 07 20
25. Patrik Laine—F—Tappara U18 6’02/187 27 17 09 26
26. Adam Mascherin—F—Tor Jr Canadiens 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
27. Hunter Moreau—F—West Island 5’08/162 25 29 14 43
28. Victor Mete—D—Jr Canadiens 5’09/140 00 00 00 00
29. Julien Gauthier--F--Montreal 6'02/202 42 12 20 32
30. David Quenneville--D--SSAC 5'10/150 20 19 19 38

Scoutman's list is probably the best list out there for 2016 for now. I'd really like to hear some more about Sokolov and Abramov. Maybe a breif description of there game or more stats. Just really curuios since I've heard that Sokolov/Abramov could be the best prospects from russia since Ovechkin/Malkin. Still long ways too go obviously but still intresting to hear

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1. Tyler Benson—F—SSAC Alberta 5’11/185 20 36 56 92
2. Chad Krys—D—Connecticut Oilers 5’11/165 49 20 51 71
3. Dmitry Sokolov—Omsk 97 6’00/180 34 44 38 82
4. Sean Day—D—Compuware 6’02/196 63 11 24 35
5. Mikey McLeod—F—Toronto Marlbros 6’01/000 00 00 00 00
6. Sam Steel—F—Strathcona 5’11/140 31 52 52 104
7. Kale Clague—D—Lloydminster Heat 5’11/170 33 35 42 77
8. Logan Brown—F—St Louis MM 6’05/200
9. Luke Kirwan—F—Islanders Hockey Club 6’01/200 34 11 05 16
10. Vitaly Abramov—F—Traktor 98 5’07/140 27 49 55 108
11. Keith Getson—F—Scottsburn 5’11/180 00 00 00 00
12. Clayton Keller—F—Shattuck 0’00/000 60 58 71 129
13. Michael Campoli—D—Lac St Louis 6’02/180 28 06 23 29
14. Mitchelle Balmas—F—Breton Sports 5’10/145 00 00 00 00
15. Joseph Mizzi—F—Toronto Malboros 5’08/150 00 00 00 00
16. Jesse Pulujarvi—F—Karpat U18 6’02/165 15 09 07 16
17. Evan Fitzpatrick—G—Newbridge 6’01/170 10 05 2.56 .000
18. Josh Anderson—D—Cowichan 6’02/190 52 18 52 70
19. Nolan Patrick—F—Winnipeg Hawks 6’02/172 19 33 42 75
20. Jack Lafontaine--G--Don Mills 6'01/170
21. Matthew Tkachuk—F—St Louis U16 5’11/165 41 25 57 82
22. Artyom Rozhkovsky—F—Avangard 96 6’01/200 31 11 27 38
23. Luke Green—D—Mobil 1 Barons 5’10/155 00 00 00 00
24. Tim Wahlgren—F—Kramfors 5’09/139 33 13 07 20
25. Patrik Laine—F—Tappara U18 6’02/187 27 17 09 26
26. Adam Mascherin—F—Tor Jr Canadiens 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
27. Hunter Moreau—F—West Island 5’08/162 25 29 14 43
28. Victor Mete—D—Jr Canadiens 5’09/140 00 00 00 00
29. Julien Gauthier--F--Montreal 6'02/202 42 12 20 32
30. David Quenneville--D--SSAC 5'10/150 20 19 19 38

Scoutman's list is probably the best list out there for 2016 for now. I'd really like to hear some more about Sokolov and Abramov. Maybe a breif description of there game or more stats. Just really curuios since I've heard that Sokolov/Abramov could be the best prospects from russia since Ovechkin/Malkin. Still long ways too go obviously but still intresting to hear
That's high praise but if Abramov doesn't grow much it could be a problem, he'd basically be another Sergei Tolchinsky.

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Any breif scouting reports for any of these 2016's? I found it way easier to gather info on 2015 prospects last year at this time. This year is alittle harder

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