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I found on nice article regarding some 2016's play in various tournaments. I'll list of few of the players who have been mentioned on here.

World Selects Invitational Tournament (‘98s)

SEAN DAY, D, ’98 (East Coast Selects-O) 6-2/195 — Day was recently granted ‘exceptional player’ status by Hockey Canada, meaning he, like Connor McDavid last year, Aaron Ekblad in 2011, and John Tavares in 2005, will be able to play in the OHL as a 15 year old. Day is touted as the top ’98-born player in North America and it is pretty easy to see why. He is big, his skating is flawless, and he plays with quite a bit of snarl — a tough kid, he can throw punishing open-ice hits. A Canadian citizen who played in the US this year for Compuware’s U16 team, Day has the potential to be a franchise defenseman at the NHL level. Selected #4 overall in the OHL draft earlier this month, Day will suit up for the Mississauga Steelheads in the fall.

CLAYTON KELLER, F, ’98 (New England Nordiques) 5-8/150 — We saw the Shattuck-St. Mary’s forward at Nationals a couple of weeks ago, and wrote that he reminded us of Zach Parise at the same age. We’ll stick with that. The Bellville, Ill. native is an effortless skater with a top-notch skill set. Makes plays every time he touches the puck. Is only going to get better when he begins to fill out. Our only knock on him is that we would like to see him add some more finish to his game — he’s definitely a ‘pass first’ player. Regardless, we’re convinced Keller is a young star in the making.

JESSE PULJUJARVI, F, ’98 (Finland Selects) 6-1/180 — Big, strong, powerful, and skilled. Plays the game an awful lot like Jaromir Jagr. While he appears to be exerting less than maximum effort, he is actually accomplishing a lot. Has excellent poise with the puck and is as strong as an ox when it comes to protecting it. Regarded as one of the top young prospects in Finland and plays with kids two years older. Was a notch above the other European players here. Needless to say, you can count on hearing Puljujarvi’s name a lot in the years to come.

VICTOR METE, D, ’98 (Pro Hockey I) 5-9/160 — Offensive-minded defender is an excellent skater. Is small, but stocky and strong on his feet. Took the puck end-to-end on multiple occasions. Did not play on a particularly strong team here. Plays in the GTHL for the Toronto Jr. Canadiens.

PATRICK KHODORENKO, F, ’98 (East Coast Selects-Q) 5-11/170 — Was our #1 ranked forward at the U14 Nationals and deserved that billing. However, he did not play with the same sense of urgency here, finding himself on the perimeter a lot. Has a high-end skill level combined with excellent vision. Played for Honeybaked this season, though he lives in San Jose, California and is originally from Russia. We are not quite sure what his citizenship is, but if he is indeed an American he will likely be watched closely by the NTDP staff over the upcoming season.


U14 Nationals Review


PATRICK KHODORENKO, F, ’98 (Detroit Honeybaked) — The San Jose, California native plays on a deep, strong, and talented team – and he really stands out. Is dangerous at all times and is able to be both a formidable scorer and passer. Posted three goals in each of his first two games, and assisted on all three of his team’s goals in a 3-2 win over Shattuck in the championship game. If we were to hand out an MVP award it would go to Khodorenko who posted a 7-8-15 scoring line in just six games played. Our only knock on the lethal forward is that he does have some earmarks of an early developer as he stands about 5’10” and is stronger than most of his peers.

CLAYTON KELLER, F, ’98 (Shattuck-St. Mary’s) — Swansea, Ill. native is smart, skilled, and a lot of fun to watch. Keller is going to be a big-time player: he just makes plays every time he touches the puck and has the speed to take it to the net himself. Was by far the leading scorer on a very talented Shattuck U14 team, posting a 53-68-121 scoring line in just 54 games played. An elite talent who will have every option -- NTDP, NCAA, and OHL -- to choose from in the near future.

...Shattuck forward Clayton Keller has been consistently excellent. He’s very high-end, a young Zach Parise-type of player.

LOGAN BROWN, F, ’98 (St. Louis Blues) — The top pro prospect in this age group. Has scouts salivating because his upside is through the roof. It is not every day you find forwards who are 6’4”, can skate, have vision, can score goals, and play in the tough ice. We are not saying he is going to be the next Eric Lindros, but he certainly has a chance to be.

...The best pro prospect at the ’98 level is St. Louis Blues forward Logan Brown, who’s huge -- 6’3”, maybe even 6’4”. While we think the three kids above are more polished and have actually played better here, Brown, the son of former NHL defenseman and current Indiana Ice (USHL) head coach Jeff Brown, is a great prospect, and one with all the earmarks of a pro. Naturally, he’s still growing into his body.

RYAN LINDGREN, D, ’98 (Shattuck-St. Mary’s) — The Lakeville, Minn. native was the top defender here at the U14 level. Impacts the game every shift both offensively and defensively. Lindgren is a big kid who can skate and be downright dominant at times. Posted a 21-59-80 scoring line in just 50 games played this season.

...Shattuck’s Ryan Lindgren has been excellent. From the blue line, he is his team’s leading overall scorer. And that’s saying something: there’s some serious talent up front for Shattuck

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98 defenceman Josh Anderson of the Prince George Cougars has 2 assists in 2 preseason games and is a + 4, most impressive thing perhaps is that he's listed at 6'3 216 at 15..

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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
Any changes to this top 30 after summer or does anyone else have a ranking? Also were do you see these players ranked as of now for the 2016 NHL draft.

Cole Candela
Ryan Lindgren (suprised he's not a top 10-20)
Nick Pastujov
Nicholas McKeeby
Michael Latorella
Mitchell Lewandowski
Adam Fox
Jacob Moverare
Brandon Saigeon
Dante Fabbro
Tyson Jost
Nicholas Sicoly
Jaegar White (puts up great stats)
Ryan Edquist ( isnt he one of the best '98 born goalies, was he drafted in the WHL draft)
Max Jones
Jakub Chychrun
Troy Timpano G (Was the first goalie drafted in the OHL this year, but thats all I really know about him? Does he look like he has 1st round potential)
Dante Fabbro


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09-08-2013, 07:23 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
I'm just realizing that Nolan Patrick is a late 1998 so he's 2017 eligible.

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Where would you place Tim Wahlgren now, Scoutman? After his dominating performance in TV-pucken, should he be listed higher then 24?

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Joey Anderson commited to University of Minnesota-Duluth as an 8th grader.

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Jacob Chychrun -- Announced today that he will be playing for the Toronto Jr. Canadians (paper work pending)

Chad Krys -- Great skating, offensive minded D-man. Makes great passes and will run the PP for every team that he is on for the duration of his career.

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seriously, are they getting them that young and can project 5 years in the future that he is worthy of a full ride?

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seriously, are they getting them that young and can project 5 years in the future that he is worthy of a full ride?
If he is that good his issue is going to be where can he keep playing hockey for the next 5 years (or maybe at least the last 2 years following midget minor or the equivalent where he lives) to keep him challenged and developed. Better hope he can get to the NTDP or onto a good USHL team.

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98 defenceman Josh Anderson of the Prince George Cougars has 2 assists in 2 preseason games and is a + 4, most impressive thing perhaps is that he's listed at 6'3 216 at 15..
Do not see him listed on their roster (WHL Cougars) for 2013 preseason. Will he be called up for the associate games during the year?

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seriously, are they getting them that young and can project 5 years in the future that he is worthy of a full ride?
I see where you're coming from but the kid is a beast. was arguably the best player in the state tournament for Hill-Murray and they were runner-ups. He really improved towards the end of the season and is already tearing up the high school elite league.

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I see where you're coming from but the kid is a beast. was arguably the best player in the state tournament for Hill-Murray and they were runner-ups. He really improved towards the end of the season and is already tearing up the high school elite league.
fair enough I guess a school will want to be first to get some sort of commitment as it sounds like he could go anywhere.

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Do not see him listed on their roster (WHL Cougars) for 2013 preseason. Will he be called up for the associate games during the year?
Quite possible if his season ends early enough. http://www.whl.ca/roster/show/id/14613

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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

Were do you guys think the following players fit on this list? Would Chychrun be a top 10 now?

Jakob Chychrun
Ryan Edquist
Joey Anderson
Tyler Jost
Jacob Moverare
Edgar Treijs

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Any info on a goalie called Stuart Skinner? Seems like he is playing in the WHL now. Guy is monster, he is only 14 and is already 6'3 and 190lbs....

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Anyone have an updated 2016 ranking. The last list is from June and I'm sure there's a lot that has changed since.

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Anyone have an updated 2016 ranking. How about a new top 30-40?

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Any info on a goalie called Stuart Skinner? Seems like he is playing in the WHL now. Guy is monster, he is only 14 and is already 6'3 and 190lbs....
He's a late birthday so not eligible until a year later. Kid is very good.

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He's a late birthday so not eligible until a year later. Kid is very good.
Scoutman has Stuart Skinner ranked in his early top 30 for 2017. He's the 2nd ranked goalie behind Brian Bonello.

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Scoutman has Stuart Skinner ranked in his early top 30 for 2017. He's the 2nd ranked goalie behind Brian Bonello.
I'll get to see Skinner and all the 16 eligible prospects from the west this week at the U16. Should be fun

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RD Dante Fabbro - Vancouver NW Giants, BCMML (2016 draft)

Dante Fabbro is visiting Wisconsin's campus this weekend and has plans to visit Boston's programs before deciding between college and Major Junior. He was selected 8th overall by Seattle in May's WHL bantam draft. Fabbro was also named Hockey Now's 2013 B.C. Minor Hockey Player of the Year. NHL vet Dave Babych described his game as "almost vanilla (in a good way), he’s always doing the right things," while Seattle GM Russ Farwell said "he’s a very exciting offensive defenseman and can be a game-changer all by himself."

To date, Fabbro's BCMML stat-line reads: 18 GP, 10 G, 14 A, 24 Pts, 22 PIM; and he's listed at 6-foot 172 pounds.

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Prospects from Czech Republic:

Robert Havlat
Matous Belohorsky
Simon Stransky
Lukas Doudera
Libor Hajek
Vojtech Budik
Frantisek Hrdinka
Martin Starosta
Ondrej Vala

Pretty good year for D-men for us. Finally.

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Juho Koivusaari is my "sleeper pick" in Finland. Well built forward who has a great shot, stays strong on the puck, skates well and is a hard worker. It's very early but he's been impressive in the U16 league for HIFK. He has definitely potential.

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