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03-15-2014, 02:31 PM
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Daniel Zaar had another big game for Rögle with two goals in the 3rd period and an assist in a 5-3 win. Rögle had to win in regulation to win playoff series and qualify for Kvalserien. He ended up the 3rd leading scorer in the Allsvenskan playoffs.

With the teams involved in Kvalserien this year and it's importance for teams to be in the SHL before all the rule changes about promotion, it's going to be huge and almost bigger than the SHL playoffs.

This is the last season for Kvalserien (The Qualifying Series in English.) it's current form. Next season the SHL will be expanding to 14 teams and the promotion/relegation will be changing. I don't think anyone understands all the new rules being proposed. The first place team in Allsvenskan will qualify automatically, which seems more fair.

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Daniel Zaar had another big game for Rögle with two goals in the 3rd period and an assist in a 5-3 win. Rögle had to win in regulation to win playoff series and qualify for Kvalserien. He ended up the 3rd leading scorer in the Allsvenskan playoffs.

With the teams involved in Kvalserien this year and it's importance for teams to be in the SHL before all the rule changes about promotion, it's going to be huge and almost bigger than the SHL playoffs.

This is the last season for Kvalserien (The Qualifying Series in English.) it's current form. Next season the SHL will be expanding to 14 teams and the promotion/relegation will be changing. I don't think anyone understands all the new rules being proposed. The first place team in Allsvenskan will qualify automatically, which seems more fair.
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03-15-2014, 11:50 PM
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Bjorkstrand gets 50

Oliver Bjorkstrand's hat trick tonight against Seattle makes him the third player in the WHL this season to score 50 goals; tying him with Todd Fiddler of the Prince George Cougars for second in the league, Spokane's Mitch Holmberg.

http://www.whl.ca/schedule/show/game/66184

Strong, strong 18 year old season for Bjorkstrand ... the offense is there, just needs to round out some other areas of his game. Bjorkstrand has 35 points in his last 19 games, 109 on the year, and is sporting a +44 rating.

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03-16-2014, 01:19 AM
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Oliver Bjorkstrand's hat trick tonight against Seattle makes him the third player in the WHL this season to score 50 goals; tying him with Todd Fiddler of the Prince George Cougars for second in the league, Spokane's Mitch Holmberg.

http://www.whl.ca/schedule/show/game/66184

Strong, strong 18 year old season for Bjorkstrand ... the offense is there, just needs to round out some other areas of his game. Bjorkstrand has 35 points in his last 19 games, 109 on the year, and is sporting a +44 rating.
Amazing season. Is that the most Goals, Assists, and/or Points for a Jackets prospect in the WHL, OHL, or QMJHL after they were drafted?

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03-16-2014, 01:50 AM
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Amazing season. Is that the most Goals, Assists, and/or Points for a Jackets prospect in the WHL, OHL, or QMJHL after they were drafted?
It could be, without doing the research I'm not sure. A tip of the hat should go to Gilbert Brule, who tore up the WHL after being sent down late in his 18 year old season (after being injured in the NHL) ... he went on a ridiculous pace that would have probably eclipsed these numbers over a full season.

I'll look into it a bit more tomorrow, for curiosity's sake ... unless someone else wants to do the work?

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Ollie on reaching 50.

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It could be, without doing the research I'm not sure. A tip of the hat should go to Gilbert Brule, who tore up the WHL after being sent down late in his 18 year old season (after being injured in the NHL) ... he went on a ridiculous pace that would have probably eclipsed these numbers over a full season.

I'll look into it a bit more tomorrow, for curiosity's sake ... unless someone else wants to do the work?
Yeah, I remember Brule having a good year. I just don't remember anyone having 50 goals or 100 points.

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It could be, without doing the research I'm not sure. A tip of the hat should go to Gilbert Brule, who tore up the WHL after being sent down late in his 18 year old season (after being injured in the NHL) ... he went on a ridiculous pace that would have probably eclipsed these numbers over a full season.

I'll look into it a bit more tomorrow, for curiosity's sake ... unless someone else wants to do the work?
Brule averaged 1.4 ppg that year, actually a bit less than Johansen's post draft year, and Bjorkstrand is currently at 1.6. Brassard in his pre draft year did a 2.0 and then in an injury shortened 14 game season averaged 1.78 and then 2.0 in the playoffs. Voracek did a 1.9 in his post draft year. So the record for ppg post draft is Voracek's. The goals per game post draft record is Bjorkstrand's I think. He's also the only one to hit 50 goals and has the most goals, assists, points.

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Highlights up from Ollies 3goal (50th) night.

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Brule averaged 1.4 ppg that year, actually a bit less than Johansen's post draft year, and Bjorkstrand is currently at 1.6. Brassard in his pre draft year did a 2.0 and then in an injury shortened 14 game season averaged 1.78 and then 2.0 in the playoffs. Voracek did a 1.9 in his post draft year. So the record for ppg post draft is Voracek's. The goals per game post draft record is Bjorkstrand's I think. He's also the only one to hit 50 goals and has the most goals, assists, points.
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03-16-2014, 12:31 PM
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Brule averaged 1.4 ppg that year, actually a bit less than Johansen's post draft year, and Bjorkstrand is currently at 1.6. Brassard in his pre draft year did a 2.0 and then in an injury shortened 14 game season averaged 1.78 and then 2.0 in the playoffs. Voracek did a 1.9 in his post draft year. So the record for ppg post draft is Voracek's. The goals per game post draft record is Bjorkstrand's I think. He's also the only one to hit 50 goals and has the most goals, assists, points.
Brule had 23 goals in 25 games that year ... if you're going on per game averages.

But, the original question was if anyone had reached anywhere near those same point totals (50 goals, 109 points) after being selected by the Jackets ... going back to the higher scoring forwards we've selected out of junior, the answer is simply no.

The best examples I can find:

Tim Konsorada (2002), went back to Brandon and scored 22 goals and 70 points the next season.
Alexander Picard (2004), 40 goals, 85 points.
Derek Dorsett (2006), 19 goals, 64 points.
Matt Marquardt (2006), 41 goals, 70 points.
Jakub Voracek (2007), 33 goals, 101 points.
Matt Calvert (2008), 28 goals, 67 points.
Ryan Johansen (2010), 40 goals, 92 points.
Kerby Rychel (2013), 31 goals, 83 points.

...so to answer the question definitively, Bjorkstrand has the post Jackets, next year CHL mark for goals and points.

Of note: Why was Doug MacLean left in charge of this team for so long? Seriously, looking through these drafts, there's an obvious trend of suck ... home-run swings (and misses) in the first round, followed by baffling low-ceiling picks and guys who were WAY off the board in many of the rounds. It should have been safer picks first, home-run picks later ... as we've seen with Howson and Kekalainen. People can say what they want about 2003, but look at the 2004 draft the Jackets had ... several picks that we traded became NHL players/stars, and of the picks we did make, several guys that went just one or two spots later are NHL players/stars. Ouch!

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03-16-2014, 12:58 PM
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Brule had 23 goals in 25 games that year ... if you're going on per game averages.
23 in 27, but yes that would be the highest goals per game. As always with per game stats you have to have a # of games cutoff to weed out the Jack Skille type performances, and its kind of arbitrary.

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23 in 27, but yes that would be the highest goals per game. As always with per game stats you have to have a # of games cutoff to weed out the Jack Skille type performances, and its kind of arbitrary.
You didn't say that you were cutting people off in your post

It's moot ... Brule didn't play a full season, and thus there's no telling where he would have wound up at the end of the year. Mitch Holmberg scored 41 goals in 39 games this season, before "only" ending up with 62 at the end of things. Certainly, it's tough to keep up that sort of pace over an entire season.

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Brule averaged 1.4 ppg that year, actually a bit less than Johansen's post draft year, and Bjorkstrand is currently at 1.6. Brassard in his pre draft year did a 2.0 and then in an injury shortened 14 game season averaged 1.78 and then 2.0 in the playoffs. Voracek did a 1.9 in his post draft year. So the record for ppg post draft is Voracek's. The goals per game post draft record is Bjorkstrand's I think. He's also the only one to hit 50 goals and has the most goals, assists, points.
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Brule had 23 goals in 25 games that year ... if you're going on per game averages.

But, the original question was if anyone had reached anywhere near those same point totals (50 goals, 109 points) after being selected by the Jackets ... going back to the higher scoring forwards we've selected out of junior, the answer is simply no.

The best examples I can find:

Tim Konsorada (2002), went back to Brandon and scored 22 goals and 70 points the next season.
Alexander Picard (2004), 40 goals, 85 points.
Derek Dorsett (2006), 19 goals, 64 points.
Matt Marquardt (2006), 41 goals, 70 points.
Jakub Voracek (2007), 33 goals, 101 points.
Matt Calvert (2008), 28 goals, 67 points.
Ryan Johansen (2010), 40 goals, 92 points.
Kerby Rychel (2013), 31 goals, 83 points.

...so to answer the question definitively, Bjorkstrand has the post Jackets, next year CHL mark for goals and points.

Of note: Why was Doug MacLean left in charge of this team for so long? Seriously, looking through these drafts, there's an obvious trend of suck ... home-run swings (and misses) in the first round, followed by baffling low-ceiling picks and guys who were WAY off the board in many of the rounds. It should have been safer picks first, home-run picks later ... as we've seen with Howson and Kekalainen. People can say what they want about 2003, but look at the 2004 draft the Jackets had ... several picks that we traded became NHL players/stars, and of the picks we did make, several guys that went just one or two spots later are NHL players/stars. Ouch!
Thank you. Yeah, it is sad looking at some of our old drafts.

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Brule had 23 goals in 25 games that year ... if you're going on per game averages.

But, the original question was if anyone had reached anywhere near those same point totals (50 goals, 109 points) after being selected by the Jackets ... going back to the higher scoring forwards we've selected out of junior, the answer is simply no.

The best examples I can find:

Tim Konsorada (2002), went back to Brandon and scored 22 goals and 70 points the next season.
Alexander Picard (2004), 40 goals, 85 points.
Derek Dorsett (2006), 19 goals, 64 points.
Matt Marquardt (2006), 41 goals, 70 points.
Jakub Voracek (2007), 33 goals, 101 points.
Matt Calvert (2008), 28 goals, 67 points.
Ryan Johansen (2010), 40 goals, 92 points.
Kerby Rychel (2013), 31 goals, 83 points.

...so to answer the question definitively, Bjorkstrand has the post Jackets, next year CHL mark for goals and points.

Of note: Why was Doug MacLean left in charge of this team for so long? Seriously, looking through these drafts, there's an obvious trend of suck ... home-run swings (and misses) in the first round, followed by baffling low-ceiling picks and guys who were WAY off the board in many of the rounds. It should have been safer picks first, home-run picks later ... as we've seen with Howson and Kekalainen. People can say what they want about 2003, but look at the 2004 draft the Jackets had ... several picks that we traded became NHL players/stars, and of the picks we did make, several guys that went just one or two spots later are NHL players/stars. Ouch!
Who is Matt Marquardt? I feel left out with that one.

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Who is Matt Marquardt? I feel left out with that one.
I'll take "another wasted MacLean draft pick" Alex!

This is Jeopardy right?

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Korpisalo was surprisingly good in the games he played this season in FEL. In 8 games his s% was 95,72, GAA 1,42 and had 1 shutout.

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Nick Moutrey final regular season stats
68GP 15-26-41 +13 82PIM #CBJ

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Alexander Wennberg played 20:17 but was pointless in a 2-1 2OT loss. Series is tied at 1 #CBJ

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Daniel Zaar had a goal and 2 assists in a 4-3 loss to open the Kval Till SHL #CBJ

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Nick Moutrey had an assist(26) on the game winner in a 4-3 overtime win #CBJ

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Anton Forsberg is headed to Springfield per CBJProspects

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