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11-13-2011, 04:35 PM
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2012 Rankings By League - November 2011

AGAIN, STILL WORKING ON OHL, QMJHL, USHL ETC

Rnk.Pos+/-ForwardsDOBH.lbs.L/RTeamNatGPGAPtsPIM
1.RW-Colton Sissons05-NOV-936'1189RKelowna RocketsCAN201061616
2.LW-Timothy Bozon*24-MAR-946'1178LKamloops BlazersUSA/FRA196111715
3.LW+1Coda Gordon04-AUG-946'1179RSwift Current BroncosCAN171010206
4.C-1Brandon Leipsic19-MAY-945'8155LPortland WinterhawksCAN17651127
5.LW-Troy Bourke30-MAR-945'10170LPrince George CougarsCAN20551022
6.LW-Dominik Volek12-JAN-946'0175LRegina PatsCZE1847118
7.LW-Chandler Stephenson22-APR-945'9170LRegina PatsCAN1758138
8.C+4Steven Hodges05-MAY-945'11167LVictoria RoyalsCAN22991819
9.C+2Mike Winther07-JUL-945'11170RPrince Albert RaidersCAN22771416
10.RW-2Brendan Troock20-MAR-946'3203RSeattle ThunderbirdsCAN1533612
11.C-1Ryan Olsen25-MAR-946'2190RSaskatoon BladesCAN2134712
12.RW+1Malte Stromwall24-AUG-945'11175RTri-City AmericansSWE205272
13.C+1Brandon Magee23-JAN-945'8172RVictoria RoyalsCAN155121721
14.C+1Dalton Sward10-JAN-946'1182RVancouver GiantsCAN21551021
15.C+5Lukas Sutter04-OCT-936'1202LSaskatoon BladesCAN215111646
16.C+2Logan McVeigh23-FEB-946'1195LKamloops BlazersCAN153580
17.CNEWJustin Hickman18-MAR-946'2196RSeattle ThunderbirdsCAN1643730
18RWNEWBrooks Maxwell31-MAR-945'10165RRed Deer RebelsCAN100664
19.RW-10Daulton Siwak25-OCT-936'0190RRed Deer RebelsCAN155270
20.C+1Russell Maxwell17-FEB-945'8165LLethbridge HurricanesCAN2242625
21.RW-5Filip Vasko*10-DEC-935'10165RKelowna RocketsSLO1909922
22.C-Shayne Danyluk14-JAN-945'10177LPrince Albert RaidersCAN123032
23.LW-Tyrel Seaman06-JAN-946'2207LBrandon Wheat KingsCAN21551016
24.LW-7Jari Ericcson27-JAN-946'0180LEverett SilvertipsCAN203258
25.RW-1Austin Carroll26-MAR-946'3204RVictoria RoyalsUSA2027927
26.C-1Adam Rossingol16-OCT-936'0173LKootneay IceCAN2153811
27.LW-8Philip Tot16-SEP-936'2187LLethbridge HurricanesCAN171679
28.LW-Eric Benoit30-DEC-935'11180LKootneay IceCAN21731012
29.C-3Chase Clayton11-MAY-945'10169LCalgary HitmenCAN101236
30.RW-3Rob Trzonkowski31-JAN-946'1195RCalgary HitmenCAN1301117
   OVERAGERS (NO ORDER)           
OARW-TJ Foster28-MAY-925'11173LEdmonton Oil KingsCAN217142110
OAC-Logan Nelson09-SEP-936'1178RVictoria RoyalsUSA228122010
OALWNEWKristians Pelss09-SEP-925'11187LEdmonton Oil KingsLAT211031330
OACNEWLuke Lockhart01-NOV-925'10182RSeattle ThunderbirdsCAN182358
OACNEWColin Smith20-JUN-935'10172RKamloops BlazersCAN1911122312
OALWNEWDylan Wruck23-SEP-925'9171LEdmonton Oil KingsCAN21413179
OACNEWBrent Benson13-APR-935'11186LSaskatoon BladesCAN2059149
HM:
Juraj Bezuch (Lethbridge)
Jarrid Hauptman (Spokane)
Liam Stewart (Spokane)
Connor Sanvido (Seattle)
Austin Vetterl (Vancouver)

Rnk.Pos+/-DefensemanDOBH.lbs.L/RTeamNatGPGAPtsPIM
1.D+1Matthew Dumba25-JUL-946'0173RRed Deer RebelsCAN20781422
2.D-1Ryan Murray27-SEP-936'1195LEverett SilvertipsCAN1033615
3.D-Morgan Rielly09-MAR-946'0197LMoose Jaw WarriorsCAN17315182
4.D-Derrick Pouliot16-JAN-946'0181LPortland WinterhawksCAN215111623
5.D-Griffin Reinhart24-JAN-946'4202LEdmonton Oil KingsCAN1535811
6.D-Damon Severson07-AUG-946'2198RKelowna RocketsCAN203131620
7.D-Dalton Thrower20-DEC-936'0185RSaskatoon BladesCAN212111346
8.D+1Jaynen Rissling21-SEP-936'4222LCalgary HitmenCAN17191024
9.D+3Cody Corbett13-DEC-936'0210LEdmonton Oil KingsUSA61122
10.D-2Michal Plutnar*21-FEB-946'2175LTri-City AmericansCZE1732524
11.D-1Nick Walters11-APR-946'2190LEverett SilvertipsCAN2024638
12.D-1Reid Gow04-APR-945'11182LSpokane ChiefsCAN1517815
13.D+3Travis Brown15-MAR-946'2170LMoose Jaw WarriorsCAN140224
14.D-1Brady Gaudet20-APR-945'11180LKamloops BlazersCAN140442
15.D-Ashton Sautner27-MAY-946'1185LEdmonton Oil KingsCAN1716713
16.D-2Josh Hanson14-JAN-946'3201RPortland WinterhawksUSA220446
17.DNEWBrett Kulak06-JAN-946'1175LVancouver GiantsCAN2113410
18.D-1Keaton Lubin15-FEB-946'0192LCalgary HitmenCAN80119
19.D-1Cole Martin15-MAR-946'0170RKelowna RocketsUSA1901117
20.DNEWBrett Cote21-MAY-946'0204LVictoria RoyalsCAN180660
   OVERAGERS (NO ORDER)           
OAD-Jesse Forsberg13-AUG-936'1195LPrince George CougarsCAN1000041
OAD-Myles Bell19-AUG-936'0202RKelowna RocketsCAN19591419
OADNEWBrandon Underwood03-FEB-926'3220RRegina PatsUSA21281034
OADNEWTyler Hansen17-MAR-936'3194RKamloops BlazersCAN1908822

RnkPos+/-GoaltenderDOBH.lbs.L/RTeamNatGPGAAPct
1.GK-Chris Dreidger18-MAY-946'2186RCalgary HitmenCAN142.740.901
   OVERAGERS (NO ORDER)         
OAGK-Patrick Bartosak29-MAR-936'1181LRed Deer RebelsCZE172.210.927
OAGKNEWAndrei Makarov20-APR-936'1178LSaskatoon BladesRUS182.440.929


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I like your top few at each position, but I think it's a little scattered through the middle. Have you seen all these guys play? Up front I think Stromwall, Troock, Maxwell are too high and I think Carroll, Rossignol, and Seamen are too low. I like Walters and don't like Rissling at all. Goalies look good, is there no other eligible goalies after Driedger for 94's?

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I like your top few at each position, but I think it's a little scattered through the middle. Have you seen all these guys play? Up front I think Stromwall, Troock, Maxwell are too high and I think Carroll, Rossignol, and Seamen are too low. I like Walters and don't like Rissling at all. Goalies look good, is there no other eligible goalies after Driedger for 94's?
I have seen Troock and Carroll. Although Troock is getting third line minutes on not the greatest team. He has a wicked shot and great offensive skill.

Carroll shows glimpses of being a solid power forward, but at times plays a bit reckless.

I play on seeing Rossignol this weekend. Stromwall and Maxwell are understanable in why they are a bit high, and Seaman is a guy that Troock can be, so I agree that he should definetly be higher.

Rissling is much more of an offensive threat then Walters, and I agree that Walters should be higher based on NHL potential, as Rissling shows glimpses of great skill. But in my opinion, Rissling is really underrated. The majority of my rankings come from others, as I have not seen all WHL teams play yet. I tried to combine my rankings with others and make it as best as I could.

Any other comments and feedback is much appreciated, and if you do have any changes that you think I should make. Let me know players that you think should be higher, and some that you think should be lower, like the above post. So I can even it out, I want to have the best list possible when it comes to the draft in June.

There is Bolton Pouliot of Red Deer available as a 94 available, really impressed me as a backup goaltender.

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This is a great scouting tool and I thank you for that. The rankings are solid and its something I will keep an eye as the season unfolds.

Pelss is an Oilers draft pick.

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Mac Skapski is also a 94 playing very very few minutes behind Nathan Lieuwen in Kootenay.

Really liked Kickman this weekend. Already got the pro-ready size, good motor, plays both ways. Was able to create chances by cycling down low and working through checks.

Wanted to see Troock a lot more but he played very sparingly.

Rossignol has a good head for the game, skates pretty well, but doesn't do anything amazingly great. Has to shore up his consistency and work on becoming more of a threat in the offensive zone. As of now there i don't see much pro potential.

Walters and Hanson were pretty similar in my eyes. Walters with the slight edge because of mobility.

Lol, these are my random thoughts of the day

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