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Julien Leduc, D, Val d'Or Foreurs, QMJHL

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11-16-2011, 12:58 AM
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Julien Leduc, D, Val d'Or Foreurs, QMJHL

Where do you people see him fit in the mix of d-men available this year?

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His stats don't look very impressive, and he has average size. This is the first I'm hearing about him so I'd say middle to late rounds at best.

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His stats don't look very impressive, and he has average size. This is the first I'm hearing about him so I'd say middle to late rounds at best.
He isn't much impressive. He is an average to below average skater for his size. His isn't big, he isn't overly physical. His gap control seems OK. He seemed to have a weaker wrist shot. He competes well in the corner. He made a few nice breakout passes but most likely it's 7th round or not drafted at all. I would chose his overage teammate Sergeev over him.

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He isn't much impressive. He is an average to below average skater for his size. His isn't big, he isn't overly physical. His gap control seems OK. He seemed to have a weaker wrist shot. He competes well in the corner. He made a few nice breakout passes but most likely it's 7th round or not drafted at all. I would chose his overage teammate Sergeev over him.
Great analysis

Leduc is safe defense-man. Not very big, but he passes the puck well and he never make a bad play

He's not flashy, he doesn't have a package of skills

He doesn't have a big shot from the point, but his shot was always on net

Leduc could be a 7th round pick like what you said. If he can add some pounds on his shape, he could be very effective at both end


I like what i saw this year with Sergeev and Gélinas.

Sergeev had a laserbeam from the point and skate good. He's mobile and he can be a PP producer. He had to keep his game more effective because he makes some turnovers at time

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Great analysis

Leduc is safe defense-man. Not very big, but he passes the puck well and he never make a bad play

He's not flashy, he doesn't have a package of skills

He doesn't have a big shot from the point, but his shot was always on net

Leduc could be a 7th round pick like what you said. If he can add some pounds on his shape, he could be very effective at both end


I like what i saw this year with Sergeev and Gélinas.

Sergeev had a laserbeam from the point and skate good. He's mobile and he can be a PP producer. He had to keep his game more effective because he makes some turnovers at time
Never say never. Maybe he was having a bad game when I saw him, but what stuck out to me was how many bad plays he made i.e. coughing up the puck in his own zone or intercepted breakout passes.

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Never say never. Maybe he was having a bad game when I saw him, but what stuck out to me was how many bad plays he made i.e. coughing up the puck in his own zone or intercepted breakout passes.
Hahaha of course

It could be a bad game so far

But usually, his game is safe

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