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12-11-2011, 03:30 PM
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Prospect Stats: 2011-12 Part II

AHL

PlayerPos.HWTeamGPGAPTSPIM
Cam AbneyF6'5"205Oklahoma City1200024
Mark ArcobelloF5'9"165Oklahoma City5211213220
Taylor ChorneyD6'0"195Oklahoma City373141721
Philippe CornetF6'2"195Oklahoma City4622103220
Josh GreenF6'3"215Oklahoma City3110142427
Curtis HamiltonF6'2"205Oklahoma City4156118
Teemu HartikainenF6'1"215Oklahoma City4113132610
Tanner HouseF6'1"200Oklahoma City504101421
Ryan KellerF5'10"195Oklahoma City5317244132
Milan KytnarF6'0"190Oklahoma City131234
Ryan MartindaleF6'3"205Oklahoma City40002
Johan MotinD6'2"200Oklahoma City100228
Linus OmarkF5'10"175Oklahoma City1559146
Magnus PaajarviF6'2"205Oklahoma City1419100
Lennart PetrellF6'3"200Oklahoma City92244
Jeff PetryD6'3"195Oklahoma City20112
Tyler PitlickF6'2"195Oklahoma City42581322
Alex PlanteD6'3"225Oklahoma City331111272
Bryan RodneyD6'0"200Oklahoma City476162220
Colten TeubertD6'4"195Oklahoma City2926845
Hunter TremblayF5'11"200Oklahoma City5012112335
Antti TyrvainenF5'11"195Oklahoma City34381133
Chris VandeVeldeF6'2"205Oklahoma City545111627

ECHL

PlayerPos.HWTeamGPGAPTSPIM
Cam AbneyF6'5"205Stockton28235117
Milan KytnarF6'0"190Stockton17751214
Ryan MartindaleF6'3"205Stockton34691510

CHL

PlayerPos.HWTeamGPGAPTSPIM
Jeremie BlainD6'2"190Victoriaville, QMJHL509384774
Drew CzerwonkaF6'2"205Kootenay, WHL4014183246
Brandon DavidsonD6'2"195Regina, WHL6012314373
Travis EwanykF6'2"190Edmonton, WHL20110
Martin GernatD6'5"190Edmonton, WHL518394746
Martin MarincinD6'4"185Regina, WHL509263533
David MusilD6'4"205Vancouver, WHL524192396
Kristians PelssF5'11"185Edmonton, WHL5423194276
Tobias RiederF5'10"170Kitchener, OHL5235346921

NCAA

PlayerPos.HWTeamGPGAPTSPIM
Kyle BigosD6'5"240Merrimack294131788
Kellen JonesF5'9"165Quinnipiac3012183035
Dillon SimpsonD6'2"190North Dakota33114154

Europe

PlayerPos.HWTeamGPGAPTSPIM
Oscar KlefbomD6'4"200Färjestad, SWE300004
----Färjestad, SWE Jr.131340
Milan KytnarF6'0"190HPK, FIN90226
Johan MotinD6'2"200Timrå, SWE3001116
Liam ReddoxF5'10"180Växjö, SWE5011172832
Toni RajalaF5'10"165Ilves, FIN4815122722

Goalies

PlayerPos.HWTeamGPGAASOSV%
Tyler BunzG6'1"205Medicine Hat, WHL532.5830.921
Yann DanisG5'11"190Oklahoma City, AHL331.9850.926
Samu PerhonenG6'5"185JYP-Akatemia, FIN I73.8700.881
----JYP, FIN Jr.24.7900.870
Olivier RoyG6'0"180Oklahoma City, AHL14.1400.900
----Stockton, ECHL322.4430.927
Frans TuohimaaG6'2"180Jokerit, FIN172.5920.900
----K-Vantaa, FIN I82.6610.918


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I thought Motin went back to europe

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He did, that's why he's listed under "Europe".

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He did, that's why he's listed under "Europe".
look at the ok list

he is listed twice

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he is listed twice
That's his points with OKC before he left.

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I thought Martindale has his first pro goal?
And Cornet was around 15 or 16 goals ?

Not that I'm complaining! Keep up the great work.

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Correction on Tuohimaa's stats:

16 games (he's credited with 6 wins, and 5 losses), 382 saves, 2.46 GAA, 90,52%. Now I pulled these from the Finnish national broadcasting company YLE's teletext page, however, SM-liiga's officail site has him with a 2.52 GAA and a 90,31%, not sure which one is right, SM-liiga's official site has a reputation of messing up stuff.

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Rieder's linemates suck, that was probably his main problem.
But a t least a win, against not such a bad hockeycountry Belarus. :-)
So, because Reider is one of your favourites, when he doesn't get points it's because his linemates suck but when any of our other prospects have a tough game it's because they aren't as good as we thought.

I see how it works.

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Man, Abney has been busy.

9 fights in 8 games.

It's a different league, but he's almost matched last year's PIM totals in 52 less games.

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Man, Abney has been busy.

9 fights in 8 games.

It's a different league, but he's almost matched last year's PIM totals in 52 less games.
How's he done against bigger guys this year? We don't need him if he ends up another Stortini

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How's he done against bigger guys this year? We don't need him if he ends up another Stortini
His fights are on hockeyfights.com. He doesn't fair very well in most of them. Not sure why the Oilers drafted a goon that can't really fight?

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tough way to make a living, fighting when you suck at it

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The problem as I saw it for Abney was he kinda had a whole year where he really didn't throw them. He was a man in a boys league, but now he is a boy in a man's league. Hopefully he'll work hard this summer on gaining some mass and learning how to fight better.

If Steve Macintyre had to work on his fighting there is no reason why Abney shouldn't be following the same routine.

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Abney has been doing ok int he fight department. He needs to work on his balance and of course gain some weight. The guy has a world class chin as he take a punch. It sounds like he is playing a pretty effective game physically as well and chipping in with the odd point. My guess is he plays in the AHL next year full time.

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His fights are on hockeyfights.com. He doesn't fair very well in most of them. Not sure why the Oilers drafted a goon that can't really fight?
He's a teenager fighting men. I wouldn't expect him to be doing great in his first year as a pro.

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Rieder has 4g1a after 2 periods against Austria.

Too bad he doesn't show up against stronger teams like Belarus and only pounds onto the weak teams.

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Rieder has 4g1a after 2 periods against Austria.

Too bad he doesn't show up against stronger teams like Belarus and only pounds onto the weak teams.
He's probably a guy for the Derbys.
Matches against our littlte Brother Austria are alwayys big in Germany/Austria.

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One of them was a shorthanded goal. He already had some in the ohl.
He is pretty good in anticipating the play of the opponent.

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One of them was a shorthanded goal. He already had some in the ohl.
He is pretty good in anticipating the play of the opponent.
Man... as extremely tentative as your objectivity seems with him, I want you to be right SO badly.

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The problem as I saw it for Abney was he kinda had a whole year where he really didn't throw them. He was a man in a boys league, but now he is a boy in a man's league. Hopefully he'll work hard this summer on gaining some mass and learning how to fight better.

If Steve Macintyre had to work on his fighting there is no reason why Abney shouldn't be following the same routine.

That is true. For his size, 205 isn't that big. Hopefully he can pack on a few pounds of muscle. I'm hoping he turns into a bigger Hordichuk. As much as people hate pests, they're great to have on your team. Even better when they can stand up for themselves

Edit: I see he got called up to OKC. Clearly he's doing something right.

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He's a teenager fighting men. I wouldn't expect him to be doing great in his first year as a pro.
Exactly, he's also quite light for a heavy at the moment. He needs to be at least 220lbs. before he can start to match strength with bigger men. If he was already 6'4" 240lbs. or so, then I'd be worried.

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am i the only one who think adding their DOB to the stats would be a good idea?

Like Keller is 27--I was hoping he was younger

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am i the only one who think adding their DOB to the stats would be a good idea?

Like Keller is 27--I was hoping he was younger
For the most part, people know the age of each guy (or at least close)

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Exactly, he's also quite light for a heavy at the moment. He needs to be at least 220lbs. before he can start to match strength with bigger men. If he was already 6'4" 240lbs. or so, then I'd be worried.
Just to help this argument out.....

Derek Boogaard struggled early on with fights and nearly quit hockey. It can take time to figure it out. I'm not sure that Stortini ever could (seriously... hammerfists?). But Abney definitely is young enough to learn.


On another topic, I'm impressed with Brandon Davidson so far! I know he's 20, so his stats aren't quite as impressive as they appear due to experience, but even so they are still impressive. Martin Gernat is also quietly making a name for himself as one of our less touted high-end prospects. Looks like we've got some good future at D when you add Klefbom to that list too.

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am i the only one who think adding their DOB to the stats would be a good idea?

Like Keller is 27--I was hoping he was younger
As I mentioned in the Barons thread - if he was 6 years younger he'd be an awesome prospect (one of the most skilled forwards we have down there). I'd say the same for Triston Grant... who'd you'd think was a knuckledragger, but has some skill and grit - at least for the AHL.

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