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10-16-2012, 11:00 AM
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2012 Subway Series

QMJHL roster (per Stephane Leroux of RDS):

Brent Andrews (NAS)
Francis Beauvillier (FLA)
William Carrier (2013)
Christopher Clapperton (Undrafted)
Phillip Danault (CHI)
Jean-Sebastien Dea (Undrafted)
Jonathan Drouin (2013)
Samuel Henley (Undrafted)
Jonathan Huberdeau (FLA)
Charles Hudon (MTL)
Nathan MacKinnon (2013)
Anthony Mantha (2013)
Cedric Paquette (TBL)
Ryan Tesink (STL)

Nikolas Brouillard (2013)
Ryan Culkin (CAL)
Dillon Fournier (CHI)
James Melindy (PHO)
Matt Murphy (2013)
Jimmy Oligny (Undrafted)
Xavier Ouellet (DET)
Jonathan Racine (FLA)

François Brassard (OTT)
Zachary Fucale (2013)
Etienne Marcoux (Undrafted)

Russia
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Goalies
Ustinskiy Igor 06.14.1994 180 84 Steel Foxes MHL
Andrei Vasilevski 07/25/1994 190 91 Tolpar MHL

Defenders
Dyblenko Jaroslav 28/12/1993 185 88 Atlant MHL
Naumenkov Michael 19/02/1993 182 80 CSKA KHL/VHL
Nikita Nesterov 28.03.1993 183 83 Tractor KHL
Sukhoruchkin Leonid 02/10/1993 190 97 Tolpar MHL
Alex Vasilevsky 01/21/1993 179 89 Tolpar MHL
Yarullin Albert 03/05/1993 187 80 Ak Bars VHL
Andrei Mironov 29/07/1994 194,110 OHK Dynamo KHL
Diakov Cyril 05/21/1993 184 96 Mammoths Yugra KHL
Paul Koledov 20/09/1994 182 82 Loko VHL
Lyubushkin Ilya 04/06/1994 185 86 Loko VHL

Forwards
Yaroslav Kosov 05/07/1993 190 85 Metallurg Magnitogorsk KHL
Nail Yakupov 10/06/1993 180 73 Neftekhimik KHL
Schoenfeld Anton 23.07.1993 180 73 Steel Foxes VHL
Tkachev Vladimir 10.05.1993 182 83 Ak Bars MHL
Khokhlachev Alexander 09.09.1993 179 78 Spartak KHL
Zhafyarov Damir 17/03/1994 173 65 Metallurg Nk KHL
Shalunov Maxim 01.31.1993 190 84 Tractor VHL
Eugene Moser 18.05.1993 184 82 Omsk Hawks KHL
Kadeykin Alexander 10.04.1993 193 97 Atlanta MHL
Sigarev Andrew 10/03/1993 183 85 CAS KHL
Gimatov Edward 01/22/1994 82 179 Avtomobilist KHL
Kapustin Kirill 02.08.1993 186 84 Loko VHL
Baykeev Bulat 07/10/1993 173 73 Bars MHL
Bogdan Yakimov 04/10/1994 193 90 Neftekhimik VHL
Nichushkin Valery 03.04.1995 194 89 White Bears VHL


*Players to join from CHL
-A.Makarov
-Sergeev
-Zadorov
-Grigorenko
-Zlobin
-Zikov
-Zharkov
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http://whl-from-above.blogspot.ca/20...12-subway.html
Team OHL Roster – Guelph, ON – November 8, 2012

Goal (2):
Jordan Binnington (Owen Sound Attack)
Malcolm Subban (Belleville Bulls)

Defence (6):
Cody Ceci (Ottawa 67’s)
Dylan DeMelo (Mississauga Steelheads)
Matt Finn (Guelph Storm)
Slater Koekkoek (Peterborough Petes)
Ryan Murphy (Kitchener Rangers)
Stuart Percy (Mississauga Steelheads)

Forwards (12):
Brendan Gaunce (Belleville Bulls)
Barclay Goodrow (Brampton Battalion)
Tyler Graovac (Ottawa 67’s)
Boone Jenner (Oshawa Generals)
Scott Laughton (Oshawa Generals)
Joshua Leivo (Sudbury Wolves)
Lucas Lessio (Oshawa Generals)
Zack Mitchell (Guelph Storm)
Sean Monahan (Ottawa 67’s)
Matt Puempel (Kitchener Rangers)
Brett Ritchie (Niagara IceDogs)
Ryan Strome (Niagara IceDogs)

Team OHL Roster – Sarnia, ON – November 12, 2012

Goal (2):
Jordan Binnington (Owen Sound Attack)
Jake Paterson (Saginaw Spirit)

Defence (6):
Alex Basso (Sarnia Sting)
Frankie Corrado (Sudbury Wolves)
Dougie Hamilton (Niagara IceDogs)
Scott Harrington (London Knights)
Adam Pelech (Erie Otters)
Stuart Percy (Mississauga Steelheads)

Forwards (12):
Anthony Camara (Barrie Colts)
Daniel Catenacci (Owen Sound Attack)
Max Domi (London Knights)
Tyler Graovac (Ottawa 67’s)
Seth Griffith (London Knights)
Joshua Leivo (Sudbury Wolves)
Matt Puempel (Kitchener Rangers)
Ryan Rupert (London Knights)
Kerby Rychel (Windsor Spitfires)
Mark Scheifele (Barrie Colts)
Ryan Strome (Niagara IceDogs)
Tom Wilson (Plymouth Whalers)
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http://whl-from-above.blogspot.ca/20...12-subway.html

Team WHL Roster – Vancouver, BC – November 14, 2012

# Forwards Ht Wt
Team
14 Brassart, Brady 6’1 192
Calgary Hitmen
21 Ewanyk, Travis 6’2 192
Edmonton Oil Kings
28 Lazar, Curtis 6’0 198
Edmonton Oil Kings
29 Moroz, Mitch 6’2 208
Edmonton Oil Kings
18 St. Croix, Michael 6’0 179
Edmonton Oil Kings
15 Sissons, Colton 6’1 194
Kelowna Rockets
23 Reinhart, Sam 6’0 182
Kootenay Ice
19 Shinkaruk, Hunter 5’11 175
Medicine Hat Tigers
9 McNeill, Mark 6’2 210
Prince Albert Raiders
20 Ouellette, Trent 6’0 175
Regina Pats
16 Holmberg, Mitch 5’10 175
Spokane Chiefs
17 Lowry, Adam 6’5 201
Swift Current Broncos
# Defencemen Ht Wt
Team
2 Pulock, Ryan 6’1 211
Brandon Wheat Kings
8 Reinhart, Griffin 6’4 202
Edmonton Oil Kings
27 Murray, Ryan 6’1 195
Everett Silvertips
4 Rielly, Morgan 6’0 205
Moose Jaw Warriors
24 Dumba, Matt 6’0 182
Red Deer Rebels
5 Siemens, Duncan 6’4 209
Saskatoon Blades
# Goaltenders Ht Wt
Team
31 Broissoit, Laurent 6’3 200
Edmonton Oil Kings
1 Comrie, Eric 6’1 170
Tri-City Americans
Team WHL Roster – Victoria, BC – November 15, 2012
# Forwards Ht Wt
Team
14 Brassart, Brady 6’1 192
Calgary Hitmen
21 Ewanyk, Travis 6’2 192
Edmonton Oil Kings
28 Lazar, Curtis 6’0 198
Edmonton Oil Kings
29 Moroz, Mitch 6’2 208
Edmonton Oil Kings
18 St. Croix, Michael 6’0 179
Edmonton Oil Kings
34 Lipon, JC 6’0 181
Kamloops Blazers
9 Smith, Colin 5’11 175
Kamloops Blazers
12 Fioretti, Sam 5’10 184
Moose Jaw Warriors
7 Rattie, Ty 6’0 176
Portland Winterhawks
22 Black, Graham 6’0 179
Swift Current Broncos
17 Lowry, Adam 6’5 201
Swift Current Broncos
11 Hodges, Steven 6’0 175
Victoria Royals
# Defencemen Ht Wt
Team
3 Lowe, Keegan 6’1 200
Edmonton Oil Kings
8 Reinhart, Griffin 6’4 202
Edmonton Oil Kings
4 Rielly, Morgan 6’0 205
Moose Jaw Warriors
51 Pouliot, Derrick 6’0 194
Portland Winterhawks
26 Wotherspoon, Tyler 6’2 209
Portland Winterhawks
24 Dumba, Matt 6’0 182
Red Deer Rebels
# Goaltenders Ht Wt
Team
31 Broissoit, Laurent 6’3 200
Edmonton Oil Kings
1 Comrie, Eric 6’1 170
Tri-City Americans


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Not surprised to see no Matteau jr, thought maybe Storm Phaneuf might get an invite.

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Nice to see a couple Hawk prospects get an invite.

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Clapperton attended the Flyers prospect camp, but he wasn't signed, so his rights aren't owned by an NHL team.

Phaneuf's young age and his lack of experience work against him.

Notable exclusion is Maxime Lagace, a Dallas Stars prospect who played in the Canada-Russia series this summer. He has had a tough start to the year with the PEI Rocket (5.19 GAA and a .837 save percentage).

For goalies, Francois Tremblay, Domenic Graham and Alex Dubeau previously participated in Hockey Canada's goalie camp in 2011 and aren't in the mix this time.

Another exclusion might be Raphael Bussieres, a Minnesota prospect who was selected in the 2nd round last summer, but has had a pretty average start to the season thus far with Baie-Comeau.

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What can be expected or reasonably predicted for Russia's top 6 forwards?

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Yakupov (if there is still a lockout)
Slepyshev
Grigorenko
Kucherov
Prokhorkin
Shalunov

I'm assuming 93's are available?

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Yakupov (if there is still a lockout)
Slepyshev
Grigorenko
Kucherov
Prokhorkin
Shalunov

I'm assuming 93's are available?
Slepyshev is injured.

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Happy to see Culkin get invited, Calgary's first QMJHL prospect in awhile. I'm a big fan of him.

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How is this Matt Murphy kid? Never heard of him until this announcement.

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How is this Matt Murphy kid? Never heard of him until this announcement.
Good 2-way defenseman. According to me, he's the best available defenseman from the QMJHL for the next draft.

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Not surprised to see no Matteau jr, thought maybe Storm Phaneuf might get an invite.
That's Hockey Canada. Matteau plays for USA.

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Another exclusion might be Raphael Bussieres, a Minnesota prospect who was selected in the 2nd round last summer, but has had a pretty average start to the season thus far with Baie-Comeau.
Lol, Bussieres, 2nd round

Lagace was in this game last season, but so far Bibeau has been solid for the Rocket.

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Good 2-way defenseman. According to me, he's the best available defenseman from the QMJHL for the next draft.
I agree. I think he brings a bit more than Sam Morin, the next notable 2013 Eligible from the Q.

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Hoping to get to see this in Victoria when it comes.

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How is this Matt Murphy kid? Never heard of him until this announcement.
He's very sound defensively and has made a nice jump this season. Good size, strong, hard working and makes a good first pass. He isn't the flashiest player but gets things done and is reliable. He has 7 assists in his first 10 games of the season and has a neutral +/- on a struggling Val D'or squad.

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Lol, Bussieres, 2nd round

Lagace was in this game last season, but so far Bibeau has been solid for the Rocket.
I still can't believe he went that high

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That's Hockey Canada. Matteau plays for USA.
Well he didn't play the u-18's in April so people were hoping he'd play for the country of his dad's birth but I guess it was pretty apparent he'd play for the US all along.

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Any idea when OHL and WHL make announcements?

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What could the lines looks like?

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Clapperton attended the Flyers prospect camp, but he wasn't signed, so his rights aren't owned by an NHL team.

Phaneuf's young age and his lack of experience work against him.

Notable exclusion is Maxime Lagace, a Dallas Stars prospect who played in the Canada-Russia series this summer. He has had a tough start to the year with the PEI Rocket (5.19 GAA and a .837 save percentage).

For goalies, Francois Tremblay, Domenic Graham and Alex Dubeau previously participated in Hockey Canada's goalie camp in 2011 and aren't in the mix this time.

Another exclusion might be Raphael Bussieres, a Minnesota prospect who was selected in the 2nd round last summer, but has had a pretty average start to the season thus far with Baie-Comeau.
All good points although I believe the most notable exclusion is Frédéric Gauthier who should have made the team over Henley or Andrews. His two-way play and size could have made him a nice fit on any of the top-4 lines.

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What could the lines looks like?
Huberdeau - MacKinnon - Drouin
Carrier - Danault - Dea
Tesink - Paquette - Hudon
Mantha - Andrews - Clap/Beauvillier/Henley

Ouellet - Fournier
Murphy - Culkin
Oligny - Melindy
Brouillard - Racine

Not sure on goalies. Marcoux will probably get a start.

Just spitballing

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Just got my tickets for the Guelph game

I went to one of these in 07 and had a blast, hopefully Yakupov is able to come.

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just an fyi- Russia will have the U20 players split into 2 teams (1 going to the 4-nations U20 tourny) and the one coming for SS.

Historically, any jrs playing in KHL will either STAY in KHL and not go to either (Kuznetsov), or will just join the team to Sweden for a short tournament (Arzamastsev last year). Unlike last few years there are more KHL U20 eligible players. So that really screws up any clues.

Having said that, if the lockout is still on, Yakupov and Kosov will probably stay in KHL. There's no real point of them going to these tournaments. Slepyshev won't be there since he is injured and will only be starting to come back by then.

I expect the Russian teams to be full of younger and more of MHL players, joined by CHLers like Grigs and Kucherov (if he is back). So probably expect guys like Tkachev, Buchnevich, Nichushkin, Shalunov and so on. But right now, there are WAY too many possibilities for rosters and who will go to which tournament. Lots of options

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Good 2-way defenseman. According to me, he's the best available defenseman from the QMJHL for the next draft.
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He's very sound defensively and has made a nice jump this season. Good size, strong, hard working and makes a good first pass. He isn't the flashiest player but gets things done and is reliable. He has 7 assists in his first 10 games of the season and has a neutral +/- on a struggling Val D'or squad.
Thanks guys! Sounds like an interesting prospect, will definitely be keeping tabs on him now. Knew he had to be somewhat decent to be an add to this roster as a '95.

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IMO Brassard will get the start the first game because of how he has been playing the last couple of weeks.

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