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C Patrick Khodorenko - Honeybaked Bantam Major AAA, HPBHL (2017 Draft)

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12-03-2013, 12:23 AM
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C Patrick Khodorenko - Honeybaked Bantam Major AAA, HPBHL (2017 Draft)

I don't know too much about Patrick other than that he was drafted in the second round by the Everett Silvertips of the 2013 WHL Bantam Draft. He's uncommitted so far, though apparently he has stated that if he's invited to the USNTDP he will likely accept. He's regarded as one of the top 2017 draft prospects. Does anyone have any footage of him or any info?

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Anyone have any information on him? Any scouts that have seen him play this season?

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from all accounts he is heading to the USNDP for the next year minimum.

he is ranked as the #1 prospect for his age group in North America by numerous services and was the star player on Honey Baked the past 2 seasons.

I love the kid. he has elite hands and vision. I have had the pleasure of watching him play numerous times on that stacked Honey Baked team, but he really has the chance to be special. built like an ox IMO, not overly big just amazingly strong legs and so hard to knock off the puck and his feet.

I could also see him going to the WHL after his time with the USNDP, maybe in the same way Kane went from the USNDP to the OHL.

Patrick could be that next star Center that we have been missing, hopefully he and Eichel develope as hoped.

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from all accounts he is heading to the USNDP for the next year minimum.

he is ranked as the #1 prospect for his age group in North America by numerous services and was the star player on Honey Baked the past 2 seasons.

I love the kid. he has elite hands and vision. I have had the pleasure of watching him play numerous times on that stacked Honey Baked team, but he really has the chance to be special. built like an ox IMO, not overly big just amazingly strong legs and so hard to knock off the puck and his feet.

I could also see him going to the WHL after his time with the USNDP, maybe in the same way Kane went from the USNDP to the OHL.

Patrick could be that next star Center that we have been missing, hopefully he and Eichel develope as hoped.
Thanks for this! I'm interested in seeing how he does next year if he commits to the USNDP. Any pro comparisons?

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Excellent player. I like him a lot. He stands out on a loaded Honeybaked team, which in and of itself is saying a lot.

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This kid to me have great hockey sense, great hands, excellent strength like said above, controls the play, has great vision; passing and playmaking, this guy makes others better, what he has to learn is to shoot a bit more and take advantage of his shot, I saw him take some great shots but i see him pass up good quality scoring chances to try to make that amazing pass, but this guy has amazing ability, game breaker imo, I think he challenges for 1st overall.

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Just wondering how he is a Silvertips pick? I thought Honeybaked fell under the OHL's draft region.

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Just wondering how he is a Silvertips pick? I thought Honeybaked fell under the OHL's draft region.
I think it has something to do with him coming from California to Detroit

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Just wondering how he is a Silvertips pick? I thought Honeybaked fell under the OHL's draft region.
Pretty sure it's because he's from California and only recently moved to play for Honeybaked.

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I think it has something to do with him coming from California to Detroit
Beat me to it. Unsure of rules when a player must move by, or if it's just dependent on where they're born. Can't find much information on it though.

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I think it has something to do with him coming from California to Detroit
Oh ok, didn't realize he was from California. Makes sense.

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really getting excited to see how he does with the USNDP this year...

it will be interesting if he can stay a top 3 rated prospect which he currently is, or will he fall like so many other highly ranked kids have this early on.

his draft isn't until 2017 -yuck! a long time to be under a microscope.

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really getting excited to see how he does with the USNDP this year...

it will be interesting if he can stay a top 3 rated prospect which he currently is, or will he fall like so many other highly ranked kids have this early on.

his draft isn't until 2017 -yuck! a long time to be under a microscope.
How often does that happen with the USNTDP though? It seems the crop gets better and better every year. Great program.

I was a bit sad, but not surprised when Patrick made his commitment to the NTDP because I wouldn't be able to see him in Everett this year. But then I realized right now it's probably for the best that he stays there. I'm expecting him to play for Everett in his draft year, same with Auston Mathews actually. They've always stayed in contact with Everett's GM, and Patrick did come to training camp last season.

I'm looking forward to Patrick tearing up the USHL next season.

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really getting excited to see how he does with the USNDP this year...

it will be interesting if he can stay a top 3 rated prospect which he currently is, or will he fall like so many other highly ranked kids have this early on.

his draft isn't until 2017 -yuck! a long time to be under a microscope.
Hopefully we don't the classic over analysis with him, he really is a unique talent.

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Anyone have a chance to watch Khodorenko play with the U-17 team this year?

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How's the kid doing so far this year? Has anyone had a chance to watch him?

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