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04-17-2013, 02:18 PM
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F Jeremy Gregoire - Baie-Comeau Drakkar, QMJHL (2013, 176th overall, Montreal)

I haven't read too much about Gregoire, but he seems to have a couple things going for him as a prospect- decent stats, decent size, young for the draft year. Can those who have seen a bunch of him give me your thoughts?

I've seen him listed as both a LW and a C, does he play both?

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Reminds me of Max Talbot.

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Gregoire primary plays wing, he's agressive on the forechecker and really likes to throw his weight around. He's a hard worker with good size who will go to the dirty areas. He had a tough start to his season, as everyone thought he would produce more offensively than he did. He was shipped to Baie-Comeau in a pretty big deal, and has been thriving ever since. Drakkar are now in the final four, and Gregoire is having a big impact.

Max Talbot looks like a good comparison, but I think Gregoire could produce a bit more offensively in the NHL eventually. Still a long way to go for him though and not necessary a can't-miss prospect.

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Gregoire primary plays wing, he's agressive on the forechecker and really likes to throw his weight around. He's a hard worker with good size who will go to the dirty areas. He had a tough start to his season, as everyone thought he would produce more offensively than he did. He was shipped to Baie-Comeau in a pretty big deal, and has been thriving ever since. Drakkar are now in the final four, and Gregoire is having a big impact.

Max Talbot looks like a good comparison, but I think Gregoire could produce a bit more offensively in the NHL eventually. Still a long way to go for him though and not necessary a can't-miss prospect.
I totally agree. He would be a good pick in the mid-rounds for a team that needs gritty bottom-6 players in the prospect pool.

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I totally agree. He would be a good pick in the mid-rounds for a team that needs gritty bottom-6 players in the prospect pool.
And the Habs drafted him!

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He has 12 goals (16 pts) in 10 games in the Q. He's also one of the youngest players in the 2013 draft so he just turned 18.

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10-18-2013, 11:06 PM
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Could be steal of the draft

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3 more assists today. 21 points in 12 games.

Currently 3rd in the Q for points.

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1 more pt today... Now 22 pts in 13 games.

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Wonder where he would go in '14 draft if he was a few days older?

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Wonder where he would go in '14 draft if he was a few days older?
Considering he now has 25 pts in 16 games, maybe late 1st round or early second?

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Wonder where he would go in '14 draft if he was a few days older?
2nd/3rd round.

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the guy always had the skills....he is super smart, not flashy but always makes the right play, excellent vision and great goal scoring ability, he has a quick wrist shot, very accurate, excellent slapshot very good hands...his skating is still a little sluggish but has made excellent strides....he has great leadership qualities and is a good two way worker...with his skills he should have been taken higher in the draft though he was under producing his skills that he possessed were off the charts.

NHL scouts IMO really missed the boat on this guy, he is a guy who IMO will not make the NHL till he is 22 or 23 but I think he will be there and not a point per game player but I think a very good 3rd line player who will be a 30 to 40 point guy who is a two way gem and great leadership


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If you get an NHL player with a 7th round pick then you've got a steal.

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If you get an NHL player with a 7th round pick then you've got a steal.
6th round. So, not as big of a steal ?

He still needs to continue to play strong. He needs to be able to be effective in Hamilton and he needs to be better than a few others prospects to earn a spot in the NHL.

He's not a sure shot to be in the NHL. However, he seems to be like Bournival with more offensive (?)

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6th round. So, not as big of a steal ?

He still needs to continue to play strong. He needs to be able to be effective in Hamilton and he needs to be better than a few others prospects to earn a spot in the NHL.

He's not a sure shot to be in the NHL. However, he seems to be like Bournival with more offensive (?)
He's got just as good numbers as Poirier this year, Flames first rounder. Who is almost 9 months older.

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He's got just as good numbers as Poirier this year, Flames first rounder. Who is almost 9 months older.
Poirier has better tools but Gregoire will be a solid player. Should have gone in the third round at least. Great pick in the sixth round.

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Gregoire certainly cooled off after his great start

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Maybe a bit off topic,but just watching Canadiens last two drafts and rounds 2-7 picks include guys like : Hudon,Vail,Bozon,Thrower,Collberg,Gregoire,Reway,A ndrighetto,Fucale,Lehkonen and de la Rose quite a many good players for me :O

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Maybe a bit off topic,but just watching Canadiens last two drafts and rounds 2-7 picks include guys like : Hudon,Vail,Bozon,Thrower,Collberg,Gregoire,Reway,A ndrighetto,Fucale,Lehkonen and de la Rose quite a many good players for me :O
True...but just 2-3 years ago guys like Danny Kristo, Darren Dietz, Louis Leblanc, Nygren, Morgan Ellis all looked like solid prospects. A few many still turn it around but as they got older and started pro holes in their game became evident.

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