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11-04-2013, 03:03 PM
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Coyotes sign Tyler Gaudetfrom SSM of OHL.

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11-04-2013, 03:07 PM
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Coyotes sign Tyler Gaudetfrom SSM of OHL.

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He'll finish out the year in Sault Ste. Marie and then be in the AHL next year.

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What is the likely hood of a signing like this to turn into an NHL caliber player?

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11-04-2013, 03:17 PM
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What is the likely hood of a signing like this to turn into an NHL caliber player?
Not zero, but if you saw the number, you wouldn't argue with someone who said it looked a lot like zero.

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Maloney's crew has done pretty well at signing undrafted prospects and moving them through our farm system at a rate of about one per year. Maybe Gaudet is this year's signing.

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11-04-2013, 03:27 PM
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Won't say he'll ever make the NHL but if he does it'd most likely be a 3rd/4th liner. He plays a very good shutdown defensive style, can kill penalties and battles hard. This year he's shown that he has a bit of offense in his game as well.

He's been a really fun kid to watch play since late last season.

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http://www.soogreyhounds.com/article...e-be-to-gaudet

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"Tyler came into our team and has shown excellent work ethic and elite fitness levels. Very early in his tenure with us, he showed he could play versus top competition and drive possession in spite of starting the majority of his shifts in the defensive zone. Last year, he did not have great luck as it pertained to shooting percentage and as his luck has turned this season, you see him putting up very solid offensive numbers while still playing versus the top players in our league. To see how far he has come since being picked up from Jr A just 11 months ago, has been one of the best stories I have ever had the privilege to watch up close in hockey” continued Dubas.

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11-04-2013, 04:17 PM
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Dave Tippett was an undrafted player who made the NHL.

There's quite a few more who the Coyotes have helped into the NHL. Zybnek Michalek is the most notable. Mike Johnson was another. Rob Klinkhammer and Chris Conner last year, Patrick Fischer, Steven Reinprecht.. Mark Giordano skated here before going onto Calgary. But just like the drafted players, they do it against the odds.

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11-04-2013, 04:29 PM
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What is the likely hood of a signing like this to turn into an NHL caliber player?
Adam Oates another example.

What this guy has is size an an upward progression in his development that will at least take him to the AHL level. With his size and skill set he fits in very nicely as a bottom 6 body. Keep in mind the San Jose model which we apparently are emulating focuses much on surrounding your skilled players with size. Another Chipchura? His progression gets you excited if this is another Ryan Johanson. Keep in mind that SSM is a very difficult place to get scouts up to visit. It's logistically challenging so many teams don't normally check out the their home games and focus on road visits. He's been in the OHL for less than a year so the reality may be that most teams have only had 1-2 views of him. He's an under the radar guy. Hopefully it pays off. 3 years shows we see something.

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Adam Oates another example.

What this guy has is size an an upward progression in his development that will at least take him to the AHL level. With his size and skill set he fits in very nicely as a bottom 6 body. Keep in mind the San Jose model which we apparently are emulating focuses much on surrounding your skilled players with size. Another Chipchura? His progression gets you excited if this is another Ryan Johanson. Keep in mind that SSM is a very difficult place to get scouts up to visit. It's logistically challenging so many teams don't normally check out the their home games and focus on road visits. He's been in the OHL for less than a year so the reality may be that most teams have only had 1-2 views of him. He's an under the radar guy. Hopefully it pays off. 3 years shows we see something.
If I recall Jamie Benn was in a similar case when he played in Victoria, since it was a major hassle for scouts to take a ferry to watch Grizzlies home games on Vancouver Island.

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If I recall Jamie Benn was in a similar case when he played in Victoria, since it was a major hassle for scouts to take a ferry to watch Grizzlies home games on Vancouver Island.
And we've had eyes on SSM because of Andrew Fritsch who we never signed, but obviously tracked over the past two seasons.

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Won't say he'll ever make the NHL but if he does it'd most likely be a 3rd/4th liner. He plays a very good shutdown defensive style, can kill penalties and battles hard. This year he's shown that he has a bit of offense in his game as well.

He's been a really fun kid to watch play since late last season.
What he said.

Gaudet is an excellent pick up and had emerged as one of the top FA overagers available from the OHL this year.

These type of players do have a history of making it. Recent examples from the OHL include Jacob Muzzin and David Clarkson. Brendan Dillon in Dallas was an overage signing from the WHL.

He profiles very well as the type of guy who can play on a 3rd/4th line and contribute on the penalty kill. Great size, but also a very strong skater for a guy that's big. Great work ethic, blocks shots, goes hard every play.

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And we've had eyes on SSM because of Andrew Fritsch who we never signed, but obviously tracked over the past two seasons.
Makes sense. I'm interested to see what Gaudet can do when he reaches the pro level.

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Dave Tippet in his presser was asked about the signing and said he had been scouted earlier in the year and then Brad Treveling went there for a personal viewing. Tippet apparently spoke to Gaudet but hasn't seen video of his play.

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Gormley sent back down. He was paid more money to watch some good Coyotes hockey than what he would make playing with the Pirates. I'm expecting him to stay in the NHL before the end of the season.

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Dave Tippett was an undrafted player who made the NHL.

There's quite a few more who the Coyotes have helped into the NHL. Zybnek Michalek is the most notable. Mike Johnson was another. Rob Klinkhammer and Chris Conner last year, Patrick Fischer, Steven Reinprecht.. Mark Giordano skated here before going onto Calgary. But just like the drafted players, they do it against the odds.
Strike MJ from the list Gwydd - while he prolly had some of his best years in the desert, he was a solid vet b4 landing in Phoenix.
Edit: He wasn't drafted I see which was maybe what u were trying to highlight.


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Domi's heating up with 7 points in 4 games in November. I'm pumped to see him play a few times in the coming weeks. London vs Kingston is next Friday's CHL feature game (Sportsnet in Canada). Then there's the Subway Super Series with the OHL games on Nov 21 and 25.

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Domi's heating up with 7 points in 4 games in November. I'm pumped to see him play a few times in the coming weeks. London vs Kingston is next Friday's CHL feature game (Sportsnet in Canada). Then there's the Subway Super Series with the OHL games on Nov 21 and 25.
Watching him play right now. Has made some slick passes the first two periods. One really nice rush where he danced a couple defenders. His vision is just something else. Lethal on the power play especially.

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11-16-2013, 03:32 PM
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Max Domi 15GP 6G 11A 17P +6 27PIM
Tyler Gaudet 21GP 11G 14A 25P +12 11PIM

QMJHL

Justin Haché 22GP 2G 16A 18P +12 15PIM
Yan-Pavel Laplante, 20GP 7G 6A 13P -6 15PIM
Laurent Dauphin 24GP 10G 12A 22P -3 25PIM

WHL

Henrik Samuelsson 22GP 10G 21A 31P +11 37PIM
Brendan Burke 20GP 14-4-1 2.99 GAA .910 SV%
Marek Langhamer 11GP 7-2-2 2.43 GAA .919 SV%

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No points for Domi last night but the kid has elite game changing hands. He creates offensive chances out of nothing and probably sits today as the franchises most skilled playmaker.

Not getting the ice time of a stacked London team. Doesn't help that Domi is not an all situation player on a team that takes a large number of penalties.

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They had him on the PK in camp. I wish London would put him on the PK there so he could round out his game.

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They had him on the PK in camp. I wish London would put him on the PK there so he could round out his game.
One good thing is that at least on the OHL's site Max is now listed as a left winger.

Laurent Dauphin and Justin Haché were on team QMJHL in the first game of the Subway Super Series. Haché was an even while Dauphin was a -2.

Domi is on the roster for both of Team OHL's games, while there are no Coyotes on team WHL.

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Dauphin with a first period assist and game misconduct in second/final QMJHL vs Russia game. His assist was a nice wrap around attempt that produced a rebound. His misconduct was a disgraceful hit from behind, close to the end boards. The kind that really makes you cringe.

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