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Americans in the next draft

These players have been included in the CSR draft list by the teams, meaning that some of the teams actually have an interest in them and might draft them.

Any names that come out ?

Barrow Charlie 5' 10'' 165 1996-11-04 D D 16 Belmont Hill
Cousino Matthew 5' 11'' 132 1997-12-23 D D 15 Rice Memorial
Dray Bobby 6' 01'' 180 1996-04-22 A D 16 St-Mark's
Flynn Patrick 5' 10'' 155 1996-07-30 A D 16 Boston Advantage
Gendron Miles 6' 02'' 175 1996-06-28 C G 16 Rivers
Kramer Patrick 5' 11'' 170 1997-06-03 C G 15 Boston College
Malatesta Zachary 5' 10'' 190 1996-07-31 D G 16 Boston Jr Bruins
McCarthy Jake 6' 01'' 190 1996-02-27 D D 16 St-Sebatian's
Mendensoon Ean 6' 04'' 185 1996-05-20 D D 16 St-John's
Ricci Austin 6' 00'' 180 1996-04-24 A G 16 ST-Paul
Sanford Zach 6' 03'' 184 1994-11-09 A G 18 Islanders Hockey Club
Seeger Stephan 6' 00'' 195 1996-02-16 A G 16 Brunswick
White Tucker 6' 05'' 190 1996-12-09 D G 16 Boston Jr Bruins
Freeman Benjamin 6' 01'' 160 1996-01-21 A D 16 Northfield Mount Hermon
Michaud Sam 5' 11'' 170 1996-01-07 A G 16 Middlesex Islanders
Porter Payton 6' 01'' 170 1997-10-05 G G 15 Maine Freeze
Winkler James 6' 02'' 180 1996-04-22 A D 16 Berwick Academy

These players all have been submitted by teams into the list, so a team feels they have enough links with the kids to actually consider drafting them. Out of these kids, who might be drafted?

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No Hanifin ? That's odd.

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No Hanifin ? That's odd.
He's there, but in the section "eligible american players" and not in the section "added by teams"

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These players have been included in the CSR draft list by the teams, meaning that some of the teams actually have an interest in them and might draft them.

Any names that come out ?

Barrow Charlie 5' 10'' 165 1996-11-04 D D 16 Belmont Hill
Cousino Matthew 5' 11'' 132 1997-12-23 D D 15 Rice Memorial
Dray Bobby 6' 01'' 180 1996-04-22 A D 16 St-Mark's
Flynn Patrick 5' 10'' 155 1996-07-30 A D 16 Boston Advantage
Gendron Miles 6' 02'' 175 1996-06-28 C G 16 Rivers
Kramer Patrick 5' 11'' 170 1997-06-03 C G 15 Boston College
Malatesta Zachary 5' 10'' 190 1996-07-31 D G 16 Boston Jr Bruins
McCarthy Jake 6' 01'' 190 1996-02-27 D D 16 St-Sebatian's
Mendensoon Ean 6' 04'' 185 1996-05-20 D D 16 St-John's
Ricci Austin 6' 00'' 180 1996-04-24 A G 16 ST-Paul
Sanford Zach 6' 03'' 184 1994-11-09 A G 18 Islanders Hockey Club
Seeger Stephan 6' 00'' 195 1996-02-16 A G 16 Brunswick
White Tucker 6' 05'' 190 1996-12-09 D G 16 Boston Jr Bruins
Freeman Benjamin 6' 01'' 160 1996-01-21 A D 16 Northfield Mount Hermon
Michaud Sam 5' 11'' 170 1996-01-07 A G 16 Middlesex Islanders
Porter Payton 6' 01'' 170 1997-10-05 G G 15 Maine Freeze
Winkler James 6' 02'' 180 1996-04-22 A D 16 Berwick Academy

These players all have been submitted by teams into the list, so a team feels they have enough links with the kids to actually consider drafting them. Out of these kids, who might be drafted?
James Winkler: Highly talented power forward who could develop into a NHL player, leaving prep to play juniors next year. Should go to the Q in my opinion. The most upside of any player on this list.

Austin Ricci: Parents are from Canada and moved to the states so he could go to an American college, so I doubt he would go to the Q.

Zach Sanford: Just signed to BC, so doubtful that he would leave for the Q.

Jake McCarthy: Plays on the same prep team as Hannafin, probably goes if Hannafin goes.

Bobby Dray: Wants to go to the Q. Would be a 4th liner and a grinder/fighter if he goes. Needs to learn the game, could develop with the right coaching.

Patrick Flynn: Plays for the Advantage, the same team that Garlands dad basically started, so he might make the jump like Connor did.

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Anyone watch Hanifin alot this past season ? Looks like a complete package. I'm hoping Moncton pick him up if he drops , like they did with Garland last season...

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Someone will grab him early. Looks like he will go NTDP but I bet my house it's only for a year. Will jump to Q his draft year if the right team takes him. The kid will never plat at BC and if for some miracle he does it will be one and done he's that good.

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[QUOTE=NEhockeycoach;66200315]James Winkler: Highly talented power forward who could develop into a NHL player, leaving prep to play juniors next year. Should go to the Q in my opinion. The most upside of any player on this list.

Austin Ricci: Parents are from Canada and moved to the states so he could go to an American college, so I doubt he would go to the Q.

Zach Sanford: Just signed to BC, so doubtful that he would leave for the Q.

Jake McCarthy: Plays on the same prep team as Hannafin, probably goes if Hannafin goes.

Bobby Dray: Wants to go to the Q. Would be a 4th liner and a grinder/fighter if he goes. Needs to learn the game, could develop with the right coaching.

Patrick Flynn: Plays for the Advantage, the same team that Garlands dad basically started, so he might make the jump like Connor did.[/QUOTE]

Patrick Flynn tweeted the picture of Stefan Fournier kissing Jonathan Drouin after a goal saying "another reason to play college hockey"

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James Winkler: Highly talented power forward who could develop into a NHL player, leaving prep to play juniors next year. Should go to the Q in my opinion. The most upside of any player on this list.

Austin Ricci: Parents are from Canada and moved to the states so he could go to an American college, so I doubt he would go to the Q.

Zach Sanford: Just signed to BC, so doubtful that he would leave for the Q.

Jake McCarthy: Plays on the same prep team as Hannafin, probably goes if Hannafin goes.

Bobby Dray: Wants to go to the Q. Would be a 4th liner and a grinder/fighter if he goes. Needs to learn the game, could develop with the right coaching.

Patrick Flynn: Plays for the Advantage, the same team that Garlands dad basically started, so he might make the jump like Connor did.[/QUOTE]

Patrick Flynn tweeted the picture of Stefan Fournier kissing Jonathan Drouin after a goal saying "another reason to play college hockey"
His loss. That picture is great.

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Barrow Charlie 5' 10'' 165 1996-11-04 D D 16 Belmont Hill DRAFTED ROUND 11
Cousino Matthew 5' 11'' 132 1997-12-23 D D 15 Rice Memorial UNDRAFTED
Dray Bobby 6' 01'' 180 1996-04-22 A D 16 St-Mark's DRAFTED ROUND 9
Flynn Patrick 5' 10'' 155 1996-07-30 A D 16 Boston Advantage DRAFTED ROUND 14
Gendron Miles 6' 02'' 175 1996-06-28 C G 16 Rivers DRAFTED ROUND 10
Kramer Patrick 5' 11'' 170 1997-06-03 C G 15 Boston College UNDRAFTED
Malatesta Zachary 5' 10'' 190 1996-07-31 D G 16 Boston Jr Bruins DRAFTED ROUND 11
McCarthy Jake 6' 01'' 190 1996-02-27 D D 16 St-Sebatian's DRAFTED ROUND 14
Mendensoon Ean 6' 04'' 185 1996-05-20 D D 16 St-John's DRAFTED ROUND 12
Ricci Austin 6' 00'' 180 1996-04-24 A G 16 ST-Paul DRAFTED ROUND 13
Sanford Zach 6' 03'' 184 1994-11-09 A G 18 Islanders Hockey Club DRAFTED ROUND 12
Seeger Stephan 6' 00'' 195 1996-02-16 A G 16 Brunswick DRAFTED ROUND 10
White Tucker 6' 05'' 190 1996-12-09 D G 16 Boston Jr Bruins DRAFTED ROUND 7
Freeman Benjamin 6' 01'' 160 1996-01-21 A D 16 Northfield Mount Hermon DRAFTED ROUND 12
Michaud Sam 5' 11'' 170 1996-01-07 A G 16 Middlesex Islanders DRAFTED ROUND 11
Porter Payton 6' 01'' 170 1997-10-05 G G 15 Maine Freeze UNDRAFTED
Winkler James 6' 02'' 180 1996-04-22 A D 16 Berwick Academy DRAFTED ROUND 12
I checked out with the full draft over what the outcome of this list was.

Out of the 17 names submitted by teams, 14 were drafted today.

42 americans were drafted today :

1st round
Drummondville Askew, Cameron 6.03 175 1997-05-13 A/F Cushing Academy commited to Boston University

2nd round
Québec Hanifin, Noah 6.03 195 1997-01-25 D St. Sebastian's commited to Boston College

4th round
Sherbrooke Harwell, Chase 5.10 175 1997-01-11 A/F Selects Academy drafted in the 4th round in the USHL by Dubuque

5th round
Halifax Moynihan, Connor 6.02 195 1997-07-20 A/F Middlesex Islanders U16 drafted in the 26th round in the USHL by Des Moines

6th round
Moncton Smith, Will 5.10 161 1996-03-13 A/F Springfield committed to UMass

7th round
Val d'Or Michaud, Lucas 6.00 175 1997-06-12 A/F Berwick
Moncton White, Tucker 6.04 170 1996-12-09 D Wachusett
Gatineau Prawdzik, Max 6.00 140 1997-02-22 G Brooks drafted in the 15th round in the USHL by Tri-City

9th round
Blainville-Boisbriand Dray, Robert 6.01 180 1996-04-22 A/F St-Mark's

10th round
Saint John Eichel, John 6.01 177 1996-10-28 A/F Halifax commited to Boston University
Moncton Gendron, Miles 6.02 175 1996-06-28 A/F River drafted in the 13th round in the USHL by Lincoln
Moncton Seeger, Stephan 6.00 195 1996-02-16 A/F Brunswick
Charlottetown DiMaio, Ben 6.02 171 1996-02-21 D Boston Advantage
Moncton MacLeod, Johnathan 6.02 185 1996-06-02 D USA Under-17 NTDP commited to Boston University

11th round
Shawinigan Barrow, Charlie 5.10 165 1996-11-04 D Belmont Hill
Saint John Daccord, Joel 6.02 185 1996-08-19 G Cushing Academy drafted in the 21st round in the USHL by Omaha
Val d'Or Michaud, Sam 5.11 170 1996-01-07 A/F Middlesex Islanders
Moncton Malatesta, Zachary 5.10 190 1996-07-31 D Boston Jr

12th round
Cape Breton Winkler, James 6.02 180 1996-04-22 A/F Berwick commited to Northeastern
Shawinigan Paolo, Gianni 5.08 165 1996-05-27 D Wilkes Barre/Scranton
Acadie-Bathurst Mendenszoon, Ean 6.04 185 1996-05-20 D St. John's
Gatineau Freeman, Benjamin 6.04 184 1996-01-21 A/F Northfield Mount Hermon
Victoriaville Blais, Ryan 5.10 165 1996-01-29 D Boston Jr Bruins
Rouyn-Noranda Lemos, Bryan 5.10 160 1996-07-15 A/F Boston Jr. Bruins drafted in the 4th round in the USHL by Youngstown
Québec Dudek, Joey 5.10 175 1996-01-29 A/F Kimball Union Academy commited to Boston College
Baie-Comeau Wyse, Anthony 6.01 194 1996-03-29 D Boston Advantage
Halifax Carpenter, Bob 5.10 170 1996-01-01 A/F Austin Commited to Boston University

13th round
Cape Breton Brazel, Mathew 5.09 160 1996-02-01 A/F Hingham
Sherbrooke Todesco, Cody 5.09 165 1996-04-01 A/F Noble & Greenough
Chicoutimi Carlson, John 6.02 190 1996-01-05 D Hingham
Victoriaville Ricci, Austin 6.00 180 1996-04-24 A/F St-Paul
Rouyn-Noranda Nelson, Bryan 6.02 200 1996-02-19 D St-John's Shrewsbury
Charlottetown Fidler, Trevor 5.06 157 1995-01-30 A/F Dexter commited to Harvard
Moncton Dorsey, Jamie 6.02 165 1996-12-15 D Northfield Mount Hermon
Rimouski Donato, Ryan 6.00 175 1996-04-06 A/F Dexter drafted in the 6th round in the USHL by Omaha
Baie-Comeau Crinella, Peter 6.01 175 1996-10-05 A/F Springfield

14th round
Acadie-Bathurst Sanford, Zachary 6.03 184 1994-11-09 A/F Islanders Hockey Club commited to Boston College
Chicoutimi Flynn, Patrick 5.10 155 1996-07-30 A/F Boston Advantage
Drummondville McCarthy, Jake 6.01 190 1996-02-27 D St. Sebastian's drafted in the 4th round in the USHL by Muskegon
Moncton Borges, Brandon 5.08 160 1996-02-28 A/F Williston
Blainville-Boisbriand Jadovich, Austin 6.00 205 1996-02-16 D Avon
Rimouski Bird, Tyler 6.02 194 1996-08-14 A/F St. John's drafted in the 18th round in the USHL by Tri-City


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Several Mainers selected in QMJHL draft
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LEWISTON – In June of 2011, the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League folded the Lewiston Maineiacs, but at the same time instituted a rule in which each team must take two Americans in its entry draft.

Well, that rule has led to more Maine kids being drafted in the QMJHL. In 2011, goaltender Jon Gillies went in the ninth round to the Quebec Remparts, last year Winthrop native Mark Dufour went to Drummondville in the 13th round.

This past Saturday was a banner day for kids who call Vacationland home as four players saw their name called.

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I wonder if they'll try again in Maine.

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I wonder if they'll try again in Maine.
That's part of the reason why the QMJHL implemented the rule of minimum 2 Americans per team at the draft. I'm sure it's the goal of the CHL to eventually take over the US junior hockey market

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I wonder if they'll try again in Maine.
Probably not with Gilles Courteau running the league. He tried the US experiment - I am sure the CHL said to the Q to get a team in the states - and the league didn't embrace Lewiston with open arms.

Now saying that, majority why Lewiston didn't work because of lack of fan support and the owner putting the wrong people to run the business side of the team while he lived in Chicago.

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Probably not with Gilles Courteau running the league. He tried the US experiment - I am sure the CHL said to the Q to get a team in the states - and the league didn't embrace Lewiston with open arms.

Now saying that, majority why Lewiston didn't work because of lack of fan support and the owner putting the wrong people to run the business side of the team while he lived in Chicago.
Funny thing is I could honestly see an American division being a success in the QMJHL. Places like the greater Boston area, Hartford, Maine - maybe Portland this time? could easily have teams if the player support was there. Doubtful fans will go watch a roster completely full of Canadians lol And all these places sound insanely far from current QMJHL teams but they're all closer to Rouyn-Noranda and Val-d'Or than Cape Breton lol

Also, I know it could sound stupid, the CHL could give the QMJHL the NY territory. There's actually players in NY who want to play CHL > NCAA but in the New England territory, the best hockey players typically come from high schools and have NCAA on their mind all the way.


It requires a lot of effort, time, patience, and money on the CHL and teams part but it could be done. The OHL and WHL have taken a good chunk of their US markets

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Funny thing is I could honestly see an American division being a success in the QMJHL. Places like the greater Boston area, Hartford, Maine - maybe Portland this time? could easily have teams if the player support was there. Doubtful fans will go watch a roster completely full of Canadians lol And all these places sound insanely far from current QMJHL teams but they're all closer to Rouyn-Noranda and Val-d'Or than Cape Breton lol

Also, I know it could sound stupid, the CHL could give the QMJHL the NY territory. There's actually players in NY who want to play CHL > NCAA but in the New England territory, the best hockey players typically come from high schools and have NCAA on their mind all the way.


It requires a lot of effort, time, patience, and money on the CHL and teams part but it could be done. The OHL and WHL have taken a good chunk of their US markets
The QMJHL has been asking to expand its US territory for a long time but Branch won't give up. He's the commissioner of the CHL but also of the OHL. He won't give up a part of OHL's territory even if right now, they're have and advantage. He even admitted it himself that the OHL had an advantage in US territories. It's well known that he has always done what's best for the OHL first. He shouldn't do both jobs but right now he's too powerful to get rid of him.

What helped the WHL is the development of the California market. The NCAA isn't as strong as it his in the New England area.

As long as Branch will be head of both the OHL/CHL, I don't see him giving up more States to the QMJHL.

The OHL has more depth than the QMJHL and one of the major reasons is the number of Americans in each league. Of course, there's the language barrier but it isn't as important as some people might think. If it was, there would be numerous Americans in the Maritimes teams but there aren't more than in the Quebec teams.

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Branch needs to go, the OHL has the biggest American recruiting territory, all he does is protect and favor them.

He'd have them host the Mem Cup every year if he could.

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Funny thing is I could honestly see an American division being a success in the QMJHL. Places like the greater Boston area, Hartford, Maine - maybe Portland this time? could easily have teams if the player support was there. Doubtful fans will go watch a roster completely full of Canadians lol And all these places sound insanely far from current QMJHL teams but they're all closer to Rouyn-Noranda and Val-d'Or than Cape Breton lol

Also, I know it could sound stupid, the CHL could give the QMJHL the NY territory. There's actually players in NY who want to play CHL > NCAA but in the New England territory, the best hockey players typically come from high schools and have NCAA on their mind all the way.


It requires a lot of effort, time, patience, and money on the CHL and teams part but it could be done. The OHL and WHL have taken a good chunk of their US markets
As much I would love to see an American Division it wouldn't happen with all the hockey options in New England.

Maine

Portland - Lewiston did a two game experiment once, no one showed up. The AHL isn't leaving anytime soon.

Bangor - A brand new 10,000 seat arena but doesnt have the necessary equipment to have ice right now. Bangor is right in the heart of UMaine country so no one would show up.

Lewiston - I think people realized what they have lost but again we are ways away to think they will have a Q team.

Massachusetts

Just too many hockey options through out the state.

Hartford

They have the AHL and the NCAA teams in Conn. are on the rise Yale, Quinnipac, Connecticut.

Any high level junior hockey to come to New England will come under the USA Hockey umbrella whether it's the USHL or the newly formed UPSHL which ate up most of the EJHL teams. Right now the USPHL isn't a fan driven league .

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It's not unprecedented. The QMJHL had a team in New York state before the OHL did.

Mind you....."disaster" doesn't begin to describe how that worked out. But still.

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It's not unprecedented. The QMJHL had a team in New York state before the OHL did.

Mind you....."disaster" doesn't begin to describe how that worked out. But still.
Maybe if an expansion draft happened and they had any decent players it would be different

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It's not unprecedented. The QMJHL had a team in New York state before the OHL did.

Mind you....."disaster" doesn't begin to describe how that worked out. But still.
You are correct but I believe that was before the CHL divided the United States up between the three leagues

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