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06-16-2013, 08:44 PM
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4 - Adam Zboril - 52

6 - Dominic Beauchemin - 49
Zboril is not coming back to Bathurst.
I think Beauchemin has the potential for more with top 6 minutes, but a fair prediction nonetheless.


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Halifax:
1 - Darcy Ashley - 74
2 - Luca Ciampini - 72
3 - MacKenzie Weegar - 57
4 - Andrew Ryan - 54
5 - Brent Andrews - 52
6 - Ryan Falkenham - 48
7 - Matt Murphy - 44
8 - Trey Lewis - 39
9 - Jonathan Lacroix-Courville - 34
10 - Brian Lovell - 33
Good predictions for this early in the season I think. I think Falkenham will get the chance to play more in the offensive zone this season and he has potential to go 50-60+... Andrews would be around 40-45 and Weegar has the skill to be a point-per-game blueliner too. Agree on Ashley leading the team in scoring, I say 81 points.

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06-17-2013, 08:11 AM
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Early Point Prediction for Moncton Wildcats.

Ivan Barbashev 23 - 51 - 74
Chris Lalonde 32 - 22 - 54
Ryan Penny 26 - 25 - 51
Conor Garland 15 - 31 - 46
Danick Emond 8 - 23 - 31
Mark Tremaine 10 - 21 - 31
Stephen Johnson 8 - 15 - 23
Jacob Sweeney 5 - 17 - 22
Lucas Batt 11 - 11 - 22
Brayden Wood 3 - 9 - 12

Only included players that are definitely on team.

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06-17-2013, 10:19 AM
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Cape Breton:
1 - William Carrier - 99
2 - Kyle Farrell - 76
3 - Nicolas Roy - 66
4 - Michael Clarke - 58
5 - Justin Hache - 43
6 - Bronson Beaton - 42
7 - Charles-Eric Legare - 39
8 - Raphael Corriveau - 38
9 - Stephen Midensky - 37
10 - Clark Bishop - 36


If you're right about Carrier's points, a lot of those will come with another team after Christmas. Farrell's 76 points is probably a reach, but maybe with the right linemates it's close.

Beaton and Legare's numbers are probably too low, and Midensky's much too high. With Woodworth, Hache and Leduc, that leaves room for a EURO and Jason Bell. Nickerson is 17, so he'll get every chance in the world to make this team. They'd keep Nicholson over Midensky based simple on being a year younger. If Midensky is going to be a guy who gets 6th or 7th type minutes, then he probably doesn't make the team as a 1994. It would be even worse for him once Carrier, Hache and Nicolas Roy bring us more 1996 and 1997 kids. We're rebuilding, so if our 94's are just depth/roster fillers, then they'll be gone.

On a side note....no games for me this year. Took a new job in Calgary, starts on Friday. The team will turn the corner and I'll have to follow it on the internet. Figures. (I'll still do my Cape breton 2013-14 thread once they draft the Euros)


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06-17-2013, 05:35 PM
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Very optimistic! I have my fingers crossed that you're right. I don't even think Deruelle is invited to camp and I'd be happy in Garland got 50+ pts.
Moncton were pretty hard since I figured most of the roster is far from being set in stone right now with all the americans they drafted and perhaps the free agents/euros they can afford.

But I do see Garland potting his fair share of points.

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Cape Breton:
1 - William Carrier - 99
2 - Kyle Farrell - 76
3 - Nicolas Roy - 66
4 - Michael Clarke - 58
5 - Justin Hache - 43
6 - Bronson Beaton - 42
7 - Charles-Eric Legare - 39
8 - Raphael Corriveau - 38
9 - Stephen Midensky - 37
10 - Clark Bishop - 36


If you're right about Carrier's points, a lot of those will come with another team after Christmas. Farrell's 76 points is probably a reach, but maybe with the right linemates it's close.

Beaton and Legare's numbers are probably too low, and Midensky's much too high. With Woodworth, Hache and Leduc, that leaves room for a EURO and Jason Bell. Nickerson is 17, so he'll get every chance in the world to make this team. They'd keep Nicholson over Midensky based simple on being a year younger. If Midensky is going to be a guy who gets 6th or 7th type minutes, then he probably doesn't make the team as a 1994. It would be even worse for him once Carrier, Hache and Nicolas Roy bring us more 1996 and 1997 kids. We're rebuilding, so if our 94's are just depth/roster fillers, then they'll be gone.

On a side note....no games for me this year. Took a new job in Calgary, starts on Friday. The team will turn the corner and I'll have to follow it on the internet. Figures. (I'll still do my Cape breton 2013-14 thread once they draft the Euros)
Thanks for the tip on Midensky and the other Ds. I saw him for Quebec a bit and I was actually impressed by him. Seems like he isn't a very hot commodity around the league though.

Cape should be decent next season, could make the playoffs actually. Perhaps they'll deal Roy and improve the team even further.

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06-17-2013, 06:25 PM
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Any news on who the 3 free agents Cape Breton is bringing in are? Could one of them be Darcy or Beaudoin?

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06-17-2013, 06:32 PM
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Any news on who the 3 free agents Cape Breton is bringing in are? Could one of them be Darcy or Beaudoin?
Darcy wouldn't be considered a free agent as I believe he was a draftee in 2012.

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06-17-2013, 08:13 PM
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I heard that Darcy wanted to come to the Q, but I also heard he was looking for a softer landing. I wouldn't put too much stock in the fact he shows up on the roster listed on the website. Samuel Robert is also listed, and we already have the draft pick back for him since he no-showed. None of the Americans have been reported to be coming, and Brendan Robbins is not even listed anymore.....may have been released from our 50 man limit. I know one of the FA's that is coming in (as of updated info) is from Ontario.

Midensky cleared waivers for the entire OHL when he was still 18. He may have played well for the Remparts, but unless Dumont has a soft spot for him I think he's done....same with Walsh and Hartley. Add in Shewfelt and you've got a decent MHL blueline.

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06-19-2013, 03:30 AM
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Halifax:
1 - Darcy Ashley - 74
2 - Luca Ciampini - 72
3 - MacKenzie Weegar - 57
4 - Andrew Ryan - 54
5 - Brent Andrews - 52
6 - Ryan Falkenham - 48
7 - Matt Murphy - 44
8 - Trey Lewis - 39
9 - Jonathan Lacroix-Courville - 34
10 - Brian Lovell - 33
Can't imagine Lovell having more points than Bailey otherwise I agree with your predictions.

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06-19-2013, 07:31 AM
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Very early point predictions;

Bathurst:
1 - Patrik Zdrahal - 78
2 - Raphael Lafontaine - 73
3 - Robert Pelletier - 59
4 - Adam Zboril - 52
5 - Adam Chapman - 51
6 - Dominic Beauchemin - 49
7 - Alexandre Gosselin - 42
8 - Sean Girard - 38
9 - Alex Gallant - 37
10 - Anthony Gingras - 35

Cape Breton:
1 - William Carrier - 99
2 - Kyle Farrell - 76
3 - Nicolas Roy - 66
4 - Michael Clarke - 58
5 - Justin Hache - 43
6 - Bronson Beaton - 42
7 - Charles-Eric Legare - 39
8 - Raphael Corriveau - 38
9 - Stephen Midensky - 37
10 - Clark Bishop - 36

Charlottetown:
1 - Yan Pavel Laplante - 90
2 - Alexis Pepin - 72
3 - Victor Provencher - 67
4 - Erik Robichaud - 51
5 - Jimmy Oligny - 50
6 - Alexandre Goulet - 46
7 - Matthew Bursey - 44
8 - Daniel Sprong - 43
9 - Anthony Cortese - 38
10 - Deverick Ottereyes - 37

Halifax:
1 - Darcy Ashley - 74
2 - Luca Ciampini - 72
3 - MacKenzie Weegar - 57
4 - Andrew Ryan - 54
5 - Brent Andrews - 52
6 - Ryan Falkenham - 48
7 - Matt Murphy - 44
8 - Trey Lewis - 39
9 - Jonathan Lacroix-Courville - 34
10 - Brian Lovell - 33

Moncton:
1 - Conor Garland - 83
2 - Ivan Barbashev - 82
3 - Mitchell Deruelle - 50
4 - Ryan Penny - 49
5 - Stephen Johnson - 42
6 - Josh Pugsley - 41
7 - Lucas Batt - 40
8 - Mark Tremaine - 39
9 - Stephen Seeger - 38
10 - Zachary Malatesta - 37

Saint John:
1 - Nathan Noel - 65
2 - Matthew Highmore - 63
3 - Noah Zilbert - 52
4 - Oliver Cooper - 44
5 - Olivier Leblanc - 43
6 - Marcus Cuomo - 42
7 - Jason Cameron - 40
8 - Jurij Repe - 37
9 - Stephen Anderson - 36
10 - Jeremy Doucet - 35
For Bathurst, Adam Zboril is out.
So add Alex Soumakis instead and put Zboril's points to him....pretty accurate.
Also look for Beauchemin to pick a lot of garbage goals.

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06-19-2013, 07:51 AM
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Can't imagine Lovell having more points than Bailey otherwise I agree with your predictions.

Lovell projects to be an offensive defenseman and Bailey might be playing Jr. A next year...

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For Bathurst, Adam Zboril is out.
So add Alex Soumakis instead and put Zboril's points to him....pretty accurate.
Also look for Beauchemin to pick a lot of garbage goals.
True, but Beauchemin has a well above average shot for this league... He will snipe some too.

There's a potential for 5 20 goal scorers on the Titan... No superstars or big names but the offense doesn't look too bad for where I expect them to finish.

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Bathurst should be solid next year.

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Lovell projects to be an offensive defenseman and Bailey might be playing Jr. A next year...
I'd be pretty surprised.

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I'd be surprised if Bailey cracks this line-up. Even though the Moose aren't in the thick of it as contenders (unless Drouin comes back), the majority of their best players are still 1993's and 1994's. Only Murphy, Falkenham and Lovell should make an impact as 18 year olds (plus Fucale), so I would make an educated guess that Ducharme and Russell don't want 19 year old's filling roster spots like the #6 and #7 D-man. A guy like Taylor Ford would be more likely to see spot duty like Lovell did, rather than a 1994 like Bailey. Just my opinion.

This especially is the case if the Moose get Jean-Sebastien Taillefer to report. He might be the steal of this draft.

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Yea Bailey will have to earn a spot at camp and I think that would be very difficult for a '94. Its hard to put a '94 at as your 6-7 spot it you have '96 or '97 born players who you'd rather slot in there.

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Very early point predictions;

Bathurst:
1 - Patrik Zdrahal - 78
2 - Raphael Lafontaine - 73
3 - Robert Pelletier - 59
4 - Adam Zboril - 52
5 - Adam Chapman - 51
6 - Dominic Beauchemin - 49
7 - Alexandre Gosselin - 42
8 - Sean Girard - 38
9 - Alex Gallant - 37
10 - Anthony Gingras - 35

Cape Breton:
1 - William Carrier - 99
2 - Kyle Farrell - 76
3 - Nicolas Roy - 66
4 - Michael Clarke - 58
5 - Justin Hache - 43
6 - Bronson Beaton - 42
7 - Charles-Eric Legare - 39
8 - Raphael Corriveau - 38
9 - Stephen Midensky - 37
10 - Clark Bishop - 36

Charlottetown:
1 - Yan Pavel Laplante - 90
2 - Alexis Pepin - 72
3 - Victor Provencher - 67
4 - Erik Robichaud - 51
5 - Jimmy Oligny - 50
6 - Alexandre Goulet - 46
7 - Matthew Bursey - 44
8 - Daniel Sprong - 43
9 - Anthony Cortese - 38
10 - Deverick Ottereyes - 37

Halifax:
1 - Darcy Ashley - 74
2 - Luca Ciampini - 72
3 - MacKenzie Weegar - 57
4 - Andrew Ryan - 54
5 - Brent Andrews - 52
6 - Ryan Falkenham - 48
7 - Matt Murphy - 44
8 - Trey Lewis - 39
9 - Jonathan Lacroix-Courville - 34
10 - Brian Lovell - 33

Moncton:
1 - Conor Garland - 83
2 - Ivan Barbashev - 82
3 - Mitchell Deruelle - 50
4 - Ryan Penny - 49
5 - Stephen Johnson - 42
6 - Josh Pugsley - 41
7 - Lucas Batt - 40
8 - Mark Tremaine - 39
9 - Stephen Seeger - 38
10 - Zachary Malatesta - 37

Saint John:
1 - Nathan Noel - 65
2 - Matthew Highmore - 63
3 - Noah Zilbert - 52
4 - Oliver Cooper - 44
5 - Olivier Leblanc - 43
6 - Marcus Cuomo - 42
7 - Jason Cameron - 40
8 - Jurij Repe - 37
9 - Stephen Anderson - 36
10 - Jeremy Doucet - 35
For the Titan is is about 15 points down from last season's total and I believe that it does make sense.
For the Wildcats, it si a drop of over 100 points in their top-10.
For the Mooseheads, it is a drop of 220 points, so I don't see them being a head above everybody else offensively according to the stats you posted here.
The Islanders projection is just about the same as last season and the highest in the Maritimes Division; so they could be the surprise of this season as well.

My take on this is that it will be interesting to watch the race between these 4 teams for the top 4 spots.

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Early Point Prediction for Moncton Wildcats.

Ivan Barbashev 23 - 51 - 74
Chris Lalonde 32 - 22 - 54
Ryan Penny 26 - 25 - 51
Conor Garland 15 - 31 - 46
Danick Emond 8 - 23 - 31
Mark Tremaine 10 - 21 - 31
Stephen Johnson 8 - 15 - 23
Jacob Sweeney 5 - 17 - 22
Lucas Batt 11 - 11 - 22
Brayden Wood 3 - 9 - 12

Only included players that are definitely on team.
you can't be serious with garland or lalonde's points... thats a bit low don't you think?

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you can't be serious with garland or lalonde's points... thats a bit low don't you think?
You can't be serious to think they'll get much more. Garland started out well but was help to 1 point in his last 8 or 9 games. He's only 17 this season. You have to remember the team lost their offensive touch with 5 out of their top 6 moving on. Moncton will hard a very difficult time scoring. As for Lalonde, what do you expect 50 goals ? I don't want to burst you're bubble , but why don't you make your predictions for Moncton and we'll see who's is more realistic...

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You can't be serious to think they'll get much more. Garland started out well but was help to 1 point in his last 8 or 9 games. He's only 17 this season. You have to remember the team lost their offensive touch with 5 out of their top 6 moving on. Moncton will hard a very difficult time scoring. As for Lalonde, what do you expect 50 goals ? I don't want to burst you're bubble , but why don't you make your predictions for Moncton and we'll see who's is more realistic...
well garland was on the 4th line in the last games after jaskin and dnault came.. when he played on the top lines he did very well point wise and he will be on the top two lines next year to, and lalonde will be getting constant pp time which will help him scoring wise

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I would expect Clark Bishop to get more than 36 points, and would not be surprised to see him with a letter

I would think he may line-up with Carrier, seeing how Carrier said he would play with anyone at the end of last year, singling out Bishop.


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Very hard to predict the maritimes right now. It depends on Drouin/MacKinnon, Roy/Lazarev/Sevchikov and all the americans Moncton drafted.

#1 Halifax (93) - Drouin and Mac don't come back
#2 Moncton (83) - Tkachev and Barbashev will kill
#3 Charlottetown (78) - Solid team all-around
#4 Bathurst (77) - Solid team all-around
#5 Cape Breton (67) - Lots of question marks, changes to be made
#6 Saint John (54) - Little improvement...

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I think the Sea Dogs will surprise.

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HAL:
Falkenham - Ehlers - Meier
Ashley - Ryan - Ciampini
Lacroix-Courville - Alcade - Lindsay
Fortier - ? - Leblanc

Weegar - Duke
Lewis - Murphy
Hardie - Lovell

Fucale - ?

MON:
Barbashev - Tkachev - Penny
Garland - Lalonde - Caissy
Batt - Johnson - Tremaine
Whitlock - Seeger - Pugsley

Sweeney - Melindy
Emond - Malatesta
McCabe - Wood

Dubeau - Grady

CHA:
Pepin - Sedlar - Laplante
Sprong - Robichaud - Provencher
Goulet - Venne - Bursey
Ottereyes - Beaton - Yetman

Oligny - Chenier-Allard
Cortese - Graves
Laliberte - ?

Bibeau - ?

BAT:
Gallant - Lafontaine - Zdrahal
Pelletier - Boivin - Chapman
Blanchard - Beauchemin - Soumakis
Cote - Walsh - Stevens

Gosselin - Girard
Godin - Gingras
Robert - Pisarik

Brennan - McDonald

CAP:
Lazarev - Roy - Farrell
Clarke - Darcy - Carrier
Bishop - Corriveau - Beaton
Marois - Simard - Moody

Hache - Leduc
Woodworth - Midensky
Nicholson - Bell

Lagace - Bureau

SJ:
Zilbert - Highmore - Cooper
Anderson - Noel - Siska
Smallman - Cuomo - Cameron
? - Brown - Dickinson

Leblanc - Repe
Weckworth - Thompson
Doucet - Abbott

Auger - Fournier

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Very hard to predict the maritimes right now. It depends on Drouin/MacKinnon, Roy/Lazarev/Sevchikov and all the americans Moncton drafted.

#1 Halifax (93) - Drouin and Mac don't come back
#2 Moncton (83) - Tkachev and Barbashev will kill
#3 Charlottetown (78) - Solid team all-around
#4 Bathurst (77) - Solid team all-around
#5 Cape Breton (67) - Lots of question marks, changes to be made
#6 Saint John (54) - Little improvement...
Roy and Svechnikov are NOT going to report to CB but Maxim Lazarev will report.

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