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06-09-2013, 07:10 AM
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2013-2014 QMJHL Telus East Division

2013-14 QMJHL Telus East Division

1. Rimouski Océanic
2. Quebec Remparts
3. Baie-Comeau Drakkar
4. Victoriaville Tigres
5. Shawinigan Cataractes
6. Chicoutimi Saguenèens

This division has a few very solid teams, and we'll be able to see a ton of NHL draft prospects in action, especially after this year's draft. Rimouski is the clear favourite, but Quebec and Baie-Comeau aren't too far behind.

Rimouski Océanic

20s: Oke, Trainor
Euros: Kostalek

Oke-Gauthier-Trainor
Deluca-Loiseau-Matteau
Joly-Hébert-Samson
Poulin-Lavoie-Fortier
Beauvillier*

Morin-Mackinnon
Gravel-Kostalek
Bourque-Leclerc
McSween

Desrosiers
Fortin

The Océanic, in my opinion, will be the best team in the league. I pencilled in Matteau, as I don't see him making NJ this year. He, along with Trainor, Oke, and Gauthier, form what I think is the deepest offence in the league. With Mackinnon, and the big Samuel Morin, their D core won't be a slouch either. They may need a veteran come deadline time back there, however. Young Desrosiers has earned his way to being one of the league's most exciting, potent goalies. I can easily see this team being the team that represents the Q in London.

Quebec Remparts

20s: Culkin, Donnelly, Houde
Euros: Sorenson

Duclair-Etchegary-Erne
Houde-Boivin-Sorenson
Bergeron-Shea-Turnbull
Carrier-Carozza-Lamarre
Lubwele

Culkin-Donnelly
Hunter-MacIntyre
Chevalier-Donaghey
Thibodeau

Brassard
Flinn

Quebec is another strong team in this division. Lead by Duclair, Erne, and Sorenson, they are deep up front, and should score lots of goals. They have two experienced veterans in Culkin and Donnelly on the back-end, but other than MacIntyre, I don't see the others as top four d-men. They will need to shore up their defense if they want to make a run at it. Brassard will be started yet again, and he will be backed up by trade acquisition Flinn, who we saw great potential from last year with the Phoenix. It'll be interesting to see if Duclair and Erne could possibly challenge for the scoring title.

Euro pick prediction = Defenceman

Baie-Comeau Drakkar

20s: Chenevert, Turbide, Verpaelst
Euros: Zykov

Turbide-Girard-Zykov
Grégoire-Gamelin-PaquinBoudreau
Imama-Banville-Ranger
C. Poulin-Graham-Pouliot
Pickard

Chenevert-Verpaelst
Lepage-D. Poulin
Vanier-Meloche
Marineau

Cadorette
Lemieux

Baie-Comeau clearly will have a deep team with a lot of returning players. Zykov, Girard, Gamelin, and Paquin-Boudreau will lead the offensive attack, and Chenevert, Verpaelst, and Poulin will lead the defence. Cadorette alone makes this team competitive, and they could go on another long playoff run.

Victoriaville Tigres

20s: Delisle, Hudon, Leblanc
Euros: Rehak, Sidlik

T. Veilleux-Delisle-Hudon
Leblanc-Rehak-Ayotte
Johnston-Miceli-Nadeau
Marois-Savage-Gagné
Chenier-Rhéaume-StAmand

Diaby-Sidlik
Pomerleau-Trickett
Beaulieu-Sansoni
Boucher

Whitney
S. Veilleux

It's hard to predict this young Tigres team. They have solid forward depth, and possibly the best goalie in the league, but for the most part, their D core is young, small, and weak. Diaby and Sidlik will need to put the work boots on night in and night out if this team wants to win hockey games, they will lead the defence. Veilleux, Delisle, and Hudon form what seems to be a solid first line, where we should see most of the production from. With Whitney in nets, this team should be able to have a shot at winning a lot of games.

Shawinigan Cataractes

20s: Boudreau, Gaudreau, Schumacher
Euros: Cupper, Koys

Beauvillier-Boudreau-Koys
Grandmaison-Gaudreau-DelisleHoude
Phelan-Venne-D'Aoust
Gignac-Hodge-Gray
Pawelczyk-Tremblay

Schumacher-Labbé
Maheux-Taylor
Welsh-Boudreau
Pozgay-Scott

Cupper
Campeau

Shawinigan could be good, or they could be bad. It was so hard trying to predict a roster up front, because they've had so many players in and out of their line-up last winter, and after the draft yesterday. Boudreau, Gaudreau, and Beauvillier will be depended on for the majority of the scoring. Beauvillier is a born goal scorer, and playing on that top line, he may have the most points of any rookie in the league. Schumacher, a big, solid, two-way defenceman, will lead the D core with Dylan Labbé, who I expect to have an NHL rookie camp under his belt by the time the season starts. Cupper will be shutting the door down too, so don't be too surprised if this team gets hot.

Chicoutimi Saguenèens

20s: Archambault, Cloutier, Sylvestre
Euros:

Hudon-Dauphin-Bouchard
S. Tremblay-Sylvestre-Gobeil
Guevremont-Boutet-Petawabano
Carignan-Desy-Blackburn
Pouliot

Archambault-Cloutier
Roussy-Léveillé
Allard-C. Tremblay
Carrier-McGurty

Billia
Graham

The Sags will most likely struggle this year. Their forward depth isn't great, other than superstars Hudon and Dauphin. 20 year old Sylvestre will also be relied on for a boatload of the offense. These three will be surrounded by young blood, and it wouldn't surprise me a bit to see Hudon get traded next deadline. Their defence core is actually solid, 7 of the 8 played in the Q last year, and Cloutier and Archambault will lead that group. Billia and Graham will probably split time in between the pipes.

Euro pick predictions = 2 forwards


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06-09-2013, 11:40 AM
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Superb work!
Cant say thank you enough to guys like yourself, and #57 for taking the time to do these "at a glance guides"
I see that you have not added an opinion of the Drakkar import.
Do you think they will bring over another forward to replace Straka?

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Drakkar will get that Euro...

I agree with the standings. I see QC bringing I'm a high end Euro.

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I think that B-C will take a d-man, and probably Russian. Maybe Zykov could get one of his buddies over!

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I think that B-C will take a d-man, and probably Russian. Maybe Zykov could get one of his buddies over!
I really like Eduard Nasybullin: Very slick D Man, controls the PP, dictates the tempo, always on the move...would be perfect for the Q.
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2013-14 QMJHL Telus East Division
Rimouski Océanic

20s: Beauvillier, Oke, Trainor Beauvillier will not return
Euros: Bryukvin, Kostalek Bryukvin barring any suprises will not return to Rimouski next year.

Oke-Trainor-Matteau No Centers on that line
Beauvillier-Gauthier-Bryukvin Beauvillier asked for a trade, will not return, same for Bryukvin
Deluca-Hébert-Loiseau Hébert is lower in the chart than Joly, Loiseau is playing center
Poulin-Joly-Samson
Fortier

Morin-Mackinnon
Gravel-Kostalek
Bourque-Leclerc
McSween

Desrosiers
Fortin
here are my remarks

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here are my remarks
Alright, thank you.

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Can't see them split their top line of Paquin Boudreau, Girard and Zykov.

Turbide is more of a defensive forward anyways...

Grégoire is the Center, not Gamelin.

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Can't see them split their top line of Paquin Boudreau, Girard and Zykov.

Turbide is more of a defensive forward anyways...

Grégoire is the Center, not Gamelin.
Gamelin played center, 3rd line center last year. Gregoire and Girard top two centers at the end of last year.

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Beauvillier should fetch a big return.

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Beauvillier should fetch a big return.
Maybe Boucher will have to lower his demands for him. He was available last weekend.

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Victoriaville Tigres

T. Veilleux-Delisle-Hudon
Leblanc-Rehak-Ayotte
Johnston-Miceli-Nadeau
Veilleux, Delisle, and Hudon form what seems to be a solid first line, where we should see most of the production from.
Finished in the top 20 in the league, scored 36 goals, so I think he will contribute most of the offense and won't be on the 3rd line...

That was just something that caught my eye, well laid out depth charts though... Makes it easier for me to envision each team as it's still pretty early to predict things.

IMO though, Baie-Comeau looks like the strongest. Rimouski have a good group of 95's and could also win the division and league as well...

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Maybe Boucher will have to lower his demands for him. He was available last weekend.
What's the asking price ?

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Very early point predictions;

Baie-Comeau:
1 - Valentin Zykov - 85
2 - Gabryel Boudreau - 78
3 - Frederic Gamelin - 70
4 - Jeremy Gregoire - 65
5 - Felix Girard - 59
6 - Alexandre Ranger - 48
7 - Julien Lepage - 39
8 - Alec Jon Banville - 38
9 - Alexandre Chenevert - 34
10 - Dominic Poulin - 31

Chicoutimi:
1 - Charles Hudon - 105
2 - Sebastien Sylvestre - 80
3 - Laurent Dauphin - 73
4 - Loik Leveille - 52
5 - Thomas Gobeil - 51
6 - Alexandre Roy - 44
7 - Gabriel Gagnon - 39
8 - Jeremy Bouchard - 37
9 - Scott Carrier - 35
10 - Charles Guevremont - 33

Quebec:
1 - Adam Erne - 92
2 - Nick Sorensen - 84
3 - Anthony Duclair - 83
4 - Ryan Culkin - 55
5 - Brandon Shea - 53
6 - Jeremy Beaudry - 50
7 - Kurt Etchergary - 47
8 - Alexandre Boivin - 37
9 - Massimo Carozza - 36
10 - Jason Houde - 35

Rimouski:
1 - Peter Trainor - 96
2 - Scott Oke - 83
3 - Anthony De Luca - 75
4 - Frederik Gauthier - 70
5 - Maxime Gravel - 58
6 - Jan Kostalek - 48
7 - Michael Joly - 47
8 - Nicolas Hebert - 37
9 - Alexis Loiseau - 36
10 - Samuel Morin - 33

Shawinigan:
1 - Matthew Boudreau - 79
2 - Patrik Koys - 63
3 - Frederick Gaudreau - 59
4 - Alexandre Grandmaison - 46
5 - Felix-Antoine Bergeron - 44
6 - Frank Schumacher - 43
7 - Anthony Beauvillier - 42
8 - Dylan Labbe - 38
9 - Kris Hodge - 37
10 - Mason Gray - 36

Victoriaville:
1 - Angelo Miceli - 89
2 - Jean-Francois Leblanc - 63
3 - Philippe Hudon - 60
4 - Petr Sidlik - 54
5 - Carl-Antoine Delisle - 53
6 - Mathieu Ayotte - 52
7 - Tristan Pomerleau - 43
8 - Tommy Veilleux - 41
9 - Ross Johnston - 37
10 - Mickael Rheaume - 36

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1 - Charles Hudon - 105
I say he leads the league.
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5 - Brandon Shea - 53
Can't see that, more likely to leave the team... Thought he was done with the Q?

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Can't see that, more likely to leave the team... Thought he was done with the Q?
He's coming back next season

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Mikael Lalancette said on twitter that if everything goes as planned, Callum Booth will be at camp in August. This is a real bonus for the Remparts as they are bidding for the 2015 Memorial cup.

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Mikael Lalancette said on twitter that if everything goes as planned, Callum Booth will be at camp in August. This is a real bonus for the Remparts as they are bidding for the 2015 Memorial cup.
I'll bet Hanifin is next.

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I'll bet Hanifin is next.
Doubt it. He's probably the longest shot of any American , also probably the most skilled.

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Very early point predictions;

Quebec:
1 - Adam Erne - 92
2 - Nick Sorensen - 84
3 - Anthony Duclair - 83
4 - Ryan Culkin - 55
5 - Brandon Shea - 53
6 - Jeremy Beaudry - 50
7 - Kurt Etchergary - 47
8 - Alexandre Boivin - 37
9 - Massimo Carozza - 36
10 - Jason Houde - 35
Etchegary can and will do more if he's healthy. He would have done about 55 last year if he had been healthy. I expect something like 65-75, especially since he'll play top 6 and on the PP.

Shea at 53 is way too high. It shouldn't be more than 30-40.

You're missing Bergeron. If he keeps playing with Etchegary-Duclair and on the PP, I expect something like 40-50 pts.

Beaudry isn't going to play for Quebec unless Culkin gets traded. Overagers are supposed to be Culkin, Donnelly and Houde.

There's an euro missing, probably a center.

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Can't see that, more likely to leave the team... Thought he was done with the Q?
He left because of medical reasons last year.

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Doubt it. He's probably the longest shot of any American , also probably the most skilled.
Why is he so untouchable ?

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Why is he so untouchable ?
He's a high end American defenceman. One of the best for his age. He's playing with the USDP this upcoming season and is commited to Boston College. He's made it very clear he has no interest in major junior and will pursue hockey in the states.

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Tough division...

#1 Rimouski (100) - great team, imagine if Simon and Matteau report
#2 Baie-Comeau (97) - will be very good next season, deep offense
#3 Victoriaville (85) - really liking this team, Whitney is god
#4 Quebec (84) - always in the mix, some good names but D is ?
#5 Chicoutimi (73) - trading Hudon at Xmas will hurt their ranking..
#6 Shawinigan (52) - Huge doubts on this team... not many decent pieces

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RIM:
De Luca - Oke - Trainor
Simon - Gauthier - Hebert
Joly - Loiseau - Samson
Chapados - Fortier - ?

MacKinnon - Morin
Gravel - Kostalek
Leclerc - Grundy

Desrosiers - Fortin

BC:
Boudreau - Girard - Zykov
Gorbunov - Gamelin - Ranger
Banville - Gregoire - Turbide
Pouliot - ? - Imama

Lepage - Verpaelst
Chenevert - Poulin
? - Vanier

Cadorette - Lemieux

VIC:
Miceli - Leblanc - Ayotte
Delisle - Mandat - Hudon
Veilleux - Rheaume - Johnston
Savage - ? - Gagne

Sidlik - Boucher
Pomerleau - Diaby
Trickett - Fortier

Whitney - Veilleux

QUE:
Duclair - Etchegary - Herzog
Erne - Shea - Sorensen
Boivin - Carozza - Houde
Lamarre - Bergeron - Turnbull

Culkin - Donaghey
Beaudry - MacIntyre
? - Hunter

Brassard - Flinn

CHI:
Hudon - Sylvestre - Gobeil
Tremblay - Dauphin - Puhakka
Guevremont - Roy - Bouchard
Gagnon - Boutet - Gagnon

Archambault - Lyamkin
Leveille - Tremblay
Roussy - Carrier

Billia - Graham

SHA:
Gray - Boudreau - Zinoviev
Grandmaison - Gaudreau - Beauvillier
Hodge - Bergeron - D'Aoust
Delisle-Houde - Tremblay - Pawelczyk

Labbe - Schumacher
Taylor - Maheux
Scott - Boudreau

Cupper - Samuel

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