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06-22-2014, 08:44 PM
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Martin is interesting as a project but you can be left with a guy who just doesn't excel in the offensive or defensive zone. I don't think I'd be willing to spend a 2nd rounder on a guy like that.
He is not very good. I've seen him 7 times live this year and he doesn't excel at anything really, he is soft in his own zone and has slim to none offensive potential. Drafting Martin would be a wasted pick, besides being a great skater he doesn't have much going for him.

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Hi guys, I was an high follower in the past status and many people from RDS forum will remember me, but I cant find the time this year to maintain my "wannabe scouter" . So what will be the bests picks possible for us this year?

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btw WS, why do you have Highmore on you ND list? same as the other kids? High motor but too small for the next level?

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http://futureconsiderations.ca/fc-re...-ranking-2015/

Look at the players at #24 and #25, both of them are studs. Mikko Rantanen pretty much had the same production as Kapanen this year in the SM-Liiga and he's 6'4 (he also completely outproduced him in international play).
The FC link you provided makes some pretty bold statements about the 2015 class:

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Not only have names like McDavid, Eichel and Hanifin been making big impressions over that time, but strong, difference-making talent seems to be added to the count for this draft class on what seems like a weekly basis.

With the draft still a year away, there is even some hope that we will be seeing the best NHL Draft class ever and that the next wave of NHL superstars will soon be upon us. The North American crop, specifically, looks amazing and the Americans are surely the ones leading the charge. Early indications are that the depth south of the border could challenge the depth normally seen from the CHL.
If next year may be the best draft class ever, why not market our picks and disposable assets aggressively, and land that critical extra pick in next year's first round.

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what NHL.com thinks montreal needs and should do

MONTREAL CANADIENS

Top priority: Strong, physical forwards

The situation: The Canadiens addressed a glaring need for size along the forward lines at the 2013 draft when they selected 6-foot-6 right wing Michael McCarron in the first round (No. 25), but he remains a work in progress and will continue to grow and mature with the London Knights of theOHL. Swedish left wing Jacob De la Rose (2013, No. 34) probably is ahead of McCarron at this stage of his development. Goalie Zachary Fucale (2013, No. 36) and defenseman Jarred Tinordi (2010, No. 22) have made progress in their growth. Tinordi, a 6-foot-6, 227-pound left-shot defenseman, played 22 games with the Canadiens in 2013-14. Montreal hasn't had a 40-goal scorer since Brian Bellows in 1993-94, but at the rate forward Alex Galchenyuk (2012, No. 3) is progressing, having a 40-goal scorer might soon be the least of the team's worries.

Possible fits: Center Ryan MacInnis (Kitchener, OHL); center Eric Cornel (Peterborough, OHL); left wing Adrian Kempe (Modo, SWE).

http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=722628&cmpid=nhl-fb

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What are the chances that Kempe is around when we pick ?

He is the guy I want.

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What are the chances that Kempe is around when we pick ?

He is the guy I want.
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What about Scherbak ?

He seems pretty legit and the exact type of prospect we are missing in our prospect pool.

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I'd be happy with any of Pastrnak, Ho-sang, Lemieux, Scherback, Kempe, Sanheim, Bleackley, maybe Vrana. As well as the others that could fall.

What really sucks is that I'll be away from wifi and contact to the outside world from June 25th-July 15th. Good chance that I won't have any chance to find out who the Habs draft or sign in free agency until then.

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What about Scherbak ?

He seems pretty legit and the exact type of prospect we are missing in our prospect pool.
he might be there but it's not very likely, still he could drop due to the russian factor. he's definitely someone that'll go @ around the 20-25 range

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Like every year, someone will have to drop.


A lot of talent in the first round again, we could see a player like Scherbak falling.

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Like every year, someone will have to drop.


A lot of talent in the first round again, we could see a player like Scherbak falling.
I sure hope so.

He looks like the real deal. Good wheels and hands. Also have heard that he has good hockey IQ.

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Like every year, someone will have to drop.


A lot of talent in the first round again, we could see a player like Scherbak falling.
the problem is theres not enough talent towards the late 1st/early 2nd that would push someone like scherbak down to us

1. Florida Panthers: Sam Bennett
2. Buffalo Sabres: Sam Reinhart
3. Edmonton Oilers: Aaron Ekblad
4. Calgary Flames: Leon Draisaitl
5. New York Islanders: Michael Dal Colle
6. Vancouver Canucks: Nikolaj Ehlers
7. Carolina Hurricanes: Nick Ritchie
8. Toronto Maple Leafs: William Nylander
9. Winnipeg Jets: Jake Virtanen
10. Anaheim Ducks (from Ottawa): Haydn Fleury
11. Nashville Predators: Brendan Perlini
12. Arizona Coyotes: Robby Fabbri
13. Washington Capitals: Kasperi Kapanen
14. Dallas Stars: Dylan Larkin
15. Detroit Red Wings: Kevin Fiala
16. Columbus Blue Jackets: Alex Tuch
17. Philadelphia Flyers: Sonny Milano
18. Minnesota Wild: Jared McCann
19. Tampa Bay Lightning: Ivan Barbashev
20. San Jose Sharks: Jakub Vrana
21. St. Louis Blues: Adrian Kempe
22. Pittsburgh Penguins: Nikita Scherbak <-------
23. Colorado Avalanche: Travis Sanheim
24. Anaheim Ducks: Nick Schmaltz
25. Boston Bruins: Conner Bleackley
26. Montreal Canadians: David Pastrnak
27. Chicago Blackhawks: Julius Honka
28. Tampa Bay(from Rangers): Roland McKeown
29. Los Angeles Kings: Jack Dougherty
30. New Jersey Devils: Thatcher Demko

Sanheim can easily get picked before Scherbak but even then you'd need 3+ players to get drafted ahead of him so he could fall to us, you can make an argument for Honka and Pastrnak aswell but after that.. youre kinda pushing it


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If you watch the highlight video of Nikita Scherbak you'll fall in love.
Just did. He is going to be a special player.

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the problem is theres not enough talent towards the late 1st/early 2nd that would push someone like scherbak down to us

1.Florida Panthers: Sam Reinhart
2. Buffalo Sabres: Sam Bennett
3. Edmonton Oilers: Aaron Ekblad
4. Calgary Flames: Leon Draisaitl
5. New York Islanders: Michael Dal Colle
6. Vancouver Canucks: William Nylander
7. Carolina Hurricanes: Nick Ritchie
8. Toronto Maple Leafs: Nikolaj Ehlers
9. Winnipeg Jets: Jake Virtanen
10. Anaheim Ducks (from Ottawa): Haydn Fleury
11. Nashville Predators: Brendan Perlini
12. Arizona Coyotes: Kevin Fiala
13. Washington Capitals: Adrian Kempe
14. Dallas Stars: Kasperi Kapanen
15. Detroit Red Wings: Ivan Barbashev
16. Columbus Blue Jackets: Robby Fabbri
17. Philadelphia Flyers: Dylan Larkin
18. Minnesota Wild: Jared McCann
19. Tampa Bay Lightning: Sonny Milano
20. San Jose Sharks: Jakub Vrana
21. St. Louis Blues: Alex Tuch
22. Pittsburgh Penguins: Nikita Scherbak <--------
23. Colorado Avalanche: Travis Sanheim
24. Anaheim Ducks: Nick Schmaltz
25. Boston Bruins: Conner Bleackley
26. Montreal Canadians: David Pastrnak
27. Chicago Blackhawks: Thatcher Demko
28. Tampa Bay(from Rangers): Julius Honka
29. Los Angeles Kings: Ryan Donato
30. New Jersey Devils: Josh Ho-Sang

Sanheim can easily get picked before Scherbak but even then you'd need 3+ players to get drafted ahead of him so he could fall to us, you can make an argument for Honka and Pastrnak aswell but after that.. youre kinda pushing it
Well that third player could be Ho-Sang. He reminds me alot of Shinkaruk in alot of ways. He was at one point highly touted but will go anywhere from 15 (Arguably) to 30.

I think him along with Honka and Pastrnak are the wildcards. In addition to that you almost always have a team that picks a guy who should go in the second round or end of the first like Calgary did with the Jank.

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Well that third player could be Ho-Sang. He reminds me alot of Shinkaruk in alot of ways. He was at one point highly touted but will go anywhere from 15 (Arguably) to 30.

I think him along with Honka and Pastrnak are the wildcards. In addition to that you almost always have a team that picks a guy who should go in the second round or end of the first like Calgary did with the Jank.
Like i said i dont think the talent pool is deep enough for us to see someone sneak ahead of Scherbak, someone like Lemieux/Bleackley could do it tho.

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like i said i dont think the talent pool is deep enough for us to see someone sneak ahead of sherback, someone like lemieux/bleackley could do it tho.
Would be a mistake though. These two guys scream bottom 6 players to me honestly.

We need to use this draft to swing for the fences and take all out offensive players. Because the ones we drafted aren't developing as planned.

I think that the two stated above will be bottom 6 players for sure.

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Where do you people see LeBlanc (SNB), Nogier and Middleton go and where they start having value?
Logically, Leblanc will go in the 4th round. But you never know, it takes one team.

I think he's good enough to go in the 3rd round, but teams will be scared by his toothpick body.

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the problem is theres not enough talent towards the late 1st/early 2nd that would push someone like scherbak down to us

1.Florida Panthers: Sam Reinhart
2. Buffalo Sabres: Sam Bennett
3. Edmonton Oilers: Aaron Ekblad
4. Calgary Flames: Leon Draisaitl
5. New York Islanders: Michael Dal Colle
6. Vancouver Canucks: William Nylander
7. Carolina Hurricanes: Nick Ritchie
8. Toronto Maple Leafs: Nikolaj Ehlers
9. Winnipeg Jets: Jake Virtanen
10. Anaheim Ducks (from Ottawa): Haydn Fleury
11. Nashville Predators: Brendan Perlini
12. Arizona Coyotes: Kevin Fiala
13. Washington Capitals: Adrian Kempe
14. Dallas Stars: Kasperi Kapanen
15. Detroit Red Wings: Robby Fabbri
16. Columbus Blue Jackets: Ivan Barbashev
17. Philadelphia Flyers: Dylan Larkin
18. Minnesota Wild: Jared McCann
19. Tampa Bay Lightning: Sonny Milano
20. San Jose Sharks: Jakub Vrana
21. St. Louis Blues: Alex Tuch
22. Pittsburgh Penguins: Nikita Scherbak <--------
23. Colorado Avalanche: Travis Sanheim
24. Anaheim Ducks: Nick Schmaltz
25. Boston Bruins: Conner Bleackley
26. Montreal Canadians: David Pastrnak
27. Chicago Blackhawks: Thatcher Demko
28. Tampa Bay(from Rangers): Julius Honka
29. Los Angeles Kings: Ryan Donato
30. New Jersey Devils: Josh Ho-Sang

Sanheim can easily get picked before Scherbak but even then you'd need 3+ players to get drafted ahead of him so he could fall to us, you can make an argument for Honka and Pastrnak aswell but after that.. youre kinda pushing it
I don't see Sanheim making it out of the top20.

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Logically, Leblanc will go in the 4th round. But you never know, it takes one team.

I think he's good enough to go in the 3rd round, but teams will be scared by his toothpick body.



I don't see Sanheim making it out of the top20.
maybe, who knows. i think we can agree that he'll most likely be gone before our pick, so it doesnt really matter.

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QP's 2014 wish list

It's 'Q heavy, I'm not afraid to admit it. My knowledge of the players beyond the first 3 rounds outside of the 'Q comes mostly from the odd CHL games and the major events (international tournaments/ Top prospects games). I only listed players that I've seen play. Most of my viewings have been from the stands, only a handful (or so) of the players from this list were evaluated from video.




1st round


Would be happy with the pick: David Pastrnak, Jakub Vrana, Connor Bleackley, Vladislav Kamenev, Nikolay Goldobin, Julius Honka.

Do not want: Roland Mckeown, Josh Ho-Sang, John Quenneville.

Unprobable to be there but would love the pick: Travis Sanheim, Nikita Scherbak, Sonny Milano, Ivan Barbashev.

Boring picks: Brendan Lemieux, Thatcher Demko, Jack Dougherty


3rd round
: Vaclav Karabacek, Daniel Audette, Alexis Vanier, Vladimir Tkachev, Ryan MacInnis, Andreas Englund, Ryan Collins.

4th round: Alexandre Goulet, Dominic Turgeon, Julien Pelletier, Olivier Leblanc, Edgars Kulda, Ryan Bliss.

5th round: Keegan Iverson, Alexis Pépin, Mads Eller, Julien Nantel, Francis Perron, Oskar Lindblom, Christian Dvorak.

6th round: Daniel Walcott, Brandon Fortunato, Edwin Minney, Anders Bjork, Alexei Sleptsov, Nikita Tryamkin.

7th round: Sergei Boikov, Keven Bouchard, Nikita Lyamkin, Carl Neill, Connor Garland, Duncan Macintyre, Cody Donaghey, Joey Ratelle, Julio Billia, Jan Mandat.

*not enough viewings but wouldn't mind*: Ryan Mantha, Cameron Darcy, Pavel Krakovsky.

Do not want under realistic circumstances: Clark Bishop, Jonathan Deschamps, Matthew Highmore, Spencer Smallman, Nikolas Brouillard, Jayce Hawryluk, Nikita Jevpalovs, Ben Thomas, Mason MacDonald.


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We need to use this draft to swing for the fences and take all out offensive players. Because the ones we drafted aren't developing as planned.
If you mean the players taken last year, is it not too early to tell?

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i got sanheim, not bad

1. Florida Panthers: Aaron Ekblad, D, Barrie (OHL)
2. Buffalo Sabres: Sam Reinhart, C, Kootenay (WHL)
3. Edmonton Oilers: Leon Draisaitl, C, Prince Albert (WHL)
4. Calgary Flames: Sam Bennett, C, Kingston (OHL)
5. NY Islanders: Michael Dal Colle, LW, Oshawa (OHL)
6. Vancouver Canucks: William Nylander, RW, Sodertalje (Sweden)
7. Carolina Hurricanes: Nikolaj Ehlers, LW, Halifax (QMJHL)
8. Toronto Maple Leafs: Kasperi Kapanen, RW, KalPa (Finland)
9. Winnipeg Jets: Kevin Fiala, LW, HV71 (Sweden)
10. Anaheim Ducks (from Ottawa Senators): Nick Ritchie, LW, Peterborough (OHL)
11. Nashville Predators: Brendan Perlini, LW, Niagara (OHL)
12. Phoenix Coyotes: Robby Fabbri, C, Guelph (OHL)
13. Washington Capitals: Haydn Fleury, D, Red Deer (WHL)
14. Dallas Stars: Jake Virtanen, RW, Calgary (WHL)
15. Detroit Red Wings: Adrian Kempe, LW, Modo (Sweden)
16. Columbus Blue Jackets: Sonny Milano, LW, USA NTDP (USHL)
17. Philadelphia Flyers: Jared McCann, C, Sault Ste Marie (OHL)
18. Minnesota Wild: Ivan Barbashev, LW, Moncton (QMJHL)
19. Tampa Bay Lightning: David Pastrnak, RW, Sodertalje (Sweden)
20. San Jose Sharks: Jakub Vrana, LW, Linkoping (Sweden)
21. St. Louis Blues (conditional to Buffalo Sabres): Dylan Larkin, C, USA NTDP (USHL)
22. Pittsburgh Penguins: Alex Tuch, RW, USA NTDP (USHL)
23. Colorado Avalanche: Roland McKeown, D, Kingston (OHL)
24. Anaheim Ducks: Nikita Scherbak, LW, Saskatoon (WHL)
25. Boston Bruins: Nikolay Goldobin, RW, Sarnia (OHL)
26. Montreal Canadiens: Travis Sanheim, D, North Bay (OHL)

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Julien Pelletier is a name from the Q that I wouldn't mind us having some interest in. He's got good hands, scored well for a rookie and played well into the play-offs. Smallish build but he could be an effective PP player at the next level. Red Line compares his style to David Perron. A David Perron type player in the 4th-5th round is fine by me.

Juho Lammikko is another name. Could end up progressing like De La Rose did. A guy who might end up a big bodied second line scorer but at least could be a 3rd line player who will do anything to win and keeps plays simple.

I've been hard on Russians in this draft but one to keep an eye on is Maxim Letunov. He needs to add weight but the guy is shifty on the offense and he is great at retrieving the puck from opposing forwards. If we can grab him before Detroit gets their hands on him, I'd be fine with that.

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Julien Pelletier is a name from the Q that I wouldn't mind us having some interest in. He's got good hands, scored well for a rookie and played well into the play-offs. Smallish build but he could be an effective PP player at the next level. Red Line compares his style to David Perron. A David Perron type player in the 4th-5th round is fine by me.

Juho Lammikko is another name. Could end up progressing like De La Rose did. A guy who might end up a big bodied second line scorer but at least could be a 3rd line player who will do anything to win and keeps plays simple.

I've been hard on Russians in this draft but one to keep an eye on is Maxim Letunov. He needs to add weight but the guy is shifty on the offense and he is great at retrieving the puck from opposing forwards. If we can grab him before Detroit gets their hands on him, I'd be fine with that.
For me, I just see Pelletier being a NHL'er. Has the composure in his game, the assurance, and the qualities to make it. Needs to improve his skating but he did all year long. Agree on the guys you named as I have them on my list. One guy I'm stunned I didn't put though as I forgot about him was Gavin Bayreuther. So I'M not going to adjust my list....filled of people already. But I reserve the right all week long to add a few names....

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