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03-23-2007, 09:53 PM
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Carter Camper and James Marcou from the USHl both passed over for size last draft 5 and 6 in the league in scoring

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03-23-2007, 09:59 PM
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How about Mathieu Roy from who is now playing for Val D'Or in the Q. He was considered a 2nd or 3rd rounder last year I think, but after scoring 50g and 104 pts last year was passed over. Has 42g and 87pts this year. Not sure if he is eligible this year though.

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03-23-2007, 10:19 PM
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Prince Albert's line of Ryan DePape, Ryan McDonald, and Matthew Robertson have been great this year in the WHL. They were all passed over last year.

Also from the WHL are Victor Bartley (Kam), Mich Fadden (Leth), Andrew Clark (Bra), Mark Santorelli (Chi), Jason Reese (MJ), and Andrew Bailey (Koo) who all have decent shots at being drafted.

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03-24-2007, 08:44 AM
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From Sweden

Oscar Sundh

Martin Johansson

Both of them are coming of strong rookie years in the SEL. Martin is one year younger and have not played as much as Oscar but they both show good 2 way skills. Both are long shots of making the NHL but I guess some one would take a gamble on them in the later rounds. Martin also had a very good WJC-20 (7-3-2-5).

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03-24-2007, 09:34 AM
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Josh Godfrey, a defenceman from the Soo Greyhounds. An absolute cannon of a shot and a pretty solid defender to boot.

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03-24-2007, 10:37 AM
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Ryan Wilson ?
hes already an over ager in the O, probly wont get drafted but definately a camp invitee

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03-24-2007, 09:41 PM
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I'm really surprised that Jon Kalinski's name never comes up in these discussions. He's a kid that scored 17 goals this year in the WCHA(and would have been around 25 if he finished off a few more breakaways), was probably one of the best penalty killers in the WCHA. He's a very fast skater, and one of the most fearless kids you're ever going to see.
I agree he looks promising. Good combo of skills, heart, and decent size. Jon Kalinski (F; '87; 6'1/175) 37GP - 17G - 10A - 27PTS - 74PIM

Here are 25 other college names that were passed over last year and are still eligible for this year (in no order):

1)Cornell's Brendon Nash (D; '87; 6'3/206) 29GP - 2G - 12A - 14PTS - 38PIM
2) Yale's Mark Arcobello (F; '88; 5'9/165) 29 - 10 - 14 - 24pts - 49
3) Yale's Alec Richards (G; '87; 6'4/190) 26 - 9W-15L-2T - 3.12 GAA - .891 SVP - 0 SO
4) Vermont's Brayden Irwin (F; '87; 6'5/205) 33 - 7 - 12 - 19pts - 14
5) Dartmouth's T.J. Galiardi (F; '88; 6'1/170) 33 - 14 - 17 - 31pts - 30
6) Boston College's Ben Smith (F; '88; 5'11/195) 38 - 8 - 5 - 13pts - 8
7) Brown's Jeremy Russell (D; '87; 6'0/190) 32 - 3 - 11 - 14pts - 24
8) Harvard's Jimmy Fraser (F; '87; 5'11/185) 29 - 6 - 10 - 16pts - 38
9) Harvard's Chad Morin (D; '88; 6'0/205) 29 - 2 - 7 -9pts - 49
10) Lake Superior's Simon Gysbers (D; '87; 6'4/185) 41- 4 - 9 - 13pts - 45
11) Miami's Alec Martinez (D; '87; 6'1/190) 40 - 9 - 15 - 24pts - 36
12) Niagara's Chris Moran (F; '87; 5'10/175) 37 - 9 - 31 - 40pts - 24
13) Notre Dame's Ryan Thang (F; '87; 5'11/184) 40 - 18 - 21 - 39pts - 20
14) Union's Mario Valery-Trabucco (F; '87; 5'11/180) 35 - 12 - 11 - 23 - 50
15) Notre Dame's Kevin Deeth (F; '87; 5'7/158) 40 - 17 - 22 - 39pts - 24
16) Quinnipiac's Bud Fisher (G; '87; 5'11/170) 39GP - 20W-14L-5T - 2.52 GAA - .903 SVP - 3 SO
17) St. Cloud's Ryan Lasch (F; '87; 5'9/175) 39 - 16 - 23 - 39pts - 8
18) St. Lawrence's Alex Petizian (G; '87; 5'10/175) 29 - 19W-9L-1T - 2.30 GAA - .916 SVP - 2 SO
19) Denver's Brock Trotter (F; '87; 5'9/165) 40 - 16 - 24 - 40pts - 22
20) U Michigan's Tim Miller (F; '87; 6'1/190) 40 - 7 - 17 - 24pts - 57
21) U Michigan's Brian Lebler (F; '88; 6'2/205) 36 - 7 - 4 - 11pts - 32
22) U Minnesota's Brian Schack (D; '87; 6'2/216) 26 - 1 - 7 - 8pts -28
23) Wisconsin's Ben Street (F; '87; 5'11/185) 41 - 10 - 7 - 17pts - 16
24) UMass Am's Justin Braun (D; '87; 6'1/180) 37 - 4 - 10 - 14pts - 20
25) UMass Low's Jeremy Dehner (D; '87; 5'9/180) 36 - 3 - 13 - 16pts - 19

Odds are against most of these guys, but about half I'd say have a decent shot at being drafted.

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03-24-2007, 10:25 PM
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mattias modig was passed in 05 and 06, but he will get drafted this year.

another guy, from norway. mats zucarello aasen. he is born in 87. he is top 5 in the norwegian league in points and plays for the national team. he will most likely not get picked because he is so small. he is around 5'6" or 5'7". but he has amazing skills. if he was 4 inches taller he would have been drafted allready.

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03-25-2007, 12:46 AM
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hes already an over ager in the O, probly wont get drafted but definately a camp invitee
Wilson was born Feb 3,1987.

Some quality OHLers who have been bypassed in at least one draft (most have been previously mentioned):

Josh Godfrey, Soo
Dustin Jeffrey, Soo
Matt Halischuk, Kitchener
Brett Bellimore, Plymouth
Matt Caria, St. Mikes

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David Schlemko has had a great season for Medicine Hat. A slick high scoring d-man.

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