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Who are the top 2005 NHL Draft Prospects Playing in the CHL this Year?

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01-06-2004, 01:13 PM
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Who are the top 2005 NHL Draft Prospects Playing in the CHL this Year?

Looking for guys that at this point look to probably go in the first two rounds. Any info you can provide would be great. I like to try and follow these guys from early on. Also where do you think each of these players will end up going in the 2005 NHL draft?

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OHL guys to watch:

Bryan Little (BAR) - smallish playmaker is making an impact as a rookie

Ryan Wilson (TOR) - solid defender, punishing hitter has improved steadily over the course of the season

Ryan O'Marra (ERIE) - power forward type

Daniel Ryder (PET) - brother of calder candidate Michael Ryder, he plays a similar style to his older sibling

Kyle Lamb (SDY) - two-way defender was a top performer for Ontario at u17 tourney

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there is obviously Sidney Crosby

also from the Q there will be Rmy Elayoubi ... not too sure about the spelling

Guillaume Latendresse

Mathieu Carle

Jean Phillipe Paquet

Andrew Andricopoulos

Joey Ryan

Adam Blanchette

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Where do you see each of these guys going in the 2005 draft?

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Gilbert Brule will go in the first rd.

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I think most people see American Bobby Ryan going atleast top 10.
Plays for the Owen Sound Attack and is 3rd in OHL rookie scoring (two older players have more points)
36 gms 19 goals 11 assists 30 points.
Skating needs a little work, and needs to watch his temper, but has that natural scoring ability...

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Gilbert Brule is supposed to be the tougher, more physical version of Sidney Crosby. Think of it this way...

Sidney Crosby: Wayne Gretzky/Joe Sakic like skills
Gilbert Brule: Joe Thornton clone

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there is obviously Sidney Crosby

also from the Q there will be Rmy Elayoubi ... not too sure about the spelling

Guillaume Latendresse

Mathieu Carle

Jean Phillipe Paquet

Andrew Andricopoulos

Joey Ryan

Adam Blanchette
Carle is 2006
Ryan is 2006
Blanchette is 2004

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2005 for Q:

Sidney Crosby - C
Guillaume Latendresse - W
Ryan Mior - G
JP Lavasseur - G
Luc Bourdon - D
Francis Charland - W
JP Paquet - D
Romy Elayoubi - W
Andre Androcopolous - D
MA Cote - W
Justin Saulnier - C
Jordan Clendenning - W

Not in order

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Gilbert Brule is supposed to be the tougher, more physical version of Sidney Crosby. Think of it this way...

Sidney Crosby: Wayne Gretzky/Joe Sakic like skills
Gilbert Brule: Joe Thornton clone

Bruel will need to add about 4 inches then. He is stil small.

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Gilbert Brule: Joe Thornton clone
I dont see how a guy that is only 5'11 and shoots right-handed can be compared to Joe Thornton...

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2005 for Q:

Sidney Crosby - C
Guillaume Latendresse - W
Ryan Mior - G
JP Lavasseur - G
Luc Bourdon - D
Francis Charland - W
JP Paquet - D
Romy Elayoubi - W
Andre Androcopolous - D
MA Cote - W
Justin Saulnier - C
Jordan Clendenning - W

Not in order

Do you have any scouting reports on some of the more "high profile" Americans in the QMJHL eligible for the next couple of drafts?


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Another couple WHLers to watch out for are Devin Setoguchi and Wacey Rabbit, although Rabbit's stock has fallen slightly as he is having an offseason (just like his whole team). Setoguchi was captain of Team Pacific and played on the first line with Brule and Bradford. I believe he finished in the top 10 in points in the tournament.

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Thanks for the Great Replies
Anyone have a top 30 or 50 for the 2005 Draft?

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Another couple WHLers to watch out for are Devin Setoguchi and Wacey Rabbit, although Rabbit's stock has fallen slightly as he is having an offseason (just like his whole team). Setoguchi was captain of Team Pacific and played on the first line with Brule and Bradford. I believe he finished in the top 10 in points in the tournament.

Rabbit a top prospect... thats scary.

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Anyone have a top 30 or 50 for the 2005 Draft?
It's too early to announce a top 30 or 50 for the 2005 Draft. Too much can change in that time! Only Crosby's #1 spot is fix, so far......

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Do you have any scouting reports on some of the more "high profile" Americans in the QMJHL eligible for the next couple of drafts?
Not formal reports, Most of the 2005 NHL draft prospects are still 16 year olds so i have only seen most players 1-2 times. Still too early to do a full report on them.

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Another couple WHLers to watch out for are Devin Setoguchi and Wacey Rabbit, although Rabbit's stock has fallen slightly as he is having an offseason (just like his whole team). Setoguchi was captain of Team Pacific and played on the first line with Brule and Bradford. I believe he finished in the top 10 in points in the tournament.
Wacey Rabbit? What a superb hockey player name!

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Gilbert Brule: Joe Thornton clone
Brule doesn't play like Thornton does. He plays aggressive but his style isn't near how Thornton plays. I'd say he plays more like Yzerman.

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Anybody think that Latendresse could go top 15?

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Top 2 prospects
1. Sidney Crosby
2. Gilbert Brule

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