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06-25-2008, 03:48 PM
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Prospects developmental camp lineup?

anyone know when our prospects camp is?

who might be invited?

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06-25-2008, 03:51 PM
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Hmmmm my guess here is anyone who is a....prospect

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anyone know when our prospects camp is?

who might be invited?

July 6th and 7th.

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The club's first overall pick will join 20 other youngsters at the team's annual prospect camp here, July 6-11.

The Leaf wannabes will have on-ice sessions, and be schooled in strength and conditioning, injury prevention and mental preparation. Player development coach Paul Dennis has also set up seminars on nutrition, media awareness and the business of sport.

Those attending the camp include Schenn, forward Nikolai Kulemin, fellow Europeans Jerome Flaake and Carl Gunnarsson, this year's No. 2 pick Jimmy Hayes and centre Chris DiDomenico.
http://www.torontosun.com/Sports/Hoc...01841-sun.html

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Hmmmm my guess here is anyone who is a....prospect
This guy seems to know what he's talking about.

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Well the article mentions 21 players. My guess is that it could include:

- Luke Schenn
- Nikolai Kulemin
- Jerome Flaake
- Carl Gunnarsson
- Jimmy Hayes
- Chris DiDomenico
- Joel Champagne
- Mikhail Stefanovich
- Korbinian Holzer
- Dale Mitchell
- Tyler Ruegsegger
- James Reimer
- Matt Frattin
- Ben Winnett
- Chad Rau
- Juraj Mikus
- Andrew MacWilliam
- Greg Pateryn
- Grant Rollheiser
- Leo Komarov
- Viktor Stalberg

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I don't think many NCAA guys attend because they have to pay their own ways - I'm not positive though.

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I don't think many NCAA guys attend because they have to pay their own ways - I'm not positive though.
They can attend but can't do everything the other prospects do to protect their status.

A huge joke, their schools pay them more than Junior players ever get. Cost of those full ride scholarships are from $120k and up.

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I don't think many NCAA guys attend because they have to pay their own ways - I'm not positive though.
I doubt any college player would turn down an invite from their NHL team to come to a training camp.

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They can attend but can't do everything the other prospects do to protect their status.

A huge joke, their schools pay them more than Junior players ever get. Cost of those full ride scholarships are from $120k and up.
You do know that for every year of Canadian Junior, you get one year of college tuition (albeit Canadian) paid for you, right? I know not all Canadian schools are as good as American ones, but some are, and if a player can play 4 years of junior and then go somewhere for 4 years without paying tuition (which is really expensive now that I'm looking into university), I'd say that's still pretty good too.

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I think they played a blue vs. white game last year and I was wondering if that may be open to the public. Does anyone know? Are the Leafs participating in the rookie tourney again?

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06-28-2008, 05:16 PM
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You do know that for every year of Canadian Junior, you get one year of college tuition (albeit Canadian) paid for you, right? I know not all Canadian schools are as good as American ones, but some are, and if a player can play 4 years of junior and then go somewhere for 4 years without paying tuition (which is really expensive now that I'm looking into university), I'd say that's still pretty good too.
And that's a great thing that I think all of the junior players should take advantage of but the hypocrisy of the NCAA and their bogus "amateur" rules have always bothered me. The schools run their sports like businesses, the players play a sport for consideration (sounds like the definition of a "professional" to me) in terms of room and board. Even more bogus are the Ivy League schools claiming to not give out athletic scholarships yet their athletes' way is paid nonetheless. These players should be allowed to take the odd t-shirt and have their hotel paid for when they go to these rookie camps. It's hypocrisy. Would a business student lose a scholarship because IBM flew him into town and put him up in a hotel for an interview? Of course not.

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And that's a great thing that I think all of the junior players should take advantage of but the hypocrisy of the NCAA and their bogus "amateur" rules have always bothered me. The schools run their sports like businesses, the players play a sport for consideration (sounds like the definition of a "professional" to me) in terms of room and board. Even more bogus are the Ivy League schools claiming to not give out athletic scholarships yet their athletes' way is paid nonetheless. These players should be allowed to take the odd t-shirt and have their hotel paid for when they go to these rookie camps. It's hypocrisy. Would a business student lose a scholarship because IBM flew him into town and put him up in a hotel for an interview? Of course not.
I think the difference with the Ivy League schools - and it may be pure semantics - is that the student must be accepted academically first, and then may qualify for a sports scholarship. I get the distinct impression that at least some other NCAA schools recruit first, then find a program to shoe-horn their players into. But I'm not especially well-versed in NCAA dynamics, so I may be wrong.

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You're close anyway...but you forgot the A is for athlete that helps the guys get in in the first place...

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3 goaltenders, 4 defensemen, and 15 forwards.

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Alex Berry - F - 153rd overall, 2005 Draft - U of Mass-Amherst
Joel Champagne - F - 129th overall, 2008 Draft - Chicoutimi (QMJHL)
Chris DiDomenico - F - 164th overall, 2007 Draft - St. John Sea Dogs (QMJHL)
Jerome Flaake - F - 130th overall, 2008 Draft - Kolner EC Jr (Ger Jr)
Matt Frattin - F - 99th overall, 2007 Draft - University of North Dakota
Stefano Giliati - F - Free Agent, 2008 - Lewiston Maineiacs (QMJHL)
Carl Gunnarsson - D - 194th overall, 2007 Draft - Linkoping (SweE)
Jimmy Hayes - F - 60th overall, 2008 Draft - Lincoln (USHL)
Nikolai Kulemin - F - 44th overall, 2006 Draft - Magnitogorsk (RusE)
Andrew MacWilliam - D - 188th overall, 2008 Draft - Camrose (AJHL)
Juraj Mikus - D - 134th overall, 2007 Draft - Trencin (SvkE)
Dale Mitchell - F - 74th overall, 2007 Draft - Oshawa (OHL)
Pierce Norton - F - 285th overall, 2004 Draft - Providence College
Michael Ouzas - G - Free Agent, 2008 - University of New Brunswick
James Reimer - G - 99th overall, 2006 Draft - Red Deer (WHL)
Kyle Rogers - F - Free Agent, 2008 - Niagara University
Grant Rollheiser - G - 158th overall, 2008 Draft - Trail (BCHL)
Luke Schenn - D - 5th overall, 2008 Draft - Kelowna (WHL)
Greg Scott - F - Free Agent, 2008 - Seattle (WHL)
Viktor Stalberg - F - 161st overall, 2006 Draft - University of Vermont
Mikhail Stefanovich - F - 98th overall, 2008 Draft - Quebec (QMJHL)
Ben Winnett - F - 104th overall, 2007 Draft - University of Michigan
Notable omissions: Dmitri Vorobiev, Tyler Ruegsegger, Chad Rau, Korbinian Holzer, Leo Komarov...

Camp runs from July 7th to July 11th.

http://mapleleafs.nhl.com/team/app/?...ticleid=367817

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I am looking forward to see how these guys do:

Luke Schenn
Nikolai Kulemin
Mikhail Stefanovich
James Reimer
Jimmy Hayes
Jerome Flaake
Chris DiDomenico
Carl Gunnarsson

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3 goaltenders, 4 defensemen, and 15 forwards.



Notable omissions: Dmitri Vorobiev, Tyler Ruegsegger, Chad Rau, Korbinian Holzer, Leo Komarov...
No Ruegsegger man that sucks, was looking forward to seeing him

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I for one think Kulemin will blow the camp away, and it shall be apparent right off the hop that he's not just a prospect anymore.

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Where is it? Ricoh?

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No Ruegsegger man that sucks, was looking forward to seeing him
He will be in school.

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I for one think Kulemin will blow the camp away, and it shall be apparent right off the hop that he's not just a prospect anymore.
Imagine Kulemin with a puck streaking in on Luke Schenn?


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He will be in school.



Imagine Kulemin with a puck streaking in on Luke Schenn?


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Where is it? Ricoh?
Lakeshore Lions.

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He will be in school.
In July?


Poor bugger then

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NCAA players are limited to a 48 hour rule, if I remember correctly

It also has to be paid for by them (which isn't too hard, money goes under the table all the time)

Don't expect any NCAA guys there that still want to go to school.

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In July?


Poor bugger then
O wait nevermind.

Although, I wouldn't be suprised if he is preaching right about now.

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