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2009-2010 Prospect Updates

College
F Scott Winkler Colorado College FR 16 games -8 11 shots
WCHA Playoffs 2 games 1 goal 1 assist +3 4 shots
Norway Division I World Juniors 5 games 6 goals 8 assists +9 28 shots 1 GWG 8 PIM
F Nico Sacchetti Minnesota SO 35 games 4 goals 10 assists +2 62 shots 1 PPG 1 GWG 12 PIM
WCHA Playoffs 3 games 1 assist +0 3 shots
F Reilly Smith Miami FR 35 games 8 goals 10 assists +11 68 shots 1 PPG 1 GWG 16 PIM
CCHA Playoffs 5 games 2 assists -2 8 shots
NCAA Playoffs 3 games -3 8 shots 4 PIM
F Curtis McKenzie Miami FR 34 games 5 goals 17 assists +6 70 shots 1 GWG 76 PIM
CCHA Playoffs 4 games -3 5 shots 8 PIM
NCAA Playoffs 3 Games 1 goal 3 assists +0 9 shots
F Austin Smith Colgate SO 36 games 16 goals 22 assists +5 86 shots 6 PPG 1 SHG 3 GWG 20 PIM
F Alex Chiasson Boston U FR 35 games 7 goals 12 assists +6 65 shots 3 PPG 1 GWG 44 PIM
D Mike Bergin RPI FR(RS) 28 games 4 goals 6 assists +5 35 shots 2 PPG 1 GWG 39 PIM

WHL
F Scott Glennie Brandon 66 Games 32 goals 57 assists +36 7 PPG 2 SHG 5 GWG 50 PIM
WHL Playoffs 15 games 3 goals 7 assists +2 1 PPG 14 PIM
Memorial Cup 5 games 4 assists 2 PIM
F Matt Tassone Swift Current 32 games 12 goals 7 assists -4 4 PPG 3 GWG 72 PIM
F Tomas Vincour Edmonton 33 games 17 goals 9 assists +0 2 PPG 1 SHG 2 GWG 31 PIM
Vancouver Giants 24 games 12 goals 10 assists +6 5 PPG 2 GWG 17 PIM
WHL Playoffs 15 games 7 goals 6 assists +3 4 PPG 3 GWG 8 PIM
Czech Republic World Juniors 5 games 4 assists -4 11 shots

F Tristan King Medicine Hat 70 games 21 goals 44 assists +8 7 PPG 1 SHG 3 GWG 63 PIM
WHL Playoffs 12 games 3 goals 3 assists -6 2 PPG 12 PIM

OHL
G Tyler Beskorowany Kingston 62 games 1898 Saves 2101 Shots .903% Save 29 Wins 27 losses 2 Shootout losses 1 Shutout
OHL Playoffs 7 games 239 saves 262 shots .912% Save 3 wins 3 Losses 1 OT Loss

QMJHL
D Hubert Labrie Gatineau 67 games 4 goals 16 assists -5 80 shots 99 PIM 193 hits
Playoffs 11 games 3 goals 4 assists -4 24 shots 1 GWG 20 PIM 33 hits

Sweden
Elitserien
D Philip Larsen Frölunda 42 games 1 goal 9 assists +6 63 shots 1 PPG 20 PIM 18:28 Average Time On Ice
Playoffs 7 games +0 6 shots 4 PIM
Nordic Trophy 5 games 2 assists


Czech Republic
F Ondrej Roman HC Vítkovice Steel 26 games 1 goal 2 assists -2 6 PIM
HC Havírov Panthers 11 games 1 goal 6 assists -3 16 PIM
J Vítkovice 4 games 3 goals 8 assists +8 2 PIM
Tipsport Hockey Cup 09 - sk. D 4 games 1 assist +0 2 pim

ECHL
F Michael Neal 34 games 4 goals 9 assists +0 1 GWG 42 shots 25 PIM
D Guillaume Monast 56 games 4 assists +26 61 PIM 50 shots

G Richard Bachman 28 games 603 saves 660 shots 2.13 GAA .9134% Save 18 wins 5 Losses 3 shootout losses 2 shutouts

Prospect Notes
Matt Tassone missed first two months.
Philip Larsen missed 4 weeks shoulder
Scott Winkler leg
Mike Bergin missed 3 weeks concussion.
Tomas Vincour traded to the Vancouver Giants on January 10th.


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Scott Glennie article. http://stars.nhl.com/team/app/?servi...ticleid=442496

“The lists, everybody has lists out there,” shrugged Les Jackson, the Stars’ Director of Scouting and Player Development. “One lesson I’ve learned is that you’ve got to by the work that your people do out in the field, but they had him slotted in the spot they felt he’d fit. He’s just a young kid, he’s got tons of talent, he’s just in the initial steps of pro. The background we have on him is that he’s a real outgoing kid and he has a real passion for the game and he’s fun to be around. So I think for a hockey player, he’s got a lot of things in his personality that match up with being a good teammate and part of a team.”

“Basically, I’m just working out here, getting bigger and getting stronger to hopefully make the jump to the next level,” said Glennie, who was linemates with Brayden Schenn, who was chosen fifth overall by Los Angeles. “That’s the biggest thing I think I need to improve on to get me there. And it’s great to have guys like Joe Nieuwendyk and Marc Crawford here, and Les. Everyone I’ve talked to here, they’ve been great people to me and I’ve really enjoyed my time here for sure.”

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Whats the deal with korostin? he was playing for peterborough, but where is he now?

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He'll be playing in Austin.

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Whats the deal with korostin? he was playing for peterborough, but where is he now?
He'll be in Austin unless he plays poorly. If that happens, he'll end up in Idaho. This will be his first professional season.

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Chiasson is my new favorite prospect. He was in my orientation group at BU and was the most down to earth prospect I've ever seen. He isn't all about money, and I can tell he is going to be the type of player you can walk up to in a bar and start talking hockey with.

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Chiasson is my new favorite prospect. He was in my orientation group at BU and was the most down to earth prospect I've ever seen. He isn't all about money, and I can tell he is going to be the type of player you can walk up to in a bar and start talking hockey with.
That's what I like most about college hockey. There's not the spotlight on the player like there is in basketball and football, so the players are there to get an education and become better hockey players rather then becoming campus stars.

I wish all young hockey players went the college route.

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http://ohlprospects.blogspot.com/200...-could-be.html

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Sunday Top 10 - Players Who Could be Traded Before or During the 2009-10 OHL Season
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2. Tyler Beskorowany - Owen Sound Attack
With one of the league's top goaltending duo's broken up already (Hutchinson and Di Salvo in Barrie), it's only a matter of time before the one in Owen Sound follows suit. With Scott Stajcer having one more year of eligibility over Beskorowany, I'd expect him to be the one the stays to be a part of the young and improving Attack. That leaves Tyler Beskorowany on the outside looking in. This Dallas Stars 2nd round pick has had trouble performing consistently, but the talent has always been there. He has the potential to be one of the best goaltenders in the OHL and should be an attractive option for many of the teams with suspect goaltending. If Josh Unice falters in Windsor, I'd expect the Spitfires to be the team that goes hard after Beskorowany. I could also see Erie making a big play for the big man.

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Yeah, Windsor was after him (Besko) at the OHL trade deadline last year but Owen Sound made it a point not to trade Stajcer or Beskorowany...but I think (I believe I've even mentioned it in an article here) that Beskorowany is probably on the way out in Owen Sound...

He needs to be put in a situation where he can build his confidence a little, after that, we could see a real snowball effect of him gaining confidence, gaining skill, and gaining coordination (something that young players with huge frames sometimes struggle with)...that could easily catapult him into the Stars best system goalie...

Besko was constantly under attack in Owen Sound (sigh...pun intended, why hide it) and it's not the best situation to be in, facing 50 shots a night...it gets exponentially worse when you go into the year being the #2 behind a goalie a year younger (or at best a 1B)...

A trade should really help Besko break out...or at least facilitate such a thing...

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http://www.quebechebdo.com/article-3...s-etoiles.html

Chiasson is taking summer classes at BU. He seems like he won't leave college before getting a degree (like Sawada). Hopefully he'll continue taking extra classes and graduate in 3 years.

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Chiasson is taking summer classes at BU. He seems like he won't leave college before getting a degree (like Sawada). Hopefully he'll continue taking extra classes and graduate in 3 years.
now that's what I call dedication to the team and to his education I never even considered this possibility before but if he is willing to put in the time in the off-season to get his degree in 3 years then that is a great sign for Stars fans in my opinion. If he's already at BC could it be that he is receiving training from the program already? or is that against NCAA rules?

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Actually that happens regularly with college freshman and sophomores the coaches tell them to start taking classes in July or August or at least I know that's the case with the Gophers coach and a few others.

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General story about the training players do in the summer. This one is specifically about the place Guillaume Monast prepares.

http://www.canada.com/season+trainin...595/story.html

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Interesting little aside about Ribs in that article too. Implying that it wasn't the change of scenery, but the change in offseason work ethic which made him the player he is today.

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Not really. The way I interpretted that was that he didn't stick and produce in the NHL full-time until he committed himself in the off-season. He split his first 3 pro seasons between the AHL and NHL.

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Here's hoping Taz [Matt Tassone] can regain the form he found last season before season ending shoulder surgery. In fact, the over-age forward had both shoulders surgically repaired in the last few months. Named the regular season MVP for his break-out offensive season, Tassone isn't expected to be ready for the start of the year. In fact, it could be a couple months into the season before he's able to play in a WHL game.

When he's healthy, he will be a top offensive threat. I'm hoping the rest of Matt's recovery goes well and he can put the injury problems behind him for his final season in the WHL.

Like last season, I'm thinking the Broncos could be in a position to carry four over-age players similar to last year's Jesse Dudas situation. Once Dudas was cleared to play - which was around Christmas, the Broncos had two weeks to make a move to get down to the allotted three spots. This another wait and see scenario.
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Francis Wathier: http://translate.google.com/translat...istory_state0=

Talks about a hockey camp he runs for 7 to 16 year olds.

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Jesse Wallin, Red Deer’s vice-president of hockey operations and head coach, indicates that the Rebels are still hoping to have F Curtis McKenzie on their roster in the upcoming season. McKenzie, 18, led the BCHL’s Penticton Vees in scoring last season, putting up 64 points in 53 games. However, he has committed to Miami of Ohio where he will play for the RedHawks. In fact, he is shown on the 2009-10 roster that is posted on their website. . . . A fifth-round selection by the Rebels in the 2006 bantam draft, McKenzie was taken by the Dallas Stars in the sixth round of the NHL’s 2009 draft. . . . “We’re still holding out hope that he’ll come and he hasn’t entirely ruled it out,” Wallin told Greg Meachem of the Red Deer Advocate. “We’re really hoping to get him here. I know he would be a great addition to our team. He’s built for this league and the style of play. Curtis has been drafted and it would be great to see him develop in our league before going on to play pro hockey. I think he’s well suited for our league and would probably be among our top six forwards.”
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mirtle - Another Canadian WJC goalie: IDAHO STEELHEADS - Agreed to terms with G Rejean Beauchemin for the 2009-10 season.
I guess this guy will backup the loser in Austin's goalie battle.

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Everyone expect that Philip Larsen will come home from Dallas training camp and play another year for Frölunda. Except for Philip. -"I go there to get a roster spot, they don't have that many offensive defencemen", said Philip to me.

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Everyone expect that Philip Larsen will come home from Dallas training camp and play another year for Frölunda. Except for Philip. -"I go there to get a roster spot, they don't have that many offensive defencemen", said Philip to me.
This is the exact attitude I want to hear from a player coming into camp. He isn't there just to show up. He wants to be there.

I hop he gets a nice long look with the club.

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If Philip Larsen makes the team I will be very impressed.

First, he'd have to pass Vishnevskiy on the depth chart, and then he'd force the Stars to trade 2 players instead of just 1.

It's definitely a long shot, but what about:

Robidas and Hutchinson traded.

Grossman-Niskanen
Fistric-Daley
Skrastins-Larsen
Woywitka
Vishnevskiy (Injury Call Up)

Larsen and Daley could man the point on the 2nd PP unit.

That's a very young group of defensemen, and I would expect some struggles sporadically during the season. Long term though, it could really benefit the team. I don't really expect them to be Stanley Cup contenders next year anyway.

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Since everyone accept Vishnevskiy requires waivers to get sent down, the only way I see Larsen starts the season in Dallas would be due to injuries during training camp. I don't think there is anyway he plays more than 9 NHL games this season so his his contract will still slide.

If he has a great training camp, maybe they let him play his 9 games and then send him to Sweden. But even in that scenario, who gets sent down to the AHL? The roster is just too crowded. A more likely scenario would be having him come over at the end of the season after the SEL season ends to play a couple games.

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Since everyone accept Vishnevskiy requires waivers to get sent down, the only way I see Larsen starts the season in Dallas would be due to injuries during training camp. I don't think there is anyway he plays more than 9 NHL games this season so his his contract will still slide.

If he has a great training camp, maybe they let him play his 9 games and then send him to Sweden. But even in that scenario, who gets sent down to the AHL? The roster is just too crowded. A more likely scenario would be having him come over at the end of the season after the SEL season ends to play a couple games.
If they wanted him to play 9 games early, they could carry 8 defensemen until he goes back to Sweden.

I doubt Dallas carries more than 13 forwards if everyone is healthy.

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If they wanted him to play 9 games early, they could carry 8 defensemen until he goes back to Sweden.

I doubt Dallas carries more than 13 forwards if everyone is healthy.
If they play him early, they wouldn't be able to call him up later if an injury situation requires it without sacrificing a year on his contract. As bad as the injuries hit us last year, I believe I would wait for an injury need or the end of the SEL season to call him up.

With the AHL team in Austin a 45 minute Southwest flight away, I'm sure we'll see lots of last minute call ups this year and the team should carry an absolute minimum size roster most of the time.

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