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11-03-2009, 08:38 PM
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Tier 1 Bantam Player Rankings - BC

This is just for PCAHA...

Forwards

1. Nic Petan - NSWC
2. Anthony Ast - BWC
3. Demico Hannoun - North Delta
4. Kevan Kilistoff - Langley
5. Carter Popoff - Richmond
6. James Neil - Semiahmoo
7. Garrett Forster - North Delta
8. Jace Hennig - BWC
9. Adam Rockwood - NSWC
10. Garrett Oliver - NSWC
Honorable Mentions (no particular order) - Mike Nolan (BWC), Jackson Houck (NSWC), Evan Anderson (NSWC), Sam Reinhart (Hollyburn), Andrew Klukas (South Delta), Austin Ferguson (Abbotsford), Michal Urbaniak (Surrey), Brad King (Chilliwack)


Defence

1. Joseph Carvalho - BWC
2. Kyle Burroughs - Langley
3. Macoy Erkamps - South Delta
4. Arvin Atwal - North Delta
5. Trevor Lima - NSWC
6. Jason Fram - South Delta
7. Latrell Charleson - Surrey
8. Eric Roberts - Abbotsford
9. Tony Kee - North Delta
10. Austin Adam - Cloverdale
Honorable Mentions (no particular order) - Shane Kumar (North Delta), Bo Pellah (BWC), Trevor Okino (Richmond), Jordan Klimek (Langley), Jerret Smith (Surrey), Rylan Bechtel (Chilliwack)


Goalies

1. Tristan Jarry - North Delta
2. Braden Krogfoss - NSWC
3. Curtis Boyle - Langley
4. RJ Bruni - Chilliwack
5. Luke Stripp - Surrey
Honorable Mentions (no particular order) - Daniel Urbani (NSWC), Kim Newell (BWC)

Top 96's Playing Tier 1

1. Tyler Sandhu - Seafair
2. Jake Virtanen - Abbotsford
3. Shaun Dosanjh - Seafair
4. Cameron Seto - BWC
5. Matthew Painchaud - North Delta
6. Mitch Friesen - Surrey
7. Mitch Skapski - Abbotsford
8. Francis Bamford - Abbotsford
9. Victor Dombrovskiy - BWC
10. Jake Wozney - Seafair
Honorable Mention - Ryan Donaldson (Langley)

Top Tier 2 Players

1. Shea Theodore - Aldergrove
2. Michael Bell - Ridge Meadows
3. Taylor Green - Port Coquitlam
4. Brandon Volpe - Port Coquitlam
5. Landyn Hickmott (96) - Mission

This is open for debate! I'm sure I missed a few, but feel this is fairly accurate. Thoughts?

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11-04-2009, 02:07 PM
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This is just for PCAHA...

Forwards

1. Nic Petan - NSWC
2. Anthony Ast - BWC
3. Demico Hannoun - North Delta
4. Kevan Kilistoff - Langley
5. Carter Popoff - Richmond
6. James Neil - Semiahmoo
7. Garrett Forster - North Delta
8. Jace Hennig - BWC
9. Adam Rockwood - NSWC
10. Garrett Oliver - NSWC
Honorable Mentions (no particular order) - Mike Nolan (BWC), Jackson Houck (NSWC), Evan Anderson (NSWC), Sam Reinhart (Hollyburn), Andrew Klukas (South Delta), Austin Ferguson (Abbotsford), Michal Urbaniak (Surrey), Brad King (Chilliwack)


Defence

1. Joseph Carvalho - BWC
2. Kyle Burroughs - Langley
3. Macoy Erkamps - South Delta
4. Arvin Atwal - North Delta
5. Trevor Lima - NSWC
6. Jason Fram - South Delta
7. Latrell Charleson - Surrey
8. Eric Roberts - Abbotsford
9. Tony Kee - North Delta
10. Austin Adam - Cloverdale
Honorable Mentions (no particular order) - Shane Kumar (North Delta), Bo Pellah (BWC), Trevor Okino (Richmond), Jordan Klimek (Langley), Jerret Smith (Surrey), Rylan Bechtel (Chilliwack)


Goalies

1. Tristan Jarry - North Delta
2. Braden Krogfoss - NSWC
3. Curtis Boyle - Langley
4. RJ Bruni - Chilliwack
5. Luke Stripp - Surrey
Honorable Mentions (no particular order) - Daniel Urbani (NSWC), Kim Newell (BWC)

Top 96's Playing Tier 1

1. Tyler Sandhu - Seafair
2. Jake Virtanen - Abbotsford
3. Shaun Dosanjh - Seafair
4. Cameron Seto - BWC
5. Matthew Painchaud - North Delta
6. Mitch Friesen - Surrey
7. Mitch Skapski - Abbotsford
8. Francis Bamford - Abbotsford
9. Victor Dombrovskiy - BWC
10. Jake Wozney - Seafair
Honorable Mention - Ryan Donaldson (Langley)

Top Tier 2 Players

1. Shea Theodore - Aldergrove
2. Michael Bell - Ridge Meadows
3. Taylor Green - Port Coquitlam
4. Brandon Volpe - Port Coquitlam
5. Landyn Hickmott (96) - Mission

This is open for debate! I'm sure I missed a few, but feel this is fairly accurate. Thoughts?
Have you had a chance to see POE and SAHA play? I have ssen them play I would be interested to see if anybody has any of their players ranked high. I am not sure where all of the players are from, but it is my understanding all of the SAHA boys and some of the POE boys are from the lower mainland. Also I thought Jerrit Smith and Luke Stripp were at SAHA.


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11-04-2009, 06:59 PM
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Nope, they're both back in Surrey. I don't think SAHA has a whole lot. I have not seen POE yet. I've heard they aren't nearly as strong as last year, but I'm sure they still have a couple good prospects.

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11-06-2009, 04:28 PM
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Cam Marks from NSWC should be here as he never gets his due...the other big d-man on NSWC, Zach Landon could also creep onto this list.

Hennig has been hurt, so he would be further up the list and what about Nick Hermary from BWC?

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11-07-2009, 10:35 AM
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Hermary for sure Also Hanoun from North Delta, Burroughs from Langley Cox from Semi

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11-10-2009, 01:11 AM
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There's that Spencer Meyer kid who is very quick and skillful and not to mention a smart 96 centerman on SMHA that should definatley be on the top ten 96 list of b.c.

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11-13-2009, 02:49 PM
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What about Brett Harris from 100 Mile whios is now plaing for Notre Dame?
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This is just for PCAHA
Forwards

1. Nic Petan - NSWC
2. Anthony Ast - BWC
3. Demico Hannoun - North Delta
4. Kevan Kilistoff - Langley
5. Carter Popoff - Richmond
6. James Neil - Semiahmoo
7. Garrett Forster - North Delta
8. Jace Hennig - BWC
9. Adam Rockwood - NSWC
10. Garrett Oliver - NSWC
Honorable Mentions (no particular order) - Mike Nolan (BWC), Jackson Houck (NSWC), Evan Anderson (NSWC), Sam Reinhart (Hollyburn), Andrew Klukas (South Delta), Austin Ferguson (Abbotsford), Michal Urbaniak (Surrey), Brad King (Chilliwack)


Defence

1. Joseph Carvalho - BWC
2. Kyle Burroughs - Langley
3. Macoy Erkamps - South Delta
4. Arvin Atwal - North Delta
5. Trevor Lima - NSWC
6. Jason Fram - South Delta
7. Latrell Charleson - Surrey
8. Eric Roberts - Abbotsford
9. Tony Kee - North Delta
10. Austin Adam - Cloverdale
Honorable Mentions (no particular order) - Shane Kumar (North Delta), Bo Pellah (BWC), Trevor Okino (Richmond), Jordan Klimek (Langley), Jerret Smith (Surrey), Rylan Bechtel (Chilliwack)


Goalies

1. Tristan Jarry - North Delta
2. Braden Krogfoss - NSWC
3. Curtis Boyle - Langley
4. RJ Bruni - Chilliwack
5. Luke Stripp - Surrey
Honorable Mentions (no particular order) - Daniel Urbani (NSWC), Kim Newell (BWC)

Top 96's Playing Tier 1

1. Tyler Sandhu - Seafair
2. Jake Virtanen - Abbotsford
3. Shaun Dosanjh - Seafair
4. Cameron Seto - BWC
5. Matthew Painchaud - North Delta
6. Mitch Friesen - Surrey
7. Mitch Skapski - Abbotsford
8. Francis Bamford - Abbotsford
9. Victor Dombrovskiy - BWC
10. Jake Wozney - Seafair
Honorable Mention - Ryan Donaldson (Langley)

Top Tier 2 Players

1. Shea Theodore - Aldergrove
2. Michael Bell - Ridge Meadows
3. Taylor Green - Port Coquitlam
4. Brandon Volpe - Port Coquitlam
5. Landyn Hickmott (96) - Mission

This is open for debate! I'm sure I missed a few, but feel this is fairly accurate. Thoughts?

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11-13-2009, 03:52 PM
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What about Brett Harris from 100 Mile whios is now plaing for Notre Dame?
What about Brett Harris? Last time I had a map out Notre Dame was in Saskatchewan, and therefore Brett would be considered in the Sask. rankings. Notice this thread says BC.

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11-14-2009, 05:55 AM
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What about Brett Harris? Last time I had a map out Notre Dame was in Saskatchewan, and therefore Brett would be considered in the Sask. rankings. Notice this thread says BC.
My apologies Hockeyhed.Yes this thread says BC. I have been around the province watching several of the 96 born players in the past year through spring hockey and tournaments. There are several players that have caught my eye.

Brett Menear (96) from Westside-Forward, skillfull play maker
Eli Jarvis (95) Quesnel- Talented forward, speedy with great vision
There are several from outside the lower mainland that should be on the top 10 list but do not have the exposure as they are playing in other areas of BC.

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11-14-2009, 03:21 PM
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That is just for PCAHA as stated....

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11-23-2009, 08:30 PM
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over rated players

In response to the top players in the PCAHA guys like Adam Rockwood or garrett forster should never be there . Not enough size or determination

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11-23-2009, 08:54 PM
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guys on the bubble

The honourable mentions category: Jackson Houck is too good to be on that list and Sam Reinhart is a solid player as well with good puck control . I havnt seen Evan Anderson play on NSWC or Mike Nolan any word on these guys?

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11-24-2009, 07:07 PM
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The honourable mentions category: Jackson Houck is too good to be on that list and Sam Reinhart is a solid player as well with good puck control . I havnt seen Evan Anderson play on NSWC or Mike Nolan any word on these guys?
I'm Hockey Stud. Couldn't come up with an original name or did you want to make claim to my posts? All kidding aside, BC teams displayed well in Medicine Hat.

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11-24-2009, 08:38 PM
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Garrett Forster absolutely belongs on that list. Adam Rockwood is small, but can finish like no other.

Congrats to BWC for winning the Medicine Hat Tournament, and NSWC for coming in with the Bronze. Also, Joseph Carvalho, Anthony Ast, Nic Petan and Tristan Jarry for making the first all-star team.

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11-25-2009, 01:00 PM
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Houck should without a doubt be on this list. He had some strong games in Medicine Hat.

Anderson has some skill and Nolan works hard.

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11-27-2009, 11:42 PM
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I agree with BCHOCKEY , Zachary Landon #2 on nswc is a highly skilled defensman with loads of potential , size and smarts. Possibly a 9th , 10th rounder?

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11-28-2009, 04:14 PM
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You might want include on your list of tier 1 96's South Delta goalie Will Bogas. He's
5-2-2 on the year, incl. last Thursdays 3-3 tie with NSWC, where he played for the last 5 years.

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11-29-2009, 05:21 PM
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Don't forget about Curtis Lazar, the captain of P.O.E
Very Smart and skilled player...should be ranked in the top 5 forwards.

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11-29-2009, 05:28 PM
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And also for the 96 rankings, Bamford should be ranked higher than 8th, him and Virtanen are arguably even. Skapski shouldn't be 7th he might have good skills and good speed but he's awful at moving the puck, and he's selfish.

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11-29-2009, 06:52 PM
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That was just for PCAHA...thats why Lazar isnt on the list...and guys like Needham.....

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Ohh, right. My bad.
Also...for 96 goalies.. there are better guys than Will Bogas; such as Adam Cronier (Seafair), Nicholas Bruyere (Burnaby Minor), and Cole Forbes (Cloverdale). All three, very good and very consistant.

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Ohh, right. My bad.
Also...for 96 goalies.. there are better guys than Will Bogas; such as Adam Cronier (Seafair), Nicholas Bruyere (Burnaby Minor), and Cole Forbes (Cloverdale). All three, very good and very consistant.
I dunno, the record kinda speaks for itself, don't you think? Technically, Bogas is far superior to all three, and again, I remind you to look where he's playing. Starting goalie for a top 6 tier one team. When was the last time you saw him play?

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11-30-2009, 12:41 AM
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Yeah, well Bogas definatly made the right move of playing for South Delta this year instead of NSWC. He's going to imporove lots this year, playing at that high of level... the game's just that much faster and the guys shoot so much harder than wgere he would've played B1 at North Shore. I saw him play the Chilliwack tournament. He's still quite a small kid.. but once he mutures and gets bigger, I think he's going to be much better. It's always impressive for a 96 goalie to make the AAA team who plays in tier 1... and still do very well. Just like Forbes and Cronier who are also both playing Tier 1.

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Just to follow up on the Top Ten 96' List...I've watched many Bantam AAA games recently. And my top ten 96' list looks like this.

1. Tyler Sandhu - Seafair- Forward
2. Shaun Dosanjh - Seafair- Defense
3. Francis Bamford - Abbotsford- Forward
4. Jake Virtanen - Abbotsford- Forward
5. Riley Stadel - Cloverdale- Defence
6. Cam Seto - BWC- Forward
7. Josh Thrower - NSWC- Defense
8. Mitch Skapski - Abbotsford- Forward
9. Viktor Dombrovskiy - BWC- Defence
10. Kyle Baron - Abbotsford- Defence

Just thought I'd like to add my thoughts on each of these players...and I'd like to know YOUR thoughts about them.

Tyler Sandhu - Overall great skill, big , strong, moves the puck well, Only aspect of his game that is lacking is his defensive zone play. But Sandhu's a major threat when he's on the ice...

Shaun Dosanjh - Big. hardhitting defenseman. Great shot, smart player, unselfish. Just overall very skilled player.

Francis Bamford - Amazing skating, great shot, good playmaker. Very responsible in his own end. Like I said...probably one of the fasted 96's I've seen.
Can be thrown out on the ice at any situation; powerplay, penalty kill, etc.
Jake Virtanen - Another phanominal skater.Great hands, very creative out there. Not the best player without the puck but extremely skilled. Also an awesone shot, never misses to score when he has a chance.

Riley Stadel - Big hitter, smart, very hard shot, nice hands, bit slow times but good 2 way defenseman.

Cam Seto - Good defensivly, makes smart plays with and without the puck. Plays a little soft though.

Mitch Freisen - Also plays soft, but outstanding skill; shot, hands, speed. He's got all the tools. But lacks some intensity and will.

Josh Thrower - Likes to catch forwards with thier heads down. Not the fastest, or quickest player but good hands and good shot, and fairly smart.

Mitch Skapski - Great skater, descent hands. Plays big even though he's not and with an edge. But he holds on to the puck too long sometimes, doesn't always make good plays with the puck. Selfish too. Overall, he's got great skill and determination.

Viktor Dombrovskiy - Small D-man, but very smart, a great passer. A hard worker and disciplined. Quite physical for his size.

Kyle Baron - More of a defensive defenceman... makes a good first pass, got good speed and great shot. Besides his shot, Baron doesn't show very much offence but overall a very solid player.

So...any thoughts ?

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Just to follow up on the Top Ten 96' List...I've watched many Bantam AAA games recently. And my top ten 96' list looks like this.

1. Tyler Sandhu - Seafair- Forward
2. Shaun Dosanjh - Seafair- Defense
3. Francis Bamford - Abbotsford- Forward
4. Jake Virtanen - Abbotsford- Forward
5. Riley Stadel - Cloverdale- Defence
6. Cam Seto - BWC- Forward
7. Josh Thrower - NSWC- Defense
8. Mitch Skapski - Abbotsford- Forward
9. Viktor Dombrovskiy - BWC- Defence
10. Kyle Baron - Abbotsford- Defence

Just thought I'd like to add my thoughts on each of these players...and I'd like to know YOUR thoughts about them.

Tyler Sandhu - Overall great skill, big , strong, moves the puck well, Only aspect of his game that is lacking is his defensive zone play. But Sandhu's a major threat when he's on the ice...

Shaun Dosanjh - Big. hardhitting defenseman. Great shot, smart player, unselfish. Just overall very skilled player.

Francis Bamford - Amazing skating, great shot, good playmaker. Very responsible in his own end. Like I said...probably one of the fasted 96's I've seen.
Can be thrown out on the ice at any situation; powerplay, penalty kill, etc.

Jake Virtanen - Another phanominal skater.Great hands, very creative out there. Not the best player without the puck but extremely skilled. Also an awesone shot, never misses to score when he has a chance.

Riley Stadel - Big hitter, smart, very hard shot, nice hands, bit slow times but good 2 way defenseman.

Cam Seto - Good defensivly, makes smart plays with and without the puck. Plays a little soft though.

Mitch Freisen - Also plays soft, but outstanding skill; shot, hands, speed. He's got all the tools. But lacks some intensity and will.

Josh Thrower - Likes to catch forwards with thier heads down. Not the fastest, or quickest player but good hands and good shot, and fairly smart.

Mitch Skapski - Great skater, descent hands. Plays big even though he's not and with an edge. But he holds on to the puck too long sometimes, doesn't always make good plays with the puck. Selfish too. Overall, he's got great skill and determination.

Viktor Dombrovskiy - Small D-man, but very smart, a great passer. A hard worker and disciplined. Quite physical for his size.

Kyle Baron - More of a defensive defenceman... makes a good first pass, got good speed and great shot. Besides his shot, Baron doesn't show very much offence but overall a very solid player.

So...any thoughts ?

How can Skapski be 9th while Seto's 6th...Seto's doesnt have nearly as much impact skapski has.
Mitch Skapski is better , hands down.
The first three rankings are very accurate..
1. Sandhu
2. Dosanjh
3. Bamford

But after that...

4. Stadel
5. Virtanen
6. Skapski
7. Friesen
8. Seto
9. Thrower
10. Baron
Honourable Mention: Dombrovskiy

Also, Rhett Wilcox from Surrey could be considered on this list.

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