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W Ty Rattie (2011, 32nd overall, St. Louis)

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01-31-2010, 12:26 AM
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W Ty Rattie (2011, 32nd overall, St. Louis)

that thread title says it all...!!

I am not saying this kid will go #1 overall in 2011, but I have come away completely impressed with him over the past month.

Ty plays on a pretty deep Portland Winterhawks team, and since the beginning of the year, he really has come on and played a very solid two way game.

He has good size at 6'0 170, but still has plenty of time to grow. He may not be putting up the numbers that McColgan and Nugent-Hopkins are, but I just love his overall game.

If this kid starts getting top line minutes, look out!

Keep an eye out on Rattie the remainder of the year and next year, because I have a feeling this kid is going to turn into something pretty special.

Great class for the WHL as Rattie, St. Croix, McColgan, Jacobs, Musil, Nugent-Hopkins, etc all look to be very high picks in under two years.

Keep it up kid!

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Good to hear. I know his aunt, and she's literally his number one fan.

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Rattie plays on the hawks top line with Luke Walker and Chris Francis

I am very impressed with his overall game and he's come on strong lately. He moves the puck well and in tight he always seems to be a step ahead of the defense. He's got good hockey sense, decent skating and a shot that cannot be taught.

He's a young kid trying to find his game. I don't think there is anything wrong with not putting numbers up like nugent hopkins or mcolgan, most 16 year olds need more time. Just because someone does something earlier doesn't mean they will do it better.

He's definitely a player to watch and one winterhawk I hope to see for another 3 years.

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Rattie plays on the hawks top line with Luke Walker and Chris Francis.
from the games that I saw, it looked like the Ross-Nino- Johansen line was the top line.....or at least that is what it looked like to me.

either way, the kid is looking better and better and would not surprise me if he makes some serious noise next year. He seems like a kid that can grow pretty fast, I dont know why, but I have a feeling he will come back next year at 6'2 190...

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that thread title says it all...!!

I am not saying this kid will go #1 overall in 2011, but I have come away completely impressed with him over the past month.

Ty plays on a pretty deep Portland Winterhawks team, and since the beginning of the year, he really has come on and played a very solid two way game.

He has good size at 6'0 170, but still has plenty of time to grow. He may not be putting up the numbers that McColgan and Nugent-Hopkins are, but I just love his overall game.

If this kid starts getting top line minutes, look out!

Keep an eye out on Rattie the remainder of the year and next year, because I have a feeling this kid is going to turn into something pretty special.

Great class for the WHL as Rattie, St. Croix, McColgan, Jacobs, Musil, Nugent-Hopkins, etc all look to be very high picks in under two years.

Keep it up kid!
93 group out of western Canada and western US is very strong. Rattie is very good but my long term money is still on St. Croix. I think he will eventually prove to be the most skilled and intelligent out of this very solid group.

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Ty Rattie

any1 got info on this kid
i dont rly follow whl
he's draft eligible this year
he put up decent numbers last year, 37 points in 61 games
he's 6 feet 170 lbs

any idea where h goes in 2011 draft?

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He'll go between 6-13 IMO. He gets underlooked a lot but he's really good.

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i guess alot depends on how he performs this year
we might see portland in the mem cup if nino and johansen dont make their nhl clubs

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My thoughts as well. Even if they do make the NHL, Portland should still be pretty good.

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Ty Rattie

11GP 8G 13A 21Pts

Good for 2nd in the WHL. He is draft elligible this year right? Where do people see him going? Top 10? top 20?

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Probably this years Tyler Seguin, should be an interesting draft, he just has to get passed Couturier, Larsson and RNH. But I would put him in the top 10.

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Weird thing is a lot of scouting agencies don't even have him in their top 20 even 30 right now and I don't understand it. He produces and the way he plays right now, I don't think he will have any problem at all translating to the NHL. I see a player like Dan Catenacci ranked ahead of him on most of the lists I've seen, and I don't understand it. From what I have seen Rattie is a better prospect IMO but it hasn't shown. I see him as a top 15 talent, even top 10 if he keep's it up.

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Weird thing is a lot of scouting agencies don't even have him in their top 20 even 30 right now and I don't understand it. He produces and the way he plays right now, I don't think he will have any problem at all translating to the NHL. I see a player like Dan Catenacci ranked ahead of him on most of the lists I've seen, and I don't understand it. From what I have seen Rattie is a better prospect IMO but it hasn't shown. I see him as a top 15 talent, even top 10 if he keep's it up.
Even top 5 if he keeps it up.

I've always expected Ty Rattie to be a top ten pick, at least, even before he was in the WHL. And I know I'm not the only one here who's not that surprised, a few people here have always been big fans of Rattie's.

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It is still too early to be making up lists at this point. Even when that list is final, rankings are a matter of opinions that's why many of the lists are different. Jeff Skinner was ranked in the second round and went 7th overall. Carolina did not care where anyone had him ranked and in their opinion he was what they wanted. It goes to show you that arguments can be made for players and many of those players are interchangable once you get past the top 5 or ten. Also, Rankings are not only based on scoring, if that was the case last season Skinner would have been ranked towards the top of the first round. Not making the U-18 probably also hurt his current ranking.





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i hope to freaking god that he falls to the canucks

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I see no reason why Ty Rattie won't be a top-15 pick, based on offensive potential alone. He's an excellent playmaker, has great speed, strong vision, and a very strong shot. The knocks on Rattie are that his defensive zone play isn't up to snuff, but that's something that can be taught further down the road.

At the pace he's scoring over the last couple of weeks, there's no reason to suggest that if he keeps it up he won't be a top-5 pick ... but, he's going to have to continue to keep pace with Nugent-Hopkins and some of the other prospects to earn those kinds of comparisons. Still very early in the season, and players can go through streaks.

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i hope to freaking god that he falls to the canucks
I hope to god he falls to the Oilers

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Not sure exactly where I'd rank him on my list, but he's definitely on the rise if he keeps it up, obviously. Portland has done a great job over the last couple of years with their players. Rattie is another with NHL upside.

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http://www.hockeysfuture.com/article...s_october2010/

I guess scoring at the pace Rattie is not only doesn't keep him in the middle of the first round, it also drops him out of the first round completely? Explaination at the bottom, under "Falling".

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well thier october rating is actually at the start of the month. i am sure next month they will have Strome and Rattie rated high

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Ty Rattie Versus His Teammates

Compare and contrast Rattie to guys like Nino and Ryan Johansen.

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IMO both Nino and Johansen will be better. Rattie has top 6 potential, but will likely be a second line player where the others will both be top line potential for their respected teams.

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Will let you know tomorrow night when I see Portland live!

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