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06-27-2004, 09:32 AM
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Round 7...

Stephane Goulet

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Big kid, 6'4, 184, LW just like the marginally successful Goulet of 20 years ago, Jan.7/86.

Q player, 6-8-14 in 54 gp for the Remparts. Can't find him on CSB.

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This guy was playing for the Quebec Remparts but he was traded to the Moncton Wildcats for next season.

He had 12 pts in his last 12 games of the regular season after having only 2 pts in his first 42 !!!!!

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I'm now starting to wonder if this might be a relative of Michel Goulet. Anyone know? If he has 10% of Michel Goulet's ability he'll make the NHL. That guy was (about to show my knowledge of the hepcat lingo you kids lay down these days) sick.

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Big kid, 6'4, 184, LW just like the marginally successful Goulet of 20 years ago, Jan.7/86.

Q player, 6-8-14 in 54 gp for the Remparts. Can't find him on CSB.
Nothing on Mckeens and couldn't find anything in Redline, he wasn't rated among their 299 prospects. Now thats a sleeper pick.

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Well he isn't small, and he's not overage, plus he scored well at the end of the season. Unless there's something wrong we don't know about (you know, slow, hunchback, not from Alberta) he's probably as good as any this late into the draft.

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I think its Michel Goulet son if I'm not mistaken. Sorry don't have a link!

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06-27-2004, 12:48 PM
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No I'm pretty sure he is not related to Michel Goulet

Michel Goulet son was Vince Goulet

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No I'm pretty sure he is not related to Michel Goulet

Michel Goulet son was Vince Goulet

You are correct, he is NOT Michel Goulet's son. I asked the Oiler scouts that today to clarify.

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Goulet was a stand-out playing Midget AAA in Quebec 2 years ago. He led the league in scoring. He is expected to hace a break out season this year for the Moncton Wildcats of the QMJHL. He is considered a sniper. I guess time will only tell how good he's going to be. He was basically traded straight up for Karl Gagne, Moncton's leading scorer this past season.
He has lots of upside potential.

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Goulet was a stand-out playing Midget AAA in Quebec 2 years ago. He led the league in scoring. He is expected to hace a break out season this year for the Moncton Wildcats of the QMJHL. He is considered a sniper. I guess time will only tell how good he's going to be. He was basically traded straight up for Karl Gagne, Moncton's leading scorer this past season.
He has lots of upside potential.
That's certainly good to hear. But if he had that kind of sniper potential, why wasn't he listed in the CS? I'm not knocking him at all... just curious.

I suppose this is another one of the Oilers' draft and follow players. I'm fine with it. We could certainly use a sniper. Maybe he's going to be steal like Ryder was in terms of goal scoring ability. We'll see I guess.

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Yeah we have had great late round luck recently in our 6th - 9th picks.

Louoma, Jussi, Pisa, Brodziak....

Hopefully he is another example!

The more I find out, the happier I am about this draft

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