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04-01-2011, 08:11 AM
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Thanks for the heads-up.
Looks like ekblad won't be drafted with his age

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04-05-2011, 07:17 AM
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American player from Michigan, Cameron Ashley. Plays for the Cleveland Barons. Has size, speed and shot. Looking to be drafted in the "O" in 2012.

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American player from Michigan, Cameron Ashley. Plays for the Cleveland Barons. Has size, speed and shot. Looking to be drafted in the "O" in 2012.
How do you know?

Seen the kid and did't really do anything on the ice.. Who knows may have been a bad game.?'

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04-07-2011, 08:10 AM
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How do you know?

Seen the kid and did't really do anything on the ice.. Who knows may have been a bad game.?'
Guess I should have said, hoping Ashley wants to play in the "O". Been following his progress through the USA National Camp and a few other games. Have never heard of Chatfield, where will he be skating this summer? thanks for the tip.

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I was able to catch 5 games of the OMHA Bantam tournament this past weekend. IMO there was some strong players, but the teams generally did not seem too deep.
Hamilton probably had the most balanced team and they did end up winning. No superstars IMO but a team with balanced attack and good team D. They now get the ticket to Thunder Bay.
Peterborough surprised many getting in through the relegation game and getting to the finals. Heffernan big fwd was strong on the puck. Goaltending by Declement was great and from what the Peterborough parents were saying, he had been having some tough games lateley so good for him for stepping up.
Express had some tough luck courtesy of deflected pucks into their net and a couple of questionable calls. Galen has wonderful hands but lacks speed. Dermott is a terrific puck moving D man and has lots of potential.
Welland has one big fwd(sorry didnt get his name) but he is highly skilled, albeit not a fast skater--he does protect the puck very well. They had some tough luck between the pipes.

All IMO of course.
The Big kid on Welland's name is Matt Schmalz. And Heffernan on Peterborough isn't that strong on the puck I played against him and stood him up and sat him down a few times

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05-02-2011, 10:36 PM
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Top Three American Prospects

I have watched many games at the international silver sticks and there were three kids that impressed me. They were...

Nick Schmaltz - A great playmaker. Centre. 5"10. I would say he is the number one player in the country. Made the all-star team in silver sticks. 2010 - 2011 team = Chicago Mission - 2011 - 2012 team = Chicago Mission

Sonny Milano - An incredible goal scorer. Winger. 5"10. He is a great goal scorer with incredible hockey IQ. Made the all-star team in silver sticks. Led tournament in points until his team got knocked out in the semis. 2010 - 2011 team = Long Island Gulls - 2011 - 2012 team = Cleveland Barons

Aaron Hayden - Big solid defensive d-man. Defense. 6"3. He is a solid defenseman and he is the best hitter i have seen in a while. 2010 - 2011 team = Detroit Belle Tire - 2011 - 2012 team = Detroit Belle Tire

P.S - There were only four players that made the all-star team in silver sticks and they were Stone, Macinnis, Milano, Schmaltz.

These three players will most likely be drafted first round in the ohl.

Tell me what you think.

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05-02-2011, 10:39 PM
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05-02-2011, 10:53 PM
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Top 3 American 96s

Below are the top three American 1996 players.

I have watched many games at the international silver sticks and there were three kids that impressed me. They were...

Nick Schmaltz - A great playmaker. Centre. 5"10. I would say he is the number one player in the country. Made the all-star team in silver sticks. 2010 - 2011 team = Chicago Mission - 2011 - 2012 team = Chicago Mission

Sonny Milano - An incredible goal scorer. Winger. 5"10. He is a great goal scorer with incredible hockey IQ. Made the all-star team in silver sticks. Led tournament in points until his team got knocked out in the semis. 2010 - 2011 team = Long Island Gulls - 2011 - 2012 team = Cleveland Barons

Aaron Hayden - Big solid defensive d-man. Defense. 6"3. He is a solid defenseman and he is the best hitter i have seen in a while. 2010 - 2011 team = Detroit Belle Tire - 2011 - 2012 team = Detroit Belle Tire

P.S - There were only four players that made the all-star team in silver sticks and they were Stone, Macinnis, Milano, Schmaltz.

These three players will most likely be drafted first round in the ohl.

Tell me what you think.

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05-02-2011, 11:04 PM
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Well, #1 lets keep the attacks from parents to a minimum on here. Not saying that anyone will do so, but just asking to start. No longer posting on specific players or in the draft threads for 95's because of it.



That said, I have not seen enough of the players that you mentioned to make a solid decision. I snuck out to a Toronto Tournament on Friday and watched some of the players you mentioned, and although its summer hockey so its hard to judge, they did look pretty solid. I assume that Aaron Hayden is the brother of John Hayden? Schmaltz is the brother of Jordan Schmaltz? Hayden is not eligible for this years OHL Draft, which is to bad because he is a heck of a player (US NTDP invite).

That said, the draft is a year out. One thing I have noticed in my time, is that the top players in May of one year may not be the top players in May the next.

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05-03-2011, 02:42 AM
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Other players you could add to the list are:-

Jaden Lindo (Toronto Marlboros)
Brendan Lemieux (Toronto Red Wings)
Connor Mcdavid (Toronto Marlboros) - he is a 97's but there is much chatter of him possibly getting exceptional status. But I doubt it due to the fact that Ekblad got it this year.

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I have watched many games at the international silver sticks and there were three kids that impressed me. They were...

Nick Schmaltz - A great playmaker. Centre. 5"10. I would say he is the number one player in the country. Made the all-star team in silver sticks. 2010 - 2011 team = Chicago Mission - 2011 - 2012 team = Chicago Mission







Sonny Milano - An incredible goal scorer. Winger. 5"10. He is a great goal scorer with incredible hockey IQ. Made the all-star team in silver sticks. Led tournament in points until his team got knocked out in the semis. 2010 - 2011 team = Long Island Gulls - 2011 - 2012 team = Cleveland Barons

Aaron Hayden - Big solid defensive d-man. Defense. 6"3. He is a solid defenseman and he is the best hitter i have seen in a while. 2010 - 2011 team = Detroit Belle Tire - 2011 - 2012 team = Detroit Belle Tire


P.S - There were only four players that made the all-star team in silver sticks and they were Stone, Macinnis, Milano, Schmaltz.

These three players will most likely be drafted first round in the ohl.



Tell me what you think.

My top players I seen

Maclnnis-st Louis blues
Stone-st Louis blues
Nylander-Chicago Mission
Schmaltz-Chicago Mission
Baughman-Chicago Mission
Chatfield-Compuware
Ceh-Cya
Vilardi-Kingston jr. Frontenacs
Aaron Hayden-Belle Tire
Larkin-Belle Tire
Cobbold-Ottawa Valley Titans

I think all these kids can fall inside 1-4 rounds in the draft

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05-09-2011, 07:53 AM
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My top players I seen

Maclnnis-st Louis blues
Stone-st Louis blues
Nylander-Chicago Mission
Schmaltz-Chicago Mission
Baughman-Chicago Mission
Chatfield-Compuware
Ceh-Cya
Vilardi-Kingston jr. Frontenacs
Aaron Hayden-Belle Tire
Larkin-Belle Tire
Cobbold-Ottawa Valley Titans

I think all these kids can fall inside 1-4 rounds in the draft
Some of the players on this list are really suspect. Do your home work and find out what scouts think instead of a parents view. The comp player really needs to learn how to skate. Also atleast 4 on the list are taking the NCAA route.

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Some of the players on this list are really suspect. Do your home work and find out what scouts think instead of a parents view. The comp player really needs to learn how to skate. Also atleast 4 on the list are taking the NCAA route.
If they are taking the NCAA route then they are still worth mentioning. I cant comment because I have yet to see them play.

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Some of the players on this list are really suspect. Do your home work and find out what scouts think instead of a parents view. The comp player really needs to learn how to skate. Also atleast 4 on the list are taking the NCAA route.
What are you talking about? Chatfield was one of the fastest skaters I seen there. He used his speed to go around D and score.. You need to watch the damn kid before you give your option.. Which kids are taking the NCAA route?

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Here are my top players I've seen
- Vilardi (Kingston jr. Frontenacs)
- Ceh (TI)
- Schmaltz (chicago mission)
- Nylander (chicago mission)
- Cobbold (Ottawa valley titans)
- Emelifeonwu (Kingston jr. Frontenacs)
- Clarke (Whitby wildcats)
- Coric (York simcoe express)

I believe Nylander is going back home though.


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Also, Vilardi from Kingston and his strong winger Emelifeonwu. I believe vilardi was granted ohl priority but not too sure about the winger because he just recently started playing AAA.

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Also, Vilardi from Kingston and his strong winger Emelifeonwu. I believe vilardi was granted ohl priority but not too sure about the winger because he just recently started playing AAA.
What do you mean?

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ETA hockey league insiders are granting 1996 DOB Francesco Vilardi a vote of confidence as a future high impact OHL prospect with elite level skills.

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ETA hockey league insiders are granting 1996 DOB Francesco Vilardi a vote of confidence as a future high impact OHL prospect with elite level skills.
Where did that come from? Sounds like a promo piece from the ScoutingNews lol.

Kids a good player, let him be one. He doesnt need the promotion.

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Some of the Top 96's from Ontario that made the Allstate All-Canadians Mentorship Camp:-

Aaron Ekblad
Josh Ho-Sang
Michael Dal Colle
Brook Hiddink
David Miller
Liam Herbst
Roland McKeown
Eric Cornel
Robert Fabbri
Brett Hargrave
Damian Bourne
Jacob Middleton
Jared McCann

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Some of the Top 96's from Ontario that made the Allstate All-Canadians Mentorship Camp:-

Aaron Ekblad
Josh Ho-Sang
Michael Dal Colle
Brook Hiddink
David Miller
Liam Herbst
Roland McKeown
Eric Cornel
Robert Fabbri
Brett Hargrave
Damian Bourne
Jacob Middleton
Jared McCann
You beat me to that.

I wish we could have another U16 tournament like we had in Kitchener, but this will be another exciting one.

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Where did that come from? Sounds like a promo piece from the ScoutingNews lol.

Kids a good player, let him be one. He doesnt need the promotion.
you asked, I answered. Lets leave it at that.

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you asked, I answered. Lets leave it at that.
[QUOTE=Jonnyboy;33532925] I believe vilardi was granted ohl priority /QUOTE]

Sir, the sentance does not make sence.

Priority over what? Your not granted OHL Priority, I work for a team in the league and im not sure what "OHL Priority" means. If your refering to the OHL Priority Selection, then every player who plays AAA hockey as of the start of their regular season is entered into the draft pool.

Im just trying to understand what your original point was.

In regards to the scouting news, kind of an unwritten rule about not referencing it here lol.


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96 born OHL prospects for 2012

I can add a few more names of prospects:

Nicholas Petropoulos - Defense Don Mills Flyers
Great kid with tremendous skating abilities

Stuart Ilkeys - Forward Don Mills Flyers
Can flat out fly!

Dante Salituro - Forward Don Mills Flyers
Score! Score! Score!

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