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07-17-2011, 01:11 PM
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1. Sam Reinhart—F—Vancouver NW 5’11/165 00 00 00 00
2. Blake Clarke—F—Chicago Mission U16 6’00/185 35 15 19 34
3. Aaron Ekblad—D—Sun County Panthers 6’03/200 30 03 30 34
4. Anthony DeAnglo—D—Cedar USHL 5’10/165 28 01 14 15
5. Ryan Pilon—D—Wareman 6’01/176 20 27 18 45
6. Iliya Zinoviev—F—Traktor 96 0’00/000 37 35 57 92
7. Jake Virtanen—F—Aboostsbord 5’11/164 59 68 49 117
8. Roland McKeown—D—Toronto Marl 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
9. Michael Dal Colle—F—Vaughan Kings 6’02/155 00 00 00 00
10. Kameron Kielly—F—Sherwood 0’00/000 24 42 25 67
11. Ivan Nikolishin—F—CSKA 96 0’00/000 25 26 26 52
12. Brycen Martin—D—Calgary 6’01/160 31 06 36 42
13. Kevin Bouchard—G—Mustang Espoir 6’00/187 00 00 0.00 .000
14. Maxime Chevalier—D—Notre Dame 5’09/158 11 09 20 29
15. Jonathan Duchesne—D—Toronto Marlb 6’01/200
16. Brandon Nickerson—D—South Shore 6’01/185 33 02 03 05
17. Brook Hiddink—F—Elgin Middlesex 0’00/000 30 19 30 49
18. William Nylander—F—Chicago Misson 0’00/000 00 00 00 00
19. Daniel Audette—F—Conquerants Espoir 5’07/183 21 18 14 32
20. Patrik Koys—F—Dubnica U18 5’09/157 44 34 39 73
21. Francis Perron—F—Seigneurs 5’09/130 26 30 24 54
22. Joshua Ho-Sang—F—Toronto Marlboros 5’10/145
23. Julius Bergman—D—Karlskrona J20 6’00/181 14 05 04 09
24. Jaakko Hälli—D—Tappara U16 5’11/161 27 11 10 21
25. Marcel Godbout—Forward—Shattuck 5’10/170 43 36 45 81
26. Mitchel Slattery—Defense—Shattuck 5’11/150 43 11 36 47
27. Nicholas Ritchie—F—Toronto Malbros 0’00/000 68 50 45 95
28. Jonathan Deschamps—D—Trois Riv AAA 6’00/178 41 01 07 08
29. Adrian Kempe—F—Kramfors J18 5’09/143 25 01 07 08
30. Ryan Gropp—F—Kamloops 6’01/157 58 62 66 128
Its unfair for me to comment on players outside of my normal group

Some of my favourates include Ritchie, Ho Sang, and McKeown. What Ho Sang was able to do in Minor Midget last year was outstanding, which is I have him ahead of the Del Colle (who is a great talent as well) on my early OHL Draft rankings. Not sure about Duchesne that high, but as you said, its WAY to heard to worry about where specific players are slotted.

Anyone who is interested there will be a week long camp in Mississauga for the top 96's in Canada in the first week of August, hosted by the NHLPA. Looking forward to seeing Ekblad, Dal Colle and Ho-Sang compare to Jake Virtanen, Daniel Audette, Ryan Gropp, Jonathan Deschamps and Matthew Highmore among others

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07-17-2011, 01:21 PM
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Once again the Marlboros track down the top players of their age group (in the region)..very impressive.
The Mississauga Rebels will also have a heck of a draft, they have 5-6 players who could be 1st round talents.

It will be interesting to see how this year plays out in the GTHL.

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07-17-2011, 03:12 PM
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I see that the lists seem to be either one league, or another... How about this group of players from a variety of leagues. I have seen about half and cant argue with any of them.

Micheal Dal Colle F Vaughn Kings
Ryan MacInnis F St. Louis Blues
Jack Surowiec F IN Racers-
Zach Weinger F FL EverBlades
Reid Duke F Calgary Royal
Nick Minerva F NJ Titians
Ryan Price F NJ Titians
Nick Bohatiuk F U16 Comcast
Bryce Martin D Calgary Bisons
Dante Canatella D Vaughn Kings
Davis McNulty D Junior Penguins
Travis Dermott D York Simcoe Express
Jonathan Duchese D 95 Toronto Marlies
Cam Hackett G Vaughn Kings

Some of these guys play for this spring team, but from what I hear they are very good as a team. I am assuming that MacInnis is son of Al?
This from another thread, but I think its a 2014 prospect list.
MacInnis' kid! Nice! Kinda funny he's a forward.

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07-17-2011, 04:13 PM
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Its unfair for me to comment on players outside of my normal group

Some of my favourates include Ritchie, Ho Sang, and McKeown. What Ho Sang was able to do in Minor Midget last year was outstanding, which is I have him ahead of the Del Colle (who is a great talent as well) on my early OHL Draft rankings. Not sure about Duchesne that high, but as you said, its WAY to heard to worry about where specific players are slotted.

Anyone who is interested there will be a week long camp in Mississauga for the top 96's in Canada in the first week of August, hosted by the NHLPA. Looking forward to seeing Ekblad, Dal Colle and Ho-Sang compare to Jake Virtanen, Daniel Audette, Ryan Gropp, Jonathan Deschamps and Matthew Highmore among others
what I like about Duchesne is his size 6'01/200 I like his long term projectability myself, I think he has a lot of talent to bring out. Make sure to check out Brandon Nickerson on defense at the camp, the guy is going to be a good one in the QMJHL.

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Czech Republic:
f Jakub Vrána (Letňany)
f Petr Tejral (Slavia)
d Luboš Vacek (Sparta)
f David Pastrňák (Havířov)
f Jakub Kotala (Havířov)
f Jan Mandát (Jihlava)
I would add D Dominik Masin from Slavia
Right now Vrana and Pastrnak are top Czech 2014 prospects

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07-18-2011, 06:57 AM
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Nylander's kid.. does anyone know who he will represent internationally?

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Wasn't there a 1996-born with awesome moves hyped a few years ago?

I can't recall his name.
Gotcha.

Jayce Hawryluk.

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Does anyone had heard about a certain Bruno Cheff, he was playing Bantam AAA with the Eastern Ontario AAA Wild. If someone knows him, I would really like some info on him. Thanks

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2104 draft prospect

There is a player that I saw this summer at the Chowder Cup in Boston. He is a late 95, so he is eligible for this draft. He had very good size, and his skating ability, and vision with the puck was good. I expect to see him in this draft

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Nylander's kid.. does anyone know who he will represent internationally?
he will represent the US.

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There is a player that I saw this summer at the Chowder Cup in Boston. He is a late 95, so he is eligible for this draft. He had very good size, and his skating ability, and vision with the puck was good. I expect to see him in this draft

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thanks for the post Sean....

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actually im one of the coaches that was at chowder cup that talked to him

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Like Galchenyuk from two years ago, keep an eye on either Blake Clarke or Nick Schmaltz to go #1 overall in next years OHL draft. Still a long ways away, but damn is Schmaltz exciting, and Clarke looks like the total package as well.

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Like Galchenyuk from two years ago, keep an eye on either Blake Clarke or Nick Schmaltz to go #1 overall in next years OHL draft. Still a long ways away, but damn is Schmaltz exciting, and Clarke looks like the total package as well.
Clarke is my fav of the two, this guy is physical, and very skilled, right now I have him 2nd behind Sam Reinhart he is going to be a dandy.


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Nylander's kid.. does anyone know who he will represent internationally?
Would have to think that he hasn't decided that yet. He's still several years away from the tournaments that would lock him up to a particular national team.

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he will represent the US.
We're all living in America,
America is wunderbar.
We're all living in America,
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P.S. Proof link maybe?

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It all depends on where his was born. I believe his mother is Swedish as well but Michael Nylander had been playing for Calgary leading up to Willie's birth but Calgary had been eliminated from the playoffs already that year so I'm not sure where Willie was born. I try not to put too much stock into the USA Select Camp festivals over the summer but Nylander wasn't at the recent one and all his friends that he plays with in the USA were so that may say something. Unless Willie was born in the USA, I don't think he has citizenship. The other option would be if either of his parents have obtained US citizenship but I don't know on that avenue.

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It all depends on where his was born. I believe his mother was Swedish but Michael Nylander was playing for Calgary during the span of Willie's birth but Calgary had been eliminated from the playoffs already that year so I'm not sure where Willie was born. I try not to put too much stock into the USA Select Camp festivals over the summer but Nylander wasn't at the recent one and all his friends that he plays with in the USA were so that may say something.
It doesn´t have anything to do with where he was born. Of course if he was born in the US he could have US citizenship by birth but at the same time he´d also get Swedish citizenship as well as both his parents were Swedish citizens (would be the same even if only one of them was Swedish) It seems that he has double citizenship anyway (acc. to eliteprospects) and therefore everything depends on the IIHF´s requirements for double citizens. If he has played his whole career only in the US so far then he can only represent the USA. If he has played at least two consecutive seasons in both the US and Sweden then he is eligible to play for both and it depends only which one he will choose himself.

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Like Galchenyuk from two years ago, keep an eye on either Blake Clarke or Nick Schmaltz to go #1 overall in next years OHL draft. Still a long ways away, but damn is Schmaltz exciting, and Clarke looks like the total package as well.
Im with you with Clarke, but I still dont see it with Schmaltz.

He is a good player, but im not sure that he is on the same level of a Joshua Ho Sang or a Michael Del Colle.

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It doesn´t have anything to do with where he was born. Of course if he was born in the US he could have US citizenship by birth but at the same time he´d also get Swedish citizenship as well as both his parents were Swedish citizens (would be the same even if only one of them was Swedish) It seems that he has double citizenship anyway (acc. to eliteprospects) and therefore everything depends on the IIHF´s requirements for double citizens. If he has played his whole career only in the US so far then he can only represent the USA. If he has played at least two consecutive seasons in both the US and Sweden then he is eligible to play for both and it depends only which one he will choose himself.
It depends on where he was born for USA hockey purposes, as was the discussion. If he wasn't born in the USA then he almost certainly doesn't have American citizenship and can't represent team USA. I know he has Swedish citizenship already.

Eliteprospects may be right but they're not very accurate regarding eligibility with the flags.


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I guess one thing to consider is that unlike Ulf Samuelsson, Michael Nylander is not a naturalised US citizen.

I guess that could be an indicator of where he intends to live once his playing career is over.

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Gotcha.

Jayce Hawryluk.
He was drafted by Brandon in the 2nd round of this years Bantam draft too

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I guess one thing to consider is that unlike Ulf Samuelsson, Michael Nylander is not a naturalised US citizen.

I guess that could be an indicator of where he intends to live once his playing career is over.
isn`t samuelsson`s kids playing in sweden now

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I guess one thing to consider is that unlike Ulf Samuelsson, Michael Nylander is not a naturalised US citizen.

I guess that could be an indicator of where he intends to live once his playing career is over.
Yep, in that the only way Nylander's kid would have citizenship is if he was born in the USA.

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isn`t samuelsson`s kids playing in sweden now
Henrik is now. He's a '94 that played with the NTDP U-17 team last year. He's already played for Team USA in an IIHF event though.

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Ill be honest im not to sure about Nylander just yet. Ive seen him 3-4 times, and I dont see it like I do with a Clarke, a Ho Sang, a Del Colle or a Hiddick.

Maybe its his body type, or his height, im not sure. I need to get to see him more often thou.

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