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06-28-2011, 05:02 PM
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2011 Ducks Conditioning Camp

Ducks' Prospects Conditioning Camp
Conditioning Camp for Prospects June 30-July 5, 2011 at Anaheim Ice.
Public sessions: Thursday June 30: Scrimmage 9am

DUCKS CONDITIONING CAMP ROSTER
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No.NameHeightWeightPositionLast 2010-11 club
82Joseph Cramarossa6-0190CMississauga (OHL)
60Andreas Dahlstrom5-11176CAIK (SEL Jr.)
65Emerson Etem6-1195RWMedicine Hat (WHL)
84Max Friberg5-10195LWSkovde (Sweden-Div. 1)
61Radoslav Illo6-0190LWBemidji State (NCAA)
81William Karlsson6-0170CVasteras (SEL)
75Kellan Lain6-6210CLake Superior State (NCAA)
55Brett Perlini6-2200CMichigan State (NCAA)
67Rickard Rakell6-0199RWPlymouth (OHL)
78Rick Schofield6-2198CSyracuse (AHL)
77Devante Smith-Pelly6-0207RWMississauga (OHL)
80Chris Wagner6-0195CColgate (NCAA)
Defensemen     
No.NameHeightWeightShootsLast 2010-11 club
73Mat Clark6-3211RSyracuse (AHL)
48Tim Heed5-11169RVaxio (Sweden)
71Kevin Lind6-3218LNotre Dame (NCAA)
85Josh Manson6-3203RSalmon Arm (BCHL)
58Jake Newton6-3205LSyracuse (AHL)
76Justin Schultz6-2185RWisconsin (NCAA)
83Andy Welinski6-1188RGreen Bay (USHL)
Goaltenders     
No.NameHeightWeightCatchesLast 2010-11 club
72Igor Bobkov6-4192LLondon (OHL)
36John Gibson6-3206LUSA U-18 (NTDP)
31Iiro Tarkki6-3 191LEspoo (FEL)

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  • Annual Prospect Conditioning camp focuses on conditioning, off ice preparation, nutrition, skating and passing drills.


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06-28-2011, 05:07 PM
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Lot of new faces coming to Anaheim for the Ducklings Annual Prospect Camp.
If you attend the public sessions, feel free to report back here

Go Ducks!

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Ducks Press Release

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The Ducks will host their annual prospect conditioning camp scrimmage at THE RINKS – Anaheim ICE on Thursday, June 30 beginning at 9 a.m. Fans and media are invited to attend the hour-long open scrimmage session, which is free of charge to the general public. A total of 22 prospects will participate in both on-ice and off-ice workouts at Anaheim ICE throughout the conditioning camp, running June 30-July 5 (only the annual scrimmage is open to the public). - Read More -

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06-28-2011, 07:55 PM
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Our Goalie prospect pool went from crappy, to pretty good. Tarkki and Gibson? **** Yeah! .... and Bobkov isn't too bad either...

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Not to take anything away from Tarkki but I can't wait to see how Gibson does this upcoming season.

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Just my luck, the one day I'm out of town they hold the prospect camp... Dammit...

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06-29-2011, 01:59 AM
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Too bad that Vatanen couldn't join them. I'm still very excited about this .

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Too bad that Vatanen couldn't join them. I'm still very excited about this .
Damn Defense Forces...

Tarkki might turn some heads in the camp...he is pro already.

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Damn Defense Forces...

Tarkki might turn some heads in the camp...he is pro already.
So he cant leave Finland until he has completed service?

He didnt come last year either right?

Surprised to see Dahlstrom coming - I thought he had lost interest

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All of those names look familiar except one:
Kellan Lain - 6'6" - 210 - C - Lake Superior State (NCAA)

Looks like an interesting project and pretty much the tallest guy that is going to be at the camp.

Any info on him?

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All of those names look familiar except one:
Kellan Lain - 6'6" - 210 - C - Lake Superior State (NCAA)

Looks like an interesting project and pretty much the tallest guy that is going to be at the camp.

Any info on him?
I hear he is a friend of Rick Schofield's. Pretty bad NCAA numbers - maybe getting a look as an enforcer or potential switch to defense?

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Do they really have to do this at 9AM?

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Are we participating in the Pentincton rookie tourney?

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I hear he is a friend of Rick Schofield's. Pretty bad NCAA numbers - maybe getting a look as an enforcer or potential switch to defense?
http://www.eliteprospects.com/player...gueid=&season=

Seems to have put up decent numbers in the OJAHL then dropped off last season in NCAA.

The dude's measurements are imposing, hopefully the feet and legs can keep up.

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I will be going to the prospect scrimmage, so feel free to drill me with prospect questions when I get back. I will be wearing my 13 Mike Brown jersey, see you there.

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I will be going to the prospect scrimmage, so feel free to drill me with prospect questions when I get back. I will be wearing my 13 Mike Brown jersey, see you there.
haha wil do make sure you're paying VERY VERY CLOSE ATTENTION

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So I just got back. For starters, Rakell, Lind, Newton and Bobkov where not there this morning.

Tarkki was extremely solid today, he was making so pro looking saves. One chance Perlini had a wide open net and right as the puck is released, Tarkki slid seamlessly to the other post to prevent what I thought was a sure goal. Gibson was a little shaky at first, but he played pretty good towards the end.

Karlsson and Friberg really impressed me. They where fast and shifty. Karlsson can deke, and Friberg has a wicked wrister.

Smith-Pelly, Etem, Clark, and Wagner were playing on a line together and they had some filthy passing plays. I was surprised how well Wagner played, scoring a couple of goals, as did Etem. Etem had one of the prettiest looking goals I have seen in person, skating through a couple of defenders and netting it top corner short side. Smith-Pelly really trimmed down from last year, he looks faster and more polished.

Welinski and Clark where the two stand outs of defense. Clark's offensive game has really rounded it and he was all over the Ice. I was impressed with Welinski's ability to move the puck, and he had a nice little goal at the beginning of the scrimmage.

That's all that I can think of off the top of my head. Sorry for the sloppy post, I'm in a hurry to hit the sack. Ask questions if you want, Ill respond after my nap.

Edit: Cramarossa is very fast


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Thanks for the report:

Decent crowd for prospects. Always forget how young they look

Did you run into Scotty?



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No my friend who I carpooled with was in a rush to leave. Otherwise I would have tried to talk to him. He was down below so you couldn't see him unless you where hanging over the bars

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Here's a quick clip of a Dahlstrom goal I managed to get: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BS5Fh0t6LrE
Wagner and Etem were probably our best looking prospects. Smith-Pelley was impressive too. Gibson looks a bit raw, but should benefit from playing at teh U of Michigan. Big body too.

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Was Schultz there? If so, how did he look?

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So I just got back. For starters, Rakell, Lind, Newton and Bobkov where not there this morning.
Update:
Jake Newton (sick)
Igor Bobkov (travel delay)
Rickard Rakell (equipment delay)

Package 'em in a deal Bob

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having watched DSP and Cramarossa since they were 15-yr olds in their OHL draft year, you guys should be REAL excited... i've also tried to follow Etem's progress as well, and i'm now a big Ducks fan.

DSP has solid speed and is generally a dump & chase kind of guy with a WICKED wrister/snap shot. doesn't have a booming slap shot, but really plays aggressively. he'll stand in front of the net, or off the defender near the face-off circles and wait for a deflection or one timer, respectively. the guy is a beast. not bad for a player who spent time on the 2nd line as a 15-yr old!

Cramarossa is a BIG agitator. he's got some speed and some offensive skill, but i'd consider him more of a Brad Marchand than a Patrice Bergeron - good hands to score or fight.

living in Ontario, i don't get the chance to see a ton of Ducks games, but i will be ordering the NHL Centre Ice package to keep tabs on this team - especially if DSP and Etem make the squad.

i'll be checking into the forums regularly to see what you guys are saying.

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Cheers for that mate, hope you stick around and we can help convert you to be a Ducks fan

I know nearly all of us are high on DSP as a third liner at the very least. Hoping Etem can really step up as well, specially since he's from SoCal

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