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  1. JeromeHP

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    Lets talk about here to let know everyone about the upcoming star
     
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    Jordan caron late 90born rw 6-2 196 play for rimouski not a bad skater for his size at his age need to improve his shot but that will come when he get stronger not overly physical but again he played as a 15year old so far in the q just turn 16. 2009 draft eligible
     
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    Steven Stamkos a 90' born who plays for Sarnia has been a big offensive force for them and I'm sure as hell that he'll go in the top 5 (2008) if he keeps it up. He's almost averaging a goal per game.

    Edit: 2008 yeah my bad
     
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    Stamkos his egilible for the 2008 draft
     
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    Jordan Eberle seems to be playing very good the dub. Plays for Regina, I believe he has 10 goals in 16 games to lead the team. He's also eligible for the '08 draft..Any Regina fans here or others who have seen him play this season?
     
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    Anyone have seen play yann sauve?, what his going on with chris doyle of pei rockets?
     
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    Quick note on some rimouski patrice cormier has been injured and has missed 9game so far and was starting to play well before his injury and philippe cornet has been ok so far in a limited role i see derrick brassard upside in him
     
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    Shawn Lalonde a defenceman for Belleville has been Okay in terms of numbers but great from what you see on the ice.He's got a great shot,great vision,not afraid to get nasty and looks always calm on the ice.
     
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    Here are some stats on the top scoring 1990 birthdates in the CHL. I used 5 point minimum cutoff for the OHL and QMJHL, and a 4 point cutoff for the WHL since it's lower scoring than the other 2 leagues. The scorers are in order for each league and I also included Tavares just for the heck of it. There are only 4 goalies who qualify for the leaderboard in the CHL so I included them all. And as a bit of commentary, this age group seems loaded in the OHL.

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    Steven Stamkos 16 14-8-22
    Sar C 6'0" 178
    John Tavares 14 13-9-22
    Osh C 6'0" 190
    Cody Hodgson 19 8-9-17
    Bra C 5'11" 182
    Alex Pietrangelo 16 1-12-13
    Mis D 6'2" 185
    Kelly Geoffrey 17 4-8-12
    Eri LW 5'9" 150
    Mike Lomas 19 4-7-11
    Bra C 5'11" 178
    Michael Del Zotto 14 3-8-11
    Osh D 6'0" 200
    Nathan Moon 12 5-3-8
    Kin RW 5'11" 170
    Adam Henrique 16 4-4-8
    Win C 5'11" 173
    Dean Howard 12 3-5-8
    Osh RW 5'11" 170
    Cody Lindsay 15 2-5-7
    Ott C 5'8" 180
    Greg Nemisz 16 3-3-6
    Win C 6'3" 206
    Josh Brittain 14 1-5-6
    Kin LW 6'4" 204
    Thomas Nesbitt 15 2-3-5
    Ott RW 5'11" 180
    Nazem Kadri 17 2-3-5
    Kit C 5'11" 164
    Zach Bogosian 15 1-4-5
    Pet D 6'1" 185
    Tyler Cuma 15 1-4-5
    Ott D 6'1" 175
    Shawn Lalonde 16 1-4-5
    Bel D 6'1" 175
    J.K. Gill 17 1-4-5
    Sud LW 6'1" 179
    Chris Carrozzi 4.03 0.899
    Tor D 6'2" 177
    Anthony Peters 5.66 0.819
    Osh G 6'0" 175

    WHL
    Kyle Beach 14 8-10-18
    Eve C 6'3" 182
    Jordan Eberle 17 11-4-15
    Reg C 5'10" 162
    Mitch Wahl 15 4-4-8
    Spo C 5'11" 172
    Tyler Schmidt 11 3-5-8
    Tri D 6'0" 204
    Geordie Wudrick 17 3-1-4
    Swi LW 6'2" 198
    Colten Teubert 15 1-3-4
    Reg D 6'3" 181
    Michael Stone 14 0-4-4
    Cal D 6'2" 189
    Kevin King 17 0-4-4
    Koo LW 6'0" 198

    QMJHL
    Jordan Caron 18 7-8-15
    Rim C 6'2" 194
    Kelsey Tessier 20 3-6-9
    Que C 5'9" 163
    Joel Champagne 22 2-7-9
    Chi C 6'3" 205
    Mark Barberio 21 1-7-8
    Cap D 6'1" 200
    Philippe Cornet 19 4-3-7
    Rim C 5'11" 175
    Philip-Michael Pinard-Devos 17 4-3-7
    Vic C 5'11 166
    Steven Delisle 18 1-5-6
    Gat D 6'5" 180
    Jordon Southorn 15 2-3-5
    PEI D 6'2" 167
    Danick Hudon-Paquette 16 2-3-5
    Lew LW 5'11" 200
    Jean-Sebastien Berube 18 0-5-5
    Rou LW 6'2" 180
    Kevin Poulin 3.43 0.880
    Vic G 6'1" 200
    Antoine Tardif 4.59 0.845
    Bat G 6'0" 174
     
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    Saw Sauve one game and thought he played well. He has good size, skates well and seems to have good hockey sense. He has the tools and the potential to have a bright future in hockey.

    Doyle has been out with a broken jaw the last couple of weeks. He played his first 2 games last night and tonight. He is a good skater with a good shot and despite missing the first couple of weeks of the season, he doesn't look like a player who hasn't skated much lately.
     
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    I heard doyle shot is already nhl caliber any truth?
     
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    Ya GO LALONDE GO
     

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