Canada's UNDER 18 Crop

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  1. ktownhockey

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    I'm very interested with this years canadian draft contingent for the next two years.

    I want to know about these players:
    Gilbert Brule 05
    Devon Setoguchi 05
    Bryan Little 06
    Andrew Cogliano 05
    Daniel Bertram 05
    Brock Bradford 05
    Chris Durrand 05
    Ryan O' Marra 05
    Kris Russell 05
    Marc Stall 05
    Ryan Wilson 05
    Daniel Ryder 05
    Luc Bourdon 05
    Guilliume Latendresse 05
    Nick Drazenovic 05
    Brednen Mikkelson ??
    Ryan Mior ??
    JP Lavasseur 05

    I want scouting reports and where you think they'll go in the 2005 , or 06 entry drafts. This would be grealty appreciated.

    My list 2005 ( Canadians only)
    1) Sidney Crosby
    2) Gilbert Brule
    3) Guilliume Lantendresse
    4) Andrew Cogliano
    5) Daniel Bertram
    6) Marc Staal
    7) JP Lavasseur
    8) Devon Setogucci (sp)
    9) Brock Bradford
    10) Daniel Ryder
    11) Chris Durrand
    12) Ryan Wilson
    13) Ryan O'Marra
    14) Ryan Mior
    15) Patrick McNeil
    16) Kris Russell
    17) Luc Bourdon
    18) Brenden Mikkaelson
    19) Nick Dranzenovic
    20) Ryan Parent
    21) Adam Hobson
    22) Richard Clune
    23) Kyle Lamb
    24) Casey Price
    25) Cody Bass


    Let me know if this list is accruate in consensus of how this draft will turn out?
    give me some feedback .... or if iam missing anyone
     
  2. Rabid Ranger

    Rabid Ranger 2 is better than one

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    The consensus on Bertram is he is like Alyn McCauley without the concussion problems.
     
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    I would put guys like Mikkelson and Scott Jackson ahead of someone like Russel who is only about 5'9 155 or so.
     
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    I saw Bryan Little play once, I don't believe he was all that big but a hard worker, good skater and some slick moves from what I saw, had 34 goals 24 assits for 58 points in 64 games for Barrie Colts this past season as a 16/17 year old so he's pretty good. The Colts website has him listed as 5'10, 177 so his size is definetly the biggest knock on him.
     
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    Andrew Cogliano seems to be the outstanding Canadian forward so far. Ahead of Brule and well ahead of Bertram. :)
     
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    Brule has a better all around game but I would think that Cogliano and Lantendresse could actually end up being picked ahead of Brule.
     
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    Yes, Cogliano, Brule and Bertram and Little are all good players and are all only
    5'9"-5'10". They are also only 16 and l7 and still have time to grow!
     
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