Potential draft re-entries

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  1. Aaron Vickers

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    Who are some of the more notable potential draft re-entries that were passed up this season?

    One from the WHL look to be Erik Felde, who is having a good start in Tri City with the Americans. He's got 16 points in 20 games coming off a shoulder injury. It is also his first year in the WHL.
     
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    Re-entries is miss leading. It should not be even mentioned with passed up players.:)

    How about Maxim Noreau?
     
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    Ryan DePape from Prince Albert is having a good start to his season so far. Career high in points was 17 last season. This season he already has 20 playing alongside another 88 birthdate in Matt Robertson. DePape was Jon Toews linemate growing up in Winnipeg.
     
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    Also Mark Santorelli from the Chilliwack Bruins is an 88 birthdate. He currently sits 7th in scoring in the WHL. It's his first year in the league and he's only behind Hanzal in rookie points with 29 in 23 games.
     
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    Don't know much about him but Matt Caria of the St. Mike's Majors is an '88 with 36 points (19 G, 17 a) in 23 games.
     
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    I started to notice him and a few more last year because of their names who were not passed up because they were not of draft age. Justin Azevedo also was not drafted
     
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    frazier mclaren? He's having a good year so far and in the offseason made it all the way to the kings main camp as an undrafted free agent, whats everyone else think of him? Big guy with soft hands who can throw down with the best of 'em. He's quickly becomming one of my favorite hawks, not only because of his gritty play but he's really become a better skater this year. Scored on a breakaway against chiliwack and made a great move to beat their goaltender. I'd like to see him end up somewhere, as he's now living up to the potential he's had for years in portland.
     
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    Any chance Adam Perry, Rastislav Konecny, or Carter Camper get drafted this year?
     
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    I think mark louis and Darryl Boyle might be eligible again??? Or maybe not, not 100% sure of the drafting rules
     
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    joel gistedt is a lock to get drafted imo. last year he played like 4 games in the sel and did good, but somehow he didnt do good enough to get drafted. this season as a 18 year older he is the starting goalie for frolunda in the sel and he is carrying the entire team on he's back. the team is really struggling, but he has really been great out there. my projection is round 3, but he may go as high as round 2.
     
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    Mattias Modig is also playing great. He outplayed Varlamov in 4-nations tournament.
    Also possible re-entries are Alexander Ribbenstrand, Patrik Zackrisson, Andreas Thuresson, Linus Omark.
     
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    Adam Perry no... but another Knight Scott Aarssen will most likely get drafted this time around...
     
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    yeah i have been impressed by modig aswell. i didnt even know who he was until this season.
     
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    Yeah, after the draft many thought that Jhonas Enroth would be starter for Sweden at WJC, but now it seem's that he would not even make the team.
     
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    This years Team Sweden seems very strong, thre are many possible draft re-entries.
     
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    yea title is misleading.. i thought the thread was about unsigned prospects re-entering the draft this summer
     
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    Tommi Huhtala ( http://www.jatkoaika.com/smliiga.php?pelaaja=5007 ) has been really good this season in his defensive role and could surprise many specialists in WJC. He is a small guy, but aggressive and tackles hard. He is still 18 years old and plays already the second full season against men.
     

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