People on this forum were wanting to know about him early in the season when he was averaging 3 points a game (Gp-10 G-15 A-15 Pts-30) and I have got to see him play in the BCHL several times as well as in a Native hockey tournement in Vernon BC. Casey Pierro-Zabotel is 6'2 208 lbs, a native of Cache Creek B.C Canada C-P's style is similar to a cat, he doesnt create oppurtunities himself; but he lurks aroun the ice with his head low and he pounces on your mistakes and boy does he make you pay with his finish. He posses a very hard but somewhat innacurrate shot. Very good stickhandling for his size, also very great skating ability for a 6'2 208 pounder- and with that size its hard to knock this guy off the puck. He oozes potential still, isnt too physical and is disaplined in the box but isnt afraid to "throw down" if called upon. He is right now projected 3rd round in the NHL entry draft, and in the BCHL he was 3rd in scoring behind 2nd place Kyle Turris (Who is projected number 1 in this years NHL entry draft) *Heres a comparison I wanted to point out between Travis Zajac and Casey Zabotel offensive stats; ages given and they both played in the BCHL Casey:6'2 208 lbs age 17: GP-60 G-20 A-35 PTS-55 age 18: GP-55 G-51 A-65 PTS-116 Travis:6'2 205 lbs age 17: GP-59 G-16 A-36 PTS-52 age 18: GP-59 G-43 A-69 PTS-112 Theres a big similarity there and Zajac (Drafted 20th overall) now is in the NHL at the age 21 and got 42 points in 80 games as a rookie. Zabotel is ranked 3rd round but watching what he can do I think he is capable of being late 1st round. Anyone else see him play? Zabotel also played at the World Junior A Hockey Championships playing for Team Canada West winning the Gold medal along side Kyle Turris.