QMJHL 2004 midget draftees

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  1. detour97

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    Does anyone know who the top midget players availble for this years midget draft are???.Looks like Bathurst,Halifax,Victoriaville,Baie Com. are the bottom feeders this year. Look for Halifax to trade the first round pick if they have not already.They should be a powerhouse team next year and contend for 2005 Mem.Cup.
     
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    As of right now, the top guys are probably Breault and Legault. I don't know much about either except the fact that I would love to see Patenaude keep his pick, get one of the two and keep the kid so Halifax can remain a contender even after guys like Cabana, Steber, Vrana, Sheppard, etc. are gone.
     
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    There Is a guy called Maxime Charon he play for the Cantonnier De Magog,pretty good hockey player,we went to the same school and I can tell you he Is verry solid,and he can hit verry hard
     
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    Is James Sheppard available this year? He put up some good numbers playing with Dartmouth Subways http://www.subwayhockey.com/stats.htm ? I know he played Bantam AAA last year. This is his first year Midget, He could be a high pick.
     
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    Here is the top 32 the way i saw it 1 month ago:

    ROUND 1:

    1. Benjamin Breault - F - CCL QMAAA - 5'10 175 - 1988
    2. Peter-James Corsi - F - L-L-L QMAAA - 5'10 160 - 1988
    3. Jason Legault - D - West Island QMAAA - 6'02 215 - 1988
    4. James Sheppard - F - Dartmouth NSMAAA - 6'02 195 - 1988
    5. Jonathan Bernier - G - L-L-L QMAAA - 5'11 165 - 1988
    6. Alex Beiga - D - West Island QMAAA - 5'09 165 - 1988
    7. Dany Masse - F - CAG QMAAA - 5'10 175 - 1988
    8. Francois Gauthier - F - Levis QMAAA - 5'08 160 - 1988
    9. Yannik Reindeau - F - CCL QMAAA - 5'08 145 - 1988
    10. Vincent Remmillard - F - L-L-L QMAAA - 5'10 170 - 1988
    11. Henrik Lavoie - F - Levis QMAAA - 6'01 180 - 1988
    12. Pascal Boutin - D - CCL QMAAA - 6'01 215 - 1988
    13. Simon Denis-Pepin - D - Gatineau QMAAA - 6'05 174 - 1988
    14. Carl Lauzon - F - CCL QMAAA - 5'08 152 - 1987
    15. Stephano Giliati - F - West Island QMAAA - 6'00 185 - 1987
    16. Pier-Alexander Poulin - F - Levis QMAAA - 6'04 184 - 1988


    ROUND 2:

    17. Mathieu Labrie - D - Fredricton NBMAAA - 6'01 190 - 1987
    18. Hugo Carpentier - F - Gatineau QMAAA - 6'03 185 - 1988
    19. Phillipe Paquet - D - SSF QMAAA - 6'02 187 - 1987
    20. Jean-Phillipe Chabot - F - Levis QMAAA - 6'00 172 - 1988
    21. Alex Lamontagne - D - Trois-Riverie QMAAA - 6'03 185 - 1988
    22. Matthew Lachaine - F - Amos QMAAA - 5'10 163 - 1988
    23. David Crossman - D - Moncton NBMAAA - 6'01 165 - 1987
    24. Graham Bona - D - Dartmouth NSMAAA - 6'02 225 - 1988
    25. Michael Dupont - G - L-L-L QMAAA - 5'11 166 - 1987
    26. Nicolas Blanchard - F - CAG QMAAA - 6'01 160 - 1987
    27. Matt Eagles - F - Fredricton NBMAAA - 5'08 160 - 1988
    28. Blake Gallagher - F - Dartmouth NSMAAA - 5'08 160 - 1988
    29. Mathieu Grenier - F - Amos QMAAA - 5'08 177 - 1987
    30. Kyle Kelly - F - West Island QMAAA - 6'01 176 - 1988
    31. Tommy Labelle - F - Amos QMAAA - 5'10 160 - 1987
    32. Ryan Hillier - F - Dartmouth NSMAAA - 6'00 190 - 1988
     
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    Hes a good player, solid all around.
     
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    Are you on drugs?

    The guy is 6'02

    I know for a FACT!
     
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    I think the Mooseheads should draft the hometown boy James Sheppard. Next year you'll hear Sheppard from Sheppard... Kenzie and James...Sounds pretty good :handclap:
     
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    Are they ralated?
     
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    Nope.
     
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    From what ive heard perhaps the team will be moving kenzie at the draft.

    I know he is the 5th highest scoring 16 year old with 11 goals and 16 assists, but he will be destined for 4th line next year with all the players coming from CB. Plus we would be able to get a lot for him.
     
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    Well Ryan Hillier his linemate is 6'00 175, and James towers over him.

    Graham Bona is listed at 6'02 215, and is the same size as James, just thicker.

    Im tellin ya, James is a big kid.
     
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    James is not 5'11. Seen this kid play many games this year and he is about 6'02 IMO. He is one of the biggest kids on the ice and also one of the most skilled on the ice. I see him being a top 5 pick in this years Q draft...but I can say he is 6'02 there is no way he is 5'11 NO WAY.
     
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    There is really no way of proving it.

    Everywhere lists him at 6'02

    Game sheets, QMJHL Central Scouting, Subways website.
     
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    I agree with you there :)
     
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    you are right on that one, he is one damn good player IMO. Has the talent to be a Star player in the QMJHL or any league he plays in.
     
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    NHL right now is a bit early to be speculating on.

    He does have superstar written all over him with the Q though.

    Hes big, uses that size, never gets outbattled on the boards, has a laser shot, good vision, great passing skills, above average skater.

    Not sure if anyone can find something bad about his game.
     
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