Top 2005 Draft Eligible Scorers (QMJHL)

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  1. Hiishawk

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    Crosby (Rimouski) 43 41 64 105
    Bourret (Lewiston) 47 24 45 69
    Zagrapan (Chicoutimi) 41 21 31 52
    Latendresse (Drummondville) 45 16 35 51
    Trukhno (PEI) 43 19 26 45
    Picard-Hooper (Baie-Comeau) 49 17 28 45
    Charette (Rimouski) 46 21 17 38
    Roy (Bathurst) 49 21 16 37
    Aubin (Lewiston) 31 12 22 34
    Ouelette (Cape Breton) 49 7 24 31
    Pare (Shawinigan) 51 16 14 30
    Churilov (Quebec) 50 5 24 29
    Cote (Bathurst) 48 8 18 26
    Duscheneau (Baie-Comeau) 43 10 14 24
    Blanshard (Chicoutimi) 49 7 17 24
    Fergus (Gatineau) 38 10 13 23
    Clendenning (Bathurst) 49 10 12 22
    Jensen (Baie-Comeau) 41 7 14 21
    Guenette-Charland (Victoriaville) 34 12 8 20

    Defensemen:
    Bisallon (Val D'or) 50 12 22 34
    Gragnani (PEI) 48 7 20 27
    Begin (Shawinigan) 51 7 18 25
    Letang (Val D'or) 51 8 14 22
    Bourdon (Bal D'or) 51 10 11 21
    Denny (Lewiston) 43 4 14 18
    Bartulis (Moncton) 44 4 13 17
    Bezeau (PEI) 47 2 15 17
    Vlasic (Quebec) 51 2 15 17
    Andricopolous (Quebec) 47 3 11 14
    Paquet (Shawiningan) 51 1 13 14
    Labrie (Bathurst) 47 2 10 12

    Goalies:
    Proteau (Val D'or) 16 .913 2.83
    MacFarlane (Shawinigan) 10 .917 2.90
    Pelletier (Drummondville) 26 .900 2.86
    Vincent (Chicoutimi) 33 .905 3.03
     
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    Picard-Hooper (Baie-Comeau) 49 17 28 45

    What kind of game does he play??
     
  3. LaLaLaprise

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    Think Simon Gamache with 1/4 the skill :)

    Picard-Hooper is a skilled kid but he is small and a very choppy skater. I honestly dont think he will be drafted. Good junior player.
     
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    Shouldn't Lascek also be on that list?
     
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    What do you think of Charette? He seems so small. Do you think he can play to an another level?
     
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    He's not a 2005 eligible player. Well, he is, but this list is players in their first year of eligibility.
     
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    Who's this "Sidney Crosby" guy I see on the list.......... :dunno:
     
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    After the games he looks like one of the players sisters ;)

    The guy is 5'05. Too bad because he has so much talent.
     
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    I saw Charette 3 times this season and im going to see him next week. The guy has skills, but I dont think he can play outside of the LHJMQ. He is listed at 150lbs. Just imagine phaneuf laying his body on that small dude. Way way too small, St-Louis must looks big next to charette.
     
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    And he must learn how to pass the puck.
     
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    Awesome midget player though, literally! Anyway, he's a good two inches taller than Alexandre Blais though.
     
  12. CH Wizard

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    Aubin is overrated.He's playing with Picard and Bourret so that's helping.I've seen him play twice and he didn't surprise me AT ALL !!!!!
     
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    Aubin Overratted?! I think he is underrated he has a 40 point season and he plays on the same line on Picard and Bourret. He is the quiet guy, the dark horse, and a possible steal in the 2nd and 3rd round where the projectsions of him going.. He hasn't been playing the last few months either with an shoulder injury. All you here about in Q is Crosby and Bourret and some other guys. He has having a pretty good year. He isn't going to be the savior of hockey. He will be a decent player in the NHL. I think by the way your board name is "The Great One" says it all. You must compare all prospects to Crosby and obviously Wayne. I think you are caught in a Crosby trance
     
  14. CH Wizard

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    HUH....................?

    Dude , we can't judge a player just by stats.I'd have a good season statswise while playing with Bourret and Picard.I never said he won't be a decent player in the NHL.I said , he's overrated.He's overrated because he's having great stats but I've seen him play.He wasn't playing with grit or intensity at all.He was floating on the ice a lot.He's a great passer though but let's be honest , he isn't consistent while playing with two damn great forwards.He also has a pretty weak wrist shot.I'm sure , he wouldn't be as dominant stats wise if he wouldn't be playing with Picard and Bourret.I'll have the oppurtunity to watch him play when he'll return from his injury...Well , I also project him to be gone in the third round but I'd like to see what he can do without receiving this amount of time with Bourret and Picard.
     
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    Youve seen him play twice...thats not enough to get a good look at him because he isnt a flashy player. The more you see him the more your appreciate how good he is at doing the little things.
     
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    I agree. Aubin is largely underrated. I see no weaknesses in his game- plus above average vision. He had a pretty bad shoulder injury but has been a big contributor on the big line both before and since.
     
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