USA NTDP U-17 roster announced

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  1. orangeandblack

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    GOALTENDERS (2)
    No Name Ht (cm) Wt (kg) Birthdate S/C Birthplace 2005-06 Team
    30 Michael Clemente 6-1 (185) 185 (84) 01/09/90 L
    Great Falls, Va. Washington Jr. Capitals
    35 Nick Maricic 6-2 (188) 200 (91) 01/20/90 L
    Alta Loma, Calif. California Wave

    DEFENSEMEN (8)
    64 Ryan Grimshaw 6-0 (183) 180 (82) 01/28/90 R Rochester, N.Y. Salisbury School
    44 Ryan Hegarty 6-0 (183) 185 (84) 05/16/90 L Arlington, Mass. Belmont Hill School
    47 Sam Lofquist 6-1 (185) 170 (77) 03/15/90 R Faribault, Minn. Shattuck-St. Mary’s
    77 Sean Lorenz 6-1 (185) 185 (84) 03/10/90 R Littleton, Colo. Colorado Thunderbirds
    54 Joe Marciano 6-2 (188) 180 (82) 01/19/90 R Faribault, Minn. Shattuck-St. Mary’s
    55 Nick Pryor 5-10 (178) 165 (75) 09/06/90 L Woodbury, Minn. Hill-Murray School
    72 Grant Scott 6-3 (191) 200 (91) 01/07/90 R Sewickley, Pa. Shady Side Academy
    71 Steven West 6-0 (183) 185 (84) 02/23/90 R Milford, Mich. Honeybaked


    FORWARDS (13)
    87 Michael Cichy 6-0 (183) 175 (79) 07/08/90 L
    New Hartford, Conn. Boston Jr. Bruins
    91 Kelen Corkum 6-0 (183) 185 (84) 07/17/90 R Newbury, Mass. Portland Jr. Pirates
    68 Robbie Czarnik 6-1 (185) 165 (75) 01/25/90 R Washington, Mich. Honeybaked
    98 Justin Florek 6-4 (194) 195 (88) 05/18/90 L Marquette, Mich. Marquette Electricians
    41 Patrick Gaul 5-8 (172) 165 (75) 02/27/90 L Pittsburgh, Pa. Pittsburgh Hornets
    88 Danny Kristo 5-11 (180) 155 (71) 06/18/90 R
    Eden Prairie, Minn. Eden Prairie High School
    42 Kevin McCarey 5-11 (180) 190 (86) 03/24/90 R Baldwinsville, N.Y. Syracuse Stars
    49 Colin Moore 5-10 (178) 170 (77) 05/21/90 R Medfield, Mass. Belmont Hill School
    59 Colin Reddin 5-10 (178) 175 (79) 06/23/90 L
    Corona Del Mar, Calif. LA Jr. Kings
    67 Stephen Rogers 5-11 (180) 175 (79) 07/23/90 L Watertown, Mass. St. Sebastian’s
    74 Vinny Saponari 5-11 (180) 165 (75) 02/15/90 R Powder Springs, Ga. Culver Prep
    79 Jordan Schroeder 5-8 (172) 165 (75) 09/29/90 R
    Prior Lake, Minn. St. Thomas Academy
    56 David Wohlberg 6-0 (183) 185 (84) 07/18/90 L
    South Lyon, Mich. Honeybaked
     
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    Which of these players have received the most hype so far and are considered really good prospects?
     
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    I thought there was an outside shot that Czarnik was going to join the Oshawa Generals.....so much for that
     
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    Just a few questions. Is this roster set in stone? If McRae decided to play one more year in the US would he play for the under 17 again or do you think they'd put him on the under 18? Cause he was yet to officially sign with London and could possible go back to the US.
     
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    Colin Reddin, & Nick Pryor are the ones that stand out for me. Is Colin Wilson an '89 or did he just not make the team?
     
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    Wilson's a late '89 therefore playing with the U-18 team. I think Jimmy Hayes and Richard Manley(also late-borns) plays for the U-18 team, too.
    I thought that Jet Morin was going to be on this team as an underager?
     
  7. orangeandblack

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    a few things on this team;

    it looks like one of the smallest in a while, only 1 big forward, and 2 big defensemen.

    the goalies are excellent, clemente is considered one of the best US goalie prospects to come around in a long time, there was talk of him being a top 5 ohl pick, this is not out of the question for next season. maricic isnt too far behind, hes been dominant this past season especially at nationals and selects.

    the most dynamic offensive players are mike cichy, jordan schroeder, and robbie czarnik. cichy will be signing with halifax in q next season, he wanted one season before he made the move. czarnik could also be one and done, and sign with oshawa after this season. shroeder is small but very dynamic, he looks like hes a college player all the way.

    saponari, florek, mccarey and kristo will likely make up the bulk of the scoring besides the three forwards proeviously mentioned. reddin has alot skill, but hasnt put it all together. he has already signed a whl contract with portland, and wont be playing college hockey, hes likely one and done with the program. one thing to note, reddin played on the same la kings team as mitch wahl last season, and in just about the same amount of games wahl had twice as many points as reddin, so that gives you an idea on his offensive ability. it looks like the remaining forwards will be roll players. mcrae will be playing with london this season. if he had stayed, it would have been unlikely hed be playing with the u-17s, and stayed with the u-18 team. the were rumors of morin being on this team, but he isnt. ive hear that he has committed to next years u-17 team with kenny ryan, chris brown, cam fowler, and ben hughes as of now.
    on defense pryor will be their best puck mover, but he is small, he is committed to wisconsin. hegarty and west are also very highly touted. west was a high ohl draft pick, but has made a college commitment, so its probably 50/50 where he'll end up, he has the potential to be a very good offensive defenseman. marciano has good size and is a big time prospect, but had an awful selects. grimshaw is a classic hard nosed stay at home defenseman.
     
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    Danny Kristo has commited to UND, Jordan Shroeder has commited to U of Min.
     
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    Czarnik and Wohlberg are committed to Michigan. Czarnik, I guess, you could group into the 50/50 college/OHL club, but he and Wohlberg are like best friends and I think they'll end up going the college route together.
     
  10. Awesome! A kid from B-ville, just like Timmy Connolly!

    Baldwinsville was my high school's second most significant rival...
     
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    Good Lord! What are they feeding these kids? They are freakin' 16 !:amazed:
     
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    They aren't feeding them as much as the Saudi Arabia little league baseball team is feeding this 13 YEAR OLD kid :eek:
     

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