'05 Q Class Strong

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  1. BobMarleyNYR

    BobMarleyNYR Rangers future on D

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    QMJHL is going to yield a strong harvest next June. I know I'm a little early here, but I'm very excited. Scouts I've talked to RAVE about how deep the draft is overall, and the general attitude is shifting to the idea that '05 will be better than '03! Allegedly, it will also be a draft full of franchise centers and d-men. However, it lacks a Montoya or a Fleury, as the last two seasons have seen.

    But as for the Q... There's Crosby of course. Then, arguably the no. 2 prospect is Drummondville's Guillaume Latendresse. The two best NA goalies, JP LeVasseur and Ryan Mior, are from the QMJHL.

    Many are very skeptical of Q prospects, but this year looks good for them. Supposedly day one is going to be HUGE! And I only mentioned 4 QMJHL kids - who, mind you, should go before no. 20 at this point!
     
  2. moosefan

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    don't forget about other guys who could go first round in Bourrett, Bourdon and Paquet and also the euros such as Chuirlov and Zharkov and Truhno. Plus with Charland, Vincent, Saulnier, who could all be 2nd rounders this draft could be one of the best for the QMJHL ever.
     
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    Hey moosefan where do you see Marc Gragnani and Tyler Hawes going in the draft?
     
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    I have not seen much of Gragnani so I can't really say with him yet till next year. Hawes I can see going from 3rd to 6th round. He could even have a big breakout year this year and surrpass many top players like Charland and so on, he has alot of raw ability and great size.
     
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    Hawes has size and he can skate. If he has anywhere close to 50 pts he will be a top 50 pick.
     
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    shameless bump!

    Now that the season is started and everything, who are the best QJMHL prospect for the 2005 draft? It looks really interesting so far with a lot of skilled guys that could go in the top 3 rounds.
     
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    What about Marek Zagrapan.Isn't he 2005 eligible.He seems to be making a pretty
    big splash early for Chicoutimi and some posters here say he's got some crazy moves and I think he's got some size as well.
     
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    I know that with the Cataractes there is some very good 17 old rookies.
    There is also some rookies that impressed me with drummondville.
     
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    How about some names and information???
     
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    Can anyone play D?
     
  11. Erngueva

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    I dont know, is Simon Gagne play good D ?
     
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    Here is the way i see it right now for QMJHL prospects:

    01. Sidney Crosby - F - Rimouski - 5'11 190
    02. Guillaume Latendresse - F - Drummondville - 6'02 222
    03. Luc Bourdon - D - Val D'or - 6'02 185
    04. Marek Zagrapan - F - Chicoutimi - 6'01 185
    05. Alexandre Vincent - G - Chicoutimi - 6'04 195
    06. Alex Bourret - F - Lewiston - 5'10 214
    07. Jean-Phillipe Paquet - D - Shawinigan - 6'02 207
    08. Ryan Mior - G - PEI - 6'01 180
    09. Gennady Churilov - F - Quebec - 6'01 176
    10. Jean-Phillipe Lavasseur - G - Rouyn-Noranda - 6'00 189
    11. Slava Truhno - F - PEI - 6'01 196
    12. Francis Guerette-Charland - F - Victoriaville - 6'01 184
    13. Marc-Andre Cote - F - Bathurst - 6'00 180
    14. Egor Zharkov - F - Cape-Breton - 6'02 200
    15. Marc-Andre Gragnani - D - PEI - 6'01 170
    16. Vladimir Kubus - F - Cape-Breton - 6'00 180
    17. Phillipe Cote - F - Baie-Comeau - 6'01 185
    18. Mathieu Roy - F - Bathurst - 6'00 190
    19. Justin Saulnier - F - Halifax - 5'10 194
    20. Chad Denny - D - Lewiston - 6'02 214
    21. Kenzie Sheppard - F - Halifax - 6'00 202
    22. Francois Bolduc - D - Rimouski - 6'05 229
    23. Pavel Borysenko - F - Bathurst - 6'01 180
    24. Marc-Andre Cliche - F - Lewiston - 6'01 165
    25. Andrew Andricopoulos - D - Quebec - 6'00 177
    26. Oscars Bartulis - D - Moncton - 6'01 180
    27. Tyler Hawes - F - PEI - 6'03 210
    28. Jordan Clendenning - F - Bathurst - 5'11 188
    29. Marc-Andre Doirion - D - Bathurst - 5'11 172
    30. Nicolas Blanchard - F - Chicoutimi - 6'03 176
    31. Guillaume Lepine - D - Chicoutimi - 6'03 208
    32. Mathieu Aubin - F - Lewiston - 6'02 178
    33. Marc-Edouard Vlasic - D - Quebec - 6'00 180
    34. Kristopher Letang - D - Val D'or - 5'11 188
    35. Maxime Lincourt - F - Quebec - 6'01 197
    36. Benjamin Chaisson - D - Shawinigan - 6'04 205
    37. Dean Ouellet - F - Cape-Breton - 5'11 172
    38. Pier-Olivier Pelletier - G - Drummondville - 6'02 180
    39. Billy Bezeau - D - PEI - 6'01 184
    40. Jamie Blom - D - Rimouski - 6'04 225
    41. Guillaume Blouin - G - Val D'or - 5'11 186
    42. Phillipe Poirier - D - Bathurst - 6'06 243
    43. Romy Elayoubi - F - Chicoutimi - 5'11 184
    44. Simon Bolduc - F - Bathurst - 6'05 222
    45. Patrick Bernier - F - Shawinigan - 5'11 200
    46. Dave Bouchard - F - Drummondville - 6'00 196
    47. Jean-Francois Brault - D - Halifax - 6'04 215
    48. Maxim Noreau - D - Victoriaville - 5'11 192
    49. Patrick Simard - D - Baie-Comeau - 6'02 200
    50. Michael Korenko - D - Lewiston - 6'02 180
    51. Julien Brouillette - D - Chicoutimi - 5'11 185
    52. Riku Korpinen - D - PEI - 6'02 175
    53. Charles Tanguay - D - Moncton - 5'11 198
    54. Steven Cacciotti - F - Drummondville - 5'11 195
    55. Francis Pare - F - Shawinigan - 5'09 175
    56. Gaby Roch - F - Gatineau - 5'11 186
    57. Francis Verrault-Paul - F - Chicoutimi - 5'09 170
    58. Jerome Samson - F - Moncton - 5'11 175
    59. Lucas Longpre - D - Rouyn-Noranda - 5'11 168
    60. Maxime Lacroix - F - Quebec - 5'11 180
    61. Travis Coles - D - Chicoutimi - 5'10 170
    62. Alexandre Picard-Hooper - Baie-Comeau - 5'11 170
    63. Brett Morrison - F - Gatineau - 5'09 162
    64. Maxime Pelletier - F - Val D'or - 6'02 174
    65. Wesley Welcher - F - Moncton - 6'00 175
    66. Francois Proteau - G - Cape-Breton - 5'09 164
    67. Francis Charette - F - Rimouski - 5'06 150
     
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    he is 2006 ranked. His birthday is September 22, 1987

    he should be a good one for the draft though in 2006
     
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    I have his birthday as Sept 14th...well ill delete him and edit my post.
     
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    I know people will look and see that i have Vincent ahead of Lavasseur and Mior and be shocked. Well you shouldnt be. Vincent has size and is already his teams #1 goalie, where as the other 2 are battling for crease time.
     
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    I remember the QMJHL draft when a few people told me that Vincent was the best goalie for the draft then he never got drafted in that Q draft. Then the next year he was a mid round pick in the Q draft, bet you a bunch of teams are kicking their scouts now knowing what they passed up.
     
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    Playing for Jonqueire is a curse LOL Their team GAA every year is like above 5.00

    He is a really late bday though. Those guys rarely get picked. Corey Crawford was passed over in 2000 and was picked 14th overall the next year.
     
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    That is like Fleury as well, in his draft year he was a late birthday and though he still went in the 1st round of the draft as a 15 year old, Maxime Daigneault was the 1st pick overall, then P-M Bouchard was 2nd and Fleury was the last pick in the 1st round.
     
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    Zharkov is playing on the 4th line with Ouellet (Favorite Eagle) and Richards. We have a moron for a coach who I wish was fired. If they had something decent on the right side and were given some ice time they would be a scary combo in the future.
     
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    Actually,I was going to suggest Mior's stock might be dropping.
    I haven't seen him yet(this year) as he hasn't started a home game but what I'm hearing
    is he hasn't shown any improvement from last year and really didn't seem ready
    for the start of the season.Boutin has been playing so well it may be hard for
    Mior to get the icetime he needs.If the Rocket trade Boutin at Christmas then
    Mior may be able to get back on track.
     
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    Fleury was the 3rd goalie on his Midget AAA team behind Oliver Michaud and Jonathan Losier and he was forced to play Bantam AA. Hard to believe those 2 guys were head of him.
     
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    Zharkov is playing poorly. Honestly, he cant skate and he is afriad to get hit. if anything i gave him the benefit of the doubt in my rankings because i heard he has an injury.

    The guy is all shot and not much else.
     
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    He wasn't a poor skater vs Moncton in preseason so that injury is probably true....which is a hip injury I think. He does get hit alot but transition to the North American game will take time. Atleast he tries to throw hits. His shot is extremely nice and I think he is pretty smart with the puck. Those are the same type of attributes that Khomutov went into the draft with only with a piss poor season.
     
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    He is probably playing 4th line because of his hip then. I didnt downrate him by much because of the injury, but he cant play 1st line if he can barely skate.
     
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    I dunno, anyone with a shot that good can play 1st or 2nd line. Just give them a good playmaker. Hull seems to do well. I still don't like Vincent.....just erks me.
     
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