2004 OHL Prospect stats

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  1. Hiishawk

    Hiishawk Registered User

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    ...And here are the OHL players', who are 2004 draft eligible for the first time, early stats. Again, please comment on any of these players, especially those who haven`t been talked about much (yet). And if there is anyone who SHOULD or shouldn't be on this list, please mentionthat too. wHL will come soon.

    Oshawa- Adam Berti 6’2 190 LW 11 5 2 7
    Kyle Raftis 6`2 190 DF 10 0 2 2
    Ottawa- Bryan Bickell 6`3 210 LW 10 7 3 10
    Peter Tsimikalis 5’11 195 C 10 2 9 11
    Kyle Wharton 6’3 185 DF 10 1 2 3
    Missisauga- David Shantz GK 6’1 190 6gP 2.63 .924
    London- Rob Schremp 5`11 200 C 6 2 6 8
    Ryan Potruff 6’0 200 DF 7 0 2 2
    Dave Bolland 6’0 170 C/RW 8 6 0 6
    Peterborough- Peter Aston 6’1 190 DF 6 2 1 3
    Greg Stewart 6’2 195 LW 7 1 2 3
    Plymouth- Vaclav Meidl 6’5 200 C 9 3 7 10
    Gino Pisellini 6’0 210 RW 9 2 6 8
    Kitchener- Carlo Dirienzo 5’11 165 GK 7GP 2.71 .902
    Evan McGrath 6’0 180 C 9 1 9 10
    Paul McFarland 6’1 195 LW 9 1 5 6
    Kingston- Ryan Stephenson 6`3 225 LW 7 3 0 3
    Guelph- Tyler Haskins 6’1 180 C 9 1 3 4
    Ryan Garlock 6’1 202 C 9 5 5 10
    Brampton- Wojtek Wolski 6’3 200 LW 9 4 6 10
    Sudbury- Brett Connoly 6’2 210 C/RW 7 2 1 3
    Jonathan Daversa 6’1 195 7 0 2 2
    Toronto- Justin Peters 6’1 210 GK 8GP 2.72 .905
    Scott Lehman 6’1 195 DF 10 0 1 1
    Belleville- Kyle Sonnenburg 6’1 180 DF 5 0 2 2
    Cody Thornton 5’10 160 RW 7 2 5 7
    Windsor- Mitch Maunu 6’2 205 DF 11 3 1 4
    Barrie- Georgy Ryazantsev 5’11 200 RW 8 2 3 5
    Sault- Jason Pitton 6’2 195 LW 9 1 2 3
     
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    Goalie Dan LaCosta from Owen Sound looks like he's coming into his own in his draft year after an up and down rookie season, early yet, and he may have trouble getting enough games in as he battles with Gherson (who some consider the best goalie in the OHL) for the number 1 spot.
    On one hand Owen SOund wants to win, on the other they would receive more money the higher LaCosta goes in the draft.
    Either way he'll be #1 next year and a team could get a steal this coming draft.
    Him and Gherson are top 4 in the OHL for goals against and save percentage on what is an average defensive team.
     
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    Also, there are Knechtel of Windsor and Samaris of Belleville. Both are rookie goaltenders and from what I've seen, have been performing very well. They haven't had as much playing time as some of the other 17 year olds, but it's still early in the season.
     
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