2005 Draft CHL stats so far

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  1. Hiishawk

    Hiishawk Registered User

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    Below is a list of 2005 1st time eligible OHL players who have gotten off to a decent start statistically. First are forwards (criteria is .50 ppg avg.). Next, defenseman (3 or more pts) and finally goalies (3+ g, .900 SVP, or under 3.00 GA). Later, I'll do the WHL and QMJHL too.

    Of course, of course stats aren't everything. That's why any more info on some of these guys would be appreciated as I haven't seen most of them yet. Also, if I've missed anyone let me know.
    (P.S. I'm aware of some very good prospects who haven't yet put up big stats, especially defensemen who might not be stats-oriented- but I'm only dealing with stats right now).

    Forwards:
    OHL-
    Howie Martin Brampton 6'0 198 8 2 2 4
    Even Brophy Barrie 6'2 190 7 2 7 9
    Michael Blunden Erie 6'2 205 5 3 2 5
    Ryan O'Marra Erie 6'2 190 5 3 4 7
    Sean O'Connor Erie 5'10 160 5 0 3 3
    Mike Roelofsen Belleville 5'11 180 7 0 4 4
    Matt D'agostini Guelph 6'0 175 9 5 5 10
    Mark Versteeg-Lytwyn Guelph 5'11 190 9 3 5 8
    Tony Rizzi Kingston 6'2 174 5 2 1 3
    Patrick Davis Kitchener 6'2 190 8 2 5 7
    Josh Beaulieu London 6'1 190 6 2 1 3
    Cody Bass Mississauga 5'11 170 5 2 4 6
    Brad Snetsinger Mississauga 6'0 175 3 1 1 2
    Justin Donati Oshawa 5'10 170 8 2 5 7
    Tyler Donati Oshawa 5'10 170 9 5 5 10
    Kevin Baker Owen Sound 5'11 185 9 2 4 6
    Bobby Ryan Owen Sound 6'1 225 9 2 7 9
    Daniel Ryder Peterborough 5'11 185 8 2 6 8
    Dan Collins Plymouth 6'1 195 8 4 4 8
    James Neal Plymouth 6'3 180 8 3 5 8
    Patrick Asselin Saginaw 5'11 182 8 2 2 4
    Benoit Pouliot Sudbury 6'2 180 8 7 6 13
    Travis Elder Toronto SM 6'2 195 8 1 3 4
    Steve Downie Windsor 5'10 190 6 0 5 5
    Cal O'Reilly Windsor 5'10 175 9 4 3 7

    Defensemen-
    Ryan Wilson Toronto SM 6'1 205 8 1 2 3
    Marc Staal Sudbury 6'3 185 8 1 4 5
    Adam McQuaid Sudbury 6'4 190 8 0 3 3
    Kyle Lamb Sudbury 5'11 185 8 2 1 3
    Patrick McNeill Saginaw 5'11 195 8 1 5 6
    Derek Joslin Ottawa 6'1 175 7 2 4 6
    Adam Abraham Mississauga 6'1 180 5 1 2 3

    Goalies-
    Darren Machesney Brampton 6'0 166 5g 2.52 .914
    Matthew Spezza Kingston 6'2 222 4g 2.42 .919
    Kyle Knechtel Windsor 5'10 187 5g 3.41 .905
     
  2. Hiishawk

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    OK. Slightly lower criteria for the very low-scoring (thus far at least) WHL:

    Forwards-
    Kenndal McArdle Moose Jaw 5'11 195 6 2 5 7
    Ian Mackenzie Moose Jaw 6'4 205 3 2 1 3
    Wacey Rabbit Saskatoon 5'9 170 6 5 5 10
    Devon Setoguchi Sakatoon 5'11 180 6 3 2 5
    Riley Merkley Calgary 6'3 175 9 1 3 4
    Colton Yello****n Lethbridge 5'7 175 9 0 4 4
    Darren Helm Medicine Hat 6'0 170 7 1 2 3
    Blair Jones Red Deer 6'0 175 10 2 9 11
    Blair Stengler Swift Current 6'4 200 7 1 2 3
    Gilbert Brule Vancouver 5'10 170 7 4 7 11
    Tim Krauss Vancouver 6'0 185 7 3 3 6
    Yashar Farmanara Seattle 5'10 185 6 1 2 3

    Defensemen-
    Jeff May Prince Albert 6'1 183 8 1 2 3
    Dustin Kohn Calgary 6'1 180 9 2 5 7
    Kris Russell Medicine Hat 5'9 150 7 3 3 6
    Paul Kucerba Red Deer 6'2 175 10 0 4 4
    Myles Rumsey Swift Current 6'1 183 3 1 1 2
    Dan Mercer Moose Jaw 6'3 190 6 1 1 2
    Artem Policarpov Moose Jaw 5'11 200 6 1 1 2
    Dalyn Flatt Saskatoon 6'3 210 6 0 2 2
    Bretton Stamler Seattle 6'1 180 6 0 2 2

    Goalies-
    Carey Price Tri Cities 6'2 175 4g 1.68 .950
    Real Cyr Prince George 5'11 175 4g 2.57 .922
    David Reekie Saskatoon 5'10 170 3g 2.73 .933
    Scott Bowles Calgary 5'11 170 8g 2.58 .888
    Tyler Plante Brandon 6'0 185 2g 2.00 .940
     
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    And now the Q-
    Forwards-
    Mathiue Roy Bathurst 6'0 190 11 3 5 8
    Marc-Andre Cote Bathurst 6'0 190 11 2 3 5
    Jonathan Duchesneau Baie-Comeau 5'8 162 8 3 2 5
    Alexandre Picard-Hooper Baie-Comeau 5'10 170 8 1 3 4
    Dean Ouellet Cape Breton 5'11 172 12 1 5 6
    Marek Zagrapan Chicoutimi 6'1 185 12 6 7 13
    Nicolas Blanchard Chicoutimi 6'3 176 12 3 4 7
    Romy Elayoubi 5'11 185 Chicoutimi 5'11 185 12 4 2 6
    Guillaume Latendresse Drummondville 6'2 222 4 2 2 4
    Cam Fergus Gatineau 6'0 196 10 1 7 8
    Justin Munden Halifax 5'10 190 9 3 2 5
    Marc-Andre Cliche Lewiston 6'1 165 5 1 2 3
    Alex Bourret Lewiston 5'10 214 6 6 5 11
    Mathieu Aubin Lewiston 6'2 178 8 2 3 5
    Yan Ouimet Moncton 5'10 190 6 1 3 4
    Slava Trukhno PEI 6'1 195 6 4 4 8
    Gennady Churilov Quebec 6'1 175 9 1 3 4
    Francis Charette Rimouski 5'6 150 10 4 4 8
    Sidney Crosby Rimouski 5'10 175 7 4 18 22
    Francis Pare Shawinigan 5'9 175 11 4 2 6
    Adam Kasparek Victoriaville 5'10 170 9 1 4 5

    Defensemen-
    Kris Letang Val D'or 5'11 188 11 1 2 3
    Sebastien Bisallon Val D'or 6'0 195 11 3 5 8
    Luc Bourdon Val D'or 6'2 185 11 2 3 5
    Eric Begin Shawinigan 6'1 200 11 3 1 4
    J.P. Paquet Shawinigan 6'2 207 11 0 3 3
    Marc-Edward Vlasic Quebec 6'0 180 9 0 3 3
    Andrew Andricopolous Quebec 6'0 180 9 2 1 3
    Marc-Andre Gragnani PEI 6'1 180 11 1 4 5
    Billy Bezeau PEI 6'1 185 11 1 2 3
    Oscars Bartulis Moncton 6'1 180 9 0 5 5
    Guillaume Lepine Chicoutimi 6'3 208 7 0 3 3
    Mathieu Labrie Bathurst 6'1 197 11 2 3 5

    Goalies-
    Alex Vincent Chicoutimi 6'4 195 9g 2.45 .922
    Peirre-Olivier Pelletier Drummondville 6'2 172 3g 2.54 .904
    Guillaume Blouin Val D'or 5'11 186 4g 2.90 .888
    Jeremy Duchesne Victoriaville 6'0 211 4g 2.53 .925
    Francois Proteau Cape Breton 5'9 165 4g 3.29 .895 (close enough)
     
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    thestonedkoala Everyone! PANIC!

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    Damn you Canadians! STOP NAMING YOUR KIDS ALEXANDRE IF YOUR BLOODY NAME IS PICARD!

    We already have two Alexandre Picards drafted, we don't need a third!

    :lol

    God!
     
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    no, more.. more more more picards !!!!! 17 more
     
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    One million more!
     
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    Crosby's 22pts in 7 games are alright numbers I guess :eek:
     
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    Alex Bourret is a guy that just has to be moving up the charts. His numbers are great, he skates well and is a virtual tank.

    Look for him to push to enter the top 10 of several of the next rankings.
     
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    top 10 I don't know but top 20 for sure IMO, he is one of my favorite players in the draft.
     
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    Go Matthew Spezza!
     
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    How good is Staal? Any chance of being picked in the first round?
     
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    Really nice work. This should be stickied and maybe updated every two weeks, thatd be nice, lol. Alot of work and effort. Nice job again.

    :bow:
     
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    Yep, I'm a huge fan of this Staal, and I can see him going top 10. Lamb will go in the 2nd round most likely and Poluiot, who knows where he'll end up, he came out of no where.
     
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    Bobby Ryan's passing and playmaking game has been brilliant, that's the reaon for the high assists to goals ratio, his on ice vision is amazing.
     
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    He's got a big frame also. A 6'1'' 224 lb. playmaker is quite a force to be reckoned with. Is he a power forward type, or is he just playmaking ox that teams cant control?
     
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    Both. His scoring touch is a little lacking though. He seems to hit the post 5 times a game. Some sick stickhandling moves on him too.
     
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    ONe guy who is making me look really good for calling him out this summer is Goaltender Alexander Vincent. He's been brilliant in the nets....He's going to be a 1st round pick likely with his size and ability. Really just needs to be coached and could be a great goalie...He has outshown Ryan Mior, and J.P. Levasseur so far.

    Carey Price also has been a stud.

    Right now Alex Bourret is a popular pick to jump on the bandwagon but I haven't seen him and I look forward to soon.

    I'm kind of disapointed in Kindl's numbers.

    I also really want to see Latendresse.

    I really like Bobby Ryan but last year his skating was evidently bad.....Has that improved?

    Staal should be a 1st round pick...I have him going in the 1st round because of his raw/natural ability. I don't by that crap that says he can't handle the physical game.
     
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    CharlieGirl Thank you Mr. Snider

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    I wouldn't be too concerned about Kindl. He's playing very, very well and has started to see time on the first PP unit, as well as increased playing time due to injuries. Defensively, he's very good; the offense will come. He's playing for Peter Deboer, who has a tendency to rein in rookie defenders until they show they are ready to chip in offensively without jeopardizing the defensive side of their game.
     
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    Good to hear because it was tough putting him at #3 on my list over a guy like Jack Johnson....I like him alot, so it's great to hear he is playing well, I was just going by stats.

    Why hasn't Lashoff played?
     
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    CharlieGirl Thank you Mr. Snider

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    Lashoff is recovering from a bad case of mono. He's just begun skating with the team this week (no hitting), and isn't expected to play for at least another 3 weeks.
     
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    Another 3 point night for Brule to move into a share of lead for WHL scoring with 14 points.
     
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    Note to board moderators- can I/we 'sticky' this? I think it would be helpful. We already have one for the NCAA so...
    I will update it each Tuesday.

    steblick
     
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    You've got to be kidding me. I've seen Kitchener play 5 times and Kindl has been awful in his end each time. He doesn't know how to throw a body check. He gets rattled from the forecheck most of the time and you can always count on him to overhandle the puck way too much. Not saying he can't learn, but his positioning in trying to neutralize forwards in front of the net is also ineffective.

    Some of this might be attributed to coming over from Europe and playing a different, more physical style. Still, I don't recall Rusty Klesla having these kinds of issues in his own end.

    That said, he is a smooth skater with soft hands. He is very smart bringing the puck up through the neutral zone. He is OK on the point on the PP, but again has a tendancy to overhandle the puck and try to dangle.

    Bottom line: this kid was being touted as a possible #3 overall, and has been massively underwhelming in that context.
     
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    His straight line speed hasn't greatly improved, but he can maintain his speed longer as his fitness is much improved. His acceleration is much better and his turns and backward skating is much improved leading to him playing regularly 4 on 4 and on the PK without being a liability.
     
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    Hey Steblick, not to make you do anything you don't want to, but would it be possible to rank them according to there total points or something? Just if you like.
     
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