2005 Draft Eligible OHL D-men

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    TCB2004 Registered User

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    Anyone want to give a quick scouting report on any of the following? Styles of play, comparisons to similarly talented players from last year’s draft, projected round in which they’ll be drafted – any info would be appreciated:

    Ryan Parent
    Matt Lashoff
    Marc Staal
    Patrick McNeill
    Adam McQuaid
    Nicholas Tuzzolino
    Matt Pelech
     
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    I've seen Ryan Parent about 5 times and he reminds me of Adam Foote a lot. Just rock solid, you can't have a defenseman better defensively. Clease-clearing defenseman I'd say.
     
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    What about Ryan Wilson, something like 7 goals already this year.
     
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    Ryan Parent has 12 PIM's so far this year. He had 18 PIM's last year.

    Adam Foote is a very tough defenseman. To compare apples to apples, he never had less than 90 PIM's in a single year of junior. His best year was 199 PIM's.

    Parent is one of the best skaters in the OHL, but he is not tough. He is nothing like Adam Foote.
     
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    The two toughest Dmen in the OHL are Phil Oreskovic and Dev Heshmatpour. Both bring a load and are not afraid of dropping their gloves. After these two, the rest of the D rely on skill.
     
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    what about MARC STAAL. can someone give me an intake on this guy. How he plays and his potential?
     
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    So who does he compare to? Keith Carney? Ken Klee? Marcus Ragnarsson? Greg DeVries? Mattias Norstrom? Aaron Ward? :help:
     
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