2005 Draft QMJHL Stats update (Nov. 08th)

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  1. Hiishawk

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    Here are the latest (Nov. 08th) stats (in order) for the top scoring 2005 first-time draft eligible prospects from the Q.

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    Sidney Crosby Rimouski 5'10 175 19 14 29 43
    Marek Zagrapan Chicoutimi 6'1 185 22 9 21 30
    Alex Bourret Lewiston 5'10 214 18 9 21 30
    Mathieu Aubin Lewiston 6'2 178 21 8 16 24
    Slava Trukhno PEI 6'1 195 18 8 11 19
    Alexandre Picard-Hooper Baie-Comeau 5'10 170 19 9 11 20
    Mathiue Roy Bathurst 6'0 190 22 10 8 18
    Guillaume Latendresse Drummondville 6'2 222 16 5 9 14
    Francis Charette Rimouski 5'6 150 21 7 7 14
    Marc-Andre Cote Bathurst 6'0 190 22 4 9 13
    Gennady Churilov Quebec 6'1 175 22 1 12 13
    Francis Pare Shawinigan 5'9 175 23 5 6 11
    Dean Ouelet Cape Breton 5'11 170 21 2 9 11
    Jonathan Duchesneau Baie-Comeau 5'8 162 15 3 7 10
    Joakim Jensen Baie-Comeau 17 3 6 9
    Cam Fergus Gatineau 6'0 196 11 1 7 8
    Francois Guerette-Charland Victoriaville 6'1 195 5 3 2 5
    Marc-Andre Cliche Lewiston 6'1 165 8 3 2 5

    Defensemen-

    Sebastien Bisallon Val D'or 6'0 195 20 3 10 13
    Marc-Edward Vlasic Quebec 6'0 180 22 2 9 11
    Oscars Bartulis Moncton 6'1 180 20 2 8 10
    Luc Bourdon Val D'or 6'2 185 21 5 4 9
    Eric Begin Shawinigan 6'1 200 23 3 6 9
    Kris Letang Val D'or 5'11 188 21 2 7 9
    Marc-Andre Gragnani PEI 6'1 180 23 2 7 9
    Mathieu Labrie Bathurst 6'1 197 21 2 6 8
    Marc-Andre Dorion Bathurst 5'11 175 22 1 6 7
    Lucas Longpre Rouyn 5'11 170 13 2 5 7
    J. P. Paquet Shawinigan 6'3 205 23 0 6 6
    Julien Brouliette Chicoutimi 5'11 185 20 3 3 6
    Guillaume Lepine Chicoutimi 6'3 208 9 0 4 4

    Goalies-
    Alex Vincent Chicoutimi 6'4 195 15g 2.83 .913
    Pier-Olivier Pelletier Drummondville 6'2 172 8g 2.80 .903
    Jeremy Duchesne Victoriaville 6'0 211 10g 3.62 .892
    J. P. Levasseur Rouyn 6'1 190 13g 3.46 .894
    Ryan Mior P.E.I. 6'1 180 9g 4.07 .901
     
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  2. Hiishawk

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    Any comments on these players (particularly those less well-known) would be welcome.
     
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    steblick or anyone else that has seen him, can you tell me more about Francis Charette from Rimouski. Obviously he's small but what round is he projected to be picked and who are his linemates with the Oceanic?

    Thanks
     
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    He was playing 3rd line when Dufrsne was the head coach, with J-S Coté and Eric Neilson and was also playing on the PP (2nd unit). Now that Labonté is the coach, he is playing 1st line with M-A Pouliot and Dany Roussin.

    I dont think he will be drafted because he is 5'6, he got awesome skill and will be the leader in Rimouski as soon as next year with Pat Coulombe.

    Maybe one team could try hi... but i think he will be signed as an UFA at 20 instead of being draft
     
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    i think you should include Francois Bolduc in that list since he has been impressive so far this year
     
  6. Hiishawk

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    Well it's just a stats list- not a prospect rating. bolduc has 0-5-5 stats so far. One more point soon and he'll be on the list.
     
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    Bolduc will be a top 40 pick.

    6'05 235 and isnt a bad skater.
     
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    Lepine got 4 points in d-man so your arguments doesnt work
     
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    He seems to be underrated since everybody says that Rimouski defense is bad
     
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    Lepine's PPG ratio is 3X better than that of Bolduc (4p in 9g vs. 4p in 24g) so it's much more significant statistically. Guerette-Charland is on the list for the same reason (plus Pyatt in the OHL).

    Bolduc certainly looks like a high pick though, I agree.
     
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    Charette won't ever get drafted, unless he puts up some big ass points a la Gamache next year. We're talking 160-190 pts here.
     
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    Is this another alexandre Picarde coming in? It must be... how many of these friggin guys can their be?!
     
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    Your defense isnt bad. Your defensive system is. Labonte is fixing that though :)
     
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    Picard-HOOPER LOL

    There is a huge difference.

    And th defensmen Alexandre Picard, goes by Alex now lol
     
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