2005 Draft WHL stats (Nov. 08th update)

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  1. Hiishawk

    Hiishawk Registered User

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    These are the stats (in order) of the top scoring first-time draft eligible prospects from the WHL for 2005 as of Nov. 08th

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    Gilbert Brule Vancouver 5'10 170 18 8 17 25
    Wacey Rabbit Saskatoon 5'9 170 17 11 13 24
    Colton Yello****n Lethbridge 5'7 175 20 5 16 21
    Kenndal McArdle Moose Jaw 5'11 195 19 7 9 16
    Devon Setoguchi Sakatoon 5'11 180 17 10 6 16
    Blair Jones Red Deer 6'0 175 18 3 13 16
    Nick Drazenovic Prince George 6'0 160 19 6 6 12
    Tim Krauss Vancouver 6'0 185 17 6 5 11
    Kyle Bailey Portland 6'2 182 18 2 9 11
    Chris Durand Seattle 6'2 180 11 5 5 10
    Riley Merkley Calgary 6'3 170 20 6 3 9
    Adam Hobson Spokane 6'0 195 14 1 7 8

    Defensemen-
    Kris Russell Medicine Hat 5'9 150 16 6 7 13
    Dustin Kohn Calgary 6'1 180 20 3 9 12
    Michael Sauer Portland 6'2 200 18 0 8 8
    Ray Macais Kamloops 6'2 180 19 0 7 7
    Paul Kucerba Red Deer 6'2 175 18 0 7 7
    Dan Mercer Moose Jaw 6'3 190 18 2 5 7
    Dalyn Flatt Saskatoon 6'3 210 17 1 5 6
    David Schelmko Medicine Hat 6'1 170 11 0 6 6
    Brendan Mikkelson Portland 6'2 175 17 2 3 5

    Goalies-
    Carey Price Tri Cities 6'2 175 15g 2.73 .915
    Real Cyr Prince George 5'11 175 10g 2.52 .896
    David Reekie Regina 5'10 170 5g 2.87 .922
    Scott Bowles Calgary 5'11 170 16g 2.58 .900
    Tyler Plante Brandon 6'0 185 10g 2.66 .917
    Kristofer Westblom Kelowna 6'2 165 5g 1.57 .924
     
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    David Reekie doesn't play for Saskatoon... I believe he plays for Regina. It's good to see three Blades on that list though. Anyone have any guesses as to where Dalyn Flatt goes in the draft?
     
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    Can anybody tell me a little more about how Michael Sauer is doing?

    I'm also interested in hearing about two other d-men not on this list; Sean Zimmerman of Spokane, and Pierre-Paul Lameoureux of Red Deer.
     
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    Flatt will be a late pick if picked at all
     
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    Can anybody tell me a little more about how Michael Sauer is doing?

    He is playing on the top pairing with Coburn.He plays powerplay and penalty kill.He is tied for the team lead in plus minus with +7.He also lead the team in scoring during the pre-season.He isn't as big and doesn't play as physical as his brothers,but so far it looks like he has better offensive instincts then the other two.

    I'm also interested in hearing about two other d-men not on this list; Sean Zimmerman of Spokane, and Pierre-Paul Lameoureux of Red Deer.

    Zimmerman is one of those guys that you don't really notice .Doesn't play rough, doesn't score a lot of points.He is just a very reliable guy.I haven't seen Lameoureux play yet.
     
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