2005 Draftees

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  1. rtafts

    rtafts Registered User

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    Can anyone give me information on the following players:

    Nicklas Bergfors
    Dan Bertram
    Teemu Laakso
    Jean-Philippe Levasseur
    Bobby Ryan
    Daniel Ryder
    Vitaly Anikeenko
    Christoph Gawlik
    Dan Bertram
    Buravchikov (can't remember his first name)
    Chris Durand
    Anze Kopitar
    Risto Korhonen
    J-P Paquet
    Wacey Rabbit


    Thanks.
     
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    boby ryan has amazing hands and a goal scorers touch
     
  3. rtafts

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    Ok thanks. Anymore?
     
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    Anyone? I need any information anyone can give me, even if it's just a small sentence, I still want it. Thanks.
     
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    There's a thread in this forum called "Bobby Ryan: An Interesting Life" where there is an article about his horrible life as a young child, and the posters and I also discuss his skills and NHL chances.

    Bobby Ryan: An Interesting Life
     
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    well, christoph gawlik is germany's outstanding junior player like in Canada Sidney Crosby. Currently he's fast growing cound finally reach 6-1. Amazing stickhandler, an above average skater, very good scoring touch and a leader. Played amazing with a poor german team in canada this year. His club, the manheim eagels of DEL expect him to be a regular next season. Top-scorer in the DLN( german junior hockey league) with 10 games less than the second ranked player.

    top 5 potential
     
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    Thanks guys. :)
     
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    God, I really hope for Germany's sake that you are not hyping this kid too much!

    I really get my hopes up!
     
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    Dan Bertram - Offensive player, smallish, going NCAA.
    Jean-Philippe Levasseur - Decent size, extremely quick butterfly goalie.
    Bobby Ryan - Good size and all around offensive player
    Daniel Ryder - Smaller than his older brother and plays a more finesse game.
    Vitaly Anikeenko - I believe he is a big russian dman
    Christoph Gawlik - German kid, heard he stole the show at the U17
    Chris Durand - Offensive player, plays for Seattle (WHL) i believe.
    J-P Paquet - Big two way dman, a lot of upside.
     
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    Thanks tons man.
     
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    Wacey Rabbit-Tiny, (5'8'' 145) but shift and not easy to check. Great hands as well.
     
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    Daniel Bertram is a highly-skilled, fast, flashy offensive player, whose downside is size/frame and an unwillingness to really fight through checks, etc, (at this point anyways).
     
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    For Gawlik fans....

    Christoph is playiing for team germany at the 2004 IIHF World U18 Championship Div I B in Asiago, ITALY.

    www.iihf.com/hydra/tournaments/output/W18IB/
     
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    I konw most b/c i saw them in the u-17's
    Levasseur- Will be First Goalie to be drafted in 05
    Ryder- Smaller with more skill than his brother (20-40 in 05 Draft)
    Anikeenko- Top Defensman in 05 Class...Top 5 Pick
    Gawlik- WIll be a Top 15...was fun to watch
    Durand- Was Western Top Player..10-20 in 05 Draft
    Paquet- Great Defenseman....Top 15 IMO
     
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    Thanks guys, keep 'em coming. :)
     
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    Wacey is bigger than that----more like 5'10, 165 lbs.
     
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    Right..and Martin St.Louis is 5'11'' 190
     
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    Have you ever stood next to Rabbit? I'm 5'11" and he was no more than 1 inch shorter than me.

    That's like me saying that Gilbert Brule is 5'7".
    Want proof? I'm pretty sure that Brian Rafalski is 6'2".
     
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    Hey folks. I posted this on the other 2005 thread, but thought I'd ask here too. Anyone know about this Churilov guy who (I believe) plays for Metallurg II in Russia? I know he's an '87 born kid, is about 6'1" 176, and has about 80 pts in 30 games in the junior Metallurg ranks. I don't have any first hand knowledge, however. :help: Seems like a whole lot of offense for Russian leagues. There are a few good looking "prospects" on that team just looking at the numbers...
     
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