2011-2012 USA NTDP Tryout Camp (Camp Finished)

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  1. William H Bonney

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    Breakdown by State:

    Michigan - 11
    Minnesota - 8
    Illinois - 7
    Massachusetts - 5
    California - 3
    Texas - 2
    New York - 2
    North Dakota - 2
    Arizona - 1
    Florida - 1
    Wisconsin - 1
    Connecticut - 1
    North Carolina - 1

    Breakdown by League:

    Midget Minor - 21
    High School - 9
    Prep School - 6
    Midget Major - 4
    USHL - 2
    NAPHL - 2
    EJHL - 1

    Early Commits (Confirmed): Will Butcher, Connor Chatham, J.T. Compher, Hudson Fasching, Steve Santini, Scott Savage, and Brandon Shea.

    "Notable Omissions":

    Max Becker (LA Selects Midget Minor)
    Eric Comrie (LA Selects Midget Minor) - Not sure if he even has American citizenship; WHL lock anyway.
    Anthony DeAngelo (Cedar Rapids Rough Riders USHL) - High end guy already in USHL. Out for season with broken kneecap.
    Adam Erne (Indiana Ice USHL) - High end guy already in USHL.
    Ian McCoshen (Waterloo Blackhawks USHL) - High end guy already in USHL.
    Alex Talcott (Honeybaked Midget Major)
    Brian Williams (LA Selects Midget Minor)
     
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    Can someone give me some information on
    Taylor Cammarata
    Alex Smith
    Connor Hutchins
    Trevor Hamilton
     
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    Chase Deleo is a very good player. Made a big impression on lots of us at winterhawks training camp. Think he is keeping his options open because he did not play in any preseason games, thus maintaining his amateur status.

    From what I remember a smaller, highly skilled player. Similar to hawks first round bantam pick Nic Petan.
     
  6. And thanks a lot OP!

    How do you get all these? Do you have a hockey profession?
     
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  7. William H Bonney

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    You're welcome.

    ...No, I don't. I was made aware of the list by Chris Peters, a former USA Hockey PR guy and now a freelance hockey writer. Very good source for USA Hockey info. Here's his twitter and blog.
     
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    Hudson Fasching was offered but hasn't yet accepted. Goaltender Hunter Miska has been offered and has accepted.
     
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    Is that Sean Burke's son?
     
  10. William H Bonney

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    Thanks for the update. With Hudson's family situation, I'm guessing his decision will come down to the wire. He'll probably be afforded as much time as he wants.

    Do you happen to know Luke Voltin, Jordan Gross, and Hunter Miska's DOB? Trying to fill out the chart.
     
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    Yes. Last I saw was Sean saying he'd probably be heading to the WHL (Portland) next year.
     
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    I can provide the OHL Eligible players DOB if you are having troubles locating them
     
  13. William H Bonney

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    I need whatever is left on the charts (DOBs and which way they shoot).
     
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    Jordan Gross - May 9, shoots right
    Luke Voltin - April 13, shoots left
    I couldn't find Hunter Miska's
     
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    No Alex Talcott, who recently committed to Michigan?
     
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    Michael McCarron - 3/7/95 - Right
    Alex Smith - 1/31/95 - Right
     
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    Nope. I know USHR really liked him at last summer's Select 15 Camp. He could be missing for a variety of reasons. USA Hockey just may not be that high on him. Maybe he can't attend due to an injury or family obligation. USA Hockey may just be wrong not to have him there.

    That said, getting an invite to the NTDP camp isn't the be-all-end-all for making the team. Your odds aren't high if you weren't invited but you'll likely still have a chance to impress the NTDP staff. They still evaluate players during the summer's Select 16 Camp. From that camp, the top players are selected for a select team that plays in a U-17 Five Nations tournament in August.

    There's 3 guys (Olson, Koules, Osterberg) on the current U-17 team that weren't invited to last summer's NTDP camp.

    There's 3 guys (Murphy, Fiala, McCabe) on the current U-18 team that weren't invited to their respective NTDP camp.

    There's 3 guys (Czarnik, Higgins, Faulk) that were on the U-18 team before the current team that weren't at their respective NTDP camp.

    The poster boy for not being invited to the NTDP Camp and then going on to make the team after impressing during the summer's Select 16 Camp and the corresponding U-17 Five Nations Tournament..............Patrick Kane.
     
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    He is. I'd also add that he's pesky and very quick.

    I actually saw the three LA Selects players recently play in the CAHA (California Amateur Hockey Associations) U16 state championship vs. the San Diego Jr. Gulls in Escondido.

    Siroky is a similar type of player to DeLeo, although he brings more grit to his game. Very slick with the puck too.

    But Scott Savage may be the best of the three IMO. Savage has verbally committed to Boston College for I believe for 2013 (maybe 2014). He was by far one of the best players playing in that championship game. I guess if I had to compare Savage's style to a current player, I'd have to go with Brian Dumoulin - except Savage also brings a great physical element to his game. He moves the puck really well, very good skater and has just a bomb of a shot. For a kid his age, he's very strong and likes to play the body. Finishes his checks with some authority and just has great potential, not only at the collegiate level, but possibly at the pro level down the road as well.
     
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    Thanks for posting this, William.

    Glad to see Tyler Motte on the list. I really like his game. Any idea why DeAngelo and Erne were left off? I thought they were two of the premier 95's in the country. Could it be that the USNDP thinks they're CHL bound? Thanks
     
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    Fargo pretty much destroyed their roster to get Keaton Thompson into 10 games for "veteran" status. I honestly hope the kid goes to the NTDP. Would be just another moronic player personnel move by the Fargo staff.
     
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    Anyone know why Brian Williams didt get a Invite I remember him being pretty hype
     
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    LA Selects pumping out bad ass hockey players as always!
     
  23. William H Bonney

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    It's hard to know on DeAngelo or Erne. With DeAngelo it wouldn't matter since he broke his kneecap in February and wouldn't be able to participate anyway. He could have been invited/offered and we just don't know it. While he's in the USHL already, that only really plays a part in the player's decision. USA Hockey brought Nick Ebert, from Waterloo in the USHL, to last year's camp and offered him knowing he was most likely headed to the OHL. I think a lot of people expect DeAngelo to be OHL bound since he's a late '95. Unless he accelerates his schooling to enter BU (where he's committed) early, he'd be spending 4 years in the USHL before his NHL draft. For a high-end prospect like Anthony, that makes zero sense. I'd expect him in the OHL next season, although I could see a slim chance he'd join the NTDP for 2 years and then play one in the OHL a la Pat Kane.

    No idea on Erne. I'd suspect he's happy with Indiana and said "thanks but no thanks" to the invite. He's QMJHL territory so he's a lot less likely to "bolt" to the CHL.
     
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    Sounds like some other players have caught up to him or passed him in overall skill. I've heard rumors that he seems disinterested this season. Not sure if that's even accurate or if he feels like he's above the Midget Minor level. He's a smaller guy too so that doesn't help.

    I expected him to be there but you never know why he's not. He could be headed to the WHL (Tri City) with his teammate Eric Comrie.

    What was your opinion on Max Becker, Brian Williams, and Trevor Moore from that LA Selects squad when you saw them? Thanks for the information as well. Really excited to see what Savage does with the NTDP since he's already committed.
     
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    Thanks for the info on the two.
     

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