CHL Top Prospects Game Skills Testing (CSS Testing Results)

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  1. DanStewart

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    For all of you who wanted it.

    There were a few prospects not participating in the CSS pre-test drills.


    Goalies

    G Linden Rowat
    60’ Dash = 3.231 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.781 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 46.9 mph
    #2 = 48.6 mph / Fastest Skater = 18.591 sec / Puck Control = 22.23 sec

    G Jeremy Smith
    60’ Dash = 3.462 sec / 150’ Dash = 7.097 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 48 mph
    #2 = 46 mph / Fastest Skater = 20.396 sec / Puck Control = 23.683 sec

    Forwards

    C Bryan Cameron
    60’ Dash = 3.050 sec / 150’ Dash = 5.919 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 72.3 mph
    #2 = 76.7 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.302 sec / Puck Control = 17.129 sec

    C Colton Gillies
    60’ Dash = 3.008 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.094 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 88.6 mph
    #2 = 88.9 mph / Fastest Skater = 13.8 sec / Puck Control = 17.531 sec

    LW Maxim Gratchev
    60’ Dash = 3.172 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.141 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 89.1 mph
    #2 = 84.5 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.13 sec / Puck Control = 18.417 sec

    RW Pat Kane
    60’ Dash = 3.085 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.020 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 79.6 mph
    #2 = 79.3 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.116 sec / Puck Control = 16.451 sec

    LW Brett Maclean
    60’ Dash = 3.035 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.206 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 90.8 mph
    #2 = 89.1 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.352 sec / Puck Control = 17.570 sec

    RW Oscar Moller
    60’ Dash = 3.082 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.275 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 88.3 mph
    #2 = 88.7 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.365 sec / Puck Control = 16.925 sec

    LW Nick Spaling
    60’ Dash = 3.078 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.031 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 89.6 mph
    #2 = 90 mph / Fastest Skater = 14.997 sec / Puck Control = 17.098 sec

    C Keven Veilleux
    60’ Dash = 3.230 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.435 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 93.9 mph
    #2 = 92.4 mph / Fastest Skater = 16.160 sec / Puck Control = 18.034 sec

    RW Jakub Voracek
    60’ Dash = 3.183 / 150’ Dash = 6.193 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 90.9 mph
    #2 = 90.9 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.254 sec / Puck Control = 17.337 sec

    C David Skokan
    60’ Dash = 2.968 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.105 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 81.8 mph
    #2 = 80.9 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.395 sec / Puck Control = 17.195 sec

    LW David Perron
    60’ Dash = 3.061 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.121 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 83.1 mph
    #2 = 83.2 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.476 sec / Puck Control = 17.204 sec

    RW Nick Palmieri
    60’ Dash = 3.288 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.424 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 85.1 mph
    #2 = 87.1 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.313 sec / Puck Control = 18.279 sec

    C Logan MacMillan
    60’ Dash = 2.933 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.122 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 92.2 mph
    #2 = 85.2 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.217 sec / Puck Control = 19.309 sec

    RW Stefan Legein
    60’ Dash = 3.097 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.044 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 89.4 mph
    #2 = 89.2 mph / Fastest Skater = 14.791 sec / Puck Control = 17.019 sec

    C Sam Gagne
    60’ Dash = 3.165 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.240 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 85.7 mph
    #2 = 85.4 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.407 sec / Puck Control = 17.608 sec

    C Logan Couture
    60’ Dash = 3.146 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.128 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 89.5 mph
    #2 = 90.5 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.286 sec / Puck Control = 18.194 sec

    LW Ruslan Bashkirov
    60’ Dash = 3.099 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.067 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 83.1 mph
    #2 = 82.2 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.017 sec / Puck Control = 18.721 sec

    Defencemen

    D David Stich
    60’ Dash = 3.129 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.039 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 89.6 mph
    #2 = 90 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.207 sec / Puck Control = 19.145 sec

    D Kevin Marshall
    60’ Dash = 3.016 sec / 150’ Dash = 5.969 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 91.2 mph
    #2 = 87.6 mph / Fastest Skater = 14.977 sec / Puck Control = 18.537 sec

    D Mark Katic
    60’ Dash = 3.483 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.224 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 87.4 mph
    #2 = 87.2 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.108 sec / Puck Control = 16.992 sec

    D Nick Ross
    60’ Dash = 3.143 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.281 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 88.3 mph
    #2 = 81.1 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.655 sec / Puck Control = 17.626 sec

    D Keaton Ellerby
    60’ Dash = 3.207 sec / 150’ Dash = 6.332 sec / Hardest Shot #1 = 91.2 mph
    #2 = 91.5 mph / Fastest Skater = 15.182 sec / Puck Control = 17.248 sec


    Prospects that did not participate:
    G Tyson Sexsmith
    G Trevor Cann
    RW Akim Aliu
    LW Drayson Bowman
    C Zach Hamill
    C Angelo Esposito
    RW Michal Repik
    LW Brett Sonne
    C Brandon Sutter
    D Taylor Ellington
    D John Blum
    D Karl Alzner
    D Eric Doyle
    D Alex Plante
    D Thomas Hickey
     
  2. timlap

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    Thanks Cup. Where did you find this? I was looking for it. Any word as to why so many didn't participate?
     
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    Nice puck control time for Kane.
     
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    The source is CSS.

    Some were sick and others had other circumstances (see below post)
     
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    Bad weather (canceled flights) and missing equipment (arrived only in the afternoon and the skill testing was in the morning) were the reasons for the players flying in from Calgary (and I think Vancouver).
     
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    Colton Gillies with some impressive #'s for a man his size.
     
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    How much are 60' and 150' in feet? and does anyone know what the puck control drill was? Like sometype of figure 8?
     
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    Marshall's numbers are very impressive.

    Kane couldn't get a shot over 80 mph though?
     
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    That's not his thing. He's about as accurate as can be, though. Can thread the needle through the smallest of holes. It's pretty impressive. His stickhandling and puck control are also top notch.
     
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    Well I know he's got the accuracy, but still, he and Cameron were the only two who couldn't crack 80. Maybe he was shooting wristshots?
     
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    That would be a pretty strong wrister... Haha. But yeah, I never expect him to have a super hard shot. Probably top out around 80-85 once he gets into pro shape.
     
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    Are you f-in' kidding me? 60' means 60 feet, numbnuts.
     
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    60' Dash
    C Logan MacMillan -- 2.933
    C David Skokan --2.968
    C Colton Gillies -- 3.008
    D Kevin Marshall -- 3.016
    LW Brett Maclean -- 3.035
    C Bryan Cameron -- 3.050
    LW David Perron -- 3.061
    LW Nick Spaling -- 3.078
    RW Oscar Moller -- 3.082
    RW Pat Kane -- 3.085
    RW Stefan Legein -- 3.097
    LW Ruslan Bashkirov -- 3.099
    D David Stich -- 3.129
    D Nick Ross -- 3.143
    C Logan Couture -- 3.146
    C Sam Gagner -- 3.165
    LW Maxim Gratchev -- 3.172
    RW Jakub Voracek -- 3.183
    D Keaton Ellerby -- 3.207
    C Keven Veilleux -- 3.230
    RW Nick Palmieri -- 3.288
    D Mark Katic -- 3.483

    150' Dash
    C Bryan Cameron -- 5.919
    D Kevin Marshall -- 5.969
    RW Pat Kane -- 6.020
    LW Nick Spaling -- 6.031
    D David Stich -- 6.039
    RW Stefan Legein -- 6.044
    LW Ruslan Bashkirov -- 6.067
    C Colton Gillies -- 6.094
    C David Skokan -- 6.105
    LW David Perron -- 6.121
    C Logan MacMillan -- 6.122
    C Logan Couture -- 6.128
    LW Maxim Gratchev -- 6.141
    RW Jakub Voracek -- 6.193
    LW Brett Maclean -- 6.206
    D Mark Katic -- 6.224
    C Sam Gagner -- 6.240
    RW Oscar Moller -- 6.275
    D Nick Ross -- 6.281
    D Keaton Ellerby -- 6.332
    RW Nick Palmieri -- 6.424
    C Keven Veilleux -- 6.435

    Hardest Shot
    C Keven Veilleux -- 93.9
    C Logan MacMillan -- 92.2
    D Keaton Ellerby -- 91.5
    D Kevin Marshall -- 91.2
    RW Jakub Voracek -- 90.9
    LW Brett Maclean -- 90.8
    C Logan Couture -- 90.5
    LW Nick Spaling -- 90
    D David Stich -- 90
    RW Stefan Legein -- 89.4
    LW Maxim Gratchev -- 89.1
    C Colton Gillies -- 88.9
    RW Oscar Moller -- 88.7
    D Nick Ross -- 88.3
    D Mark Katic -- 87.4
    RW Nick Palmieri -- 87.1
    C Sam Gagner -- 85.7
    LW David Perron -- 83.2
    LW Ruslan Bashkirov -- 83.1
    C David Skokan -- 81.8
    RW Pat Kane -- 79.6
    C Bryan Cameron -- 76.7

    Fastest Skater
    C Colton Gillies -- 13.8
    RW Stefan Legein -- 14.791
    D Kevin Marshall -- 14.977
    LW Nick Spaling -- 14.997
    LW Ruslan Bashkirov -- 15.017
    D Mark Katic -- 15.108
    RW Pat Kane -- 15.116
    LW Maxim Gratchev -- 15.13
    D Keaton Ellerby -- 15.182
    D David Stich -- 15.207
    C Logan MacMillan -- 15.217
    RW Jakub Voracek -- 15.254
    C Logan Couture -- 15.286
    C Bryan Cameron -- 15.302
    RW Nick Palmieri -- 15.313
    LW Brett Maclean -- 15.352
    RW Oscar Moller -- 15.365
    C David Skokan -- 15.395
    C Sam Gagner -- 15.407
    LW David Perron -- 15.476
    D Nick Ross -- 15.655
    C Keven Veilleux -- 16.160

    Puck Control
    RW Pat Kane -- 16.451
    RW Oscar Moller -- 16.925
    D Mark Katic -- 16.992
    RW Stefan Legein -- 17.019
    LW Nick Spaling -- 17.098
    C Bryan Cameron -- 17.129
    C David Skokan -- 17.195
    LW David Perron -- 17.204
    D Keaton Ellerby -- 17.248
    RW Jakub Voracek -- 17.337
    C Colton Gillies -- 17.531
    LW Brett Maclean -- 17.570
    C Sam Gagner -- 17.608
    D Nick Ross -- 17.626
    C Keven Veilleux -- 18.034
    C Logan Couture -- 18.194
    RW Nick Palmieri -- 18.279
    LW Maxim Gratchev -- 18.417
    D Kevin Marshall -- 18.537
    LW Ruslan Bashkirov -- 18.721
    D David Stich -- 19.145
    C Logan MacMillan -- 19.309
     
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    :biglaugh: :biglaugh: :biglaugh:

    funniest thing I've read all day.
     
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    Colton Gillies with 13.8?
    Isn't that sick for a kid that's undrafted?
     
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    Yep, he makes Fata and Koltsov look weak
     
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    Nick Spaling seems to have the best overall success in these skills testings, never really heard about him though, what kind of player is he? He is among the leaders in each category (8th at 60' dash, 4th at 150' dash, 8th hardest shot, 4th fastest skater, 5th in puck-control).
     
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    Gillies has impressive speed at 6'4"... He's not too bad in the puck control either (well, better than Gagner and Couture at least...)

    If this kid falls enough for the draft, he might end up being a steal. What are the biggest flaws in his game?
     
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    Is that he plays a little like Boyd "the void" Devereaux. His offensive skill/sense is lacking, seems to almost panic at times with the puck. Great package for a third line winger as his defensive game, size and speed are all solid. He may be a big jumper on most list depending on how his second half goes.
     
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    The crazy thing is that would've won the NHL All-Star Game fastest skater contest in some years. It's not far off Mike Gartner and Sergei Fedorov level.

    Fastest Skater (Individual Event)

    2004 Scott Niedermayer 13.783 seconds
    2003 Marian Gaborik 13.713 seconds
    2002 Sami Kapanen 14.039 seconds
    2001 Bill Guerin 13.690 seconds
    2000 Sami Kapanen 13.649 seconds
    1999 Peter Bondra 14.640 seconds
    1998 Scott Niedermayer 13.560 seconds
    1997 Peter Bondra 13.610 seconds
    1996 Mike Gartner 13.386 seconds
    1994 Sergei Fedorov 13.525 seconds
    1993 Mike Gartner 13.510 seconds
    1992 Sergei Fedorov 14.363 seconds
     
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    What is the 411 on Kevin Marshall? Not often you see a prospect with the fastest times for a d-man and having one of the hardest shots.
     
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    Sorry I don't know everything about the American metric system and its smybols. You don't have to be such a dick about it.
     
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    he wants to do too much ! which creates some turnovers
     

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