Q Prospects '04 (long)

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  1. montreal

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    I had a question on some lesser talked about Q prospects, and where you see them going in the draft. I know it's long, just trying to get some info on these guys. Thanks

    Grabiel Bouthillette- Gatineau
    Guillaume Labrecque- Gatineau
    Nick Fugère- Gatineau
    Olivier Labelle- Gatineau

    Christian Gaudet- Moncton
    Kevin Hamel- Montcon

    Yanick Charron- PEI
    Milan Hruska- PEI

    Jan Steber- Halifax
    Fredrick Cabana- Halifax
    Luciano Lomanno- Halifax
    Frédérick Sonier- Halifax

    Vicent Lambert- Cape Breton
    Philippe Bertrand- CB

    Nicolas Leduc- Bathurst

    Maxime Belagner- Drakkar
    Nicolas Robillard- Drakkar
    Simon Lepage- Drakkar
    Alex Dulac-Lemelin- Drakkar

    Maxime Boisclair- Sags
    Brent Macsween- Sags

    Stéphane Goulet- Remparts

    Alex Vachon- Rimouski

    Ryan Jenner- Victoriaville

    Artem Kozitsyn- Val D Or
    Patrick Bordeleau- Val D Or

    Marek Hascak- Shawinigan

    Kevin Mailhiot- Drummondville

    Eric Tétreault- R N
    Jason Oreskovic- RN
     
  2. LaLaLaprise

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    Grabiel Bouthillette- Gatineau -- 5th-8th round
    Guillaume Labrecque- Gatineau -- Wont be drafted (Went undrafted last year)
    Nick Fugère- Gatineau -- 4th-6th round
    Olivier Labelle- Gatineau -- 8th-9th round/Or not drafted (Went undrafted last year)

    Christian Gaudet- Moncton -- Not Drafted
    Kevin Hamel- Montcon -- Not Drafted

    Yanick Charron- PEI -- Not Drafted
    Milan Hruska- PEI -- 7th-9th round/Or not drafted

    Jan Steber- Halifax -- 5th-7th round
    Fredrick Cabana- Halifax -- 3rd-4th round
    Luciano Lomanno- Halifax -- Not Drafted
    Frédérick Sonier- Halifax -- Not Drafted

    Vicent Lambert- Cape Breton -- Not Drafted
    Philippe Bertrand- CB -- Not Drafted

    Nicolas Leduc- Bathurst -- Not Drafted

    Maxime Belagner- Drakkar -- 6th-8th round
    Nicolas Robillard- Drakkar -- 7th-9th round
    Simon Lepage- Drakkar -- Not Drafted
    Alex Dulac-Lemelin- Drakkar - 8th-9th round

    Maxime Boisclair- Sags -- 7th-9th round/Or Not Drafted (Went undrafted last year)
    Brent Macsween- Sags -- 8th-9th round

    Stéphane Goulet- Remparts -- 8th-9th round

    Alex Vachon- Rimouski -- 6th-8th round

    Ryan Jenner- Victoriaville -- 7th-9th round

    Artem Kozitsyn- Val D Or -- Not Drafted
    Patrick Bordeleau- Val D Or -- 4th-6th round

    Marek Hascak- Shawinigan -- 7th-9th round/Or Not Drafted

    Kevin Mailhiot- Drummondville -- Hard to judge because of concussions

    Eric Tétreault- R N -- Not Drafted
    Jason Oreskovic- RN -- Not Drafted
     
  3. montreal

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    Thanks, that's helpful. Although I am surprised at Cabana over Steber. I would think Steber will go 3rd -5th round, just wondering what you think of Steber. I think next year should be a good one for him.
     
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    Cabana had a great U18 and wore an A and is gritty and defensive minded plus is a great skater. I cant see him dropping to low.

    Steber had bad stats but he played with 2 16 year olds all year and had to cover up for them often.
     
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    Where's the most underrated goaltender of the Q... The Baie-Comeau Drakkar's Loic Lacasse?
     
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    just want to know why you have Loic ahead of martin houle .
    yes he's bigger but i think houle is better than him.
     
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    Cabana seems like a very hard working player, but to me Steber has more skill even though his stats weren't that impressive. I'd be happy if the Habs got either one.
     
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    Cabana is a hard worker. You're right. He's pretty hard nosed too. Not a bad two way guy but won't put up much in terms of points.

    Like La-La-Laprise said, Steber played with a couple of young guys this year and did a lot of picking up behind them. He's a solid two way guy who will have a better chance of putting up good numbers this year.
     
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    Alex Vahcon... 6 to 8th round pick... you're good with him...
     
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    Maxime Boisclair- Sags
    Brent Macsween- Sags

    Boisclair is a good two way player. He was one of the Sags top offensive and defensive forward. He's a special unit player. He's also got a great frame and some strenght. I think he could turn out into a goon in the NHL. A team could use a 6th rounder to draft him.

    I don't think that Macsween will be drafted. I don't know him a lot, since in the games I saw, he wasn't playing much or he was scratched. He's got great size, but lacks talent.
     
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    Houle is in his 2nd year, Lacasse is 1st.

    PLUS 6'03 athletic goalie vs. 5'10 athletic goalie.

    Scouts wont even look at the smaller guy, trust me.
     
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    LOL well he is a goon :)

    Look at last year, Thomas Bellemare 8th round and Jonathan Tremblay 7th :)

    And the year before George Davis 5th rd!!
     
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    Grabiel Bouthillette- Gatineau -- 5th-8th round
    Guillaume Labrecque- Gatineau -- Wont be drafted (Went undrafted last year)
    Nick Fugère- Gatineau -- 4th-6th round
    Olivier Labelle- Gatineau -- 8th-9th round/Or not drafted (Went undrafted last year)


    IMO, Fugere will never amount to anything in the NHL. Labelle and Labrecque have alot of talent (i prefer Labrecque myself).

    Bouthillette is presently a good backup.. who knows what he'll do next year. He's a tall goalie who had great numbers this year.

    It's too bad that teams don't give a shot to a guy like Labrecque. Maybe that'll change after they see him holding the mem cup this year ;)))
     
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    I think Fugere could amount to something to be honest. He's got great size, lots of strength and he can really fly when he gets going. Natural skill- it's kind of absent, but he could put up some points in the QMJHL and eventually grab a fourth line role in the NHL.

    Labelle and Labrecque are two guys I thought would get drafted last year. Labelle is grittier, but Labrecque is more skilled. With Daoust, Talbot and Fournier most likely all gone next year, those two will be putting up major points in Gatineau (along with Pohl obviously). Labrecque actually has very good scoring ability, and I think he'll get an NHL contract eventually, although I don't see him ever going past the AHL level really. Labelle, it depends on whether he can put up some big points next year, but he's certainly not a one-dimensional player, so he has a shot at getting drafted.

    Bouthiellette should get drafted, but Tremblay will start next year too, so not sure if he'll get enough playing time.
     
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    Well, Loic is doing great thing with a poor club. Maybe his stats are not the better, but they always play him against the big club. (He even helped the team to do the playoffs)

    He's also a very good forward, he can dekes out almost everybody and scores. (He likes to play as a forward outside of the real game)

    For his size, he has good quick legs and is a god with his gloves. Too bad that he was not draft by the Rempart
     
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    For those who follow the Q closely...

    Do you think a team will take a chance on Jasmin-Riel?

    Well, first, is he draftable?

    If he is, I'd jump on him with a late round pick if not taken.

    (if you are a Thrashers or a Habs' scout, read this post again)
     
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    Mark Tobin - Rimouski; will be drafted from round 3 to 5
     
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    Bouthiellette should get drafted, but Tremblay will start next year too, so not sure if he'll get enough playing time.

    it depends on what the Piques decide to do and how they both play in the first half. The Piques might decide at Xmas time to trade Tremblay to a contender.
     
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    Jasmin-Riel has retired himself from hockey, it was too bas for us, Rimouski fans, because he was a fan favorite, but maybe he will return next year, but i dont think he will get draft. He Had To Concentrate himself to school. But i think it was more some personal reasons

    I hope that he'll come back next year because imagine the team we'll have + Jasmin-Riel and Bernier (if the rumors are true). :yo:
     
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    I will be very very very happy if the Habs we're to draft Tobin :eek:


    i'll say 4th round
     
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    That's true. For the better part of the first half, I was almost expecting Bouthiellette to force a platoon type of situation whereby he'd get roughly 50% of the playing time, but it didn't work out that way. A lot of it could depend on how the Memorial Cup goes for Tremblay, although I expect the Olympiques to be highly competitive next year even if the big first line and the three stud defencemen will all most likely move on.
     
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    Im betting on this happening:

    Darft, trade Bouthiellette for a 5th round pick, and draft Simon Blais 26th overall.
     
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    In these rumours what are you giving up for Bernier?

    I honestly dont think youd have anything Moncton wants. Or rather, you dont have anything youd give up that Moncton wants.

    In order for Moncton to trade Steve Bernier, they'd need an awful lot.
     
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    We have our 1st round pick in 2003 Francis Charette who got a lot of talent, we was named player of the year in his league this year, also we can give a 1st round pick in 2004 and a d-man like Veilleux.

    Don't forget that the Wildcats are building up for 2006 when they we'll held the Memorial Cup in Moncton. Of course they will want Charette!
     
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    Thanks for the opinion. I know he "retired", that's why I'm wondering. So, is he available in the draft or is there some special rule that takes him out?

    Is it a consensus that he'll go throught without getting drafted?
     
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