Top 20 Point Getters (per game) for Main 2011 Draft Prospects

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  1. ikelechien

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    Now that most of the junior leagues regular seasons are over (USHL is not) I thought it would be fun to see who were the top point producers of the main prospects for the 2011 draft. The results I found kind of surprising.

    The top 20 point producers per game of the main prospects for the 2011 draft (excludes high schoolers) as per what I could find are:

    1. 1.66 - Couturier, Sean C - 6’4 195 L - Drummondville QMJHL - 58-36-60-96-36-(+55)
    2. 1.61 - Strome, Ryan C - 6’1 183 R - Niagara Falls OHL - 66-33-73-106-78-(+26)
    3. 1.57 - Huberdeau, Jonathan C - 6’1 168 L - Saint John QMJHL - 67-43-62-105-88-(+59)
    4. 1.54 - Nugent-Hopkins, Ryan C - 6’0 170 L - Red Deer WHL - 69-31-75-106-51-(+30)
    5. 1.49 - Prince, Shane LW - 5’11 185 L - Ottawa OHL - 59-25-63-88-18-(+43)
    6. 1.42 - Phillips, Zack RW - 6’0 180 R - Saint John QMJHL - 68-38-57-95-16-(+48)
    7. 1.38 - Pribyl, Daniel F - 6’3 190 R - HC Sparta Praha U20 CZE U20 - 39-25-29-54-20
    8. 1.30 - Granlund, Markus C - 5’10 163 L - HIFK U20 FIN U20 - 40-20-32-52-49
    9. 1.27 - Kichton, Brenden D - 5’11 185 R - Spokane WHL - 54-23-58-81-31-(+55)
    10. 1.27 - Grimaldi, Rocco C - 5’6 161 R - US NDP U18 - 49-33-29-62-57
    11. 1.27- Ferlin, Brian RW - 6’2 201 R - Indiana USHL - 48-23-38-61-20-(+26)
    12. 1.26 - Kudrna, Andrej LW - 6’2 200 L - Red Deer WHL - 69-25-53-82-26-(+24)
    13. 1.25 - Murphy, Ryan D - 5’11 176 R - Kitchener OHL - 63-26-53-79-36-(+22)
    14. 1.25 - Puempel, Matthew LW - 6’0 198 L - Peterborough OHL - 55-34-35-69-49-(-33)
    15. 1.25 - Landeskog, Gabriel LW - 6’1 207 L - Kitchener OHL - 53-36-30-66-61-(+27)
    16. 1.18 - Rattie, Ty RW - 6’0 170 R - Portland WHL - 68-28-51-79-55-(+20)
    17. 1.18 - Friberg, Max LW - 5’11 185 R - Skövde SWE Division 1 - 34-13-27-40-6
    18. 1.16 - McNeill, Mark C - 6’2 210 L - Prince Albert WHL - 70-32-49-81-53-(-4)
    19. 1.14 - Andreoff, Andre LW - 6’1 205 L - Oshawa OHL - 66-32-45-77-109-(+34)
    20. 1.14 - Straight, Destry C - 6’1 170 L - Coquitlam BCHL - 59-26-41-67-48
     
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    Comparing people in different leagues doesn't really make sense based on points..
     
  3. leoleo3535

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    Different leagues, different roles.

    Interesting to look at but nothing teams would be using in accessing talent and or draft selections.
     
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    As much as I'm a homer for Friberg (he'll be the first kid ever drafted from what I consider my hockey home town), he does not belong in that collection of players.
     
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    Andy Andreoff is a May 1991, Teams can probably sign him when Oshawa's season is over
     
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    How are the results "kind of surprising"?
     
  7. ikelechien

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    The surprises for me:
    1. In terms of the big 4 (Couturier, Strome, Huburdeau, RNH), the big faller on many lists (not mine) comes out no 1 - Couturier.
    2. Some 2nd rounders on most lists came out right after the big 4 - Prince and Phillips
    3. Some overagers are doing really well and bear a second look - Kichton, Ferlin, Kudrna and Andreoff.
    4. Some Euros are putting up big numbers - Pribyl and Granlund - and need to be put on close watch @ the U18’s.
    5. Two of my favourites really are putting up good numbers - Puempel and McNeill.
     
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    These things are only surprising if you pay too much attention to stats.
     
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    You forgot Bärtschi of the Portland Winterhawks.
     
  10. ikelechien

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    My bad, you are correct:

    9. 1.29 - Baertschi, Sven LW - 5' 10 185 - Portland WHL - 66-34-51-95-74-(+23)
     
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    Pribyl is too old to play at the WU18C's.

    Also, it's a bit misleading to have Friberg on that list since he isn't playing in a junior league.


    SUI, CZE, SVK, RUS, FIN and SWE U20 leagues:
    1. - 1.93 - Dominic Lammer - SUI U20 - 28gp 30g+24a=54p
    2. - 1.85 - Alessio Bertaggia - SUI U20 - 20gp 22g+15a=37p
    3. - 1.54 - Tanner Richard - SUI U20 - 28gp 11g+32a=43p
    4. - 1.42 - William Karlsson - SWE U20 - 38gp 20g+34a=54p
    5. - 1.41 - Nikita Kucherov - RUS U20 - 41gp 27g+31a=58p
    6. - 1.38 - Daniel Přibyl - CZE U20 - 39gp 25g+29a=54p
    7. - 1.34 - Boris Krempaský - SVK U20 - 41gp 26g+29a=55p
    8. - 1.30 - Markus Granlund - FIN U20 - 40gp 20g+32a=52p
    9, - 1.28 - Tomáš Mikúš - SVK U20 - 36gp 21g+25a=46p
    10 - 1.27 - Ville Järveläinen - FIN U20 - 41gp 24g+28a=52p
    11 - 1.24 - Adam Řehák - CZE U20 - 50gp 31g+31a=62p
    12 - 1.21 - Tomáš Rubeš - CZE U20 - 48gp 25g+33a=58p
    13 - 1.21 - Gustav Björklund - SWE U20 - 34gp 20g+21a=41p
    14 - 1.20 - Sami Salminen - FIN U20 - 30gp 15g+21a=36p
     
  12. I forgot how well Granlund was playing in the U20's..

    EDIT: Why did Jesper Kokkonen go to MoDo?

    And is it safe to say that Tomi Wilenius won't get drafted?
     
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    Who would you rather draft a 1.3 PPG guy at 5'10 163 OR a 6'5 203 guy FROM THE SAME TEAM at a 1.2PPG? (Granlund vs. Salminen respectively of the HIFK Jrs)?
     
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    What's the deal with Brenden Kichton? He seems to be lighting it up, and I haven't heard much about him...
     
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    Yeah, no kidding... all his junior stats are very impressive actually.
     
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    Probably because things weren't working out for him in Finland. Going to this season I thought that he was one of the top draft prospects in Finland, but little did I know. It's almost like he regressed from last season, totally lost on the ice, doing wrong things at a wrong time. So many good attributes, but it's all going to waste.

    He's a good player, but at 5'9'' you have to question his pro potential, seems unlikely that he would get drafted.
     

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