Top Goalies for the 2004 Draft

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  1. FlyersFan10*

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    Just wondering if anyone has a list right now of the top rated goalies for the 2004 draft. I'm sure Montoya went to number 1 after his WJHC performance
     
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    I can name a few. I am not sure what is available from OHL and some WHL.

    Marek Schwarz
    Al Montoya
    Kevin Nastiuk

    From the Q:

    Julien Ellis
    Jason Churchill
    Julien Walsh
    Loic Lacasse
    Phillipe Roberge
     
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    2005 will be a better year with Ryan Mior and J Levasseur
     
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    Dave Brown (ECAC)

    I don't know where McKee (ECAC) from Cornell fits but he's got some impressive numbers so far.

    I'd say Schwarz over Montoya but that's just me.
     
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    And Vincent from the Sags
     
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    David Shantz for Missisauga and Justin Peters for St.Mikes are two solid draft eligible goalies from the OHL.
     
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    Vicari....the freshman from Michigan St. who backed up Montoya (And has outplayed him this year) at the WJC.
     
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    I second that. I love his play!
     
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    1-Marek Schwarz G Sparta Praha (Cze)
    2-Devan Dubnyk G Kamloops (WHL)
    3-Alvaro Montoya G Michigan (CCHA)
    4-Julien Ellis G Shawinigan (QMJHL)
    5-David Brown G Notre Dame (CCHA)
    6-Cory Schneider G Phillips-Andover (USHS)
    7-David Shantz G Mississauga (OHL)
    8-Ian Keserich G Cleveland (NAHL)
    9-Justin Peters G Toronto St. Michael's (OHL)
    10-Joe Fallon G Cedar Rapids (USHL)
    11-Martin Houle G Cape Breton (QMJHL)
     
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    I would rate Montoya right under Schwarz, then Dubnyk after.
     
  11. David Brown from Notre Dame is a freshman so I think he's gonna have to opt in or lose his eligibility. He also started off the yr with 3 shutouts but has cooled off since and now Morgan Cey has returned from injury.
     
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    Brown was born before September 15th 1985 so he's automatically eligible.
     
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    Is it just me or has Dubnyk's stock fallen a ton? I have no idea how he's doing but I remember hearind him being a top 10 pick before this season and now he's the third best goalie in the draft?

    Once again, I have no idea how he's been doing, don't know if it's him playing badly or Schwarz/Montoya just playing that much better.
     
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    I forgot him, there will be a lot of great goalies :handclap:
     
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    Is there a chance that austrian goalie Matthias Lange gets drafted this year? He had a decent performance at the WJC despite being peppered with 50-60 shots a game...
     
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    I'd be pretty surprised to see him get drafted. From what I can tell he's the number two goalie on his NAHL team which is not impressive for a 19 year old. For comparisons sake, Ian Keserich is 17 and is the number one goalie on his squad in a much tougher division of the league (although I must admit that I'm unsure if Keserich has the same high stock as he did before the season started).
     
  17. Thanks for the clarification...wasn't sure about what exactly was his DOB.

    BTW, he recorded another shutout last nite against Bowling Green...he now leads the NCAA's in shutouts having posted 4 in 15 GP (technically tied but he's played in the fewest games amongst those tied).
     
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    lange ist still 18, and he is the usual number one goalie of the bulls,
    but he wasn´t able to play for his team during the last month because of the u20 wjc und i think he was ill too ....
     
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    Another kid for 2005 is my sleeper.

    Francois Proteau. Back up in Cape Breton this year. He is a december 86 born.

    Very good goalie.
     
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    As I see, Cape Breton is doing a great job with their goalies : Fleury, Houle and Proteau
     
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    My mistake about his age. I'm not exactly sure how long he's been away but when looking at the stats of the other goaltender on his team it seems he might have been passed over as the number one ( Link to Billings Bulls Stats ). I could be wrong though.
     
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    I get to watch Dubnyk on a regular basis and he is a real good prospect. However, it must be a weak draft for goalies if he ranks #2. Big guy, not real quick.
     
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