Here is a look at who i think are the top 10 biggest under achievers outside the top 10. Who where excepted to make some noise this year in the QMJHL. 1. Chad Denny, D (Lewiston MAINEiacs) - CSB seems to like him, but truthfully he is AWFUL... His defensive game is mediocre... skating poor... and not to mention he appears slighty out of shape. 2. Francois Guerette-Charland, RW (Victoriaville Tirges) - Injury trubles have kept him back from appearing on most people top 20 lists. and his offensive slump sence returing is not helping his cause. 3. Romy Elayoubi, RW (Chicoutimi Sagueneens) - wow, what can be said about this guy... simply has not lived up to expectations... appears to have no desire to play... and has been sitting in the stands for quite sometime now in Chicoutimi. 4. Kenzie Sheppard, LW (Halifax Mooseheads) - Was considered to be a scoring, grinder type... but the offensive and toughness have not showed up this season with Kenzie in Halifax... in and out of the lineup his stock has taking a big dip. 5. Justin Saulnier, C (Halifax Mooseheads) - Much like Kenzie Sheppard... Though the physical game has been there this season... but his offensive output and 3rd-4th duty's are keeping him back. 6. Vladimir Kubus, C (Cape Breton Screaming Eagles) - Has just had a slow time adjusting to the North American game... the skill that was excepted is just not showing... and being overlooked in 2004 its likely he'll once again gain no attention from the NHL in 2005. 7. Michael Korenko, D (Lewiston MAINEiacs) - Plays to soft to be considered a defensive prospect... has good size... but needs to pick up alot of the loose ends of his game to gain attention from NHL scouts. 8. Alexandre Picard-Hopper, LW (Baie-Comeau Drakkar) - There is no doubt he has offensive skills... but is skating is well below being eye popping for a smaller guy... he'll need a rocket booster in his feet by draft day. 9. Francis Bolduc, D (Rimouski Oceanic) - Big... is about all its takes to describe Francis... as his defensive awearness is at the bottom of the bin along with most the aspects of the game it takes to be a solid defender at the next level. 10. Jean-Francois Brault, D (Halifax Mooseheads) - A big physical defencemen... seemed to have alot of promise coming into the season.. but a preseason leg injury will keep him out of the lineup untill late January and most likely keep him off the draft charts.