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Sam Reinhart

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Born Nov 6 1995 -- Vancouver, BC

Height 6.01 -- Weight 177 -- Shoots R

--- Regular Season --- ---- Playoffs ----

Season Team Lge GP G A Pts PIM GP G A Pts PIM

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2010-11 Kootenay Ice WHL 4 2 0 2 0 7 0 0 0 0

2011-12 Kootenay Ice WHL 67 28 34 62 2 4 1 1 2 0

2012-13 Kootenay Ice WHL 45 22 25 47 10

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http://www.calgaryhe...7379/story.html

http://ca.sports.yah...orhockey,wp9046 - This article is from a while ago

http://www.theprovin...l#axzz2CY0oKZWy

I searched for it but i couldn't find anything on Sam Reinhart. This kid is unreal, i had a couple chances to see him play in Cranbrook, sadly he didn't score in the games I attended, but the way he looked on the ice was that of a pro. He was smart with the puck, made really good plays, and for someone who just turned 17 years old (November 6) he has shown great leadership qualities.

Sam won the Rookie of the year award in the WHL in the 2011-2012 season having 62 points (28-34-62) in 67 games showing his offensive skills as a 15-16 year old. Sam started out slowly only having 6 points in 16 games, but in the month of November of 2011 he put up 4 goals 16 assists for 20 points in 11 games, and his season had a steady production of points, putting up 5 points (2-3-5) in 7 games in the month of December, 16 more points (10-6-16) in 11 games in January, 11 (6-5-11) points in February in 14 games, and in 8 games in March he put up 4 more points (2-2-4). Sam had two points (1-1-2) in four games before the Ice were elimiated from the playoffs. He finished second in scoring on the Ice roster last year behind his brother Max Reinhart. Sam finished behind three other rookies in scoring in the year, but he was also a year or two younger than the rest of them acquiring the Rookie of the year award.

Sam now in the 2012-2013 season is wearing an "A", PPG on to say the least a lackluster Kootenay Ice squad, who have been struggling to string together a few wins.

Sam showed great skill at the Subway Super Series WHL Vs Russia when he scored in the shootout to solidify the win for the WHL squad 1-0. Sam was one of three players that shared a '95 birth year, the other two being Curtis Lazar and Eric Comrie (who are both draft eligible in the 2013 draft.)

Sam has to wait until the 2014 draft year before he is eligible, he is a highly coveted player, who is one of the players who will potentially go 1st overall in the 2014 draft.

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This kid and Aaron Ekblad will be competing for first overall pick in 2014. He is unreal. But so is Ekblad

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Canada has some sick mofos coming. MacKinnon, Drouin, Monahan, Reinhart, Ekblad, McDavid, Barzal, Noel.

Some of these guys coming up right now are special, special hockey players. Canada's future in hockey is looking better than ever.

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I'm excited to see how he develops in the games I have seen of him he looked great. I've played against Matthew Barzal before and it wasn't very fun trying to stop him and I look forward to seeing how he translates into higher levels.

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Them Reinharts got some good genes.

I figure Sam will go top 5, with Ekblad going #1.

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Canada has some sick mofos coming. MacKinnon, Drouin, Monahan, Reinhart, Ekblad, McDavid, Barzal, Noel. Some of these guys coming up right now are special, special hockey players. Canada's future in hockey is looking better than ever.

I'm looking forward to what all of these players can bring to the table.

Them Reinharts got some good genes. I figure Sam will go top 5, with Ekblad going #1.

I definitely could see Ekblad going number 1, but saying that I could also see Sam going 1st.

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Any relation to the Griffin Reinhart?

Brothers.

Max, Griffin, and Sam. Father Paul played for the Canucks back in the day.

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This kid is gonna be sick. Can't wait to see him in the NHL

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Kootenay Ice had a game VS the Seattle Thunderbirds where they were promptly beat down 7-4 Sam didn't have any points on the 4 goals the Ice scored but he was -2. To say the least it was a bad night for Sam.

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There are some very good players for 2014 coming out of the Dub.

Jake Virtanen, Matt Revel, Chase Lang... these guys are all going to be interesting to watch next year.

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There are some very good players for 2014 coming out of the Dub.

Jake Virtanen, Matt Revel, Chase Lang... these guys are all going to be interesting to watch next year.

im glad somebody finally mentioned Virtanen in this thread. There is already a thread on him but there is no way you can have a 2014 prospects discussion and leave him out. The kid is unreal!

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Sam had an assist tonight VS the Winterhawks in a 4-2 loss to the Ice.

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The Ice lost again tonight with Sam going -1 with no points.

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Sam had one goal two assists vs The Oil Kings (November 28th) in a 5-4 SO win.

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Ice lost to the Oil Kings 2-0 tonight (November 30th) Sam went -1. Not a very good night for him and the team.

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Here are the first Official Draft Rankings for 2014.

1st Installment 2014 NHL DRAFT SEASON RANKINGS – 11/30/12:

1. Aaron Ekblad – D – 2/7/96 OHL – 26 GP, 4 G, 14 A, 18 PTS, 29 PIM, +8

2. Sam Reinhart – C – 11/6/95 WHL – 23 GP, 8 G, 13 A, 21 PTS, 6 PIM, -3

3. William Nylander – F – 5/1/96 SuperElit SWE – 21 GP, 10 G, 22 A, 32 PTS, 10 PIM, +14

4. Roland McKeown – D – 1/20/96 OHL – 25 GP, 3 G, 12 A, 15 PTS, 8 PIM, -10

5. Leon Draisaitl – LW – 10/27/95 WHL – 21 GP, 3 G, 13 A, 16 PTS, 10 PIM, +9

6. Jakub Vrana – F – 2/28/96 SuperElit SWE – 11 GP, 10 G, 8 A, 18 PTS, 29 PIM, +6

7. Nick Ritchie – F – 12/5/95 OHL – 11 GP, 6 G, 3 A, 9 PTS, 28 PIM, -9

8. Josh Ho-Sang – RW – 1/22/96 OHL – 25 GP, 5 G, 14 A, 19 PTS, 10 PIM, -1

9. Sam Bennett – LW – 6/20/96 OHL – 25 GP, 7 G, 10 A, 17 PTS, 36 PIM, +2

10. Michael Dal Colle – C – 6/20/95 OHL – 28 GP, 8 G, 13 A, 21 PTS, 8 PIM, +18

11. Spencer Watson – LW – 4/25/96 OHL – 24 GP, 9 G, 13 A, 22 PTS, 6 PIM, +5

12. Chase De Leo – C – 10/25/95 WHL – 25 GP, 9 G, 12 A, 21 PTS, 12 PIM, +9

13. Blake Clarke – LW – 1/24/96 OHL – 27 GP, 6 G, 15 A, 21 PTS, 10 PIM, -7

14. Brayden Point – C – 3/12/96 WHL – 26 GP, 6 G, 11 A, 17 PTS, 8 PIM, -14

15. Jake Virtanen – RW – 11/6/95 WHL – 22 GP, 5 G, 1 A, 6 PTS, 24 PIM, +3

16. Ivan Barbashev – LW – 12/14/95 QMJHL – 26 GP, 6 G, 14 A, 20 PTS, 24 PIM, 0

17. Jared McCann – C – 5/31/96 OHL – 26 GP, 11 G, 6 A, 17 PTS, 14 PIM

18. Patrik Koys – RW – 10/24/95 QMJHL – 13 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 PTS, 2 PIM, -11

19. Nikolay Goldobin – RW – 10/7/95 OHL – 26 GP, 10 G, 13 A, 23 PTS, 7 PIM, +1

20. Daniel Audette – C – 5/6/96 QMJHL – 22 GP, 3 G, 4 A, 7 PTS, 34 PIM, -26

21. Anthony DeAngelo – D – 10/24/95 OHL – 23 GP, 3 G, 11 A, 14 PTS, 14 PIM, -12

22. David Pastrnak – RW – 5/25/96 SuperElit SWE – 15 GP, 7 G, 9 A, 16 PTS, 20 PIM, +9

23. Robby Fabbri – C – 1/22/96 OHL – 26 GP, 5 G, 12 A, 17 PTS, 30 PIM, +2

24. Sonny Milano – F – 5/12/96 USA NTDP U17 – 18 GP, 8 G, 7 A, 15 PTS, 2 PIM

25. Tyson Baillie – C – 11/16/95 WHL – 21 GP, 6 G, 5 A, 11 PTS, 0 PIM, -6

26. Haydn Fleury – D – 7/8/96 WHL – 28 GP, 2 G, 7 A, 9 PTS, 6 PIM, +2

27. Jack Glover – D – 5/17/96 USA NTDP U17 – 17 GP, 2 G, 9 A, 11 PTS, 2 PIM

28. Brycen Martin – D – 5/9/96 WHL – 28 GP, 0 G, 9 A, 9 PTS, 12 PIM, -3

29. Kevin Labanc – C – 12/6/95 USA NTDP U18 – 22 GP, 5 G, 7 A, 12 PTS, 12 PIM

30. Anton Karlsson – F – 8/3/96 SuperElit SWE – 5 GP, 3 G, 2 A, 5 PTS, 0 PIM, +5

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Here are the first Official Draft Rankings for 2014.

1st Installment 2014 NHL DRAFT SEASON RANKINGS – 11/30/12:

1. Aaron Ekblad – D – 2/7/96 OHL – 26 GP, 4 G, 14 A, 18 PTS, 29 PIM, +8

2. Sam Reinhart – C – 11/6/95 WHL – 23 GP, 8 G, 13 A, 21 PTS, 6 PIM, -3

3. William Nylander – F – 5/1/96 SuperElit SWE – 21 GP, 10 G, 22 A, 32 PTS, 10 PIM, +14

4. Roland McKeown – D – 1/20/96 OHL – 25 GP, 3 G, 12 A, 15 PTS, 8 PIM, -10

5. Leon Draisaitl – LW – 10/27/95 WHL – 21 GP, 3 G, 13 A, 16 PTS, 10 PIM, +9

6. Jakub Vrana – F – 2/28/96 SuperElit SWE – 11 GP, 10 G, 8 A, 18 PTS, 29 PIM, +6

7. Nick Ritchie – F – 12/5/95 OHL – 11 GP, 6 G, 3 A, 9 PTS, 28 PIM, -9

8. Josh Ho-Sang – RW – 1/22/96 OHL – 25 GP, 5 G, 14 A, 19 PTS, 10 PIM, -1

9. Sam Bennett – LW – 6/20/96 OHL – 25 GP, 7 G, 10 A, 17 PTS, 36 PIM, +2

10. Michael Dal Colle – C – 6/20/95 OHL – 28 GP, 8 G, 13 A, 21 PTS, 8 PIM, +18

11. Spencer Watson – LW – 4/25/96 OHL – 24 GP, 9 G, 13 A, 22 PTS, 6 PIM, +5

12. Chase De Leo – C – 10/25/95 WHL – 25 GP, 9 G, 12 A, 21 PTS, 12 PIM, +9

13. Blake Clarke – LW – 1/24/96 OHL – 27 GP, 6 G, 15 A, 21 PTS, 10 PIM, -7

14. Brayden Point – C – 3/12/96 WHL – 26 GP, 6 G, 11 A, 17 PTS, 8 PIM, -14

15. Jake Virtanen – RW – 11/6/95 WHL – 22 GP, 5 G, 1 A, 6 PTS, 24 PIM, +3

16. Ivan Barbashev – LW – 12/14/95 QMJHL – 26 GP, 6 G, 14 A, 20 PTS, 24 PIM, 0

17. Jared McCann – C – 5/31/96 OHL – 26 GP, 11 G, 6 A, 17 PTS, 14 PIM

18. Patrik Koys – RW – 10/24/95 QMJHL – 13 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 PTS, 2 PIM, -11

19. Nikolay Goldobin – RW – 10/7/95 OHL – 26 GP, 10 G, 13 A, 23 PTS, 7 PIM, +1

20. Daniel Audette – C – 5/6/96 QMJHL – 22 GP, 3 G, 4 A, 7 PTS, 34 PIM, -26

21. Anthony DeAngelo – D – 10/24/95 OHL – 23 GP, 3 G, 11 A, 14 PTS, 14 PIM, -12

22. David Pastrnak – RW – 5/25/96 SuperElit SWE – 15 GP, 7 G, 9 A, 16 PTS, 20 PIM, +9

23. Robby Fabbri – C – 1/22/96 OHL – 26 GP, 5 G, 12 A, 17 PTS, 30 PIM, +2

24. Sonny Milano – F – 5/12/96 USA NTDP U17 – 18 GP, 8 G, 7 A, 15 PTS, 2 PIM

25. Tyson Baillie – C – 11/16/95 WHL – 21 GP, 6 G, 5 A, 11 PTS, 0 PIM, -6

26. Haydn Fleury – D – 7/8/96 WHL – 28 GP, 2 G, 7 A, 9 PTS, 6 PIM, +2

27. Jack Glover – D – 5/17/96 USA NTDP U17 – 17 GP, 2 G, 9 A, 11 PTS, 2 PIM

28. Brycen Martin – D – 5/9/96 WHL – 28 GP, 0 G, 9 A, 9 PTS, 12 PIM, -3

29. Kevin Labanc – C – 12/6/95 USA NTDP U18 – 22 GP, 5 G, 7 A, 12 PTS, 12 PIM

30. Anton Karlsson – F – 8/3/96 SuperElit SWE – 5 GP, 3 G, 2 A, 5 PTS, 0 PIM, +5

Hmm. I think the 2014 draft will be a tad weaker than the 2013 draft, but we'll see. A bunch of things can happen in a year and a half.

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I don't know much about a lot of the players on the list besides Sam and Ekblad. But like Steven Stamkos' Mullet said a lot could change in a year and a half.

The Ice were downed tonight (december 2nd) by the Calgary Hitmen 4-1, Sam had one assist and was even on the night.

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