BanTSN Posted January 2, 2015 Share Posted January 2, 2015 A lot of the players in this program are now playing in the World Juniors for the US and while being late rounders some of them, look to be fairly effective players going forward. The program has only been around since 2009-10, but take a look at some names: Matt Nieto - SJ Brandon Saad - Chicago John Hayden - Chicago Tyler Motte - Chicago Ryan Hartman - Chicago Adam Clendening - Chicago Stephen Johns - Chicago Anthony Louis - Chicago Hudson Fasching - LA Derek Forbort - LA Nick Shore - LA Stefan Matteau - NJ John Merrill - NJ Reid Boucher - NJ Miles Wood - NJ Dylan Larkin - Detroit Justin Faulk - Carolina Jason Zucker - Minnesota Alex Tuch - Minnesota Jacob Trouba - Winnipeg John Gibson - Anaheim Connor Murphy - Arizona Anthony DeAngelo - Tampa Bay Will Butcher - Colorado Will Collins - Columbus JT Miller - NYR Seth Jones - Nashville Chase De Leo - Winnipeg Henrik Samuelsson - Arizona Jarred Tinordi - Montreal Mike McCarron - Montreal Sonny Milano - Columbus Jake McCabe - Buffalo JT Compher - Buffalo Connor Carrick - Washington Nicolas Kerdiles - Anaheim Bryan Rust - Pittsburgh Jack Eichel - undrafted Auston Matthews - undrafted Noah Hanifin - undrafted Zach Werenski - undrafted And Thatcher Demko - Vancouver I mean, holy crap, it seems like a one-stop shop. And yet teams like Chicago are the only people to know about it? Strange. The Canucks should definitely start taking more of a look at this resource come draft time, because there are some steals to be had, absolutely. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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