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2 minutes ago, Intoewsables said:

Every single one of our CAP guys has 1st line potential according to the scouts, so I'm just going to provide a blurb about each player as well as their comparables.

Brad Marchand pls

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Mark Jankowski for Rezi Modos, and just like Jankowski: 10 years from the draft he will be known as the top player of that draft class. 

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Holy &^@#. Pirmin Walker is absolutely FILTHY

 

Rookie WHL Season:

- WHL Scoring Leader

- Most Sportsmanlike Player

- WHL Champion

- Star Player Award (wtf is this)

- Playoff MVP

- Rookie of the Year

- Player of the Year

 

35G 57A 92P in 65GP with an 8.25 AvR.

Then he added 18G 31A 49P in 23 playoff games with an 8.74 AvR. JESUS CHRIST the kid is absolutely clutch.

 

And now ranked 2nd in his draft class....absolutely incredible

 

@Intoewsables how did we do in the Memorial Cup?

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2 hours ago, UMB said:

Holy &^@#. Pirmin Walker is absolutely FILTHY

 

Rookie WHL Season:

- WHL Scoring Leader

- Most Sportsmanlike Player

- WHL Champion

- Star Player Award (wtf is this)

- Playoff MVP

- Rookie of the Year

- Player of the Year

 

35G 57A 92P in 65GP with an 8.25 AvR.

Then he added 18G 31A 49P in 23 playoff games with an 8.74 AvR. JESUS CHRIST the kid is absolutely clutch.

 

And now ranked 2nd in his draft class....absolutely incredible

 

@Intoewsables how did we do in the Memorial Cup?

I think I've simmed too far to check now, but I can definitely tell you that your team lost in the Memorial Cup haha.

 

Star Player Award goes to the player who received the most 3 stars nominations throughout the season.

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10 hours ago, Qwags said:

I noticed Ross only played 20 games in his rookie year.

 

Was he injured?

20 hours ago, Intoewsables said:

It seems like a few of us in major junior struggled to get into the lineup full-time this season. Not sure if it's because most of us are atrocious defensively, our teams could only dress a certain number of 16 year olds and wanted to alternate them, or if it was some sort of bug.

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16 minutes ago, Intoewsables said:

2010 NHL Entry Draft: Scouting Reports

 

Spoilt Bratt, LW/RW – Saskatoon Blades, WHL

Huge winger with endless offensive talent. Very ambitious and determined player who leaves it all on the ice. Intimidating mix of speed and strength that is hard for opponents to handle. Pure goal scorer with a terrific wristshot. Needs to improve his defense.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Alexander Semin

NHL readiness: Could probably step into the NHL next season in a top-9 role but another year in the WHL wouldn’t hurt either.

 

Barney “Forest” Hudson, LW – Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL

Undersized winger with incredible offensive talent. Possesses elite speed and is surprisingly strong on his skates for a smaller player. A magician in creating plays who finds the open ice consistently. Superb passer with a dangerous shot. Needs to improve his defense.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Kristian Huselius

NHL readiness: Could probably step into the NHL next season in a top-9 role but another year in the WHL wouldn’t hurt either.

 

Pirmin Walker, LW/RW – Kootenay Ice, WHL

Small winger who plays an incredibly mature game. An outstanding physical specimen with electric speed. Always knows what’s going to happen before it happens and sees plays others can only dream of. Has a terrific wristshot and excellent puck handling skills. Needs to improve his slapshot.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Patrik Elias

NHL readiness: Ready to step into a top-9 role in the NHL, possibly even a top-6 role.

 

Crabby Siren, C/LW – Saint John Sea Dogs, QMJHL

Winger who looks to score at every opportunity. Very determined player who gives his all every shift. Phenomenal skater with good physical strength. Top class playmaker and a natural scorer with superb vision and puck handling skills. Needs to improve his defense.

Comparable(s): Eric Staal

NHL readiness: Would benefit from another year in junior but could get a look in the NHL next season.

 

Jovan Camper, RD/LD – Prince Albert Raiders, WHL

Huge defenseman who rarely has a bad game. Strong two-way talent and a player with high character. Possesses jaw-dropping speed and a high level of physical strength. Intelligent player displaying top hockey smarts with the puck. No clear weaknesses but no standout skills either.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Kim Johnsson

NHL readiness: Would benefit from another year in junior but could get a look in the NHL next season.

 

 

Vanya Barbindamousse, LW/RW – Kamloops Blazers, WHL

Massive winger who plays a very offensive minded game. Excellent skater with speed to burn and finds the net with unerring regularity. A talented sniper with a knack for controlling the puck. Needs to improve his physical strength, defense, decision making, passing, and slapshot.

Comparable(s): No good comparables available.

NHL readiness: Could either walk in to a top-6 role and produce immediately, or need years of seasoning to round out his game. Impossible to say at the moment.

 

Andrei Suppressnikov, LW/RW – Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL

Huge winger who possesses elite speed. A top drawer playmaker who reads the play very well. Positions himself effectively in front of the net. Talented passer who can keep the puck under control in nearly any situation. Needs to improve his defensive positioning.

Comparable(s): Dany Heatley, a more talented version of Thomas Vanek

NHL readiness: Would benefit from another year in junior but could get a look in the NHL next season.

 

Cole Samson, RD – Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL

Huge defenseman who plays a steady defensive game. Aggressive and determined competitor who rarely takes a night off. Strong character with a high level of fitness. Plays hard and checks harder. Needs to improve his stickhandling and shot.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Jason Smith

NHL readiness: Could probably step into a bottom-pairing role next season but another year in the WHL wouldn’t hurt either.

 

Clarke Desrosiers, C – Spokane Chiefs, WHL

Huge center who looks to score at every opportunity. His skating is nothing short of phenomenal. A natural scorer and top-class playmaker who makes smart decisions with the puck. League leader in faceoffs. Needs to improve his defense.

Comparable(s): Eric Staal, a more talented version of Jeff Carter

NHL readiness: Would benefit from another year in junior but could get a look in the NHL next season.

 

Boe Jiden, C/LW – Peterborough Petes, OHL

Consistent center with pure offensive instincts who thrives in big games. Hard-working player and an excellent skater with speed to burn. Has outstanding hockey sense and effectively reads the play. Good at faceoffs and finding open ice. Needs to improve his physical strength and defense.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Andy McDonald

NHL readiness: Likely needs another year or two of junior before he’s NHL ready.

 

S:t Cyr Backman, G – EC Red Bulls Salzburg, Aut

Big goaltender who plays a butterfly style. Determined competitor with a strong work ethic. Possesses excellent agility and balance. Extremely quick glove hand and very good with his blocker. Strong positional goaltender who can make acrobatic saves. Needs to improve his stickhandling.

Comparable(s): Cam Ward, Marc-Andre Fleury

NHL readiness: Could possibly step in as an NHL backup as soon as next season, but is likely better off developing for another year or two.

 

Tomas Travnik, RD – HC Davos, NLA

Big defenseman who plays a very offensive minded game. Strong work ethic and stamina. Excellent skater with speed to burn. Extremely solid in checking his man while effectively anticipating plays. Confident in possessing the puck and consistently shows good passing skills. Needs to improve his shot and may have difficulty adapting to life in North America.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Brian Campbell

NHL readiness: Would benefit from another year of two of development but could get a look in the NHL next season.

 

Salim Kane, C/LW – Erie Otters, OHL

Huge center who looks to score at every opportunity. Very ambitious player who brings his A-game every night and always excels under pressure. Phenomenal skater who shows good physical strength. League leader in faceoffs with good passing skills. Needs to improve his stickhandling.

Comparable(s): Eric Staal

NHL readiness: Likely needs another year or two of junior before he’s NHL ready.

 

Bob Ross, RW – Chilliwack Bruins, WHL

Massive winger who plays a very offensive minded game. Has excellent focus and concentration. Excellent skater with speed to burn. Finds the net with unerring regularity and can shoot with alarmingly consistent accuracy. Needs to improve his defense, decision making, passing, and stickhandling.

Comparable(s): No good comparables available.

NHL readiness: Needs another couple of years to round out his game, but the elite shot will make him an interesting PP option at the very least.

 

Braydyn Baker, RW – Owen Sound Attack, OHL

Winger with endless offensive talent. Very ambitious and determined player who gives his heart and soul out on the ice. Intimidates opponents with electric speed. A pure goalscorer who sees plays others can only dream of. Superb at finding open ice and has excellent puck-handling skills. Needs to improve his defense and passing.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Milan Hejduk

NHL readiness: Would benefit from another year in junior but could get a look in the NHL next season.

 

Santino Fallowfield, LW/RW – Medicine Hat Tigers, WHL

Big winger who has endless offensive talent. Very competitive player who leaves everything on the ice and thrives under pressure. Outstanding physical specimen who intimidates opponents with electric speed. Pure goalscorer with an outstanding wristshot. Needs to improve his physical strength, defense, offensive positioning, passing, stickhandling, and slapshot.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Alexander Semin

NHL readiness: Needs another couple of years to round out his game, but the elite shot will make him an interesting PP option at the very least.

 

Robert Stano, RW – Erie Otters, OHL

Huge winger who plays a dynamic offensive game. Rarely takes a night off and produces when the heat is on. Has jaw-dropping skating speed and a high level of physical strength. Instinctively knows where the net is and is good at finding open ice. Deadly accurate shooter. Needs to improve his defense and stickhandling.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Alexei Ponikarovsky

NHL readiness: Needs another couple of years to round out his game, but the elite shot will make him an interesting PP option at the very least.

 

Xavier Benoit-Beauchamp, RW/LW – Helsingin Jokerit, SM-Liiga

Small winger with pure offensive instincts. A strong-willed competitive and consistent player who works tirelessly. Excellent skater with speed to burn. A natural scorer with great hockey smarts who has the ability to make spectacular plays. Has a big slapshot and laser wrister. Needs to improve his defense.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Marek Svatos

NHL readiness: Needs another year or two of development to round out his game before he’s NHL ready.

 

Joachim Ohman Silwerfeldt, RW/LW – Linkopings HC, SEL

Huge winger who plays a dynamic offensive game. Determined competitor who rarely takes a night off and produces when the heat is on. Incredibly high level of fitness combined with jaw-dropping skating speed and scary physical strength. Possesses a dangerous wristshot. Needs to be more willing to go to the dirty areas.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Marian Gaborik

NHL readiness: Would benefit from another year or two of development but could get a look in the NHL as early as next season.

 

Leo Dos Santos, LW/RW – Tri-City Americans, WHL

Winger with pure offensive instincts. An excellent skater with speed to burn. Has outstanding hockey sense and effectively reads the play. A creative playmaker who has a knack for pulling unexpected moves. Excellent puck handler who is capable of impressive puck control. Needs to improve his physical strength and defense.

Comparable(s): A more talented version of Mikhail Grabovsky

NHL readiness: Needs another year or two of development to round out his game before he’s NHL ready.

 

Rezi Modos, C/RW – North York Rangers, OPJHL

Huge center who looks to score at every opportunity. Strong-willed competitive player who brings his A-game every night and excels under pressure. Phenomenal skater and a natural scorer who is very dangerous in the offensive zone. Passes with unerring accuracy. Needs to improve his defense.

Comparable(s): Eric Staal

NHL readiness: Would greatly benefit from making the jump to either major junior or the AHL to play against better competition. Maybe a year or two away from being NHL ready.

 

Pakiam Brandon Ali II, LW/RW – Rocky Mountain Rage, CHL

Big winger with pure offensive instincts. A tough, aggressive competitor who works hard every night. Good skater with speed to burn. Very aggressive, punishing player with impressive physical strength. Very good checker who often forces turnovers. Has a good wristshot. Needs to improve his passing and stickhandling.

Comparable(s): Rick Nash

NHL readiness: Could step into a bottom-six role next season but would be better off spending a year or two in college first.

 

Frank Ketchup, G – Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL

Big goaltender who flops around but maintains control. Displays amazing agility and can challenge shooters with excellent balance. Lightning fast glove hand and a solid blocker. Very good with his angles and handles rebounds very well. Needs to improve his puck-handling skills.

Comparable(s): More talented versions of Corey Crawford and Ray Emery

NHL readiness: Needs to finish up his junior career at the very least, and may need another year or two in the AHL before he’s ready to push for an NHL job. The upside is there but he’s still quite raw.

 

Stanislav Gorbatenko, C – Vancouver Northeast Chiefs, BCMML

Center who is purely an attacking player. Very competitive player who never takes a shift off and can log high minutes. Possesses elite speed and reads the play very well. A magician with the puck who will wait for the right pass. Good at face-offs and a superb passer with a good wristshot. Needs to improve his physical strength and defense.

Comparable(s): Eric Staal, a more talented version of Mike Ribeiro

NHL readiness: Would greatly benefit from making the jump to either major junior or the AHL to play against better competition. At least a couple of years away from making the NHL.

Methinks Eric Stall been seeing ladies all over the world. Rezi would like to get a paternity test. 

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