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2011-12 Prospect Thread

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What's the deal on mauro jorg? Does he have a future here?

I don't think so. He was a 7th round pick IIRC and there's not a whole lot of those that make it to the NHL and I haven't heard anything about him that tells me that he'll be the one in a million that does make it.

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Friday 9/30

OHL:

Plymouth defeated Ottawa 3-2

Wedgewood (G): 27 Saves on 29 Shots, 2 PIM (Delay of Game)

Sarnia lost to Brampton 4-3 (Shoot Out)

Boucher (LW): Goal, -1 - You can view his first goal here (beginning of highlight video)

WHL:

Swift Current defeated Brandon 5-4 (Shoot Out)

Scarlett (D): E, 4 PIM (Hooking, Cross Checking) - On for 2 goals for and 2 goals against

Swiss-A:

HC Lugano defeated EHC Biel 4-0

Mauro Jörg (RW): +1, 1 SOG

Note: NCAA begins Saturday.

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could we get one of the Swedes on the board to keep an eye on Collberg and Aberg over in the swedish league? They are ranked #20 and #27 respectively on the early draft rankings (which is in the rank bracket we end up in this year) and they are both very talened RW swedes that I think the Devils, with their habit of taking Swedes lately, might be looking at next summer.

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could we get one of the Swedes on the board to keep an eye on Collberg and Aberg over in the swedish league? They are ranked #20 and #27 respectively on the early draft rankings (which is in the rank bracket we end up in this year) and they are both very talened RW swedes that I think the Devils, with their habit of taking Swedes lately, might be looking at next summer.

Sebastian Collberg has not impressed me yet.

He has only played one game in the swedish league so far.

He has made four points in six games in Frolunda's junior team.

So I can not say much about Sebastian atm.

But he has been very good in the swedish national team (U18) , 7 points in 5 games.

Pontus Aberg has played really good so far.

He has done 5 points (4 goals) on 7 games.

Pontus has been one of the better players so far in Elitserien.

I am sure that he will play WJC-20 later this winter.

Edited by Jompii

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Saturday 10/1

NCAA Exhibitions:

Michigan lost to Ontario Tech 3-2

Merrill (D): Suspended - 1 of 12 (exhibitions count towards team suspension)

Wohlberg ©: -2, 2 PIM (High Sticking), 2 Shots, Won 4 out of 9 faceoffs

Ohio State defeated Windsor 6-5

Gedig (D): E, 2 Blocked Shots

Colgate tied Carleton 3-3

McPherson (D): E, 1 Shot

North Dakota defeated Regina 8-1

Rodwell (RW): Goal, Assist, +1, 5 Shots

Michigan Tech defeated Lakehead 5-3

Pietila (LW): Goal, E, 2 PIM (Slashing), 3 Shots

OHL:

Plymouth lost to London 6-3

Wedgewood (G): 20 Saves on 25 Shots - 3 PPG allowed, 1 SH

Sarnia defeated Sudbury 7-2

Boucher (LW): -1

WHL:

Swift Current lost to Moose Jaw 7-4

Scarlett (D): Assist (PP), -3, 2 PIM (Tripping)

Swiss-A:

HC Lugano lost to Geneve 5-4 (Shoot Out)

Mauro Jörg (RW): -2

Edited by thefiestygoat

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Sebastian Collberg has not impressed me yet.

He has only played one game in the swedish league so far.

He has made four points in six games in Frolunda's junior team.

So I can not say much about Sebastian atm.

But he has been very good in the swedish national team (U18) , 7 points in 5 games.

Pontus Aberg has played really good so far.

He has done 5 points (4 goals) on 7 games.

Pontus has been one of the better players so far in Elitserien.

I am sure that he will play WJC-20 later this winter.

thanks for the updates!

those look like some really nice numbers for SEL which is traditionally tough place to get points as young guys destined for north america.

would you be able to update us on those two every once in while?

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Sunday 10/2

NCAA Exhibitions:

Minnesota defeated British Columbia 3-0

Seth Helgeson (D): E

Miami defeated Windsor 4-1

Coleman ©: Assist (PP), +2, 4 PIM (Roughing Twice), 13 Shots (Miami had a toal of 51), Won 10 out of 19 faceoffs

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thanks for the updates!

those look like some really nice numbers for SEL which is traditionally tough place to get points as young guys destined for north america.

would you be able to update us on those two every once in while?

sure :)

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Sunday 10/2

NCAA Exhibitions:

Minnesota defeated British Columbia 3-0

Seth Helgeson (D): E

Miami defeated Windsor 4-1

Coleman ©: Assist (PP), +2, 4 PIM (Roughing Twice), 13 Shots (Miami had a toal of 51), Won 10 out of 19 faceoffs

WOW, that is an incredible number of shots and percentage of the teams shots in general but, seriously? how do you have that many shots and only get one point out of it?! Good to see he is around the offense though and that he appears to be a large part of the offense on a very good miami of ohio team

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Monday 10/3

NCAA Exhibition:

Michigan defeated USNTDP U-18 3-1

Merrill (D): Suspended (2 of 12)

Wohlberg ©: E, 3 Shots, Won 11 of 17 faceoffs

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Tuesday 10/4

NCAA:

Michigan defeated Niagara 5-0

Merrill (D): Suspended (3 of 12)

Wohlberg (F): E, 2 Shots, Won 3 out of 8 faceoffs

Swiss-A:

HC Lugano defeated Lakers 5-3

Mauro Jörg (RW): Assist, -1, 1 Shot

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Thursday 10/6

OHL:

Plymouth lost to Peterborough 3-0

Wedgewood (G): 13 Saves on 16 Shots - Pulled after 1st

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Friday 10/7

NCAA:

Michigan defeated Bentley 5-1

Merrill (D): Suspended (4 of 12)

Wohlberg ©: Goal (PP), Assist, +1, 4 Shots, Won 10 of 14 faceoffs - 1st Star

Minnesota defeated Sacred Heart 9-0

Helgeson (D): +1, 2 PIM (Elbowing), 3 Shots

Wisconsin lost to Northern Michigan 3-2 in Overtime

Faust (D): Goal, E, 2 PIM (Holding of the Stick), 1 Shot

Daly (D): E, 1 Shot

Ohio State defeated Quinnipiac 2-1

Gedig (D): E

Colgate defeated Robert Morris 3-1

McPherson (D): +2, 1 Shot

North Dakota defeated Air Force 4-3

Rodwell (LW): E, 1 Blocked Shot

Miami lost to Bemidji State 5-3

Coleman ©: E, 2 Shots, Won 10 of 17 faceoffs

Michigan Tech defeated American International 4-3

Pietila (LW): 2 Goals (both PP), Assist (PP), -1, 4 Shots, Won 3 of 5 faceoffs

OHL:

Plymouth defeated Kingston 3-1

Wedgewood (G): Did Not Play

Sarnia defeated Oshawa 5-2

Boucher (LW): Goal (PP), +1 - 2nd Star

Swiss-A:

HC Lugano lost to EV Zug 4-3

Mauro Jörg (RW): -1, 2 PIM (Hooking), 1 Shot

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Saturday 10/8

NCAA:

Michigan defeated Bentley 4-1

Merrill (D): Suspended (5 of 12)

Wohlberg (LW): E, 5 Shots, 1 Blocked Shot, Won 3 of 7 faceoffs

Minnesota defeated Sacred Heart 6-0

Helgeson (D): +3, 2 PIM (Roughing), 1 Shot

Wisconsin defeated Northern Michigan 3-2

Faust (D): +1, 1 Shot

Daly (D): Did Not Play

Ohio State lost to Quinnipiac 4-3

Gedig (D): E, 2 Blocked Shots

Colgate defeated Nebraska-Omaha 4-3

McPherson (D): +2

North Dakota lost to Boston College 6-2

Rodwell (RW): -1, 2 PIM (Hooking), 1 Shot

Miami defeated Bemidji State 3-2

Coleman ©: Assist (PP), E, 2 PIM (Roughing), 3 Shots, 1 Blocked Shot, Won 12 of 19 faceoffs

Michigan Tech defeated American International 3-1

Pietila (LW): E, 5 Shots, Won 3 of 4 faceoffs

OHL:

Sarnia defeated Kitchener 4-3

Boucher (LW): 3 Goals (2 PP), E - 1st Star

WHL:

Swift Current defeated Lethbridge 6-3

Scarlett (D): Assist, +1

Swiss-A:

HC Lugano lost to EV Zug 3-2

Mauro Jörg (RW): E, 2 Shots

Boucher is off to a great start of his junior career, 5 goals in 5 games. You can see his hat trick from tonight in the video below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uiR6cI5GnU

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Sunday 10/9

OHL:

Plymouth lost to Ottawa 4-1

Wedgewood (G): Did Not Play

WHL:

Swift Current lost to Edmonton 4-1

Scarlett (D): -1

NCAA note: Colgate won the Mutual of Omaha Stampede title. Tri-captain, defenseman Corbin McPherson was named tournament MVP.

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Sunday 10/9

OHL:

Plymouth lost to Ottawa 4-1

Wedgewood (G): Did Not Play

WHL:

Swift Current lost to Edmonton 4-1

Scarlett (D): -1

NCAA note: Colgate won the Mutual of Omaha Stampede title. Tri-captain, defenseman Corbin McPherson was named tournament MVP.

Thats always nice to see.

He was billed as a late bloomer when he was drafted, lets hope he continues to progress and he can find a servicable role somewhere within the organisation.

There must still be a market for large puck moving defensmen.

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Wednesday 10/12

WHL:

Swift Current defeated Prince George 5-4

Scarlett (D): Assist (PP), +1

Swiss-A:

HC Lugano defeated Ambri-Piotta 5-4 in a Shootout

Mauro Jörg (RW): -3, 2 Shots

Merrill Update:

Sophomore defenseman Jon Merrill is eligible to return to practice this week after he was suspended for a violation of team rules Sept. 24. However, it doesn't sound like he will rejoin the team anytime soon.

"There is a point in the policy where he's allowed anytime after the first two weeks and right now we're debating that," said Berenson.

A 2010 second-round selection of the New Jersey Devils, Merrill was an all-conference second-team selection in 2011 after contributing seven goals and 18 assists with a plus/minus of plus-11.

As his suspension drags on, his potential as a flight risk escalates, but Berenson will not bow to that pressure just to reinstate him.

"I don't worry about it but it's part of the situation," he said. "Any time a kid is suspended or hurt or even benched, he can quit or if he's good enough he can leave and play junior hockey or sign a pro contract.

"Is that a possibility? Yeah. Do I think it will happen? No. But Jon is in a situation he has to get out of.

"We're talking about doing what's best for the kid and what's best for the program. Sometimes they go hand-in-hand and sometimes they don't."

Edited by thefiestygoat

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I don't know much about the situation with Merrill but I respect Berenson.

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I don't know much about the situation with Merrill but I respect Berenson.

Same here, I've read some great things about him.

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Thursday 10/13

NCAA:

Michigan defeated St. Lawrence 10-3

Merrill (D): Suspended (6 of 12)

Wohlberg (F): Goal, 3 Assists, +4, 4 Shots, 1 Block, Won 3 of 5 faceoffs - 2nd Star

OHL:

Plymouth lost to Windsor 4-3 in Overtime

Wedgewood (G): 25 Saves on 29 Shots

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Friday 10/14

NCAA:

Minnesota defeated Minnesota-Duluth 5-4 in Overtime

Helgeson (D): -2, 4 PIM (Roughing, Cross-Checking), 1 Shot

Wisconsin lost to Michigan Tech 2-1 in Overtime

Faust (D): E

Daly (D): Did Not Play

Pietila (LW): +1, 6 Shots

Ohio State lost to Notre Dame 5-2

Gedig (D): Assist, E, 2 PIM (Boarding), 6 Blocks

Colgate lost to Miami 4-3

McPherson (D): E

Coleman ©: E, 4 PIM (Roughing, Holding), 1 Shot

North Dakota defeated Maine 3-1

Rodwell (RW): E, 1 Shot

OHL:

Plymouth defeated Niagara 6-3

Wedgewood (G): Did Not Play

Sarnia defeated Saginaw 7-2

Boucher (LW): 3 Goals (all EV), 2 Assists (1 PP, 1 EV), +4 - 1st Star

Season Stats: 7 GP 8 G 2 A 10 Pts 0 PIM +3

WHL:

Swift Current lost to Moose Jaw 3-2

Scarlett (D): Assist (PP), E, 2 PIM (Tripping)

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Jeez, didn't Boucher just get a hat trick a couple games ago? This guy has got me excited. Hopefully he grows a bit more.

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Jeez, didn't Boucher just get a hat trick a couple games ago? This guy has got me excited. Hopefully he grows a bit more.

Correct, this is already his second hat trick. He's been playing with top 2012 prospect, Nail Yakupov for the most part but has scored without him on the line. So far it seems his draft report was right about his natural offensive game. I'd be interested in hearing what scouts had to say about his defense as the season goes along. His +/- will probably be skewed based on the fact he's playing on a great Sarnia team.

EDIT: Highlight video from last night.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4BmqLwkvtbs

Edited by thefiestygoat

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