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2011-12 Prospect Thread

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Friday 11/4

NCAA:

Michigan lost to Western Michigan 3-2

Jon Merrill (D): Suspended (11 of 12)

David Wohlberg (F): -1, 2 Shots, Won 4 of 6 faceoffs

Minnesota defeated North Dakota 2-0

Seth Helgeson (D): E, 2 PIM (Holding)

Derek Rodwell (RW): E, 2 Shots

Wisconsin St. lost to Cloud State 7-2

Joe Faust (D): Assist, E, 2 PIM (Tripping), 2 Shots

Patrick Daly (D): DNP

Ohio State defeated Alabama-Huntsville 4-0

Curtis Gedig (D): Assist (PP), +1, 4 Shots

Colgate defeated Brown 5-3

Corbin McPherson (D): -1, 2 PIM (Interference)

Miami defeated Alaska 2-1

Blake Coleman ©: DNP - not sure if it was an injury or not

Michigan Tech defeated Minnesota State 1-0

Blake Pietila (F): E, 3 Shots, Won 8 of 10 faceoffs

OHL:

Plymouth defeated Barrie 4-1

Scott Wedgewood (G): DNP, will probably only get the middle game of this weekends 3 - Call me a paranoid fan but I'm a little nervous about his playing time now that Matt Mahalak is Carolina Hurricanes property. Peter Karmanos owns both the Plymouth Whalers and the Hurricanes. It'd be a shame for Wedgewood to have to take a back seat after everything he did for them last year.

Sarnia defeated Windsor 6-2

Reid Boucher (LW): Assist, +1

Swiss-A:

HC Lugano lost to EHC Biel 3-0

Mauro Jörg (RW): E, 1 Shot

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Saturday 11/5

NCAA:

Michigan defeated Western Michigan 5-2

Jon Merrill (D): Suspended (12 of 12)

David Wohlberg (F): E, Won 1 of 2 faceoffs

Minnesota defeated North Dakota 3-2

Seth Helgeson (D): E

Derek Rodwell (RW): -1, 2 Shots, 1 Block

Wisconsin St. tied Cloud State 3-3

Joe Faust (D): -1

Patrick Daly (D): -1

Ohio State defeated Alabama-Huntsville 2-0

Curtis Gedig (D): +1

Colgate lost to Yale 2-0

Corbin McPherson (D): E, 1 Shot

Miami defeated Alaska 2-1

Blake Coleman ©: -1, 2 PIM (Roughing), 1 Shot, 1 Block, Won 4 of 9 faceoffs

Michigan Tech lost to Minnesota State 6-3

Blake Pietila (F): Goal, E, 2 PIM (Cross-Checking), 7 Shots, Won 13 of 21 faceoffs

OHL:

Plymouth lost to Windsor 3-2 in a Shoot Out

Scott Wedgewood (G): 32 Saves on 34 Shots, Stopped 1 of 3 Shots in the SO

Sarnia lost to Guelph 6-5 in Overtime

Reid Boucher (LW): -4

WHL:

Swift Current defeated Prince Albert 3-2

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

Swiss-A:

HC Lugano defeated Geneve 4-3

Mauro Jörg (RW): -1, 1 Shot

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Sunday 11/6

OHL:

Plymouth defeated Saginaw 2-0

Scott Wedgewood (G): 35 Save Shutout, Assist - First Star

Season: 12 GP 5-4-2-1 3.23 GAA .902 SV% 1 SO 37 GA 339 SV 688 Min 2 A

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again fiesty, updates are very much appreciated. in reading them it seems helgeson takes a few "roughing /(boarding" call etc. seems he plays a pretty physical game. jorg isn't doing anyhting in the swiss league, I think he's probablty a bust.

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Tuesday 11/8

WHL:

Swift Current lost to Calgary 4-3 in a Shoot Out

Reece Scarlett (D): 2 Assists (1 PP), +1

EDIT: Updated with video from last night where you can see his assist. Around 1:18 he makes a nice play to keep the puck in the zone and set up the goal.

Edited by thefiestygoat

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Wednesday 11/9

WHL:

Swift Current lost to Saskatoon 7-5

Reece Scarlett (D): Assist (PP), -3 - 4 game point streak (Goal, 5 Assists)

Season: 19 GP 4 G 17 A 21 Pts -11 23 PIM

In regards to his +/- keep in mind he is playing huge minutes on a horrible team and gets a lot of his points on the PP. Seems like a solid value pick so far (6th round). He's already nearly matched last years point production (72 GP 6 G 18 A 24 Pts) in just 19 games.

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Wednesday 11/9

WHL:

Swift Current lost to Saskatoon 7-5

Reece Scarlett (D): Assist (PP), -3 - 4 game point streak (Goal, 5 Assists)

Season: 19 GP 4 G 17 A 21 Pts -11 23 PIM

In regards to his +/- keep in mind he is playing huge minutes on a horrible team and gets a lot of his points on the PP. Seems like a solid value pick so far (6th round). He's already nearly matched last years point production (72 GP 6 G 18 A 24 Pts) in just 19 games.

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Friday 11/11

NCAA:

Michigan lost to Miami 2-1

Jon Merrill (D): DNP (Suspension Completed Last Week)

David Wohlberg (F): E, 1 Shot, Won 3 of 5 Faceoffs

Blake Coleman (F): E, Lost 1 Faceoff

Minnesota lost to Wisconsin 3-1

Seth Helgeson (D): -2, 2 PIM (High Sticking)

Joe Faust (D): E, 1 Shot

Patrick Daly (D): E, 1 Shot

Ohio State defeated Northern Michigan 4-1

Curtis Gedig (D): -1, 2 Shots, 4 Blocks

Colgate defeated Dartmouth 4-0

Corbin McPherson (D): E, 1 Shot

OHL:

Plymouth defeated Guelph 8-4

Scott Wedgewood (G): 26 Saves on 30 Shots, Stopped 1 Penalty Shot

Sarnia lost to Owen Sound 5-2

Reid Boucher (LW): -2

WHL:

Swift Current lost to Brandon 4-1

Reece Scarlett (D): -3, 2 PIM (Roughing)

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Saturday 11/12

NCAA:

Michigan tied Miami 3-3 (Lost the SO)

Jon Merrill (D): DNP (Suspension Completed Last Week)

David Wohlberg (F): E, 1 Shot, 1 Block, Won 2 out of 8 faceoffs

Blake Coleman (F): E, 3 Shots, 4 PIM (Roughing x2)

Minnesota defeated Wisconsin 4-1

Seth Helgeson (D): Goal, +2, 1 Shot

Joe Faust (D): -1, 2 PIM (Hooking)

Patrick Daly (D): E

Ohio State defeated Northern Michigan 4-1

Curtis Gedig (D): Goal (PP), Assist, +1, 4 Shots, 3 Blocks - 1st Star

Colgate lost to Harvard 4-2

Corbin McPherson (D): E

OHL:

Plymouth defeated Sault Ste. Marie 8-0

Scott Wedgewood (G): 30 Save Shut Out

WHL:

Swift Current defeated Moose Jaw 3-2

Reece Scarlett (D): E, 7 PIM (Cross-Checking, Fighting) - Fought Rangers prospect Dylan McIlrath

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Sunday 11/13

OHL:

Plymouth defeated Erie 7-1

Scott Wedgewood (G): DNP - Will probably get to play half the game for Team OHL vs. Russia in the Super Series tomorrow.

Season: 14 GP 7-4-2-1 3.05 GAA .906 SV% 2 SO 808 MIN 395 SV 41 GA

Sarnia defeated Mississauga 4-2

Reid Boucher (LW): E - No goals in past 7 games. No assist in past 3 games.

Season: 19 GP 12 G 6 A 18 Pts -6 4 PIM

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Totally irrelevant to the Devils, but I just got back from a OHL game featuring the Oshawa Generals and Belleville Bulls. I have to say that Malcom Subban is looking to be quite the promising young goalie. He is smooth as hell, great composure and is a competetor. Like him, a lot.

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Totally irrelevant to the Devils, but I just got back from a OHL game featuring the Oshawa Generals and Belleville Bulls. I have to say that Malcom Subban is looking to be quite the promising young goalie. He is smooth as hell, great composure and is a competetor. Like him, a lot.

Recently named CHL goaltender of the week...

http://www.chl.ca/article/bulls-malcolm-subban-named-vaughn-chl-goaltender-of-the-week

The Canadian Hockey League today announced that Malcolm Subban of the Belleville Bulls is the Vaughn CHL Goaltender of the Week for the week ending November 5 after posting a 2-0-0-0 record with a shutout victory and a goals-against-average of 0.49 and a .982 save percentage.

After missing over a month due to injury, Subban returned to the Bulls’ net on Saturday and was solid making 29 saves and earning first star honours as part of a 2-1 win over the Owen Sound Attack. He then claimed first star honours again on Sunday stopping all 25 shots he faced in a 1-0 overtime win over the Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors to earn his first shutout of the season.

Subban, a 17-year-old from Rexdale, ON, is playing in his second full OHL season with the Bulls. Eligible for the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, in five starts this season he has a 2.19 goals-against-average with a .928 save percentage.

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You can watch the Super Series - Team OHL vs. Team Russia here starting at 7. Devils goaltending prospect Scott Wedgewood is starting for Team OHL.

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Plays small, very quick in his net but seems to move too much and lose his angle/net. Hard to rate a player on video though.

Edited by Jas0nMacIsaac

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Monday 11/14

Super Series:

Team OHL defeated Russia 6-3

Scott Wedgewood (G): 12 Saves on 12 Shots in 29:56 - Strong showing as he tries to make Canada's World Junior Team.

Wedgewood was hardly tested in the first period but was sharp when Russia did get shots at him during and right after their 2 power plays. He faced 10 shots in the first. Other than that, Team OHL dominated possession for almost the entire period. They opened the game with 3 consecutive power play goals which chased Suchkov. After the Russians put in Kostenko, Team OHL went on to score 2 even strength goals. The score could have easily been 6-0 as Team OHL had a puck stop almost on the goal line inbetween the third power play goal and first even strength goal.

Team OHL added a 6th goal early in the second period. Wedgewood made a few saves while Russia was employing an aggressive penalty kill but really was not tested at all facing just 2 shots before leaving midway through the period. Russia scored 2 goals quickly after Anderson took over in net for Wedgewood and also got a goal right at the end of the period to cut the lead in half.

Notes:

Last year Wedgewood got a win for Team OHL sharing a shutout with Scott Stajcer in London.

Team OHL is now 18-0 against Russia in the Super Series.

The Super Series continues with games against Team WHL on 11/16 and 11/17.

Previously Russia defeated Team QMJHL 2-0 on 11/7 and 5-4 on 11/9 but lost to Team OHL 10-7 on 11/10.

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Uneventful night before this weekends games.

Thursday 11/17

OHL:

Plymouth defeated Windsor 5-4 in Overtime

Scott Wedgewood (G): DNP

Sarnia lost to Kitchener 3-2

Reid Boucher (LW): E

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Thanks man, good work as always. It's interesting that Boucher doesn't seem to be as productive as of lately - I wonder why.

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Friday 11/18

NCAA:

Michigan lost to Ohio State 2-1

Jon Merrill (D): Suspended Indefinitely

David Wohlberg (F): E, 2 Shots, 1 Block, Won 4 of 6 faceoffs

Curtis Gedig (D): E, 2 PIM (Hooking)

Minnesota lost to St. Cloud State 4-3

Seth Helgeson (D): Assist, +1, 1 Shot, 2 PIM (Checking From Behind)

Wisconsin lost to Colorado College 4-2

Joe Faust (D): E, 1 Shot

Patrick Daly (D): E

Colgate defeated Quinnipiac 3-1

Corbin McPherson (D): +1

Miami defeated Bowling Green 4-0

Blake Coleman (LW): 2 Goals, +2, 4 Shots, 1 Block - 1st Star

Michigan Tech lost to Alaska Anchorage 3-1

Blake Pietila (RW): -1, 1 Shot, Lost 3 faceoffs

OHL:

Plymouth defeated London 4-1

Scott Wedgewood (G): 22 Saves on 23 Shots - 2nd Star

Sarnia defeated Saginaw 6-3

Reid Boucher (LW): Goal (PP), -1 - Ends 8 game goal drought

WHL:

Swift Current defeated Moose Jaw 6-2

Reece Scarlett (D): Assist (PP), -1, 2 PIM (Holding Opp. Stick)

#NJDevils #prospects

Edited by thefiestygoat

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Saturday 11/19

NCAA:

Michigan lost to Ohio State 6-5

Jon Merrill (D): Suspended Indefinitely

David Wohlberg (F): E, 1 Shot, 2 PIM (Roughing), Won 9 of 12 faceoffs

Curtis Gedig (D): -1, 3 Shots, 1 Block

Minnesota defeated St. Cloud State 5-0

Seth Helgeson (D): +2, 1 Shot, 2 PIM (Hooking), 1 Block

Wisconsin lost to Colorado College 4-1

Joe Faust (D): E, 1 Shot

Patrick Daly (D): E, 1 Shot, 2 PIM (Tripping)

Colgate defeated Princeton 4-1

Corbin McPherson (D): +2, 1 Shot

North Dakota defeated Bemidji State 5-2

Derek Rodwell (RW): Assist, +1, 3 Shots, 1 Block

Miami tied Bowling Green 4-4* Lost SO

Blake Coleman (LW): E, 4 Shots, 4 PIM (Elbowing, High Sticking), Lost 3 faceoffs

Michigan Tech defeated Alaska Anchorage 5-0

Blake Pietila (RW): Goal, +2, 2 Shots

OHL:

Plymouth defeated Kitchener 4-3* Plymouth got 2 PPG in 5 seconds in the final 2 minutes of regulation

Scott Wedgewood (G): 29 Saves on 32 Shots

Sarnia defeated Saginaw 6-3

Reid Boucher (LW): Goal (PP), 2 Assists, +1 - 1st Star - Sure seems like a streaky player.

WHL:

Swift Current defeated Brandon 5-4

Reece Scarlett (D): +1

Edited by thefiestygoat

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Thanks man, good work as always. It's interesting that Boucher doesn't seem to be as productive as of lately - I wonder why.

Let's not forget he's been in the OHL for all of three months now. The league is learning about him as he learns about the league. Also, the OHL is not the USHL, or whatever league he played in prior. Still, he put up some more point this weekend. Good to see.

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Let's not forget he's been in the OHL for all of three months now. The league is learning about him as he learns about the league. Also, the OHL is not the USHL, or whatever league he played in prior. Still, he put up some more point this weekend. Good to see.

I'm really interested in finding someone who follows Sarnia that can give us an assessment on how his defensive game is coming along. He may be a streaky point producer but he's shown he has the natural offensive skill to do that. Hopefully I'll be able to find a scout or reporter that would be willing to share an opinion on how his defensive game progressed (or lack thereof) by the end of the season.

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I'm really interested in finding someone who follows Sarnia that can give us an assessment on how his defensive game is coming along. He may be a streaky point producer but he's shown he has the natural offensive skill to do that. Hopefully I'll be able to find a scout or reporter that would be willing to share an opinion on how his defensive game progressed (or lack thereof) by the end of the season.

I have plenty of buddies who scout OHL. I'll ask one of them for their opinions of him. From what I gather his skating still needs work and his consistency could be better.

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