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Steven Santini and Damon Severson are a combined 14 goals, 42 assists, 56 points in 74 games and +59. 

 

22 Eric Gelinas 6`4 205

22 Jon Merrill 6`4 205

21 Adam Larsson 6`3 200

19 Damon Severson 6`2 210

18 Steve Santini 6`2 201

 

Can we fast forward two years with an extended Cory Schneider.

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These are similar profiled players who were touted as two way defensmen in their WHL 18 and 19 year old seasons.

 

Damon Severson 132 games, 23 goals, 87 assists, 110 points, +79

Brent Seabrook - 129 games, 25 goals, 73 assists, 98 points, +19

Shea Weber - 150 games, 36 goals, 71 assists, 107 points, +52

Ryan Murray - 73 games, 14 goals, 39 assists, 53 points, +42

Karl Alzner - 157 games, 22 goals, 82 assists, 104 points, +36

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Marshall    171

Steven Santini and Damon Severson are a combined 14 goals, 42 assists, 56 points in 74 games and +59. 

 

22 Eric Gelinas 6`4 205

22 Jon Merrill 6`4 205

21 Adam Larsson 6`3 200

19 Damon Severson 6`2 210

18 Steve Santini 6`2 201

 

Can we fast forward two years with an extended Cory Schneider.

 

That group with Old Man Greene and and Fayne thrown in...yeah, it won't happen, but still.

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vadvlfan    33

Steven Santini and Damon Severson are a combined 14 goals, 42 assists, 56 points in 74 games and +59. 

 

22 Eric Gelinas 6`4 205

22 Jon Merrill 6`4 205

21 Adam Larsson 6`3 200

19 Damon Severson 6`2 210

18 Steve Santini 6`2 201

 

Can we fast forward two years with an extended Cory Schneider.

Hopefully Lou is proactive with signing him. He CAN'T let him go. 

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Triumph    561

These are similar profiled players who were touted as two way defensmen in their WHL 18 and 19 year old seasons.

 

Damon Severson 132 games, 23 goals, 87 assists, 110 points, +79

Brent Seabrook - 129 games, 25 goals, 73 assists, 98 points, +19

Shea Weber - 150 games, 36 goals, 71 assists, 107 points, +52

Ryan Murray - 73 games, 14 goals, 39 assists, 53 points, +42

Karl Alzner - 157 games, 22 goals, 82 assists, 104 points, +36

 

Worth noting that I think Kelowna is a better team now than they were at any point during those guys' run.  Kelowna only scored 185 goals in Weber's last year there according to hockeydb - they have 246 so far this year.

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SMantzas    269

Worth noting that I think Kelowna is a better team now than they were at any point during those guys' run.  Kelowna only scored 185 goals in Weber's last year there according to hockeydb - they have 246 so far this year.

Taking that into account, only Seabrook is ahead of Severson, and its close. Either way, I think he's a good bet to be an NHLer for awhile. How good he'll be is the obvious question mark

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thefiestygoat    134
Friday 2/14

MHL

Dinamo-Shinnik defeated Yunost 3-2 (SO)

Artur Gavrus C: Assist (PP), -1, 2 Shots, 13/17 Faceoffs

 

OHL

Windsor defeated Sudbury 6-3

Ben Johnson LW: Goal (PP), 2 Assists (Both PP), -1, 2 PIM (Tripping)* 2nd Star

 

-- Nice to see him producing as of late, 5 goals and 8 assists in his last 9 games.

 

Kingston lost to Owen Sound 4-0

Ryan Kujawinski C: DNP (Right Hand Injury)

 

WHL

Swift Current lost to Medicine Hat 7-3

Graham Black C: Assist, E

 

Kelowna defeated Prince George 4-2

Damon Severson D: Assist, +3, 6 PIM (Tripping x2, Delay of Game)

Myles Bell RW: E

 

-- Severson has 8 assists in his last 7 games.

 

NCAA

Wisconsin lost to Ohio State 2-1

Joe Faust D: E, 1 Block

Curtis Gedig D: -1, 2 Blocks

 

North Dakota defeated Miami 3-2

Derek Rodwell RW: E, 1 Shot, 1 Block

Blake Coleman C: DNP (Collarbone Injury)

 

Michigan Tech lost to Alaska 7-3

Blake Pietila F: -2, 13/20 Faceoffs

 

Boston College defeated Vermont 4-3

Steve Santini D: Assist, E, 2 PIM (Slashing), 1 Shot, 3 Blocks

 

Harvard defeated Clarkson 1-0

Alex Kerfoot F: E, 1 Shot, 3/7 Faceoffs

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Marshall    171

Hopefully Lou is proactive with signing him. He CAN'T let him go. 

 

LOL yeah teams let their 2nd rounders walk all the time...

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thefiestygoat    134
Saturday 2/15

QMJHL

Gatineau lost to Cape Breton 5-4

Anthony Brodeur G: 7 Saves on 10 Shots in 16:13 (pulled in 1st)

 

OHL

Windsor lost to Sault Ste. Marie 5-2

Ben Johnson LW: E, 2 PIM (High Sticking)

 

WHL

Swift Current defeated Regina 4-3 (SO)

Graham Black C: Goal, E, Stopped in SO

 

NCAA

Wisconsin defeated Ohio State 4-2

Joe Faust D: E, 3 Blocks

Curtis Gedig D: -2, 1 Shot, 2 Blocks

 

North Dakota defeated Miami 9-2

Derek Rodwell RW: Assist, +1

Blake Coleman C: DNP (Collarbone Injury)

 

-- Miami is now 2-8-1 since Coleman has been sidelined with his injury.

 

Michigan Tech lost to Alaska 7-2

Blake Pietila F: E, 2 PIM (Slashing), 4 Shots, 14/25 Faceoffs

 

Boston College defeated Vermont 5-3

Steve Santini D: +1, 1 Block

 

Harvard tied St. Lawrence 2-2

Alex Kerfoot F: Assist (PP), E, 5/13 Faceoffs

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Yikes, getting pretty ugly for Anthony lately.  That Q record-setting shutout streak was fun while it lasted.  At least he'll have that until it's broken. 

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thefiestygoat    134
Monday 2/17

OHL

North Bay defeated Peterborough 6-4

Ben Thomson LW: 2 Goals (1 EN), Assist, +1

Season: 44 GP 22-15-37, +8, 74 PIM

 

-- 19 goals and 12 assists in 32 games since joining North Bay.

 

Kingston defeated Belleville 6-4

Ryan Kujawinski C: DNP (Right Hand Injury)

Season: 35 GP 16-13-29, E, 27 PIM

 

WHL

Swift Current lost to Prince Albert 3-1

Graham Black C: Assist (PP), E

Season: 57 GP 29-47-76, +17, 37 PIM

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thefiestygoat    134

According to Mark Divver of The Providence Journal, Miles Wood has decommitted from Brown.

 

https://twitter.com/MarkDivver/status/435469182927261696

 

"Two tough breaks for @BrownMensHockey as '96 NTDP goalie Blake Weyrick and '95 NJ Devils draft pick & Nobles F Miles Wood decommit"

 

https://twitter.com/MarkDivver/status/435471069697155072

 

"Issue with Weyrick was financial aid. With Wood, grades not Ivy caliber."

 

Perhaps grades were an issue or he wanted to go to a more well known hockey school like BC or BU. The Boston College Hockey Blog seems to really want him. Still no update on his current stats which is a bit frustrating. 

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SMantzas    269

According to Mark Divver of The Providence Journal, Miles Wood has decommitted from Brown.

https://twitter.com/MarkDivver/status/435469182927261696

"Two tough breaks for @BrownMensHockey as '96 NTDP goalie Blake Weyrick and '95 NJ Devils draft pick & Nobles F Miles Wood decommit"

https://twitter.com/MarkDivver/status/435471069697155072

"Issue with Weyrick was financial aid. With Wood, grades not Ivy caliber."

Perhaps grades were an issue or he wanted to go to a more well known hockey school like BC or BU. The Boston College Hockey Blog seems to really want him. Still no update on his current stats which is a bit frustrating.

Boston College wanting him is a great sign

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Daniel    333

Boston College wanting him is a great sign

Is that actually the case, or is it just a fan blog suggesting it?

Still, if they're comparing him to Hannifin (different positions I know, but you get the point) who is supposed to be awesome, maybe we've got something,

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SMantzas    269

Is that actually the case, or is it just a fan blog suggesting it?

Still, if they're comparing him to Hannifin (different positions I know, but you get the point) who is supposed to be awesome, maybe we've got something,

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Ahh you're right, reading is not my friend today.

Even if that blog is run my fans, it's great to get any kind of intel on Wood. I think there have literally been like 2 updates on him because you have to pay for high school stats.

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Triumph    561

Brown isn't really known as a hockey hotbed - who went there, Harry Zolnierczyk?  Can't think of anyone else off the top of my head.

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'7'    541

One of our old backups went to Brown. Doc used to mention it all the time...trying to recall his name without google cheating.

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Devil Dan 56    343

One of our old backups went to Brown. Doc used to mention it all the time...trying to recall his name without google cheating.

 

Yann Danis, i think. I'm pretty sure I saw him play a game in Troy

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Corey Pronman tweet about Ben Johnson tonight. "Ben Johnson (NJD) has had an impressive game. One of better skaters in the OHL. Contributing at both ends."

Good to see we possibly have two of the best overaged skaters in the CHL with Black and Johnson, that seem to play two way games. Should be interesting to see how they transition into the AHL.

While forward draft picks haven't been amazing, it's good to see Conte and crew going after a few low-risk, high-reward picks. Not only have we drafted two quick forwards, but two of the better shooters out of the CHL recently, Boucher and Bell. Throw in some interesting two-way guys and we could be able to stock the bottom-6. Literally, building from the net out. Only thing that will need to get addressed is top-6, in my opinion.

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Corey Pronman tweet about Ben Johnson tonight. "Ben Johnson (NJD) has had an impressive game. One of better skaters in the OHL. Contributing at both ends."

Good to see we possibly have two of the best overaged skaters in the CHL with Black and Johnson, that seem to play two way games. Should be interesting to see how they transition into the AHL.

Don't forget Myles Bell, who I believe is also a little older. I'm interested to see how he transitions to Albany as well.

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Don't forget Myles Bell, who I believe is also a little older. I'm interested to see how he transitions to Albany as well.

Oh yeah, I didn't forget him. When I said best skaters, I meant literally lol. Black and Johnson are two of the better skaters in terms of speed, agility, acceleration, etc.

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thefiestygoat    134
Tuesday 2/18

Windsor lost to London 6-5 (OT)

Ben Johnson LW: 3 Assists, +1* 1st Star

Season: 48 GP 22-22-44, +20, 26 PIM

 

-- Johnson has 5 goals and 11 assists in his last 11 games. Awesome to see him finally producing consistently. Also Windsor has already clinched a playoff spot.

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