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2013-14 Prospect Thread

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Myles bell is a very bad skater, he will still score 20+ at the ahl level because of his shot alone. He has pretty good poise with the puck as well.

severson had a poor game but really has a nice skillset for a two way defensmen.

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Love the insight Triumph and Jas0nMacIsaac! Always nice to get some perspective beyond boxscores. I DVR'd the Boston College game so I'm looking forward to watching it this weekend.

 

Friday 10/25
KHL
Dinamo Minsk defeated Amur Khabarovsk 3-2 (SO)
Artur Gavrus C: DNP (Still Out with Knee Injury)

OHL
Windsor defeated Kitchener 5-3
Ben Johnson LW: Goal (EN/SH), E
Ben Thomson LW: Goal, Assist, E* 3rd Star

Kingston lost to Sudbury 3-0
Ryan Kujawinski C: DNP (Day-to-Day Injury - Lower Body Soreness)

WHL
Kelowna defeated Victoria 4-1
Damon Severson D: +2
Myles Bell LW: Goal, +1, 2 PIM (Interference)

NCAA
Ohio State defeated Robert Morris 5-3
Curtis Gedig D: +1, 1 Shot, 2 Blocks

Miami lost to Providence 3-2 (OT)
Blake Coleman C: Goal (PP), E, 4 Shots, 4 PIM (Diving, Slashing), 7/18 Faceoffs

Michigan Tech lost to Northern Michigan 2-0
Blake Pietila LW: -1, 3 Shots, 6/13 Faceoffs

Boston College tied Minnesota 3-3
Steve Santini D: +2

Brown defeated Yale 4-1
Miles Wood LW: DNP (His brother D Tyler Wood played)

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Saturday 10/26
QMJHL
Gatineau defeated Rimouski 5-4 (SO)
Anthony Brodeur G: DNP

OHL
Kingston lost to Sault Ste. Marie 4-2
Ryan Kujawinski C: DNP (Upper Body Injury)

WHL
Swift Current defeated Edmonton 3-1
Graham Black C: Goal, +1* 2nd Star

Kelowna defeated Victoria 2-1 (SO)
Damon Severson D: +1
Myles Bell LW: E, Scored SO Winner

NCAA
Ohio State defeated Robert Morris 4-3
Curtis Gedig D: -1, 2 Shots

Miami tied Providence 4-4
Blake Coleman C: Assist, +1, 4 Shots, 11/22 Faceoffs

Coleman has a 3 game point streak with 4 goals and an assist. Season: 6 GP 5-1-6, +4, 23 PIM, 25.0 SH% 3.33 SH/GP

Michigan Tech defeated Northern Michigan 4-1
Blake Pietila LW: -1, 2 Shots, 2/5 Faceoffs

Slow start for Pietila: 5 GP 0-1-1, -4, 21 PIM, 7 Shots

Brown defeated Dartmouth 5-3
Miles Wood LW: DNP

Harvard defeated Bentley 3-0
Alexander Kerfoot C: Assist, +2, 3 Shots, 14/29 Faceoffs* NCAA Debut

NCAA Exhibition
North Dakota defeated USNTDP U-18 4-1
Derek Rodwell RW: E

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Sunday 10/27
QMJHL
Gatineau lost to Quebec 4-2
Anthony Brodeur G: DNP (Hasn't played in 5 games since getting pulled early on 10/18)
Season: 6 GP 3-2-0, 3.17 GAA, .868 SV%

OHL
Windsor defeated Owen Sound 5-4 (OT) (Shots were 47-44 Windsor!)
Ben Johnson LW: 2 Assists (Assisted on GWG), -1
Season: 13 GP 8-6-14, +4, 4 PIM

Johnson has 3 goals and 5 assists in his past 4 games.

NCAA
Boston College lost to Minnesota 6-1
Steve Santini D: -2, 2 Shots, 3 Blocks
Season: 5 GP 1-1-2, +5, 4 PIM, 6 Shots

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Sounds like A brodeur is leveling off. Hope it just all the pressure this year.

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Sounds like A brodeur is leveling off. Hope it just all the pressure this year.

His brother Jeremy is having a pretty solid junior season for Shattuck-St. Mary's so far. He's been splitting the games with senior Luke Kania who was actually the goalie Anthony battled for playing time last year.

 

Jeremy: 7 GP 6-1-0, 1.46 GAA, .944 SV%, 2 SO

 

It will be interesting to see if Jeremy goes to Oshawa (OHL) next year or returns to SSM for his senior season. He's a 2015 NHL draft eligible. Jeremy's twin, William (F), is listed on SSM's Midget AAA roster but hasn't played yet. Not sure why but he never seemed like much of a prospect.

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Tuesday 10/29
OHL
Kingston defeated Ottawa 2-1
Ryan Kujawinski C: DNP (4th game missed with a day-to-day injury)
Season: 10 GP 5-3-8, +4, 12 PIM

From the Kingston Whig-Standard, Kujawinski has returned to practice and the coach has put potential 1st round pick, LW Spencer Watson on his line with the undrafted RW Billy Jenkins.

 

WHL
Swift Current defeated Lethbridge 3-2 (SO)
Graham Black C: Assist, E, 2 PIM (Boarding)
Season: 16 GP 6-8-14, +2, 16 PIM

 

NCAA
Ohio State defeated Bowling Green 5-3
Curtis Gedig D: +2, 3 Shots, 4 Blocks
Season: 6 GP 0-0-0, +2, 2 PIM, 7 Shots

Harvard tied RPI 3-3
Alexander Kerfoot C: Goal, +1, 3 Shots, 8/23 Faceoffs
Season: 2 GP 1-1-2, +3, 0 PIM, 6 Shots, 43.4 FO%

Kerfoot is centering the top line with LW Jimmy Vesey ('12 3/66 NSH) and RW Kyle Criscuolo (undrafted NJ native). Both Vesey and Criscuolo are sophomores. Vesey was teammates with Blake Pietila on last year's USA WJHC Gold Medal winning team. Nice to see Kerfoot is off to a strong start in his NCAA career. Interesting note from Jeff Cox:

 

.@Harvard_Hockey's first line of Jimmy Vesey, Alex Kerfoot and Kyle Criscuolo have 10 of team's 15 shots on goal through 40 minutes. #ECAC

 

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Sounds like A brodeur is leveling off. Hope it just all the pressure this year.

 

Posted this previously, but the other Gatineau goalie, Robert Steeves, is 20 years old (he's 2.5 years older than Anthony) and has some experience...he's also outplayed Brodeur early on, though Steeves' save%s haven't been good in his last two games (.853 and .833).  Gatineau gave Anthony a shot at making it a split early on, but Steeves had a strong relief appearance, and was playing better at that point, so he got to run with it.  I'm guessing Anthony gets another shot, but I'm also guessing he was slated to be the backup unless Steeves faltered.  But let's face it, if the Devils don't draft him, he probably doesn't get drafted at all.  I'm rooting for him big-time, would love to see him beat the odds...but he's a major longshot.     

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Posted this previously, but the other Gatineau goalie, Robert Steeves, is 20 years old (he's 2.5 years older than Anthony) and has some experience...he's also outplayed Brodeur early on, though Steeves' save%s haven't been good in his last two games (.853 and .833).  Gatineau gave Anthony a shot at making it a split early on, but Steeves had a strong relief appearance, and was playing better at that point, so he got to run with it.  I'm guessing Anthony gets another shot, but I'm also guessing he was slated to be the backup unless Steeves faltered.  But let's face it, if the Devils don't draft him, he probably doesn't get drafted at all.  I'm rooting for him big-time, would love to see him beat the odds...but he's a major longshot.     

Gatineau has a back to back tonight and tomorrow so hopefully Brodeur gets into one of these games. They play Halifax who is 3rd in the Q tonight and then Victoriaville who is 12th so I suppose Thursday's game is more likely for Brodeur to feature in.

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Myles bell is a very bad skater, he will still score 20+ at the ahl level because of his shot alone. He has pretty good poise with the puck as well.

severson had a poor game but really has a nice skillset for a two way defensmen.

 

How bad is very bad? Dave Andreychuk bad?

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Myles bell is a very bad skater, he will still score 20+ at the ahl level because of his shot alone. He has pretty good poise with the puck as well.

severson had a poor game but really has a nice skillset for a two way defensmen.

Like Johnny Mac back in the day?

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He has a choppy defensmen stride similar to Mike Mottau

 

Something a good power skating coach could possibly improve?

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Jason saw him, and I have no first hand knowledge, but if you google Bell a bunch of reports are complimentary of his skating. Maybe a bad night?

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Jason saw him, and I have no first hand knowledge, but if you google Bell a bunch of reports are complimentary of his skating. Maybe a bad night?

 

 That must have been as a defensmen at the CHL level. With his stride I doubt he gets much better, it is short and certainly doesn't make use of the full blade. At best he may skate like Ryder.

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Gatineau has a back to back tonight and tomorrow so hopefully Brodeur gets into one of these games. They play Halifax who is 3rd in the Q tonight and then Victoriaville who is 12th so I suppose Thursday's game is more likely for Brodeur to feature in.

 

Steeves now 7-1 in his last 8 GP, and 10-4 overall (he won last night).  Tonight would be a perfect time to give Anthony another start...Victoriaville is not only 12th, but doesn't score much either...15th out of 18 teams in goals-for.

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A couple of notes... First, Miles Wood actually has another year left at Noble & Greenough (USHS) before attending Brown University. Secondly, I finally put together my prospect stats spreadsheet and cleaned it up a bit this year and added in additional number breakdowns between special team stats and primary/secondary assists and points. You can check that all out here.

Wednesday 10/30
KHL
Dinamo Minsk defeated Metallurg Novokuznetsk 5-2
Artur Gavrus C: DNP (Still Out with Knee Injury)
Season: 12 GP 1-2-3, +2, 4 PIM, 7.1 SH%, 1.2 SH/GP, 44.7 FO%, 13:23 TOI/GP

QMJHL
Gatineau defeated Halifax 5-2
Anthony Brodeur G: DNP

 

Thursday 10/31
Gatineau defeated Victoriaville 4-3
Anthony Brodeur G: 37 Saves on 40 Shots
Season: 7 GP 4-2-0, 3.14 GAA, .882 SV%

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Glad Anthony finally got into another game...and appeared to play well to boot. 

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That's good news about Miles Wood, being healthy scratched on a team like Brown is basically a kiss of death for the possibility of an NHL career.

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Friday 11/1
KHL
Dinamo Minsk lost to Admiral Vladivostok 4-3 (SO)
Artur Gavrus C: DNP (Injured Knee)

OHL
Kitchener lost to Guelph 6-3
Ben Thomson LW: Goal, -1, 4 PIM (Unsportsmanlike, Roughing)

Kingston lost to North Bay 5-1
Ryan Kujawinski C: -1

WHL
Swift Current defeated Saskatoon 5-3
Graham Black C: E

Kelowna defeated Prince George 7-6 (SO)
Damon Severson D: 2 Assists, -1, 2 PIM (Hooking)
Myles Bell LW: 2 Goals, Assist (PP), +1, 4 PIM (Slashing, Roughing), Scored in SO

NCAA
Wisconsin tied Lake Superior State 3-3
Joe Faust D: Assist, +1, 1 Block

Ohio State lost to Minnesota Duluth 3-1
Curtis Gedig D: -1, 3 Shots, 3 Blocks

North Dakota lost to St. Cloud State 3-2
Derek Rodwell RW: DNP

Miami defeated Canisius 3-0
Blake Coleman C: Goal, +1, 9 Shots, 2 PIM (Elbowing), 4/10 Faceoffs, 3 Blocks* 3rd Star

Michigan Tech lost to Michigan 3-2 (OT)
Blake Pietila LW: Goal (PP), -1, 4 Shots, 7/12 Faceoffs

Boston College defeated Northeastern 4-2
Steve Santini D: Assist, +1, 2 PIM (Holding the Stick)

Harvard defeated RPI 2-0
Alex Kerfoot C: +1, 9/23 Faceoffs

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Saturday 11/2
QMJHL
Gatineau lost to Drummondville 6-3
Anthony Brodeur G: DNP

OHL
Windsor defeated Owen Sound 6-0
Ben Johnson LW: E

Johnson's 4 game point streak is snapped.

Kingston lost to Oshawa 4-1
Ryan Kujawinski C: -2

WHL
Swift Current defeated Saskatoon 7-6
Graham Black C: 2 Goals (1 SH), 2 Assists, +4* 1st Star

Kelowna defeated Prince George 4-1
Damon Severson D: 2 Assists (1 EN), +2
Myles Bell LW: E

NCAA
Wisconsin defeated Lake Superior State 8-1
Joe Faust D: 3 Assists (1 SH), +4

Faust only had 8 points in 99 games before this year. He has 6 points in 6 games this year.

Ohio State defeated Minnesota Duluth 4-2
Curtis Gedig D: E, 3 Shots, 1 Block

North Dakota lost to St. Cloud State 3-1
Derek Rodwell RW: DNP

Miami defeated Canisius 5-2
Blake Coleman C: 3 Assists (1 PP), +2, 7 Shots, 6/12 Faceoffs* 2nd Star

Blake Coleman's last 5 games: 5 goals, 4 assists.

Michigan Tech lost to Michigan 2-1
Blake Pietila LW: E, 2 PIM (Hooking), 5 Shots, 9/10 Faceoffs

Boston College defeated Northeastern 4-3 (OT)
Steve Santini D: +3, 3 Shots

Harvard lost to Union 4-2
Alex Kerfoot C: -2, 2 Shots, 8/15 Faceoffs
 

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Wednesday 11/6
WHL
Swift Current defeated Prince Albert 4-3 (OT)
Graham Black C: Goal (GWG), 2 Assists (1 PP), E, 2 PIM (Cross Checking)* 1st Star
Season: 19 GP 9-13-22, +6, 20 PIM

Black has 4 goals and 6 assists in his past 5 games.

Kelowna defeated Red Deer 6-2
Damon Severson D: Goal, 2 Assists (Both PP), E* 2nd Star
Season: 14 GP 5-12-17, +3, 14 PIM

Severson has a goal and 6 assists in his past 3 games.

Myles Bell LW: Assist, E
Season: 14 GP 8-5-13, +7, 23 PIM

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