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was curious to see if Claude was right so far about the Devils making a mistake not picking Brendan...

 

Brendan Lemieux 14gp 7g 10a 17pts +7

John Quenneville 16gp 10g 7a 17 pts -9

 
somewhat close right now and way too early but i think both players will endup with really similar results

 

Quenneville has 17 in 15 and Lemieux has 17 in 16.  JQ is also a center whereas Lemieux is a winger...so Quenneville undoubtedly plays the more important position.  It's way too early to tell who will be better, though

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Quenneville has 17 in 15 and Lemieux has 17 in 16.  JQ is also a center whereas Lemieux is a winger...so Quenneville undoubtedly plays the more important position.  It's way too early to tell who will be better, though

 

yeah my point was more that Brendan would have to blow John out of the water for Claude to look good with that statement

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Thursday 11/20
NCAA
Michigan State defeated Ohio State 3-1
Joshua Jacobs D: E, 2 PIM (Slashing), 1 Shot, 5 Blocks
Season: 10 GP 0-3-3, -4, 8 PIM, 16 Shots, 15 Blocks

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Friday 11/21
QMJHL
Drummondville lost to Rouyn-Noranda 5-3
Anthony Brodeur G: Did Not Dress

-- Picked up on waivers by Drummondville. Will look to earn the backup job over NJ native Joe Fleschler.

OHL
Kingston lost to Owen Sound 3-2 (OT)
Ryan Kujawinski C: 2 Goals, +2, 2 PIM (Tripping)

-- 5 goals, 2 assists in his last 4 games.

Plymouth lost to Guelph 9-3
Connor Chatham RW: E

WHL
Brandon defeated Edmonton 7-4
John Quenneville C: Goal (PP), Assist, +1
Brandon Baddock LW: Goal, -1, 2 PIM (Tripping)

-- Quenneville now has 8 goals, 11 assists in 16 games.

Kamloops defeated Prince George 5-2
Ryan Rehill D: E

NCAA
Miami defeated Western Michigan 1-0
Blake Coleman C: Goal (PP), E, 2 PIM (Holding), 4 Shots, 1 Block, 9/16 Faceoffs* 3rd Star

Michigan Tech lost to Minnesota State 2-1
Blake Pietila LW: -1, 2 PIM (Handling Puck With Hands), 2 Shots, 12/21 Faceoffs

Boston College defeated UMass 5-3
Steve Santini D: DNP (Injured)

Harvard defeated Bentley 5-1
Alexander Kerfoot C: 2 Assists (1 PP), +1, 2 PIM (Tripping), 1 Shot, 4/11 Faceoffs

-- Kerfoot has 4 goals, 9 assists in 8 games.

Michigan State lost to Ohio State 3-0
Joshua Jacobs D: -1, 2 PIM (Cross Checking), 2 Shots, 3 Blocks

USHL
Dubuque lost to Sioux City 5-2
Joey Dudek C: -2, 3 Shots

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Hmmm Kerfoot's numbers look great but he seems to be in a weak conference playing the Bentleys and Yales of the world. Good to see nonetheless

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Saturday 11/22

QMJHL

Drummondville defeated Cape Breton 4-1

Anthony Brodeur G: Did Not Dress

 

-- Probably hasn't had a chance to get settled yet. Though his competition for the backup role, Joe Fleschler, stopped 22 of 23 shots tonight and has a .906 SV% in 10 games.

 

OHL

Kingston lost to Ottawa 7-4

Ryan Kujawinski C: Goal, +2

 

-- Kujawinski extends his scoring streak to 5 games where he has 6 goals and 2 assists. In 20 games this season he has 11 goals and 4 assists.

 

Plymouth defeated Niagara 2-1

Connor Chatham RW:  E, 4 PIM (Boarding, Unsportsmanlike Conduct)

 

WHL

Brandon defeated Edmonton 5-4 (OT)

John Quenneville C: Assist, +1, 2 PIM (Tripping)

Brandon Baddock LW: 2 Assists, -1

 

-- Quenneville has a goal and 3 assists in his last 2 games giving him 8 goals and 13 assists in 17 games.

-- Baddock has a goal and 4 assists in his last 5 games giving him 3 goals and 9 assists in 24 games.

 

NCAA

Miami defeated Western Michigan 5-2

Blake Coleman C: Goal, 2 Assists (1 EN), +3, 6 PIM (Slashing, Roughing, Elbowing), 2 Shots, 13/16 Faceoffs* 1st Star

 

-- Coleman has 8 goals and 7 assists in 12 games.

 

Michigan Tech lost to Minnesota State 3-2

Blake Pietila C: -1, 4 Shots, 16/25 Faceoffs

 

Boston College defeated Maine 4-1

Steve Santini D: DNP (Injured)

 

USHL

Dubuque defeated Sioux Falls 4-1

Joey Dudek C: E

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Hmmm Kerfoot's numbers look great but he seems to be in a weak conference playing the Bentleys and Yales of the world. Good to see nonetheless

 

While the ECAC isnt full of traditional powerhouse teams like some of the other conferences, and is full of Ivy League schools dont let that lull you into thinking its a weak conference.  Union and Yale are the last two national champions, Quinnipac, Colgate, and Cornell are solid programs.  The top ECAC teams are as good as anyone in the country, and all the NCAA conferences have their bottom feeders.  The league is also traditionally very defensive as the schools havent always been able to bring in top flight offensive recruits.  Harvard also plays a strong out of conference schedule with a full list of games against the other Boston area Hockey East teams.  I wouldnt worry about Kerfoot's qualcomp,if he puts up good numbers at Harvard, it isnt due to beating up on weak teams.

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While the ECAC isnt full of traditional powerhouse teams like some of the other conferences, and is full of Ivy League schools dont let that lull you into thinking its a weak conference. Union and Yale are the last two national champions, Quinnipac, Colgate, and Cornell are solid programs. The top ECAC teams are as good as anyone in the country, and all the NCAA conferences have their bottom feeders. The league is also traditionally very defensive as the schools havent always been able to bring in top flight offensive recruits. Harvard also plays a strong out of conference schedule with a full list of games against the other Boston area Hockey East teams. I wouldnt worry about Kerfoot's qualcomp,if he puts up good numbers at Harvard, it isnt due to beating up on weak teams.

Thanks for clearing that up, Sarge. He just turned 20 so him putting up well over PPG is great. Devils getting anything out of him would be a bonus

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Sunday 11/23

OHL

Kingston lost to Sault Ste. Marie 3-1

Ryan Kujawinski C: Assist (PP), E, 2 PIM (Holding)

Season: 21 GP 11-5-16, +5, 14 PIM

 

-- Last 6 GP: 6-3-9, +8, 4 PIM

 

WHL

Kamloops lost to Spokane 2-1 (OT)

Ryan Rehill D: Assist, -1, 4 PIM (Delay of Game, Slashing)

Season: 24 GP 2-7-9, +2, 63 PIM

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Monday 11/24
KHL
Dinamo Minsk lost to HC Sochi 4-2
Artur Gavrus LW: Assist, E, 2 PIM (Hooking), 1 Shot, 11:29 TOI
Season: 27 GP 5-3-8, -3, 10 PIM, 12.5 SH%, 1.5 SH/GP, 38.1 FO%, 12:37 ATOI

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Tuesday 11/25
WHL
Brandon lost to Saskatoon 5-4 (OT)
John Quenneville C: Goal (PP), -1
Season: 18 GP 9-12-21, +7, 16 PIM

Edmonton lost to Prince Albert 4-3
Brandon Baddock LW: Goal, +1
Season: 25 GP 4-9-13, +1, 38 PIM

NCAA
Harvard defeated Boston University 3-2 (OT)
Alexander Kerfoot C: 2 Assists (1 PP), +1, 13/21 Faceoffs
Season: 9 GP 4-11-15, +10, 4 PIM, 21.05 SH%, 2.11 SH/GPs, 50.7 FO%

-- 2 assists in each of his last 3 games.

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Man, Kerfoot's just been on a tear so far this year. Putting up 1.67ppg.

I don't follow NCAA hockey much. How does that compare to other prospects playing college hockey? I imagine that's pretty good, but I also imagine that 21% shooting percentage will come back to Earth eventually.

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Man, Kerfoot's just been on a tear so far this year. Putting up 1.67ppg.

I don't follow NCAA hockey much. How does that compare to other prospects playing college hockey? I imagine that's pretty good, but I also imagine that 21% shooting percentage will come back to Earth eventually.

That 1.67 Pts/GP is 2nd in the nation only to Jack Eichel's 1.73. His 1.22 A/GP is the best in the country. Of course it's an extremely small sample size and his SH% is really high as you mentioned as is his linemates as well but I'm enjoying the ride right now. Honestly, I just hope that he can stay healthy, be consistently productive, and cement that 1C role on his team. Always seemed like a project pick, has the skill just has to be able to put it all together.

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Wednesday 11/26
QMJHL
Drummondville defeated Rouyn-Noranda 5-3
Anthony Brodeur G: Did Not Dress
Season: 16 GP 5-7, 3.72 GAA, .876 SV%

OHL
Plymouth defeated Windsor 4-3
Connor Chatham RW: 2 Assists (1 PP), +1
Season: 21 GP 6-9-15, +2, 30 PIM

WHL
Kamloops lost to Everett 2-1
Ryan Rehill D: -1
Season: 25 GP 2-7-9, +1, 63 PIM

Edmonton defeated Swift Current 4-1
Brandon Baddock LW: Goal (EN), +1
Season: 25 GP 5-9-14, +2, 38 PIM

USHL
Dubuque lost to Muskegon 2-1
Joey Dudek C: E, 2 Shots
Season: 16 GP 4-1-5, -2, 20 PIM, 11.43 SH%, 2.19 SH/GP

-- Just 1 goal in his last 8 games.

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Thursday 11/27
QMJHL
Drummondville lost to Val-d'Or 6-0
Anthony Brodeur G: Did Not Dress

Friday 11/28
OHL
Kingston defeated Kitchener 5-0
Ryan Kujawinski C: 3 Assists (2 PP), +2

-- Last 7 games: 6 goals and 6 assists.

Plymouth lost to Windsor 5-4
Connor Chatham RW: DNP (Probably Injured)

WHL
Brandon defeated Saskatoon 4-3 (OT)
John Quenneville C: +1

Kamloops lost to Regina 7-3
Ryan Rehill D: E, 23 PIM (Roughing x3, Instigator, Fighting, Game Misconduct) :beerbang::rock:

Edmonton defeated Vancouver 3-0
Brandon Baddock LW: Goal (PP), Assist (PP), E* 2nd Star

-- Last 8 games: 4 goals and 5 assists.

NCAA
Michigan Tech defeated Alabama Huntsville 4-2
Blake Pietila C: +1, 12/18 Faceoffs, 3 Shots

Boston College lost to Minnesota 6-2
Steve Santini D: DNP (Injured)

Michigan State lost to Princeton 3-1
Joshua Jacobs D: E, 1 Shot

USHL
Dubuque defeated Madison 6-5
Joey Dudek C: -1, 1 Shot

-- 1 goal in his last 9 games.

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Saturday 11/29
QMJHL
Drummondville defeated Baie-Comeau 2-1 (OT)
Anthony Brodeur G: Did Not Dress

OHL
Kingston defeated London 3-2 (SO)
Ryan Kujawinski C: E, 4 PIM (Roughing, High Sticking), Scored in SO

Plymouth lost to Sarnia 4-2
Connor Chatham RW: DNP (Injured)

WHL
Brandon defeated Prince Albert 6-3
John Quenneville C: Assist, E, 2 Shots

Kamloops lost to Victoria 5-3
Ryan Rehill D: DNP (1 Game Suspension)

Edmonton lost to Medicine Hat 3-2 (OT)
Brandon Baddock LW: -1, 2 PIM (Tripping)

NCAA
Michigan Tech defeated Alabama Huntsville 5-2
Blake Pietila C: -2, 1 Shot, 13/22 Faceoffs

-- No points in his last 4 games.

Boston College lost to Providence 1-0
Steve Santini D: DNP (Injured)

Harvard defeated UMass Lowell 4-2
Alexander Kerfoot C: E, 5/13 Faceoffs

Michigan State defeated Princeton 4-2
Joshua Jacobs D: E, 2 PIM (High Sticking), 6 Shots, 2 Blocks

USHL
Dubuque lost to USNTDP U-17 4-2
Joey Dudek C: -1, 12 PIM (Check from Behind, Misconduct), 2 Shots

-- Just 1 goal in his last 10 games.

KHL
Dinamo Minsk defeated Medvescak Zagreb 4-3
Artur Gavrus LW: -1, 0/1 Faceoff, 11:43 TOI

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Sunday 11/30
QMJHL
Drummondville defeated Chicoutimi 2-1 (OT)
Anthony Brodeur G: Did Not Dress
Season: 16 GP 5-4-0-3, 3.72 GAA, .876 SV%, 118 GA%-, -7.37 GSAA

OHL
Kingston lost to Sarnia 4-3
Ryan Kujawinski C: Goal (PP), Assist, E* 2nd Star
Season: 24 GP 12-9-21, +7, 18 PIM

-- Kujawinski has 7 goals and 7 assists over his last 9 games.

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Guessing Anthony's Q career is winding down. Where could he go next?

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Guessing Anthony's Q career is winding down. Where could he go next?

 

Hopefully to Canadian college, because he can't play in the NCAA, and hopefully to a career that isn't in hockey (unless it's coaching etc.).  The Devils should not consider signing him to a contract - frankly I'm not even sure he's good enough for the ECHL.

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Agree, wasn't trying to suggest he should have any future with the Devils. Just wondering what other career options he might have if he wants to keep playing.

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Agree, wasn't trying to suggest he should have any future with the Devils. Just wondering what other career options he might have if he wants to keep playing.

My guess is low level European leagues if any want him. Or maybe an ECHL team wants the name on their roster

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Tuesday 12/2
WHL
Kamloops defeated Saskatoon 4-3
Ryan Rehill D: +1, 2 PIM (Cross Checking)
Season: 27 GP 2-7-9, +2, 78 PIM

Note:
-- Steve Santini and Miles Wood were named to the USA WJC team preliminary roster. Training camp is December 16-19 in Boston before moving to Kingston, Ontario from December 21-24 for pre-tournament games and practices. Santini's availability will probably come down to the wire due to his recovery from a wrist injury and expected return for Boston College in January. I'm shocked but pleased to see Wood make it on the camp roster.

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Wednesday 12/3
WHL
Brandon lost to Regina 4-2
John Quenneville C: -1, 2 PIM (Goaltender Interference)
Season: 21 GP 9-13-22, +7, 18 PIM

-- Just 7 points in his last 12 games.

KHL
Dinamo Minsk defeated Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 5-4
Artur Gavrus LW: -1, 1 Shot, 2/2 Faceoffs, 10:01 TOI, 3 Hits
Season: 29 GP 5-3-8, -5, 10 PIM, 12.2 SH%, 1.4 SH/GP, 40.0 FO%, 12:29 ATOI

USHS
Noble & Greenough defeated Pomfret 3-0
Miles Wood F: Looks like he at least had an assist tonight.

-- Looks like this was their season opener and their game the other day was a pre-season match. I'll do my best to update his stats throughout the year but they are hard to come by.

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