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Re: Repêchage 2018
« Reply #30 on: November 27, 2017, 09:35:38 AM »

A mon avis... y`a beaucoup d`équipes qui vont tenter de faire des échanges pour améliorer leurs rang de sélection! Le repêchage va surement être très intéressant cet année!
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Re: Repêchage 2018
« Reply #31 on: November 27, 2017, 09:50:48 AM »

C'est rendu que quand un club donne un choix de 1rd , il exige la clause de la loterie même que plusieurs ... exclut le top 10 du trade et reporte ça sur l'autre année , avec un choix supplémentaire en bonus
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Re: Repêchage 2018
« Reply #32 on: November 27, 2017, 09:57:48 AM »

Sa veut tout dire!
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« Reply #33 on: November 27, 2017, 10:55:10 AM »

Depuis le début de l'année je parle de Noah Dobson et selon moi ce gars la va sortir top 10 et peut-être même devant un Quinn Hughes. L'intelligence de ce jeune là et son IQ sont dans le top top du draft. Ajoute à Ca un patineur extrêmement fluide et un gars solide défensivement.. Il n'est pas le plus flashy mais il fait toujours le bon jeu. il me rappel de Seth Jones.
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Re: Repêchage 2018
« Reply #34 on: December 02, 2017, 02:32:41 PM »

J'ai une autres question pour vous, les pro du repêchage....Alex Barre-Boulet...petit mais...ya des skill
Je sais qui a eu une essai avec un club NHL ( Vegas )...mais Vegas la tu signer ?? est il éligible pour le draft de 2018 ??
Si oui....le CH devrais jetté un coup d’œil a ce joueur...en 3-5 iemes tour...avis
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« Reply #35 on: December 02, 2017, 02:35:57 PM »

c'est un 20 ans , il était éligible en 2015

pas besoin de gaspillé quoi que ce soit pour l'obtenir
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« Reply #36 on: December 02, 2017, 03:03:13 PM »

Merci Ulysse...donc le ch pourrai lui offrir un contrat drette la ??
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« Reply #37 on: December 02, 2017, 03:06:45 PM »

je sais qu'on a eu notre lot de petit joueur...mais a laval ..y pourrai amener un peut de punch...
je l'aime bin ce joueur la...mon avis..a plus lami
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Re: Repêchage 2018
« Reply #38 on: December 03, 2017, 02:11:02 PM »

Je me suis amusé à faire un classement provisoire, notez que c'est mon classement personnel basé sur mes recherches (matchs vus en direct, matchs télévisés, stats, vidéos, autres classements, etc..)

Allez consulter le fichier Excel en pièce jointe si ça vous dis.
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Re: Repêchage 2018
« Reply #39 on: December 04, 2017, 04:48:15 PM »

Je me suis amusé à faire un classement provisoire, notez que c'est mon classement personnel basé sur mes recherches (matchs vus en direct, matchs télévisés, stats, vidéos, autres classements, etc..)

Allez consulter le fichier Excel en pièce jointe si ça vous dis.


Merci Sam....très apprécié...jusqu'en 4e ronde!!!
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Re: Repêchage 2018
« Reply #40 on: December 08, 2017, 03:58:23 PM »

Voici quelques cartes cachées qui seront probablement repêchés en 2e ronde ou plus au repêchage de cette année:



Filip Hållander (C g, 6'1'' 185 lbs): Je ne sais pas pourquoi, mais ce jeune centre suédois ne figure en 1ère ronde dans aucun classement. Pourtant, il est très bon dans la très compétitive (et pour homme) Allsvenskan. Grand, mains habiles, bon passeur, pas pire patineur.

Nathan Dunkley (C g, 5'11'' 185 lbs): Centre de gabarit moyen mais qui a du chien, un bon coup de patin et un bon sens du jeu (dans les 2 sens). Il joue dans la OHL et produit à un rythme très intéressant.

Axel Andersson (D d, 6' 175 lbs): Défenseur droitier très mobile et très intelligent. Il domine dans la SuperElit suédoise, son sens du jeu et son tir précis en font un joueur dangereux.

Dominik Bokk (AD/AG d, 6'1'' 180 lbs): Jeune allemand évoluant dans le système suédois (SuperElit), il a des mains très agiles, un bon coup de patin et une mentalité de ''sniper''. Son tir est dévastateur.  Style de jeu rappelant Phil Kessel.

Vitali Kravtsov (F g, 6'2'' 170 lbs): Un talent brut, ses mains sont débiles et a un bon coup de patin. À 6'2'' a un bon gabarit aussi. Évolue en Russie pour l'organisation de Chelyabinsk (KHL).

Martin Kaut (AD d, 6'1'' 175 lbs): Jeune Tchèque évoluant contre des hommes dans la Czech Extraliga. Il fait bien, on le remarque par son très bon sens du jeu et ses mains vives. Patine aussi avec aisance.

Jakub Lauko (C/AG g, 6'1'' 170 lbs): Un autre jeune Tchèque évoluant dans la Czech Extraliga. C'est un centre habile techniquement qui est responsable dans les 3 zones.

Jonatan Berggren (C/AD g, 5'10'' 185 lbs): Petite dynamo offensive, les habiletés techniques sont là ainsi que le sens du jeu. Très bon coup de patin. Joue et produit à un très bon rythme dans la SuperElit suédoise.

Blake McLaughlin (C g, 5'11'' 160 lbs): Jeune américain qui excelle dans la USHL. Excellent coup de patin et très bon fabricant de jeu.

Marcus Westfält (C/AG g, 6'3'' 205 lbs): Gros centre qui protège bien la rondelle et charge le filet adverse. Son patin n'est pas élite mais le reste de sa game est très bon.

Danila Zhuravlyov (D g, 6' 160 lbs): Défenseur évoluant dans la MHL (junior russe). Il a un tir canon, son tir du poignet est très précis. Coup de patin fluide, il est mobile latéralement.

Cole Fonstad (C/AG g, 5'10'' 160 lbs): Petit centre évoluant dans la WHL. Malgré un coup de patin pas aussi explosif (mais bon quand même) qu'on pourrait s'attendre d'un petit joueur offensif, il compense par un sens du jeu et une créativité nettement au-dessus de la moyenne. Ses mains sont extrêmement agiles et il a des yeux tout le tour de la tête.

Alexander Zhabreyev (C g, 5'7'' 160 lbs): Une vraie petite fusée. Il a un tir ultra précis, est ultra rapide, a des mains de fée, anticipe et voit très bien le jeu. Il n'a pas peur d'aller là où ça fait mal pour marquer, malgré son petit gabarit. Il a du Martin St-Louis dans le nez (style de jeu).

Curtis Hall (C d, 6'2'' 195 lbs): Gros centre droitier qui aime foncer au filet et marquer des buts de power foward. A un très bon tir et son coup de patin est bon.

Nicolas Beaudin (D g, 5'10'' 160 lbs): Petit défenseur québécois qui a un excellent sens du jeu. Il fait 1 pt/match présentement dans la LHJMQ. Son coup de patin est bon, son tir aussi, mais c'est la qualité de son jeu de passe qui le rend intéressant.

David Lilja (C g, 5'11'' 170 lbs): Centre typique suédois qui est très bon fabricant de jeu et très responsable dans toutes les sphères du jeu. Joue dans l'Allsvenskan et fait très bien (contre des hommes).

Jacob Ragnarsson (D g, 6' 175 lbs): Fils de l'ancien de la NHL Marcus Ragnarsson. Il n'y a rien de très ''flashy'' dans son jeu mais il patine bien, fait une bonne 1ère première passe et a un tir précis de la pointe. Lui aussi fait très bien dans l'Allsvenskan.

Ruslan Iskhakov  (F g, 5'7'' 150 lbs): Un autre attaquant russe miniature, mais rempli d'habiletés et de vitesse. Pourrait être un bon choix de fin de repêchage.
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Re: Repêchage 2018
« Reply #41 on: December 10, 2017, 01:01:02 AM »

Nouvelle liste de Sportsnet:

Sam Cosentino
December 6, 2017, 11:28 AM
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Ramping up to the world juniors isn’t only fun for the fan, it is also a time when scouts can get several viewings of high-end, first-year draft eligible playing against older, stronger and extremely talented competition.

Being able to watch those players compete on teams where the talent level is elite also gives scouts the chance to see how much a player drives the play. After conferring with a network of hockey people ranging from scouts to agents, coaches and GMs, here’s Sportsnet’s December draft rankings.

Make no mistake about it, this class is high on defencemen. Teams picking early will have their choice of what type of defenceman they want. As has been the trend over the past few years, smaller, puck-moving and smooth-skating defencemen are spread out all over the first round.

1. Rasmus Dahlin, D, 6-foot-2, 183 pounds (Frolunda, SHL): Nothing has changed in the eyes of scouts and the Olympics will likely prove that he’ll be ready to play in the NHL as early as next season.


2. Andrei Svechnikov, RW, 6-foot-2, 186 pounds (Barrie Colts, OHL): Despite missing more than 15 games, his stock hasn’t fallen. Early-season viewings have everyone on board. He approaches the game like a pro both on and off the ice.

3. Adam Boqvist, D, 5-foot-11, 170 pounds (Brynas Jr.): Not as well-rounded as Dahlin in terms of his two-way game, but the offensive side is right in the neighbourhood. Has a knack for gauging the urgency of a play and adapting his puck skills to execute that play.

4. Filip Zadina, RW, 6-foot, 196 pounds (Halifax Mooseheads, QMJHL): Has transitioned well to the North American game with an intense will to get into the home-plate area. There are no deficiencies in his game and he’s loaded with character. Zadina may not exactly be Nico Hischier, but he’s not too far behind.

5. Brady Tkachuk, LW, 6-foot-3, 196 pounds (Boston University, NCAA): It took the underage freshman 14 games to score his first collegiate goal. Having said that, look for him to trend upward in the points department. Regardless of offensive production however, he’s got size, grit and thoroughly enjoys being a net-front nuisance.

6. Noah Dobson, D, 6-foot-2, 180 pounds (Acadie-Bathurst Titan, QMJHL): No one player has opened more eyes since the start of the season. He’s experienced a meteoric rise up everyone’s list. Offensively, there is no limit to what he can do. The package includes size, skating and the ability to pace the game from the right side.

7. Oliver Wahlstrom, RW, 6-foot-1, 205 pounds (USNDTP): As a go-to for the US under-18 program, Wahlstrom has positioned himself as a shoot-first option. He has size and strength and when he’s on, his game has a pro-feel to it.

8. Quinn Hughes, D, 5-foot-9, 170 pounds (U of Michigan, NCAA): Hasn’t scored since Michigan’s season opener, but that hasn’t stopped him from shooting. Dishing hasn’t been an issue as he leads all Wolverines defencemen in assists. His greatest asset is his poise with the puck and world-class vision.

9. Rasmus Kupari, C, 6-foot-1, 183 pounds (Karpat, Finnish Liiga): Possesses a dynamic skill set. He gets around the ice well and can handle the puck at high speeds and while changing pace. Has shown strength and that is clearly evident in his shot. Making Finland’s world junior team would go a long way in determining his final draft ranking.

10. Jared McIsaac, D, 6-foot-1, 195 pounds (Halifax Mooseheads, QMJHL): Hard-nosed kid who has settled in after a slow start to the season. Has an acute ability to raise his level of play when the competition calls for it. He has a solid defensive foundation that puts him near the head of this D class.

11. Joel Farabee, LW, 6-foot, 164 pounds (USNTDP): Super slick playmaker from the wing. He has excellent vision and playmaking abilities. Somewhat slight of frame, but is slippery enough to avoid big contact.

12. Ty Smith, D, 5-foot-11, 176 pounds (Spokane Chiefs, WHL): If the on-ice package isn’t enough, look no further than character for this smooth-skating defenceman who projects to someday wear a letter in the show.

13. Bode Wilde, D, 6-foot-2, 197 pounds (USNTDP): Great skater, big shot, enjoys the offensive side of the game. Athletic genes have put him on a pro path since early in his minor hockey career.

14. Evan Bouchard, D, 6-foot-2, 193 pounds (London Knights, OHL): Thinks the game at such a high level that he never panics with the puck. Given more minutes with the opportunity to produce, he’s responded to the challenge.

15. Grigori Denisenko, LW, 5-foot-11, 175 pounds (Yaroslavl, MHL): Injured early in the scouting season, Denisenko has returned with a vengeance. He’s got magic hands, a good shot and is an unselfish player.

16. Joseph Veleno, C, 6-foot-1, 195 pounds (Saint John Sea Dogs QMJHL): It’s hard to look at the numbers (28 points in 30 games) as a gauge for this third-year junior. What was impressive was his showing in both of the CIBC Canada/Russia series games with the QMJHL where he displayed a wide array of assets not dissimilar to his performance in the 2017 Mastercard Memorial Cup.

17. Mattias Samuelsson, D, 6-foot-3, 217 pounds (USNTDP): Size and NHL bloodlines always play when it comes to the draft. Add to that an old-school element to playing defence, mix-in some offensive upside, and you have a first-rounder.

18. Jack McBain, C, 6-foot-3, 196 pounds (Toronto Junior Canadiens, OJHL): Continues to prove that he is amongst the league’s super elite. The upcoming 2017 World Jr. A Challenge will draw the eye of several scouts as he takes a step up in competition.

19. Vitali Kravtsov, RW, 6-foot-2, 170 pounds (Chelyabinsk, KHL): The youngest player to score a goal in the KHL championship, Kravtsov is highly skilled. From an offensive perspective, he’s got sick skill that checks all the boxes.

20. Isac Lundestrom, C/LW, 6-foot-1, 185 pounds (Lulea, SHL): A converted defenceman competing in his second SHL season, Lundestrom has been mentored by his older brother. He has an intense desire to excel at the pro level with amazing instincts and a unique ability to make plays under duress with great patience.

21. Barrett Hayton, C, 6-foot-1, 185 pounds (Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, OHL): A jack of all trades type of player who excels in the prototypical 200-foot game. Is making the most out of increased offensive opportunities.

22. Jett Woo, D, 5-foot-11, 205 pounds (Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL): Projecting what Woo will become has been problematic for scouts all season long and him missing the better part of a month to injury has not helped. At his best Woo is an agitator whose physical play forces you to be aware when he’s on the ice. He has big character and compete, but just where does his offensive upside project? He has 17 points in 18 games this season.

23. Ryan McLeod, C, 6-foot-2, 200 pounds (Mississauga Steelheads, OHL): Scouts will be looking to see how he reacts to a role change with the return of his older brother Michael and Owen Tippett from the NHL

24. Jacob Olofsson, C, 6-foot-1, 192 pounds (Timra, Allsvenskan): Nothing about his game jumps out at you, but then again there are few if any glaring weaknesses. He does lean slightly towards the power forward end of the spectrum with his puck protection abilities and strength.

25. Serron Noel, RW, 6-foot-5, 201 pounds (Oshawa Generals, OHL): Was a bit of a surprise debuting in our October edition of the draft rankings, but he’s a surprise no more. While consistency is a concern, there’s no denying his nose for the net.

26. Ryan Merkley, D, 5-foot-11, 170 pounds (Guelph Storm, OHL): It’s tough to extract the riverboat gambler out of his game, but then again, why would you want to? His defensive deficiencies are still overshadowed by his unique ability to do things offensively. He is extremely confident in magic puck-handling skills.

27. Benoit-Olivier Groulx, C, 6-foot-1, 192 pounds (Halifax Mooseheads, QMJHL): Being reunited with Max Fortier has allowed Groulx to speed up development in his offensive game. He has enough sneaky skill that when you consider his bite, it lets you project him in a variety of roles at the next level.

28. Alexander Alexeyev, D, 6-foot-3, 200 pounds (Red Deer Rebels, WHL): Red Deer head coach Brent Sutter isn’t easily impressed, but Alexeyev has done it all for the Rebels in what has been a difficult first half. While he doesn’t overly impress in any one area, he’s been admittedly overplayed by Sutter.

29. Akil Thomas, C, 5-foot-11, 170 pounds (Niagara Ice Dogs, OHL): There is an element of him that leaves you wanting more, but having said that, what you see and what you get on a nightly basis is still pretty good.

30. K’Andre Miller, D, 6-foot-3, 206 pounds (USNTDP): Still viewed as raw, but talented. There is potential to add weight and strength to an already solid frame. His skill set isn’t always on display, but it is present and as he grows into his body, Miller could turn into a sneaky late first-round pick

31. Dominik Bokk, RW, 6-foot-1, 180 pounds (Vaxjo, SHL): Chose to play in Sweden as opposed to coming over and following in the foots
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