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    Just a thread to keep track of our boys in the system, jori if you can help add some info that would really help i know you keep an eye on that stuff.
    Last edited by Bronx33; 10-24-2006, 10:59 AM.

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    JOHNNY BOYCHUK D 6' 2" 225 Edmonton, Alberta
    CODEY BURKI C 6' 0" 190 Winnipeg, Manitoba
    MICHAEL CARMAN C 6' 0" 180 Augusta, Georgia
    J.D. CORBIN LW 5' 10" 185 Littleton, Colorado
    KYLE CUMISKEY D 5' 10" 185 Abbotsford, B.C.
    DAN DaSILVA RW 6' 1" 195 Saskatoon, Sask.
    RICHARD DEMEN-WILLAUME D 6' 3" 210 Olmevalla, Sweden
    CHRIS DURAND C 6' 1" 190 Saskatoon, Sask.
    JEFF FINGER D 6' 1" 205 Houghton, Michigan
    TOM FRITSCHE LW 5' 11" 183 Parma, Ohio
    BEN GUITE RW 6' 1" 211 Montreal, Quebec
    RIKU HAHL C 6' 1" 205 Hameenlinna, Finland
    BRETT HEMINGWAY RW 6' 1" 185 Yorkton, Saskatchewan
    T.J. HENSICK C 5' 10" 185 Lansing, Mich.
    DAVID JONES RW 6' 2" 220 Guelph, Ontario
    SANNY LINDSTROM D 6' 2" 205 Stockholm, Sweden
    MITCH LOVE D 6' 0" 200 Quesnel, B.C.
    RAYMOND MACIAS D 6' 2" 195 Long Beach, Calif.
    STEPHEN McCLELLAN D 6' 1" 180 Boston, Massachusetts
    MARK McCUTCHEON C 6' 0" 190 Ithaca, New York
    CODY McLEOD LW 6' 2" 210 Binscarth, Manitoba
    JUSTIN MERCIER C 5' 11" 190 Erie, Pennsylvannia
    KEVIN MONTGOMERY D 6' 1" 185 Rochester, New York
    MATT MURLEY LW 6' 1" 206 Troy, New York
    VICTOR ORESKOVICH RW 6' 3" 215 Whitby, Ontario
    DENIS PARSHIN LW 5' 10" 165 Rybinsk, Russia
    DEREK PELTIER D 5' 11" 190 Plymouth, Minnesota
    RYAN STEEVES C 6' 0" 200 Rockland, Ontario
    CHRIS STEWART RW 6' 2" 228 Toronto, Ontario
    RYAN STOA C 6' 3" 200 Bloomington, Minnesota
    DAVID SVAGROVSKY RW 6' 3" 200 Prague, Czech Republic
    MICHAEL VERNACE D 6' 2" 200 Toronto, Ontario
    LINUS VIDELL LW 6' 3" 215 Skarpnack, Sweden
    NIGEL WILLIAMS D 6' 4" 226 Aurora, Illinois
    BRANDON YIP RW 6' 1" 170 Vancouver, British Columbia


    PETR FRANEK 5-11 185 Most, Czech Republic
    IAN KESERICH 6' 2" 190 Cleveland, Ohio
    VITALY KOLESNIK 6' 2" 198 Kazakhstan
    BILLY SAUER 6' 2" 170 Rochester, New York
    TYLER WEIMAN 5' 11" 180 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
    Last edited by Bronx33; 10-24-2006, 12:53 PM.


    • #3
      I can always post my updates here like I do on HockeysFuture.


      • #4
        Originally posted by Jori View Post
        I can always post my updates here like I do on HockeysFuture.
        Thats cool jori, that's exactly what i was looking at when i asked.


        • #5
          This is a few days old but 2 games into the CHL season and colorado prospect ryan steeves has three goals...


          • #6
            Wheaties To Send Three To Chl Challenge

            Codey Burki and second year center Andrew Clark named to CHL challenge


            Calgary, Alberta -- The Canadian Hockey League has announced the roster of players for Team WHL who will compete in the 2006 ADT Canada Russia Challenge next month in B.C. and the Eastern Division leading Brandon Wheat Kings will be well represented.

            Among the eighteen forwards named were Colorado Avalanche second round draft choice Codey Burki and second year center Andrew Clark. Nine defencemen were chosen inlcuding 19-year old Dustin Kohn. Sharing the netminding will be Leland Irving of the Everett Silvertips and Tri-Cities' Carey Price, who beat out Brandon's Tyler Plante.

            A 19-year old native of Winnipeg, Burki is currently fifth in league scoring with eleven goals and 20 points in fourteen games. In 207 career WHL games, Brandon's former first round bantam draft choice has 49 goals and 116 points entering Friday night's game against the Bruins in Chilliwack.

            A second round draft choice of the National Hockey League's New York Islanders, Kohn has two goals and 15 points in fourteen games this season and is third in scoring among WHL blueliners. In 204 career games, the former Calgary Hitmen has 96 points including seventeen goals.

            Clark meanwhile is a former Manitoba Junior Hockey League Rookie All Star with the Neepawa Natives and is off to a terrific start this season. An 18-year old Brandon product, Clark is tied for eighth in WHL scoring this season with seven goals and 19 points and enters weekend play having scored at least a point in six of his last seven games.

            Clark and Burki are two of five Manitobans to be selected. Joining them will be Brandon product Ryan White and St. Lazare's Brodie Dupont of the Calgary Hitmen as well as Medicine Hat's Darren Helm of St. Andrews.

            The WHL All Stars, coached by Medicine Hat's Will Desjardins, Don Hay of Vancouver and Curtis Hunt of the Regina Pats.

            The six game series, that begins with games between Russia and both the QMJHL and Ontario Hockey League all stars, will conclude with games on November 29th in Chilliwack and November 30th in Kamloops. All six games will be televised on Rogers Sportsnet.

            Following is a list of the remaining players on the WHL All Star roster:

            Zack Boychuk, Lethbridge Hurricanes

            Nick Drazenovic, Prince George Cougars

            Colton Gillies, Saskatoon Blades

            Zach Hamill, Everett Silvertips

            Adam Hobson, Spokane Chiefs

            Riley Holzapfel, Moose Jaw Warriors

            Spencer Machacek, Vancouver Giants

            Ben Maxwell, Kootenay Ice

            Kenndal McArdle, Moose Jaw Warriors

            Ryan Russell, Kootenay Ice

            Devin Setoguchi, Prince George Cougars

            Brandon Sutter, Red Deer Rebels

            J.D. Watt, Vancouver Giants

            Karl Alzner, Calgary Hitmen

            Keaton Ellerby, Kamloops Blazers

            Taylor Ellington, Everett Silvertips

            Cody Franson, Vancouver Giants

            Scott Jackson, Seattle Thunderbirds

            Brendan Mikkelson, Vancouver Giants

            Kris Russell, Medicine Hat Tigers

            Ty Wishart, Prince George Cougars

            Clark, Kohn and Burki and the Wheat Kings will continue their 6-game west coast road trip Friday night in Chilliwack against the Bruins. Friday's game will be the first of three in three nights for the Wheats, who play in Kelowna on Saturday and Kamloops on Sunday night against Dean Clark's Blazers.


            • #7
              NCAA Report – Thursday, October 26, 2006

              Massachusetts edges New Hampshire 3-2. Brett Hemingway had one assist and was plus one of the game. Hemingway has four assists in his first three games.

              Cornell beats Robert Morris 4-1. Mark McCutcheon was pointless, had three shots on goal and finished even. McCutcheon was penalized for tripping in the first period.

              Upcoming Games – Friday, October 27, 2006:

              Ohio State @ Northern Michigan 5:35 PM MST
              Bowling Green @ Miami 5:35 PM MST
              Harvard @ Dartmouth 5:00 PM MST
              Massachusetts-Lowell @ Boston University 5:00 PM MST
              Colorado College @ Minnesota 6:05 PM MST
              Denver @ Minnesota-Duluth 6:05 PM MST
              Boston College @ Wisconsin 6:05 PM MST
              Northeastern @ Michigan 5:35 PM MST


              • #8
                New Hockeys Future prospect rankings...Avs move up from #23 to #20:

                Strengths: Wojtek Wolski will play his first full year in the NHL this season, and should be a contender for the Calder Trophy as top rookie. Paul Stastny has made the team as a rookie and is contributing as well. Injuries opened the door to allow Brad Richardson into the Avalanche lineup last year. Most of the remaining forwards of note play in the NCAA, which means the Avalanche can wait for them to develop and not use up valuable years of pro experience under the new CBA.
                Weaknesses: Top goaltending prospect Peter Budaj has been inconsistent between the pipes for Colorado and there is little behind him. The Avalanche blue line is also woefully thin, with Johnny Boychuk the only prospect who is anywhere close to making the jump to the NHL. The Avalanche will need to upgrade their prospects on defense, especially with an aging blue line in the NHL.
                Top Five Prospects: Wojtek Wolski (LW), Ryan Stoa (C), Paul Stastny (C), Chris Stewart (RW), Brad Richardson (C)



                • #9
                  NCAA Report – Friday, October 27, 2006

                  Dartmouth opens up their regular season with a 5-2 win over Harvard. David Jones scored once and added two assists. He had two shots on goal and finished plus two for the game. Jones skated on a line with Nick Johnson and Tanner Glass. Jones was named the second star.

                  Massachusetts-Lowell upsets Boston University with a 2-1 win. Brandon Yip is out indefinitely with a separated shoulder.

                  Minnesota shuts out Colorado College 2-0. Ryan Stoa was held pointless, had four shots on goal and finished even for the game. Michael Carman was thrown out of the game in the first period for a hit from behind. In his brief appearance he had one shot on goal. Derek Peltier had one shot and was plus one. Peltier was paired with Erik Johnson.

                  Minnesota-Duluth beats Denver in overtime 2-1. The Pioneers were 0-7 on the power play. Recap

                  Boston College shuts out Wisconsin 3-0. Nigel Williams did not play.

                  Miami edges Bowling Green 4-3. Justin Mercier had no points, three shots on goal and was minus two. Mercier skated on a line with Nino Musitelli and Marty Guerin.

                  Northern Michigan shuts out Ohio State 2-0. Kevin Montgomery had two shots on goal and finished even.

                  Michigan beats Northeastern in overtime 4-3. TJ Hensick had two assists (both on the power play), no shots on goal and finished even. He was named the third star. Billy Sauer made 20 saves and improved his record to 4-1-0.

                  Upcoming Games – Saturday, October 28, 2006:

                  Ohio State @ Northern Michigan 5:35 PM MST
                  Bowling Green @ Miami 5:05 PM MST
                  Colorado College @ Minnesota 6:05 PM MST
                  Denver @ Minnesota-Duluth 6:05 PM MST
                  Yale @ New Hampshire 5:00 PM MST
                  Boston College @ Wisconsin 6:05 PM MST
                  RIT @ Cornell 6:00 PM MST
                  Northeastern @ Michigan 5:35 PM MST


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                    Hershey edges Albany 4-3. Kyle Cumiskey returns from his injury.



                    Kingston doubles up Sault Ste. Marie 6-3. We have a Chris Stewart sighting! Stewart scored four goals and added an assist. Chris was not penalized and was named the first star of the game. (Let's hope that things get back on track for Stewart.)

                    Kitchener hammers Peterborough 7-1. Victor Oreskovich finished with one assist.


                    Seattle edges Spokane 4-3. Give Durand credit, he's at least good at taking penalties. Durand received a five minute fighting major in the first period and a game misconduct in the second. It was a penalty fest for both clubs.

                    Chilliwack wins 4-2 over Brandon. Codey Burki scored both Wheat Kings goals. Burki is third overall in WHL scoring with 23 points in 15 games.

                    Portland thumps Kamloops 6-3. No points for Macias. He is 8th in the WHL for defensemen in scoring.

                    Central Hockey League

                    Arizona beats New Mexico 3-1. Both Steeves and Vernace were pointless. Kris Mayotte did not make the start. Richard Demen-Willaume did not play; in fact, he's not listed on the Sundog's roster.

                    Last edited by Jori; 10-27-2006, 10:34 PM.


                    • #11
                      I think Richard Demen-Willaume is playing for rotunda HC Goteborg my swedish sucks still looking for a site i can read.


                      • #12
                        NCAA Report – Saturday, October 28, 2006

                        Yale beats New Hampshire 4-3 in overtime. Brett Hemingway had one assist, four shots on goal and finished even. Hemingway was penalized for holding in the first period. He was tossed out of the game in the third period for a hit from behind.

                        Miami shuts out Bowling Green 3-0. Justin Mercier was held pointless, had two shots on goal and finished even. He was penalized for tripping in the first period.

                        Minnesota hammers Colorado College 8-1. The Gophers held the Tigers to a total of 12 shots. Ryan Stoa scored on his only shot and was plus three for the game. Michael Carman scored a short handed goal and had three shots. He was penalized for elbowing in the third period and finished plus one. Derek Peltier had no points, no shots and was plus two. He took one penalty in the third period for tripping.

                        Denver rebounds with a 4-2 win over Minnesota-Duluth. Recap

                        Boston College sweeps a two game set over Wisconsin with a 4-1 win. Nigel Williams did not play.

                        Ohio State doubles up Northern Michigan 4-2. Kevin Montgomery had no points, two shots on goal and was minus one. Montgomery is still looking for his first NCAA point.

                        Northeastern edges Michigan 3-2. The Wolverines out shot the Huskies 47-20. TJ Hensick assisted on both Michigan goals. He had four shots on goal, was plus one for the game and named the third star. Billy Sauer made 17 saves and dropped his record to 4-2-0.

                        Cornell beats RIT 5-3. Mark McCutcheon scored once on two shots. McCutcheon was penalized for goaltender interference in the first period.

                        Upcoming Games – Sunday, October 29, 2006:

                        Vermont @ Dartmouth 5:00 PM MST


                        • #13

                          Hershey shuts out Albany 5-0. Tyler Weiman made 34 saves.



                          Kitchener shuts out Plymouth 3-0. Victor Oreskovich had one assist.


                          Brandon throttles Kelowna 7-1. Codey Burki had one assist. Durand's offensive woes continue.

                          Kamloops gets a 2-1 shoot-out win over Seattle. Raymond Macias scored in regulation and missed in the shoot-out.


                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Bronx33 View Post
                            I think Richard Demen-Willaume is playing for rotunda HC Goteborg my swedish sucks still looking for a site i can read.
                            At last check on Wednesday afternoon [October 25, 2005], defenseman Richard Demen-Willaume and left winger Christian Hommel had still not cleared immigration.


                            • #15

                              Kitchener edges Missassauga 4-3. No points for Victor tonight. He was penalized once for slashing in the third period.

                              Oshawa beats Kingston in a scoring fest 8-6. Chris Stewart had a goal and an assist.


                              Tri-City nips Seattle 3-2. Brace yourselves...Chris Durand scored
                              He was penalized twice and finished plus one for the game.

                              Kamloops beats Brandon 5-2. Raymond Macias had three assists and finished plus three. Codey Bruki had one assist.


                              Dartmouth trips up Vermont 3-2. David Jones had two assists, three shots on goal and finished even. Jones had the primary assist on the game winning goal and he was named the second star of the game.

                              Central Hockey League

                              Arizona beats Amarillo in a shoot-out 5-4. Kris Mayotte made 37 saves. Recap