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BUFFALO NATIVE TOPS DRAFT BOARDS

Monday, 06.11.2007 / 9:00 AM / News
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BUFFALO NATIVE TOPS DRAFT BOARDS
Four of the most widely viewed Top 10 prospect lists all have Buffalo native Pat Kane as the consensus first-overall pick in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft.  That about the only position in which they all agree.

Below are the top ten prospects according to McKeen Hockey, Hockey News, USA Today, and TSN.  Click on the name of each potential draftee to read a bio and view video about him.


McKeen's Hockey
1. Patrick Kane
2. Kyle Turris
3. Jakub Voracek
4. Karl Alzner
5. Alexei Cherepanov
6. James Van Riemsdyk
7. Kevin Shattenkirk
8. Sam Gagner
9. Ryan McDonagh
10. Zach Hamill
Hockey News
1. Patrick Kane
2. James Van Riemsdyk
3. Kyle Turris
4. Jakub Voracek
5. Alexei Cherepanov
6. Sam Gagner
7. Logan Couture
8. Karl Alzner
9. Angelo Esposito
10. Brandon Sutter

International Scouting Services
1. Patrick Kane
2. James Van Riemsdyk
3. Kyle Turris
4. Alexei Cherepanov
5. Jakub Voracek
6. Karl Alzner
7. Sam Gagner
8. Maxim Mayorov
9. Keaton Ellerby
10. Mikael Backlund
*Source: TSN
Red Line Report
1. Patrick Kane
2. Jakub Voracek
3. Kyle Turris
4. James Van Riemsdyk
5. Sam Gagner
6. Logan Couture
7. Zach Hamill
8. Alexei Cherepanov
9. Angelo Esposito
10. Oscar Moller
*Source: USA Today

Bios for each prospect listed in one of the four lists above (listed in alphabetical order)

KARL ALZNER

Calgary -- WHL
6'2", 206 lbs. Defense, shoots left
Born: September 24, 1988 in Burnaby, British Columbia
Final CSS Ranking: 5 • Mid-Term Ranking: 8 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K
Draft Feature: 300K | 700K
Draft Luncheon: 500K

Central Scouting Report: A skilled stay-at-home defenseman with good skating ability… is calm under pressure and composed with the puck… has good positioning and reads the play well… has a strong shot from the point… wins battles along the boards and in his own zone… needs to improve his acceleration and his ability to change tempo throughout the game.

Hockey Profile: Named a 2006-07 Eastern Conference Second Team All-Star after finishing the season with 47 points (8-39-47) and a plus-16 rating… was a member of Team Canada’s gold medal-winning team at the 2007 World Junior Championships in Sweden – helped Canada win their third straight gold medal with six consecutive wins and only seven goals against in the tournament… selected as one of 40 draft-eligible players to play in the 2007 CHL Top Prospects Game… in the 2006 Canada-Russia Challenge, competed for Team WHL in the two game All-Star series against Team Russia… had a plus-14 rating along with 24 points (4-20-24) in 70 games during the 2005-06 season with the Calgary Hitmen... was Calgary’s Scholastic Player-of-the-Year in 2005 and 2006 – award is based on a combination of academic and hockey achievement …won a gold medal with Canada at the 2005 Under-18 Junior World Cup… played his minor hockey for the Burnaby Winter Club and was named the B.C. Minor Hockey Player of the Year in 2002.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Calgary WHL 63 8 39 47 32

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MIKAEL BACKLUND

Vasteras • Sweden-2
6'0", 194 lbs. Center, shoots left
Born: March 17, 1989 in Vasteras, Sweden
Final Ranking: 2 • Mid-Term Ranking: 2 • European Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K

Central Scouting Report: A smart center with excellent speed… has soft hands and high-end passing ability… sees the ice well and has good hockey sense… has a strong shot and a nose for the net… did not play a lot this season due to injury… helped lead Team Sweden to a bronze medal at the 2007 Under-18 World Championships after defeating Canada 8-3… was the leading goalscorer (7) at the Under-18 World Championships… was named Most Valuable Player of the 2006 Mac’s Midget Tournament.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Vasteras SWE-2 41 20 26 46 60

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ALEXEI CHEREPANOV
Omsk • Russia
6'0", 183 lbs. Right wing, shoots left
Born: January 15, 1989 in Barnaul, Russia
Final Ranking: 1 • Mid-Term Ranking: 1 • European Skater

Central Scouting Report: An offensive winger with great acceleration and a nose for the net… has a quick release and can shoot at top speed… has good puckhandling and makes good decisions with the puck… works hard at both ends of the ice… doesn’t shy away from being hit, but needs to add a physical presence to his game and improve his consistency from game to game.

Hockey Profile: named the Top Forward at the 2007 World Junior Championships where he helped lead Team Russia to a silver medal – he led all scorers with eight points (5-3-8) and was also selected to the Tournament All-Star Team … won a gold medal at the 2007 Under-18 World Championships… set the record for goals by a rookie (18) in 2006-07 with Omsk surpassing Pavel Bure’s record (17) set in 1988-89 with the Red Army (CSKA Moscow)… nicknamed the Siberian Express… his 29 points as a 17-year-old are more than Pittsburgh’s Evgeni Malkin,Washington’s Alex Ovechkin and Atlanta’s Ilya Kovalchuk scored in their first year in the Russian Super League.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Omsk RUS 46 18 11 29 45

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LOGAN COUTURE
Ottawa • OHL
6'1", 195 lbs. Center, shoots left
Born: March 28, 1989 in Guelph, Ontario
Final Ranking: 19 • Mid-Term Ranking: 11 • North American Skater
Draft Feature:  300K | 700K

Central Scouting Report: A skilled forward with good playmaking skills… has good offensive instincts and sees the ice well… plays with energy and protects the puck well using his long reach and good-sized frame… needs to be tougher in traffic as well as in the defensive end… needs to improve his balance.

Hockey Profile: Selected to play for the Eastern Conference at the 2007 OHL All-Star Classic – won the shooting accuracy competition for Team West hitting four targets on five shots and had three points in the game (1-2-3)… was one of 40 draft-eligible prospects selected to participate in the 2007 CHL Top Prospects Game… competed in the Canada-Russia Challenge in 2006 for the OHL All-Stars… was second in voting for OHL Rookie-of-the-Year in 2005-06 with 64 points (25-39-67) in 65 games played… attended Team Canada Selection camp for the 2006 Junior World Cup, but was left off the team due to an injury sustained at camp… played for Team Ontario at the 2006 Under-17 World Championships… Rookie-of-the-Year in the Western Junior B league with the St. Thomas Stars in 2004-05 – had 24 goals and 46 points in the regular season along with 13 points in 16 playoff games.
Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Ottawa OHL 54 26 52 78 24

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KEATON ELLERBY
Kamloops • WHL
6'4", 186 lbs. Defense, shoots left
Born: November 5, 1988 in Strathmore, Alberta
Final Ranking: 4 • Mid-Term Ranking: 6 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K
Draft Feature:  300K | 700K
Prospect Luncheon: 500K

Central Scouting Report:
A playmaking offensive defenseman that finishes his checks well… is a good skater with great mobility… has a good active stick and uses his reach effectively… handles the puck well and is a heads up player.

Hockey Profile: Completed his third season with the Kamloops Blazers in 2006-07… his cousin, Shane Doan of the Coyotes, also played for the Blazers (1992-1995) – “it’s nice to have a guy like Shane to talk to and get advice from”… won the hardest shot competition at the 2007 CHL Top Prospects Game with his shot registering at 94.2 miles and 95.6 per-hour… attended Team Canada’s Selection camp for the 2007 World Junior Championships… played for Team WHL at the 2006 Canada-Russia Challenge… helped Team

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Kamloops WHL 69 2 23 25 120

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ANGELO ESPOSITO
Quebec • QMJHL
6'1", 180 lbs. Center, shoots left
Born: February 20, 1989 in Montreal, Quebec
Final Ranking: 8 • Mid-Term Ranking: 1 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K
Draft Feature: 300K | 700K

Central Scouting Report: A skilled forward with excellent skating ability… his top-end speed and mobility backs off defenders… sees the ice well and has the ability to make pin-point passes… not afraid to go to the net… needs to increase his physical presence and his play in traffic… needs to show more consistency.

Hockey Profile: Participated in the 2007 CHL Top Prospects Game on Team White for Scotty Bowman and Jacques Demers… was named QMJHL Player of the Week on Nov. 16, 2006 after registering 11 points (4-7-11) in three games… had three assists for Team QMJHL in the two-game All-Star series, 2006 Canada-Russia Challenge … member of the 2006 Memorial Cup Champion Quebec Remparts, posting five points (1-4-5) in four Memorial Cup games… awarded the Michel Bergeron Trophy as the QMJHL’s Top Offensive Rookie in 2005-06… named to the QMJHL All-Rookie Team in 2005-06… attended Team Canada’s selection camp for the 2007 World Junior Championships… captained Team Canada to a gold medal at the Under-18 Junior World Cup in the Czech Republic in 2006.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Quebec QMJHL 60 27 52 79 63

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SAM GAGNER
London • OHL
5'11", 191 lbs. Center/Wing, shoots right
Born: August 10, 1989 in London, Ontario
Final Ranking: 6 • Mid-Term Ranking: 3 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K
Draft Feature:  300K | 700K
Draft Luncheon:  500K

Central Scouting Report: A skilled forward with the ability to make the big plays… has very good hands and is creative with the puck… has a good wrist shot with a quick release... has high-end passing skill both forehand and backhand… sees the ice very well… reliable in the defensive end and used in critical situations… a good skater, but needs to work on his acceleration and mobility… needs to improve his ability to fight through checks.

Hockey Profile: Was the youngest member of Team Canada’s gold medal-winning team at the 2007 World Junior Championships in Sweden… member of the Western Conference All-Stars for the OHL All-Star Classic, tallying five points (1-4-5)… participated in the 2007 CHL Top Prospects Game... finished second in rookie scoring behind teammate Patrick Kane with 118 points in 53 games (35-83-118) in 2006-07… was named the OHL Player of the Week for the week ending on Oct. 15, 2006 – he had 14 points (4-10-14) in four games… played for Sioux City of the USHL, totaling 46 points (11-35-46) in 56 games in 2005-06… was named to the USHL All-Rookie Team in 2005-06… was selected to the Western Conference All-Star Team for the 2006 USHL All-Star Game.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 London OHL 53 35 83 118 36

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ZACH HAMILL
Everett • WHL
5'11", 180 lbs. Center, shoots right
Born: September 23, 1988 in Vancouver, British Columbia
Final Ranking: 9 • Mid-Term Ranking: 22 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K

Central Scouting Report: A playmaking forward with good stick-handling ability… very good on special teams, especially effective on the power-play… sees the ice well and sets up his linemates with his good passing abilities… needs to work on his acceleration and breakaway speed… sometimes needs better puck pursuit.

Hockey Profile: Captured the Bob Clarke Trophy as the WHL’s Top Scorer for 2006-07 season with 93 points (32-61-93)… named to the Western Conference Second All-Star Team and selected as the Everett Silvertips Most Valuable Player in 2006-07… WHL’s Player of the Month for January 2007 after posting 24 points (6-18-24) in 12 games… was selected as WHL Player of the Week on Jan. 28, 2007 with 13 points (4-9-13) in four games, including a franchise record tying seven-point performance (3-4-7) on Jan. 26… became the all-time franchise leader in points on Dec. 12, 2006 – has 187 points (61-126-187) in 183 regularseason games… participated in the 2007 CHL Top Prospects Game… had 59 points (21-38-59) in just 53 games in 2005-06… led all 16-year old rookies with 33 points in 2004-05 and was named the Silvertips Rookie of the Year… he played in 20 playoff games as a 15-year-old, helping the Silvertips advance to the 2004 WHL final… was the first player ever selected by Everett in the WHL Bantam Draft (1st round, 3rd overall in 2003)… played for Team Pacific at the 2005 Under-17 World Hockey Challenge where he helped his team win silver… was a key member of Canada’s gold medal winning effort at the Under-18 Junior World Cup in 2005.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Everett WHL 69 32 61 93 90

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PATRICK KANE
London • OHL
5'10", 160 lbs. Right wing, shoots left
Born: November 19, 1988 in Buffalo, New York
Final Ranking: 2 • Mid-Term Ranking: 4 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K
Draft Feature: 300K | 700K
Draft Luncheon:  500K

Central Scouting Report: A skilled playmaking forward with great hockey sense… high-end passing skill with excellent use of the saucer pass to move the puck… able to fight through checks and protect the puck… is not afraid to take the puck into traffic and can be very elusive… very good at anticipating the play and has a good wrist shot.

Hockey Profile: Captured the OHL and CHL scoring titles with 145 points (62-83-145) as a rookie in 2006-07… had nine points (5-4-9) as a member of Team USA’s bronze medal-winning team at the 2007 World Junior Championships in Sweden… fellow London Knights’ linemate Sam Gagner commented, “he’s really blown me away with his talent… he’s such a skilled guy with the puck and he has unlimited potential”… named OHL and CHL Player of the Week on Mar. 18, 2007 with 11 points (5-6-11) in two games and on Feb. 14, 2007 after posting 13 points (6-7-13) in three games… named OHL Rookie of the Month in November (9-16-25), February (13-16-29) and again in March (15-17-32) … member of the Western Conference All-Stars for the OHL All-Star Classic (2-2-4)… competed in the 2007 CHL Top Prospects Game in Quebec City... had 102 points for the U.S. National Under-18 Team in 2005-06 – setting a record for points in a season (previously held by Phil Kessel --98)…won a gold medal at the 2006 World Under-18 Championships – led the tournament in goals (7), points (12) and was named to the Tournament All-Star Team… played for the Honeybaked AAA program in Michigan before playing for the U.S. NTDP in 2005-06, where he lived with former NHLer Pat Verbeek – “he was helping us out as a coach. I remember that he said you can never take a shift off. He drilled that into my head."

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 London OHL 58 62 83 145 52

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MAXIM MAYOROV
Leninogorsk • Russia-2
6'2", 187 lbs. Wing, shoots left
Born: March 26, 1989 in Leninogorsk, Russia
Final Ranking: 4 • Mid-Term Ranking: 3 • European Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K

Central Scouting Report: A power forward that protects the puck well… is strong on his skates and has good first step quickness… has good puck skills and is effective in front of the net… has a strong physical presence, but could create more for his linemates… needs to improve the consistency of his effort… played for Team Russia at the 2007 Under-18 Five Nation Tournament.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Leninogorsk RUS-2 28 6 4 10 6

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RYAN MCDONAGH
Cretin-Derham • High-MN
6'1", 200 lbs. Defense, shoots left
Born: June 13, 1989 in St. Paul, Minnesota
Final Ranking: 11 • Mid-Term Ranking: 12 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K

Central Scouting Report: A skilled offensive defenseman with the skill to rush the puck… has good first step quickness and makes quick accurate passes in the defensive zone… has a good shot from the point… strong along the boards as well as one-on-one in the corners… has the ability to dominate a game, but needs to play to his level every night… his offensive style sometimes leads to risky decisions.

Hockey Profile: Named Minnesota’s “Mr. Hockey” in 2007, becoming the first Cretin-Derham Hall player to win the award… selected to participate in the Under-18 World Championships with the U.S. Under-18 team in 2007… won a silver medal at the 2006 Under-18 Junior World Cup as a member of Team USA… was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2006 Minnesota State Championship Tournament after he helped his team win… won a gold medal as a member of the U.S. Under-17 team at the Four Nations Tournament in 2005… will attend the University of Wisconsin in the fall of 2008.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Cretin-Derham High-MN 23 10 23 33 44

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OSCAR MOLLER
Chilliwack • WHL
5'11", 179 lbs. Center, shoots right
Born: January 22, 1989 in Stockholm, Sweden
Final Ranking: 20 • Mid-Term Ranking: 35 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K

Central Scouting Report: A playmaking forward with a good work ethic… is a two-way player that competes every shift… has good skating ability and vision… anticipates the play well and handles the puck with ease… needs to improve his ability to fight through checks and play in traffic.

Hockey Profile: His 69 points (32-37-69) in 68 games with the Bruins in 2006-07 ranked him fifth among WHL rookies… captained Team Sweden at the 2007 Under-18 World Championships… was one of 40 draft-eligible prospects selected to participate in the 2007 CHL Top Prospects Game – registered two points (1-1-2) and was named the Player of the Game for Team White… was named as the co-winner of Chilliwack’s Rookie of the Year Award in 2007… captained Team Sweden at the 2006 Under-18 Junior World Cup and finished second in scoring.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Chilliwack WHL 68 32 37 69 50

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KEVIN SHATTENKIRK
U.S. National U-18 • USDP
5'11", 193 lbs. Defense, shoots right
Born: January 29, 1989 in Greenwich, Connecticut
Final Ranking: 34 • Mid-Term Ranking: 13 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K

Central Scouting Report: An offensive defenseman with good puck skills… reads the play well and is heady in transition… has good mobility along with quick feet… needs to add a physical presence to his game… needs to improve consistency of his defensive game.

Hockey Profile: Captained the U.S. National Under-18 Team in 2006-07… helped Team USA win a silver medal at the 2006 Under-17 World Hockey Challenge – he had seven points (4-3-7) in seven games… recorded 33 points (13-20) in 53 games with the U.S National Under-17 Team in 2005-06… selected to participate in the 2007 World Championships… will be attending Boston University in the fall of 2007.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 U.S. Nat’l U-18 USDP 48 12 22 34 6

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BRANDON SUTTER
Red Deer • WHL
6'3", 170 lbs. Center/Right wing, shoots right
Born: February 14, 1989 in Huntington, New York
Final Ranking: 28 • Mid-Term Ranking: 9 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K
Draft Feature:  300K | 700K

Central Scouting Report: A skilled forward that is opportunistic in the offensive end… is very smart with the puck… has a good work ethic and excellent puck-pursuit… very versatile and used in all situations… sometimes tires at the end of shift and needs to work on his conditioning … needs to improve his one-on-one skills.

Hockey Profile: Completed his second full season in the WHL as an assistant captain of the Red Deer Rebels in 2006-07… led all WHL 16-year-old rookies with 22 goals and finished seventh among all WHL rookies with 46 points in 2005-06… nominated for Eastern Conference WHL Rookie of the Year in 2006… was a member of Team Pacific that won a silver medal at the 2006 Under-17 World Hockey Challenge… was one of three under-age players on the 2006 gold medal winning Team Canada at the Junior World Cup.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Red Deer WHL 71 20 37 57 54

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KYLE TURRIS
Burnaby • BCHL
6'1", 170 lbs. Center, shoots right
Born: August 14, 1989 in New Westminster, British Columbia
Final Ranking: 1 • Mid-Term Ranking: 5 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K
Draft Feature: 300K | 700K
Prospect Luncheon: 500K

Central Scouting Report: A skilled forward with great playmaking ability… has an accurate shot with a quick release… a fluid skater that has a nose for the net and the ability to control the flow of the game… not afraid of taking a hit and can perform under pressure… has good on-ice awareness and a good work ethic.

Hockey Profile: Reached 50-goal plateau in 39 games and had 13 multi-point games including three games with four goals in 2006-07… was second in the BCHL in scoring during the regular season with 121 points (66-55-121)… had 26 points in 14 playoff games in 2007 (12-14-26)… was named as the BCHL’s Most Valuable Player as well as the MVP and the Top Forward of the Burnaby Express in 2007… won the Royal Bank Cup in 2006 (Canada’s National Tier 2 Junior Championship) with the Burnaby Express – named the Tournament MVP after posting 13 points (7-6-13) in six games, including a hat trick in the final game… member of Team Canada’s Under-18 Team in 2006 – had a goal and an assist in helping Canada win gold at the Junior World Cup… represented Team Canada at the 2007 Under-18 World Championships in Finland… played 57 games with the Express last season posting 72 points (36-36-72).

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Burnaby BCHL 53 66 55 121 83

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JAMES van RIEMSDYK
U.S. National U-18 • USDP
6'3", 200 lbs. Left wing, shoots left
Born: May 4, 1989 in Middletown, New Jersey
Final Ranking: 3 • Mid-Term Ranking: 2 • North American Skater
Draft Feature: 300K | 700K
Prospect Luncheon: 500K

Central Scouting Report: A power forward with great physical presence and ability to protect the puck… shows good stickhandling skill… is a good skater with great acceleration… does not give up on the play and has an impressive work ethic… can play in all situations and has a hard shot.

Hockey Profile: Made his U.S. Junior Team debut at the 2007 World Junior Championship where he helped Team USA capture the bronze medal. He had a goal in Team USA’s first win of the tournament against Slovakia – “to play in the World Juniors was the thrill of a lifetime. It’s the best up and coming hockey players in the world and it was quite an honor to be there”… led his team with 63 points (33-30-63) in 42 games in 2006-07… played for the U.S. U-17 NTDP team in 2005-06 totaling 42 points (26-16-42) in 55 games… won gold with Team USA at the Under-18 IIHF World Championship… helped Team USA to a silver medal at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge where he had nine points (5-4-9) in seven games and was named to the All-Tournament Team… prior to the U.S. NTDP, he played 30 games for Christian Brothers Academy and the Brick Hockey Club collecting 60 points (36-24-60) in 2004-05… will attend the University of New Hampshire in 2007.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 U.S. Nat’l U-18 USDP 42 33 30 63 81

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JAKUB VORACEK
Halifax • QMJHL
6'1", 187 lbs. Right wing, shoots left
Born: August 15, 1989 in Kladno, Czech Republic
Final Ranking: 7 • Mid-Term Ranking: 15 • North American Skater
Scouting Video: 300K | 700K

Central Scouting Report: A skilled forward that possesses good speed… attacks with his feet moving and can execute plays at high speeds… has good passing ability and can play in traffic… shows something new on each rush… attempts risky plays that sometimes result in turnovers… needs to improve his consistency.

Hockey Profile: Awarded the 2007 Michel-Bergeron award as the QMJHL’s Top Offensive Rookie… set a new franchise record with his 56th assist in 2006-07 surpassing Ladislav Nagy’s (Dallas Stars) mark of 55 set in 1998-99… shared the Halifax Mooseheads MVP honor with teammate Andrew Bodnarchuk.Was also named Rookie of the Year and won the Fan’s Choice Award for the Mooseheads in 2006-07 season… was named QMJHL Rookie of the Month in October 2006 after totaling 18 points (6-12-18) in 11 games… was named the QMJHL Offensive Player of the Week two times this season – once on Jan. 29, 2007 after posting eight points in two games (1-7-8) and again on Mar. 5, 2007 with six points (3-3-6) in two games… participated in the 2007 CHL Top Prospects Game scoring one goal for Team Red.Was second in the fastest skater competition with a lap time of 15.004 seconds… drafted first overall by the Halifax Mooseheads in the 2006 CHL Import Draft… played for the Czech Republic at the 2007 World Junior Championships helping them to a 5th place finish.

Statistics
Season Team League GP G A PTS PIM
2006-07 Halifax QMJHL 59 23 63 86 26

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