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Old 03-12-2018, 09:43 PM
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OHL Top 10 - Most Impressive 2001 Born Players

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7. Philip Tomasino - Forward - Niagara IceDogs
Tomasino is exhibit A as to why it's important to watch hockey games and not just stat watch. His production has been way down in the second half, but I've actually felt that he's been way more noticeable of late compared to the start of the year. Really starting to show just how skilled he is with the puck, as he gains the confidence to try to beat defenders one on one and be creative off the rush. Tomasino possesses an explosive first few strides too, which allows him to really utilize change of pace well on the attack. Has gone back and forth between the wing and center this year, but I think he has the skating ability and puck possession ability to play down the middle moving forward. I look for his production to jump big time next year with added strength and a larger role.

10. Billy Constantinou - Defense - Niagara IceDogs
Perhaps another surprising one, but I stand by it. It hasn't been a perfect rookie season for Constantinou. At times his decision making at both ends has been questionable. But man can this kid make plays with the puck. Super impressed by his skill level and hands. Walks the line and does a great job keeping pucks in and making crisp clean passes up ice. And while his defensive game still has room to improve, he's made some big plays in his own end too. From what I've seen this year, outside of Mike Vukojevic, Constantinou has the highest potential of any 2001 age group defender in the OHL.
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Old 03-13-2018, 05:37 PM
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NIAGARA ICE DOGS GOALTENDERS

RETURNING GOALIES
Stephen Dhillon (98)
Colton Incze (99)
Jukka Schotter (00)
2017-2018 Welland Jr. Canadians GOJHL 15 5.41 .879

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*The earliest NCAA commitment is not until the 2019-2020 season.

Ben Kraws (00)
<> Ranked #26 by NHL Central Scouting (NA Goalies)
2017-18 Buffalo Jr. Sabres OJHL 2 3.50 .900 and Sioux City Musketeers USHL 13 4.26 .872
2019-20 Miami Univ. (Ohio) NCAA

Nate McDonald (99)
2017-18 Whitby Fury OJHL 24 3.13 .908 and Markham Royals OJHL 13 3.71 .889 / Playoffs 2.38 .937
2019-20 Cornell Univ. NCAA

Christian Sbaraglia (01)
2017-18 Omaha Lancers USHL 5 3.56 .879 (#3 goalie in Omaha)
2020-21 Penn State Univ. NCAA

Zach Borgiel (00)
2017-18 Brookings Blizzard NAHL 15 3.47 .890 and Muskegon Lumberjacks USHL 8 3.68 .870

Riley Eberhardt (00)
2017-18 St. Catharines Falcons GOJHL 3 5.10 .810 and Grimsby Peach Kings PJCHL 12 1.64 .923


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does anyone know what type a player icedog pick D Roman Semin 00 play? he is 6' 6'' 201 played 20 games for everest academy PSHF u18 and 7 games for Aurora OJHL
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Who do the Ice Dogs draft first a good big defensemen or power forward
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Who do the Ice Dogs draft first a good big defensemen or power forward
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Best player available.
I like that thought, but do we add a caveat (ie Best player available who is likely to report)? Or do you swing for the fences, try to get him to report, and almost not be disappointed if they don't report. So we end up in a situation where we have 2 1st rounders in the next draft, or we trade him away for a player and a couple picks to a team he will report to (ie London).

Just wondering what other people are thinking as it should be tough for a 16 yr old to crack next year's lineup. Do you draft strategically, or tactically? Is this the kind of strategy that they even consider?
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I like that thought, but do we add a caveat (ie Best player available who is likely to report)? Or do you swing for the fences, try to get him to report, and almost not be disappointed if they don't report. So we end up in a situation where we have 2 1st rounders in the next draft, or we trade him away for a player and a couple picks to a team he will report to (ie London).

Just wondering what other people are thinking as it should be tough for a 16 yr old to crack next year's lineup. Do you draft strategically, or tactically? Is this the kind of strategy that they even consider?
Does Cole Perfetti (Vaughn Kings) fit that strategy?

“Perfetti is one of the top players this season in minor midget, and without his commit to the University of Michigan, the argument could be made that he has been the best player in the age group this season.”
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I like that thought, but do we add a caveat (ie Best player available who is likely to report)? Or do you swing for the fences, try to get him to report, and almost not be disappointed if they don't report. So we end up in a situation where we have 2 1st rounders in the next draft, or we trade him away for a player and a couple picks to a team he will report to (ie London).

Just wondering what other people are thinking as it should be tough for a 16 yr old to crack next year's lineup. Do you draft strategically, or tactically? Is this the kind of strategy that they even consider?
Best player available. Period.

If he doesn't report, so be it. We've been down this road before. I'd even consider drafting a player that won't report on purpose. (especially if there is a team he will report to). Having two 1st round picks and and a bunch of picks via a trade would help speed up the rebuild after next year.

Also, If the Dogs are trying to land a few big players for a run next year, you can bet the teams will be asking for #26 and #68. So, having two first rounders the following year won't hurt.
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