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Re: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings

Post by 612hockeytown » Sat Jun 22, 2019 5:05 pm

Ben Brinkman Round 6 174

Bryce Brodzinski Round 7 197 - Flyers got a steal

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Re: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings

Post by WestMetro » Sat Jun 22, 2019 6:24 pm

Anyone got the story on Silianoff?

He was 60 in last CS ranking?

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Re: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings

Post by edgeless2 » Sat Jun 22, 2019 7:37 pm

Interesting players undrafted

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Re: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings

Post by Stang5280 » Mon Jun 24, 2019 3:04 pm

Since I am in procrastination mode, here is a compilation of the Minnesotans taken in the 2019 NHL draft. I also included their Central Scouting midterm and final rankings among North American skaters (or goalies, for Haider), along with college commitments.

Bobby Brink, No. 34, Philadelphia Flyers
CSS: 29/19 (Denver)

Jackson Lacombe, No. 39, Anaheim Ducks
CSS: 47/35 (Minnesota)

Drew Helleson, No. 47, Colorado Avalanche
CSS: 33/46 (Boston College 2020)

Aaron Huglen, No. 102, Buffalo Sabres
CSS: 80/90 (Minnesota 2020)

Ryder Donovan, No. 110, Vegas Golden Knights
CSS: 46/97 (Wisconsin)

Rhett Pitlick, No. 131, Montreal Canadiens
CSS: 139/98 (Minnesota 2020)

Trevor Janicke, No. 132, Anaheim Ducks
CSS: 100/119 (Notre Dame)

Michael Koster, No. 146, Toronto Maple Leafs
CSS: 84/69 (Minnesota 2020)

Ethan Haider, No. 148, Nashville Predators
CSS: 16/11 (Clarkson 2020)

William Francis, No. 163, Anaheim Ducks
CSS: 98/75 (Minnesota-Duluth 2020)

Ben Brinkman, No. 173, Dallas Stars
CSS: 79/115 (Minnesota)

Bryce Brodzinski, No. 196, Philadelphia Flyers
CSS: 117/89 (Minnesota)

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Re: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings

Post by Bonin2121 » Tue Jun 25, 2019 1:54 am

Two years in a row no one coming out of MN HS taken in the top 100.

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Re: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings

Post by CakeScout17 » Fri Jun 28, 2019 12:57 am

WestMetro wrote:
Sat Jun 22, 2019 6:24 pm
Anyone got the story on Silianoff?

He was 60 in last CS ranking?
A little bit yeah...Silianoff is a very, very late (young) 18 with a January '01 birth date, is listed at 5'11" / 170 but in reality is 5'10" and 165 soaking wet (at least from what 2 sources tell me)...so I think there's some lets him next year after freshman year at Notre Dame and if he holds up physically, continues to put up good numbers he's a top 3 rounds draft pick in 2020...I also believe he suffered a wrist injury toward the end of the year this year in Cedar Rapids (18 g/23 a over 55 games in '18-'19)...so he did well, but not exactly tearing it up either which he surely did during his entire Shattuck career. Ive seen him play about a dozen times over last 3 years and have yet to see see him play and not put a point in every game. Sneaky player. Opportunist.

GS had a great Hlinka tourney last summer with 5 points in as many games and was 13th in scoring in USHL as a U-18 player...some scouts 'wish' / think he could do well to do one more year in USHL then hit ND in 2020. But as of now he is slated for ND in the fall...TBD

PS - Dylan Malmquist sighting at Wild dev camp this week!

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Re: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings

Post by ThatMNHockeyGuy62 » Fri Jun 28, 2019 8:46 am

CakeScout17 wrote:
Fri Jun 28, 2019 12:57 am
WestMetro wrote:
Sat Jun 22, 2019 6:24 pm
Anyone got the story on Silianoff?

He was 60 in last CS ranking?
A little bit yeah...Silianoff is a very, very late (young) 18 with a January '01 birth date, is listed at 5'11" / 170 but in reality is 5'10" and 165 soaking wet (at least from what 2 sources tell me)...so I think there's some lets him next year after freshman year at Notre Dame and if he holds up physically, continues to put up good numbers he's a top 3 rounds draft pick in 2020...I also believe he suffered a wrist injury toward the end of the year this year in Cedar Rapids (18 g/23 a over 55 games in '18-'19)...so he did well, but not exactly tearing it up either which he surely did during his entire Shattuck career. Ive seen him play about a dozen times over last 3 years and have yet to see see him play and not put a point in every game. Sneaky player. Opportunist.

GS had a great Hlinka tourney last summer with 5 points in as many games and was 13th in scoring in USHL as a U-18 player...some scouts 'wish' / think he could do well to do one more year in USHL then hit ND in 2020. But as of now he is slated for ND in the fall...TBD

PS - Dylan Malmquist sighting at Wild dev camp this week!
Basically everything you said here is accurate except a Jan 01 birthday is not very very young. It would be middle of the pack even a bit on the older side for this draft class. In fact, had he been on the NTDP team, he would have been one of, if not the oldest on the roster. For reference, Hughes is May 01 and Brink is July 01. Sorry to be nit picky!

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Re: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings

Post by WestMetro » Fri Jun 28, 2019 10:38 am

Excellent perspectives CakeScout! You are on top of all of your city's kids!

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Re: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings

Post by CakeScout17 » Fri Jun 28, 2019 9:32 pm

ThatMNHockeyGuy62 wrote:
Fri Jun 28, 2019 8:46 am
CakeScout17 wrote:
Fri Jun 28, 2019 12:57 am
WestMetro wrote:
Sat Jun 22, 2019 6:24 pm
Anyone got the story on Silianoff?

He was 60 in last CS ranking?
A little bit yeah...Silianoff is a very, very late (young) 18 with a January '01 birth date, is listed at 5'11" / 170 but in reality is 5'10" and 165 soaking wet (at least from what 2 sources tell me)...so I think there's some lets him next year after freshman year at Notre Dame and if he holds up physically, continues to put up good numbers he's a top 3 rounds draft pick in 2020...I also believe he suffered a wrist injury toward the end of the year this year in Cedar Rapids (18 g/23 a over 55 games in '18-'19)...so he did well, but not exactly tearing it up either which he surely did during his entire Shattuck career. Ive seen him play about a dozen times over last 3 years and have yet to see see him play and not put a point in every game. Sneaky player. Opportunist.

GS had a great Hlinka tourney last summer with 5 points in as many games and was 13th in scoring in USHL as a U-18 player...some scouts 'wish' / think he could do well to do one more year in USHL then hit ND in 2020. But as of now he is slated for ND in the fall...TBD

PS - Dylan Malmquist sighting at Wild dev camp this week!
Basically everything you said here is accurate except a Jan 01 birthday is not very very young. It would be middle of the pack even a bit on the older side for this draft class. In fact, had he been on the NTDP team, he would have been one of, if not the oldest on the roster. For reference, Hughes is May 01 and Brink is July 01. Sorry to be nit picky!
Yeah, just young. Hughes is very young. Brink is extremely young. Silianoff not in that category of player...crazy that Hughes just turned 18. Brink still not quite 18 - WOW! He'd be a senior this year at Tonka...unreal. Off to Denver already...man.

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Re: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings

Post by 612hockeytown » Sat Jun 29, 2019 1:16 am

Brink (7/01) and Haider (9/01) were the only two juniors in Minnesota. Unreal that both still can’t buy lottery tickets 😂

Silianoff will get drafted next year. I’d put that at 75-80% assuming he has a solid year at ND. I think he’s a lock if he stays at CR, but that seems unlikely. While most draft picks go in their main 1st draft year, some go the second year and a minuscule amount go their 3rd and final year (Ronnie Attard and Logan Neaton both went their third year - which was this year).

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Re: NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings

Post by blueblood » Sat Jun 29, 2019 10:29 am

He’s better off going undrafted giving him all the leverage to negotiate a professional level contract if given the opportunity
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