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Final Elite League Scoring - Breakdown - G/Pts & Sr/Jr

 
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Of these Jr's (from Top 10 points list) which will be even better than expected in college.
Tyler Sheehy
15%
 15%  [ 3 ]
Spencer Naas
15%
 15%  [ 3 ]
Steven Spinner
5%
 5%  [ 1 ]
Austin Poganski
5%
 5%  [ 1 ]
Jack Ramsey
5%
 5%  [ 1 ]
Willie Brown
30%
 30%  [ 6 ]
Will Hammer
10%
 10%  [ 2 ]
Avery Peterson
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Karson Kuhlman
15%
 15%  [ 3 ]
Mitch Slattery
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Total Votes : 20

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Granttenn



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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:47 am    Post subject: Final Elite League Scoring - Breakdown - G/Pts & Sr/Jr Reply with quote

With 21 games in the books, here are the final rankings. (SSM not incl.)

Goals (Top 15)

1) TJ Moore 19 BSM
2) Bo Brauer 12 Edina
3) Mario Bianchi 12 Holy angels
4) Jack Ramsey 12 Minnetonka
5) Tyler Sheehy 11 Burnsville
6) Dan Labosky 11 BSM
7) Steve Spinner 10 Eden Prairie
8) J. Samuelson 10 R. Lourdes
9) Jake Jackson 10 Tartan
10) T. Lindstrom 10 Breck
11) Willie Brown 9 Hill Murray
12) Alex Funk 9 R. Lourdes
13) Dylan Zins 9 Prior Lake
14) Jake Wahlin 9 White Bear
15) Matt Colford 9 Breck


Goals - Top 5 Seniors

1) TJ Moore
2) Bo Brauer
3) Mario Bianchi
4) Daniel Labosky
5) Jason Samuelson

Goals - Top 5 Juniors

1) Jack Ramsey
2) Tyler Sheehy
3) Steven Spinner
4) Willie Brown
5) Jacob Benson
tie) Austin Poganski


Scoring - Points (top 20)

1) TJ Moore 33
2) Bo Brauer 27
3) Jason Samuelson 26
4) Jake Wahlin 25
5) Tyler Sheehy 23
tie) Daniel Labosky 23
7) Spencer Naas 22
8) Steven Spinner 21
tie) Mario Bianchi 21
10) Austin Poganski 20
tie) Alex Funk 20
tie) Matt Colford 20
13) Dylan Zins 19
tie) TJ Roo 19
15) Ryan Lundgren 18
tie) Connor Thie 18
tie) Mitch Slattery 18
tie) Thomas Lindstrom 18
tie) Jack Ramsey 18
20) Willie Brown 16
tie) Beau Michaud 16
tie) Frankie Mork 16
tie) Wyatt Edge 16
tie) Mason Bergh 16

Scoring (points) - Top 10 Seniors

1) TJ Moore
2) Bo Brauer
3) Jason Samuelson
4) Daniel Labosky
5) Mario Bianchi
6) Alex Funk
tie) Matt Colford
8) Dylan Zins
9) TJ Roo
10) Ryan Lundgren
tie) Connor Thie
tie) Thomas Lindstrom

Scoring (points) - Top 10 Juniors

1) Tyler Sheehy
2) Spencer Naas
3) Steven Spinner
4) Austin Poganski
5) Mitchel Slattery
tie) Jack Ramsey
7) Willie Brown
8) Jacob Benson
tie) Will Hammer
tie) Avery Peterson
tie) Karson Kuhlman
tie) Johnny Austin


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 2:21 am    Post subject: Bauer NIT Selection Reply with quote

Does anyone know if they select for the Bauer NIT at the close of the Elite Leagues regular season or if they include playoff play/points as well. This post has 20+ Forwards listed and I think they take 24 Forwards + 2 alternates to stock the Mn White and Red teams. Any opinions of who on the list may not make it and/or players not on the scoring lists who will make it as Forwards in place of......

Thanks
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 2:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

More final stats (**Sorry for any mistakes!!):

Just adding on to Granttenn's summary above...

Goalies (without Shattuck, without goalies with less than 3 games)
GAA - SV% - SO
Ranked by SV%

1 Aaron Dingmann TeamNW 1.51 .948 0
30 Chase Perry TeamNW 1.94 .945 0
1 Vaughan AhrensTeamNW 2.18 .938 1
1 John DugasTeamSW 2.60 .924 1
1 Hunter ShepardTeamN 3.11 .919 1
30 David ZevnikTeamSE 3.75 .902 0
30 Dylan Parker 3.37 .901 1
1 Tanner Holmes GPLNS 3.81 .896 0
1 Jake Kielly TeamSE 4.30 .896 1
30 Willie Benjamin TeamSW 4.45 .893 0
30 Tucker Windels GPLNS 4.20 .891 0
30 Rory Davidowski TeamNE 4.01 .890 0
1 Jacob Kupsky WISCON 4.66 .889 0
30 Nate Teuscher WISCON 6.44 .855 0
1 Tyler Nelson TeamNE 5.67 .842 0

Assist Leaders:
Jason Samuelson - 16
Jake Wahlin - 16
Bo Brauer - 15
TJ Moore - 14
TJ Roo - 14
Spencer Naas - 14
Connor Hurley - 13
Wyatt Ege - 13
several tied at 12

Defensemen Point Leaders:
Frankie Mork - 16
Wyatt Ege - 16
Johnny Austin - 15
Tommy Vannelli - 14
Jimmy Schuldt - 13
Neal Pionk - 11
Phil Beaulieu - 11
Jack Dougherty - 11
Matt Nelson - 11
Travis Brown - 11
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 2:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think another stat that surprises me is the amount of uncommitted players this year in the top scoring compared to last year. After quickly looking over the top 15 goal scorers, I believe if I am not mistaken that there is only one committed player.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:19 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

starmvp wrote:
I think another stat that surprises me is the amount of uncommitted players this year in the top scoring compared to last year. After quickly looking over the top 15 goal scorers, I believe if I am not mistaken that there is only one committed player.



I think that so many of committed Seniors left for USHL....G
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 4:07 am    Post subject: Any surprises when looking at breakdowns by year (JR & S Reply with quote

Any surprises when looking at breakdowns by year (JR & SR)...

What happened to the Moorhead contingent Aaron Herdt (5-5-10pts), the Uglems. And then there's Tyler Clime (5-5-10pts). Also expected Kuhlman & Avery Peterson to be higher. Andrew Zerban got press early on but ended with (7-1-8pts), same with Tommy Hajicek who had such a great U16 camp but put up (2-4-6pts) here. Alex Toscano at (1-4-5pts) was another surprise.. Of course there may be some injuries etc but I included only those playing all but a few of the 21 games. Points aren't everything of course but pretty indicative over a 21 game schedule against apples to apples opponents.

There were also a few surprises of those that were higher than expected..
Anyone else?.............
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 4:25 am    Post subject: Re: Any surprises when looking at breakdowns by year (JR &am Reply with quote

Granttenn wrote:
Any surprises when looking at breakdowns by year (JR & SR)...

What happened to the Moorhead contingent Aaron Herdt (5-5-10pts), the Uglems. And then there's Tyler Clime (5-5-10pts). Also expected Kuhlman & Avery Peterson to be higher. Andrew Zerban got press early on but ended with (7-1-8pts), same with Tommy Hajicek who had such a great U16 camp but put up (2-4-6pts) here. Alex Toscano at (1-4-5pts) was another surprise.. Of course there may be some injuries etc but I included only those playing all but a few of the 21 games. Points aren't everything of course but pretty indicative over a 21 game schedule against apples to apples opponents.

There were also a few surprises of those that were higher than expected..
Anyone else?.............


Taking a stab at a few of these...I only saw a few games, but it seemed like Team North was among the more committed teams to rolling four balanced lines, which may have depressed point totals for players like Kuhlman and Peterson. Toscano was the QB on the East football team, which may have affected his performance some, though I agree 5 points is low.

Great Plains, meanwhile, had more players on their roster than all of the other teams, meaning they had to scratch a few players every week. That probably affected a few players' point totals.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 4:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm impressed by the soph from WBL !!
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 3:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

After seeing these numbers are there any predictions for Mr. Hockey 2013/2014?
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 4:01 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

agreatdayforhockey wrote:
After seeing these numbers are there any predictions for Mr. Hockey 2013/2014?


I'm drinking the Kuhl-Aid. Karson will win it next season. (If he stays.)
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 5:34 pm    Post subject: Re: Final Elite League Scoring - Breakdown - G/Pts & S Reply with quote

Granttenn wrote:
With 21 games in the books, here are the final rankings. (SSM not incl.)

Goals (Top 15)

1) TJ Moore 19 BSM
2) Bo Brauer 12 Edina
3) Mario Bianchi 12 Holy angels
4) Jack Ramsey 12 Minnetonka
5) Tyler Sheehy 11 Burnsville
6) Dan Labosky 11 BSM
7) Steve Spinner 10 Eden Prairie
Cool J. Samuelson 10 R. Lourdes
9) Jake Jackson 10 Tartan
10) T. Lindstrom 10 Breck
11) Willie Brown 9 Hill Murray
12) Alex Funk 9 R. Lourdes
13) Dylan Zins 9 Prior Lake
14) Jake Wahlin 9 White Bear
15) Matt Colford 9 Breck


Goals - Top 5 Seniors

1) TJ Moore
2) Bo Brauer
3) Mario Bianchi
4) Daniel Labosky
5) Jason Samuelson

Goals - Top 5 Juniors

1) Jack Ramsey
2) Tyler Sheehy
3) Steven Spinner
4) Willie Brown
5) Jacob Benson
tie) Austin Poganski


Scoring - Points (top 20)

1) TJ Moore 33
2) Bo Brauer 27
3) Jason Samuelson 26
4) Jake Wahlin 25
5) Tyler Sheehy 23
tie) Daniel Labosky 23
7) Spencer Naas 22
Cool Steven Spinner 21
tie) Mario Bianchi 21
10) Austin Poganski 20
tie) Alex Funk 20
tie) Matt Colford 20
13) Dylan Zins 19
tie) TJ Roo 19
15) Ryan Lundgren 18
tie) Connor Thie 18
tie) Mitch Slattery 18
tie) Thomas Lindstrom 18
tie) Jack Ramsey 18
20) Willie Brown 16
tie) Beau Michaud 16
tie) Frankie Mork 16
tie) Wyatt Edge 16
tie) Mason Bergh 16

Scoring (points) - Top 10 Seniors

1) TJ Moore
2) Bo Brauer
3) Jason Samuelson
4) Daniel Labosky
5) Mario Bianchi
6) Alex Funk
tie) Matt Colford
Cool Dylan Zins
9) TJ Roo
10) Ryan Lundgren
tie) Connor Thie
tie) Thomas Lindstrom

Scoring (points) - Top 10 Juniors

1) Tyler Sheehy
2) Spencer Naas
3) Steven Spinner
4) Austin Poganski
5) Mitchel Slattery
tie) Jack Ramsey
7) Willie Brown
Cool Jacob Benson
tie) Will Hammer
tie) Avery Peterson
tie) Karson Kuhlman
tie) Johnny Austin


Do you think the genius head coach in Edina will give Bo Brauer a little more ice time this year or does he want to choke in or on his way to the tournament again??
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 7:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

agreatdayforhockey wrote:
After seeing these numbers are there any predictions for Mr. Hockey 2013/2014?


Thinking back to this post, realistically try to mix this with the possibilities of these players leaving. Connor Hurley will almost surely be gone, and Kuhlman and Sheehy have already played USHL games as well. Makes things quite interesting for 2014. As it will for 2013 too.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 7:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

rainier wrote:
agreatdayforhockey wrote:
After seeing these numbers are there any predictions for Mr. Hockey 2013/2014?


I'm drinking the Kuhl-Aid. Karson will win it next season. (If he stays.)


No guarantee things won't change, but Kuhlman has said he'll be back at Cloquet for his senior year.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 10:24 pm    Post subject: Karson Kuhlman & Willie Brown so far Reply with quote

So far Brown has 4 votes and Kuhlman has 2 with nobody else more than one. A little surprising though both leaders are top notch players. Brown had a great coming out at the State Tourney with Hill's run and playing with Guentzel and Lavalle. Kuhlman made his international splash and UMD obviously loves him..

I thought there would be more west siders favoring Ramsey or Spinner - or Sheehy for the mid-west-south metro... Anybody have a breakdown of the games of the top vote getters. I'm no scout though I'd love to hear some banter from the informed about the games of these guys...... You never know which of the Juniors is going to blossom, especially looking back at several years of Elite League leaders and comparing to college performance.. I think the speed and quickness that benefits so many coming up gives way to vision and playmaking ability at the higher levels..... ????
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2012 11:43 pm    Post subject: Re: Final Elite League Scoring - Breakdown - G/Pts & S Reply with quote

flatontheice wrote:
Granttenn wrote:
With 21 games in the books, here are the final rankings. (SSM not incl.)

Goals (Top 15)

1) TJ Moore 19 BSM
2) Bo Brauer 12 Edina
3) Mario Bianchi 12 Holy angels
4) Jack Ramsey 12 Minnetonka
5) Tyler Sheehy 11 Burnsville
6) Dan Labosky 11 BSM
7) Steve Spinner 10 Eden Prairie
Cool J. Samuelson 10 R. Lourdes
9) Jake Jackson 10 Tartan
10) T. Lindstrom 10 Breck
11) Willie Brown 9 Hill Murray
12) Alex Funk 9 R. Lourdes
13) Dylan Zins 9 Prior Lake
14) Jake Wahlin 9 White Bear
15) Matt Colford 9 Breck


Goals - Top 5 Seniors

1) TJ Moore
2) Bo Brauer
3) Mario Bianchi
4) Daniel Labosky
5) Jason Samuelson

Goals - Top 5 Juniors

1) Jack Ramsey
2) Tyler Sheehy
3) Steven Spinner
4) Willie Brown
5) Jacob Benson
tie) Austin Poganski


Scoring - Points (top 20)

1) TJ Moore 33
2) Bo Brauer 27
3) Jason Samuelson 26
4) Jake Wahlin 25
5) Tyler Sheehy 23
tie) Daniel Labosky 23
7) Spencer Naas 22
Cool Steven Spinner 21
tie) Mario Bianchi 21
10) Austin Poganski 20
tie) Alex Funk 20
tie) Matt Colford 20
13) Dylan Zins 19
tie) TJ Roo 19
15) Ryan Lundgren 18
tie) Connor Thie 18
tie) Mitch Slattery 18
tie) Thomas Lindstrom 18
tie) Jack Ramsey 18
20) Willie Brown 16
tie) Beau Michaud 16
tie) Frankie Mork 16
tie) Wyatt Edge 16
tie) Mason Bergh 16

Scoring (points) - Top 10 Seniors

1) TJ Moore
2) Bo Brauer
3) Jason Samuelson
4) Daniel Labosky
5) Mario Bianchi
6) Alex Funk
tie) Matt Colford
Cool Dylan Zins
9) TJ Roo
10) Ryan Lundgren
tie) Connor Thie
tie) Thomas Lindstrom

Scoring (points) - Top 10 Juniors

1) Tyler Sheehy
2) Spencer Naas
3) Steven Spinner
4) Austin Poganski
5) Mitchel Slattery
tie) Jack Ramsey
7) Willie Brown
Cool Jacob Benson
tie) Will Hammer
tie) Avery Peterson
tie) Karson Kuhlman
tie) Johnny Austin


Do you think the genius head coach in Edina will give Bo Brauer a little more ice time this year or does he want to choke in or on his way to the tournament again??

i actually like giles as a coach but this is the one thing i did not like from him was that he could not find a line for brauer. To start the year he was on a line with jordahl and for the first 4 or 5 games Brauer led the team in points but then he got the hurley-Jordahl-Malmquist line together and Brauer got few ice time which is a shame cause he is a great player and a great kid, one of the nicest you will meet.
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 12:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

karl(east) wrote:
rainier wrote:
agreatdayforhockey wrote:
After seeing these numbers are there any predictions for Mr. Hockey 2013/2014?


I'm drinking the Kuhl-Aid. Karson will win it next season. (If he stays.)


No guarantee things won't change, but Kuhlman has said he'll be back at Cloquet for his senior year.
Nice to see some kids with hometown pride!!!
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 3:34 am    Post subject: Re: Karson Kuhlman & Willie Brown so far Reply with quote

Wallyworld wrote:
So far Brown has 4 votes and Kuhlman has 2 with nobody else more than one. A little surprising though both leaders are top notch players. Brown had a great coming out at the State Tourney with Hill's run and playing with Guentzel and Lavalle. Kuhlman made his international splash and UMD obviously loves him..

I thought there would be more west siders favoring Ramsey or Spinner - or Sheehy for the mid-west-south metro... Anybody have a breakdown of the games of the top vote getters. I'm no scout though I'd love to hear some banter from the informed about the games of these guys...... You never know which of the Juniors is going to blossom, especially looking back at several years of Elite League leaders and comparing to college performance.. I think the speed and quickness that benefits so many coming up gives way to vision and playmaking ability at the higher levels..... ????


Some observations of the players I have made while watching a few of the games.
Tyler Sheehy-Strong, fast and skilled. Pretty complete player but can be known to disappear. I still really like his overall skill set. Excited to see him step into the main role at Burnsville this year.
Spencer Naas- Extremely quick and fast. Good vision and playmaking but can get knocked off the puck sometimes. Good nose for the net as well. Will be interesting to see how he plays at BSM.
Steven Spinner- Strong and fast with a great shot. Liked his explosiveness but I felt like he occasionally tried to do too much with the puck which can get him in trouble. Should be a top threat on a very good EP team this year.
Austin Poganski- Good strength and skills. Although I didn't get a chance to watch him too much, I liked his overall abilities but I thought he had some speed issues. We'll see how he looks later on in the season.
Jack Ramsey- Big body with a good shot. Pretty smart hockey player but sometimes struggled with skating and stickhandling. Obviously good at putting the puck in the net though.
Willie Brown- Solid hands and shot but seemed to struggle with speed. Often inconsistent but when on he is definitely a threat. Will be counted on big time this year.
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