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Thursday, August 5, 2010

August 5, 2010 Newsletter now ready

Once again, as will be the case during the summer, the newsletter is available before the weekend. During the fall, it will return to every second Monday as schedules become more of a normal variety.

There are many changes to the newsletter in terms of ranking this time around. I had a chance to speak with several of my scouts and we were able to agree and adjust the rankings to a suitable level for all of us involved. Several new additions and major adjustments.

This edition once again has the Top 100 for 96 born, Top 60 for 97 born. Also, I had a chance to speak with Taylor Fisher who is relatively unknown by most but we like him as a first round talent, also interviewed was 1997 born top prospects; Dylan Stewart from Edmonton and Regan Nagy from Weyburn. I also had a chance to speak with Josh Uhrich who just came off of a tremendous hockey camp in Regina.

And we break down a preview on how the AMBHL North Division may shake down this season.

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