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Thursday, April 12, 2012

BC Cup - Day 1

Team Leafs  5 vs Team Wild 1  Final
Leafs goals:  Reddekopp, Andrew Jack, Mitchell Cameron, Harkins, Carson Richards.  Chaz Reddekopp is a big defenseman from POE who sometimes can get lost on a very deep, talented POE squad but he is a player who we expect to go somewhere in the late 1st to mid 2nd round range.  Of course, we have all gotten to know Jansen Harkins this year as one of the top players eligable for the draft.  Jansen perhaps is the best two-way player and plays all three zones extremely well.  He could be selected anywhere from the 2nd overall pick to no lower than 7th in our opinion.  For team Wild, it was very underated Blake Holowaty with the goal.  Holowaty was lost in the OMAHA Tier 2 league and wasn't scouted very heavily at all this year.  Blake is a big, power forward with above average skill and should open up some eyes at the BC Cup!

Team Canucks 3 vs. Team Bruins 4 FINAL
In a re-match of the Stanley Cup finals, the over-whelming favourite for fans in the building had to be the Canucks, right?!  However, it was Daniel Nault scoring with just seconds remaining to give the Bruins a 4-3 win over the Canucks.  Nault, a forward from Penticton played this season with OHA and had 23-50-73 in 63 games played this season.  We aren't sure if Nault will be taken or not in the WHL bantam draft though as he has aspirations of playing Junior A hockey down the road.  The other Bruins goals came from Prince George's Trevor Gagne and Steven Fiust had two goals.  Fiust was a team-mate of Nault's and had a fantastic season with OHA this year putting up 55-53-108 in 63 games.  We expect Fiust to be taken in this year's bantam draft.  Scoring for Team Canucks was San Chung of Coquitlam, Tyler Soy of Cloverdale and Ty Ronning of BWC.  Soy should be taken in the first half of the first round, while Ty Ronning is shooting up the draft rankings late in the year and has a chance at being taken late first round.  San Chung has a good chance of being selected in the later rounds.

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