Friday, January 25, 2008

Sinelli to MSU

Detroit Honeybaked '92 forward Andrew Sinelli has given a verbal commitment to Michigan State for the 2010 season. The Dexter, Michigan native is one of the more dangerous scorers in his age group. He's currently trails only Luke Moffatt in scoring in MWEHL play. He was also one of the leading scorers at the 2006 Select 14 Festival.

Sinelli also visited Michigan, Bowling Green, Maine, and Miami.


Anonymous said...

That's funny. He's been at alot of Plymouth Whaler-OHL games.

Something sounds fishy.

Anonymous said...

That's funny, I saw him at Yost just recently!

sounds complicated

Anonymous said...

andrew is a great kid and will be fun to watch him play against moffatt and Knight at Mich as they are all good players!!

Anonymous said...

"sounds complicated"

(Sinelli also visited Michigan, Bowling Green, Maine, and Miami.)

And that matter's when he's playing in the OHL next year.

Something sounds fishy.

Go Whalers!

Anonymous said...

It will be fun watching

Luke Moffatt-Kelowna, Jared Knight-Windsor, Alex Lippincott-Sarnia, Andrew Sinelli-Plymouth, Jon Merrill-London, Garrett Clarke-Quebec, Michael Gunn-Kitchener


Anonymous said...

So because he's seen OHL games that means something is fishy?
Didn't know that kids going the college route couldn't watch MJ games.

Anonymous said...

Lots of kids watch.

Just ask AJ Jenks (Mich 08)

Don't get mad that more and more players are going Major A. It's just better hockey.

Anonymous said...

Yeah just ask one of your top prospects, Jaden Schwartz. Oops I forgot he just committed to Colorado College.

Anonymous said...

Wow, Major A lost 1 players.

Anonymous said...

Ask AJ Jenks what he thinks...seems like Major Junior is working for him...

Anonymous said...

It works for some kids, doesn't work for others. I don't think Toews minded playing college hockey

Anonymous said...

Boy Major Junior sure looked good when the Omaha Lancers (USHL) whipped their ASS!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey, Keep it clean.

College boy's should use better words than that.

Toews, Which college did he Graduate from?

Anonymous said...

Omaha beat Exhibition QMJHL Teams. Full of FA's and Rookies that didn't make the regular team.

Wow Great Job!

Anonymous said...

Shouldn't MAJOR A teams (even if using SOME rookies and FA's) beat a JUNIOR A team??

Toews has over two years done towards a degree, which two years more than 70% of Major Junior players. So that is a very weak argument.

Anonymous said...

(So that is a very weak argument.)

Better do some more research. CHL players take Classes during the fall and summer. ALL paid for by the CHL teams.

Anonymous said...

Yeah CHL players take a max of two classes. Wow!! 20 more years and you get your degree.

If you CHL'ers think you just lost one player to NCAA you are delusional. This site is filled with Canadien NCAA commitments that were all drafted from the CHL.

Anonymous said...

Yeah CHL players take a max of two classes while they are playing. Wow!! 20 more years and you get your degree from Humfart college.

If you CHL'ers think you just lost one player to NCAA you are delusional. This site is filled with Canadien NCAA commitments that were all drafted from the CHL.

Anonymous said...

I was at both of Omaha's games in Quebec. Both of the teams that they faced were missing two player...the Omaha team was missing their leading scorer and one of their top d-men. The apoligist's for the Q have been making excuses for their play since the games ended.

Anonymous said...

These guys are all on Educational Pakages

CHL Grads in the CIS

Acadia University Axemen
Matthew Albiani Ottawa 67's 2003-04
Kevin Baker Belleville Bulls 1999-00
Brandon Benedict Halifax Mooseheads 2002-03
Andrew Bergen Red Deer Rebels 2001-02
John Ceci Sarnia Sting 2003-04
Keith Delaney Barrie Colts 2004-05
Josh Dill CB Screaming Eagles 1999-00
Shayne Fryia Barrie Colts 2001-02
Jim Gagnon Plymouth Whalers 2002-03
Dale Good St. Michael's Majors 2004-05
Brad Horan Kingston Frontenacs 2003-04
Joel Isenor CB Screaming Eagles 2000-01
Blair Jarrett S.S. Marie Greyhounds 2004-05
Kevin Korol Regina Pats 2001-02
Kane Ludwar Saskatoon Blades 2001-02
Pierre Mitsou Ottawa 67's 2003-04
Russ Moyer Ottawa 67's 2002-03
Matt Quinn Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2000-01
Lanny Ramage Portland Winter Hawks 2002-03
Tyler Reid Hull Olympiques 2002-03
Robbie Sutherland Halifax Mooseheads 2001-02
Brody Todd S.S. Marie Greyhounds 2004-05
Travis Young Prince Albert Raiders 2003-04

Brock University Badgers
Dallas Beaton Moncton Wildcats 2000-01
Josh Bonar Regina Pats 2002-03
Ryan Del Monte Sarnia Sting 2002-03
Matt Harpwood Mississauga IceDogs 2002-03
Jason Harshaw CB Screaming Eagles 2000-01
Jonathan Labelle Chicoutimi Sagueneens 2003-04
Tyler Leggo Brampton Battalion 2003-04
Chris McLean S.S. Marie Greyhounds 1999-00
Daniel McNeill Guelph Storm 2000-01
Pat Montgomery Oshawa Generals 2001-02
Corey Sabourin Mississauga IceDogs 2001-02
Curtis Yausie Saskatoon Blades 2001-02

Concordia University Stingers
Trevor Blanchard Sudbury Wolves 2002-03
Jonathan Cayer Montreal Rocket 2002-03
Bruno Champagne Gatineau Olympiques 2003-04
Sebastien Courcelles Shawinigin Cataractes 2004-05
Joey D'Amico Drummondville Voltigeurs 2000-01
Bruno D'Amico Sherbrooke Beavers 2002-03
Vincent Duriau Gatineau Olympiques 2003-04
Frederic Faucher Quebec Remparts 2002-03
Jonathan Gautier Val-d'Or Foreurs 2001-02
Phillipe Lacasse Hull Olympiques 2001-02
Patrick Lepage Baie-Comeau Drakkar 2002-03
Marc-Andre Rizk Saginaw Spirit 2003-04
Philipe Seguin Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2004-05
Yannick Noiseux Quebec Remparts 2001-02

Dalhousie University Tigers
Bobby Chaumont Sudbury Wolves 2004-05
Noel Coultice Erie Otters 2003-04
Robert Crummer Peterborough Petes 1999-00
Jimmy Cuddihy Shawinigan Cataractes 2003-04
Troy Duncan Sudbury Wolves 2001-02
Rob Dunphy CB Screaming Eagles 2000-01
Martin Gascon Victoriaville Tigres 1998-99
Justin Hawco CB Screaming Eagles 2000-01
Darrell Jerrett Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2000-01
Daryl Knowles Mississauga IceDogs 2003-04
Corey Leclair S.S. Marie Greyhounds 2002-03
Jonah Leroux Sudbury Wolves 2002-03
Josh Manning Belleville Bulls 2003-04
Chad McCaffrey Belleville Bulls 2004-05
Geoff Patton Belleville Bulls 2003-04
Jean Francois Perras Ottawa 67's 2001-02
Brad Pierce Saginaw Spirit 2001-02
Andre Robichaud Sarnia Sting 2001-02
Erik Schwanz Sarnia Sting 2004-05
Neil Smith CB Screaming Eagles 2004-05
Sean Thompson Plymouth Whalers 2003-04
Tom Zanoski Mississauga IceDogs 2004-05

Lakehead University Thunderwolves
Shandor Alphonso Sudbury Wolves 2003-04
Andrew Brown Belleville Bulls 2003-04
Kris Callaway Lethbridge Hurricanes 2002-03
Peter Cava Sarnia Sting 1998-99
Michael Jacobsen Owen Sound Attack 2001-02
Andrew Kivell Kingston Frontenacs 2003-04
Jason Lange London Knights 1998-99
Hugo Lehoux PEI Rocket 2001-02
Erik Lodge Lethbridge Hurricanes 1996-97
Grant McCune Prince Albert Raiders 2000-01
Craig Priestlay Swift Current Broncos 2000-01
Brad Priestlay Portland Winter Hawks 2003-04
Steve Rawski St. Michael's Majors 2002-03
Jeff Richards S.S. Marie Greyhounds 2001-02
Thomas Dan Rogers Belleville Bulls 2003-04
Joel Scherban London Knights 2000-01
Mike Self Windsor Spitfires 2002-03
Dan Speer Barrie Colts 2004-05
Mike Wehrstedt Mississauga IceDogs 2002-03
Tobias Whelan Oshawa Generals 2003-04
Jeff Whitfield Sarnia Sting 2003-04
Chris Whitley Oshawa Generals 2000-01

McGill University Redmen
Louis-Simon Allaire Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2004-05
Ken Davis Prince George Cougars 2001-02
Guillaume Desjardins-Demers CB Screaming Eagles 2004-05
Jean-Michel Fillatrault Rimouski Oceanic 2004-05
Charles Gauthier Shawinigan Cataractes 2003-04
Marko Kovacevic Sudbury Wolves 2002-03
Theodore Kyres Moncton Wildcats 2001-02
Eric L'Italien Rimouski Oceanic 2003-04
Mathieu Leclerc Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2001-02
Benoit Lessard Val-d'Or Foreurs 2004-05
Benoit Martin Rimouski Oceanic 2001-02
Pierre-Antoine Paquet Chicoutimi Sagueneens 1998-99
Mathieu Poitras Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2003-04
Yan Turcotte Montreal Rocket 2002-03

Moncton University
Mathieu Betoumay Moncton Wildcats 2003-04
Alexandre Blackburn Chicoutimi Sagueneens 2002-03
Christian Brideau Quebec Remparts 2003-04
Pierre-Andre Bureau PEI Rocket 2004-05
Yvan Busque Chicoutimi Sagueneens 2003-04
Jean-Francois Cyr CB Screaming Eagles 2003-04
Remi Doucet Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2002-03
Karl Founier Lewiston MAINEiacs 2003-04
Patrick Gilbert SC Screaming Eagles 2002-03
Kevin Lachance Quebec Remparts 2002-03
Eric Lafrance Hull Olympic 2002-03
Nicolas Laplante Victoriaville Cougars 2004-05
Jean-Francois Laplante Halifax Moosheads 2000-01
Pierre-Luc Laprise Val-d'Or Foreurs 2002-03
Gilbert Lefrancois Shawinigan Cataractes 2000-01
Jamie McCabe Drummondville Voltigeurs 2003-04
Carl McLean Val-d'Or Foreurs 2003-04
Karl Morin Shawinigan Cataractes 2002-03
Sebastien Savage Brampton Battalion 2001-02
Sebastian Strozynski Moncton Wildcats 2002-03
Francis Trudel Lewiston MAINEiacs 2003-04

Queens University Golden Gaels
Brad Walford Oshawa Generals 2000-01

Sean Dickson Belleville Bulls 2002-03
Matt Fretzner Saskatoon Blades 2003-04

Ryerson University Rams
Steve Farquharson Barrie Colts 2001-02

Saint Mary's University Huskies
Jasen Awalt Moncton Wildcats 2003-04
Ryan Bowness Brampton Battalion 2003-04
Andrew Carver Moncton Wildcats 2001-02
David Chant Barrie Colts 2001-02
Travis Chapman S.S. Marie Greyhounds 2003-04
Scott Hotham Barrie Colts 2004-05
Jon Howse Peterborough Petes 2003-04
Ryan Lauzon Gatineau Olympiques 1999-00
Brandon McBride Oshawa Generals 2004-05
Tyler Noye PEI Rocket 2003-04
Colin Power St. Michael's Majors 2004-05
Marc Rancourt Belleville Bulls 2004-05
Cory Roberts Oshawa Generals 2001-02
Dan Rudisuela Mississauga IceDogs 2003-04
Brad Self Peterborough Petes 2001-02
Randy Upshall Halifax Mooseheads 2003-04

St. Francis Xavier University X-Men
Jeremy Akeson Ottawa 67's 2004-05
Ryan Armstrong Saginaw Spirit 2001-02
Ryan Aschaber Windsor Spitfires 2002-03
Collin Circelli Moncton Wildcats 2001-02
Will Colbert Ottawa 67's 2004-05
Tyler Dyck Brandon Wheat Kings 2003-04
Jim Kehoe Owen Sound Attack 2003-04
Tyson Kellerman Brampton Battalion 2003-04
Nicholas Lees Saginaw Spirit 2003-04
Matthew Lynn Erie Otters 2003-04
Ryan Mackey S.S. Marie Greyhounds 2002-03
Stuart MacRae Halifax Mooseheads 2002-03
Bobby Reed Moncton Wildcats 1999-00
Sam Roberts Gatineau Olympics 2004-05
Ryan Salvis Moncton Wildcats 2004-05
Mike Smith Kingston Frontenacs 2001-02
Justin Suda Kingston Frontenacs 2004-05
Brett Trudell Oshawa Generals 2004-05
Niko Tuomi Guelph Storm 2003-04
Ryan White Halifax Mooseheads 2001-02

St. Thomas University Tommies
Jeffrey Bateman Brampton Battalion 2000-01
Thatcher Bell Halifax Mooseheads 2002-03
Anthony Butera Mississauga IceDogs 2004-05
Ryan Card Guelph Storm 2004-05
Chris Cook Kingston Frontenacs 2002-03
Michael Couch Rouyn-Noranda 2003-04
Miguel Delisle Kingston Frontenacs 2002-03
Paul Giallonardo Windsor Spitfires 2004-05
Alex Gilbert Acadie-Bathurst Titan 2002-03
Bruce Gillis Gatineau Olympiques 2002-03
Aaron Lobb Brampton Battalion 2003-04
Kyle McAllister Owen Sound Attack 2001-02
Justin McCutcheon Saginaw Spirit 2003-04
Aaron Molnar London Knights 2001-02
Richard Power Plymouth Whalers 2003-04
Justin Roy Moncton Wildcats 2002-03
Matthew Seymour St. Michael's Majors 2003-04
Andrew Sim Guelph Storm 2000-01
Brent Varty Kingston Frontenacs 2001-02

Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres
Eric Beaudin Acadie-Bathurst Titans 2004-05
Jerome Bergeron PEI Rocket 2001-02
Jonathan Boutin Shawinigan Cataractes 2004-05
Dany Dallaire Halifax Mooseheads 2001-02
Yan Gaudette Chicoutimi Sagueneens 2004-05
Samuel Gibbons Drummondville Voltigeurs 2003-04
Marc-Olivier Gignac Shawinigan Cataractes 2003-04
Mathieu Gravel Baie-Comeau Drakkar 2004-05
Tommy Lafontaine Acadie-Bathurst Titans 2004-05
Guillaume Lajeunesse Shawinigan Cataractes 2002-03
Christian Laroche Gatineau Olympiques 2004-05
Yannick Lavigne Gatineau Olympiques 1999-00
Jonathan Lessard Moncton Wildcats 2001-02
Louis Mandeville Sherbrooke Cataractes 2002-03
Alexandre Morel Baie-Comeau Drakkar 2001-02
Jean Morin Gatineau Olympiques 2001-02
Simon Nadeau Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2002-03
Nicolas Pelletier Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2002-03
Theiry Poudrier Shawinigan Cataractes 2004-05
Alexandre Tessier Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2002-03
Mathieu Thibodeau Sherbrooke Cataractes 2000-01

University of Alberta Golden Bears
Harlan Anderson Moose Jaw Warriors 2002-03
Breden Appleby Regina Pats 2004-05
Brian Ballman Lethbridge Hurricanes 2000-01
Ben Thomson Medicine Hat Tigers 2002-03
Jeff Feniak Regina Pats 2001-02
Travis Featherstone Kootenay Ice 2004-05
Blake Grenier Portland WinterHawks 2004-05
Richard Hamula Vancouver Giants 2002-03
Scott Henkelman Kamloops Blazers 2001-02
Jonathan Hobson Kamloops Blazers 2000-01
Perry Johnson Spokane Chiefs 1997-98
Joff Kehler Spokane Chiefs 2003-04
Ricahrd Kelly St. Michael's Majors 2003-04
Ben Kilgour Tri-City Americans 2002-03
Tim Krymusa Spokane Chiefs 2002-03
Gavin McLeod Kelowna Rockets 2000-01
Tyler Metcalfe Seattle Thunderbirds 2004-05
Chris Ovington Spokane Chiefs 2000-01
Curtis Rich Kelowna Rockets 1999-00
Aaron Sorochan Lethbridge Hurricanes 2004-05
Dylan Stanley Tr-City Americans 2004-05
Ryan Stempfle Medicine Hat Tigers 2002-03
Brad Tutschek Seattle Thunderbirds 2000-01
Justin Wallin Saskatoon Blades 2000-01
Lee Zalasky Prince George Cougars 2004-05

University of British Columbia Thunderbirds
Jordan Beirnes Oshawa Generals 2003-04
Kyle Bruce Vancouver Giants 2003-04
Chris Curran Mississauga IceDogs 2003-04
Andrew Davidson Lethbridge Hurricanes 2002-03
Tyler Dietrich Everett Silvertips 2004-05
Gerry Festa Red Deer Rebels 2004-05
Stephane Gervais Windsor Spitfires 2001-02
Michael Gough Oshawa Generals 2002-03
Chad Grisdale Regina Pats 2000-01
John Kress Moose Jaw Warriors 2002-03
Darrell May Portland WinterHawks 2004-05
Nick Marach Kelowna Rockets 2001-02
Lance Morrison Regina Pats 2003-04
Dustin Paul Red Deer Rebels 1999-00
Kevin Seibel Vancouver Giants 2003-04
Adam Taylor Kootenay Ice 2004-05
Mark Vodden Medicine Hat Tigers 2003-04
Jarrett Winn Oshawa Generals 2000-01
Brad Zanon Kootenay Ice 2003-04

University of Calgary Dinos
Ryan Annesley Calgary Hitmen 2002-03
Andre Blanchette Brandon WheatKings 2004-05
Wade Davis Kamloops Blazers 2002-03
Devon Desautels Spokane Chiefs 2004-05
Paul Gentile Kamloops Blazers 2004-05
Barry Horman Swift Current Broncos 2004-05
Alex Lalonde Owen Sound Attack 2003-04
Daniel LaPointe Spokane Chiefs 2004-05
Ryley Layden Red Deer Rebels 2002-03
Mike Lencucha Spokane Chiefs 1999-00
Tyrel Lucas Calgary Hitmen 2004-05
Jarret Lukin Medicine Hat Tigers 2004-05
Colin McRae Tri-City Americans 2002-03
Brett O'Malley Calgary Hitmen 2004-05
Adam Redmond Medicine Hat Tigers 2002-03
Scott Talbot St. Michael's Majors 2001-02
Lonnie Tetley Calgary Hitmen 1996-97
Brett Thurston Brandon Wheat Kings 2002-03
Robert Woods Spokan Cheifs 2004-05

University of Guelph Gryphons
Steve Morris Plymouth Whalers 2001-02
Mike Nelson Plymouth Whalers 2002-03

University of Lethbridge Pronghorns
Justin Cruse Swift Current Broncos 2004-05
Andrew Jungwirth Prince Albert Raiders 2001-02
Justin Kanigan Vancouver Giants 2003-04
Jay Langager Swift Current Broncos 2000-01
Charlie Mattersdorfer Saginaw Spirit 2000-01
Shaun Norrie Vancouver Giants 2002-03
Stuart Pietersma Tri-City Americans 1999-00
Jason Roberts Seattle Thunderbirds 2003-04
Blake Ward Seattle Thunderbirds 2002-03

University of Manitoba Bisons
Jon Cara Saskatoon Blades 2003-04
David McDonald Regina Pats 2003-04
Nick Cowan Lewiston MAINEiacs 2004-05
Paul Deniset Prince Albert Raiders 2001-02
Chris Falloon Prince George Cougars 2003-04
Steve Haddon Sarnia Sting 2001-02
Jared Lang Prince George Cougars 2002-03
Warren McCutcheon Medicine Hat Tigers 2002-03
Jamie Muswagon Brandon Wheat Kings 1999-00
Rhett Nevill Red Deer Rebels 1998-99
Kevin Saurette Regina Pats 1998-99
Rob Smith Brampton Battalion 2003-04
Aaron Starr Saskatoon Blades 2001-02
Krister Toews Portland Winterhawks 2003-04
Kip Workman Tri-City Americans 2003-04

University of New Brunswick Reds
Jean-Michel Boisvert Shawinigan Cataractes 2002-03
Reg Bourcier Kitchener Rangers 1999-00
Darryl Boyce St. Michaels Majors 2004-05
John-Scott Dickson Windsor Spitfires 2004-05
Matt Doherty CB Screaming Eagles 2003-04
Brad Efthimiou Sarina Sting 2004-05
Jesse Ferguson Kelowna Rockets 2001-02
Dustin Friesen Swift Current Broncos 2003-04
Rob Hennigar Windsor Spitfires 2003-04
William Johnston Saskatoon Blades 2002-03
Craig Mahon Windsor Spitfires 2001-02
Nathan O'Nabigon Kitchener Rangers 2003-04
Robert Pearce Quebec Remparts 2003-04
Craig Perry Spokane Chiefs 2000-01
Bart Rushmer Kelowna Rockets 2001-02
Andrew DeSousa Regina Pats 2003-04
Colin Sinclair Kootenay Ice 2002-03
Kevin Werner Saginaw Spirit 2000-01
Kyle Werner Saginaw Spirit 2000-01

University of Ottawa Gee Gees
Michael Barrett Barrie Colts 2002-03
Martin Bricault Baie-Comeau Drakkar 2001-02
Jerome Briere Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2001-02
Dominic Deblois Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2004-05
Kevin Glode Moncton Wildcats 2004-05
Colin Keith Rouyn-Noranda Huskies 2001-02
Pierre-Andre Leblanc Moncton Wildcats 2001-02
Dan McDonald Brampton Battalion 2004-05
Ben McLeod Chicoutimi Sagueneens 2001-02
Jonathan Robert Rimouski Oceanic 2002-03
Maxime Robert Gatineau Olympic 2004-05
Nathan Tennant Kingston Frontenacs 2001-02
Nathan Tennant Plymouth Whalers 2001-02

University of PEI Panthers
John Brioux Peterborough Petes 2000-01
Adam Chapman Saginaw Spirit 2002-03
Luc Chiasson Barrie Colts 2002-03
Stephen Cooke Belleville Bulls 2003-04
Dave Dalliday Owen Sound Attack 2001-02
Paul Drew Plymouth Whalers 2003-04
T.J. Eason Kitchener Rangers 2002-03
Craig Foster Sarnia Sting 2003-04
Derek Hennessey S.S. Marie Greyhounds 2002-03
Jeff MacDermind Owen Sound Attack 2003-04
Chris Moher Gatineau Olympiques 2002-03
Josh Patterson Erie Otters 2003-04
Frank Sinacori Windsor Spitfires 2001-02
Kyle Spurr Guelph Storm 2004-05
Rick Steadman Guelph Storm 2004-05
Patrick Turcotte Belleville Bulls 2004-05

University of Regina Cougars
James Ardelan Brandon Wheat Kings 1999-00
Patrick Baum Swift Current Broncos 1997-98
Clint Chalmers Tri-City Americans 1999-00
Josh Garbutt Prince George Cougars 2004-05
Cody Holzapfel Red Deer Rebels 2003-04
Kelly Lang Regina Pats 1997-98
Caine Pearpoint Prince Albert Raiders 2004-05
Lee Schaefer Regina Pats 1997-98
Jason Seery Prince Albert Raiders 1998-99
Chris Stubel Vancouver Giants 2001-02
Clay Thoring Vancouver Giants 2001-02
Brendan Vanthuyne Swift Current Broncos 1999-00
Jason Weitzel Moose Jaw Warriors 2000-01

University of Saskatchewan
Trent Adamus Saskatoon Blades 2003-04
Curtis Austring Medicine Hat Tigers 2002-03
Matthew Bergen Saskatoon Blades 2002-03
Dean Beuker Regina Pats 2001-02
Brett Dickie Prince George Cougars 2003-04
Derek Endicott Saskatoon Blades 2003-04
Matt Girling Prince Albert Raiders 2003-04
Bruce Harrison Kelowna Rockets 1999-00
Jeff Harvey Everett Silvertips 2003-04
Colin Johnson Tri-City Americans 2000-01
Stephen Mann Saskatoon Blades 2003-04
Keegan Mcavoy Kamloops Blazers 2001-02
Jeff Schmidt Everett Silvertips 2003-04
Dean Serdachny Swift Current Broncos 2000-01
Bryce Thoma Red Deer Rebels 2002-03
Brent Twordik Swift Current Broncos 2001-02
Thomas Vicars Prince Albert Raiders 2001-02
Mason Wallin Spokane Cheifs 2002-03

University of Toronto Varsity Blues
Simon Barg Barrie Colts 2002-03
Chad Elliott Oshawa Generals 2002-03
Michael Lymer Owen Sound Attack 2000-01
Kyle Martiniuk Sudbury Wolves 2003-04
Andrew Smale Mississauga IceDogs 2001-02

University of Waterloo Warriors
David Edgeworth Kingston Frontenacs 2004-05
Kevin Hurley Kitchener Rangers 2002-03
Jordan Brenner Barrie Colts 2000-01
Curtis Darling Spokane Chiefs 2001-02
Mike Della Mora Peterborough Petes 2002-03
Matthew Iannetta London Knights 2001-02
Alexander MacDonnell Kitchener Rangers 2003-04
Ryan MacGregor Saginaw Spirit 2001-02
Sean Moir Saskatoon Blades 2003-04
Nick Pannoni Moose Jaw Warriors 2002-03
Shane Hart Guelph Storm 2003-04

University of Western Ontario Mustangs
Matt Bannan Sarnia Sting 2001-02
Jesse Boucher Kitchener Rangers 2003-04
Jamie Chamberlain Peterborough Petes 2001-02
Chris Eade Erie Otters 2002-03
Thomas Harrison Sarnia Sting 2004-05
Ryan Hare London Knights 2002-03
Craig Kennedy Windsor Spitfires 2003-04
Kevin Kotsopoulos Kingston Frontenacs 2004-05
Matt Manias Sarnia Sting 2003-04
Mike McKeown Peterborough Petes 2003-04
Sal Peralta St. Michael's Majors 2003-04
Chris Petrow Kingston Frontenacs 2004-05
Kyle Piwowarczyk London Knights 2002-03
Mike Rice Erie Otters 2002-03
Chris Rowan Brampton Battalion 2002-03
Sean Scully Ottawa 67's 2002-03
Mike Sellan Oshawa Generals 2002-03
Brad Topping Windsor Spitfires 2004-05

University of Windsor Lancers
Matt Best Sudbury Wolves 1999-00
Jay Ewasiuk Tri-City Americans 1998-99
Scott Gibson Victoriaville Tigres 2003-04
Brent Mahon Plymouth Whalers 2003-04
Drew Petkoff Gatineau Olympiques 2003-04
Jordan Preston Halifax Mooseheads 2002-03
Alex White Windsor Spitfires 2002-03

Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks
Cameron Black Sudbury Wolves 2002-03
David Brown Brampton Battalion 2002-03
Richard Colwill Owen Sound Attack 2001-02
Justin Day Owen Sound Attack 2001-02
Rob Dmytruk S.S. Marie Greyhounds 2002-03
James Edgar Saginaw Spirit 2002-03
Matt Grennier Kitchener Rangers 2002-03
Dan Ehrman Moosejaw Warriors 2004-05
Matt Maccarone Sudbury wolves 2004-05
Riley Moher Barrie Colts 2002-03
Nick Van Herpt Ottawa 67's 2004-05
Edward Van Herpt Kingston Frontenacs 2004-05

York University Lions
Blake Allan Belleville Bulls 2002-03
Steve Chabbert Guelph Storm 2000-01
Jerry Connell Sudbury Wolves 2001-02
Kevin Druce S.S. Marie Greyhounds 2003-04
Alex Ennafati PEI 2004-05
Tyler Harrison Brampton Battalion 2004-05
Steve Henwood Owen Sound Attack 2003-04
Jon Hedberg S.S. Marie Greyhounds 2001-02
Phil Knapp Mississauga IceDogs 1999-00
Sean Langdon Sudbury Wolves 2003-04
Rafal Martynoski Sudbury Wolves 2004-05
Matt Passfield Owen Sound Attack 2002-03
Marcus Smith Kitchener Rangers 2003-04
Darryl Thomson Barrie Colts 2001-02

Anonymous said...

2008 prospects: A.J. Jenks

One of the import players skating in the CHL this year who is also making an appearance at the Top Prospects Game is forward A.J. Jenks of the Plymouth Whalers. Jenks, who hails from Michigan, ranks fourth on his team in scoring with 37 points in 45 games but the two eye-catching stats for the 17-year-old are his shiny 21 goals and the ugly minus-9 rating.

Jenks was a seventh-round selection by the Whalers in 2006 and is now in his second OHL season. Playing close to home has helped with the transition to major junior hockey where he has captured the league title and played in the Memorial Cup in his rookie year. Last summer Jenks also added a gold medal to his trophy case as a member of the 2007 Team USA entry in the Ivan Hlinka Tournament.

NHL Central Scouting has Jenks ranked 20th among North American skaters heading into Wednesday’s game in Edmonton, and it was there that Hockey’s Future caught up with him.

HF: The success of winning the OHL title was obviously a thrill last year, but then you get to the Memorial Cup where things went a bit south.
AJJ: Last year was a great experience, especially being part of a winning team at such a young age. Even the Memorial Cup last year was a great experience regardless of how we did, I had a great time with it and learned a lot from it.

HF: With the way it ended, that must have given you extra motivation over the summer to come back this year with renewed focus to get back there again.
AJJ: Certainly. You always want to do the best you can but we just came up a little bit short after winning our league but hopefully in a couple of years we’ll be back up at the top again.

HF: Plymouth lost a lot of key players from last year’s winning team. Who has stepped it up this year to fill those voids?
AJJ: It’s been up and down. We started off a bit slow and then we got things going. Then our coach, or our former coach, had some issues and had to step down and we hired Greg Stefan as our new head coach and since he’s come in we’re getting used to things, it’s been a bit of an adjustment but it’s all been positive and we’re working hard so things will be going well soon.

HF: Does the second half of the season look like it might be shaping up to be a better one than the first half?
AJJ: Oh certainly, all the guys on the team we have some good leaders, the coaches are good at taking advice from the players and everybody works well together so I think we’re going to put a pretty good run together. All of our overagers play a pretty big role; Andrew Fournier, Wes Cunningham and Joe McCann as well as another guy who is a Carolina draft pick, Chris Terry, and we have good goaltending in Jeremy Smith who is a Nashville pick from last year.

HF: Do you look at NHL players like David Legwand or Stephen Weiss, former Plymouth players, and take something out of the fact that they’re guys who were once in the same position you’re in right now on your road to the NHL?
AJJ: Yeah it’s a good feeling, especially knowing some of the guys that I played with last year are already moving on and doing big things like Jarred Boll in Columbus. It’s cool and it just makes you want to work that much harder to achieve your goals.

HF: What does getting invited to the Top Prospects Game mean to you?
AJJ: You know it’s a huge honor that’s really hard to explain. It’s something that I’ve wanted to do since I came to the CHL after I had originally planned on going to college. Since I’ve come here it’s been one of my major goals so it really means a lot to me and it’s a great opportunity.

HF: You’re a Michigan guy so I should ask you why you chose the CHL route instead of NCAA.
AJJ: It’s just where I wanted to be, you know? Plymouth is pretty close to my home town (Wolverine Lake, MI) and I felt at home here, my grandparents live there and I billet with them, and it’s more of a professional atmosphere I think than playing college hockey.

HF: Which college or colleges were pursuing you? As a Michigan guy I imagine you had options.
AJJ: I had committed to the University of Michigan after my freshman year of high school so that was where I was planning on going. They’re definitely having a good year this year, they’re No. 1 in the country so far. I’m still a Wolverine fan so they can keep going!

HF: That said, any regrets with your decision?
AJJ: None at all.

Jenks was named Plymouth’s Academic Player of the Year in 2007 so clearly it wasn’t an education or a lack of grades that steered him away from the NCAA. Prior to his OHL career, Jenks put together an impressive 55-point season playing for the Detroit Honeybaked Midgets. Listed as 6’2 and 210 lbs, Jenks is one of the biggest forwards invited to the Top Prospects Game this year.

Anonymous said...

SAT MAY 3rd.

Write it down.

We'll see NCAA or Major A

Anonymous said...

Ladies and Gentlemen please welcome Joe Birch and Dave Branch to the message board.

Joe, Dave...welcome we are glad to have you.

Now please for our listeners at home elaborate further on the list your provided??

And PLEASE can you give you the back ground on Brody Todd?

And finally, and excuse me for being blunt, but you are saying that ALL of those players are on scholasrships. WOuld you care to elaborate on the amount each is receiving or the stipulations they must meet to receive the scholarship money?

Anonymous said...

Two of the best USHL teams played two teams from the Q. The Q teams were missing their best players. Quebec is an average Q team (middle of the pack) and Rimouski is a last place team. Indiana lost to both of them and Omaha barely squeaked by Quebec.....and you are celebrating this as an achievment????

It clearly shows that the very best USHL teams can barely compete against mediocre CHL teams and would be crushed by the better teams.

Anonymous said...

It is important to understand several points about athletics
scholarships from Divisions I and II schools: • All athletics scholarships awarded by NCAA institutions are limited
to one year and are renewable annually. There is no such award
as a four-year athletics scholarship. • Athletics scholarships may be renewed annually for a maximum
of five years within a six-year period of continuous college
attendance. Athletics aid may be canceled or reduced at the
end of each year for any reason. • Athletics scholarships are awarded in a variety of amounts, ranging
from full scholarships (including tuition, fees, room and board, and
books) to very small scholarships (e.g., books only). • The total amount of financial aid a student-athlete may receive
and the total amount of athletics aid a team may receive can be
limited. These limits can affect whether a student-athlete may
accept additional financial aid from other sources. Ask financial
aid officials at the college or university about any other financial
aid your son or daughter might be eligible to receive, and how
this aid impacts his or her athletics aid limit. You must inform the
college financial aid office about scholarships received from all
sources, such as local civic or booster clubs.
An athletics scholarship is a tremendous benefit to most families,
but you should also have a plan to pay for college costs that are
not covered by a scholarship (such as travel between home and
school). You should also consider how you will finance your son's
or daughter's education if the athletics scholarship is reduced or

Anonymous said...

guarentee he plays college hocke

Anonymous said...

Never in my life have I read an argument with lower levels of IQ than this one.


THE QMJHL TEAMS SHOULD CRUSH USHL TEAMS.....they are Major A. Saying the USHL sucks because their teams barely beat QMJHL teams (short players or not), would be the equivalent of saying "THE AHL REALLY SUCKS because Binghamton could barely squeak by Los Angeles."

Anonymous said...

At the scene, officers found Hagemo and one other person. After receiving consent to search the car, they found drug paraphernalia of a drug user.

College hockey at it's best.

Anonymous said...

ATLANTA – Most years, a draft class is remembered solely for who went first.

Then there are the players who came out of the Draft Class of 2003. Of the 30 players selected in the first round, all but two (Hugh Jessiman-Dartmouth/ Brian Boyle-Boston College) already have played in the National Hockey League, and five of them were on the ice during NHL All-Star weekend in Atlanta.

Eric Staal (No. 2, Carolina)(Peterborough Petes (OHL), Dion Phaneuf (No. 9, Calgary)(Red Deer Rebels (WHL), Ryan Getzlaf (No. 19, Anaheim)(Calgary Hitmen (WHL), Mike Richards (No. 24, Philadelphia)(Kitchener Rangers (OHL) and Corey Perry (No. 28, Anaheim)(London Knights (OHL) all made solid showings on the grand stage.

Anonymous said...

From the Portland Winterhawks site:

""Donovan, Hodge and Williamson went to watch Wiercioch play in a game last Friday for Burnaby in the BCHL and took him and his father out to dinner after the game.

“The family likes the fact that Portland has Patrick’s rights now since it is closer to their home in Chilliwack than Medicine Hat,” Donovan added. “Patrick has a 96% GPA, so our education program is very important. His father is a hockey enthusiast that came to North America from Poland with $30 in his pocket and made it. Patrick is very well versed on our team and knows a lot of the younger players at his age that we are building around. I felt it was a good meeting and they now are much more aware of the benefits of playing in Portland, should they make that decision.”"


Anonymous said...


You are talking about a last place WHL team and a player that could not make that team as a 16 year old...what is your point????

Anonymous said...

Sorry but the NCAA has been getting its collective butt kicked by the CHL in recent years and things will only get worse....wait and see how many NTDP players defect this summer.

Perhaps that is why that there currently is a movement gaining traction that will see former CHL players elligible to play in the NCAA in the not to distant future.

Anonymous said...

It will be fun watching

Luke Moffatt-Kelowna, Jared Knight-Windsor, Alex Lippincott-Sarnia, Andrew Sinelli-Plymouth, Jon Merrill-London, Garrett Clarke-Quebec, Michael Gunn-Kitchener