Another exciting young prospect, Kirill Slepets (Canes), is settling into life at a new club. The Lokomotiv graduate was a star of Russia’s bronze-medal roster at last year’s World Juniors and also celebrated his first KHL goal in the campaign. However, under Craig MacTavish and now Mike Pelino, he was out of
Todd Burgess – 6-2, 175 – RW – The senior looked fantastic. He’s faster, has excellent stick and puck control and made a beautiful pass to set up a bang-bang goal around the net. He is a clutch point-producer. I would think the Ottawa Senators would want to sign him.
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Just playing for the NTDP means you’ve accomplished a lot early in your hockey career. You can also be on that team and not get as much credit as your play deserves. Here are three players who opened my eyes:
Brett Berard – 5-9, 152 – RW - In both
Here are some players who have looked good in the early going.
1) Will Francis – 6-4, 205 – D – Cedar Rapids- He’s an Anaheim pick committed to Minnesota Duluth. He’s very solid defensively. I like the way he strips the puck. He can break up scoring chances with his
Moritz Seider – The first thing you notice is the safe clears. He showed very good defensive awareness. Fast puck retrieval. No clears up the middle. Good at the point on the power play. He had an assist on the power play. You have to love that at 18, he
Morgan Frost - Frost good offensive zone entries. He showed a solid all-around game without many great offensive chances. Still, you don’t want him to play in the NHL and have to deal with being scoreless for long stretches. That doesn’t help a young player develop.
Joel Farabee – He’s a
German Rubstov – He gets high marks. He’s back where he was pre-injuries. He’s strong on his skates, makes intelligent plays and is already solid on the PK. All great signs for him to start the season with.
Joel Farabee – He knows where to go without the puck.
On July 1st the Flyers signed defenseman, Chris Bigras to a two-year, two-way contract. The Rangers had this RFA, but they never made him an offer. Now 24, he’s coming off an ankle injury that saw him shut down his season last February. Getting the first practice under his belt