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BROCKVILLE BRAVES

JUSTIN GILBERT

very good positionally … good balance in stand-up and butterfly … reads the play well … controls rebounds … communicates well with his defencemen … good lateral movement … quick feet … very steady … always gives his team a chance to win

SEBASTIEN GINGRAS

puck-moving defenceman … good size … very confident with the puck … makes good first pass … good skater … very mobile … makes crisp passes … great wingspan with stick … excellent puck distributor … committed to Main for 2011-12

SHAYNE STOCKTON

offensive-minded centre … great vision … uses his linemates well … tremendous puck skills … nifty stick … hard, accurate shot … sees the ice very well … good passer … runs the power play effectively … committed to Holy Cross for 2010-11

DAUPHIN KINGS

RYAN DREGER

great skater … pure goal scorer … good offensive skills … quick stick … uses small stature to his advantage … knows how to finish (league-leading 53 goals) … works well with his linemates … tough player, despite lack of size … finds open spaces

SHANE LUKE

team leader … plays in all situations … dangerous on the penalty kill … sound vision … has terrific ability to find open man and get puck to him … tremendous offensive abilities (league-leading 101 points) … works well with his linemates

STEVEN SHAMANSKI

smooth skater … puck-carrying defenceman … relied on for offensive production … runs the power play effectively … terrific instincts … great vision … very good puck skills … uncanny ability to find open teammates … doesn’t give up any defensively

LA RONGE ICE WOLVES

LIAM BRENNAN

good skater … good puck skills … lethal on the penalty kill (league-leading 4 shorthanded goals) … good size and frame … solid up-and-down winger … plays with grit … more of a goal scorer than a playmaker … hard, accurate shot

DOUG LINDENSMITH

plays a responsible, two-way game … good offensive skills (team-leading 62 points) … back-checks well … provides grit … very dangerous on the penalty kill … solid in all three zones … not afraid to go into the corners or to the front of the net

DUSTIN STEVENSON

great leadership skills … quarterbacks power play … good shot … gets shot on net often … good patience with the puck … sees the ice very well … makes intelligent passes … likes to play physical … not afraid to get his hands dirty … committed to St. Lawrence for 2010-11

OAKVILLE BLADES

MIKE INGOLDSBY

quarterbacks the power play … good hard shot … gets shot on net often … good size … very mobile … good puck skills … makes an excellent first pass … good patience with the puck … sees the ice well … makes intelligent passes … committed to Union for 2010-11

RYAN MURPHY

pure goal scorer … scores goals at key times (team-leading 7 GWG) … great hands … high hockey IQ … very good offensive instincts … plays with intensity … not afraid to go into the corners or to the front of the net … committed to Niagara for 2010-11

DANIEL SAVELLI

big goaltender … excellent quickness … very athletic … moves very well for a goaltender of his size … controls rebounds well … quick hands and feet … anticipates well … stays square to the shooter … has very good positioning and technique

VERNON VIPERS

CURTIS GEDIG

solid, two-way defenceman … hard low shot … reads and understands the game well … good size and frame … has offensive skills … tough to beat one-on-one … selected by New Jersey (7, 204) in 2009 NHL Draft … committed to Ohio State for 2010-11

SAHIR GILL

skilled playmaker, but can score … good hands … excellent hockey instincts … reads on-ice situations well … works hard on every shift … defensively responsible … very good hockey sense in all three zones … explosive quickness … committed to Boston U. for 2010-11

CONNOR JONES

offensive-minded centre … great vision … tremendous puck skills … relentless worker … plays hard every shift … very dangerous on the penalty kill … uncanny ability to find open teammates … works well with twin brother Kellen … committed to Quinnipac for 2010-11


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