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1John TavaresJason Spezza 6’1200RCLondon KnightsSep-90
2Victor HedmanZdeno Chara 6’7225LDModoDec-90
3Matt DucheneAndrew Cogliano 5’11194LCBrampton BattalionJan-91
4Brayden SchennBrendan Shanahan6’1200LCBrandon Wheat KingsAug-91
5Evander KaneBrad Boyes5’11168LCVancouver GiantsFeb-91
6Magnus Svenson PaajarviPeter Forsberg 6’1195LWTimraApr-91
7Jared CowanBrayden Coburn 6’5220RDSpokane ChiefsJan-91
8Dmitry KulikovMike Komisarek 6’0190DDrummondvilleOct-90
9Nazem KadriMike Fisher 6’0182LCLondon KnightsOct-90
10John MooreMarc Staal6’2183LDChicago (USHL)Nov-90
11Ryan EllisBrian Campbell5’10180RDWindsor SpitfiresJan-91
12Jordan SchroederJason Blake5’9170RWUniversity of MinnesotaNov-90
13Scott GlennieRod Brind’Amour6’1182CBrandon Wheat KingsFeb-91
14David RunbladScott Niedermayer6’3190LDSkellefteaOct-90
15Simon DespresMattias Ohlund6’3207LDCape BretonJul-91
16Ethan WerekRyan Malone6’3195LWKingston FrontenacsJun-91
17Peter HollandChris Drury6’2184LCGuelphJan-91
18Ryan O’ReillyShawn Horcoff6’1191LCErie OttersFeb-91
19Carter AshtonRyan Clowe6’5212RWLethbridge HurricanesApr-91
20Landon FerraroKyle Calder6’0182LWRed Deer RebelsAug-91
21Zac KassianSteve Bernier6’3211RWPeterborough PetesJan-91
22Oliver Ekman-LarssonTomas Kaberle6’1175LDLeksandJul-91
23Jacob JosefsonMichael Nylander6’0175LCDjurgardenMar-91
24Kyle PalmieriMike Comrie5’11185RCUS Under 18’sFeb-91
25Stefan ElliotMark Streit6’2190RDSaskatoonJan-91
26Calvin DeHaanDennis Wideman6’0173LDOshawa GeneralsMay-91
27Dylan OlsenBrad Stuart6’2207LDCamrose KodiaksJan-91
28Drew ShoreJarret Stoll6’3194RWUS Under 18’sMar-91
29Tysen BarrieJM Liles5’10176LDKelowna RocketsJul-91
30Jeremy MorinMike Cammellari6’1173RCUS Under 18’sApr-91
31Taylor Doherty6’5210RDKingston FrontenacsMar-91
32Tim Erixon6’1189LDSkellefteaFeb-91
33Olivier Roy6’0165GCape BretonJul-91
34Tommy Kivisto6’2194LDRed DeerJun-91
35Nick Leddy5’10183LDEden PrairieMar-91
36Matt Clark6’0185LDBrampton BattalionJan-91
37Cody Eakin6’0175LCSwift CurrentMar-91
38Jimmy Bubnick6’3195RCKamloops BlazersJan-91
39Marcus Johansson6’0191LCFarjestadOct-90
40Zach Budish6’2230RCEdinaMay-91
41Brayden McNabb6’4202LDKootenay IceJan-91
42Joonas Nattinen6’2180RCBlues Jr.Jan-91
43Chris Kreider6’2205LWAndover HighFeb-91
44Jordan Caron6’2201LCRimouski Nov-90
45Philippe Paradis6’2190CShawiniganJan-91
46David Gilbert6’2183LCQuebec RempartsFeb-91
47Louis Leblanc6’1176RWOmaha LandersJan-91
48Brandon Pirri6’0185LCGeorgetownApr-91
49Tomas Tatar5’11170CZvolenDec-90
50Michael Latta5’11192RCGuelph StormMay-91
51Matt Hackett6’2180GPlymouthMar-90
52Edward Pasquale6’3215GSaginaw SpiritNov-90
53Tomas Vincour6’3210LWEdmonton OilKingsNov-90
54Scott Stajcer6’1185GOwen Sound AttackJun-91
55Charles Olivier-Roussel6’1198DShawiniganSep-91
56Richard Panik6’3194LCTrinecFeb-91
57Jesse Blacker6’1190RDWindsor SpitfiresApr-91
58Byron Froese5’11190RCEverett SilvertipsJul-91
59Marcus Foligno6’3195LWSudbury WolvesAug-91
60Mikko Koskinen6’6190GBluesJul-88
61Michael Fine6’0192LCSault Ste. MarieMay-91
62Brandon Maxwell6’0195GUS Under 18’sMar-91
63Seth Halgeson6’5225LDSioux City (USHL)Oct-90
64Tony Rajala5’10172LWIlvesMar-91
65Kenny Ryan6’0205RWUS Under 18’sJul-91
66Gabriel Lemieux6’1170DShawiniganSep-90
67Matt Caria6’0190LCPlymouthNov-88
68Brett Flemming6’2200LDMississauga MajorsDec-90
69Taylor Beck6’1195RWGuelph StormJul-91
70Blake Thompson6’4204RDSioux Falls (USHL)Jul-91
71Cass Mappin6’0186LWRed DeerDec-90
72Rylan Schwartz5’11190LCNotre DameJan-90
73Justin Florek6’4191LWNorthern MichiganMay-90
74Chris Brown6’2190RCUS Under 18’sFeb-91
75Daniel Maggio6’2195LDSudbury WolvesJan-91
76Bjorn Krupp6’3190LDBelleville BullsMar-91
77Jordan Szwarz6’2190RDSaginaw SpiritMar-91
78Ryan Bourque5’10181RC US Under 18’sJan-91
79Colin Bowman6’3200LDKelowna RocketsJun-91
80Alex Hutchings5’10170LCBarrie ColtsNov-90
81Carl Klingberg6’2202LWFrolundaJan-91
82Phillip Samuelsson6’3202LDChicago (USHL)Jul-91
83Matt Mackay5’11190LCMoose Jaw WarriorsNov-90
84Eric Gelinas6’5193LDLewistonMay-91
85Josh Birkholz6’2185RWFargoMar-91
86Daniel Weiss6’3200RWBerlinFeb-91
87Nathan Lieuwen6’4190GKootenay IceAug-91
88Sami Vatanen5’9160RDJYP Jr.Jun-91
89Mark Owuya6’1200GAlmtunaJul-89
90Tyler Randell6’1191RWBelleville BullsJun-91
91Frederic Piche6’0180GAcadie-BathurstAug-91
92Bryce Williamson6’0190RWSt. AlbertDec-89
93Phil Varone5’10180LCLondon KnightsNov-90
94Casey Cizikas5’10188LCMississauga MajorsFeb-91
95Deven Stillar5’11200LW/CMelfortFeb-90
96Ryan Howse5’11198LWChilliwackJul-91
97Georgiy Gurianov6’5202RWWalpoleJun-91
98Anton Myllari6’2230DVasterasFeb-91
99Anton Lander6’1190RCTimraApr-91
100Eddie Lack6’4185GLeksand

I have had the opportunity to see many of the players listed on the NACS Top 100. Here are a few select thoughts on the players listed:

(Note: This will be updated throughout the day, as there are a lot of players to get to)

6. Magnus Svensson Paajarvi – I have only seen him play one game, versus Canada, but was suitably impressed. Very, very fast and excellent skill. I really like how he controlled the play down low and used his creativity to make room. As mentioned previously, I thought he could have been a little more aggressive with the game on the line. Stuck to the perimeter quite a bit.

10. John Moore- I have watched him play at least 10 teams over the last two years, and have impressed since the first sighting. Always the best defenseman on the ice. Smooth and fluid skater who excels at lugging the puck up the ice, sound positionally and makes crisp passes. Others mention Peter Holland as a “safe” pick, I think Moore fits the bill better.

12. Jordan Schroeder- Saw him in two games versus the Fighting Sioux, where he wilted like a flower. Obvious talents, but if he isn’t up for big games like this, how will he translate to the NHL. Same thing was said about Kessel, and he worked out ok. Fast and quick.

15. Simon Depres- Big mobile defender who took the lion’s share of the ice time for Canada. Uses his reach effectively and is tough to get around. Would have liked to see him get some PP time, as I think he passes well.

16. Ethan Werek- The former Boston U. commit goes up and down his wing and buries every chance he gets. In traffic, with time, bad angles, good angles it doesn’t matter. He can score pretty goals and he can score ugly goals. I see a little bit of Ryan Smyth there.

17. Peter Holland- Another no nonsense type forward. Just effectively does his job, especially the little things. I never saw him get hemmed in his own zone, makes the smart play with the puck and always has his man. Good straightaway speed, though the agility may not be there.

18. Ryan O’Reilly- To be honest, there were so many prospects in the games I was watching I didnt get much of a look. Seemed to be a good faceoff guy though.

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