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March 13 2009 at 3:50 PM
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Anyone interested, USHL Central Scouting has posted the '94's draft list.

http://www.ushl.com/centralscouting/draftlists.cfm

 
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good call

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March 13 2009, 7:06 PM 

Every 94 chicago teams has 8 or 9 kids and CYA 94 has 2 hahaha

 
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good call

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March 13 2009, 7:21 PM 

Your attitude is way out of line and has no place here or anywhere, get some help adjusting your attitude. You may also want to get help with math.

 
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March 13 2009, 8:40 PM 

There are definitely some names missing from this list, they don't even have half the teams listed correctly. How do you scout a player and not know who they play for? Why are their players listed as "unknown" teams? Ha Ha Ha this is just another joke list for parents to thump their chest over.

 
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March 14 2009, 6:21 PM 

Actually, this list is not a joke.

 
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March 14 2009, 8:57 PM 

Yes, the list is a joke when it is full of errors and "unknowns." If a scout watched a player and decided they were worthy of making this list why are there 8 players listed as "unknown" teams? They have several more players listed on incorrect teams. They can't keep straight who played u16 and who played u14. They don't even know how to spell Affton. That is one stellar list! That is just a few issues with the accuracy of that list, not even mentioning some of the players who made the list who are absolutely awful and others who didn't make the list who are heads and shoulders above some that did.

 
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March 15 2009, 6:34 AM 

That because....it doesnt matter for a few more years.
I bet all of you will have your money in ten days after recieving the invite to play in the showcase.

 
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March 15 2009, 9:27 AM 

The list seemed pretty accurate. All the players from Chicago teams are good players and the only thing I saw of notice was that TI had far fewer players than I would have guessed. And the "unknown" players have gone to prep school or are playing local high school and that is why there teams are not known.

 
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March 15 2009, 10:20 AM 

your kid won be drafted if he's not on that list; but there is no guarantee that he will be just because he's on the list. you definitely want him on the draft list in the next year.

 
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March 15 2009, 7:29 PM 

who won the midwest berth for the AAA 94 nationals?

 
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March 17 2009, 8:26 PM 

Regionals are this coming weekend. Wont know who won the Midwest berth until the games are played.

 
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March 18 2009, 1:01 PM 

Has anyone heard of any movement between clubs among the 94's?

 
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March 18 2009, 1:05 PM 

musical chairs. everyone will be moving until the music stops. hope you have a seat

 
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Season is still going

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March 18 2009, 1:10 PM 

The 94 Mission are still playing there season, so IF the coaches play by the rules they will not call any Mission players until there season is done. Its hard to make deals when not everyone is at the deal table yet.

 
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Mission 94 to da Fury

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April 7 2009, 10:55 AM 

How many Mission 94's will be wearing Fury Jersey's?

The over / under is 3?

How many Mission 94's were on the phone with McCluskey before their plane landed from Texas (Nationals)?

The over/ under is 3?

 
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April 7 2009, 1:01 PM 

If Mission 94s left for another program, it would be TI not Fury.

 
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April 7 2009, 7:44 PM 

Taking three players with him to mission major his three favorites

 
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April 8 2009, 7:02 AM 

3 94's playing major? good luck with that.

 
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April 9 2009, 9:56 AM 

Who would be able to play at Majors besides SP?

 
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April 9 2009, 10:10 PM 

no one not even SP could play majors and be succesful

 
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94 MM?

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April 12 2009, 9:12 AM 

you have to be stupid to take 3 94's for MM. Dont get me wrong these kids are probably good but mission will fall apart and it wil unnattract anyone good looking to go to mission. Why woudlnt you play minors these kids will probably have an average year not producing very much. It will be hard for these kids to compete at the MM level...92's and 91's are a very skilled level

 
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April 12 2009, 11:02 AM 

Mission MM was the youngest MM team last year so that means there will not be too much rebuliding

 
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April 12 2009, 2:59 PM 

they will definitely be rebuilding.

 
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94 class

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April 14 2009, 9:17 AM 

Fury CC has size and mind to give it a try, RG maybe ready.
TI TP has the skills and speed but size may hurt him.
Mission: SP is ready now, RP is ready now.
CYA None.

MM is a huge step up for any 94, minor's will be tough enough. Some coaches
like to play players up to showcase them. Some maybe ready while others may just be there for the coach to promote them. Any 94 who plays major will be looked has a top player know matter if he is or not.

 
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April 22 2009, 9:47 AM 

Not necessarily so.

You will be looked at on the ice. There you will either look like you belong or you won't. A 94 on a MM team who doesn't look like he belongs will do nothing good for his reputation. What's the rush? The NHL can't draft you until you are 18 anyway! Let's see the 94s dominate the 93s at the minor level. That's better than riding the pine at majors. How much special teams play do you expect your 94 superstar to get against 19 year olds?

I also agree that 3 94s on a MM roster will cause the better 91s and 92s to not take that team seriously. Time is running out for the 91s. They need next year to be successful. The last thing they need is to babysit some 94s. Three 94s on a MM team tell me the coach has nothing this year.

In fact most 93s should play minors again next year.

 
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April 22 2009, 6:38 PM 

Unfortunately you have some particular coaches who won't be making that decision based on whats best for the team but rather what is best for their bank account. Baby sitting apparently pays REAL well these days!

 
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