Copyright © 1999-2018 The Hockey Western New York, LLC and the National Hockey League. Go Premium for Elite Prospects Support. Again, I don’t want to overhype Worge but there is value in late round picks who show progress in the European leagues at such a young age and NHL teams are always looking for depth in that regard for players who offer long term potential, even if it comes with a lower ceiling. He still projects as a 6-7 defenseman as a best case scenario but I’m not overly optimistic about his future impact for the Sabres. Peterson completes the postseason with no points and five shots on goal in two games. Alexis Lafreniere is the consensus favorite to be selected first overall. He's a really good guy. The opening round of the United States Hockey League playoffs concluded over the weekend, with just one of the three Buffalo Sabres prospects involved advancing to the next round. ", Quinn on who he plays like in the NHL: "A couple guys that came to mind would be (Boston forward David) Pastrnak - I like his game - and (Washington forward) T.J. Oshie as well.". When you were watching Star Wars, he was watching Peter Puck. His positioning in the offensive zone frequently puts him in great spots to score goals and though he is only listed at 5’8″, I believe he has sneaky middle 6 potential. by Sabres Prospects Notebook – Midterm Report Card 2019-20 Part 2 […], […] JANUARY 2020 Sabres Prospects Notebook 1-27-20 Sabres Prospects Notebook 1-22-20 Sabres Prospects Notebook – Midterm Report Card 2019-20 Part 1 Sabres Prospects Notebook – Midterm Report Card 2019-20 Part 2 […], Buffalo Sabres Game Preview #48 – Dallas Stars, Sabres Prospects Notebook – Midterm Report Card 2019-20 Part 1, Prospect Notebook: 2019-20 Year End Review, Curtis’ Final 2020 NHL Draft Rankings – Top 100, The NHL Should Stick With The 24-Team Playoff Format, and Here is Why, Analyzing possible linemates for Dylan Cozens. Judd Peterson (2012, seventh round) watched the final two games from the stands with an ankle injury as Cedar Rapids was eliminated from postseason play Saturday with 7-3 loss at Dubuque. I think it started with a great summer in the gym and, you know, that led to me feeling in good shape and being a lot more confident in myself. The Athletic's Corey Pronman, who has Quinn ranked 16th on his list, told that Quinn is receiving top-10 consideration by teams as a result. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Now it's time to talk about one of the league's most potent goal scorers. 8 for 8 profiles: Marco Rossi | Cole Perfetti| Anton Lundell| Lucas Raymond| Alexander Holtz| Jake Sanderson| Jamie Drysdale. […] Part 2 can be found here. I think my skating improved a bit and a little more ice time, a little more confidence, and the puck started going in. While there is still time for him to turn into a respectable NHLer, the expectations for his ceiling need to be lowered as his year over year progress has plateaued and even regressed some when at age 21, he should really be showing large growth in his production. He doesn’t project as a bottom 6 forward in the NHL at this point in time but he should offer some stability for Rochester in the future and be an emergency type forward in the event the Sabres really get hit hard with injuries. Cloud State University in the fall. Clearly a late bloomer on the development curve, his performance this year (especially on the powerplay) shows that he has a skill set which could translate well to the NHL. Recent Stats:  7 GP – 1 G – 2 A – 3 PTSMidterm Grade:  BNotes:  Currently sitting 2nd in goals for Rochester with 10, Oglevie has put his injury woes behind him and been a major contributor for the Amerks hot start. Recent Stats:  5 GP – 0 G – 1 A – 1 PTSMidterm Grade:  CNotes:  Much like Cronholm, it was encouraging to see Worge get some SHL action this year and though it was short lived, it’s an indicator that while he may have a low ceiling as a prospect, Botterill seems to have a good eye for players who have a legitimate NHL future. That number ranked second in the league behind Nick Robertson, a second-round pick by Toronto in 2019. He had an injury shortened season last year and was around a point per game player in the OHL, something that has continued this year as he has already surpassed his goal total in 4 fewer games. Recent Stats:  2 GP – 0 G – 1 A – 1 PTSMidterm Grade:  C-Notes:  The hulking defenseman who was an extremely safe 2nd round pick in the 2018 draft with so much talent still available is exactly as advertised and hasn’t developed his offensive game at all which will limit his ceiling as he gets older. He should be in a great position to receive top 6 minutes in Rochester next year if he continues the way he is playing and ultimately the chance to be one of the first call ups to Buffalo in 2020-21.

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