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Puck: Player Ratings for Team Canada Junior Invitees

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12/3/2008 12:59:42 PM
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A quick look at the players named to Team Canada's selection camp and their junior production this season, using the TSN.ca Player Rating, which is a weighted formula covering goals per game, assists per game and plus-minus, with won-loss record, goals against average and save percentage the relevant statistics used for goaltenders.

Of course, production will be different from league-to-league and team-to-team, but this should provide some idea which players have been most productive to this point in their respective junior seasons:

GOALTENDERS
Jake Allen, Montreal (13-8-1, 2.82 GAA, .923 SVPCT in 22 GP) (76.97)
Chet Pickard, Tri-City (15-7-2, 2.73 GAA, .907 SVPCT in 24 GP) (70.87)
Tyson Sexsmith, Vancouver (14-2-2, 2.17 GAA, .899 SVPCT in 18 GP) (73.80)
Dustin Tokarski, Spokane (13-9-2, 2.02 GAA, .937 SVPCT) (92.63)

DEFENCE
Keith Aulie, Brandon (1-14-15, minus-3 in 28 GP) (66.43)
Tyler Cuma, Ottawa (1-7-8, minus-6 in 18 GP) (64.20)
Ryan Ellis, Windsor (15-30-45, plus-27 in 30 GP) (99.73)
Cody Goloubef, Wisconsin (0-4-4 in 16 GP)(N/A)
Travis Hamonic, Moose Jaw (3-11-14, minus-12 in 23 GP) (66.18)
Thomas Hickey, Seattle (6-9-15, plus-13 in 22 GP) (75.75)
Kevin Marshall, Quebec (5-8-13, plus-7 in 25 GP) (70.53)
Tyler Myers, Kelowna (4-15-19, plus-9 in 23 GP) (76.21)
Alex Pietrangelo, Brampton (5-8-13, plus-3 in 7 GP) (97.05)
Brendan Smith, Wisconsin (4-8-12 in 15 GP) (N/A)
Jared Spurgeon, Spokane (1-10-11, plus-11 in 19 GP) (71.21)
P.K. Subban, Belleville (4-29-33, plus-22 in 26 GP)(87.38)
Colten Teubert, Regina (8-12-20, plus-15 in 29 GP) (76.47)
Patrick Wiercioh, Denver (6-7-13 in 13 GP)(N/A)

FORWARDS
Jamie Arneil, Sarnia (14-13-27, minus-6 in 26 GP) (72.21)
Jamie Benn, Kelowna (23-18-41, plus-4 in 24 GP) (89.21)
Zach Boychuk, Lethbridge (10-10-20, plus-15 in 16 GP) (81.63)
Matt Calvert, Brandon (9-15-24, plus-4 in 24 GP) (72.63)
Patrice Cormier, Rimouski (12-11-23, plus-2 in 24 GP)(72.58)
Stefan Della Rovere, Barrie (16-11-27, even in 26 GP) (74.40)
Chris DiDomenico, Saint John (10-21-31, plus-9 in 24 GP) (78.92)
Matt Duchene, Brampton (12-21-33, plus-12 in 23 GP) (82.90)
Jordan Eberle, Regina (19-17-36, plus-1 in 29 GP) (78.26)
Tyler Ennis, Medicine Hat (13-18-31, plus-5 in 27 GP)(76.20)
Angelo Esposito, Montreal (12-10-22, plus-4 in 18 GP) (78.81)
Taylor Hall, Windsor (21-28-49, plus-16 in 27 GP) (92.29)
Cody Hodgson, Brampton (17-18-35, plus-10 in 20 GP) (90.40)
Nazem Kadri, London (12-16-28, plus-4 in 21 GP) (79.73)
Evander Kane, Vancouver (15-23-38, plus-19 in 23 GP) (89.30)
Riley Nash, Cornell (3-2-5 in 8 GP) (N/A)
Brayden Schenn, Brandon (14-17-31, plus-8 in 28 GP) (76.46)
Brett Sonne, Calgary (15-28-43, plus-18 in 29 GP) (85.13)
John Tavares, Oshawa (21-22-43, plus-6 in 28 GP)(85.07)
Dana Tyrell, Prince George (18-17-35, minus-22 in 27 GP) (73.49)




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