Prospect Info: Mastercard Memorial Cup 2018 | 100 Years | Regina

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  1. Soli

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    Oilers storylines are scattered throughout the four teams vying for the 100th Memorial Cup.

    REGINA PATS (WHL - HOSTS)

    - Cameron Hebig: signed earlier this year as a WHL free agent by the Oilers, the 6'0 right handed C/RW scored 41-49-90 in 66 games split between the Blades and Pats. He added 6-2-8 in 7 playoff games. He'll likely be a part of the talented youth infusion with the Condors next season.


    HAMILTON BULLDOGS (OHL CHAMPIONS)

    - Brandon Saigeon: he attended Oilers development, rookie, and training camp the past summer after going through his second draft unselected. He put up a 35-35-70 season in 65 games and scored 18-7-25 in 21 games. His boost in goal scoring this year may be attributed to being the trigger on a backdoor setup on the PP, but he's also rounded into a strong two-way guy, faceoff centerman, and added some sandpaper to his game.


    ACADIA-BATHURST TITANS (QMJHL CHAMPIONS)

    - Noah Dobson: With the 10th overall pick, Noah Dobson is a possible candidate for the Oilers, if someone in the Top-9 likes themselves some Kotkaniemi or other. The 6'3 RHD put up a staggering 17-52-69 in 67 games and will be playing to a big audience. Possible he plays himself out of our reach, but on the same token possible he plays himself into ours grasp.


    SWIFT CURRENT BRONCOS (WHL CHAMPIONS)

    - Stuart Skinner: 26 playoff games, 16 wins, 10 losses, 0.932 SV%, 2.20 GAA, 6 shutouts. Knocked out his former team from the playoffs and out dueled Carter Hart in the WHL finals to a tune of 0.948 SV% and 2 shutouts. Skinner tied the WHL record for playoff shutouts. He was robbed of the MVP. The Edmonton native signed with the hometown team this week.

    - Manny Viveiros: general manger and bench boss of the WHL champion Swift Current Broncos. There's been rampant speculation that he will join the NHL ranks behind the bench in an assistants role, and even whispers it could be with the Oilers.

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    The draft eligible prospects will be looking to increase their stock a month before the 2018 entry draft is held in Dallas.

     
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    Memorial Cup - Game 1 - Hamilton vs. Regina @ 8 PM
    Listen at 620 CKRM Regina or watch on CHL Live or watch on SN360, SN (jip if the Blue Jays game goes long), SN1 (jip after the Jets/Knights game)
     
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    I believe Jujar's brother attended the Oilers prospect camp last fall as well, he's a d-man for Swift Current.
     
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    He’s also actually a beast out there in junior.
     
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    Since he's 19, I'm not sure if he is re-entering the draft next month, but I hope the Oilers sign him as an undrafted player. Having his brother in the organization will help.

    From what I've read, he's been a huge part of their defense this season.
     
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    Important, according to Viveiros, but not really huge.
     
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    In regards to Sahvan, he's been very solid this year. He's been even more solid in the playoffs. As I've previously mentioned, I have an uncle who is a big Swift fan and he was saying the other day he believes Khaira will be a bottom pairing d man in the NHL one day.

    He's also a Bruins fan, and mentioned he sees a lot of similarities in Khaira that he sees in Kevan Miller. He's big, mean, and can defend.

    I definitely wouldn't mind Chia drafting/signing this guy
     
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    For the opening Memorial Cup game for the home team, there sure seem to be a lot of empty seats in the lower bowl.
     
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    I read that the average ticket is upwards of $90. That’s absolutely Absurd for junior hockey.
     
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    Nick Henry with the winner at 19:27 of the third. 3-2 Pats.
     
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    Yeah, that will keep people away for the round robin games. That is pretty hefty price tag for a junior game.
     
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    not to mention who can go watch a game when there's seeding to do ;)
     
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    Nick Henry scored the GWG with 33 seconds left in the third and Max Paddock made 31 saves, as the Pats outlasted the Bulldogs 3-2. Cameron Hebig had no points, 4 shots, won 2 of 4 faceoffs and was even.
    Mastercard Memorial Cup
    Henry’s last minute marker lifts Pats to opening night win – Mastercard Memorial Cup
    mastercardmemorialcup.ca highlight video (3:06): Hamilton (2) – Regina (3) – GM1 – Highlights – Mastercard Memorial Cup
    reginapats.com highlight video (6:02): RECAP: Henry’s late heroics give Pats opening night win at Mastercard Memorial Cup – Regina Pats
    On-ice post-game video with Josh Mahura and Sam Stel: Regina – GM1 – On-Ice Post Game – Mastercard Memorial Cup
    Hamilton coach John Gruden post-game video: Hamilton – GM1 – John Gruden Post Game – Mastercard Memorial Cup
    Regina coach John Paddock post-game video: VIDEO: Post game comments from Head Coach and GM John Paddock – Regina Pats
    Game 1 re-cap: Hamilton (2) – Regina (3) – GM1 – Recap – Mastercard Memorial Cup

    Also: Regina unveils their MC commemorative jerseys: #MMC100: Pats unveil Commemorative jerseys – WHL Network
     
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    It's too early to tell if he's got an NHL future, but I like how Hebig plays the game. He's dogged on the forecheck, shows good offensive awareness and isn't afraid to go into the dirty areas to find loose pucks around the net. I could see him doing well in the AHL at least.
     
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    Was keeping an eye on the goals, haven’t seen Hebig play much and didn’t see a lot of the game, but yeah, did notice 41 in the blue paint on both of the last goals looking for a screen and rebound. Got into it with Robert Thomas (man that’s a face you wanna punch).
     
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    It's really sad how greedy they're getting about this event. I drove out to Saskatoon back in 2013 when they hosted with a bunch of my friends and it was a blast, and I'm sure that we paid right around $325 for a ticket package for the whole event. We discussed going to both Red Deer in 2016 and Regina this year but the prices turned us away. Saw this on Twitter yesterday which makes me optimisitic that they might be going the other way with it:

     
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    That’s the post I saw. Thanks for finding it.

    $90+ for junior hockey is high seas piracy, and nothing more. I don’t care if it’s the memorial cup or not.
     
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    Stuart Skinner
    Playoffs:
    (First round): 7 GP 4-3 370:05 230 S 17 GA 2.76 GAA 0.926 SV% 1 SO
    (Quarter-final): 7 GP 4-3 501:00 227 S 13 GA 1.56 GAA 0.943 SV% 3 SO
    (Semi-final): 6 GP 4-2 369:22 205 S 18 GA 2.92 GAA 0.912 SV%
    (Final): 6 GP 4-2 369:30 218 S 11 GA 1.79 GAA 0.950 SV% 2 SO

    (Total): 26 GP 16-10 1609:57 880 S 59 GA 2.20 GAA 0.933 SV% 6 SO
     
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    No one watching?
     
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    Watching and enjoying it.
     
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    I love this tournament
     

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