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14 BCHLers, plus one alum, listed in latest Central Scouting rankings
Tuesday, November 20, 2012 - Submitted by BCHL Media
NHL Central Scouting released Tuesday its preliminary rankings for junior hockey and a watch list of draft-eligible NCAA talent. There were 14 BCHL players listed in the ratings plus one graduate playing at the college level.

The Alberta Junior Hockey League had the next most players rated with six and the Ontario Junior Hockey League had four. The Central Canadian, Greater Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan junior leagues each had one player rated.

RATING GUIDE:

A Rating - indicates a 1st-Round candidate
B Rating - indicates a 2nd/3rd-Round candidate
C Rating - indicates a 4th/5th/6th-Round candidate


From the BCHL:

B Skaters

Adam Tambellini, Left Wing, Vernon Vipers

C Skaters

Dane Birks, Defence, Merritt Centennials
Dexter Dancs, Left Wing, Penticton Vees
Nolan De Jong, Defence, Victoria Grizzlies
Luke Esposito, Centre, Chilliwack Chiefs
Kevin Guiltinan, Defence, Vernon Vipers
Wade Murphy, Right Wing, Penticton Vees
Bo Pellah, Defence, Alberni Valley Bulldogs
Austin Plevy, Centre, Chilliwack Chiefs
David Pope, Left Wing, West Kelowna Warriors
Luke Ripley, Defence, Powell River Kings
Cooper Rush, Defence, Chilliwack Chiefs

C Goaltenders

Adam Clark, Salmon Arm SilverBacks
Chad Katunar, Penticton Vees

SilverBacks grad Morgan Zulinick, now playing at the University of Wisconsin, earned a C rating from Central Scouting also.

 
 
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Jakob Reichert (LAN) 12
Andrew Silard (CHI) 9
Brett Mulcahy (VER) 8
Jesse Neher (CV) 7
Ryan Rosenthal (COQ) 7
Tyson Dallman (WK) 6
Anthony Conti (SUR) 6
Myles Fitzgerald (VIC) 6
Cody DePourcq (PEN) 5
Chad Staley (PG) 5

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