The look at Senators prospects and how they are doing this year.
Petr Schastlivy:GM G A P +/- PIM14 12 3 15 3 7
Anton Volchenkov: Volchenkov is Ottawa’s only first rounder not playing in the NHL (Daigle being the exception). He will need time to develop, so don’t expect him for another couple years. He is physically strong and solid on his skates. He has made the Russian squad for the World Junior Championships while playing for Krylia Sovetov of the Russian second division. Scouts said he was the best blueliner at a recent 1981-born tournament in Sweden.
Teemu Sainomaa: Playing for Jokerit of the Finnish elite league, Teemu is getting limited ice time because of his age. He has been selected to play for Finland’s National Junior team for the WJC.
Todd White: Leads Grand Rapids in scoring (27-19-15-25) and is a major reason for their early success.
Alexandre Giroux: Was invited to Canadian National Junior selection camp but was among first cuts. Among the leaders in QMJHL with 63 points in 38 games playing for the Hull Olymiques.
Simon Lajeunesse: Having a bad year on a bad team sportng a 3.95 GAA to go with a 9-19-1 record.
Antione Vermette: Right behind Giroux in the scoring department with 62 points in 41 games for the Victoriaville Tigres of the QMJHL.
Jan Bohac: A recent article at hockeysfuture pretty much summed it up. Bohac is playing in the Czech Elite league for Slavia Praha, but is not getting the ice time he deserves, again because of age and he has yet to show the offensive finish and consistency needed.
Mathieu Chouinard: Splitting time in the nets for the Griffins with Mike Fountain in his first pro season, he boasts a 6-2 record with a 2.96 GAA.