Corey Durocher

Hometown:

Ottawa Ontario

Currently Playing In:

CHL

Birthday:

0000-00-00

Position:

LW

Eligible for draft:

2010

Shoots:

Left

Drafted:

2010

Height:

6-2

Acquired:

6th round (163rd overall), 2010

Weight:

173 lbs.

Probability of Success
  • D

History

2008-09: Durocher scored 7 goals with 20 assists and 16 PIM for Gloucester in the CJHL.

2009-10: Durocher scored 15 goals with 11 assists and was -5 with 26 PIM in 66 games as a rookie with Kingston in the OHL. He scored 2 goals and was +3 with 4 PIM in the Frontenacs seven-game first round playoff series loss to Brampton.

2010-11: Durocher increased his offensive output while playing sound two-way hockey in his second season with Kingston (OHL). In 63 games he scored 14 goals with 23 assists and was -5 with 26 PMs for the Frontenacs. In five OHL playoff games he had 1 assist and was -5 with 2 PMs. Durocher was traded to the Soo Greyhounds in June 2011.

Talent Analysis

Durocher skates well at 6’3, and has the hands and skill to have a shot at the next level, but he needs to add more weight and muscle beyond his listed 183 pounds before he can be considered for the NHL. He has improved his offensive skill set somewhat, though he is still a project at this point.

Future

Durocher will play in the OHL this season, and probably the next. He is a player that projects as a bottom-line role player, but is still a few years away from contributing at the NHL level.

Traverse City Tourney, Day 2

by Jessica Haskin
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Second Game, Second Loss

The Detroit Red Wings haven’t had great success at this year’s prospect
tournament in Traverse City, Michigan. Playing two games and losing
each by one point.

The Minnesota Wild’s beat Detroit five to four after Detroit had a lead
of three to nothing in the first period. In the second game, the
Columbus Blue Jackets beat the Red Wings two to one.

Joey MacDonald defended the net for Detroit with Pascal Leclaire
starting in goal for Columbus.
Columbus’ Trevor Ettinger and Detroit’s Jeff Feniak did a little dance
for the fans when they dropped the gloves twelve minutes into the game.
Both received 5 minute majors for fighting.

Columbus scored first with six minutes and nineteen seconds to go in the
first period. Brian Cummings getting a pass from Scott Heffeman sent the
puck through MacDonald’s five-hole.
Ettinger was still itching for a good fight and went with Brian
McGrattan three minutes into the second period. Ettinger pulled
McGrattan’s jersey over his head after they’d both gotten a few shots in
on each other. Ettinger then gave McGrattan a few more shots to the face
and pulled him down to the ice when they officials broke it up. Both
were given five minute fighting majors and a game misconduct.

Columbus’ Duvie Westcott went to the penalty box for slashing seven
minutes and twelve seconds into the second period. Thirty-five seconds
into the power play Chad LaRose put Detroit on the score board. Greg
Jacina passed across the front of the net to LaRose who put it in the
net, low on the Read more»

Sabres Report: From St. Catherines to Charleston

by Ken McKenna
on

The traveling road show otherwise known as the 2001 Buffalo Sabres’ training camp will kick off in St. Catherines, ON on September 12th at the Jack Gatecliff Arena. This will begin a preseason odyssey for the team that will see them travel several hundred miles to points North, South and Midwest, all for the purpose of preparing the Sabres for the coming 2001-02 season.

Following the completion of the Canadian phase of camp on September 15th, the Sabres, in a move that is sure to pad their frequent flyer miles, will depart for that Southern hockey hotbed of Charleston, SC. Charleston, of course, is the home of Buffalo affiliate, and reigning ECHL champ, the South Carolina Stingrays. This portion of camp will run from September 17th-20th, with the team then returning to Buffalo to finish off their camp at both the HSBC Arena and the Pepsi Center in Amherst, NY.

The fun truly begins on September 21st, when Buffalo opens their slate of 6 preseason games with a contest at HSBC Arena vs. the Ottawa Senators. The 2001 preseason schedule looks like this:

Date

Opponent

Location

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Vancouver Giants: Building a Winner

by Dave Donnelly
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A few hours before the Vancouver Giants began their third pre-season game out at Queen’s Park Arena in New Westminster, I spoke with Scott Bonner, GM, about the organizational plans for the newest team to enter the WHL. A laid-back gentleman, Bonner was warm and relaxed but at the same time candid, and left me with the impression that he was pulling together a wealth of hockey knowledge that had worked collaboratively in formulating a solid game-plan for the full development of the club.

The first order of business for these Giants under Bonner’s tutelage was to put an entertaining product on the ice. He pared it down to bringing together a close-knit group of young players—no bad apples need apply—that realized they are privileged to be playing in the best under-20 league in the world, and who are going to buy into Head Coach Milan Dragicevic’s proven approach: hard work every night.

If the first local pre-season game held earlier in the week at the South Surrey Arena against the Kamloops Blazers—one that they won 6-5 with 16 seconds remaining in OT—is any indication of what is in store for the fans, the Giants will indeed satiate all appetites for some earnest, never-say-die hockey.

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FLA-PHO Rookie Game Recap

by HF Staff
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HULL, Quebec – The four-team 2001 NHL prospects tournament continued on Friday at the Robert-Guertin Arena just outside of Ottawa with the Phoenix Coyotes defeating the Florida Panthers 4-2. Florida’s record in the tourney dropped to 0-3-0. The Panthers will play in the consolation game at 4:30 PM on Saturday. Florida’s goal scorers on Friday were LW Josh Olson (Florida’s sixth choice in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft) and C Stephen Weiss. Selected in the first round of this year’s NHL Draft (fourth overall), Weiss tied the score at two in the second period on a top right corner power play goal. Weiss was named the Player of the Game for the Panthers. G Davis Parley stopped 24 shots. Phoenix’s final goal was an empty net tally. The Panthers outshot the Coyotes 36-28.

FIRST PERIOD: Florida fired 15 shots on goal and opened a 1-0 lead on Olson’s second goal in as many nights. He was assisted on the power play tally by RW David Morisset and C Mike Green. The Panthers outhsot the Coyotes 15-6 and benefited from five power play opportunities.

SECOND PERIOD: Weiss evened the score and notched his first goal of the tourney with a wrist shot to the top right corner of the net. D Lucas Krajicek and RW Sean O’Connor each assisted on the power play goal. Phoenix scored twice on the power play, connecting for a pair of goals just 0:51 seconds apart. Florida held a 12-10 advantage in shots in the period, and a 27-16 edge for two periods combined. Morisset finished the game with three shots and six hits before being ejected for fighting in t Read more»

Traverse City Tourney Notes

by Jessica Haskin
on


Minnesota’s Comeback Kids

There’s a new team in camp this year and you better watch out!

The Minnesota Wilds first game, of the six team Prospect Tournament in
Traverse City, Michigan, didn’t have a good beginning. They fell behind
three to zero in the first period but came back to win the game five to
four.

The first goal came for the Detroit Red Wings fifty seconds into the
game the first shot was taken and Tomas Kopecky’s wrister slipped past
Brady Block.
With three minutes and twenty seconds left in the first period,
Minnesota’s Brian Passmore was called for hooking. With the power play
it only took the Red Wings twenty-one seconds to score. Ryan Barnes
received the puck from Tomas Kopecky and drilled it into the net and
then followed head first to join the puck in the net.

Detroit was put on the power play again just twenty-one seconds later
when Rod Sarich was sent to the penalty box for holding. A minute into
the power play Danny Groulx passed the puck across the front of the net
to Pavel Datsyuk who one-timed it past Block.

With one minute and two seconds left in the period Dan Cavanaugh of the
Wilds went to the box for interference but a minute later Detroit’s
Jason Baird took a tripping call to nullify the power play and end the
period.

Minnesota came back from the intermission with hunger. Fifty-three
seconds into the second period Eric Johansson scored with the extra room
on the ice, with Cavanaugh and Baird still in their respective penalty
box.

Cavanaugh Read more»

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