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.

Florida Panther Page Update

by Mark Fischel
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With a Panther record 374 man-games lost this year (as compared to the previous years total of 168), Florida had the opportunity to see a good number of players get some NHL ice time and to give management a fair idea of what the future can hold for several players.

The Panther page is able to successfully announce the graduation of Roberto Luongo, Denis Shvidki, Marcus Nilson, and Dan Boyle. These players make up the post-season list and who I feel are the players that will be given the opportunity to keep their roster spots next year, instead of having to win them from veterans. The next wave of graduated prospects will be determined by what rookies this year earn a starting spot on what surely will be a revamped Panther roster next year.

As of right now, player profiles have been updated for Luongo, Nilson, Shvidki, Novoseltsev, Jakopin, and Ference. Over the next few days all the top player profiles will be updated, and all new profiles can be expected for the 2001 draft picks. The stats for this year have also been updated for all the graduated prospects and the top prospects.

Also to be posted soon to the Panther page, an analysis of Roberto Luongo’s amazing season, a full Panther prospect report card and season review, a comprehensive 2001 NHL Entry-Draft preview and review, and new poll questions.
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Who will be there at #9 for the Chicago Blackhawks?

by Bill Placzek
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Atlanta’s winning of the draft lottery solidified the draft slotting for the 2001 draft in Sunrise, Florida on June 23 and 24th.

I would like to be the first to attempt to project the players to teams presently in the spots #1-8 leading up to the possible Hawk pick at #9. There is always the possibility that GM Mike Smith trades out of the #9 slot (though a questionable move in a draft with third tier up to pick #12) or out of the #29 pick which the Hawks obtained from the Detroit Red Wings in the Chris Chelios deal.
The Hawks will be picking around or lower than the slots listed below depending upon any additional draft picks added as supplementals to teams for loss of their free agents signed by other clubs:
1 – Hawks – 9th
1 – from Detroit – 29th
2 – from Stars – 61st
3 – Hawks – 75th
3 – from Flyers – 90th
4 – Hawks – 105th
4 – from Leafs – 113th
5 – Hawks – 141st
6 – Hawks – 176th
7 – Hawks – 206th
9 – Hawks – 270th
But who will be the player chosen from the 2001 crop to lead the 2004 Hawks out of the depths into playoff contention?
We can make a pretty good prediction based on that if we try and predict the players who will go first.
Atlanta, by way of their lottery win, move up two slots and have to decide between three top players in LW Ilya Kovalchuk,C Jason Spezza,and C/W Stanislav Tchistov. All have their strengths, but Kovalchuk destined to be the first Russian chosen #1 overall.

Islanders have second pick in 2001 draft

by Jonathan Litterine
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The New York Islanders had a bad bad year. The least they could hope for
was the number one overall selection in June’s NHL Draft. Well there not
going to win that battle either. Earlier today the NHL conducted it’s annual
“Draft Lottery”. Due to the fact the Islanders had the worst record they were
most likely to win the lottery and acquire the first pick. The Islanders
ended up with the second overall pick. Isles GM Mike Milbury said if he had
the 1st pick he was going for Windsor Spitfires Center Jason Spezza. Well now
that the Atlanta Thrashers have the first pick, chances are Milbury will
either take Spezza or Ilya Kovalchuk, depending on who is taken first.
Spezza seems to be the likely choice, but Kovalchuk is flying up draft
boards while playing over in Russia. Either way all this proves is that
nothing goes right for the Islanders. Last Year they won the draft lottery
and in my opinion blew the pick on Rick DiPietro. Instead of Roberto Luongo
and maybe Marian Gaborik or Dany Heatley, the Isles ended up with DiPietro
and Mark Parrish, after a draft day deal with Florida. That is a loss at
both ends of the ice. So the logical pick for Milbury seems to be either
Spezza or Kovalchuk, but has Mike Milbury ever done anything logical in his
tenure as general manager of the Islanders?

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