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.

Rangers 2001 Draft Review – Day Two

by Brandon LeBourveau
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The Rangers headed into the 4th round with the 113th overall selection, courtesy of Carolina in the Sandy McCarthy trade last summer. With players such as Colt King and Egor Shastin on the board, the Rangers selected defenseman Bryce Lampman from Omaha of the USHL. He is a 6’1 193 pound defenseman who shoots left.

Since the Rangers traded down in the 3rd round with Minnesota, they received the Wild’s 5th round pick (139th Overall). With that pick, the Rangers selected Right Wing Shawn Collymore from the Quebec Remparts of the QMJHL. Collymore is 5’11 and 185 pounds. According to Hockey’s Future’s QMJHL Writer Nicolas Gaudreau-Dupuis, he says “Collymore is a crafty right-winger with magical hands and an excellent hockey-sense. He can do almost anything with the puck. Collymore has a really fast release, but his shot isnt particulary hard, however it’s really precise. Collymore’s skating is good, and it could still improve. He “slides” naturally on the ice, but his foot speed could be improved even more. Collymore’s first step is usually slow, and he dont have an explosive acceleration, something he will have to work on in order to perform at the next level. Otherwise, Collymore is a finesse player that is growing into a dedicated leader. He wont back down from physical play, but he wont look for it either.” Collymore more than doubled his production this past season from the previous year, scoring 24 goals and 43 assists in 71 games played. I’m going to be excited about seeing his potential future.

In round 6, the Rangers held the 176th Read more»

Round 6 of the 2001 Entry Draft

by Mark Fischel
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ROUND 6

1. New York Islanders, Andy Chiodo, Goalie
2. Dallas, Michal Blazek, Defenseman
3. Toronto, Max Kondratiev, Defenseman
4. Florida, Dustin Johner, Center
5. Anaheim, Jan Tabacek, N/A
6. Montreal, Eric Himelfarb, Center
7. Philadelphia, Dennis Seidenberg, N/A
8. Columbus, Justin Aikins, Center
9. Chicago, Alexander Golvin, Left Winger
10. San Jose, Ryan Clowe, Right Winger
11. New York Rangers, Marek Zidlicky, Defenseman
12. Philadelphia, Andrei Razin, NA
13. Nashville, Anton Lavrentiev, Defenseman
14. Boston, Andrew Alberts, Defenseman
15. Phoenix, Scott Polaski, Right Winger
16. Carolina, Daniel Boisclair, Goalie
17. San Jose, Tom Cavanagh, Right Winger
18. Toronto, Jaroslav Sklenar, Forward
19. Colorado, Scott Horvath, Right Winger
20. Edmonton, Mikael Svensk, Defenseman
21. Chicago, Petr Puncochar, Defenseman
22. Columbus, Artem Vostrikov, N/A
23. Tampa Bay, Art Femenella, Defenseman
24. Atlanta, Pasi Nurminen, Goalie
25. St Louis, Brett Scheffelmaier, Defenseman
26. Washington, Zbynek Novak, Forward
27. Dallas, Jussi Jokinen, Forward
28. Ottawa, Brooks Laich, Center
29. New Jersey, James Massen, Right Winger Read more»

Round 5 of the 2001 NHL Entry Draft

by Mark Fischel
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ROUND 5

1. Ny Islanders, Duslan Salficky, Goalie,
2. Edmonton, Jussi Markkane, Goalie
3. Toronto, Kyle Wellwood, Center
4. Atlanta, Colin Stuart, Cemter
5. Florida, Billy Thompson, Goalie
6. Anaheim, Joel Perreault, Center
7. Tampa Bay, Paul Lynch, Defenseman
8. NY Rangers, Shawn Collymore, Right Winger
9. San Jose, Tomas Plihal, Forward
10. Columbus, Cole Jarrett, Defenseman
11. Chicago, Tommi Jaminki, Left Wing
12. Colorado, Frantisek Skladany,Left Wing
13. Colorado, C McCormick, C/RW
14. Calgary, J Hakewill, Defenseman
15. Philadelphia, Jussi Timonen, Defenseman
16. Boston, Jiri Jakes, Right Winger
17. Phoenix, David Klema, Center
18. Colorado, Mikko Vitanen, Defenseman
19. Philadelphia, Berend Bruckler, Goalie
20. Vancouver, Kevin Bieska, Defenseman
21. Los Angeles, Terry Denike, Goalie
22. Los Angeles, Tuukka Mantyla, Defenseman
23. Edmonton, Jake Brenk, Center
24. Buffalo, Michal Vondrka, Left Winger
25. Pittsburgh, Andy Schneider, Defenseman
26. Detroit, Andread Jamtin, Right Winger
27. Philadelphia, Roman Malek, Goalie
28. St Louis, Dimitri Semin, Forward
29. Washington, Artem Ternavsky, Defense
30. Dallas, Mike Smith, Goalie Read more»

Round 4 of the 2001 NHL Entry Draft

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ROUND 4

1. Anaheim, Jordan Tootoo, Winger
2. Ottawa, Ray Emery, Goalie
3. Atlanta, Brian Sipotz, Defenseman
4. Islanders, Cory Stillman, Center
5. Anaheim, Timo Parssinen, Forward
6. Minnesota, Tony Virta, Rigth Wing
7. Chicago, Brent Maclellan, Defenseman
8. Anaheim, Vladimir Korsunov, Defenseman
9. San Jose, Christian Ehroff, Goalie
10. San Jose, Dimitri Patzold, Goalie
11. Calgary, Tomi Maki, Right Winger
12. Montreal, Martti Jarventie, Defensman
13. Carolina, Rob Zepp, Goalie
14. Boston, Matti Kaltainen, Goalie
15. Atlanta, Milan Gajic, Center
16. NY Rangers, Bryce Lampman, Defenseman
17. Vancouver, Evgeny Gladskikh, Left Winger
18. Chicago, Vladimir Gusev, Defenseman
19. Los Angeles, Richard Petiot, Defenseman
20. Florida, Michael Woodford, Right Winger
21. Anaheim, Brendon Rogers, Defenseman
22. Chicago, Aleksey Zotkin, N/A
23. Pittsburgh, Tomas Surovy, Forward
24. Detroit, Drew MacIntyre, Goalie
25. St Louis, Igor Valeev, Right Winger
26. Tampa Bay, Aaron Lobb, Right Winger
27. Clagary, Egor Shastin, Forward
28. Washington, Jeff Lucky, Right Winger
29. Dallas, Daniel Volrab, Center
30. Ottawa, Christoph Schubert, N/A Read more»

Leafs’ Entry Draft Review (Day 1)

by Randy Nicholson
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A summary of activity in the Maple Leafs’ Camp on the first day of the NHL Entry Draft in Sunrise, Florida.

After securing several reinforcements (Reichel, Green and Renberg) for next season’s line-up in the days leading up to the draft, the Maple Leafs finally got around to improving their farm system on the floor of the National Car Rental Center. The Leafs arrived in Florida armed with four picks in the first three rounds and eleven selections overall. After the proceedings began, Quinn and Co. were able to further enhance this stash by sending C/W Igor Korolev to the Black Hawks in exchange for Chicago’s third round pick.

There was clearly a common element in all of the player acquisitions made by the Leafs in recent weeks – speed! This skill was also front and centre at the Entry Draft as each of the five players selected by Toronto on Day 1 possess better than average skating ability.


Here is a thumbnail assessment of the newest Maple Leafs.


Carlo Colaiacovo (D – Erie, OHL) : The Leafs were fairly certain that their first selection of the draft would be a defenseman and so it was. With Knyazev already gone and Gleason, Popovic and Woywitka still on the board, Toronto opted to take Etobicoke native Carlo Colaiacovo from the Erie Otters. Carlo (whose his surname is pronounced Colee-AKA-vo) enhanced his standing with the scouts throughout the stretch run and into the OHL playoffs by displaying lots of savvy, mobility and competitiveness. At 6-1 and 184 pounds, Colaiacova is hardly a bruiser but plays an effec Read more»

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