Sebastien Piche
the NHL

Sebastien Piche

Hometown:

Evain Quebec

Currently Playing In:

Pro

Birthday:

1988-02-04

Position:

D

Eligible for draft:

2006

Shoots:

Left

Drafted:

Height:

6-0

Acquired:

Trade with Detroit, 2012

Weight:

202 lbs.

Probability of Success
  • D

History

2008-09: Had a breakout year for Rimouski, scoring 72 points in 62 games.

2009-10: In his first pro season, Piche appeared in 9 AHL games with Grand Rapids with no points and 4 PIMs. He skated in 36 ECHL games with the Toledo Walleye, scoring 5 goals, 23 assists for 28 points. He added 2 assists in 4 playoff games.

2010-11: Piche spent most of his season on the ECHL’s Toledo Walleye, playing in 48 games and scoring 12 goals and 21 assists for 33 points. He also saw time with the Griffins where he put up 2 assists through 11 games.

Talent Analysis

Is an offensive-oriented defenseman. Piche does very well on the powerplay, as he has good puck control and possesses an impressive, strong shot. He also plays a steady defensive game when needed.

Future


Projects as a depth defenseman. Will really need to step up and show he can play at the pro level.  Piche was dealt to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the deal that brought Kyle Quincey back to the Detroit Red Wings.

Slovak Extra League – Junior Players In Regular Season 2000-01

by Daniel Kysel
on

Name                 Team          GP    G    A   Pts   +/-   PIM
Tomas Surovy         Poprad        53   22   28    50   +3     30
Michal Ruzicka       Skalica       55   12   10    22   -16    16
Martin Drotar        Kosice        44   10    8    18   -13    16
Michal Macho         Martin        37    5   10    15   -5     12
Lukas Hvila          Poprad        51    7    8    15   -8     89
Stefan Fabian        Kosice        45    4   10    14   -8     41
Tomas Slovak         Kosice        43    5    5    10   -9     28
Tomas Starosta       Trencin	   53    4    3     7   -3     16
Peter Gajdos         Kosice        24    4    3     7   -8      8
Alexander Valentin   Kosice        32    3    3     6   -9     20
Ladislav Gabris      Trencin       49    2    3     5   -10    32
Peter Sivak          L.Mikulas     36    1    3     4   -5     14
Martin Zajac         Trencin       49    0    3     3   +7     20
Ondrej Kavulic       Zvolen        13    0    3     3   -2      6
Pavol Hruby          L.Mikulas     30    1    1     2   -7      8
Richard Stehlik      Skalica       45    1    1     2   -7     14
Lukas Srnka          Trencin       14    0    1     1   +2      4
Jozef Lukac          Kosice        12    0    2     2   -6      8
Tomas Jurco          Poprad        37    0    0     0   -7     14
Karol Sloboda        Trencin       22    0    0     0    0      0
Martin Labaj         L.Mikulas     27    0    0     0   -12     4
Ivan Kolozvary       Trencin       14    0    0     0    0      2
Marek Grill          Skalica       Read more»

Prospect Ilja Gorokhov

by Evan Andriopoulos
on

See Prospect Ranking for more information on this future Ranger. Thank you Eugene Belashenko for the information and please visit his site for more information on Russian prospects www.russianprospects.com

Sabres Report: Left of Center

by Ken McKenna
on

The left wing position has always been a difficult one to fill for the Buffalo Sabres, at least via the draft. Buffalo has had a handful of successes at the draft table when drafting for the left side, with the most notable choices being Rick Martin, Craig Ramsay and Tony McKegney, but those picks were made many years ago. Most of the Sabres’ LW choices have instead been of the journeyman variety, at best, or the picks have simply never made it past the minors.

Buffalo currently has some quantity when it comes to LW prospects, but few are blessed with great skill, and at least one will likely not become a part of the organization. That one black sheep, Barrett Heisten, also happens to be Buffalo’s best prospect at this position. Barrett has yet to sign a contract with the Sabres, so, due to the Mike Van Ryn loophole in the CBA, should Barrett not sign by 6/1/01, he will become a free agent available to the highest bidder. Buffalo would receive compensation should Barrett sign with another team (probably a 2nd Round compensation pick), so the blow of losing Heisten would be somewhat softened.

Given that Barrett is technically still a Buffalo prospect (and he could certainly still sign with the Sabres), it should be noted that Heisten is having a productive, though not spectacular, 1st junior season. Heisten is playing for the Seattle Thunderbirds of the WHL, where he is currently 3rd in scoring for that team. Barrett got off to a hot start Read more»

Where the Help Will Come? Pre-Mike Smith Prospects

by Bill Placzek
on

Pre-Mike Smith picks who may help.

Mark Bell is the flat out best prospect picked by anyone besides Mike Smith. The Hawks were able to trade up with Toronto since the leafs felt that no one suspected they would reach with Nicky Antropov, so the Leafs felt comfortable dropping down two slots.

Mark was pressured early to contribute two bad Hawk clubs and the speed of the NHL game and expectations viewing him a regular were factors Mark had trouble overcoming.
Assignment to Norfolk has enabled him to develop and return to playing without thinking, something he said he was guilty of doing in his Blackhawk tryout. It would be no surprise to this writer if Bell eventually ends up as one of the Hawk four centres. The Blackhawk commitment to Zhamnov, Nylander, and the emergence of Chris Herperger, leaves Bell in a position where he must show he is better than other proven vets already established.

Although Kent Huskin’s Clarkson team did not survive the first round of the ECAC Tournament, he is another Ottawa born player who has the size and abilities that make the parent club take notice. He is not yet 21 and will probably be again selected to the ECAC All-Star team.
Another college player making noise in heard by the Hawk brass is Centre Tyler Arnason of St. Cloud. He has improved in his goal scoring with 14, 19, and 24 goals in the WCHA. His father scored 109 goals in the NHL from 1972-79, so his bloodlines are good. He is a good face-off man with scoring touch. His passing ability is why he has been asked to play the point on the power play i Read more»

Caps Make Moves For Playoffs

by Rick Davis
on
In case you don’t read much about hockey or have been living in a cave, the Capitals made a couple of moves that could turn out to have a serious impact on the upcoming postseason. The one that really sticks out is the acquisition of Trevor Linden and Danius Zubrus from Montreal in exchange for Richard Zednik and Jan Bulis. The Capitals also traded their first round pick in the upcoming draft in exchange for New Jersey’s second round pick to sweeten the deal for Montreal. Washington also acquired Jason Marshall from Anaheim in exchange for Alexei Tezikov and a fourth-round pick, and swapped AHLers by trading Matt Herr to the Flyers for defenseman Dean Melanson. John and I will look at these deals and try to see what they mean for the Capitals and their affiliates, both in the short and long term.

The Deal With Montreal:
Washington gets: Trevor Linden (some salary picked up by Montreal), Danius Zubrus, New Jersey’s 2001 second round pick
Montreal gets: Richard Zednik, Jan Bulis, Washington’s 2001 first round pick
Read more»

Related Articles