Sebastien Piche
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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.

Islanders have second pick in 2001 draft

by Jonathan Litterine
on
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?

Broncos prove hard to break

by Jeff Bromley
on
For what it’s worth, Game One of the WHL’s Eastern Conference Semifinals between the Kootenay ICE and the Swift Current Broncos was probably one of the most technically perfect games the ICE have played this season which showed on the scoreboard as a 7-1 shellacking by the ICE. That of course was only one win of a best of seven series and last time I looked, it took four wins to dispose of an opponent. The Kootenay ICE might have lost track of that theory for game two of the series the following evening at the Rec./Plex and it showed in a 3-1 defeat at the hands of the Broncos that evened the series at a game a piece.

If the 7-1 ICE victory in Game one of the series was an exhibition of everything that can go right for a hockey club, game two was its Bizzarro equivalent on the effort scale and Kootenay ICE Head Coach Ryan McGill was none too happy about it. “From a Coach’s standpoint and I’ll know that the players will agree, we didn’t show up tonight,” said a visibly annoyed Ryan McGill. “We had a lack of respect for B.J. Boxma and the Swift Current Broncos and they played a patient hockey game and it showed in the third period.”

Whereas in Friday night’s contest the ICE seemingly had everything going their way from the bounces to the spectacular goal-tending provided by Dan Blackburn and a hat-trick by Marek Svatos. Saturday’s return bill contained nothing of the night before, with the notable exception of Dan Blackburn doing his best contortionist imitation to foil the Bronco’s attack until the 13:39 mark of the third period when Speedy Creek agit Read more»

The 33rd Annual Kamloops International Bantam Ice Hockey Tournament

by Glen Crichton
on

The most prestigious Bantam Hockey tournament in North America
gets underway in beautiful Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada,
starting on Wednesday, April 11/2001 and running through until
Monday, April 16/2001. Defending tourney champs Detroit Honeybaked
Hams return to defend their title and after a one year absence the
1999 tourney champs, the St.Louis Amateur Blues return and will
likely be one of the favorites if not one of the most watched teams
as they boast the son of former NHL’er Peter Stastny.

This tournament which started in 1967, has been a fixture for
bantam teams from all over North America and Europe, however while
it’s been a few years since any European entries have come to the
tournament, the United States is well represented again with four
teams including the St.Louis Amateur Blues, Detroit Honeybaked,
Detroit Compuware and the Michigan Ice Dogs. St.Louis, Honeybaked and
Compuware have all won titles here in the past and should be strong
while the ice Dogs make their first appearance.

A long list of National Hockey League talent has played on the
ice in Kamloops during this tourney including Mario Lemieux, Vincent
Lecavalier, David Legwand, Scott Hannan, Andrew Ference, Dimitri
Nabakov, Darcy Tucker, Mark Recchi, Brendan Morrison, Tyson Nash,
Mike Peca, Adam Foote, Keith Primeau, Daryl Sydor, Rod Brind’Amour,
Mike Modano, Joe Sakic, Jimmy Carson, Tony Twist, Murray Baron, Cliff
Ronning and many others, the list is overwhelming as is the quality
of hockey played during the six Read more»

HC Slavia Praha champions of the Czech Midget Extraleague

by Robert Neuhauser
on

Coming April, there is the final series of the Czech midget Extraleague on the schedule. The
playing scheme is the same as in the junior Extraleague and the playoff games in both leagues
are played the same day. Like in juniors, the regular season consists of 38 games. The 20 teams
are divided into two Groups, called A and B. Group A is for the teams from the western cities
of the Czech Republic and Group B for the eastern ones. During the regular season every team
meets opponents only from their own group. The top 6 teams in every group create then two
Final groups. During the Final group teams meet opponenets only from the other Final group
and play them twice – home and away. Once the Final group games are finished, the top four
teams from every Final group create four quartefinal pairs and from then now it is a regular
playoff, with quarterfinal and semifinal series and the championship series.

In the midget league players with birthyear 1984 or younger are eligible to play this season
and the teams consist mostly of 1984 and 1985 born players. Top 1986 prospects play in the
league too, even if they still can play for Grade 9. But it is only a few of them, most of the
1986 born split this season between the midgets and Grade 9.
This year HC Ocelari Trinec and HC Slavia Praha fought their way into the finals. Trinec captain
Rostislav Sabela acquired presents from the general sponsor Nutella for the regular season’s
best team and so Trinec was said to be a slightly better team than Slavia. But the players on
the roster of Slavia won the chmpio Read more»

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