Centre Pascal Laberge of the Chateauguay Grenadiers was the top ranked skater. Laberge had 20 goals and 23 assists in 40 Quebec Midget AAA games this past season and added another 11 goals and 13 assists in 21 post-season games. He helped his team reach the Telus Cup final.
Ranked second is Samuel Girard. The defenseman from the Jonquiere Elites was ranked second by HockeyProspect.com in their latest rankings behind only American Chad Krys.
The top ranked Atlantic Canadian was goaltender Evan Fitzpatrick, coming in at No. 4. Newfoundland forward Jordan Maher, who we have mentioned on this blog before, was ranked seventh.
For what it's worth the Maritimes and Newfoundland are not scouting by CSR nearly as much ... so take that into account when viewing ranksThe full list of rankings can be found here.
— Kevin Chambers (@SNCanucklehead) May 7, 2014
HockeyProspect.com's latest rankings can be found here and Kevin Chambers' look at some of the top prospects can be found here.
For the first time since 2007, the Sea Dogs will be selecting first overall in the Entry Draft. The team has had the top selection three times and picked a defenseman each time.