Senior Chowder Cup

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Some of the most talented hockey players in North America transcend on Foxboro, Raynham, Canton, Bridgewater & Walpole for the prestigious Senior Chowder Cup this weekend. In both the Junior A and the College open divisions there are many players and teams to watch. The great thing about this tourney are the rosters, were they play for school & club teams and the stats are maintained online, making it much easier for coaches and scouts to find and access the players they want to see and find a few DiamondInTheRough players. Please use our past reporting that is on the site and some new reporting this weekend to properly access that the player is not just hype, but has the goods behind it. Pretty skaters are sure to impress but back-up your scouting with analysis that makes you sure of your blue-chips and find the DITR players that make the difference from a good recruiting trip to a GREAT recruiting year!!

Happy scouting!!

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2013 MA Select U16/U18 DITR Analysis – reposted

2013 MA Select U16/U18 DITR Analysis

With the 2014 MA Select season ending this weekend and the MA & NE Region USA Hockey playoffs next weekend (CT play downs are this weekend) we thought it would be a good time to review last season U16 & U18 MA Selects to see were those players are this year and who is “new” on the scene.

Please note, statistical analysis is defined as “statistical analysis involves collecting and scrutinizing every single data sample in a set of items from which samples can be drawn”. The goal of statistical analysis is to identify trends, sometimes from small sample sizes, the smaller the sample the size the bigger the chance of abnormalities. It is a tool. So please note there may be places were coaches / scouts / advisors / players and of course parents will not agree with these analysis pages….the stats are of course offensively weighted….BUT, as the saying goes, the stats don’t lie. While there will be players that are undoubtedly more “acclaimed” that others on the list, the combination of statistics that are weighted by strength of team, schedule, position weight, birth year is a good predictor of our scale which is the DITR rankings.

Does this mean a highly DITR ranked ’99 is better than a ’96 right now? No. It means that when that ’99 reaches that same age as the ’96 they are PROJECTED to be better, BASED on the statistics from the season. Not all commitments are updated because this was done this summer originally, we will update the commitments as they happen.

Here they are:

U16s:

2013 MA Select U16 Goalies DITRG Rankings

2013 U16 MA Selects DITRS Skater Rankings

2013 U16 MA Selects DITRS Forward Rankings

2013 U16 MA Selects DITRS Defense Rankings

U18s:

2013 MA Select U18 DITRG Goalie Rankings

2013 MA Select U18 DITRS Rankings All Skaters

2013 MA Select U18 DITRS Rankings Forwards

2013 MA Select U18 DITRS Rankings Defense

NE Prep 2013-2014 DITR Analysis returning classes – revised 11/2

****Please note there was a revision to the formula to include the PPG to diminish the weighting of team****

Please note, statistical analysis is defined as “statistical analysis involves collecting and scrutinizing every single data sample in a set of items from which samples can be drawn”. The goal of statistical analysis is to identify trends, sometimes from small sample sizes, the smaller the sample the size the bigger the chance of abnormalities. It is a tool. So please note there may be places were coaches / scouts / advisors / players and of course parents will not agree with these analysis pages….the stats are of course offensively weighted….BUT, as the saying goes, the stats don’t lie. While there will be players that are undoubtedly more “acclaimed” that others on the list, the combination of statistics that are weighted by strength of team, schedule, position weight, birth year is a good predictor of our scale which is the DITR rankings.

Does this mean a highly DITR ranked ’99 is better than a ’96 right now? No. It means that when that ’99 reaches that same age as the ’96 they are PROJECTED to be better, BASED on the statistics from the season. Not all commitments are updated because this was done this summer originally, we will update the commitments as they happen.

Here they are:

GOALIES:

NE PREP DITRG RETURNING GOALIES

NE PREP DITRG JUNIORS LAST YEAR

NE PREP DITRG SOPHOMORES LAST YEAR

NE PREP DITRG FRESHMEN LAST YEAR

ALL SKATERS:

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING 95s & 96s

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING 97s

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING 98s

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING 99s & 00s

SKATERS BY POSITION:

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING SKATERS

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING FORWARDS

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING DEFENSE

SKATERS BY CLASS/ POSITION:

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING JUNIORS FORWARDS

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING JUNIORS DEFENSE

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING SOPHOMORE FORWARDS

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING SOPHOMORE DEFENSE

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING FRESHMAN & YOUNGER FORWARDS

2013-2014 NE PREP DITRS RETURNING FRESHMAN & YOUNGER DEFENSE

 

 

 

 

Musings from Day 1 of Prep Cup – 2001s

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Follow the tourney scores @ECCTournaments on twitter, I am taking license with their posts on the recaps, but I am sure the

First of all, talent level overall was very good, and attendance of the prep coaches was a little light in Lawrence Academy were I was but saw people form USHR, Taft, Lawrence, Sacred Heart University to name a few. There will be a lot of bouncing between Beantown and this tourney for Prep Coaches.

#9 BC Eagles 3 over #18 Mercer Chiefs 1 – Eagles continue to play well, after making it to the finals at the EHF Tournament by beating the #8 SS Kings a few weeks (losing in finals to #4 MidFairfield Rangers). Chiefs keep it close.

#6 NJ Colonials 5 over #70 Buffalo Regals 0. John Farinacci puts on a show with a 3-1-4 line in the game for the Colonials.

#8 SS Kings 4 over #3 CT Wolfpack 3. Conor Lovett scores 2 as a severely depleted bench for the Kings (2 healthy D, missing a forward) squeak out the win in the last minutes against a scrappy Wolfpack team.

#1 Minuteman Flames 11 over #29 EC Wizards 0. The question if the E9 teams can play with the EHF Elite has one big statement in that conversation. #1 team shows why they are #1.

#13 Boston Bandits 3 over #28 TPH Thunder 2. Many close good games already. EHF Elite continue dominance at the tourney. Tough Bandits will the win.

More on Day 2

The rest of scores you can get on the @ECCTournaments or www.EastCoastClassicTournaments.com