NE Prep Skaters Final Lists

Now we get to the skaters (forwards & defense). We are doing something different this year. Say we added some more facets (sorry bad pun).

In the past, we only rated players by their DITRP which measures them as a total prospect, which took in factors like age, the strength of the team, amount of saves, and other factors. We had some people that challenged that while once kid may be a better long-term project, they may not be better right now analytically at this moment, so how do you measure that? Well, we introduce DITRW, weighting that is independent of age factors, to measure that.

Let’s look at this year by example. While there are several incredible prospects in NE Prep hockey, there might not be a better defenseman prospect than Jack Rathbone of Dexter (Harvard) or a better forward prospect than John Farinacci of Dexter (Harvard). But it is a legit argument that they were not the best forwards or defense in NE Prep last year, that could probably go to players such as Matthew Fawcett of Winchendon (Quinnipiac) or Matthew Guerra of Cushing (Bentley) as forwards or Patrick Lavin of Worcester Academy or Jayson Dobay of Thayer (UMass) as defensemen who lead their teams to great success last year. So we should recognize those achievements as well.

Why penalize a player for mere age, especially since the NCAA D1 & D3 programs average in the 20’s for freshmen? We heard you and will rank both age-related prospect analytic lists as well as those independent of those factors.

Enjoys the NE Prep skater lists if you have access to premium content, if not you can try for free at the link on the side of the page for a trial membership.

NE Prep Goalies Final DITRGW List (non-age biased)

NE Prep Goalies Final DITRGP List (age biased)

Top NE Prep Defensemen by DITRW Final List

Top NE Prep Defensemen by DITRP Final List

Top NE Prep Forwards by DITRP Final List

Top NE Prep Forwards by DITRW Final List

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Final New England Prep Lists – Goalie

We are starting with the people between the pipes. We are doing something different this year. Say we added some facets (sorry bad pun).

In the past, we only rated players by their DITRGP which measures them as a total prospect, which took in factors like age, the strength of the team, amount of saves, and other factors. We had some people that challenged that while once kid may be a better long-term project, they may not be better right now analytically at this moment, so how do you measure that? Well, we introduce DITRGW, weighting that is independent of age factors, to measure that.

Let’s look at this year by example. While there are several incredible prospects in NE Prep hockey, there might not be a better goalie prospect than Derek Mullany of Dexter (Harvard). But it is a legit argument that he was not the best goalie in NE Prep last year, that would probably go to either Aiden Porter of Rivers (Princeton) or Eric Green of NMH (UMass-Lowell) who neither team, while both quality clubs last year, would not have gone as far as they did without either one of those two between the pipes. Why penalize a player for mere age, especially since the NCAA D1 & D3 programs average in the 20’s for freshmen? We heard you and will rank both age-related prospect analytic lists as well as those independent of those factors.

Enjoys the first goalie lists below if you have access to premium content, if not you can try for free at the link on the side of the page for a trial membership.

 

NE Prep Goalies Final DITRGW List (non-age biased)

NE Prep Goalies Final DITRGP List (age biased)

NCDC Player DITR Analytics Rankings out for 10/20 #DITRyDozen +2

What started as a concept to keep the Northeast Hockey Talent in the Northeast where more than 1/2 of the NCAA teams reside, ECAC, Hockey East & the Atlantic Hockey Conference conferences to name a few, has done a fairly good job of keeping local talent close.

Not getting the USA Hockey blessing on their financial model was a negative blow to truly calling themselves Tier 2 but nothing strong programs the likes of the Jr. Bruins, Islanders Hockey, NJ Hitmen & South Shore Kings cannot survive (and thrive).

While it is good bar talk on how the NAHL and the NCDC compare overall (I still think the NAHL is deeper in the talent pool and with 3 East teams being strong this year (NJ Titans, NE Generals and undefeated Philadelphia Rebels) it remains to be seen how the two leagues co-exist.

DITRyDozen+2 goalies are below.

The rest of the rankings are available at the links below but please vote on our poll below as well.

NCDC DITRS FORWARD RANKINGS AS OF 10/20

NCDC DITRS DEFENSE RANKINGS AS OF 10/20

NCDC DITRG GOALIE RANKINGS AS OF 10/20

 

 Name  Team Year POS  GP  G  A PTS SOT DITRS Commitment
Dallas Farrell BJB 1999 F 11 5 11 16 1.885 13.076 Univ. of Maine
Jeff Losurdo JER 1998 F 13 7 12 19 1.890 11.502 Dartmouth College
Sage Englund CYL 1999 F 10 2 10 12 1.868 11.161
Mark Cheremeta IHC 1999 F 10 2 9 11 1.907 10.400
Jeremie Lavallee IHC 1998 F 9 2 9 11 1.907 10.264
Matt Dillon IHC 1997 D 10 1 9 10 1.907 9.500
John DeRoche CJR 1998 F 12 4 10 14 1.873 9.329 Quinnipiac Univ.
Joey Cipollone BJB 1997 F 12 3 12 15 1.885 9.023 Univ. of New Hampshire
Tyler Coffey JER 2000 F 8 6 2 8 1.890 8.692
Guus Van Nes BJB 1997 F 12 5 10 15 1.885 8.671
Timmy Kent BJB 1999 F 12 6 6 12 1.885 8.479
Hayden Taylor IHC 1998 F 10 6 5 11 1.907 8.260

+2 Goalies

NAME TEAM YR MIN GA SAVES SAVE% GP GAA SO DITRG
Alex Mosquera JER 1998 480 15 276 0.935 8.00 1.88 2 13.56
Wesley Mankowski SYR 2000 526.2 25 128 0.93 8.77 2.85 1 12.14

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DITR Hockey lets the stats tell the story and the rest is up to the scouts and coaches (we call them DITRy Players).

Since this is just a “slice” of the player’s stats for the year, they are subject to statistical anomalies because of the small sample and accuracy of reporting of the statistics.

But all statistics tell a story and the analysis is an attempt to reconfirm the players we know are premier and allow the scouts and coaches to find the “Diamonds In The Rough” (DITR) that might make their recruiting year complete.

We help find players that might be slightly off-radar, #DITRHockey tries to help these #DITRyPlayers get on the radar.

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You asked and we listened!!!

Many people wanted to know what were on the lists for DITR but were not ready to part with $9.99/$19.99/$29.99 for the year (really? most sites charge that in a month)

So we made other options for $0.99/$1.99/$2.99 a month,  you can have all the robust analysis to find those Diamonds In The Rough (DITR) players.

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Our initial rankings got such great response he started a blog that became DITRGuide.com and now evolved to DITRHockey.com.

This year we are expanding the service to become a complete analysis source for coaches, scouts, players and every other sports fan for schoolboy hockey in the Northeast AND Midwest. Using available stats, we have developed some weighted and hybrid analysis that is not meant to be the “end all” ranking but a place to identify the true DITR Hockey players so coaches/scouts have a tool to find those “hidden gems” that make a recruiting class complete.

What is in store in the next few weeks (premium content tab):

  • MAHS statistical rankings of underclassmen 2015-2016
    • Top 100 Skaters Prospects
    • Top 25 Goalies Prospects
  • NE Prep statistical rankings of underclassmen 2015-2016
    • Top 25 Goalie Prospects
    • Top 100 Skating Prospects
  • MN HS statistical rankings of underclassmen 2015-2016
  • MA Selects statistical analysis
  • Fall Club Hockey Top 75 F, 50 D and 25 G
  • USPHL 01/02 draft and organizational evaluation
  • Player profiles (scouts/coaches only)
  • Many USEFUL tools for the coaches, scouts and players to make sure every player that deserves to get seen does (scouts/coaches only) coming in-time for schoolboy season