Starting with the Protectors of the Twine, then the Kings of the Blue Line and ending with the Chiefs of Celly. As always I remind people that these lists are constantly changing, it is rated by the ranking of the prospect, not necessarily the best player at this moment, and there are many weighting factors to the formula.
Each list will be released a few days apart.
There will be some surprises in the Goalies, starting with the top of the list is the youngest player on the list.
Vote on the poll on which goalie think is the best prospect in Tier 2 Juniors at the moment:
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.
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First Amateur Junior Player rankings of the year will be in the NAHL were after this weekends games we should have a good sample to make an early season analysis of the players. Top 100F/50D/ 25G will be available for subscribers.
Followed soon by NCDC, WSHL, BCHL, and of course USHL to name a few.
Then we will hit the Tier III, with the NA3PL, USPHL & EHL to name a few.
Then our partnership with MyHockeyRankings kicks in for the National Player rankings for HS/Prep school.
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