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Yannick Weber

5th pick, 73rd overall (3rd round)

Born: September 23, 1988 - Zurich, Switzerland

Ht: 5'11" Wt: 194

Shoots: Right

2006-07 | Kitchener (OHL) Defence (Rookie year)

GP G A PTS PIM

51 13 28 41 42

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Stats after 11 OHL games.

5 goals 10 assists 17 PIM

after 12 games now he has 7 goals 10 assists 17 PIM, nice stats, 4th defenceman in the league and P.K Subban 11th ( 4 goals 8 assists after 14 games)

NICEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

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A goal and two assists tonight, 20 points in 13 games, 2nd in defenseman scoring.

Very nice.

I saw him play in that game. It was actually today (2:00PM ET).

He's got a rocket for a shot.

Glad he's in our system.

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I saw him play in that game. It was actually today (2:00PM ET).

He's got a rocket for a shot.

Glad he's in our system.

Two 3-point-nights in a row.... wuuuahhh! Could be a steal if he keeps it up.... and can do it someday in the big league as well...

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Dates Games GP G A PTS PIM

September 21, 2007 vs. Owen Sound Attack 1 1 0 1 0

September 28, 2007 vs. Plymouth Whalers 1 0 0 0 0

September 30, 2007 @ Sarnia Sting 1 0 0 0 5

October 5, 2007 vs. Erie Otters 1 0 3 3 2

October 8, 2007 vs. Guelph Storm 1 1 1 2 0

October 12, 2007 vs. Ottawa 67's 1 0 0 0 2

October 13, 2007 @ Owen Sound Attack 1 0 2 2 0

October 18, 2007 @ Barrie Colts 1 0 1 1 2

October 19, 2007 vs. Owen Sound Attack 1 1 0 1 0

October 21, 2007 @ Guelph Storm 1 0 2 2 4

October 24, 2007 @ Erie Otters 1 2 1 3 2

October 26, 2007 vs. Windsor Spitfires 1 2 0 2 0

October 28, 2007 vs. London Knights 1 1 2 3 0

October 30, 2007 vs. Guelph Storm 1 0 0 0 0

November 1, 2007 @ Oshawa Generals 1 3 0 3 4

OHL Total: 15 11 12 23 21

Webber got a hat trick last night.

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I went to see this kid play tonight. He was a train wreck this game at least...he was lazy, tripped over his own two feet coming around the net and gave the puck away, then took a bone head penalty. The people sitting around me were heckling him, and it was a home game. :\

Maybe I caught him on an off night.

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I went to see this kid play tonight. He was a train wreck this game at least...he was lazy, tripped over his own two feet coming around the net and gave the puck away, then took a bone head penalty. The people sitting around me were heckling him, and it was a home game. :\

Maybe I caught him on an off night.

I was wondering if someone could shed some light on his defensive game. I hope he is a one dimensional offensively minded D-man.

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Habs prospect Weber named CHL player of the week

http://www.habsinsideout.com/2007/11/habs_...er_named_chl_1/

Kitchener's my home town. I've followed the Rangers for over 20 years. Love this kid, can't wait to see him grow and mature. I'll attend my usual 20 or so games again this year and try and keep you guys updated. I think you did catch him on an off night ;), he's definately not a one trick pony ;).

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I was wondering if someone could shed some light on his defensive game. I hope he is a one dimensional offensively minded D-man.

I meant to say I hope he is not a one dimensional player.

Habs prospect Weber named CHL player of the week

http://www.habsinsideout.com/2007/11/habs_...er_named_chl_1/

Kitchener's my home town. I've followed the Rangers for over 20 years. Love this kid, can't wait to see him grow and mature. I'll attend my usual 20 or so games again this year and try and keep you guys updated. I think you did catch him on an off night ;), he's definately not a one trick pony ;).

I look forward to your first hand feedback. :D

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Pulled this off another thread as I felt it could go in here.

I guess Weber can only play in the AHL next season, because of his age. But if he continues to develop at this pace come three or four years he might make the NHL team. I heard him say recently that he doesn't feel challenged enough in the league he's playing right now. So let's see. Okay, now how do I justify this post in the Streit thread? *figuringout* Well...
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Pulled this off another thread as I felt it could go in here.

Thanks for doing that. ;)

Isn't he old enough to be in the AHL now? With a struggling dogs team, why can't we put this guy up?

Weber just turned 19 in September. You must be 20 to play in the AHL, as we saw last year with Latendresse.

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Thanks for doing that. ;)

Weber just turned 19 in September. You must be 20 to play in the AHL, as we saw last year with Latendresse.

true. Oh well. I guess it's a good thing he gets used to winning :P

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true. Oh well. I guess it's a good thing he gets used to winning :P

Yes and he gets to play with Kitchener in the Memorial cup. Which is huge for his development. Also he will get to play for Switzerland at the world juniors.

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Thanks for doing that. ;)

Weber just turned 19 in September. You must be 20 to play in the AHL, as we saw last year with Latendresse.

Pardon me but that is incorrect a player just needs to be 18 to play in the AHL.

I quote the following e-mail I received from the AHL:

"Thanks for writing. As far as the AHL is concerned, a player must be 18

years old by September 15 of the season in question in order to be eligible

to play in the league.

There are other eligibility rules established by the National Hockey League

and the Canadian Hockey League. You would need to contact one of those

leagues for the details.

Thanks again for writing, and for your support of the AHL.

================

Jason Chaimovitch

Vice President of Communications,

American Hockey League

info@theahl.com"

John Doe off the street being 18 yrs or older could play in the AHL. Players with agreements like in the CHL and NHL couldn't, but my point is that at the age of 18 you can play in the AHL.

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