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Islanders 2012 Draft Central - Malcolm Subban and Scott Kosmachuk

by Travis Betts / New York Islanders

draft profiles
Malcolm Subban
Belleville, OHL
Position: G Catches: Left
Height: 6'1" Born: 21-Dec-93
Weight: 188 Hometown: Rexdale, ONT
2011-12 W-L-OTL GAA SV% SO
Belleville 25-14-0 2.50 .923 3
draft profiles
Scott Kosmachuk
Guelph, OHL
Position: RW Shoots: Right
Height: 6'0" Born: 24-Jan-94
Weight: 185 Hometown: Toronto, ONT
2011-12 GP G A P
Guelph 67 30 29 59

Ryan Strome, Islanders First Round pick in 2011
I played with Malcolm Subban in minor hockey for a few years, and he’s a stud. I think we played him a few times this year where we had 50 shots on him, and we scored maybe one or two times. He’s a rock back there, very athletic, and he’s only going to get better. He hasn’t played goalie for that long. He’s going to be a real good player.

Al Jensen, NHL Central Scouting
Malcolm is very good with his positioning with outstanding lateral ability and quickness. He can make the big save to turn a game around, but he covers post-to-post so well with his butterfly. His leg extension is incredible and he has a very quick glove hand.

Ryan Strome, Islanders First Round pick in 2011
Scott Kosmachuk is a pretty big winger, and a good sniper. He had a pretty good season, with 30 goals to his credit.

Trent Klatt, Islanders Player Development
Scott is a gritty player with a lot of good intangibles. He is hard to play against and has a good shot.

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Click here for Islanders 2012 Draft Central's breakdown of the top-50 players available in this year's draft.
1. Edmonton Oilers
2. Columbus Blue Jackets
3. Montreal Canadiens
4. New York Islanders
5. Toronto Maple Leafs
Round 1 - 4th overall
Round 2 -
34th overall
Round 2 -
50th overall
Round 3 -
65th overall
Round 4 -
103rd overall (from BUF)
Round 5 -
125th overall
Round 6 -
155th overall
Round 7 - 185th overall



Islanders last five first-round picks
2011: Ryan Strome (5th overall)
2010: Nino Niederreiter (5th overall)
2009: John Tavares (1st overall)
2008: Josh Bailey (9th overall)
2006: Kyle Okposo (7th overall)


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