Great list! I applaud you for the hours of work that must have taken, and I can agree with most of the placements on the list.
I think Poulin is better than the position you place him at, but that's probably just me :P
Last year I was lucky enough to catch numerous Victoriaville games(I've taken a liking to the team, even if they've been terrible in recent years) during my trips to Quebec and I always left shaking my head and absolutely frustrated for the kid, making great save after great save only to be let down by his defense over and over again. Sure, he'd sometimes try too hard and wind up out of position because he was thinking too much and trying too hard, but lately he's settled that back and has worked on his positioning and doesn't have to rely on his reflexes as much as he had to before.
I swear, prospects who play for bad teams like that who learn to step it up that extra notch when he needs the team to survive...they excel when their team gets the least bit better because they're so conditioned to be incredibly focused all game and not having to pull out that extra gear makes them more consistent(well, consistent in their performance, not necessarily the result of the game).
I've seen that with Poulin this year, I've seen it with Beskorawany in my local Kingston, and a few others. Their teams are still rather rough, mid-tier at best in their respective leagues, so they don't have the shiniest of stats, but you can see the improvement in the live games.
Of course, I don't teach goalies, and I've never been a good enough goalie to do well even in amateur leagues, but I try to pick out things in players to help me draft goalies better, and it's definitely less of a crap-shoot for me now...the main variable usually ends up being opportunity whenever one fails(something I don't tend to look into, to my own dismay).
I just like passing on what I see. *shrug*
Oh, and Lehner has absolutely been on fire for Soo. I regret not picking him up in the draft, has me shaking my head every time he slams the door shut on high offense teams, as if to spite them.