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ProScout 11-02-2011 03:24 PM

Official 2013 NHL Draft Rankings
 
ProScout's FINAL 2013 NHL DRAFT RANKINGS (12th Installment) – 5/1/13:
(Previous rank in parentheses)

Also, for your interest to compare and comment, at bottom of page please note we've added the ORIGINAL ranking list as posted on this thread back in November 2011. Regards and thank you all for the continued feedback over the years.


1. (1) Jonathan Drouin – C – 3/27/95 QMJHL – 49 GP, 41 G, 64 A, 105 PTS, 32 PIM, +48

2. (2) Seth Jones – D – 10/3/94 WHL – 61 GP, 14 G, 42 A, 56 PTS, 33 PIM, +46

3. (3) Nathan MacKinnon – F – 9/1/95 QMJHL – 44 GP, 32 G, 43 A, 75 PTS, 45 PIM, +40

4. (5) Valeri Nichushkin – F – 3/4/95 KHL RUS – 18 GP, 4 G, 2 A, 6 PTS, 0 PIM, +6

5. (4) Aleksander Barkov – C – 9/2/95 SM-liiga FIN – 53 GP, 21 G, 27 A, 48 PTS, 8 PIM, +18

6. (8) Sean Monahan – C – 10/12/94 OHL – 58 GP, 31 G, 47 A, 78 PTS, 24 PIM, -18

7. (11) Darnell Nurse – D – 2/4/95 OHL – 68 GP, 12 G, 29 A, 41 PTS, 116 PIM, +15

8. (6) Elias Lindholm – F – 12/2/94 Elitserien SWE – 48 GP, 11 G, 19 A, 30 PTS, 2 PIM, +1

9. (10) Hunter Shinkaruk – C – 10/13/94 WHL – 64 GP, 37 G, 49 A, 86 PTS, 36 PIM, -6

10. (21) Valentin Zykov – RW – 5/15/95 QMJHL – 67 GP, 40 G, 35 A, 75 PTS, 60 PIM, +29

11. (14) Zach Fucale – G – 5/28/95 QMJHL – 55 GP, 45-5-3, 2.35 GAA, .909 SV%, 2 SO

12. (23) Bo Horvat – F – 4/5/95 OHL – 67 GP, 33 G, 28 A, 61 PTS, 29 PIM, +3

13. (12) Anthony Mantha – LW – 9/15/94 QMJHL – 67 GP, 50 G, 39 A, 89 PTS, 71 PIM, +21

14. (19) Frederik Gauthier – F – 4/26/95 QMJHL – 62 GP, 22 G, 38 A, 60 PTS, 26 PIM, +22

15. (17) Max Domi – F – 3/2/95 OHL – 64 GP, 39 G, 48 A, 87 PTS, 71 PIM, +33

16. (15) Josh Morrissey – D – 3/28/95 WHL – 70 GP, 15 G, 32 A, 47 PTS, 91 PIM, +14

17. (20) Curtis Lazar – C – 2/2/95 WHL – 72 GP, 38 G, 23 A, 61 PTS, 47 PIM, +25

18. (24) J.T. Compher – F – 4/8/95 USA NTDP U18 – 52 GP, 18 G, 32 A, 50 PTS, 51 PIM

19. (7) Rasmus Ristolainen – D – 10/27/94 SM-liiga FIN – 52 GP, 3 G, 12 A, 15 PTS, 32 PIM, -7 PIM

20. (16) Alexander Wennberg – C/LW – 5/20/95 Allsvenskan – 46 GP, 14 G, 18 A, 32 PTS, 14 PIM, +10

21. (--) Chris Bigras – D – 2/22/95 OHL – 68 GP, 8 G, 30 A, 38 PTS, 34 PIM, +35

22. (13) Ryan Pulock – D – 10/6/94 WHL – 61 GP, 14 G, 31 A, 45 PTS, 22 PIM, -7

23. (22) Morgan Klimchuk – C – 3/2/95 WHL – 72 GP, 36 G, 40 A, 76 PTS, 20 PIM, -1

24. (18) Kerby Rychel – LW – 10/7/94 OHL – 68 GP, 40 G, 47 A, 87 PTS, 94 PIM, -21

25. (9) Nikita Zadorov – D – 4/16/95 OHL – 63 GP, 6 G, 19 A, 25 PTS, 54 PIM, +33

26. (--) André Burakowsky – F – 2/9/95 Allsvenskan – 43 GP, 4 G, 7 A, 11 PTS, 8 PIM, -2

27. (--) Ian McCoshen – D – 8/5/95 USHL – 53 GP, 11 G, 33 A, 44 PTS, 48 PIM, +35

28. (30) John Hayden – F – 2/14/95 USA NTDP U18 – 53 GP, 17 G, 17 A, 34 PTS, 80 PIM

29. (--) Mirco Mueller – D – 3/21/95 WHL – 63 GP, 6 G, 25 A, 31 PTS, 57 PIM, -10

30. (26) Ryan Hartman – F – 9/20/94 OHL – 56 GP, 23 G, 37 A, 60 PTS, 120 PIM, +29


The Next Twenty:

Nicolas Petan – C – 3/22/95 WHL – 71 GP, 46 G, 74 A, 120 PTS, 43 PIM, +68
Sam Morin – D – 7/12/95 QMJHL – 46 GP, 4 G, 12 A, 16 PTS, 117 PIM, +10
(29) Steven Santini – D – 3/7/95 USA NTDP U18 – 66 GP, 0 G, 15 A, 15 PTS, 44 PIM
Artturi Lehkonen – F – 7/4/95 SM-liiga FIN – 45 GP, 14 G, 16 A, 30 PTS, 12 PIM, +12
(27) Keaton Thompson – D – 9/14/95 USA NTDP U18 – 67 GP, 4 G, 18 A, 22 PTS, 40 PIM
Nick Sorensen – RW – 10/23/94 QMJHL – 46 GP, 20 G, 27 A, 47 PTS, 18 PIM, +10
(28) Jordan Subban – D – 3/3/95 OHL – 68 GP, 15 G, 36 A, 51 PTS, 47 PIM, +22
Pavel Buchnevich – F – 4/17/95 KHL RUS – 12 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 2 PTS, 0 PIM, -2
(25) Shea Theodore – D – 8/3/95 WHL – 71 GP, 19 G, 31 A, 50 PTS, 32 PIM, -24
Tristan Jarry – G – 4/29/95 WHL – 27 GP, 18-7-0, 1.61 GAA, .936 SV%, 6 SO
Laurent Dauphin – C – 3/26/95 QMJHL – 62 GP, 25 G, 32 A, 57 PTS, 50 PIM, -2
Madison Bowey – D – 4/22/95 WHL – 69 GP, 12 G, 18 A, 30 PTS, 75 PIM, +41
Robert Hägg – D – 2/8/95 SuperElit SWE – 28 GP, 11 G, 13 A, 24 PTS, 24 PIM, +8
Jacob De La Rose – F – 5/20/95 Allsvenskan – 38 GP, 6 G, 6 A, 12 PTS, 31 PIM, +8
Jimmy Lodge – F – 3/5/95 OHL – 64 GP, 28 G, 39 A, 65 PTS, 28 PIM, +4
Mike McCarron – F – 3/7/95 USA NTDP U18 – 59 GP, 16 G, 21 A, 37 PTS, 182 PIM
Zach Nastasiuk – F – 3/30/95 OHL – 62 GP, 20 G, 20 A, 40 PTS, 32 PIM, +21
Brett Pesce – D – 9/15/94 NCAA – 38 GP, 1 G, 5 A, 6 PTS, 10 PIM
William Carrier – F – 12/20/94 QMJHL – 34 GP, 16 G, 26 A, 42 PTS, 41 PIM, -14
Adam Erne – F – 4/20/95 QMJHL – 68 GP, 28 G, 44 A, 66 PTS, 72 PIM, 67 PIM, +11


New: Jimmy Lodge, Mike McCarron, Sam Morin, Zach Nastasiuk, Brett Pesce, William Carrier

Dropped: Jason Dickinson, Jusso Ikonen, Eric Comrie, Hudson Fasching, Taylor Cammarata, Anthony Duclair



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Original 2013 NHL Draft Rankings (11/2/11):


1. Nathan MacKinnon – F – 9/1/95 QMJHL – 15 GP, 7 G, 17 A, 24 PTS, 12 PIM, +5
2. Sean Monahan – C – 10/12/94 OHL – 13 GP, 11 G, 15 A, 26 PTS, 13 PIM, +11
3. Seth Jones – D – 10/3/94 USA NTDP U18 – 2 GP, 0 G, 2 A, 2 PTS, 2 PIM, +3
4. Curtis Lazar – C – 2/2/95 WHL – 14 GP, 4 G, 6 A, 10 PTS, 14 PIM, +8
5. Aleksander Sasha Barkov – C – 9/2/95 SM-liiga – 10 GP, 3 G, 3 A, 6 PTS
6. Ryan Pulock – D – 10/6/94 WHL – 13 GP, 3 G, 12 A, 15 PTS, 6 PIM, +12
7. Hunter Shinkaruk – C – 10/13/94 WHL – 14 GP, 11 G, 2 A, 13 PTS, 6 PIM, +5
8. Valeri Nichushkin – F – 3/4/95 MHL Russia – 3 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS, 0 PIM
9. Viktor Crus-Rydberg – C – 3/21/95 SuperElit SWE – 3 GP, 0 G, 1 A, 1 PTS, 4 PIM
10. Eric Roy – D – 10/24/94 WHL – 13 GP, 2 G, 11 A, 13 PTS, 8 PIM, +2
11. Max Domi – F -- 3/2/95 OHL – 14 GP, 8 A, 8 A, 16 PTS, 14 PIM, +11
12. Anthony Duclair – LW – 7/26/95 QMJHL – 15 GP, 6 G, 5 A, 11 PTS, 6 PIM, +7
13. Rasmus Ristolainen – D – 10/27/94 SM-liiga – 13 GP, 2 G, 2 A, 4 PTS, 33 PIM
14. Nick Sorenson – RW – 10/23/94 QMJHL – 7 GP, 5 G, 4 A, 9 PTS, 2 PIM, +9
15. Taylor Cammarata – F – 5/13/95 USHL – 7 GP, 2 G, 8 A, 10 PTS, 0 PIM, +2
16. Connor Rankin – C – 11/30/94 WHL – 15 GP, 6 G, 9 A, 15 PTS, 6 PIM, +9
17. Tyler Motte – F – 3/10/95 USA NTDP U17 – 6 GP, 3 G, 3 A, 6 PTS, 0 PIM, +3
18. Steve Santini – D – 3/7/95 USA NTDP U17 – 6 GP, 1 G, 3 A, 4 PTS, 10 PIM, +1
19. Alex Forsberg – C – 1/4/95 WHL – 14 GP, 2 G, 5 A, 7 PTS, 8 PIM, -5
20. Markus Soberg – RW – 4/22/95 SuperElit SWE – 9 GP, 1 G, 4 A, 5 PTS, 8 PIM
21. Adam Erne – F – 4/20/95 QMJHL – 15 GP, 4 G, 8 A, 12 PTS, 8 PIM, +4
22. Will Butcher – D – 1/6/95 USA NTDP U17 – 6 GP, 1 G, 3 A, 4 PTS, 0 PIM, -7
23. Morgan Klimchuk – C -- 3/2/95 WHL – 14 GP, 5 G, 7 A, 12 PTS, 4 PIM
24. Bo Horvat – F – 4/5/95 OHL – 13 GP, 5 G, 6 A, 11 PTS, 2 PIM, +13
25. Hudson Fasching – F – 7/28/95 USA NTDP U17 – 6 GP, 1 G, 3 A, 4 PTS, 8 PIM, +3
26. Marko Dano – C – 11/30/94 Slovakia – 15 GP, 2 G, 2 A, 4 PTS, 6 PIM
27. Keaton Thompson – D – 9/15/95 USA NTDP U17 -- 6 GP, 2 G, 1 A, 3 PTS, 4 PIM, +4
28. Eric Comrie – G – 7/7/95 WHL – 7 GP, 4-2-0, 3.22 GAA, .887 SV% 2 SO
29. Mikael Johansson – C – 6/28/95 – SuperElit SWE – 13 GP, 0 G, 5 A, 5 PTS, 0 PIM
30. Kerby Rychel – LW – 10/7/94 OHL – 16 GP, 8 G, 7 A, 15 PTS, 20 PIM, -1

The Next Twenty:

Nicolas Petan – C – 3/22/95 WHL – 15 GP, 4 G, 7 A, 11 PTS, 6 PIM, -8
Tyler Motte – F – 3/10/95 USA NTDP U17 – 4 GP, 1 G, 4 A, 5 PTS, 4 PIM, +2
Matt Needham – C – 4/17/95 WHL – 11 GP, 3 G, 4 A, 7 PTS, 8 PIM, +1
Nikolas Brouillard – D – 2/7/95 QMJHL – 16 GP, 2 G, 10 A, 12 PTS, 6 PIM, +1
Hunter Miska – G – 5/27/95 USA NTDP U17 – 3 GP, 2-1-0, 3.64 GAA, .874 SV%, 0 SO
Gabe Guertler – F – 5/3/95 USHL – 8 GP, 2 G, 1 A, 3 PTS, 8 PIM, -1
Rasmus Fyrphil – LW – 4/12/95 Elit SWE – 13 GP, 3 G, 8 A, 11 PTS, 20 PIM
Jordan Maletta – F – 4/30/95 OHL – 14 GP, 0 G, 6 A, 6 PTS, 23 PIM, -2
Austin Lotz – G – 5/27/95 WHL – 3 GP, 0-2-0, 3.84 GAA, .917 SV%, 0 SO
Darnell Nurse – D – 2/4/95 OHL – 14 GP, 0 G, 1 A, 1 PTS, 20 PIM, -8
Scott Savage – D – 4/11/95 USA NTDP U17 – 5 GP, 0 G, 1 A, 1 PTS, 10 PIM, -1
Zach Fucale – G – 5/28/95 QMJHL – 8 GP, 5-1-0, 3.53 GAA, .856 SV%, 0 SO
Spenser Jensen – D – 7/2/95 WHL – 8 GP, 0 G, 6 A, 6 PTS, 4 PIM, +5
Keegan Kanzig – D – 2/26/95 WHL – 13 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 PTS, 24 PIM, +2
Ian McCoshen – D – 8/5/95 USHL – 7 GP, 0 G, 1 A, 1 PTS, 5 PIM, +1
JT Compher – F – 4/8/95 USA NTDP U17 – 6 GP, 3 G, 1 A, 4 PTS, 2 PIM
Kyle Burroughs – D – 7/12/95 WHL – 11 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 3 PTS, 9 PIM, +2
Brendan Burke – G – 3/11/95 WHL – 4 GP, 1-0-1, 4.30 GAA, .829 SV%, 0 SO
Ryan Kujawinski – C – 3/30/95 OHL – 14 GP, 1 G, 2 A , 3 PTS, 0 PIM, -3

R S 11-02-2011 03:31 PM

Pretty solid list in regards to how the WHL guys are ranked. Still not a huge fan of Roy, but I've only actually seen him once this season and it wasn't even live.

Either way the WHL is pumping out some major talent for 2013....goalies, dmen and forwards.

DangerMan 11-02-2011 03:49 PM

I agree with Renegade, I think Roy is little high Klimchuk is a little low. As much as I like Lazar's overall game and Pulock's ability to control a game, I'd probably pick Shinkaruk first from the Dub. Not many players have hands or offensive instincts like he does. Otherwise, fantastic list and I look forward more good stuff from you guys.

cheerupmurray 11-02-2011 03:52 PM

Elias Lindholm is my favourite swede for this draft. Yet another of theese great centers from Brynäs, lateborn 1994 that is one of the absolute topplayers in Superelit right now. He had a very good Ivan Hlinka this year. Have a really good feeling about that player.

Gustav Possler a winger from Modo is also a interesting name,he is also a lateborn 1994, and one of the leading scorers in the Superelit.

Daneurism 11-02-2011 03:59 PM

Some interesting names not listed from the WHL: Kade Pilton, Ayrton Nickel, Jay Merkley, Carter Hansen, Josh Morrissey, Jared Hauf, Brian Williams

Man, this year is deep.

S E P H 11-02-2011 04:01 PM

Personally, I see too much CHL biased.

Latex* 11-02-2011 04:02 PM

What exactly has Lazar done to deserve be ranked above Barkov?

I don't really have any clue about Lazar. Just asking.

Daneurism 11-02-2011 04:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by S E P H (Post 38858857)
Personally, I see too much CHL biased.

It looks like a pretty good balance between CHL and American programs. Is it low on European prospects? I don't have a good grasp on their placement in the rankings this far out.

Breakfast of Champs 11-02-2011 04:05 PM

Good list, I don't get to see any of the ohl or the whl but I saw most of those guys at canada games. I like the way the q guys are ranked, duclair getting the ranking he deserves and fucale in the top 50

S E P H 11-02-2011 04:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Daneurism (Post 38858971)
It looks like a pretty good balance between CHL and American programs. Is it low on European prospects? I don't have a good grasp on their placement in the rankings this far out.

How I see it,

Ristolainen should be top 10.
Jones should be number 1. My opinion.
Domi and Forsberg are too high.
Shinkaruk should be above Lazar.
Rankin should be around 8-13.
Santini and Cammarata should be in the top 15.
Klimchuk and Dano should be a lot higher.
Savage should be in the 20s.

This is all my opinion.

insider 11-02-2011 04:17 PM

When's the last time there the OHL was limited to 3 picks?

Also, what do you see in Nikolas Brouillard? Just wondering.

R S 11-02-2011 04:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Daneurism (Post 38858783)
Some interesting names not listed from the WHL: Kade Pilton, Ayrton Nickel, Jay Merkley, Carter Hansen, Josh Morrissey, Jared Hauf, Brian Williams

Man, this year is deep.

Hansen and Morrissey are my two favorites off that list you mention.

DangerMan 11-02-2011 04:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LatexiKledjut (Post 38858907)
What exactly has Lazar done to deserve be ranked above Barkov?

I don't really have any clue about Lazar. Just asking.

Lazar is a two way center that can really shoot the puck. He doesn't have the stickhandling skills as some of the others, but plays really well off of the puck. A really mature player and the type of player coaches love to have.

Garyboy 11-02-2011 05:27 PM

Great to see Motte at 17! The guy is another Jonathan Toews.

Garyboy 11-02-2011 05:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LatexiKledjut (Post 38858907)
What exactly has Lazar done to deserve be ranked above Barkov?

I don't really have any clue about Lazar. Just asking.

Canada Winter Games.

Pick Six 11-02-2011 05:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Renegade Stylings (Post 38857723)
Pretty solid list in regards to how the WHL guys are ranked. Still not a huge fan of Roy, but I've only actually seen him once this season and it wasn't even live.

Either way the WHL is pumping out some major talent for 2013....goalies, dmen and forwards.

I've been a big believer in this for a while now. Was very impressed with a lot of their talent at the Winter Games.

thomast 11-02-2011 06:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DangerMan (Post 38860699)
Lazar is a two way center that can really shoot the puck. He doesn't have the stickhandling skills as some of the others, but plays really well off of the puck. A really mature player and the type of player coaches love to have.

Barkov is elite in two-way game, he has amazing shot, he is very smooth at stickhandling the puck in the traffic. His best asset is definetly his two-way game which is great. Doing winning plays all the time, helps the defence with his great positioning. But i love his decision making with the puck. Does all the small things to help the defence and is good at releasing the pressure from own zone. His best ability at D is how he gives pressure with his large body to puck holder and give him very limited time and space with the puck.Not to forget his puck stealing ability which reminds from Datsyuk, so does his stickhandling in traffic. Don't know about lazar too much but Barkov has future selke or atleast nomination calibre of two way game added with his high end
Offensive skills.

Not comparing these players because i haven't seen Lazar Much. just described Barkov's 2-way game. I'd be happy if Barkov ends up as top 5 pick but has potential to be #1

Ristolainen should be in the 10-20 range at this point. He has serious problems with positioning and when he is pressured he can make stupid decisions with the puck.

SergeConstantin74 11-02-2011 06:29 PM

Too bad... Nick Sörensen's injury will probably make him drop.

Alberta tough 11-02-2011 07:17 PM

Welcome ProScout, I see you took my advice and moved this from the "mock drafts" board. You also added Bowey to your list, I expect Bowey to start rising.

agentremax 11-03-2011 07:11 AM

In my opinion, Ristolainen, Soberg, Cammarata, Dano and Brouillard should be higher. We could also add some players to the list; Jacob De la Rose, Alexander wennberg, Lucas Wallmark, Janathan Drouin, Juuso Ikonen, etc.
And I don't think Sorensen will dramaticly drop, his year is over, but he have an other year to prove himself.

I also think that Barkov should be AT LEAST top 3, he's a natural plekanec-Datsyuk style player with good offensive potential.

YARR123 11-03-2011 08:04 AM

I highly doubt that only 3 swedes will go in the top-50, theres been talk about alot of good swedes for 2013. Alteast of Elias Lindholm, Andre Burakowsky and Jacob De la Rose I have heard great things about and obviously there are many others that will make the top-50.

Also atleast Juuso Ikonen (5'7) and Artturi Lehkonen (5'10) should be in the notables section for Finland. Ikonen is probably the most talented prospect from Finland in many years, only his size is a problem. He's a very dominant player in jr. A right now, also he was huge in Ivan Hlinka this year as an underager.

Lehkonen is slightly taller and I believe he is still growing. He's got a very good 2-way game and has a knack for scoring goals, hes very smart etc... While physically he's still very lean, he's pretty balanced and plays a very mature game. The best forward for his Jr. A team TPS while being 1-4 years younger than everyone else. Also played a big role in Ivan Hlinka this year as an underager.

Obviously these early lists have a huge CHL bias since scouts may not have seen many of the Euro players

Rimbe 11-03-2011 08:35 AM

And Husso seems to be the most talented Finnish goalie since Rask. Lots of good Finns this year.

IMO Barkov, Ristolainen, Ikonen, Husso and Lehkonen should all be TOP 50 players

WayneBruce 11-03-2011 08:55 AM

Lots of interesting prospects from Sweden, Elias lindholm, Nick Sörensen, Crus-Rydberg, Wallmark etc.

Gustav Possler is another player to watch.

markrander87 11-03-2011 11:41 AM

Great list, to be honest I wouldnt be surprised to see Erne drop out of the 1st round, he did not impress me at all, very lazy. Also wondering about Drouin. I know failing to report to the Moose will hurt his chances but he was the 2nd overall pick in the Q and thats only because he was behind Mackinnon. Any chances he jumps into the top 30?

phil macrackin 11-03-2011 12:04 PM

Excellent list. One player who intrigues me is Hudson Fasching. Curious to see if he'll be a climber over the next year.


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