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Mathletic's Top 210 Prospects for the 2013 NHL Draft (Christmas Edition) + Mock

So, we're about halfway through the season in most leagues. Just thought I'd do a quick update on my rankings. Note, I had a bit too much on my hands lately, so it's possible there's a few info incorrect, like a player listed on the wrong team, players missing and whatnot. Let me know in case you find something wrong.

Also, I'm working on rankings for the 2014 and 2015 NHL Draft. I hoped I'd be able to gather all the info to post my first versions but haven't been able to do so yet.

Link to Mock Draft:

http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1310685

Also, all my rankings are based on stats. My opinion is not factored in. This is a players rankings, not a mock draft, so it reflects who I think will become the better players in the future. Not where I think they'll end up at the draft.

Fire Away!


Round 1

1 - Nathan MacKinnon, C, Halifax Mooseheads, LHJMQ
2 - Aleksander Barkov, C, Tappara, SM-Liiga, Finland
3 - Jonathan Drouin, LW, Halifax Mooseheads, LHJMQ
4 - Seth Jones, D, Portland Winerhawks, WHL
5 - Sean Monahan, C, Ottawa 67's OHL
6 - Hunter Shinkaruk, LW, Medicine Hat Tigers, WHL
7 - Elias Lindholm, C, Brynäs IF, Elitserien, Sweden
8 - Ryan Pulock, D, Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL
9 - Max Domi, C, London Knights, OHL
10 - Adam Erne, RW, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
11 - Anthony Duclair, LW, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
12 - Anthony Mantha, RW, Val d'Or Foreurs, LHJMQ
13 - Oliver Bjorkstrand, RW, Portland Winterhawks, WHL
14 - Morgan Klimchuk, C, Regina Pats, WHL
15 - Curtis Lazar, C, Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL
16 - Lucas Wallmark, C, Skellefteå AIK, SuperElit, Sweden
17 - Robert Hägg, D, MODO Hockey, SuperElit, Sweden
18 - Madison Bowey, D, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
19 - Chris Bigras, D, Owen Sound Attack, OHL
20 - Nikita Zadorov, D, London Knights, OHL
21 - Josh Morrissey, D, Prince Albert Raiders, WHL
22 - Zachary Fucale, G, Halifax Mooseheads, LHJMQ
23 - Artturi Lehkonen, RW, KalPa, SM-Liiga, Finland
24 - Ian McCoshen, D, Waterloo Black Hawks, USHL
25 - Hudson Fasching, F, USA NTDP
26 - Jesse Lees, D, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
27 - Eric Comrie, G, Tri-City Americans, WHL
28 - Dillon Heatherington, D, Swift Current Broncos, WHL
29 - Jason Dickinson, LW, Guelph Storm, OHL
30 - Kerby Rychel, LW, Windsor Spitfires, OHL

Round 2

31 - Bo Horvat, LW, London Knights, OHL
32 - Vincent Dunn, C, Val d'Or Foreurs, LHJMQ
33 - Frédérik Gauthier, C, Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ
34 - J.T. Compher, F, USA NTDP
35 - Pavel Buchnevich, C/W, Almaz Cherepovets, MHL, Russia
36 - Philippe Desrosiers, G, Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ
37 - Justin Bailey, C, Kitchener Rangers, OHL
38 - Marc-Olivier Roy, RW, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
39 - Emile Poirier, LW, Gatineau Olympiques, LHJMQ
40 - Nick Sørensen, RW, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
41 - Michael Downing, D, Dubuque Fighting Saints, USHL
42 - Valeri Nichushkin, F, Chelmet Chelyabinsk, VHL, Russia
43 - Ryan Hartman, F, Plymouth Whalers, OHL
44 - Jordan Subban, D, Belleville Bulls, OHL
45 - Shea Theodore, D, Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL
46 - Cody Corbett, D, Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL
47 - Darnell Nurse, D, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, OHL
48 - Rasmus Ristolainen, D, TPS, SM-Liiga, Finland
49 - Ivan Nalimov, G, SKA-1946 St. Petersburg, MHL, Russia
50 - Valentin Zykov, RW, Baie-Comeau Drakkar, LHJMQ
51 - Laurent Dauphin, C, Chicoutimi Saguenéens, LHJMQ
52 - Alexander Wennberg, C, Djurgårdens IF, Allsvenskan, Sweden
53 - Mirco Müller, D, Everett Silvertips, WHL
54 - Nicolas Petan, C, Portland Winterhawks, WHL
55 - Martin Reway, LW, Gatineau Olympiques, LHJMQ
56 - William Carrier, LW, Cape Breton Screaming Eagles, LHJMQ
57 - Roberts Lipsbergs, C, Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL
58 - Beau McCue, RW, Tri-City Americans, WHL
59 - Taylor Cammarata, F, Waterloo Black Hawks, USHL
60 - Christopher Clapperton, LW, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ

Round 3

61 - Atte Tolvanen, G, Ässät, Junior A SM-Liiga, Finland
62 - Tyler Motte, F, USA NTDP
63 - Sergey Tolchinsky, RW, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, MHL, Russia
64 - Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau, LW, Baie-Comeau Drakkar, LHJMQ
65 - Eric Locke, C, Saginaw Spirit, OHL
66 - Dominik Kahun, LW, Sudbury Wolves, OHL
67 - Charlie Graham, G, Belleville Bulls, OHL
68 - Juuso Ikonen, C, Espoo Blues, SM-Liiga, Finland
69 - Ryan Kujawinski, C, Kingston Frontenacs, OHL
70 - Alex Forsberg, C, Prince George Cougars, WHL
71 - Myles Bell, LW, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
72 - Gustav Possler, RW, MODO Hockey, SuperElit, Sweden
73 - Brenden Miller, D, Brampton Battalion, OHL
74 - Mitchell Wheaton, D, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
75 - Jan Kostalek, D , Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ
76 - Martin Kokeš, D, J Litvínov, Noen ELJ, Czech Republic
77 - Marcus McIvor, D, Brampton Battalion, OHL
78 - André Burakovsky, C, IF Malmö Redhawks, SuperElit, Sweden
79 - Ryan Fitzgerald, F, Valley Junior Warriors, EJHL
80 - Chris Carlisle, D, Oshawa Generals, OHL
81 - Malte Strömwall, RW, Tri-City Americans, WHL
82 - Jackson Houck, RW, Vancouver Giants, WHL
83 - Matt Murphy, D, Val-d'Or Foreurs, LHJMQ
84 - Samuel Morin, D, Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ
85 - Carl Dahlström, D, Linköpings HC, SuperElit, Sweden
86 - Petr Sidlik, D, Victoriaville Tigres, LHJMQ
87 - Luke Johnson, F, Lincoln Stars, USHL
88 - Andreas Johnson, RW, Frölunda HC, SuperElit, Sweden
89 - Austin Cangelosi, F, Youngstown Phantoms, USHL
90 - Gabe Guertler, F, Fargo Force, USHL

Round 4

91 - Steve Santini, D, USA NTDP
92 - David Hunter, D, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
93 - Marcus Högberg, G, Linköpings HC, SuperElit
94 - Michael Brodzinski, D, Muskegon Lumberjacks, USHL
95 - Matej Beran, C, P.E.I. Rocket, LHJMQ
96 - Stephen Harper, LW, Erie Otters, OHL
97 - Nick Moutrey, RW, Saginaw Spirit, OHL
98 - Bolton Pouliot, G, Red Deer Rebels, WHL
99 - Adam Tambellini, C, Vernon Vipers, BCHL
100 - Alex Fotinos, G, Barrie Colts, OHL
101 - Ashton Sautner, D, Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL
102 - Tristan Jarry, G, Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL
103 - Tyler King, D, Spokane Chiefs, WHL
104 - Eric Roy, D, Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL
105 - Billy Jenkins, C, Kingston Frontenacs, OHL
106 - Nathan Pancel, LW, Sudbury Wolves, OHL
107 - John Hayden, F, USA NTDP
108 - Greg Chase, C, Calgary Hitmen, WHL
109 - Mathieu Lemay, RW, Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, LHJMQ
110 - Kurt Etchegary, C, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
111 - Macoy Erkamps, D, Lethbridge Hurricanes, WHL
112 - Kayle Doetzel, D, Red Deer Rebels, WHL
113 - Spencer Martin, G, Mississauga Steelheads, OHL
114 - Alexandre Bélanger, Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, LHJMQ
115 - Igor Ustinsky, G, Stalnie Lisi Magnitogorsk, MHL, Russia
116 - Juuse Saros, G, HPK, Junior A SM-Liiga, Finland
117 - Sam Mckechnie, C, Lethbridge Hurricanes, WHL
118 - Dakota Conroy, RW, Prince Albert Raiders, WHL
119 - Josh Burnside, LW, Mississauga Steelheads, OHL
120 - Cole Cassels, C, Oshawa Generals, OHL

Round 5

121 - Thomas Ebbing, C, Chicago Steel, USHL
122 - Jacob de la Rose, F, Leksand, SuperElit, Sweden
123 - Jamie Lewis, C, Brampton Battalion, OHL
124 - Alexander Roos, C, Chicago Steel, USHL
125 - Oskari Siiki, LW, TPS, Nuorten SM-Liiga, Finland
126 - Austin Farley, F, Minnesota-Duluth, WCHA
127 - Patrik Zdrahal, RW, Acadie-Bathrust Titan, LHJMQ
128 - Sébastien Auger, G, Saint John Sea Dogs, LHJMQ
129 - Connor Rankin, C, Tri-City Americans, WHL
130 - Tanner Eberle, LW, Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL
131 - Carter Rigby, LW, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
132 - Étienne Marcoux, G, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
133 - Aaron Hoyles, D, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
134 - Bogdan Yakimov, C, Dizel Penza, VHL, Russia
135 - Cory Genovese, D, Kitchener Rangers, OHL
136 - Zach Fortin, G, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
137 - Nikolas Brouillard, D, Drummondville Voltigeurs, LHJMQ
138 - Trevor Moore, F, Tri-City Storm, USHL
139 - Mislav Rosandic, RW, HC´05 Banská Bystrica o.z Extraliga Juniorov, Slovakia
140 - Carson Soucy, D, Spruce Grove Saints, AJHL
141 - Anton Cederholm, D, Rögle BK, SuperElit, Sweden
142 - Amil Krupic, D, Rögle SuperElit, Sweden
143 - Linus Arnesson, D, Djurgårdens IF, SuperElit, Sweden
144 - Tommy Stenqvist, D, Timrå IK, SuperElit, Sweden
145 - Matthew Caito, D, Miami (Ohio) University, CCHA
146 - Arvid Lundberg, D, Skellefteå, SuperElit, Sweden
147 - Nolan De Jong, D, Victoria Grizzlies, BCHL
148 - Jared Gilbert, D, Kitchener Rangers, OHL
149 - Carl Tremblay, D, Chicoutimi Saguenéens, LHJMQ
150 - Jaedon Descheneau, C, Kootenay Ice, WHL

Round 6

151 - Simon Lemieux, G, Baie-Comeau Drakkar, LHJMQ
152 - Taran Kozun, G, Kamloops Blazers, WHL
153 - Jonathan Diaby, Victoriaville Tigres, LHJMQ
154 - Jordan DeKort, G, Windsor Spitfires, OHL
155 - Jake Patterson, G, London Knights, OHL
156 - Keaton Thompson, D , USA NTDP
157 - Hunter Garlent, Guelph Storm, OHL
158 - Brandon Magee, C, Victoria Royals, WHL
159 - Riley Sheen, LW, Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL
160 - Brett Roulston, LW, Prince George Cougars, WHL
161 - Andrei Filonenko, G, Krasnaja Armija, MHL, Russia
162 - Redgie Bois, D, Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, LHJMQ
163 - Kevin Pochuk, D, Red Deer Rebels, WHL
164 - Ryan Graves, D, Prince Edward Island Rocket, LHJMQ
165 - Ayrton Nikkel, D, Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL
166 - Matt Needham, C, Kamloops Blazers, WHL
167 - Anton Slepyshev, LW, Kuznetskie Medvedi, MHL, Russia
168 - Scott Savage, D, USA NTDP
169 - Philippe Sanche, C, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
170 - Michael Giugovaz, G, Peterborough Petes, OHL
171 - Sam Fioretti, C, Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL
172 - Jacob Sweeney, D, Moncton Wildcats, LHJMQ
173 - Ville Husso, G, HIFK, Junior A SM-Liiga, Finland
174 - Will Butcher, D, USA NTDP
175 - Anthony Louis, F, USA NTDP
176 - Keegan Kanzig, D, Victoria Royals, WHL
177 - Eamon McAdam, G, Waterloo Black Hawks, USHL
178 - Simon Boudreau, D, Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ
179 - Michael Rotolo, G, Green Bay Gamblers, USHL
180 - Anthony DeLuca, LW, Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ

Round 7

181 - Jérémy Grégoire, C, Chicoutimi Saguenéens, LHJMQ
182 - Jackson Whistle, G, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
183 - Viktor Crus Rydberg, C, Linköpings, SuperElit, Sweden
184 - Kevin Lankinen, G, Jokerit, Junior A SM-Liiga, Finland
185 - Austin Lotz, G, Everett Silvertips, WHL
186 - Danick Martel, RW, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
187 - Jean-Sébastien Dea, C, Rouyn-Noranda, Huskies, LHJMQ
188 - Corey Petrash, LW, Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, USHL
189 - Ryan Galt, F, Des Moines Buccaneers, USHL
190 - Janne Juvonen, G, Pelicans, SM-Liiga, Finland
191 - Niklas Hansson, D, Rögle BK, SuperElit, Sweden
192 - Henrik Hjerpe, G, Leksands IF, SuperElit, Sweden
193 - Jason Fram, D, Spokane Chiefs, WHL
194 - Adam Helewka, LW, Spokane Chiefs, WHL
195 - Tim McGauley, C, Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL
196 - Ilya Sorokin, G, Kuznetskie Medvedi, MHL, Russia
197 - Antti Karjalainen, G, Ilves, Junior A SM-Liiga, Finland
198 - Ben Harpur, D, Guelph Storm, OHL
199 - Jay Merkley, C, Lethbridge Hurricanes, WHL
200 - Riley Guenther, D, Prince Albert Raiders, WHL
201 - Nikita Jevpalovs, C, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
202 - Jake Guentzel, C, Sioux City Musketeers, USHL
203 - Tomáš Török, LW, Drummondville Voltigeurs, LHJMQ
204 - Kyle Burroughs, D, Regina Pats, WHL
205 - Dominik Kubalík, LW, Sudbury Wolves, OHL
206 - Philippe Cadorette, G, Baie-Comeau Drakkar, LHJMQ
207 - Spenser Jensen, D, Medicine Hat Tigers, WHL
208 - Cory Millette, LW, Red Deer Rebels, WHL
209 - Sergey Kuptsov, RW, Belleville Bulls, OHL
210 - Oliver Cooper, LW, Saint John Sea Dogs, LHJMQ


Need More Info

Tyler Hill, F, Chicago Steel, USHL
Connor Hurley, F, Muskegon Lumberjacks, USHL
Ross Olsson, RW, Williston Northampton School, USHS
Ryan Lomberg, LW, Maine, CCHA
Marko Dano, C, HC Slovan Bratislava, KHL, Russia
David Griger, C, HK POPRAD, Tippsport Extraliga, Slovakia

Clint Filbrandt, D, Tri-City Americans, WHL
Brett Pesce, D, New Hampshire Wildcats, Hockey East
Emil Djuse, D, Södertälje, Allsvenskan, Sweden

Landon Bow, G, Swift Current Broncos, WHL
Coleman Vollrath, G, Victoria Roayls, WHL


Rankings by League


LHJMQ

1 - Nathan MacKinnon, C, Halifax Mooseheads, LHJMQ
3 - Jonathan Drouin, LW, Halifax Mooseheads, LHJMQ
10 - Adam Erne, RW, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
11 - Anthony Duclair, LW, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
12 - Anthony Mantha, RW, Val d'Or Foreurs, LHJMQ
22 - Zachary Fucale, G, Halifax Mooseheads, LHJMQ
32 - Vincent Dunn, C, Val d'Or Foreurs, LHJMQ
33 - Frédérik Gauthier, C, Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ
36 - Philippe Desrosiers, G, Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ
38 - Marc-Olivier Roy, RW, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
39 - Emile Poirier, LW, Gatineau Olympiques, LHJMQ
40 - Nick Sørensen, RW, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
50 - Valentin Zykov, RW, Baie-Comeau Drakkar, LHJMQ
51 - Laurent Dauphin, C, Chicoutimi Saguenéens, LHJMQ
55 - Martin Reway, LW, Gatineau Olympiques, LHJMQ
56 - William Carrier, LW, Cape Breton Screaming Eagles, LHJMQ
60 - Christopher Clapperton, LW, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
64 - Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau, LW, Baie-Comeau Drakkar, LHJMQ
75 - Jan Kostalek, D , Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ
83 - Matt Murphy, D, Val-d'Or Foreurs, LHJMQ
84 - Samuel Morin, D, Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ
86 - Petr Sidlik, D, Victoriaville Tigres, LHJMQ
92 - David Hunter, D, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
95 - Matej Beran, C, P.E.I. Rocket, LHJMQ
109 - Mathieu Lemay, RW, Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, LHJMQ
110 - Kurt Etchegary, C, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
114 - Alexandre Bélanger, G, Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, LHJMQ
127 - Patrik Zdrahal, RW, Acadie-Bathrust Titan, LHJMQ
128 - Sébastien Auger, G, Saint John Sea Dogs, LHJMQ
132 - Étienne Marcoux, G, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
133 - Aaron Hoyles, D, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
136 - Zach Fortin, G, Québec Remparts, LHJMQ
137 - Nikolas Brouillard, D, Drummondville Voltigeurs, LHJMQ
149 - Carl Tremblay, D, Chicoutimi Saguenéens, LHJMQ
151 - Simon Lemieux, G, Baie-Comeau Drakkar, LHJMQ
153 - Jonathan Diaby, D, Victoriaville Tigres, LHJMQ
162 - Redgie Bois, D, Rouyn-Noranda Huskies, LHJMQ
164 - Ryan Graves, D, Prince Edward Island Rocket, LHJMQ
169 - Philippe Sanche, C, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
172 - Jacob Sweeney, D, Moncton Wildcats, LHJMQ
178 - Simon Boudreau, D, Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ
180 - Anthony DeLuca, LW, Rimouski Océanic, LHJMQ
181 - Jérémy Grégoire, C, Chicoutimi Saguenéens, LHJMQ
186 - Danick Martel, RW, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
187 - Jean-Sébastien Dea, C, Rouyn-Noranda, Huskies, LHJMQ
201 - Nikita Jevpalovs, C, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, LHJMQ
203 - Tomáš Török, LW, Drummondville Voltigeurs, LHJMQ
206 - Philippe Cadorette, G, Baie-Comeau Drakkar, LHJMQ
210 - Oliver Cooper, LW, Saint John Sea Dogs, LHJMQ


OHL

5 - Sean Monahan, C, Ottawa 67's OHL
9 - Max Domi, C, London Knights, OHL
19 - Chris Bigras, D, Owen Sound Attack, OHL
20 - Nikita Zadorov, D, London Knights, OHL
29 - Jason Dickinson, LW, Guelph Storm, OHL
30 - Kerby Rychel, LW, Windsor Spitfires, OHL
31 - Bo Horvat, LW, London Knights, OHL
37 - Justin Bailey, C, Kitchener Rangers, OHL
43 - Ryan Hartman, F, Plymouth Whalers, OHL
44 - Jordan Subban, D, Belleville Bulls, OHL
47 - Darnell Nurse, D, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, OHL
63 - Sergey Tolchinsky, RW, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, OHL
65 - Eric Locke, C, Saginaw Spirit, OHL
66 - Dominik Kahun, LW, Sudbury Wolves, OHL
67 - Charlie Graham, G, Belleville Bulls, OHL
69 - Ryan Kujawinski, C, Kingston Frontenacs, OHL
73 - Brenden Miller, D, Brampton Battalion, OHL
77 - Marcus McIvor, D, Brampton Battalion, OHL
80 - Chris Carlisle, D, Oshawa Generals, OHL
96 - Stephen Harper, LW, Erie Otters, OHL
97 - Nick Moutrey, RW, Saginaw Spirit, OHL
100 - Alex Fotinos, G, Barrie Colts, OHL
105 - Billy Jenkins, C, Kingston Frontenacs, OHL
106 - Nathan Pancel, LW, Sudbury Wolves, OHL
113 - Spencer Martin, G, Mississauga Steelheads, OHL
119 - Josh Burnside, LW, Mississauga Steelheads, OHL
120 - Cole Cassels, C, Oshawa Generals, OHL
123 - Jamie Lewis, C, Brampton Battalion, OHL
135 - Cory Genovese, D, Kitchener Rangers, OHL
148 - Jared Gilbert, D, Kitchener Rangers, OHL
154 - Jordan DeKort, G, Windsor Spitfires, OHL
155 - Jake Patterson, G, London Knights, OHL
157 - Hunter Garlent, C, Guelph Storm, OHL
170 - Michael Giugovaz, G, Peterborough Petes, OHL
198 - Ben Harpur, D, Guelph Storm, OHL
205 - Dominik Kubalík, LW, Sudbury Wolves, OHL
209 - Sergey Kuptsov, RW, Belleville Bulls, OHL


WHL

4 - Seth Jones, D, Portland Winerhawks, WHL
6 - Hunter Shinkaruk, LW, Medicine Hat Tigers, WHL
8 - Ryan Pulock, D, Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL
13 - Oliver Bjorkstrand, RW, Portland Winterhawks, WHL
14 - Morgan Klimchuk, C, Regina Pats, WHL
15 - Curtis Lazar, C, Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL
18 - Madison Bowey, D, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
21 - Josh Morrissey, D, Prince Albert Raiders, WHL
26 - Jesse Lees, D, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
27 - Eric Comrie, G, Tri-City Americans, WHL
28 - Dillon Heatherington, D, Swift Current Broncos, WHL
45 - Shea Theodore, D, Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL
46 - Cody Corbett, D, Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL
53 - Mirco Müller, D, Everett Silvertips, WHL
54 - Nicolas Petan, C, Portland Winterhawks, WHL
57 - Roberts Lipsbergs, C, Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL
58 - Beau McCue, RW, Tri-City Americans, WHL
70 - Alex Forsberg, C, Prince George Cougars, WHL
71 - Myles Bell, LW, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
74 - Mitchell Wheaton, D, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
81 - Malte Strömwall, RW, Tri-City Americans, WHL
82 - Jackson Houck, RW, Vancouver Giants, WHL
98 - Bolton Pouliot, G, Red Deer Rebels, WHL
101 - Ashton Sautner, D, Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL
102 - Tristan Jarry, G, Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL
103 - Tyler King, D, Spokane Chiefs, WHL
104 - Eric Roy, D, Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL
108 - Greg Chase, C, Calgary Hitmen, WHL
111 - Macoy Erkamps, D, Lethbridge Hurricanes, WHL
112 - Kayle Doetzel, D, Red Deer Rebels, WHL
117 - Sam Mckechnie, C, Lethbridge Hurricanes, WHL
118 - Dakota Conroy, RW, Prince Albert Raiders, WHL
129 - Connor Rankin, C, Tri-City Americans, WHL
130 - Tanner Eberle, LW, Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL
131 - Carter Rigby, LW, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
150 - Jaedon Descheneau, C, Kootenay Ice, WHL
152 - Taran Kozun, G, Kamloops Blazers, WHL
158 - Brandon Magee, C, Victoria Royals, WHL
159 - Riley Sheen, LW, Seattle Thunderbirds, WHL
160 - Brett Roulston, LW, Prince George Cougars, WHL
163 - Kevin Pochuk, D, Red Deer Rebels, WHL
165 - Ayrton Nikkel, D, Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL
166 - Matt Needham, C, Kamloops Blazers, WHL
171 - Sam Fioretti, C, Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL
176 - Keegan Kanzig, D, Victoria Royals, WHL
182 - Jackson Whistle, G, Kelowna Rockets, WHL
185 - Austin Lotz, G, Everett Silvertips, WHL
193 - Jason Fram, D, Spokane Chiefs, WHL
194 - Adam Helewka, LW, Spokane Chiefs, WHL
195 - Tim McGauley, C, Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL
199 - Jay Merkley, C, Lethbridge Hurricanes, WHL
200 - Riley Guenther, D, Prince Albert Raiders, WHL
204 - Kyle Burroughs, D, Regina Pats, WHL
207 - Spenser Jensen, D, Medicine Hat Tigers, WHL
208 - Cory Millette, LW, Red Deer Rebels, WHL


USA NTDP

25 - Hudson Fasching, F, USA NTDP
34 - J.T. Compher, F, USA NTDP
62 - Tyler Motte, F, USA NTDP
91 - Steve Santini, D, USA NTDP
107 - John Hayden, F, USA NTDP
156 - Keaton Thompson, D , USA NTDP
168 - Scott Savage, D, USA NTDP
174 - Will Butcher, D, USA NTDP
175 - Anthony Louis, F, USA NTDP


US Junior A

24 - Ian McCoshen, D, Waterloo Black Hawks, USHL
41 - Michael Downing, D, Dubuque Fighting Saints, USHL
59 - Taylor Cammarata, F, Waterloo Black Hawks, USHL
79 - Ryan Fitzgerald, F, Valley Junior Warriors, EJHL
87 - Luke Johnson, F, Lincoln Stars, USHL
89 - Austin Cangelosi, F, Youngstown Phantoms, USHL
90 - Gabe Guertler, F, Fargo Force, USHL
94 - Michael Brodzinski, D, Muskegon Lumberjacks, USHL
121 - Thomas Ebbing, C, Chicago Steel, USHL
124 - Alexander Roos, C, Chicago Steel, USHL
138 - Trevor Moore, F, Tri-City Storm, USHL
177 - Eamon McAdam, G, Waterloo Black Hawks, USHL
179 - Michael Rotolo, G, Green Bay Gamblers, USHL
188 - Corey Petrash, LW, Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, USHL
189 - Ryan Galt, F, Des Moines Buccaneers, USHL
202 - Jake Guentzel, C, Sioux City Musketeers, USHL


NCAA

126 - Austin Farley, F, Minnesota-Duluth, WCHA
145 - Matthew Caito, D, Miami (Ohio) University, CCHA


CJHL

99 - Adam Tambellini, C, Vernon Vipers, BCHL
140 - Carson Soucy, D, Spruce Grove Saints, AJHL
147 - Nolan De Jong, D, Victoria Grizzlies, BCHL


Czech Republic

76 - Martin Kokeš, D, J Litvínov, Noen ELJ, Czech Republic


Finland

2 - Aleksander Barkov, C, Tappara, SM-Liiga, Finland
23 - Artturi Lehkonen, RW, KalPa, SM-Liiga, Finland
48 - Rasmus Ristolainen, D, TPS, SM-Liiga, Finland
61 - Atte Tolvanen, G, Ässät, Junior A SM-Liiga, Finland
68 - Juuso Ikonen, C, Blues, SM-liiga, Finland
116 - Juuse Saros, G, HPK, Junior A SM-Liiga, Finland
125 - Oskari Siiki, LW, TPS, Jr. A SM-liiga, Finland
173 - Ville Husso, G, HIFK, Junior A SM-Liiga, Finland
184 - Kevin Lankinen, G, Jokerit, Junior A SM-Liiga, Finland
190 - Janne Juvonen, G, Pelicans, SM-Liiga, Finland
197 - Antti Karjalainen, G, Ilves, Junior A SM-Liiga, Finland


Russia

35 - Pavel Buchnevich, C/W, Almaz Cherepovets, MHL, Russia
42 - Valeri Nichushkin, F, Chelmet Chelyabinsk, VHL, Russia
49 - Ivan Nalimov, G, SKA-1946 St. Petersburg, MHL, Russia
115 - Igor Ustinsky, G, Stalnie Lisi Magnitogorsk, MHL, Russia
134 - Bogdan Yakimov, C, Dizel Penza, VHL, Russia
161 - Andrei Filonenko, G, Krasnaja Armija, MHL, Russia
167 - Anton Slepyshev, LW, Kuznetskie Medvedi, MHL, Russia
196 - Ilya Sorokin, G, Kuznetskie Medvedi, MHL, Russia


Slovakia

139 - Mislav Rosandic, RW, HC´05 Banská Bystrica, Extraliga Juniorov, Slovakia


Sweden

7 - Elias Lindholm, C, Brynäs IF, Elitserien, Sweden
16 - Lucas Wallmark, C, Skellefteå AIK, SuperElit, Sweden
17 - Robert Hägg, D, MODO Hockey, SuperElit, Sweden
52 - Alexander Wennberg, C, Djurgårdens IF, Allsvenskan, Sweden
72 - Gustav Possler, RW, MODO Hockey, SuperElit, Sweden
78 - André Burakovsky, C, IF Malmö Redhawks, SuperElit, Sweden
85 - Carl Dahlström, D, Linköpings HC, SuperElit, Sweden
88 - Andreas Johnson, RW, Frölunda HC, SuperElit, Sweden
93 - Marcus Högberg, G, Linköpings HC, SuperElit
122 - Jacob de la Rose, F, Leksand, SuperElit, Sweden
141 - Anton Cederholm, D, Rögle BK, SuperElit, Sweden
143 - Linus Arnesson, D, Djurgårdens IF, SuperElit, Sweden
144 - Tommy Stenqvist, D, Timrå IK, SuperElit, Sweden
146 - Arvid Lundberg, D, Skellefteå, SuperElit, Sweden
183 - Viktor Crus Rydberg, C, Linköpings, SuperElit, Sweden
191 - Niklas Hansson, D, Rögle BK, SuperElit, Sweden
192 - Henrik Hjerpe, G, Leksands IF, SuperElit, Sweden
142 - Amil Krupic, D, Rögle SuperElit, Sweden


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1) you like your Q players
2) Jacob de la Rose is way too low...he's a 1st rounder IMO.

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Santini in the 4th and de la Rose in the 5th stood out, Alex Forsberg is too high IMO.

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Like seeing J. Lees getting some love on your list...some huge upside to this kid, but not on any other 2013 rankings for some reason.Seen a few rocket games the whole team Defence looks solid and J Lees defensive play has improved emmensly. People don't realize he would be the youngest of the whole 2013 class.Almost a whole year of growth in strength etc vs comparible kids.


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2) Jacob de la Rose is way too low...he's a 1st rounder IMO.
for sure

but like I said, my rankings are based on stats, so my own personal biases are factored in. This season is looking like a great year for the Q for once. Next year doesn't look as good though.

I can't say I'm a huge fan of de la Rose. He sure has great size and drive but skills and hockey sense don't look that good in his case.


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Santini in the 4th and de la Rose in the 5th stood out, Alex Forsberg is too high IMO.
Not a huge fan of Santini. Never seen him play but on paper he doesn't look dominant from his time in the EJHL and USHL.


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Like seeing J. Lees getting some love on your list...some huge upside to this kid, but not on any other 2013 rankings for some reason.Seen a few rocket games the whole team Defence looks solid and J Lees defencive play has improved emmensly. People don't realize he would be the youngest of the whole 2013 class.Almost a whole year of growth in strength etc vs comparible kids.
True, loved his game against Lethbridge. Looks like a hard-worker. He could add a few pounds, but like you said. He's very young, so I'm sure he'll get heavier with time. He's listed at 6'00, so it's no that bad. Looks a bit like Kevin Klein.

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Yeah, de la Rose in the fifth round really stood out to me as well. I'll be shocked if he makes it past the second round. Nichuskin is too low as well. I know he's Russian, but if I'm picking in the 20-30 range I'd take the risk.

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I can't say I'm a huge fan of de la Rose. He sure has great size and drive but skills and hockey sense don't look that good in his case.
Watch him tomorrow morning against Canada. He's used in all sorts of situations and he's especially good in PK.

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this ranking is pretty embarrassing. Della Rose in the 5th is a joke and how can you rank jones 4th? I really dont like this list but you did put in some effort

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this ranking is pretty embarrassing. Della Rose in the 5th is a joke and how can you rank jones 4th? I really dont like this list but you did put in some effort
jones at 4 is a real possibility

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Watch him tomorrow morning against Canada. He's used in all sorts of situations and he's especially good in PK.
Yeah I watched him against the US. I agree he has value on the PK and could be useful down the road for an NHL team. That said, I'm not sure his ceiling is particularly high. I compared him to Klingberg at some point. Even though I still think Klingberg has a higher ceiling. I think, as a forwad, you have to bring more to the table than just defensive work. I don't see high offensive potential with him so far, but hey I could be dead wrong on this one.

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this ranking is pretty embarrassing. Della Rose in the 5th is a joke and how can you rank jones 4th? I really dont like this list but you did put in some effort
Like I said, I think people should question themselves as far as, is De La Rose really that good? I'll give you that he has nice size, hard worker and a good player on the PK. But offensively, I don't think he's anywhere near he should be for a 1st to 2nd round guy.

For me, MacKinnon and Barkov are ahead of Jones. Both are a year younger than he is. So, if you simply compare where Jones was last year compared to where Barkov and MacKinnon are this year. I don't think it's that close.

Like I said in a previous edition, dominant forwards have so much value that it's hard d-men to top that. Jones is having as good a season as any d-man in recent years for a draft eligible season. That said, the tossup at this point for me is between Drouin and Jones. If Drouin continues at this rate, he'll end up ahead of Jones in my rankings. If his play tails off a bit, then Jones could takeover as the n'3 guy on my list.

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I don't see De La Rose as a first rounder either, but I don't imagine he'll make it past the 3rd round.

Also, I have Lehkonen in my mid-first. He's putting up great numbers in the FEL and he's slotted to be a top-6 forward in the WJC. I love him, personally.

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De La Rose should be draft in the second round... I don't see him go past 45th pick... If I was drafting for Montreal I would consider him a lot with their 3 second round picks...

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Wow intersting list, would be nice to know why you have ristolainen and nishuchkin so low in the most mock drafts they are in the top 10 /15.

And I really like that Dominik Kahun finally gets any love on a Mock Draft I haven't seen him on any other list.
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Wow intersting list, would be nice to know why you have ristolainen and nishuchkin so low in the most mock drafts they are in the top 10 /15.

And I really like that Dominik Kahun finally gets any love on a Mock Draft I haven't seen him on any other list.
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As for Ristolainen I think if we compare him to 2 Finns about the same age. That way we can better put in perspective his value. Ristolainen is about the same age as Olli Määttä and Ville Pokka. Määttä ended up going about 20th overall to Pittsburgh and Pokka was an early 2nd round pick by the Islanders.

From what I can gather Ristolainen has never really dominated at any level. Not saying he's a bad player, but compared to Määttä and Pokka he hasn't been as good. Size and mobility is interesting in his case but he's more of a project at this point.

As for Nishuchkin, he has come off well this year but his vision (or lackthereof) pretty much makes him drop in my rankings. The goal totals is nice but the assists aren't there in his case. He's a spectacular player to watch but the consistency doesn't seem to be there in his case.

Kahun's size must be working against him in most rankings but for as long as he keeps playing this way, it shouldn't hold him back too much. He's playing fairly well at even strength, which is a knock on most small forwards.

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Well this is...certainly a list of 210 prospects

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As for Ristolainen I think if we compare him to 2 Finns about the same age. That way we can better put in perspective his value. Ristolainen is about the same age as Olli Määttä and Ville Pokka. Määttä ended up going about 20th overall to Pittsburgh and Pokka was an early 2nd round pick by the Islanders.

From what I can gather Ristolainen has never really dominated at any level. Not saying he's a bad player, but compared to Määttä and Pokka he hasn't been as good. Size and mobility is interesting in his case but he's more of a project at this point.
It would be intresting to here what our prospect guru Tormentor has to say on this. It is true that Ristolainen is a raw talent who needs polishing. He is a project. When it comes to Ristolainen not being dominant is agruable. Ristolainen hasn't really played with his own age group. When Pokka and Määttä were playing against their own age group Ristolainen was already playing against 1-2 years older players. But these were of course their junior years and players develope with different pace... My point was just that few years back his potential was evident and he was too dominant to play with his own age.

IMO Ristolainen is at this point as good as Pokka but his potential is much higher. And Pokka is quite underrated defenseman. Pokka is going to be NHLer eventhough he lacks explosiveness and size. Ristolainen doesen't and that's why I consider him 1st round talent. I was very high on him when season started but now I think that he will at 10-20 range. WJC could however change things because evaluating young defenseman playing against men is hard and now he has a chance to so what he can do against his peers.

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It would be intresting to here what our prospect guru Tormentor has to say on this. It is true that Ristolainen is a raw talent who needs polishing. He is a project. When it comes to Ristolainen not being dominant is agruable. Ristolainen hasn't really played with his own age group. When Pokka and Määttä were playing against their own age group Ristolainen was already playing against 1-2 years older players. But these were of course their junior years and players develope with different pace... My point was just that few years back his potential was evident and he was too dominant to play with his own age.

IMO Ristolainen is at this point as good as Pokka but his potential is much higher. And Pokka is quite underrated defenseman. Pokka is going to be NHLer eventhough he lacks explosiveness and size. Ristolainen doesen't and that's why I consider him 1st round talent. I was very high on him when season started but now I think that he will at 10-20 range. WJC could however change things because evaluating young defenseman playing against men is hard and now he has a chance to so what he can do against his peers.
All 3 are of the same age group. Under NHL draft rules they're not but the domestic rules have them at the same age being born in 94'.

Pokka and Ristolainen entered the B-Nuorten SM-Alkusarja league (Junior B) at the same age and all 3 joined the Nuorten SM-liiga (Junior A) at the same age. Also, both Pokka and Ristolainen entered the SM-Liiga last year.

I could be wrong on Ristolainen, my model isn't perfect but what I see on paper leads me to think he may not be as good as people made it out to be after a few good games at the WJC last year.

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I do think de la Rose has a decent chance of slipping to the second round, but that depends. Teams rate players with his intangibles high and his offensive upside is fringe 2nd liner or good 3rd liner at this point(with room for improve to be a solid top6 prospect) There's some similarities to Tom Wilson, except Wilson is a little bigger and de la Rose is a better skater.

Wallmark is very high..

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All 3 are of the same age group. Under NHL draft rules they're not but the domestic rules have them at the same age being born in 94'.

Pokka and Ristolainen entered the B-Nuorten SM-Alkusarja league (Junior B) at the same age and all 3 joined the Nuorten SM-liiga (Junior A) at the same age. Also, both Pokka and Ristolainen entered the SM-Liiga last year.

I could be wrong on Ristolainen, my model isn't perfect but what I see on paper leads me to think he may not be as good as people made it out to be after a few good games at the WJC last year.
As far as I can tell and remember from hearing about him before he entered the SM-liiga, Ristolainen has dominated his peers (not offensively, but physically and defensively so it's hard to see that through the stats sheet), and while he is playing well in SM-liiga he lacks consistency; but I believe that'll come when he gets older.

And since this is a ranking for what you think will end up being how good they are during their playing career, I'd put him in the 20-30 range instead of 46 you have him at and about 6th for D instead of 13th. But since your ranking is based on stats and Rasmus' stats have never been that overwhelming, I think it's fair to rank him around there on the base of stats.

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for sure

but like I said, my rankings are based on stats, so my own personal biases are factored in. This season is looking like a great year for the Q for once. Next year doesn't look as good though.

I can't say I'm a huge fan of de la Rose. He sure has great size and drive but skills and hockey sense don't look that good in his case.




Not a huge fan of Santini. Never seen him play but on paper he doesn't look dominant from his time in the EJHL and USHL.




True, loved his game against Lethbridge. Looks like a hard-worker. He could add a few pounds, but like you said. He's very young, so I'm sure he'll get heavier with time. He's listed at 6'00, so it's no that bad. Looks a bit like Kevin Klein.
Thats BS. Wennberg leads his Allsvenskan team in points and have as many points as F Forsberg had at the end of last season. Your list really blows btw, nice try tough

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Thats BS. Wennberg leads his Allsvenskan team in points and have as many points as F Forsberg had at the end of last season. Your list really blows btw, nice try tough
Thanks lol!

When I say I take stats into consideration doesn't mean I use stats the way everydoby does. I use more than 1 season at that. Up to this year I can't say I saw much of Wennberg to lead me to believe he was a high-end guy. Also, he's the same age as Forsberg, so it wouldn't be fair comparing Wennberg this year to Forsberg last year.

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for sure

but like I said, my rankings are based on stats, so my own personal biases are factored in. This season is looking like a great year for the Q for once. Next year doesn't look as good though.

I can't say I'm a huge fan of de la Rose. He sure has great size and drive but skills and hockey sense don't look that good in his case.




Not a huge fan of Santini. Never seen him play but on paper he doesn't look dominant from his time in the EJHL and USHL.




True, loved his game against Lethbridge. Looks like a hard-worker. He could add a few pounds, but like you said. He's very young, so I'm sure he'll get heavier with time. He's listed at 6'00, so it's no that bad. Looks a bit like Kevin Klein.
Thats BS. Wennberg leads his Allsvenskan team in points and have as many points as F Forsberg had at the end of last season. Your list really blows btw, nice try tough

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I do think de la Rose has a decent chance of slipping to the second round, but that depends. Teams rate players with his intangibles high and his offensive upside is fringe 2nd liner or good 3rd liner at this point(with room for improve to be a solid top6 prospect) There's some similarities to Tom Wilson, except Wilson is a little bigger and de la Rose is a better skater.

Wallmark is very high..
What's your take btw on Wallmark?

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I dont see Markus Søberg on your list. Why is that?

And a player that isnt even talked about on this board is Matthias Nørstebø (http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=118177). Playing in the SEL, and barely noticed on this board. He should sky-rocket at the end of the year.

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drives me nuts when people make mock drafts that havent seen 95% of the players even play..Its a waste of the persons time writing out the list and a waste of time reading it... I just stick with the central scouting rankings and ISS etc etc

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