1. Buffalo - Sam Reinhart
2. Edmonton - Aaron Ekblad
3. Florida - Leon Draisaitl
4. Calgary - Sam Bennett
5. NYI - William Nylander
6. Carolina - Michael Dal Colle
7. Nashville - Nick Ritchie
8. Vancouver - Brendan Perlini
9. Winnipeg - Kasperi Kapanen
10. Anaheim - Haydn Fleury
11. Washington - Julius Honka
12. Detroit - Adrian Kempe
13. Phoenix - Jake Virtanen
14. Philadelphia - Joshua Ho-Sang
15. Columbus - Anthony DeAngelo
16. NYR - Jared McCann
17. Dallas - Roland McKeown
18. Tampa Bay - Nikolay Goldobin
19. Montreal - Sonny Milano
20. Minnesota - Jack Glover
21. Toronto - Alex Tuch
22. Los Angeles - Nikolaj Ehlers
23. Colorado - Jack Dougherty
24. Boston - David Pastrnak
25. Chicago - Eric Cornel
26. San Jose - Alex Peters
27. Pittsburgh - Connor Chatham
28. Anaheim - Vaclav Karabacek
29. St. Louis - Dylan Larkin
30. New Jersey - Anton Karlsson
^not bad! be interesting to see if the Sabres, who'll likely pick 1st, take Ekblad or a forward. my opinion only and as of March, i'd say DeAngelo is too high, as is Nylander, who likely won't be picked over Dal Colle, Ho-Sang and Kempe are too high as well, i doubt if Dougherty, Cornel or Chatham go in the 1st but we'll see by late June, and Jared McCann and Nikolaj Ehlers are too low. but other than that....
Don't see Nylander going in the top 5, especially before Dal Colle. No Bleackley, Scherbak, Vrana, Fiala, and Schmaltz in the 1st? DeAngelo is too high and Pastrnak is too low. Glover, Dougherty, Chatham, Peters, Karabacek, and Cornel aren't going to be in the 1st.
Edit: You completely missed Barbashev!!
Last edited by Joey Bones: 03-12-2014 at 09:57 PM.
I highly doubt the Canucks would go with Perlini at number 8. He's across the board in almost everyone else's projections, going from Top 10 to Top 100. Much more likely the Canucks go with Virtanen over him, it's easier to tell where he is going then Perlini. Plus, he's a local kid from Abbotsford, just an hour's drive from Vancouver.