Minnesota Wild's mid-season Top 20 stocked with prospects already contributing in NHL
The Wild's controlled rebuilding process is entering a new phase this season, introducing its top prospects into the NHL in sheltered roles. Charlie Coyle, Jonas Brodin, Jason Zucker, Johan Larsson, and Mikael Granlund have all made their NHL debuts, with various degrees of immersion and success. The Minnesota Wild has been careful to balance experience and youth this year, but there are plenty of players in the organization who may be asked to grow quickly in the next seasons to make the most of the opportunity at hand.
The Top 20 is quite rich in quality potential, players who ought to be capable of contributing at the top level while still on entry-level deals.… read more
I think after he was drafted he was a 6.5C, so that's good to see.
Other notes: Zucker and Larsson switched places since last time. Kuemper has had the second biggest jump(up 4 spots from 12 to 8), Graovac the biggest from 20 to 13. Draeger is now ranked at #20 after not being on the list last time.