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06-15-2014, 03:42 PM
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Wings5 2014 NHL draft top 60 prospects

Decided to make a draft list too on who I am high/low on as prospect. Feel free to comment might have missed a few by accident.

1. Sam Reinhart
2. Aaron Ekblad
3. Sam Bennett
4. Leon Draisaitl
5. Michael Dal Colle
6. Nikolaj Ehlers
7. William Nylander
8. Nikita Scherbak
9. Robby Fabbri
10. Jake Virtanen
11. Ivan Barbashev
12. Kasperi Kapanen
13. Kevin Fiala
14. Nick Ritchie
15. Haydn Fleury
16. Conner Bleackley
17. Sonny Milano
18. Nikolay Goldobin
19. Dylan Larkin
20. Adrian Kempe
21. Julius Honka
22. Brandan Perlini
23. Travis Sanheim
24. Jakub Vrana
25. Alex Tuch
26. Anthony DeAngelo
27. David Pastrnak
28. Jack Dougherty
29. Jared McCann
30. Marcus Petterson
31. Thatcher Demko
32. Sebastian Aho
33. Nick Schmaltz
34. Josh Ho-Sang
35. Roland McKeown
36. Ondrej Kase
37. Jack Glover
38. Vladislav Kamenev
39. Ryan MacInnis
40. John Quenneville
41. Oskar Lindblom
42. Chase De Leo
43. Eric Cornel
44. Alex Nedeljkovic
45. Brendan Lemieux
46. Andreas Englund
47. Nick Magyar
48. Jake Walman
49. Dysin Mayo
50. Ville Husso
51. Dominik Masin
52. Josh Jacobs
53. Vladimir Tkachyov
54. Brycen Martin
55. Warren Foegele
55. Ryan Donato
56. Anton Karlsson
57. Ivan Nikolishin
58. Bryadon Point
59. Axel Holmstrom
60. Keegan Iverson


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mock draft or rankings?

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mock draft or rankings?
These are my rankings.

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I have seen Tuch as high as 15 just wondering why you have him so low in the first round? I think he is about 6'4 now with a lot of potential. In my viewings he played a major role in why the Eichel/Milano line worked so well. Nice list.

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I have seen Tuch as high as 15 just wondering why you have him so low in the first round? I think he is about 6'4 now with a lot of potential. In my viewings he played a major role in why the Eichel/Milano line worked so well. Nice list.
Thanks. Tuch is one of many players who can slide anywhere in the 15-25 range with the chance of going higher depending on the team. He certainly has alot of tools many players don't have. However it is hard to gauge the trajectory of power forward types and many of them can be boom or bust. He also didn't stand out to me in the u-18 games I watched.

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You have probably forgotten Brendan Lemieux.

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You have probably forgotten Brendan Lemieux.
I had him in mind but somehow forgot to put him thanks, added him at 45.

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Thanks. Tuch is one of many players who can slide anywhere in the 15-25 range with the chance of going higher depending on the team. He certainly has alot of tools many players don't have. However it is hard to gauge the trajectory of power forward types and many of them can be boom or bust. He also didn't stand out to me in the u-18 games I watched.
Thanks for taking the time to put this together. It's helpful.

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