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03-25-2013, 04:55 PM
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2015 NHL Draft Prospects Updated Top 60

Here is my list of the Top 60 Draft Prospects. Thanks to everyone for your input.

1. Connor McDavid, C, Erie (OHL), 5-11 170, 63-25-41-66-36
2. Matthew Barzal, C, Vancouver NE Midgets, 5-11 159, 34-29-74-103-34
3. Aleksi Saarela, C, Lukko (SM-Liiga), 5-10 187, 3-1-1-2-0
4. Jack Eichel, C, US Under-17(USHL), 6-1 177,
5. Dylan Strome, C, Toronto Marlboros Midgets, 6-2 165, 60-65-78-143
6. Rasmus Andersson, D, Malmo (Allsvenskan), 6-0 201, 38-3-8-11-22
7. Mikko Rantanen, F, TPS (SM-Liiga), 6-2 179, 15-2-1-3-4
8. Ryan Pilon, D, Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL), 6-2 202, 57-5-23-28-63
9. Travis Konecny, C, Elgin-Middlesex Midgets, 5-10 160, 54-53-61-114
10. Noah Hanifin, D, St. Sebastien’s HS (USHS), 6-3 185,
11. Dante Salituro, C, Ottawa (OHL), 5-9 187, 64-14-26-40-56
12. Zach Werenski, D, Little Caesars U18s, 6-2 190, 20-8-9-17-11
13. Nathan Noel, C, Shattuck St. Mary’s (USHS), 5-10 165, 47-9-26-35-39
14. Nicolas Roy, RW, Amos Forestiers (Midget), 6-3 168, 27-15-18-33-24
15. Felix Sandstrom, G, Brynas J-18, 6-2 176, 11 GP, 2.48, .918
16. Paul Bittner, LW, Portland (WHL), 6-4 194, 32-8-9-17-8
17. Kyle Connor, C, Youngstown (USHL), 50-13-20-33-8
18. Matt Spencer, D, Oakville Blades Midgets, 6-2 190, 71- 17-39-56
19. Jeremie Roy, D, College Antoine de Gir (Midget), 5-11 179, 42-12-42-54-18
20. Glenn Gawdin, C, Swift Current Broncos (WHL), 6-1 170, 2-0-0-0-0
21. Robin Kovacs, LW, AIK (Eiltserien), 6-0 157, 1-0-0-0-0
22. Oliver Kylington, D, Sodertalje U20, 6-1 179, 39-3-10-13-12
23. Mitchell Stephens, C, Toronto Marlboros, 5-11 170,
24. Tyler Soy, C, Victoria (WHL), 5-11 160, 7-1-1-2-0
25. Pavel Zacha, F, Bili Tygri Liberec U20, 6-1 159, 39-14-26-40-26
26. Yevgeni Svechnikov, Bars Kazan (MHL), 6-0 170, 34-9-9-18-34
27. Nikita Korostelev, RW, Toronto Jr. Canadians
28. Gustav Franzen, C, HV71 J20, 5-11 161, 26-6-9-15-12
29. Maxim Tretiak, G, CSKA (MHL), 6-3 203, 17 GP, 2.75, .918
30. Adam Musil, C, Red Deer (WHL), 6-1 182, 3-0-0-0-0
31. Daniel Sprong, Lac St. Louis Tigres Espoir, 5-10 165, 30-48- 56-104-36
32. Jordan Greenway, LW, Shattuck St. Mary’s U16, 6-4 190, 43-22-38-60-90
33. Jansen Harkins, C, Prince George (WHL), 5-11 161, 2-0-0-0-0
34. Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson, C, Linkoping J20, 6-1 170, 31-9-7-16-26
35. Erik Cernak, D, HC Slovan Bratislava U20, 30-4-6-10-18
36. Jeremiah Addison, RW, Saginaw (OHL), 6-0 183, 68-6-10-16-42
37. Girogio Estephan, C, Lethbridge (WHL), 5-11 170, 3-1-0-1-0
38. Chaz Reddekopp, D, Pursuit of Excellence (Midget), 6-2 201
39. Ryan Gropp, LW, Penticton (BCHL), 6-3 170, 2-1-0-1-0
40. Tory Dello, D, Tri-City (USHL), 6-1 172, 3-0-0-0-0
41. Julius Nattinen, F, JYP U-20, 6-1 183, 24-5-10-15-6
42, Cameron Askew, C, 6-3 190, Cushing Academy (USHS)
43. Alec Baer, C, Vancouver (WHL), 5-9 150, 6-1-1-2-2
44. Brett McKenzie, C, Oakville Rangers Midgets, 6-2 175 35-15-33-48-15
45. Luc Deschenes, D, Fredericton Canadiens, 5-11 200, 22-5-10-15-60
46. Petter Makitalo, F, Skelleftea J20, 5-11 176, 11-1-0-1-2
47. Colin White, F, Nobles (USHS), 5-11 170
48. Chris Birdsall, G, Cedar Rapids (USHL), 18 GP, 4.14, .860, 0 SO
49. Filip Ahl, LW, HV71 J18, 6-2 192, 16-8-6-14-35
50. Brandon Lindberg, C, Saginaw, 6-0 182, 61-8-6-14-8
51. Denis Yan, LW, Belle Tire Midgets, 6-0 175, 40-30-15-45-47
52. Keoni Texeria, D, LA Selects Midgets, 6-0 195, 32-8-16-24-89
53. Nick Chyzowski, LW, Kamloops Blazers, 5-11 165, 4-0-0-0-2
54. Radovan Bondra, RW, HC Kosice U18, 6-3 181, 31-30-20-50-22
55. Brendan Guhle, 6-0 165, D, Sherwood Park Squires Midgets
56. Peter Valent, C, HC Banska Bystrica (Slovakia), 5-8 155, 1-0-0-0-0
57. Nick Merkley, C, Calgary Buffaloes Midgets, 5-10 165, 20-10-11-21-56
58. Anthony Beauvillier, C, Coll. Antoine Gir-Gal Midgets, 5-10 165, 41-39-25-64-22
59. Troy Henley, D, Oakville Rangers Midgets, 6-0 179, 32-6-13-19-10
60. Jakob Stukel, C, Vancouver(WHL), 5-9 150, 6-2-2-4-2


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03-25-2013, 05:05 PM
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Good stuff.

Curious, what's your back round? Amateur Scouting? Not being accusatory, genuinely curious. A lot of these guys would be tricky to get looks at.

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Forsbacka-Karlsson talented enough to be ranked both 34 and 50.

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Good work!

I´d have Sebastian Aho somewhere in the TOP60. I have been extremely impressed by his game. The forward has great hands, skates very well, and can both finish and create scoring chances.

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At now it seems, that Peter Valent is ahead of Radovan Bondra. Some people said about Bondra, his skating is a issue.

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Nice list!

A year ago Makitalo would have been top 10 but now he shouldn’t be listed in the top 60.

From a Swedish standpoint:

1. Andersson (96)
2. Kylington (97)
3. Sandstrom (97)
4. JFK (96)
5. Franzen (96)
6. Kovacs (96)
7. Ahl (97)
8. Looke (97)
9. Timashov (96)
10. Magnusson (97)

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Here is my list of the Top 60 Draft Prospects. Thanks to everyone for your input.

1. Connor McDavid, C, Erie (OHL), 5-11 170, 63-25-41-66-36
2. Matthew Barzal, C, Vancouver NE Midgets, 5-11 159, 34-29-74-103-34
3. Aleksi Saarela, C, Lukko (SM-Liiga), 5-10 187, 3-1-1-2-0
4. Jack Eichel, C, US Under-17(USHL), 6-1 177,
5. Dylan Strome, C, Toronto Marlboros Midgets, 6-2 165, 60-65-78-143
6. Rasmus Andersson, D, Malmo (Allsvenskan), 6-0 201, 38-3-8-11-22
7. Mikko Rantanen, F, TPS (SM-Liiga), 6-2 179, 15-2-1-3-4
8. Ryan Pilon, D, Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL), 6-2 202, 57-5-23-28-63
9. Travis Konecny, C, Elgin-Middlesex Midgets, 5-10 160, 54-53-61-114
10. Noah Hanifin, D, St. Sebastien’s HS (USHS), 6-3 185,
11. Dante Salituro, C, Ottawa (OHL), 5-9 187, 64-14-26-40-56
12. Zach Werenski, D, Little Caesars U18s, 6-2 190, 20-8-9-17-11
13. Nathan Noel, C, Shattuck St. Mary’s (USHS), 5-10 165, 47-9-26-35-39
14. Nicolas Roy, RW, Amos Forestiers (Midget), 6-3 168, 27-15-18-33-24
15. Felix Sandstrom, G, Brynas J-18, 6-2 176, 11 GP, 2.48, .918
16. Paul Bittner, LW, Portland (WHL), 6-4 194, 32-8-9-17-8
17. Kyle Connor, C, Youngstown (USHL), 50-13-20-33-8
18. Matt Spencer, D, Oakville Blades Midgets, 6-2 190, 71- 17-39-56
19. Jeremie Roy, D, College Antoine de Gir (Midget), 5-11 179, 42-12-42-54-18
20. Glenn Gawdin, C, Swift Current Broncos (WHL), 6-1 170, 2-0-0-0-0
21. Robin Kovacs, LW, AIK (Eiltserien), 6-0 157, 1-0-0-0-0
22. Oliver Kylington, D, Sodertalje U20, 6-1 179, 39-3-10-13-12
23. Mitchell Stephens, C, Toronto Marlboros, 5-11 170,
24. Tyler Soy, C, Victoria (WHL), 5-11 160, 7-1-1-2-0
25. Pavel Zacha, F, Bili Tygri Liberec U20, 6-1 159, 39-14-26-40-26
26. Yevgeni Svechnikov, Bars Kazan (MHL), 6-0 170, 34-9-9-18-34
27. Nikita Korostelev, RW, Toronto Jr. Canadians
28. Gustav Franzen, C, HV71 J20, 5-11 161, 26-6-9-15-12
29. Maxim Tretiak, G, CSKA (MHL), 6-3 203, 17 GP, 2.75, .918
30. Adam Musil, C, Red Deer (WHL), 6-1 182, 3-0-0-0-0
31. Daniel Sprong, Lac St. Louis Tigres Espoir, 5-10 165, 30-48- 56-104-36
32. Jordan Greenway, LW, Shattuck St. Mary’s U16, 6-4 190, 43-22-38-60-90
33. Jansen Harkins, C, Prince George (WHL), 5-11 161, 2-0-0-0-0
34. Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson, C, Linkoping J20, 6-1 170, 31-9-7-16-26
35. Erik Cernak, D, HC Slovan Bratislava U20, 30-4-6-10-18
36. Jeremiah Addison, RW, Saginaw (OHL), 6-0 183, 68-6-10-16-42
37. Girogio Estephan, C, Lethbridge (WHL), 5-11 170, 3-1-0-1-0
38. Chaz Reddekopp, D, Pursuit of Excellence (Midget), 6-2 201
39. Ryan Gropp, LW, Penticton (BCHL), 6-3 170, 2-1-0-1-0
40. Tory Dello, D, Tri-City (USHL), 6-1 172, 3-0-0-0-0
41. Julius Nattinen, F, JYP U-20, 6-1 183, 24-5-10-15-6
42, Cameron Askew, C, 6-3 190, Cushing Academy (USHS)
43. Alec Baer, C, Vancouver (WHL), 5-9 150, 6-1-1-2-2
44. Brett McKenzie, C, Oakville Rangers Midgets, 6-2 175 35-15-33-48-15
45. Luc Deschenes, D, Fredericton Canadiens, 5-11 200, 22-5-10-15-60
46. Petter Makitalo, F, Skelleftea J20, 5-11 176, 11-1-0-1-2
47. Colin White, F, Nobles (USHS), 5-11 170
48. Chris Birdsall, G, Cedar Rapids (USHL), 18 GP, 4.14, .860, 0 SO
49. Filip Ahl, LW, HV71 J18, 6-2 192, 16-8-6-14-35
50. Brandon Lindberg, C, Saginaw, 6-0 182, 61-8-6-14-8
51. Denis Yan, LW, Belle Tire Midgets, 6-0 175, 40-30-15-45-47
52. Keoni Texeria, D, LA Selects Midgets, 6-0 195, 32-8-16-24-89
53. Nick Chyzowski, LW, Kamloops Blazers, 5-11 165, 4-0-0-0-2
54. Radovan Bondra, RW, HC Kosice U18, 6-3 181, 31-30-20-50-22
55. Brendan Guhle, 6-0 165, D, Sherwood Park Squires Midgets
56. Peter Valent, C, HC Banska Bystrica (Slovakia), 5-8 155, 1-0-0-0-0
57. Nick Merkley, C, Calgary Buffaloes Midgets, 5-10 165, 20-10-11-21-56
58. Anthony Beauvillier, C, Coll. Antoine Gir-Gal Midgets, 5-10 165, 41-39-25-64-22
59. Troy Henley, D, Oakville Rangers Midgets, 6-0 179, 32-6-13-19-10
60. Jakob Stukel, C, Vancouver(WHL), 5-9 150, 6-2-2-4-2
great list, thanks for your efforts. Personally, i dont think i would expect Nathan Noel to go so high. Time will tell.

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I would have Beauvilier ahead of Sprong. Noel a few notches below.

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Haven't seen most of the guys on this list yet, but I would definitely say that Jansen Harkins should be in the top 20. Elite hockey sense, great work ethic and dynamite offensive skills.

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3. Aleksi Saarela, C, Lukko (SM-Liiga), 5-10 187, 3-1-1-2-0
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7. Mikko Rantanen, F, TPS (SM-Liiga), 6-2 179, 15-2-1-3-4
Saarela is a good prospect and could be seen as 1st rounder at this point of time, but my guess is that 3rd overall is too high.

Personally I don't see Rantanen as a 1st round prospect, at least not at the moment.

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Ryan Gropp's stock will jump HUGE if he signs in Seattle and plays in the WHL and decides against NCAA. Possibly play along side Barzal and those 2 could be top 5 for this draft.

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Czech goalie Daniel Vladar has upside of first rounder for sure as well as Slovakian D Erik Cernak.
Another two Czechs who should be ranked are D Jakub Zboril and W Filip Chlapik.

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I rarely see Keoni Texeria get any love at all lol

glad to see him in the list, I'd have him earlier based off where you have Duchesne going but I haven't seen most of these kids play lol

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great list, appreciate the effort.

looks like it could be that big year for the US...I would have Jeremy Bracco on this list, kid is dynamite.

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What's Tretiak's relationship to Vladimir (if any)?

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Does Dylan Strome play like his brother?

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Saarela is a good prospect and could be seen as 1st rounder at this point of time, but my guess is that 3rd overall is too high.

Personally I don't see Rantanen as a 1st round prospect, at least not at the moment.
Saarela is insanely good for his age, has all the tools to be a top nhl prospect. Obviously there's still so much time until the draft that he might even go undrafted if his development stalls, but still he's a better player than all of our current top prospects were at the same age, and on a different maturity level. I think you're selling him short if you only loosely describe him as a potential 1st rounder.

I haven't seen Rantanen enough to say much, but why is he not a 1st round prospect in your eyes?

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You missed Jesse Gabrielle, signed with the Wheat Kings and played for Eagan HS, Mn this season....

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Does Dylan Strome play like his brother?
From all accounts there are flashes of similarity. Ryan is more of an all-out attacking the defender kind of player making plays at top speeds whereas Dylan is more calculated and finds open space well and distributes the puck quickly and effectively. He's about an inch taller than Ryan right now but still lanky so he just needs to put some muscle on.

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Saarela is insanely good for his age, has all the tools to be a top nhl prospect. Obviously there's still so much time until the draft that he might even go undrafted if his development stalls, but still he's a better player than all of our current top prospects were at the same age, and on a different maturity level. I think you're selling him short if you only loosely describe him as a potential 1st rounder.

I haven't seen Rantanen enough to say much, but why is he not a 1st round prospect in your eyes?
There are fewer question marks when a prospect plays a relatively mature game and is physically developed for his age, like Saarela, but in some cases it also means that the prospect has slightly less room for future growth and development. I acknowledge Saarela’s talent, but my personal expectations of him aren’t quite as high as the above list indicates. Would be interesting to see how a pro with enough viewings would rank the top guys, but sadly we don’t have access to such data.

Rantanen has a good frame and displays some vision, but his skating and coordination could be better, and I’m not seeing puck skills that are truly high-end. It’s worth keeping an eye on how he develops, but IMO not a 1st round kind of prospect at this point of time.

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Your prospect report needs more defenseman, you only have 14 d out of a possible 60. out of the past 5 nhl drafts not even the worst of those draft years had less than that...prolly missing atleast 6 more defence, Ryan Pilon will most likely go higher as he already has a WHL season under his belt. You could see defence from the All-State All-Canadian Mentorship Roster from players as Parker Wotherspoon, Ty Schultz, Brady Reagan, Tate Olson, Brennan Riddle, Kyle Capobianco, Cameron Lizotte, other players from that camp are already listed in your draft...but also a Defence such as Ethan Bear, is a 2012 Western Canada U-16 Challenge Cup All-Star could be thrown in the mix, other Challenge Cup All-Stars include Matt Barzal (2nd), Nick Merkley (57) and Chaz Reddekopp (38)...personally i'd most likely have higher ranking for WHL defenceman as you know Seth Jones (Portland Winterhawks) will most likely go 1st overall in this year NHL draft, and also because last NHL draft had 5 WHL defenseman going top 10

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That's a pretty good list of prospects. Hopefully Ray hangs on to that 1st so we actually have something to look forward to in the first round.

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This is my draft year it feels so weird.. I have played against like 25% of the people here...

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I think defenseman Ty Schultz is going to surprise a few people.

EDIT: And Paul Bittner is going to be a monster come draft day. Already quite a sizeable forward playing like a regular WHLer. Would love to see what he becomes in 2 years time.

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