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Jesse Joensuu's Mock Draft: Final Edition

Round One:

1. Florida Panthers: Aaron Ekblad (RD) – Barrie Colts, OHL.

Florida already has a good crop of young forwards with Barkov, Huburdeau, Bjugstad all coming up, Ekblad adds an element they are missing. Strong, right shot defenceman. He will be a very important piece moving forward, and may be able to reignite Dmitry Kulikov.

Comparison: Brent Seabrook ~ Projection: #1 RD

2. Buffalo Sabres: Sam Reinhart (C) – Kootenay Ice, WHL.

Reinhart will make an immediate impact both on offense and the speed of the rebuild. Sam is a cerebral player who uses his intelligence to beat defenders. Sam has a fairly big frame, and an outstanding shot. He is not a high risk player to select at 2, and should develop nicely into a top 6 scoring forward.

Comparison: Paul Stastny ~ Projection: 1st line forward

3. Edmonton Oilers: Leon Draisaitl (C) – Prince Albert Raiders, WHL.

It’s been known that the Oilers are keen on Draisaitl and his intangibles, and for good reason. Draisaitl brings a big, heavy puck protection style of hockey, something the Oilers desperately need. Some consider him to be a lazy player, however that is not the case. Draisaitl uses his long stride when he sees an opening. His IQ and passing ability make him an easy pick at 3.

Comparison: Joe Thornton ~ Projection: 1st/2nd line center

4. Calgary Flames: Sam Bennett (C) – Kingston Frontenacs, OHL.

With the new regime in Calgary, the Flames are eager to select a future star in Bennett. Bennett brings a very nice all round game, however the biggest worry is if his junior style will translate over to the NHL. If he can make the jump, Calgary will have a point producing top line center.

Comparison: Jonathan Toews ~ Projection: 1st line center

5. New York Islanders: Michael Dal Colle (C/LW) – Oshawa Generals, OHL.

If the Islanders cannot find a trading partner by the time they’re on the clock, Garth has a plethora of options for the #5 pick. Dal Colle would be the best selection as he brings a big, power forward style on a consistent basis. He would strengthen a group of rather enigmatic prospects.

Comparison: Patrick Sharp ~ Projection: 1st line LW

6. Vancouver Canucks: William Nylander (F) – MODO, SHL.

The Canucks add a game changer in Nylander. He is a high potential player who has struggled to fit in on teams back home in Sweden. The circumstances have to be very good for Nylander to succeed, but if the right players are surrounding him he can be an electrifying player.

Comparison: Nicklas Backstrom ~ Projection: 1st line forward

7. Carolina Hurricanes: Hadyn Fleury (LD) – Red Deer Rebels, WHL.

With a lack of potential game changers beyond the 4th pick, Ron Francis and Co. tackle a weak spot and take a reliable, two way defenceman in Fleury. Fleury plays a rather simplistic game, yet is very effective. He can produce points and play sound defensive hockey.

Comparison: Jay Bouwmeester ~ Projection: Top 4 LD

8. Toronto Maple Leafs: Nick Ritchie (LW) – Peterborough Petes, OHL.

Shanahan has made it clear that the Leafs need to get more competitive, and Nick Ritchie is the beginning. His big, power forward style is something the Leafs could definitely use, especially when going up against the Bruins. Ritchie’s weight has been criticized in the past, however his size has allowed him to out muscle opponents and gain good body position.

Comparison: Milan Lucic ~ Projection: Top 6 forward

9. Winnipeg Jets: Jake Virtanen (C/RW) – Calgary Hitmen, WHL.

Virtanen brings an edgy style that is suited for a western conference team. He can put up a decent amount of points, and play a physical role. Speaking with some of his teammates and opponents, it is clear that Virtanen is one of the best in this year’s draft. His shoulder injury should not affect his draft ranking.

Comparison: James Neal ~ Projection: Top 6 forward

10. Anaheim Ducks; Nikolaj Ehlers (LW) – Halifax Mooseheads, QMJHL.

Ehlers is an electrifying player who would complement Getzlaf and Perry very nicely. He is one of the most skilled skaters in the draft, and the Ducks get an absolute steal at 10. Ehlers has the ability to make those around him better, and he is the left wing playmaker the Ducks desperately need.

Comparison: Jonathan Huberdeau ~ Projection: Top 6 LW

11. Nashville Predators: Robby Fabbri (C/LW) – Guelph Storm, OHL.
12. Arizona Coyotes: Kasperi Kapanen (RW) – KalPa, Liiga
13. Washington Capitals: Dylan Larkin (C/LW) – U.S. U-18, USDP
14. Dallas Stars: Brendan Perlini (LW) – Niagara Ice Dogs, OHL.
15. Detroit Red Wings: Adrian Kempe (C/LW) – MODO, SHL.
16. Columbus Blue Jackets: Sonny Milano (C/LW) – U.S. U-18, USDP.
17. Philadelphia Flyers: Kevin Fiala (LW/RW) – HV71, SHL.
18. Minnesota Wild: Alex Tuch (C/RW) – U.S. U-18, USDP.
19. Tampa Bay Lightning: Ivan Barbashev (C/LW) – Moncton Wildcats, QMJHL.
20. San Jose Sharks: Nikita Scherbak (LW/RW) – Saskatoon Blades, WHL.
21. St. Louis Blues: Jared McCann (C) – Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds, OHL.
22. Pittsburgh Penguins: David Pastrnak (LW/RW) – Sodertalje, Allsvenskan.
23. Colorado Avalanche: Travis Sanheim (LD) – Calgary Hitmen, WHL.
24. Anaheim Ducks: Jack Dougherty (RD) – U.S. U-18, USDP.
25. Boston Bruins: Conner Bleackley (C/RW) – Red Deer Rebels, WHL.
26. Montreal Canadiens: Josh Ho-Sang (C/RW) – Windsor Spitfires, OHL.
27. Chicago Blackhawks: Thatcher Demko (G) – Boston College, NCAA.
28. Tampa Bay Lightning: Julius Honka (RD) – Swift Current Broncos, WHL.
29. Los Angeles Kings: John Quenneville (C/LW) – Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL.
30. New Jersey Devils: Jakub Vrana (F) – Linkoping, SHL.

Round Two:

31. Buffalo Sabres: Nikolay Goldobin (RW) – Sarnia Sting, OHL.
32. Florida Panthers: Brendan Lemieux (LW) – Barrie Colts, OHL.
33. St. Louis Blues: Ryan MacInnis (F) – Kitchner Rangers, OHL.
34. Calgary Flames: Roland McKeown (RD) – Kingston Frontenacs, OHL.
35. New York Islanders: Mason McDonald (G) – Charlottetown Islanders, QMJHL.
36. Vancouver Canucks: Marcus Pettersson (LD) – Skelleftea, SHL.
37. Carolina Hurricanes: Nick Schmaltz (C/RW) – U.S. U-18, USDP.
38. Anaheim Ducks: Vladislav Kamenev (C/LW) - Metallburg Magnitogorsk, KHL.
39. Buffalo Sabres: Dominik Masin (LD) – HC Slavia Praha, Czech U-20.
40. Ottawa Senators: Jack Glover (LD) – U.S. U-18, USDP.
41. New Jersey Devils: Eric Cornel (C) – Peterborough Petes, OHL.
42. Nashville Predators: Anton Karlsson (LW/RW) – Frolunda U-20, SuperElit.
43. Phoenix Coyotes: Hunter Smith (RW) – Oshawa Generals, OHL.
44. Washington Capitals: Joshua Jacobs (RD) – Indiana Ice, USHL.
45. Dallas Stars: Anthony DeAngelo (RD) – Sarnia Sting, OHL.
46. Nashville Predators: Brett Pollock (C/LW) – Edmonton Oil Kings, WHL.
47. Columbus Blue Jackets: Brycen Martin (LD) – Swift Current Broncos, WHL.
48. Philadelphia Flyers: Jonathan Macleod (RD) – U.S. U-18, USDP.
49. Buffalo Sabres: Lukas Wallmark (F) – Luela, SHL
50. Tampa Bay Lightning: Brayden Point (C) – Moose Jaw Warriors, WHL.
51. San Jose Sharks: Alex Nedeljkovic (G) – Plymouth Whalers, OHL.
52. St. Louis Blues: Ryan Donato (C) – Dexter School, High-MA.
53. Pittsburgh Penguins: Vaclav Karabacek (RW) – Gatineau Olympiques, QMJHL.
54. Calgary Flames: Connor Chatham (RW) – Plymouth Whalers, OHL.
55. Anaheim Ducks: Nick Magyar (LW) – Kitchener rangers, OHL.
56. Boston Bruins: Aaron Haydon (LD) – Niagara Ice Dogs, OHL.
57. New York Rangers: Adam Ollas Mattsson – Djurgarden U-20, SuperElit.
58. Buffalo Sabres: Justin Kirkland (LW) – Kelowna Rockets, WHL.
59. New York Islanders: Shane Eiserman (LW) – Dubuque, USHL.
60. Arizona Coyotes: Jayce Hawryluk (C/RW) – Brandon Wheat Kings, WHL.

In the final installment of Jesse Joensuu's Mock Draft, Aaron Ekblad claims sole possession of the number one spot. The top 4, which has remained fairly consistent all year, could very well see a new member come Draft Day. Calgary has made it known that they have interest in Nick Ritchie, causing many to swap one of Bennett or Draisaitl out of the top 4. Carolina has a lot of options at 7, but at after all is said and don't they should come out with a very good defensive prospect in Fleury. There is a good chance we see a ton of risers and fallers, as there are plenty of players with completely different skill sets, as opposed to years past.

Possible Risers:

- Dylan Larkin
- Ivan Barbashev
- Nick Ritchie
- Adrian Kempe
- David Pastrnak

Possible Fallers:

- William Nylander
- Robby Fabbri
- Alex Tuch
- Jared McCann
- Anthony DeAngelo

Gems:

- Vladislav Kamenev
- Jonathan Macleod
- Pavel Jenys
- William Lagesson
- Axel Holmstrom

*Positions may not be 100% as I don't get to watch every player live.

*If I misspelled any names please let me know.


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Larkin to the Kings and Ducks?

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Gonna play C for the Kings and RW for the Ducks.

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Damn, I knew that'd happen.

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Gonna play C for the Kings and RW for the Ducks.
And when both teams are on the road he'll hop in net for the sharks.

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no problem with the Oilers pick, though I think they'd likely take Draisaitl over Dal Colle.

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no problem with the Oilers pick, though I think they'd likely take Draisaitl over Dal Colle.
It'll be a tight race between the two down the stretch.

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no problem with the Oilers pick, though I think they'd likely take Draisaitl over Dal Colle.
Oilers are starting to come together as a team. Looking like a top 10 pick but not a top 5. They are also a goalie / dman away from the playoffs if MacT pulls the trigger in early January.

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I wouldn't complain if the Blues drafted Glover, but they're in real need of some skill and scoring pop up front in their system. They have exactly two prospects in the AHL who have any kind of a future on a scoring line in the NHL, one more in major junior, and one in college who looks like he might turn into something. The cupboard is pretty bare for scoring forwards after that.

By contrast, the Blues have six or seven defense prospects throughout the organization who should be able to fill any role needed on the NHL team in the next ten years... they have offensive defensemen, defensive defensemen, physical defensemen, guys with leadership qualities and experience...

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Oilers are starting to come together as a team. Looking like a top 10 pick but not a top 5. They are also a goalie / dman away from the playoffs if MacT pulls the trigger in early January.
If they keep winning I fully expect MacT to trade the pick. Another prospect would be nice, but they definitely need a solid defenceman.

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I wouldn't complain if the Blues drafted Glover, but they're in real need of some skill and scoring pop up front in their system. They have exactly two prospects in the AHL who have any kind of a future on a scoring line in the NHL, one more in major junior, and one in college who looks like he might turn into something. The cupboard is pretty bare for scoring forwards after that.

By contrast, the Blues have six or seven defense prospects throughout the organization who should be able to fill any role needed on the NHL team in the next ten years... they have offensive defensemen, defensive defensemen, physical defensemen, guys with leadership qualities and experience...
Would Brayden Point fit in to the system?

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I wouldn't complain if the Blues drafted Glover, but they're in real need of some skill and scoring pop up front in their system. They have exactly two prospects in the AHL who have any kind of a future on a scoring line in the NHL, one more in major junior, and one in college who looks like he might turn into something. The cupboard is pretty bare for scoring forwards after that.

By contrast, the Blues have six or seven defense prospects throughout the organization who should be able to fill any role needed on the NHL team in the next ten years... they have offensive defensemen, defensive defensemen, physical defensemen, guys with leadership qualities and experience...
I'll give you Larkin for Glover.

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I'll give you Larkin for Glover.
Larkin is much more the kind of prospect I see the Blues going after in this draft. As jesse asked, Brayden Point would probably work, too... but not necessarily as a first round selection because of size issues (5' 9, 160). Maybe with Edmonton's pick near the top of the second round.

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with the Oilers 2nd round pick, Larkin just might be what the Blues are looking for....


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Would Brayden Point fit in to the system?
Brayden Point is nowhere near being a 1st rounder. He's had a pretty poor year and he's very small.
I'd even be surprised to see him taken in the 2nd round.

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Brayden Point is nowhere near being a 1st rounder. He's had a pretty poor year and he's very small.

I'd even be surprised to see him taken in the 2nd round.
How high is the bar set for this kid when 11-14-25 in 33 games, and leading the team in power play goals with seven, is a "pretty poor year?"

If it's his minus-18 that's prompting this, well, just look at the minuses being posted by some other Moose Jaw players... the whole team is having a down year.

Yeah, he's small at 5' 9, 160... and that's why I wouldn't take him as a first-round pick. But he seems to have a decent skill level and he's on pace to pretty much match his production from last year, and he's still only 17 years old, for Pete's sake...

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How high is the bar set for this kid when 11-14-25 in 33 games, and leading the team in power play goals with seven, is a "pretty poor year?"

If it's his minus-18 that's prompting this, well, just look at the minuses being posted by some other Moose Jaw players... the whole team is having a down year.

Yeah, he's small at 5' 9, 160... and that's why I wouldn't take him as a first-round pick. But he seems to have a decent skill level and he's on pace to pretty much match his production from last year, and he's still only 17 years old, for Pete's sake...
There's practically been no progression at all with him. That small of a player needs to put up very big numbers to be picked high. e.g. Nic Petan.
I'm not talking about +/- at all. It's useless in most cases. Morgan Rielly had a good year and he was on pretty much the same Moose Jaw team that we have seen this year.
Not picking on Point or anything, he's just one of the disappointing prospects. Kapanen is another one.

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Why does EVERYONE mock Reinhart no. 1? He's the furthest thing from a lock imaginable. Those top four are neck and neck right now, yet everyone acts as if there is a consensus ranking...

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Why does EVERYONE mock Reinhart no. 1? He's the furthest thing from a lock imaginable. Those top four are neck and neck right now, yet everyone acts as if there is a consensus ranking...
Have you ever seen him play? He's absolutely dominant. Right now he is a clear #1. Things can change though ( i.e Couturier )

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Have you ever seen him play? He's absolutely dominant. Right now he is a clear #1. Things can change though ( i.e Couturier )
In what ways is he dominant? Legitimately asking - haven't seen him much outside of a few Youtube clips.

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In what ways is he dominant? Legitimately asking - haven't seen him much outside of a few Youtube clips.
Not only is he good with his hands, but he has the size to go into corners and battle with guys. He rarely gets knocked off the puck. Very good in the faceoff circle. Very smart, and rarely makes a bad pass.

He's in a position where the only player that is really helping him out is Descheneau, and he still has 50 points in 33 games. This isn't a knock on Descheneau, but if he were with a player like Petan or Holmberg, He would likely have around 70 points.

But back to your question. People that don't get to see Sam live think he's just a high offensive skilled player, when really he's been brought up in Kootenay where he plays in every situation. He's defensively responsible, and can throw the body once in a while.

Bottom line, Sam is a very offensively gifted player, who is exremely well rounded.

I see him as being similar to Toews.

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If they keep winning I fully expect MacT to trade the pick. Another prospect would be nice, but they definitely need a solid defenceman.
Just throwing it out there, Seabrook for Oilers first?

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Not only is he good with his hands, but he has the size to go into corners and battle with guys. He rarely gets knocked off the puck. Very good in the faceoff circle. Very smart, and rarely makes a bad pass.

He's in a position where the only player that is really helping him out is Descheneau, and he still has 50 points in 33 games. This isn't a knock on Descheneau, but if he were with a player like Petan or Holmberg, He would likely have around 70 points.

But back to your question. People that don't get to see Sam live think he's just a high offensive skilled player, when really he's been brought up in Kootenay where he plays in every situation. He's defensively responsible, and can throw the body once in a while.

Bottom line, Sam is a very offensively gifted player, who is exremely well rounded.

I see him as being similar to Toews.
Great write-up. As a Sabres fan, I'd love to grab him 1st.

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Just throwing it out there, Seabrook for Oilers first?
As an Oilers fan I'd do it in a second. However I can't see Chicago wanting to move their #2 defenceman for a pick that may not be top 5.

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