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Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 10:23 pm
by Twitter bArt
and we're off - please sticky and unsticky the 2018 thread

2019 NHL Draft Preview

Steve Kournianos | 06/07/2018 | Nashville |


NASHVILLE (The Draft Analyst) — As the scouting community starts wrapping up its work for the 2018 NHL Draft, the early summer is the perfect time to begin the slow transition towards shifting focus on the prominent prospects for next year’s draft in Vancouver. Once considered a topic not ripe for discussion, the 2019 draft season is only a few weeks away from darting out the gate, both in terms of individual assessments and an analysis of the group as a collective.

In about a month, scouting the 2019 draft crop will move up the priority list from “secondary” to “primary”. Still, there’s enough evidence right now from this past season to make coherent analyses on the group of players who should either challenge or cement a spot in one of the first two rounds of next year’s draft in Vancouver.

Although it’s still early, there already are several story lines pertaining to next year’s group that began percolating last season, beginning with American-born super center Jack Hughes, whose brother Quinn in about three weeks should be a top pick in this year’s draft. Hughes is both dynamic and explosive, and he clearly was the best offensive threat as he split the season between the U.S. National Team Development Program’s under-17 and under-18 squads. Most importantly, however, is that the young Orlando native became the first player since Auston Matthews in 2015 to lead the under-18 world championship in scoring before being draft eligible.

Hughes, however, wasn’t the only 2019 draft prospect that tore up the international circuit. Power forward Raphael Lavoie of the QMJHL’s Halifax Mooseheads scored five goals in five games for Team Canada, while Slovak Maxim Cajkovic and Finland’s Kappo Kakko joined Hughes as the three 2019 eligibles who cracked the tournament’s top five in scoring. But not every notable prospect for next year’s draft was on display at the under-18’s, as many teams were involved in their league postseasons and could not afford to release their top players to the national teams.

In terms of defensemen, the 2019 draft is loaded on the left side, beginning with WHL’er Bowen Byram of the Vancouver Giants. The Finns should return at least two defensemen to the draft’s first round in Anttoni Honka and Mikko Kokkonen, while the Americans have a quartet of quality blueliners who should play in the big international events in Drew Helleson, Cam York, Case McCarthy and Alex Vlasic.

Ranked Players (1-31)

1 Jack Hughes C U.S. U18 NTDP
2 Payton Krebs C Kootenay WHL
3 Kaapp Kakko RW TPS U20 Jr. A SM-Liiga
4 Alex Newhook C Victoria BCHL
5 Bowen Byram D Vancouver WHL
6 Alex Turcotte C U.S. U18 NTDP
7 Raphael Lavoie C/W Halifax QMJHL
8 Valentin Nussbaumer C/W Biel-Bienne NLA
9 Dylan Cozens RW Lethbridge WHL
10 Kirby Dach C Saskatoon WHL
11 Trevor Zegras C U.S. U18 NTDP
12 Anttoni Honka RHD JyP SM-Liiga
13 Nikita Alexandrov C Charlottetown QMJHL
14 Yegor Spiridonov C Stalnye Lisi MHL
15 Mikko Kokkonen LHD Jukurit SM-Liiga
16 Vojtech Strondala C Brno U20 Extraliga Jrs.
17 Drew Helleson RHD U.S. U18 NTDP
18 Vasili Podkolzin C/W Vityaz Podolsk MHL
19 Matthew Robertson D Edmonton WHL
20 Lassi Thomson RHD Ilves U20 Jr. A SM-Liiga
21 Ben Brinkman LHD Edina HS-MN
22 Michael Vukojevic LHD Kitchener OHL
23 Nils Hoglander LW AIK Allsvenskan
24 Matthew Boldy LW U.S. U18 NTDP
25 Oleg Zaitsev C Dynamo Moscow KHL
26 Petr Cajka C Zug U20 Elite Jr. A
27 Vladislav Mikhailov LW HC MVD MHL
28 Oliver Turan RHD Brookings NAHL
29 Leevi Aaltonen LW Kalpa SM-Liiga
30 Maxim Cajkovic RW Malmo J20 Superelit
31 Arthur Kaliyev LW Hamilton OHL
Remaining Watch List

Alex Beaucage RW Rouyn-Noranda QMJHL
Alex Vlasic LHD U.S. U18 NTDP
Alfred Barklund LHD Orebro J20 Superelit
Billy Constantinou RHD Niagara OHL
Bobby Brink LW Minnetonka HS-MN
Brooklyn Kalmikov LW Cape Breton QMJHL
Cole Caufield RW U.S. U18 NTDP
Danil Antropov RW Oshawa Generals) OHL
Dillon Hamaliuk LW Seattle WHL
Domenick Fensore LHD U.S. U18 NTDP
Henry Thrun LHD U.S. U18 NTDP
Jarrett Baker LHD Drummondville QMJHL
Jaxon Bellamy LHD Moncton QMJHL
Judd Caufield RW U.S. U18 NTDP
Julian Mettler LW Kloten NLA
Lev Starikov LHD Windsor OHL
Luke Toporowski LW Spokane WHL
Marshall Warren LHD U.S. U18 NTDP
Matthew Boldy LW U.S. U18 NTDP
Michael Gildon LW U.S. U18 NTDP
Mitchell Brewer LHD Oshawa OHL
Moritz Seider RHD Jungadler Mannheim DNL
Nathan Allensen LHD Barrie OHL
Nathan Staios LHD Windsor OHL
Nolan Foote LW Kelowna WHL
Pavel Dorofeyev RW Stalnye Lisy MHL
Philip Brober LHD AIK J20 Superelit
Robert Mastrosimone LW Chicago USHL
Ryder Donovan RW Dubuque USHL
Ryder Rolston RW U.S. U18 NTDP
Samuel Bolduc LHD Blainville-Boisbriand QMJHL
Simon Holmstrom RW HV71 J20 Superelit
Simon Lundmark RHD Linkoping SHL
Thomas Harley LHD Mississauga OHL
Vladimir Alistrov LW Belarus U20 Belarus
Yannik Valenti RW Jungadler Mannheim DNL
Yegor Serdiuk LW Omski Yastreby MHL
Albin Grewe RW Djugardens J20 Superelit
Artemi Knyazev D Irbis MHL
Blake Murray C Sudbury OHL
Cam York D U.S. U18 NTDP
Cameron Rowe G U.S. U18 NTDP
Carson Riddle C Sioux City USHL
Case McCarthy RHD U.S. U18 NTDP
Cody Morgan C Windsor OHL
Daniil Gutik RW Loko Yaroslavl MHL
Daniil Misyul LHD Loko Yaroslavl MHL
Danny Weight C U.S. U18 NTDP
Dustin Wolf G Everett WHL
Gabriel Denis C Shawinigan QMJHL
Grant Docter LHD Minnetonka HS-MN
Henri Nikkanen C JyP U20 Jr. A SM-Liiga
Jakob Pelletier C Moncton QMJHL
John Beecher C U.S. U18 NTDP
Josh Williams RW Medicine Hat WHL
Kaden Bohlsen LW Des Moines USHL
Konsta Hirvonen C HIFK U20 Jr. A SM-Liiga
Matias Maccelli C TPS U20 Jr. A SM-Liiga
Matvei Guskov C Krasnaya Armiya MHL
Maxim Shabanov C/RW Belye Medvedi MHL
Michael Mancinelli C Madison USHL
Mikhail Abramov C Krasnaya Armiya MHL
Nikita Okhotyuk LHD Ottawa OHL
Nikola Pasic C Linkoping J20 Superelit
Nolan Maier G Saskatoon WHL
Owen Lindmark C U.S. U18 NTDP
Patrick Keegan LHD Cushing HS-MA
Phil Tomasino C Niagara OHL
Robert Griffin C Boston Jr. Bruins NCDC
Ryan Suzuki C Barrie OHL
Samuel Poulin C Sherbrooke QMJHL
Sasha Mutala RW Tri-City WHL
Spencer Knight G U.S. U18 NTDP
Tag Bertuzzi C Guelph OHL
Tim Fleischer C Jungadler Mannheim DNL
Tobias Bjornfot D Djugardens J20 Superelit
Trevor Kuntar C/LW Youngstown USHL
Tyler Paquette RW Des Moines USHL
Victor Soderstrom D Brynas J20 Superelit
Ville Heinola LHD Lukko SM-Liiga
Xavier Simoneau C Drummondville QMJHL

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 10:28 pm
by Retardé S

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 10:29 pm
by Retardé S
Koné2020 Kokonémi Kakko
Ylonen Ikonen Armia

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 10:53 pm
by Slick Nick
Lekonen-Ikonen-Kokonen

please bob it

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 10:59 pm
by Dog
No brainer. We'll draft a Finnish winger turd overall.

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:07 pm
by TittiesNBeer
We'll draft about 10th and take Lavoie

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 11:10 pm
by Retardé S
Retardé S wrote:Raphael Lavoie 2019
Alexis Lafrenière 2020

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 3:34 pm
by Retardé S

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 1:28 am
by Retardé S

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Sun Jul 08, 2018 1:48 am
by Slick Nick
Retardé S wrote:https://twitter.com/FromTheFaceoff/status/1015742506993143808



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Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:11 pm
by Twitter bArt
Seven prospects who raised 2019 NHL Draft stock at Hlinka Gretzky Cup


EDMONTON -- Here are seven prospects eligible for the 2019 NHL Draft whose stock rose at the Hlinka Gretzky Cup, the annual under-18 tournament that ended Saturday with Canada's 6-2 victory against Sweden in the gold medal game (prospects in alphabetical order).



Philip Broberg, D, Sweden
An excellent skater, the defenseman (6-foot-3, 199 pounds) wowed the crowd with his sweeping rushes and his effective breakouts. He scored three goals, including one on the power play, in five games.

"He solidified himself as being one of the top prospects available (in 2019)," said Dan Marr, director of NHL Central Scouting. "He'll definitely be in the conversation as far as the first few picks go."

Broberg, 17, likely will start the season with AIK in Sweden's junior league this season.



Maxim Cajkovic, RW, Slovakia
The speedy forward (5-11, 185) showed solid puck possession skills. He had four points (two goals, two assists) in four games.

"I'm fast, but I need to improve my skating every day," said Cajkovic. "There's a lot of room for me to improve right now. I think I'm getting bigger and better, that's important for me."

Cajkovic, 17, will play this season for Saint John of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, which selected him with the No. 1 pick of the Canadian Hockey League import draft.



Dylan Cozens, C, Canada
A talented playmaker with size (6-3, 181) and speed, Cozens had five points (two goals, three assists) in five games.

"He was one of our best players," Canada coach Andre Tourigny said. "He's really quick on recovering loose pucks. He has a big body, he can win faceoffs. There are a lot of reasons to put him out there."

Cozens, 17, will play for Lethbridge of the Western Hockey League this season. He was the WHL rookie of the year last season with 53 points (21 goals, 33 assists) in 57 games.



Kirby Dach, C, Canada
The big center (6-3, 199) had seven points (two goals, five assists) in five games, and appears to have all the tools necessary to play a major role in the NHL.

"I want to become a dual threat out there instead of just looking for the pass all the time," said Dach, 17, who had 46 points (seven goals, 39 assists) in 52 games with Saskatoon of the WHL last season. "I tend to think pass first, but one of the areas I want to try work on is my shooting in order to become a more dangerous player all around."



Vasili Podkolzin, RW, Russia
Podkolzin (6-1, 183) scored a goal in every game for Russia, including a hat trick to help Russia win the bronze medal with a 5-4 victory against the United States. He led the tournament with eight goals and his 11 points tied for the tournament lead with Canada's Alexis Lafreniere.

"A lot of the Russian players have upgraded their status," Marr said. "It's such a big country, so it can be hard to see them play a lot and in different environments. A lot of those kids still have to get sorted out, but it's a deeper pool for Russia this year."

Podkolzin, 17, will start the season with SKA St. Petersburg 2 in Russia's junior league.



Victor Soderstrom, D, Sweden
Soderstrom (5-11, 179) was one of Sweden's best defensemen before getting injured against Switzerland in Sweden's second game. He finished the tournament with two points (one goal, one assist).

"He has offensive skills. He's the guy I trust on the power play on the blue line," Sweden coach Magnus Havelid said. "He has to improve his defensive game, but compared to one year ago he's taken a huge step forward."

Soderstrom, 17, likely will start the season with Brynas in Sweden's junior league.



Ryan Suzuki, C, Canada
Ryan (6-0, 178) is similar to his older brother, Nick Suzuki (Vegas Golden Knights), because of his uncanny intelligence on the ice. He can find his teammates despite limited options and skates well enough to escape sticky situations. He finished second on Canada with eight points (one goal, seven assists).

"I'd say my biggest strength is my hockey sense," said Suzuki. "I think I'm a little bit a better skater than my brother, but he has a better shot and he knows how to put the puck in the net. We're both smart players and we see the ice really well."

Nick, 17, was selected by Barrie with the No. 1 pick of the 2017 OHL Draft and had 44 points (14 goals, 30 assists) in 64 games.

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2018 10:31 pm
by Twitter bArt
https://dobberprospects.com/2019-nhl-dr ... gust-2018/


Kaapo Kakko / RW / 02-13-01 / 6’1 187lbs / Liiga
The Patrik Laine to Hughes’ Matthews. If this was a different year, the Finnish winger would be sitting pretty in the pole position. Kaapo blends size, speed, finishing ability and terrific vision. Soft touch for a big man. Massive upside as a complete point-producing winger. He’ll be a front-line scoring threat for years to come.


Bowen Byram LHD / 07-13-01 / 6’ 179lbs / WHL
An explosive skater who can act as a one-man breakout. He blends his terrific acceleration and north-south speed with lateral edge work and play creation through the neutral zone. Owns a heavy shot that is effective in all situations. Continues to improve his gap control and defensive awareness. Can get caught at times, but you take the good with the bad. An efficient power play quarterback in the making.

Vasili Podkolzin, RW / 06-24-01 / 5’11 165lbs / MHL
Showed the world what type of talent he owns at the Hlinka in August. Podkolzin is shifty, creative and dangerous. He can split the defense and finish it himself or draw coverage and deftly distribute to a cutting teammate. He’ll produce a ton of points in the MHL this season. How teams view his KHL wait time will play a sizable role in where he’s selected next June. A potential high-end point producer at the NHL-level. I don’t love comparisions, but I see enough Nikita Kucherov in him to say it out loud.

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Fri Aug 24, 2018 10:50 pm
by Retardé S
Twitter bArt wrote:https://dobberprospects.com/2019-nhl-draft-rankings-august-2018/


Vasili Podkolzin, RW / 06-24-01 / 5’11 165lbs / MHL
Showed the world what type of talent he owns at the Hlinka in August. Podkolzin is shifty, creative and dangerous. He can split the defense and finish it himself or draw coverage and deftly distribute to a cutting teammate. He’ll produce a ton of points in the MHL this season. How teams view his KHL wait time will play a sizable role in where he’s selected next June. A potential high-end point producer at the NHL-level. I don’t love comparisions, but I see enough Nikita Kucherov in him to say it out loud.

The next André K

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Tue Sep 11, 2018 9:24 pm
by Retardé S


He's the next Tarasenko

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 12:50 am
by Retardé S


Great skating for that big man

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:07 am
by Slick Nick
Retardé S wrote:
He's the next Tarasenko


He's no Svechnikov but I would still give him some prime real-estate in my heart if we fail Huggies.

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:13 am
by Retardé S
I don't think we land Huge, but my boy after that is Kakko.

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:18 am
by Slick Nick
I will, as always, give you the most accurate reading of the 2019 draft after watching 12 YT clips of 5 of my favorite prospects a couple of weeks before the draft.

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2018 1:29 am
by Retardé S
Slick Nick wrote:I will, as always, give you the most accurate reading of the 2019 draft after watching 12 YT clips of 5 of my favorite prospects a couple of weeks before the draft.

No doubt.

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Tue Oct 30, 2018 6:22 pm
by Twitter bArt
By Ryan Kennedy

October 25, 2018

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Time for my first edition of draft rankings for what is shaping up to be a pretty fantastic 2019 draft class. As you may know, Jack Hughes is the main prize this season, though a slew of other talented players will follow him up the podium when the event touches down in Vancouver this summer. And one note for subscribers to The Hockey News: I did a mock draft in the most recent issue and forgot Peyton Krebs. I was moving him around and just didn’t put him back. So I messed that one up.

The following is my first effort for 2019 and is largely based on player pedigree and early results. As the season goes on, I will include more input from NHL scouts in my assessments, but with most players only seeing a dozen games of action or less right now, I feel it’s too early for such judgments. With that in mind, here’s my top 31 for the 2019 draft.



Jack Hughes, C, NTDP (USHL): Leading a stacked NTDP squad in scoring with 16 points in 11 games, Hughes has so far confirmed that he is one of the quickest, deadliest offensive threats outside the NHL right now.

Kaapo Kakko, RW, TPS (Fin.): Big, smart and talented, Kakko is holding his own as one of the top scorers on his Liiga team and I’ve heard talk that TPS may even try him at center as the season progresses.

Kirby Dach, C, Saskatoon (WHL): His size and smarts are calling cards, while Dach’s talent has enabled him to run roughshod in the Dub to the tune of 22 points in 13 games. That puts him top-five in the league.

Dylan Cozens, C, Lethbridge (WHL): Another big kid from out West, Cozens has a ton of potential thanks to his shot and his puck-protection abilities. With 18 points in 13 games, he leads the Hurricanes.

Matthew Boldy, LW, NTDP (USHL): The MVP of the All American Prospects Game, Boldy brings an excellent skills package to the table and leads the NTDP in goals with nine in 11 games. He’s a Boston College commit.

Cam York, D, NTDP (USHL): Team USA’s best offensive threat from the blueline, York is a new-school defender who can move the puck and think the game at a high level, York is still deciding on his NCAA commitment.

Ryan Suzuki, C, Barrie (OHL): Incredible smarts and skills make Suzuki one of the deadliest weapons in the OHL this season. The younger brother of Habs prospect Nick Suzuki has 21 points in just 11 games for the Colts.

Peyton Krebs, LW, Kootenay (WHL): Krebs has also been playing center for the Ice early on, so he’s got that versatility. Smart and quick, he’s a great playmaker on a team that could use more weapons.

Bowen Byram, D, Vancouver (WHL): A great skater and puckhandler, Byram is tied for second in team scoring – and the Giants are a solid outfit. He’ll give York a run for the title of top D-man in the draft.

Vasili Podkolzin, RW, SKA-1946 (Rus.): When Podkolzin gets the puck on the rush, watch out. The sturdy right winger protects the puck and knows how to finish. He’s signed in Russia for at least a couple more years.

Raphael Lavoie, RW, Halifax (QMJHL)
Philip Broberg, D, AIK (Swe.)
Alex Newhook, C, Victoria (BCHL)
Trevor Zegras, C, NTDP (USHL)
Matthew Robertson, D, Edmonton (WHL)
Arthur Kaliyev, RW, Hamilton OHL)
Alex Turcotte, C, NTDP (USHL)
Anttoni Honka, JYP (Fin.)
Lassi Thomson, D, Kelowna (WHL)
Alex Vlasic, D, NTDP (USHL)
Jakob Pelletier, C, Moncton (QMJHL)
Spencer Knight, G, NTDP (USHL)
Thomas Harley, D, Mississauga (OHL)
Moritz Seider, D, Adler Mannheim (Ger.)
Nils Hoglander, LW, Rogle (Swe.)
Victor Soderstrom, D, Brynas (Swe.)
Cole Caufield, RW, NTDP (USHL)
Ryder Donovan, C, Duluth East (Minn. HS)
Nolan Foote, RW, Kelowna (WHL)
Tobias Bjornfot, D, Djurgarden (Swe.)
Bobby Brink, C, Sioux City (USHL)

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Tue Oct 30, 2018 6:42 pm
by Retardé S

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Tue Oct 30, 2018 8:51 pm
by Mufasa
This thread will become a lot more active after tonight game.

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 5:58 pm
by Twitter bArt
Future Consideration for your consideration



1 Hughes, Jack NTDP USHL C 5-10 170 USA
2 Kakko, Kaapo TPS Liiga RW 6-2 195 FIN
3 Dach, Kirby Saskatoon WHL C 6-4 200 CAN
4 Turcotte, Alex NTDP USHL C 5-11 190 USA
5 Cozens, Dylan Lethbridge WHL C 6-3 180 CAN
6 Byram, Bowen Vancouver WHL D 6-1 195 CAN
7 Podkolzin, Vasili SKA St. Petersburg MHL RW 6-1 190 RUS
8 Krebs, Peyton Kootenay WHL LW 5-11 180 CAN
9 Boldy, Matthew NTDP USHL LW 6'2 185 USA
10 Lavoie, Raphael Halifax QMJHL C 6-4 190 CAN
11 York, Cam NTDP USHL D 5-11 170 USA
12 Suzuki, Ryan Barrie OHL C 6-0 180 CAN
13 Broberg, Philip AIK Allsvenskan D 6-3 200 SWE
14 Zegras, Trevor NTDP USHL C 6-0 170 USA
15 Caufield, Cole NTDP USHL RW 5-7 155 USA
16 Robertson, Matthew Edmonton WHL D 6-3 200 CAN
17 McMichael, Connor London OHL C 5-11 170 CAN
18 Holmstrom, Simon HV71 SuperElit RW 6-0 185 SWE
19 Seider, Moritz Mannheim DEL D 6-4 190 GER
20 Foote, Nolan Kelowna WHL LW 6-4 190 CAN
21 Beecher, John NTDP USHL C 6-3 200 USA
22 Honka, Anttoni JYP Liiga D 5-10 180 FIN
23 Tomasino, Phillip Niagara OHL C 6-0 180 CAN
24 Cajkovic, Maxim Saint John QMJHL RW 5-11 185 SLO
25 Kaliyev, Arthur Hamilton OHL LW 6-1 190 USA
26 Newhook. Alex Victoria BCHL C 5-10 190 CAN
27 Bertuzzi, Tag Guelph OHL C 6-0 200 CAN
28 Robertson, Nicholas Peterborough OHL C/LW 5-9 160 CAN
29 Soderstrom, Victor Brynas SuperElit D 5-11 180 SWE
30 Vlasic, Alex NTDP USHL D 6-6 195 USA
31 Knyazev, Artemi Chicoutimi QMJHL D 5-11 175 RUS
32 Mutala, Sasha Tri-City WHL RW 6-1 195 CAN
33 Kokkonen, Mikko Jukurit Liiga D 5-11 200 FIN
34 Poulin, Samuel Sherbrooke QMJHL LW 6-1 205 CAN
35 Pelletier, Jakob Moncton QMJHL LW 5-9 160 CAN
36 Brinkman, Ben U Minnesota NCAA D 6-1 180 USA
37 Korczak, Kaeden Kelowna WHL D 6-3 190 CAN
38 Rees, Jamieson Sarnia OHL C 5-10 175 CAN
39 Constantinou, Billy Niagara OHL D 6-0 185 CAN
40 Dorofeyev, Pavel Magnitogorsk MHL LW 6-1 170 RUS
41 Grewe, Albin Djurgarden SuperElit RW 5-11 190 SWE
42 Knight, Spencer NTDP USHL G 6-3 195 USA
43 Gutik, Daniil Yaroslavl MHL LW 6-3 180 RUS
44 Nikkanen, Henri Jukurit Liiga C 6-4 200 FIN
45 Ladd, Grayson Windsor OHL D 6-1 175 CAN
46 Warren, Marshall NTDP USHL D 5-11 170 USA
47 Legare, Nathan Baie-Comeau QMJHL RW 6-0 205 CAN
48 Johnson, Ryan Sioux Falls USHL D 6-0 160 USA
49 D'Amico, Daniel Windsor OHL LW 5-9 180 CAN
50 Porco, Nicholas Saginaw OHL LW 6-0 175 CAN
51 Bjornfot, Tobias Djurgarden SuperElit D 6-0 200 SWE
52 Guskov, Matvei London OHL C 6-1 175 RUS
53 Rizzo, Massimo Penticton BCHL C 5-10 180 CAN
54 Hoglander, Nils Rogle SHL LW 5-9 185 SWE
55 Brewer, Mitchell Oshawa OHL D 6-0 205 CAN
56 Harley, Thomas Mississauga OHL D 6-3 190 CAN
57 Mackay, Cole Sault Ste. Marie OHL RW 5-11 185 CAN
58 Hamaliuk, Dillon Seattle WHL LW 6-3 200 CAN
59 Spiridonov, Yegor Magnitogorsk MHL C 6-3 190 RUS
60 Lee, Jake Seattle WHL D 6-2 215 CAN
61 Thomson, Lassi Kelowna WHL D 6-0 190 FIN
62 Donovan, Ryder Duluth East USHS C 6-3 185 USA
63 Ellis, Colten Rimouski QMJHL G 6-1 185 CAN
64 Afanasyev, Yegor Muskegon USHL C 6-3 200 RUS
65 Vukojevic, Michael Kitchener OHL D 6-3 205 CAN
66 Murray, Blake Sudbury OHL C 6-2 190 CAN
67 Kallionkieli, Marcus Sioux City USHL LW 6-2 190 FIN
68 Antropov, Danil Oshawa OHL RW 6-1 185 CAN
69 Williams, Josh Medicine Hat WHL RW 6-1 195 CAN
70 Keppen, Ethan Flint OHL LW 6-2 220 CAN

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Sat Nov 03, 2018 6:51 pm
by Retardé S

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 11:46 am
by Dog
Twitter bArt wrote:2 Kakko, Kaapo TPS Liiga RW FIN


You guys are just taking the piss now.

:crossarms:

Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 10:51 pm
by Twitter bArt
Kakko Niemi


Re: Seth Jones - Maximizing Appreciating Assets

Posted: Wed Nov 21, 2018 9:50 pm
by Twitter bArt
Consolidated 2019 NHL Draft Rankings – November 2018

https://dobberprospects.com/consolidate ... mber-2018/