Out of all the picks there were only six position players that were right on the money. Four of the Twelve goalies went in the order they were expected to. There were numerous that were close and some huge risers and huge droppers in the draft. In the early portion, first round projected players in
This is my third annual NHL entry draft rankings. Like in past years I utilise multiple other lists which include TSN, Sportsnet, The Hockey News, Central Scouting, McKeens, Future Considerations, ISS Hockey and Hockeyprospects.com to form my rankings. This is the first year I have decided to separate the Skaters and the Goaltenders. The list is
The Western Hockey League, part of the Canadian Hockey League, is top junior hockey league based in Western Canada and the North Western United States for players 20 years old and under with teams in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia, Washington and Oregon. It has been named the WHL since 1978 after previously being known
Here is how my consensus rankings held up against where players were actually drafted. Pos. Player Ranked Drafted Drafted By Difference F Auston Matthews 1 1 Toronto Maple Leafs None F Patrik Laine 2 2 Winnipeg Jets None F Jesse Puljujarvi 3 4 Edmonton Oilers Down 1 F Matthew Tkachuk 4 6 Calgary Flames Down
To come up with the top 150 prospects for the 2016 NHL Entry Draft I have used an average of 12 different well respected lists including: The Hockey News (Magazine Rankings), The Hockey News (Ryan Kennedy), Sportsnet (Damien Cox), TSN (Craig Button), TSN (Bob McKenzie), ESPN (Corey Pronman *May List), HockeyProspects.com, McKeen’s Hockey, Central Scouting,
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