Future Considerations’ Ontario-based scout Daniel Deschenes gives his thoughts on who from the 2014 NHL Draft class left him impressed, who disappointed and who his sleeper is on draft day.
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Robert Hagg and Andre Burakovsky, both potential first round picks in the 2013 NHL Draft, will lead Sweden into the World Under-18 Championship.
With the World Junior Championship in the books, here’s a look at the leaders among the 2013 NHL Draft class.
Up to five players eligible for the 2013 NHL Draft will help Sweden defend gold at the World Junior Championship.
With advanced scouting, there are few surprises that reveal themselves early in the season.
To put it mildly, Jacob de la Rose likes to play the game hard.
Fresh of a very disappointing two-player first round in 2012, the Swedish draft class of 2013 has started their journey to New Jersey’s Prudential Center.
It’s no secret that NHL clubs can, have and will fall in love with a prospect.
Here we are in mid-February and most of the big annual showcase events/tournaments for draft eligible have come and gone.
The holiday season is without a doubt my favorite time of year.
Seth Jones wasn’t able to catch Slovakia’s Marko Dano in the scoring race among draft eligibles at the World Junior Championship.
Twenty-two members of the 2013 NHL Draft class will have the opportunity to compete at the World Junior Championship in Ufa, Russia from December 26th to January 5th.
We’re less than two weeks until thousands of fans and hundreds of scouts alike will be filling the seats to watch one of hockey’s greatest dramas unfold – the World Junior Championship – in Ufa, Russia.
Nathan MacKinnon is still the biggest prize, but some early season surprises have given the 2013 NHL Draft a lot to look forward to in all areas of the hockey community.
It’ll be tough for Halifax Mooseheads forward Nathan MacKinnon to improve upon his draft ranking.
The Ivan Hlinka Memorial is a major draft eligible event for NHL talent evaluators and typically serves as the jump-off for the season.
Top 2012 draft eligible prospects Filip Forsberg and Sebastian Collberg, both members of Sweden’s gold medal entry at the 2012 World Junior Championship, will be called to duty again.
Though 2012 saw most of its elite European talent playing in the CHL, the 2013 NHL Entry Draft will have plenty of prospects staying home for scouts to salivate over.
Future Considerations has asked a few of our evaluators who have been in the rinks all season, scouting 2015 eligible prospects, to give their input on team need, drafting tendencies and who they think NHL teams will be looking to add to their prospect pool in this first round mock draft.
With much fanfare, the 2011 NHL Entry Draft has come and gone.
Sean Couturier is champion no more. For the first time this season, the Drummondville Voltigeurs forward is not a top Future Considerations’ ranking for the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.
Drummondville Voltigeurs forward Sean Couturier got an early Christmas present in being the lone 2011 NHL Entry Draft eligible player to be named to Canada’s roster for the World Junior Championship.