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It’s time to dust off the old crystal ball; put analysis of team needs and trends with everything we have seen and heard in the rinks to good use and project where we see the prospects of the 2014 NHL Draft landing.
With the first overall pick, the Colorado Avalanche select…
With the 26th overall selection in the National Hockey League Draft, Future Considerations selects…
Despite a strong push from Halifax Mooseheads forward Nathan MacKinnon, Seth Jones of the Portland Winterhawks remains as the top prospect in Future Considerations’ Final Ranking for the 2013 NHL Draft.
Though things are status quo up top in Future Considerations’ April Ranking, the Knights are on the move.
With the Portland Winterhawks, Seth Jones is used to being on top of the Western Hockey League standings.
Future Considerations announced today Jonathan Drouin of the Halifax Mooseheads has been named draft eligible Forward of the Month for February.
Seth Jones of the Portland Winterhawks has successfully defended his crown – for now.
Time is running out for Ontario Hockey League draft eligibles to make an impression.
For the first time, there’s a new top dog among eligibles for the 2013 NHL Draft according to Future Considerations scouts.
The lineups have been set for the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game.
December marked the final opportunity of Ontario Hockey League draft eligibles to impress in 2012 as the 2013 NHL Draft approaches.
In the spirit of the holiday season, many members of the 2013 NHL Draft class have given scouts and hockey fans alike a lot to like.
The 38 players joining captains Nathan MacKinnon and Seth Jones at the 2013 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game have been announced.
There are only 30 players that will hear their name called in the first round of the 2013 NHL Draft.
Three Ontario Hockey League-based 2013 NHL Draft eligibles are set to take on 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’s hard to keep the likes of Nathan MacKinnon, Sean Monahan, Aleksander Barkov, Hunter Shinkaruk and the other top-end prospects for the 2013 NHL Draft a secret.
It’ll be tough for Halifax Mooseheads forward Nathan MacKinnon to improve upon his draft ranking.
Just three weeks after the passing of the 2012 NHL Draft, Future Considerations has released its first ranking for 2013.
Defenseman Mathew Dumba and forward Brendan Gaunce are set to lead Canada into action at the World Under-18 Championship later this month in the Czech Republic.
Brendan Gaunce is going to the Czech Republic.
As the dog days of summer come to an end, a new Ontario Hockey League season heads full steam into what will once again be another grind filled with ups and downs for NHL Draft eligible players.
National Team Development Program’s Pat Sieloff is the latest of his former teammates to forego his college commitment and opt to play north of the border next season.
It’s starting to become clear who the top prospects are for the 2012 NHL Draft. What else is become clear is that there is a strong crop of rookies and prospects that are making a push to be at the top of the 2013 NHL Draft.