Nathan MacKinnon‘s performance at the Mastercard Memorial Cup dropped a few jaws along the way.
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He’s earned the hardware he set out to win, but 2013 NHL Draft eligible forward Nathan MacKinnon will have some extra carry-on to haul back to Halifax.
Halifax Mooseheads forward Nathan MacKinnon is expected to miss seven-to-14 days with a lower-body injury suffered Friday against the Moncton Wildcats.
Nathan MacKinnon and Seth Jones have been doing battle for the top spot on draft boards well beyond the 2012-13 season.
Expectations coming into his draft year were enormous for Nathan MacKinnon, but the prize of the 2013 NHL Draft has done nothing but exceed them.
Expectations amongst scouts and fans are sky-high for Halifax Mooseheads centre Nathan MacKinnon, but the prize of the 2013 NHL Draft is having none of it.
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 didn’t take long for Nathan MacKinnon to make an impact on the QMJHL. In his first period of official action, the 16-year-old recorded an assist on teammate Luca Ciampini’s powerplay goal midway through the opening frame.
Nathan MacKinnon is now a Moosehead. The Cole Harbour, NS. native was dealt to Halifax by the Baie-Comeau Drakkar in exchange for players Carl Gélinas and Francis Turbide as well as Halifax’s 2012 and 2013 first round picks.
The QMJHL draft is Saturday, but the league’s top prospect will not be in attendance.
Jakob Chychrun and Matthew Tkachuk, Future Considerations’ highest-ranked Canadian Hockey League skaters for the 2016 NHL Draft, were among the 40 players named to play in the BMO CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in Vancouver on Jan. 28.
The legendary Don Cherry and Bobby Orr will serve as coaches in the 2016 BMO CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game on Jan. 28 in Vancouver, BC.
After seeing six of its players taken in the first round of a very strong 2013 NHL Draft, 2014 appears to be a much more ordinary year for the QMJHL.
With the first overall pick, the Colorado Avalanche select…
With the first overall pick, the Colorado Avalanche select…
With the 2nd overall selection in the National Hockey League Draft, Future Considerations selects…
Hopefully they checked their inboxes before jetting off to New Jersey for the NHL Entry Draft because for a number of Canadian draft eligibles, there was a very important email from Hockey Canada waiting there for them.
With the 2013 NHL Draft now just weeks away and all the on-ice competition complete for the 2012-13 season where draft eligibility is concerned, it is time to put down the notebook and reflect on some of the performances of the high-end draft eligible prospects.
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.
It was Nathan MacKinnon who made the most noise at the Mastercard Memorial Cup.
Nathan MacKinnon has given the Colorado Avalanche a lot to debate over the next month.
It’s a journey that took Halifax Mooseheads draft eligible trio Nathan MacKinnon, Jonathan Drouin and Zach Fucale nine months to navigate.
Seth Jones is Future Considerations’ top-ranked prospect for the 2013 NHL Draft.
A day in advance of competing in the Memorial Cup final, 2013 NHL Draft eligible forward Jonathan Drouin had reason to celebrate.
Over a hundred of the 2013 NHL Draft’s top prospects will be in attendance at the NHL Scouting Combine from May 27 to June 1 in Toronto, ON.
The road to the 2013 NHL Draft will go through Saskatoon.
Seth Jones is going to need a bigger trophy shelf.
The Colorado Avalanche found some luck in a difficult season.
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.
No playoffs? No worry.
Scouts and draftniks alike have been keeping an eye on the Quebec Major Junior League in particular.
There are questions each month about risers and fallers in the draft rankings provided by Future Considerations.
Seth Jones of the Portland Winterhawks has successfully defended his crown – for now.
With the grind of his rookie Western Hockey League season, the All-American Top Prospects Game, the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game and the World Junior Championship, it’s understandable if the top-ranked prospect for the 2013 NHL Draft is a little weary.
For the first time, there’s a new top dog among eligibles for the 2013 NHL Draft according to Future Considerations scouts.
One of the biggest events in the scouting community, the annual CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game offers an opportunity to see some of the top junior talent available for the NHL Draft.
While many of us in North America were at home sleeping in bed at puck drop, there were those lucky few who were able to take in first hand some of the year’s best hockey in Ufa, Russia.
Seventeen-year-old forwards Adam Erne and Anthony Duclair have been suspended by the Quebec Remparts.
The lineups have been set for the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game.
After last year saw just one American invited to the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game, American born players will have a much larger showing at this year’s game in Halifax Wednesday.
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.
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.
If Canada’s selection camp for the World Junior Championship showed one thing, it’s that the kids are alright.
Canada’s entry into the World Junior Championship will have youthful enthusiasm in spades.
If age doesn’t get any consideration in Canada’s selection camp for the 2013 World Junior Championship, a youthful presence in Ufa, Russia could be on the way.
Sean Monahan, Future Considerations’ fourth ranked prospect for the 2013 NHL Draft, has been cut from Team Canada’s selection camp for the Wirld Junior Championship.
The 38 players joining captains Nathan MacKinnon and Seth Jones at the 2013 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game have been announced.