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Cole Cassels of the Oshawa Generals will be heading to Halifax to compete in the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game.
The stars of the Quebec Major Junior League’s 2013 NHL Draft class continue to shine.
The first two names representing Canada at the World Under-18 Championship in the Czech Republic later this month have been named.
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.
A flu will keep Medicine Hat Tigers captain Hunter Shinkaruk out of the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game, according to the team’s Twitter account.
The 38 players joining captains Nathan MacKinnon and Seth Jones at the 2013 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game have been announced.
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.
The dominant trio of draft eligible Halifax Moosheads are set to headline the 2013 class for Team QMJHL at the Subway Super Series.
After a lackluster crop of 2012’s, the 2012-13 season is going to be a good one to be following Quebec Major Junior Hockey League eligibles.
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.
Brandon Whitney has been the first goaltender named that will represent Canada at the World Under-18 Championship in the Czech Republic later this month.
Anthony Mantha has been called into action to represent Canada at the World Under-18 Championship later this month in the Czech Republic.
There has been much talk surrounding Mikhail Grigorenko, Martin Frk and Raphael Bussieres, but the QMJHL’s prospect depth goes well beyond 2012.
There may not be a Jack Eichel coming out of the college hockey circuit and into the 2016 NHL Draft, but the top-end talent coming out of the United States could be from the NCAA.