Hunter Jones started his season off on the right foot.
Jones is a good skater, with a good stride and good speed to join a rush and then get back quickly. He shows some puck skill that would be expected of someone related to Seth, who is a confident puck-carrier. But their games are not overly similar. Caleb is more defensively-minded. He moves well with the puck and shows some … Read More
Jones is a throwback power winger who plays on the edge. He has an incredible work ethic and drive, plus he loves the physical aspect of delivering devastating hits and engaging in the rough stuff. He has some real skills in the offensive end as well. The feisty winger, who loves to get under his opponents’ skin, possesses a powerful … Read More
An average-sized player who has a good amount of room to grow, especially in his legs where he looks a bit thin. Good skater. Gets around the ice with decent straight-line speed and excellent agility that allows him to weave in and out of the danger areas. He spends most of his time looking for passes on the outside, but … Read More
Jones is as complete a defenseman you will find in this draft. He has that impressive blend of size, smooth skating ability and finesse with the puck you want in a true franchise blueliner. Jones gets around the ice well with a powerful yet effortless stride. He has impressive lateral agility for such a big guy; the speed to both … Read More
Maybe it was nerves. Might’ve been the pressure. But Philip Tomasino, admittedly, didn’t start the 2018-19 campaign the way he expected.
The top NHL Draft eligible talent from the Canadian Hockey League will be on display in Red Deer.
What it might lack in names you know right now, it more than makes up for in names that you will know in the future.
Ryan Johnson of the Sioux Falls Stampede is among 10 eligibles for the 2019 NHL Draft to represent Team USA at the 2018 World Junior A Challenge in December.
Ryan Suzuki will get to showcase himself with Team OHL.
Jack Hughes has headlined the roster assembled to participate in the 2018 USA Hockey All-American Prospects Game at Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota on September 19.
The annual NHL Draft always breathes new optimism into an organization for a team falling short of the goal.
Alec Regula’s route to Dallas, TX hasn’t exactly been the road most-often travelled.
Nolan Patrick is No. 1.
Robert Thomas hasn’t had to look far for any inspiration.