For the first time, the draft is moving to Dallas.
The 2017 NHL Draft has come and gone. Here’s a look, by the numbers, at the event at United Center in Chicago on June 23 and 24.
Nolan Patrick, first in Future Considerations’ Final ranking for the 2017 NHL Draft, is one of 42 players and 14 draft eligibles invited to participate in Canada’s National Junior Team Summer Development Camp at the 2017 World Junior Summer Showcase.
Casey Mittelstadt, fifth in Future Considerations’ Final ranking for the 2017 NHL Draft, was one of 23 draft eligibles and 42 players invited to play for the United States at the 2017 World Junior Summer Showcase.
The 2017 NHL Draft is fast approaching with the first round set to kick-off at United Center in Chicago on June 23. Future Considerations has spent the season in rinks spanning the globe in preparation for Future Considerations’ 2017 NHL Draft Guide.
The 2017 NHL Draft is fast approaching with the first round set to kick-off at United Center in Chicago on June 23. Future Considerations has spent the season in rinks spanning the globe in preparation for FC’s 2017 NHL Draft Guide.
Josh Norris wasn’t shy to show well at the NHL Draft Combine.
Nico Hischier is at the top of the Canadian Hockey League’s freshman class.
Nolan Patrick is No. 1.
Nick Suzuki is the Canadian Hockey League’s top sportsman.
Sasha Chmelevski is at the head of the class.
The New Jersey Devils are on the clock, and Future Considerations has keyed in on potential targets with a 2017 NHL Draft Mock.
Nick Suzuki is the 2016-17 recipient of the William Hanley Trophy awarded to the Ontario Hockey League’s Most Sportsmanlike Player of the Year.
Sasha Chmelevski is as proficient off the ice as he is on it.
Finland’s Kristian Vesalainen put in a performance to remember at the IIHF U18 World Championship.
Ryan Merkley of the Guelph Storm was named the 2016-17 recipient of the Emms Family Award presented to the Ontario Hockey League’s rookie of the year.
Zach Solow of the Dubuque Fighting Saints has been named the 2017 USHL Forward of the Year.
Team Canada has their entry for the 2017 IIHF World Under-18 Championship.
Jaret Anderson-Dolan will captain Canada.
Ryan Poehling and Cayden Primeau will join members of the United States National Team Development Program at the 2017 IIHF U18 World Championship in Poprad and Spisska Nova Ves, Slovakia from April 13-23.
Nico Hischier capped an impressive first season in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League with a major award.
Ryan Suzuki of ALLIANCE’s London Jr. Knights will be the first overall pick in the 2017 OHL Priority Selection.
Matthew Strome of the Hamilton Bulldogs is among 11 players added to Canada’s pre-tournament roster for the 2017 IIHF U18 World Championship in Poprad and Spisska Nova Ves, Slovakia from April 13-23.
Maxime Comtois is among the first six players named to represent Canada at the 2017 IIHF U18 World Championship in Poprad and Spisska Nova Ves, Slovakia from April 13-23.
Mississauga Steelheads defenseman Nicolas Hague has been suspended indefinitely by the Ontario Hockey League.
There was no shortage off outstanding performances in the Ontario Hockey League from members of the 2017 NHL Draft class.
Nolan Patrick, Future Considerations’ top-ranked prospect for the 2017 NHL Draft, will miss Game 1 of the Brandon Wheat Kings’ Eastern Conference quarterfinal series against the Medicine Hat Tigers on Friday.
It was a productive week for NHL Draft eligible forward Cody Glass.
Casey Mittelstadt is Mr. Hockey.
Boston College goaltender Jake Oettinger was among 10 semifinalists named for the 2017 Mike Richter Award.
Tack on another honor for Gabe Vilardi.
Gabe Vilardi is in a groove.
Nick Henry broke out in a big way and got rewarded for his efforts.
Eeli Tolvanen is at it again.
Antoine Morand played a starring role for the Acadie-Bathurst Titan last week.
He’s usually more focused on stopping them, but Muskegon Lumberjacks goaltender Keith Petruzzelli now has a marker to his credit.
Top-ranked NHL Draft eligible Casey Mittelstadt is among the ten candidates announced by the Minnesota Minute Men for the 33rd Mr. Hockey Award.
Brodan Salmond’s perfect week was rewarded by the Canadian Hockey League.