The old adage states you can’t teach size. At 6-foot-4, Brandon Coe has that in spades.
The 2018-19 Ontario Hockey League’s rookie of the year came into his season with big expectations and an opportunity to be considered for the honours of going first overall in the 2020 NHL Draft.
The World Junior A Challenge (WJAC) kicks off in Dawson Creek, BC on Saturday with five teams participating, including Canada West, Canada East, Czech Republic, Russia and the United States.
It’s one thing to be told by others that you’re amongst the best in the league — it’s another thing to know yourself that you deserve to be in that company. For Cole Perfetti, the confidence that he gained playing in the 2019 Hlinka Gretzky Cup has translated into momentum that has him rocketing up the draft charts. “Being able … Read More
Jamie Drysdale’s offense has already drawn plenty of notice from scouts, fans, and opponents alike.
He’s been talked about for years as the incumbent No. 1 for the 2020 NHL Draft, and rightfully so.
When it comes to the concept of expectations, the higher they are the more difficult it is to reach them.