Andrei Svechnikov capped off an impressive first season in the OHL with a little bit of hardware.
He was a late addition to the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game.
The road to the NHL Draft is full of twists and turns. Players can look like a top-end prospect one month and stall out the next. On the other side, a kid can move from an average prospect with underwhelming skill to developing into a first-round candidate.
Here we are, at the halfway point of the 2017-18 season.
Swedish defenseman Rasmus Dahlin was named the top defenseman at the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championship. Dahlin, first in Future Considerations’ Fall ranking for the 2018 NHL Draft, was also named to the tournament’s all-star team, as voted on by the media, after helping Sweden to a silver medal finish at the World Juniors. The 17-year-old blueliner finished the tournament … Read More
Hockey fans love the World Junior Championship. Hockey scouts, too.
Forward Filip Zadina, eligible for the 2018 NHL Draft, was among the 27 named to the Czech Republic’s preliminary roster for the 2018 IIHF World Junior Championship.
Filip Zadina has gone back-to-back with the Halifax Mooseheads.
Filip Zadina’s first month in North American hockey has been a productive one.
With hockey season getting underway, it’s time for scouts to start focusing on the 2018 NHL Draft. Future Considerations has piled up the scouting reports and here is a look at the top five skaters to play in Europe last season, heading into 2018.
Filip Zadina is bound for North America.
Andrei Svechnikov of the Barrie Colts and Filip Zadina of the Halifax Mooseheads highlight the 40 players named to participate in the 2018 Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game.