All he does is score and make plays. In Canada’s impressive opening game triumph over Finland, all Mark Stone did was find the net again.
The Philadelphia Flyers have selected Sean Couturier eighth overall in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. Couturier’s six-foot-four, 195-pound frame make him a strong candidate to be in the NHL sooner rather than later. It isn’t his size, though, that’s going to get him there. The Drummondville forward who led all draft eligible CHLers in points-per-game with 1.66 has soft hands … Read More
From Dan Stewart: There comes a time in every draft season where someone inevitably steps up and pushes the top prospect(s) for draft position. After analyzing our viewings of both defenseman Dougie Hamilton and forward Jonathan Huberdeau this season, we see no reason why the big four should not be extended to the big six for the upcoming NHL Entry … Read More
One of the most anticipated events on any NHL scouts schedule has to be the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game where it welcomes a who’s who of NHL GM’s, directors of player personnel and scouts all congregated in one place for one game which features a group of mostly future first and second round draft picks in a ‘non’ all-star game … Read More