How’s the 2019 NHL Draft going to play out?
Every season, scouts from Future Considerations spend countless hours gathering information on the next wave of NHL talent coming down the pipe. Future Considerations Western head scout Justin Froese is no different.
Kirby Dach of the Saskatoon Blades and Dylan Cozens of the Lethbridge Hurricanes will serve as captains at the 2019 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game.
The top NHL Draft eligible talent from the Canadian Hockey League will be on display in Red Deer.
Bowen Byram will get the opportunity to challenge Russia.
Kirby Dach certainly didn’t waste any time making a strong first impression.
Every season, scouts from Future Considerations spend countless hours gathering information on the next wave of NHL talent coming down the pipe. Future Considerations’ scout Keith Fries is no different.
Game on. With the 2018 Hlinka Gretzky Cup come and gone, the scouting season for the 2019 NHL Draft is now underway. The week-long, eight-team tournament in Edmonton and Red Deer gave scouts and other onlookers an excellent opportunity to become better acquainted with many of hockey’s top young prospects.
Bring on 2019. The 2018 NHL Draft took place just over a month ago, but the world of hockey scouting never really sleeps. Even though the summer months are filled with sunshine and warm weather, they also provide a brief window between hockey seasons to schedule camps, tournaments and other events.
Ty Smith of the Spokane Chiefs heads Canada’s training camp roster leading into the 2018 IIHF World Under-18 Championship.