Author Archives | brock.seguin

brock.seguin - who has written 1157 posts on Daily Faceoff.

Brock has been the Editor-In-Chief of DailyFaceoff.com since the start of the 2012-13 season, the Host of the DFO Podcast since 2015 and Editor-In-Chief of DailyDugout since the 2017 season.

Contact the author

2019 DailyFaceoff NHL Mock Draft

Sunday, June 16, 2019

0 Comments

The 2019 NHL Draft is set to get started on Friday, June 21st. Over the next few weeks I will be revealing my Mock Draft one post at a time, with each post containing team needs and a full scouting report on the player. This way even if I am not 100 percent accurate (spoiler…

Continue reading...

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.11 — Peyton Krebs

Sunday, June 16, 2019

0 Comments

The Philadelphia Flyers have alternated making and missing the playoffs for each of the last eight seasons, only getting by the first-round once over that stretch. Over the years, the Flyers have done a great job accumulation high-end prospects through the draft. They’ve built their blueline through the 2012-to-2015 drafts, taking Shayne Gostisbehere (No.78 overall)…

Continue reading...

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.10 — Matthew Boldy

Thursday, June 13, 2019

0 Comments

The Vancouver Canucks have not made the playoffs in the last four seasons but appear to be at the tail-end of their full rebuild. Despite not picking any higher than No.5 overall, the Canucks have built an impressive stable of prospects over the last few seasons. Brock Boeser (No.23 overall in 2015) has averaged 34…

Continue reading...

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.9 — Trevor Zegras

Monday, June 10, 2019

0 Comments

In 2018-19, the Anaheim Ducks missed the playoffs for the first time since the 2011-12 season. As a result, Anaheim will select in the top-10 for the first time since 2014, when they took Nick Ritchie. The Ducks were once a factory for developing defensemen but they have lost Shea Theodore, Marcus Pettersson, and Brandon…

Continue reading...

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.8 — Cole Caufield

Monday, June 10, 2019

0 Comments

After making the playoffs in 2017, the Edmonton Oilers have missed the postseason in each of the last two seasons and have qualified just once in the last 13 seasons. The Oilers taken heat over the years for some bad drafting and bad trades, but new General Manager Ken Holland has a solid core to…

Continue reading...

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.7 — Kirby Dach

Monday, June 10, 2019

0 Comments

The Buffalo Sabres missed the postseason for the eighth consecutive season and will pick inside the top-10 for the seventh straight year. Over the last five seasons, the Sabres have drafted No.1 overall once (Rasmus Dahlin) and No.2 overall twice (Sam Reinhart and Jack Eichel) yet they have not been over .500 since 2012. With…

Continue reading...

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.6 — Vasili Podkolzin

Monday, June 10, 2019

0 Comments

From 1992-to-2016, the Detroit Red Wings never missed the playoffs and never picked higher than No.15 overall in the NHL Draft. Now, they have missed the playoffs for three consecutive seasons and will pick inside the top-10 for the third straight year. The Red Wings have already had a busy offseason and we’re not even…

Continue reading...

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.5 — Bowen Byram

Sunday, June 9, 2019

0 Comments

The Los Angeles Kings are coming off of their worst season since 2007-08 and have a chance to add another game-breaking defenseman in the draft like they did that year. The Kings had 71 points that season and drafted Drew Doughty with the No.2 overall pick. This season they also had 71 points and there…

Continue reading...

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.4 — Dylan Cozens

Saturday, June 8, 2019

0 Comments

Picking fourth overall is definitely a little disappointing for the Colorado Avalanche front office since they entered the Draft Lottery with an 18.5 percent chance at landing the No.1 overall pick. The Avalanche acquired this pick from the Ottawa Senators as a part of the package that sent Matt Duchene to the Senators last season.…

Continue reading...

Sabres Sign Skinner to 8-Year Extension

Saturday, June 8, 2019

0 Comments

The Buffalo Sabres have signed winger Jeff Skinner to an eight-year contract extension worth $72.0 million ($9.0M AAV). IT’S DONE! We have signed forward Jeff Skinner to an eight-year contract with an average annual value of $9 million: https://t.co/X4sumuHW7H pic.twitter.com/Wwzk9qbPSk — Buffalo Sabres (@BuffaloSabres) June 8, 2019 Skinner was acquired from the Carolina Hurricanes for…

Continue reading...