Mock Draft

2019 DailyFaceoff NHL Mock Draft

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 ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.19 — Ryan Suzuki

The Ottawa Senators lost what turned out to be the No.4 overall pick in this year’s draft when they acquired Matt Duchene from the Colorado Avalanche. However, they salvaged things a bit when they ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.18 — Raphael Lavoie

The Dallas Stars got back into the playoffs in 2018-19 and were inches away from beating the eventual Stanley Cup Champions in round-two. Their first-round picks in 2013 (Valeri Nichushkin) and 2014 (Julius Honka) have not developed ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.17 — Victor Soderstrom

In their first two years in the NHL, the Vegas Golden Knights have qualified for the playoffs both times and were one questionable call away from moving on to the second-round this season. Vegas set ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.16 — Arthur Kaliyev

This is the Colorado Avalanche’s second pick of the first-round. I have the Avalanche taking Dylan Cozens with the No.4 overall pick and there are plenty of good prospects left for them at No.16.  ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.15 — Cam York

The Montreal Canadiens missed the playoffs for the second straight season despite going 44-30-8 and have a mid-round pick in each of the first four rounds to build off of a strong 2018 Draft Class. ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.14 — Philip Broberg

Through December, the Arizona Coyotes were tied for 26th in the NHL but were hot down the stretch, going 22-15-6 from January 1st on and ended missing the playoffs by just four points. The ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.13 — Spencer Knight

The Florida Panthers have missed the playoffs in seven of the last eight years, which has allowed them to stockpile some quality prospects with high draft picks. Florida has done an excellent job building their ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.12 — Alex Newhook

In 2018-19, the Minnesota Wild missed the playoffs for the first time in six seasons, as a result, they will select in the top-15 for just the second time since 2013. The Wild could have some ... Continue reading →

NHL Mock Draft 2019: No.11 — Peyton Krebs

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 ... Continue reading →