Tag Archive | "NHL Draft"

Predators Send Bonino to Wild for Kunin

Thursday, October 8, 2020

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In a somewhat surprising trade, the @Nashville Predators sent centre Nick Bonino, a 2020 second-round pick and a 2020 third-round pick to the @Minnesota Wild for RFA @Luke Kunin and a 2020 fourth-round pick. To Nashville: – Luke Kunin (C/RW) – No.101 Overall — Adam Wilsby (D – 🇸🇪) To Minnesota: – Nick Bonino (C)…

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2020 NHL Entry Draft Tracker

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

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The first round of the NHL Draft will start on Tuesday, October 6th at 7:00 PM. If you are unable to watch the draft, I will be updating every pick in real-time for you to follow along. The New York Rangers won the NHL Draft lottery and hold the No.1 overall pick and the right…

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DFO NHL Mock Draft 2020

Monday, October 5, 2020

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The 2020 NHL Draft will start on Tuesday, October 6th with the first round. Rounds 2-7 will be completed on Wednesday, October 7th. I have done my best to project who each team will take with my 2020 NHL Mock Draft. Each pick is accompanied by the team’s current top prospect, as laid out by…

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Rasmus Dahlin and Elias Pettersson among top prospects to crack NHL opening night rosters

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

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The future is now when it comes to the NHL. Hockey fans are likely salivating at the chance to see some of the top prospects in hockey get their shot in the NHL this season. Many teams have now released their opening night rosters for 2018-19 — rookies aplenty. Arizona Coyotes Coyotes’ first-round pick Barrett…

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NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.31 — Alexander Alexeyev

Friday, June 22, 2018

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Fresh off of the first Stanley Cup in franchise history, the Washington Capitals have already lost their head coach but own the No.31 and No.46 overall picks in the first two rounds.  The Capitals’ prospect pool isn’t overly exciting. Their top prospect is unquestionably goaltender Ilya Samsonov. The 21-year-old was the No.22 overall pick in…

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NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.28 — Ty Dellandrea

Thursday, June 21, 2018

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The New York Rangers’ crazy first-round continues with the No.28 overall pick.  Despite already having a talented NHL roster and high-end prospects in their system, the Rangers are really putting themselves in a nice position with the 2018 draft.  We have them selecting Adam Boqvist with the No.9 overall pick—their own selection—Dominik Bokk with the…

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NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.27 — Jett Woo

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

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The Chicago Blackhawks missed the playoffs in 2018 but are set up well in the NHL Draft.  The Blackhawks selected forward Oliver Wahlstrom with the No.8 overall pick in the DFO Mock Draft and they also have the No.27 overall selection.  Chicago acquired this pick in the trade that sent winger Ryan Hartman to the…

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NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.25 — Ryan McLeod

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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The Toronto Maple Leafs struggled mightily from 2014-to-2016 and that enabled them to draft William Nylander (No.8 in 2014), Mitch Marner (No.4 in 2015) and Auston Matthews (No.1 in 2016) and they have immediately become the core of their team.  Since then they have made the playoffs in back-to-back seasons but still have not made…

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NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.24 — Jared McIsaac

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

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The Minnesota Wild qualified for the playoffs for the sixth straight season and topped 100 points in each of their seasons under head coach Bruce Boudreau.  The Wild are in an interesting spot with most of their top prospects ready to transition into the NHL full-time but a loaded depth chart that could stop that…

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NHL Mock Draft 2018: No.23 — Vitali Kravtsov

Monday, June 18, 2018

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The Anaheim Ducks qualified for the playoffs for the sixth consecutive year, but were bounced in the first round for third time during that span.  The Ducks managed to get 100-plus points for the fifth straight year, but will still own their highest draft pick since 2014—No.27 in ’15, No.24 in ’16 and No.50 in…

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