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  1. Another Listing --- 2020 NCAA Free Agent NHL Watch List—Forwards As NCAA hockey has gradually moved towards older players, the NHL has taken more and more notice of some of the late-bloomers that may have been overlooked when they were younger, but have developed into players that could contribute at the professional level. Dozens of NCAA players annually are signed as free agents to NHL contracts after the season. Here’s a look at some of the forwards that should be on NHL radars, and will be watched throughout the season as potential NHL free agent signings: Roman Ahcan-Soph.-Wisconsin ‘99 I already wrote about Ahcan’s excellent start to the season here. Size was a big limiting factor when he was Draft eligible, but since then, he has proven he can play the type of fast, physical game that one needs to succeed at the pro level. He’s not a traditional NHL prospect, but fits the mold of a Karson Kuhlman, whose speed and grit have earned him NHL time with the Boston Bruins. Corey Andonovski-Soph.-Princeton ‘99 Andonovski had a quiet rookie season last year for Princeton playing behind two of the top free agents in college hockey in Max Veronneau and Ryan Kuffner, but looks primed for a breakout season in his second year. He was a fringe NHL Draft prospect in his first year of eligibility in 2017, making Central Scouting’s draft rankings, but ultimately went unpicked. Since then, Andonovski has continued to fill out physically, becoming a better skater and showing good hockey sense and scoring touch around the net. Cal Burke-Sr.-Notre Dame ‘97 Burke has always been a player that excelled at doing the little things to make his team better that didn’t always get noticed. Now, as a senior, he is finally starting to get some of the credit he deserves as he leads Notre Dame in scoring, and is captaining an Irish team that looks to be one of the best in the country. He doesn’t project as much of a scorer at the pro level, but is a very mature, responsible player that should play his role well. He attended Washington’s prospect development camp last summer. Mitchell Chaffee-Jr.-UMass ‘98 One of the major figures in UMass’ dramatic turnaround over the past three years, Chaffee was among the leading scorers for the Minutemen in each of first two years, and projects to be their leading scorer again this year, possibly even improving on his sophomore scoring total, despite no longer playing with Cale Makar. He’s likely to earn first team All-Hockey East honors for the second straight year in a league packed with good NHL prospects. Chaffee isn’t overly tall, but extremely strong and a good skater. His strength and toughness make him difficult to defend against and could make him an effective pro. Casey Dornbach-Soph.-Harvard ‘97 Dornbach really blossomed as a prospect in his final year of junior hockey and has developed into a premier playmaking forward in college hockey. His ability to handle the puck and distribute it to teammates is elite and should earn him some looks from NHL teams. Josh Dunne-F-Clarkson ‘97 There’s a favorable comparison to be made between Dunne and his teammate last season, Nico Sturm, who was one of the top free agents available in college hockey. Dunne is a big power forward that protects the puck well, plays hard one both ends of the ice, and has developed into a very reliable two-way center in his time at Clarkson. Nick Halloran-Sr.-Colorado College ‘97 Halloran came into last season as one of the top free agents available, drawing interest from a number of teams. But a chronic hip injury slowed him down, and ultimately ended his season early when he opted to have surgery to repair it—his second surgery after having the opposite hip repaired previously. Now back for his senior year, Halloran looks more like the player that had scouts interested two years ago. He drives the offense on Colorado College’s top line, using his hockey sense and playmaking ability to lead his team in assists. Max Johnson-Jr.-Bowling Green ‘98 Johnson is a strong, skilled power forward, that excels in making plays in the dirty areas around the net, while also having the skating ability to play a 200-foot game. He’s off to a slower start statistically this season after a career year as a sophomore, but at his best, his combination of grit and skill is very intriguing. Alex Limoges-Jr.-Penn State ‘97 Limoges’ offensive production sometimes gets overlooked because he plays in the wide open Penn State offense, but his skating ability and the way he handles the puck is good enough that it would play anywhere. He’s had a slow start to the season and unlikely to reach the 50-point mark like he did last season, but is still a talented player with a lot of offensive upside. Ludwig Stenlund-Soph.-Niagara ‘97 Stenlund isn’t likely to draw a lot of national attention because he is playing on one of the worst teams in college hockey this season. But he had an outstanding freshman season scoring 42 points in 41 games, and having a hand in about one out of every three goals scored by Niagara. He’s a big forward that could be a nice scoring threat if surrounded with a little more help. His strong rookie campaign earned him an invite to New York Islanders development camp last summer. Parker Tuomie-Sr.-Minnesota State ‘95 Having already turned 24 years old, Tuomie barely qualifies as a prospect at this point, but he’s been a very effective NCAA player for four years now, playing a strong, fast 200-foot game that should translate well to the pro level. Johnny Walker-Jr.-Arizona State ‘96 Walker has carried Arizona State’s offense for the past two seasons, but it is his willingness to play with a physical edge that will most likely get him a look in the NHL. Walker is a pest that is excellent at getting under the skin of the opposition, while still being skilled enough that he could justify a spot in an NHL line-up. Link
  2. You can never have enough talented players in the system. Here, for your perusal, are five undrafted NCAA free agents who are generating significant interest from NHL teams this spring: 1. LD Connor Mackey - Junior, Minnesota State (Mankato) 6-foot-2, 200 pounds Age: 23 Stats: 34 GP, 6 goals, 17 assists, 23 points Exactly 28 of the NHL’s 31 teams have expressed interest in Mackey since he set foot on Mankato’s campus. He was highly sought after last season but returned for his junior campaign and set some ground rules: no contact from NHL teams after Christmas so he could focus completely on the season. Seven NHL teams personally met with Mackey before Christmas, two others have joined the fray since, and all nine are willing to offer Mackey a chance to immediately step into the NHL this season and burn the first year off his entry-level contract. Mackey, 23, has NHL bloodlines - his father, David, played 126 games - and he’s expected to set a new college career high in points as a big blueliner who can skate. 2. G John Lethemon - Senior, Michigan State 6-foot-2, 190 pounds Age: 23 Stats: 31 GP, 2.10 GAA, .937 SV% Lethemon would probably scoff at the notion that he is a “late bloomer.” The 6-foot-2 netminder has started nearly half of the Spartans’ games each of his four seasons in East Lansing. There were NHL teams – including the Winnipeg Jets – that had interest in spending a late-round pick on Lethemon back when he was draft eligible. Plus, goaltenders routinely take the longest to develop. But it’s this season – with his consistency and the third-best save percentage in the country – that has really caught the eye of NHL teams. He cemented his status as the premiere free agent goalie when he outduelled the other candidate, Penn State’s Peyton Jones, in a 48-save shutout in Happy Valley in November. There are six or seven clubs with serious interest. For Lethemon, it will all be about the best fit as opposed to just upfront dollars because he has his eyes set on a long and fruitful pro career - a mirror of his time at Michigan State. 3. LD Brinson Pasichnuk - Senior, Arizona State 5-foot-10, 208 pounds Age: 22 Stats: 36 GP, 11 goals, 26 assists, 37 points The waiting has been the hardest part for Pasichnuk. Since the Sun Devils are an independent, they don’t have a conference tournament and automatic bid. The team has been sitting around since Feb. 22 waiting to find out whether their season will continue in the NCAA tournament. Pasichnuk is an undersized, but thickly built offensive genius who is third among all defenceman in the nation in scoring this year. The co-captain and power play quarterback, seemingly on the ice half the game with fellow undrafted free agent Josh Maniscalco, is very likely to step into the NHL this season. After 20 teams displayed varied interest, the Bonnyville, Alta., native is believed to be down to three suitors. All three are willing to have him burn the year on his entry-level deal this season. Now the hope is that the wait, almost like an NHL training camp for Pasichnuk, will not cost him some meaningful pro games. 4. LW Drew O’Connor - Sophomore, Dartmouth 6-foot-3, 200 pounds Age: 21 Stats: 29 GP, 21 goals, 11 assists, 32 points The ECAC’s Co-Player of the Year has sprouted into a can’t-miss find. O’Connor was just 5-foot-8 at age 18, a big reason he wasn’t on NHL radars in his draft year, but has grown to 6-foot-3 while playing for the appropriately named for the Big Green. NHL teams have flocked to watch O’Connor, who they see as a legitimate NHL power forward prospect with a nose for the net. His 38 goals (in 68 games) are the third most in the country over the last two seasons – with a 16 per cent shooting percentage this season – but his overall game has grown as much as his body. There is definitely no shortage of NHL interest in O’Connor, but there is no guarantee the sophomore will decide to leave school early. 5. RW Mitchell Chaffee - Junior, Massachusetts 6 feet, 200 pounds Age: 22 Stats: 30 GP, 16 goals, 13 assists, 29 points If Cale Makar was UMass’ engine on their Frozen Four run last year, Chaffee was one of the key cogs offensively. He took home the Herb Gallagher Award as best forward as voted by the New England College Hockey Writers, won the Hockey East scoring title, and was named a first-team All-American. Those accolades don’t come by accident, even if they didn’t bring quite as much name recognition. This season, Chaffee’s total point production has dipped a bit with the departure of some significant talent from the team, but he’s on track to set a new career high in goals. Scouts see Chaffee as a talented skater whose game has matured, and one who could well find his way to the NHL. The Michigan native and two-time Hockey East All-Academic team player will have plenty of options available if he decides to depart Amherst after three years. Also under consideration: C Josh Dunne (Clarkson), C Patrick Khodorenko (Michigan State), C Will Graber (Dartmouth), LD Matt Kiersted (North Dakota), LW Marc Michaelis (Minnesota State/Mankato), LD Colton Poolman (North Dakota), RD Josh Maniscalco (Arizona State). Link
  3. Tim Schaller is apparently the NHL player going back the other way. Quote Tweet Pierre LeBrun So to recap: Tyler Toffoli (no salary retained on his $4.6 M AAV) to Vancouver for Tim Schaller ($1.9 M AAV), prospect Tyler Madden, a 2nd RD pick this year plus a conditional 4th in '22 if Toffoli re-signs with Van City.
  4. Here’s a look at some of the forwards that should be on NHL radars (Canucks' management???)as potential NHL free agent signings: Roman Ahcan-Soph.-Wisconsin ‘99 Size is a big limiting factor when he was Draft eligible, but since then, he has proven he can play the type of fast, physical game that one needs to succeed at the pro level. He’s not a traditional NHL prospect, but fits the mold of a Karson Kuhlman, whose speed and grit have earned him NHL time with the Boston Bruins. Corey Andonovski-Soph.-Princeton ‘99 Andonovski had a quiet rookie season last year for Princeton playing behind two of the top free agents in college hockey in Max Veronneau and Ryan Kuffner, but looks primed for a breakout season in his second year. He was a fringe NHL Draft prospect in his first year of eligibility in 2017, making Central Scouting’s draft rankings, but ultimately went unpicked. Since then, Andonovski has continued to fill out physically, becoming a better skater and showing good hockey sense and scoring touch around the net. Cal Burke-Sr.-Notre Dame ‘97 Burke has always been a player that excelled at doing the little things to make his team better that didn’t always get noticed. Now, as a senior, he is finally starting to get some of the credit he deserves as he leads Notre Dame in scoring, and is captaining an Irish team that looks to be one of the best in the country. He doesn’t project as much of a scorer at the pro level, but is a very mature, responsible player that should play his role well. He attended Washington’s prospect development camp last summer. Mitchell Chaffee-Jr.-UMass ‘98 One of the major figures in UMass’ dramatic turnaround over the past three years, Chaffee was among the leading scorers for the Minutemen in each of first two years, and projects to be their leading scorer again this year, possibly even improving on his sophomore scoring total, despite no longer playing with Cale Makar. He’s likely to earn first team All-Hockey East honors for the second straight year in a league packed with good NHL prospects. Chaffee isn’t overly tall, but extremely strong and a good skater. His strength and toughness make him difficult to defend against and could make him an effective pro. Casey Dornbach-Soph.-Harvard ‘97 Dornbach really blossomed as a prospect in his final year of junior hockey and has developed into a premier playmaking forward in college hockey. His ability to handle the puck and distribute it to teammates is elite and should earn him some looks from NHL teams. Josh Dunne-F-Clarkson ‘97 There’s a favorable comparison to be made between Dunne and his teammate last season, Nico Sturm, who was one of the top free agents available in college hockey. Dunne is a big power forward that protects the puck well, plays hard one both ends of the ice, and has developed into a very reliable two-way center in his time at Clarkson. Nick Halloran-Sr.-Colorado College ‘97 Halloran came into last season as one of the top free agents available, drawing interest from a number of teams. But a chronic hip injury slowed him down, and ultimately ended his season early when he opted to have surgery to repair it—his second surgery after having the opposite hip repaired previously. Now back for his senior year, Halloran looks more like the player that had scouts interested two years ago. He drives the offense on Colorado College’s top line, using his hockey sense and playmaking ability to lead his team in assists. Max Johnson-Jr.-Bowling Green ‘98 Johnson is a strong, skilled power forward, that excels in making plays in the dirty areas around the net, while also having the skating ability to play a 200-foot game. He’s off to a slower start statistically this season after a career year as a sophomore, but at his best, his combination of grit and skill is very intriguing. Alex Limoges-Jr.-Penn State ‘97 Limoges’ offensive production sometimes gets overlooked because he plays in the wide open Penn State offense, but his skating ability and the way he handles the puck is good enough that it would play anywhere. He’s had a slow start to the season and unlikely to reach the 50-point mark like he did last season, but is still a talented player with a lot of offensive upside. Ludwig Stenlund-Soph.-Niagara ‘97 Stenlund isn’t likely to draw a lot of national attention because he is playing on one of the worst teams in college hockey this season. But he had an outstanding freshman season scoring 42 points in 41 games, and having a hand in about one out of every three goals scored by Niagara. He’s a big forward that could be a nice scoring threat if surrounded with a little more help. His strong rookie campaign earned him an invite to New York Islanders development camp last summer. Parker Tuomie-Sr.-Minnesota State ‘95 Having already turned 24 years old, Tuomie barely qualifies as a prospect at this point, but he’s been a very effective NCAA player for four years now, playing a strong, fast 200-foot game that should translate well to the pro level. Johnny Walker-Jr.-Arizona State ‘96 Walker has carried Arizona State’s offense for the past two seasons, but it is his willingness to play with a physical edge that will most likely get him a look in the NHL. Walker is a pest that is excellent at getting under the skin of the opposition, while still being skilled enough that he could justify a spot in an NHL line-up. Link
  5. Cam Robinson’s 2019 NHL Draft Rankings – April 2019 by Cam Robinson on April 18, 2019 Jack Hughes, C / 05-14-01 / 5’10 170lbs / USNTDP Elite skating. Elite edges. Elite puck skills. Vision, creativity, and the spatial awareness to embarrass the opposition on a nightly basis. He’s at his very best with the puck on his stick and surrounded by intelligent mates. The most productive player in USNTDP history will also be the first to ever step out of The Program and directly into the NHL. Kaapo Kakko, RW / 02-13-01 / 6’2 194lbs / Liiga The most prolific U18 goal scorer in Liiga history blends power and precision. There are no holes in his game, as he’s a threat to dish it, finish it, or look for another option. Will immediately step into an NHL top six and produce tangible results. This is no consolation prize, Kakko brings first-overall talent. Alex Turcotte, C / 02-26-01 / 5’11 189lbs / USNTDP Across-the-board talent with a smart and efficient style. Great offensive instincts, quick acceleration and already the most complete two-way player in the crop. A constant battler, with underrated puck skills. Injuries stole the first portion of his season, but he dominated upon returning. A coach’s dream. Vasili Podkolzin, RW / 06-24-01 / 6’1 190lbs / VHL An absolute pit bull. Podkolzin offers high-end offensive awareness, lightning quick hands and a confrontational style. Despite some muted point totals coming from his club team, he’s made a habit of showing up in a big way on the international stage. A potential high-end producer in the NHL. Trevor Zegras, C / 03-20-01 / 6’ 168lbs / USNTDP A creative player with exciting puck skills. Zegras blends good speed with unique lines to cause separation through the neutral zone and distribute effectively to his mates. If you weren’t looking at the nameplate, you may confuse him with Hughes on occasion. High-end production follows him around; as does the puck. The best pure passer in the crop. His blend of patience, visions and soft touch will fill more than a few barrels full of apples in the bigs. Bowen Byram, LHD / 07-13-01 / 6’1 193lbs / WHL An explosive skater who can act as a one-man breakout. He blends his terrific acceleration and north-south speed with lateral edge work and play creation through the neutral zone. Owns a heavy shot that is effective in all situations. His quick hands that embarrass oncoming forwards at the offensive blueline. Can get caught at times, but you take the good with the bad. An efficient power play quarterback in the making. Set a WHL record with SIX overtime winners. Can you say, clutch? Kirby Dach, C / 01-21-01 / 6’4 199lbs / WHL A pass-first centre who owns great awareness and deft puck skills. Uses his body well to protect the puck and exploit seams. He lacks explosiveness with his skating and can stand to play with more pace at times. But this is a player with a huge upside. Can pile up points in bunches. Smart. Matthew Boldy, LW / 04-05-01 / 6’2 192lbs / USNTDP Silky, silky, silky. Boldy loves to use his teammates and takes pride in his soft touch and exceptional vision. Owns a deadly release to compliment the play creation. Acts a chameleon by providing exactly what is needed depending on his mates or the situation. Off to Boston College in the fall. Dylan Cozens, C / 02-09-01 / 6’3 181lbs / WHL A long, powerful stride drives his elite speed. He’s a complete player with skill to burn in a sizable frame. Cozens owns an accurate and heavy release and uses that threat to look-off defenders and slide crisp passes into his mate’s wheelhouses. Loves to win one-on-one battles. Top-10 production in the WHL in your draft year is nothing to sneeze at. Peyton Krebs, C / 01-26-01 / 5’11 180lbs / WHL The supremely skilled forward is elusive and shifty with the puck. Takes creative lines to dangerous areas of the ice. The type of player that sees plays develop before those around him and uses that to exploit the opposition. Owns terrific puck skills. First-line talent with a fourth-line work ethic. A playmaker who can impact the game on any shift. Everything runs through him in Kootenay… I mean Winnipeg. Cole Caufield, RW / 01-02-01 / 5’6 162lbs / USNTDP Hyper-skilled but undersized winger brings all the offensive tools you can handle. Owns the best release in the class and that helped him click at a goal-per-game with The Program. Owns good edge work and a non-stop motor but could use that extra gear at his stature. A pure finisher. Victor Söderström, RHD / 02-26-01 / 5’11 176lbs / SHL A puck-moving and fast-paced blueliner who loves to create offence. Enjoys controlling the pace of play. Quick outlets, sharp edges and nice vision. Could use more power on his shot. Maybe not as high an offensive ceiling as some other blueliners in this group, but has a very high floor. Bobby Brink, C / 07-08-01 / 5’10 165lbs / USHL A deadly offensive player with quick hands, quick feet, and a nose for finishing plays. Tore the USHL apart this season while adding a standout performance at the World Junior A Championships. The Denver commit may not go this early, but he should. Ville Heinola, LHD / 03-02-01 / 5’11 178lbs / Liiga A talented and effective offensive defenseman who boasts quick acceleration and expert edgework. Makes smart decisions with the puck and already looks confident in the top men’s league. He’ll need to continue to improve his positioning as his stature doesn’t allow him to outmuscle. Had a very nice WJC on the top pair for Finland. Already a pro. For a more in-depth look, check out our Deep Dive on Heinola Alex Newhook, C / 01-28-01 / 5’11 195lbs / BCHL Speed for days and the disregard for safety to use it anywhere. Dangerous hands, good hockey sense and is equally deadly with the pass or the shot. Already a strong defensive player and effective penalty-killer. Destroyed the BCHL the last two seasons. A new challenge awaits as he heads to Boston College in the fall. Pavel Dorofeyev, W / 10-26-00 / 6’ 163lbs / MHL Shoot-first winger has a knack for scoring big goals. Slight and slippery, he is elusive in the offensive end. Smooth puck skills and the heavy release highlight his skill package. Good balance in traffic despite lacking some strength. Cam York, LHD / 01-05-01 / 5’11 175lbs / USNTDP A mobile and calm defender with tremendous skating ability. Effective on the power play and owns the mobility needed to clean up any mistakes he makes. Defensively, his positioning and use of stick continue to improve. Lots to like about his upside. An all-around player. Arthur Kaliyev, RW / 06-26-01 / 6’2 190lbs / OHL Shoot-first winger who knows how to find the back of the net. Somewhat one-dimensional but that dimension is spectacular. Changes the release point and angle to exploit netminders. Protects the puck well. Engagement is an issue. As are his first few strides. There’s a potential boom here with a hint of bust sprinkled in. Moritz Seider, RHD / 6’4 183lbs / 04-06-01 / DEL Mobile right-shot defender with good instincts and a projectable frame. A little rough around the edges, but that doesn’t hide his massive upside. An athletic piece of clay just waiting to be moulded into a work of art. Philip Broberg, LHD / 06-25-01 / 6’3 199lbs / Allsvenskan One of the more powerful skating strides in this class. At his size, his ability to wheel out of the zone is unique. Lacks the puck-handling skills necessary to be proficient offensively at it at this stage though. Can be accused of trying to do too much. Oozes potential. A raw prospect with big upside. Spencer Knight, G / 04-19-01 / 6’3 194lbs / USNTDP Talented netminder who blends quickness and strong positioning. Size, athleticism and a strong pedigree. Isn’t shaken by a soft goal or bad outing – a great sign for the mental side of the position. Thomas Harley, LHD / 08-19-01 / 6’3 188lbs /OHL An efficient and play-driving defender with good size and speed. He not only accepted a larger role with Mississauga this year, but he’s also thrived with it. Improved lateral quickness and overall speed from last season make him more of a threat off the rush. Just a few weeks shy of being eligible for the 2020 class. High upside. Nils Höglander, LW / 12-20-00 / 5’9 185lbs / SHL A skilled winger with good acceleration and a better release. Plays bigger than his size and has looked capable in the SHL this season. Quick cuts and quicker hands allow him to dart in and out of traffic. Ryan Suzuki, C / 05-28-01 / 6’ 176lbs / OHL Creative and efficient playmaking pivot. He boasts a level of vision and soft touch that few possess in this class. Very poised and patient with the puck. Plus speed. Can get lost on the perimeter for stretches. Nicholas Robertson, LW / 09-11-01 / 5’9 168lbs / OHL A great skater who blends quick acceleration with quick edges. Owns high-end puck skills, vision, and a developing release. One of the youngest players in the crop. A fun player to root for. Philip Tomasino, C / 07-28-01 / 6’ 181lbs / OHL A highly intelligent, two-way centre with good puck skills and a penchant for scoring big goals. Quick stride, good puck-skills and a heavy release. Underrated playmaker. His developmental arc has been racing upwards while being a standout on an elite OHL team – no easy feat for a 17-year-old. Jakob Pelletier, LW/C / 03-07-01 / 5’9 161lbs / QMJHL Lightning quick hands, tight edges, and a flair for the dramatic. Despite his size, he’s not afraid to cut into the dirty area of the rink. Already a deft two-way threat and can play all three forward positions. Would like to see even better acceleration and top-end speed for his size. Albin Grewe (Gree-veh), RW / 03-22-01 / 6’ 187lbs / SHL A high-energy player with speed, physicality and offensive instincts. Terrific one-on-one skills. Is likely projected to a middle six role, but his blend of tools will make him a fan favourite and an opponent’s nightmare. Ilya Nikolayev, C / 06-26-01 / 6’ 190lbs / MHL A capable and all-around centre who shines in pressure situations. Is as effective on the penalty kill as he is on the power play. Nice vision, an accurate release and a non-stop motor. Matthew Robertson, LHD / 03-09-01 / 6’3 201lbs / WHL A smart defender who blends size and mobility. Can impact any situation while chewing up big minutes. Won’t blow you away with his offensive creativity, but makes intelligent plays and has a heavy shot from the point. A safe selection. Raphaël Lavoie, C / 09-25-00 / 6’4 192lbs / QMJHL Powerful forward boasts a deadly release that’s as heavy as it is accurate. Protects the puck well and forces his way into dangerous areas. Just 10 days shy of being eligible for the 2018 crop. Gets around well for his size, but quicker acceleration is needed. Samuel Poulin, LW / 02-25-01 / 6’1 208lbs / QMJHL Ryan Johnson, LHD / 07-24-01 / 5’11 169lbs / USHL Connor McMichael, C / 01-15-01 / 6’ 170lbs / OHL Mikko Kokkonen, LHD / 01-18-01 / 5’11 190lbs / Liiga Samuel Fagemo, W / 03-14-00 / 5’11 190lbs / SHL * Robert Mastrosimone, C / 01-24-01 / 5’10 170lbs / USHL Tobias Bjornfot, LHD / 04-06-01 / 6’ 187lbs / SuperElit Antti Tuomisto, LHD / 01-20-01 / 6’3 191 / Jr. A SM-liiga Brett Leason, C / 04-30-99 / 6’4 205lbs / WHL ** Yegor Afanasyev, LW / 01-23-01 / 6’4 201lbs / USHL Patrik Puistola, LW / 01-11-01 / 6’ 170lbs / Mestis Lassi Thomson, RHD / 09-24-00 / 6’ 187lbs / WHL Albert Johansson, LHD / 01-04-01 / 6’ 168lbs /SuperElit Yegor Spiridonov, C/LW / 01-22-01 / 6’2 192lbs / MHL Kaedan Korczak, RHD / 01-29-01 / 6’3 192lbs / WHL Vladislav Firstov, LW / 06-19-01 / 6’1 181lbs / USHL Nathan Légaré, RW / 01-11-01 / 6’ 196lbs / QMJHL Brayden Tracey, LW / 05-28-01 / 6’ 168lbs / WHL Blake Murray, C / 07-05-01 / 6’1 179lbs / OHL Shane Pinto, C / 11-12-00 / 6’2 185lbs / USHL John Beecher, C / 05-04-01 / 6’3 201 / USNTDP Anttoni Honka, RHD / 10-05-00 / 5’10 170lbs / Liiga Nolan Foote, LW / 11-29-00 / 6’3 187lbs / WHL Alex Vlasic, LHD / 07-25-01 / 6’6 192lbs / USNTDP Pyotr Kochetkov, G / 07-25-99 / 6’3 205lbs / KHL * Danil Misyul, LHD / 10-20-00 / 6’3 176lbs / MHL Simon Holmstrom, W / 05-24-01 / 5’11 172lbs / SuperElit Michal Teply, LW / 05-27-01 / 6’2 163lbs / Czech Tuukka Tieksola, RW / 06-22-01 / 5’10 157lbs / Jr. A SM-liiga Jordan Spence, RHD / 02-24-01 / 5’10 165lbs / QMJHL Henry Thrun, LHD / 03-12-01 / 6’1 183lbs / USNTDP Sasha Mutala, RW / 05-06-01 / 6’ 190lbs / WHL Henri Nikkanen, C / 04-28-01 / 6’2 185lbs / Jr. A SM-liiga Vladislav Kolyachonok, LHD / 05-26-01 / 6’2 181lbs / OHL Adam Beckman, LW / 05-10-01 / 6’1 168lbs / WHL John Farinacci, C / 02-14-01 / 6’ 181lbs / USHS-Prep Matias Maccelli, LW / 10-14-00 / 5’11 170lbs / USHL Daniil Gutik, LW / 08-31-01 /6’3 179lbs / MHL Maxim Cajkovic, RW / 01-03-01 / 5’10 187lbs / QMJHL Hugo Alnefelt, G / 06-04-01 / 6’3 194lbs / SuperElit Marshall Warren, LHD / 04-20-01 / 5’11 170lbs / USNTDP Jackson LaCombe, LHD / 01-09-01 /6’1 176lbs / USHS-Prep Billy Constantinou, RHD / 03-25-01 / 6’ 185lbs / OHL Graeme Clarke, RW / 04-24-01 / 5’11 175lbs / OHL Nikita Alexandrov, C / 09-16-00 / 5’11 183lbs / QMJHL Mads Søgaard, G / 12-13-00 / 6’7 190lbs / WHL Karl Henriksson, C / 02-05-01 / 5’9 174lbs / SuperElit Yaroslav Likhachyov, RW/ 09-02-01 / 5’11 168lbs /QMJHL Antti Saarela, C / 06-27-01 / 5’11 176lbs/ Jr. SM-Liiga Dustin Wolf, G / 04-16-01 / 6’ 150lbs / WHL Lucas Feulk, C / 02-19-01 / 6’ 185lbs / SuperElit Matvei Guskov, C / 01-30-01 / 6’1 172lbs / OHL Marcus Kallionkieli, LW / 03-20-01 / 6’1 176lbs / USHL Jamieson Rees, C / 02-26-01 / 5’10 172lbs / OHL Reece Newkirk, C / 02-20-01 / 5’11 170lbs / WHL Artemi Knyazev, LHD / 01-04-01 / 5’11 176lbs / QMJHL Martin Hugo Has, RHD / 02-02-01 / 6’4 187lbs / Jr. A SM-liiga Kristian Tanus, LW / 08-17-00 / 5’8 160lbs / Liiga * Luke Toporowski, LW / 04-12-01 / 5’10 170lbs / WHL Ben Brinkman, LHD / 10-04-00 / 6’1 215lbs / NCAA Dillon Hamaliuk, LW / 10-30-00 / 6’3 201lbs / WHL Erik Portillo, G / 09-03-00 / 6’6 207lbs / SuperElit * *overage player Link
  6. Time for Jim Benning to sign this prospect now that Gaudette is signed!