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  1. Can I just say again how glad I am that we were able to extend Clark?!
  2. From OHL prospect writer/ McKeen's scout Brock Otten: 19. Connor Lockhart - Center/Wing - Erie Otters A former highly touted U16 player, Lockhart was the third overall pick in the 2019 OHL Priority Selection; and with good reason. This is an intelligent, creative, and well rounded offensive player. Equal parts playmaker and goal scorer, Lockhart has that unique ability to alter pace and control the offensive zone, taking what the defense gives him, rather than forcing options that aren't there. Armed with a quick release and excellent instincts, Lockhart certainly has the pote
  3. LW | 6'0" | 165 lbs Shoots | Right Born | 2003-09-05 Draft | 2021 Round 7 #201 Overall by Vancouver Canucks
  4. D | 6'2" | 190lbs Shoots | Right Born | 2003-04-11 Draft | 2021 Round 5 #140 Overall by Vancouver Canucks
  5. Detailed scouting report. Relentless motor, good hands, and it seems like skating is mostly mechanical issues that can be fixed. Once he works with a skating coach, he’ll be closer to Podkolzin than Virtanen IMO. Imagine if Virtanen had the work ethics to forecheck and backcheck in losing games…
  6. From Benning: SN: And it looks like they’ll be joined by another young forward in Nils Hoglander, the 20-year-old who was the story of your camp. You said months ago that you thought Hoglander would be able to play in the NHL this season even though his stats in Sweden were just OK. How did you know? JB: Because the things that he is really good at, we figured they would translate to the smaller ice surface and the North American game. He may look small but he’s five-foot-nine and 190 pounds and strong on the puck. In the scrimmage the other day, he went behind the net and bat
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