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(14th and 15th Picks) CDC's 2015 NHL Entry Draft Rankings


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We're back for the 2nd annual CDC Draft Rankings!

General Information

As per normal, the vote will be specific to the team drafting in that slot, you will have 10 players to choose from in the vote

(starting with the top 10 players ranked in the ISS Top 30 draft eligible players) . Make your choice not only by skill, but by team needs as well. Every couple of days I will create a new thread with the results of the vote, and a new vote for the next team. I will also post information about the next 5 players in the ISS top 30. Below the team's logo, you can click to see their current prospects over at Hockey's Future to have more organizational insight. Enjoy and make sure to come back for each vote!

(Remember that you're voting for what team will pick who in their position. Not just what team should draft what player.)

Congratulations to Timo Meier and Kyle Connor for being selected 12th and 13th overall respectively by the Dallas Stars and the Los Angeles Kings!

Who will the Boston Bruins and the Calgary Flames draft 14th and 15th overall respectively?

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Current Bruins Prospects

Current Flames Prospects

According to the ISS Rankings, these are the next top 5 draft eligible players.

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A talented scoring forward that can play either as a center or on the wing; plays with the bite and intensity of a guy who is willing to do anything to win a game. Possesses dynamic skating ability that allows him to accelerate rapidly with each step, incredible hockey sense, electrifying puckhandling skills, and a lightning release on his shot; when you put this skillset together with hard-nosed determination, proactiveness in all three zones, and a physical willingness to grind and persevere, you get a game-changer who can be extremely difficult to play against. Source

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A big-bodied power forward that plays with tenacity and an edge. Relentless on the forecheck and is able to bully his way to the net with his size and speed. Has a good stick around the net and has an accurate rocket of a shot. Thinks the game well and is able to frustrate opposing players while playing physically. All-in-all, an impact player that uses his size and skill to his advantage. Gaining consistency will be integral to his future success. Source

PvH1Pqs.jpgA prolific scoring threat, Colin White is a strong 3-zone player with an eye for scoring chances. Thinks the game at a high level and always seeks to make an impact on the ice, with or without the puck. Never seems to be outbodied and is an exceptional skater. Puck-possession is definitely a strength. All-in-all, a skilled, 200-foot player that does all of the little things right and is able to make a large impact on the game and its outcome. Source

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A quick-thinking two-way defenseman that is able to make fast decisions and help his team whenever he is on the ice. Possesses excellent mobility and has good individual puck skills; can catch the opposition off guard with his speed. All-in-all, a player who strives to be better with every shift, staying a student of the game. Has the potential to flourish into a very reliable all-around defenseman that can eat up minutes. Source

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Incredibly skilled offensive winger. Has a remarkably accurate shot to go along with some magic hands. Could be better defensively, but his game is based around his acute sense of what is happening on the ice in the offensive zone. All-in-all, a deadly player who possesses good size, elite-level skill, and smooth skating. Source

Draft Order

1. Edmonton - Connor McDavid

2. Buffalo - Jack Eichel

3. Arizona - Dylan Strome

4. Toronto - Noah Hanifin

5. Carolina - Mitchell Marner

6. New Jersey - Matthew Barzal

7. Philadelphia - Lawson Crouse

8. Columbus - Ivan Provorov

9. San Jose - Mikko Rantanen

10. Colorado - Zack Werenski

11. Florida - Pavel Zacha

12. Dallas - Timo Meier

13. Los Angeles - Kyle Connor

14. Boston -

15. Calgary -

16. Edmonton -

17. Winnipeg -

18. Ottawa -

19. Detroit -

20. Minnesota -

21. Buffalo -

22. Washington -

23. Vancouver -

24. Toronto -

25. Winnipeg -

26. Montreal -

27. Anaheim -

28. Tampa Bay -

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Other than goaltending, and maybe at the centre ice position, I had no idea how thin Boston's prospect pool was... Boston should go with Svechnikov. BPA (as far as I'm concerned), and can play on any wing.

Calgary should go with Harkins, but since he isn't on the list, I'll go with Eriksson-Ek (OMGGG KOPITARZZZ comparable).

Edit: I hope Boston takes Bittner. :lol:

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