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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 Jeremy Roy for being selected 23rd overall by the Vancouver Canucks!

Who will the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Winnipeg Jets select 24th and 25th overall respectively?


Current Leafs Prospects

Current Jets Prospects

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


A very competitive center who uses his size, skill, and skating to power to the net and create scoring chances. Possesses an elite-level shot, great vision, and slick puckhandling skills; as a result, it's no surprise that he has a natural knack for scoring big goals. Offensive catalyst, but also defensively responsible. Plays a creative, 200-foot game. All-in-all, an intelligent, scoring center that is productive at both ends of the ice. Source


Brandon Carlo is an industrious, shift-by-shift defenceman who lets the game come to him rather than chasing the play; he is able to quickly adapt to the pace of the game on the fly. Through maneuvering his way around the ice and making high-percentage, skilled decisions in all three zones, he is able to shut opposition offense down before it begins to take shape. Carlo is a smooth skater who can control the puck very well and get into open areas for scoring chances; that being said, he does and will need help finding offense due to his natural defensive style of play. All-in-all, a towering, defensive d-man that has very few holes in his game and is physically ready to make the next step. Source


Age: 18

Birthplace: Amsterdam, NED

Position: Rightwing

Height: 6'0

Weight: 183 lbs

Current League: QMJHL: Charlottetown Checkers

Player Info: A prolific scoring winger who possesses an elite-level skillset: has dynamic skating ability, is a creative passer, and has incredible puckhandling ability. While he is offensively dominant, he is also defensively responsible. A very hard working player who strives to improve all aspects of his game. Absolutely electric. Source

Jake Debrusk

Age: 18

Birthplace: Edmonton, AB, CAN

Position: Left Wing

Height: 6'0

Weight: 176 lbs

Current League: WHL: Swift Current Broncos

Player Info: A two-way winger with good mobility and scoring ability. Willing to battle in the dirty areas and can always find the puck and make the smart play below the hashmarks. Shows good creativity and deception with the puck. Good individual skills and makes good use of any time and space found. DeBrusk won't beat you up physically, but he can definitely beat you up on the scoreboard. All-in-all, a competitive two-way winger with the natural goal scorer's instincts. Source

Jeremy Bracco

Age: 18

Birthplace: Freeport, NY, USA

Position: Centre/Right Wing

Height: 5'9

Weight: 172 lbs

Current League: NCAA: Boston College (2015-2016 Season)

Player Info: He's small, that's for sure. Coming in at 5'9" 172 lbs, he would be considered too small for the NHL by scouts, coaches, general managers, analysts, and the list goes on. With his lack of size, Jeremy Bracco nullifies it with his incredible offensive skill. Perhaps he is small, but he's hard to get off the puck due to his elite skating and stride. Once he gets going, it's difficult to catch up. He strikes me so much of what Patrick Kane was when he was at his age, but Bracco has found a bit more success oddly enough. Kane put up 68 points (33 goals, 35 assists) with the U.S. National U18 Team, while Bracco put up 94 points (30 goals, 64 assists.) 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 - Travis Konecny

15. Calgary - Yevgeni Svechnikov

16. Edmonton - Thomas Chabot

17. Winnipeg - Paul Bittner

18. Ottawa - Colin White

19. Detroit - Jansen Harkins

20. Minnesota - Nick Merkley

21. Buffalo - Jakub Zboril

22. Washington - Denis Guryanov

23. Vancouver - Jeremy Roy

24. Toronto -

25. Winnipeg -

26. Montreal -

27. Anaheim -

28. Tampa Bay -

29. Philadelphia -

30. Arizona -

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