Tyson Foerster has garnered some attention with his high-flying draft season. Relatively unheard of before the season, he has burst onto the scene and into the discussion as a 1st round pick.
Left-handed defenseman (LHD) Jake Sanderson has been rising up draft boards for the 2020 NHL Draft. Bob McKenzie’s midseason list had him at number 9, sparking a lot of discussion online.
The crop of Americans in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft is an interesting group. They are sandwiched in between what was a great class in 2019, and what appears to be a great class in 2021.
After we released our January draft rankings just over a week ago, we asked for some questions on the rankings or about the draft in general. Thanks to everyone who submitted a question.
John-Jason Peterka RW, EHC München (DEL) 5’11″/192 lbs., 18.05 years TPN Rank: #21 Strengths: Electrifying skater with great straight-line speed that opens up space for himself and his teammates. Peterka’s speed makes him very deadly in transition, often catching defenders unprepared to defend him properly, leaving gaps in the ice which he often compromises on.Fluidity … Continue reading 2020 NHL Draft Profile: John-Jason Peterka