Alexis Lafrenière was hyped as a superstar ahead of the 2020 NHL Draft. He was the clear-cut number one pick and was supposed to be an instant impact player for the Rangers. That was in October 2020. Fast forward just over a year later and 76 games into his NHL career, Lafrenière has not been the player we all expected.
Connor Bedard is projected to be the first overall pick in the 2023 NHL Draft. After an otherwordly performance in his rookie WHL season, what can we expect in his sophmore season?
The NHL talent pool for U23 players has arguably never been better. Find out where your favourite team's top young star ranks in the Top 20 Under 23 list!
It’s almost as if everyone has forgotten about Xavier Simoneau. Last season, by some, he was considered one of the better prospects in the 2019 NHL Draft, including me who had him ranked at 43 and even toyed around with putting him in the first round at parts in the season. To see him go … Continue reading Why Xavier Simoneau Is One of the Most Underrated Prospects in the NHL Draft (Again)
Quinton Byfield and Tim Stützle are the consensus top two players after Alexis Lafreniere. Who is the better prospect?
The son of former NHLer Yanic Perreault, center Jacob Perreault was having himself quite a campaign with the Ontario Hockey League's Sarnia Sting up until this season's conclusion in early March. Starting the season as an "A" rated prospect by NHL Central Scouting, Perreault established himself firmly in the conversation to be a top 20 … Continue reading 2020 NHL Draft Profile: Jacob Perreault