Tag Archives: Andrei Svechnikov

2018 NHL Mock Draft – Round One

The best thing about doing mock drafts is how confident you are when you write them, and then how wrong you end up being.

That’s exactly why the mock draft you are reading right now has been deleted and started again several times.

I’ve always struggled outside the top three when it comes to my mock drafts, the only year I didn’t nail the top three was in 2016 when the Columbus Blue Jackets selected Pierre Luc Dubois with the third pick despite most predicting they’d take Jesse Puljujarvi.

After that, my track record isn’t great. So have a look at who I’ve projected to go where but after the first round is completed on June 22nd, please don’t point out my mistakes, I’ll be aware of them already.

Kevin Hoffman – Getty Images

Continue reading 2018 NHL Mock Draft – Round One

Getting to know you – Andrei Svechnikov

Source: Sportsnet.ca

Once Rasmus Dahlin goes first overall, the real draft gets closer, but even after number one, Andrei Svechnikov going second is almost a dead certainty.

The 18-year-old from Barnaul, Russia has spent the past two seasons in North America, adapting to the style of play ready to make an impact in the NHL.

He spent all of 2016-17 with Muskegon in the USHL, leading the team with 58 points in 48 games.

Continue reading Getting to know you – Andrei Svechnikov

Svechnikov V Zadina, who should go second?

Source: Futureconsiderations.ca

There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that when the 2018 NHL Draft gets underway next week, Rasmus Dahlin will be the first name off the board.

Continue reading Svechnikov V Zadina, who should go second?