Day two of the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championships got underway with an early face-off between Russia and Denmark, with four games on the schedule again that ended with Finland taking on Kazakhstan who returned to the top division for the first time since 2009.
November was an interesting month for the crop of 2019 NHL draft prospects. We saw some climb up the rankings and into our hearts (see: Philip Broberg), and others drop out of the radar entirely as first round potential picks (see: Maxim Cajkovic). To see exactly where these kids ranked last month, you can find our October draft rankings in two parts here, top 15 and bottom 16.
Again, the omnipresent and ambiguous ‘we’ is Ellie Green, and CTP’s capitalcorrespondent. We’re late this month, because November has one less day than we thought it did. Sit down, buckle in and get ready to read about the draft prospects we project to go in the first round.
As the first month of the 2018-19 hockey season draws to a close, fans of some teams are already looking forward to the next generation of talent, and lucky for them, the 2019 NHL Draft class is full of gems.
Hey readers, it’s capitalcorrespondent and the unfortunately uncredited Ellie Green, here with brand new bad opinions about the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. Someone put us in charge of ranking hockey infants, so here we are, with sixteen freshly judged children.
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Editors note: Grab a coffee… it’s a long one!
Every year you hear a lot about who’s going to go number on in the draft, and which players inside of North America are the key guys to watch as Canadian and American kids (with the occasional European player plying his junior trade across the pond) gear up for the NHL Draft.
Welcome back to the second episode of my NHL18 career game on the Xbox One (gamertag – hockeybhoy71 should anyone be interested) which I am going to share with you. What will happen next for our new to the professional ranks player? Only one way to find out. Continue reading My NHL 18 Career Game: Episode 2 – Draft Time
The Vegas Golden Knights May have had to wait until day two of the NHL draft, but just how well did they do this weekend in helping their team down the line?
Nobody expects you to find an NHL ready talent on day two, let alone outside the top 5 picks usually, so the Golden Knights will just have to keep pumping players into their prospect pool to try and make sure that the incredible inaugural season they’ve just had wasn’t one fuelled by hype, but more fuelled by an actually competitive team that will be just that for the foreseeable future.