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2013 NHL Draft Results – Round 1

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Boeser, Ruggiero gain invaluable experience playing for Team USA at 5 Nations

by Chapin Landvogt
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Brock Boeser - Burnsville High School

Photo: Burnsville (MN) High School forward Brock Boeser (12) has committed to the University of Wisconsin beginning in 2015 (courtesy of MN Hockey Hub/Brian Nelson)

This summer, a number of young players from across the United States were selected to play for the US at the relatively unknown 5 Nations Tournament, a contest for various U17 teams held in Slovakia. The competition consisted of the opponents Germany, Slovakia, Switzerland and the Czech Republic and play was conducted in a simple round robin format.

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ISS Draft Rankings: Top 2014 duo holds steady, but plenty of movement among other prospects

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Aaron Ekblad - Barrie Colts

Photo: Barrie Colts defenseman and top 2014 defensive prospect Aaron Ekblad has been a high profile prospect since entering the OHL, and he has so far lived up to the lofty expectations that come with the exceptional player label (courtesy of Terry Wilson/OHL Images)

 

While there is no change at the very top of the October edition of ISS Hockey's ranking of the top 30 2014 NHL Draft prospects, there is a fair amount of movement throughout most of the rest of this month's rankings.

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Love of the game drives talented Ho-Sang

by Jason Menard
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Josh Ho-Sang - Windsor Spitfires

Photo: Windsor Spitfires forward Josh Ho-Sang is considered a potential first round selection for the 2014 NHL Draft (courtesy of Terry Wilson/OHL Images)

 

His father’s Jamaican, his mother’s Chilean, he speaks Spanish, has a dark complexion, and bears an Asian last name across the back of his jersey (thanks to a Chinese-born great grandfather who married a Jamaican woman). The Windsor Spitfires' Josh Ho-Sang stands out in a predominantly white sport, but he said that he hopes his may be the face of the game’s future.

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Nedeljkovic leading from behind for Whalers

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Alex Nedeljkovic - Plymouth Whalers

Photo: Pllymouth Whalers goaltender Alex Nedeljkovic is a top prospect in net for the 2014 NHL Draft (courtesy of Claus Andersen/Getty Images)

 

After bursting onto the Ontario Hockey League scene in a big way last year, all eyes are on the Plymouth Whalers’ netminder Alex Nedeljkovic this season as one of the most promising goaltenders for the 2014 NHL Draft.

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Mention in Central Scouting’s watch list a pleasant surprise for Prophet

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Brandon Prophet - Saginaw Spirit

Photo: Saginaw Spirit defenseman and 2014 NHL Draft prospect Brandon Prophet was a top rookie in the OHL’s 2012-13 season (courtesy of Terry Wilson/OHL Images)

 

It would be simple to take the easy way out and make a play on words using Brandon Prophet’s name, but the fact is that the Saginaw Spirit defender's arrival on Central Scouting’s watch list is less about Divine Providence and more about plain old hard work.

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Top Prospects: Leagues

CJHL

  1. 1. Alex Coulombe
  1. 2. Jack Ramsey

NCAA

  1. 1. Zach Nagelvoort
  1. 2. Alex Sakellaropoulos
  2. 3. Thatcher Demko

OHL

  1. 1. Sam Bennett
  2. 2. Aaron Ekblad
  3. 3. Michael Dal Colle
  4. 4. Nick Ritchie
  5. 5. Brendan Perlini
  6. 6. Anthony DeAngelo
  7. 7. Jared McCann
  8. 8. Nikolay Goldobin
  9. 9. Roland McKeown
  10. 10. Josh Ho-Sang
  11. 11. Eric Cornel
  12. 12. Robby Fabbri
  13. 13. Aaron Haydon
  14. 14. Connor Chatham
  15. 15. Ryan MacInnis
  16. 16. Alex Peters
  17. 17. Michael Bunting
  18. 18. Brendan Lemieux
  19. 19. Spencer Watson
  1. 20. Blake Siebenaler
  2. 21. Alex Nedeljkovic
  3. 22. Matt Mistele
  4. 23. Jacob Middleton
  5. 24. Blake Clarke
  6. 25. Dakota Mermis
  7. 26. Max Iafrate
  8. 27. Brent Moran
  9. 28. Brandon Halverson
  10. 29. Zach Bratina
  11. 30. Nick Magyar
  12. 31. Michael Amadio
  13. 32. Christian Dvorak
  14. 33. Kyle Jenkins
  15. 34. Josh Wesley
  16. 35. Dylan Sadowy
  17. 36. Jaden Lindo
  18. 37. Darby Llewellyn
  19. 38. Alexander Protapovich

QMJHL

  1. 1. Ivan Barbashev
  2. 2. Nikolaj Ehlers
  3. 3. Vaclav Karabacek
  4. 4. Nicolas Aube-Kubel
  5. 5. Emil Aronsson
  6. 6. Clark Bishop
  7. 7. Julien Nantel
  8. 8. Daniel Audette
  9. 9. Mason McDonald
  10. 10. Julio Billia
  11. 11. Alexis Vanier
  12. 12. Kurt Etchegary
  1. 13. Scott Oke
  2. 14. Eric Brassard
  3. 15. Sebastien Auger
  4. 16. Nikita Jevpalovs
  5. 17. Anthony DeLuca
  6. 18. Denis Gorbunov
  7. 19. Philippe Gadoury
  8. 20. Cameron Darcy
  9. 21. Daniel Walcott
  10. 22. Matt Murphy
  11. 23. Jacob Sweeney
  12. 24. Vladimir Tkachyov

USA Juniors

  1. 1. Dylan Larkin
  2. 2. Alex Tuch
  3. 3. Jack Glover
  4. 4. Jack Dougherty
  5. 5. Ryan Collins
  6. 6. Johnathan MacLeod
  7. 7. Joe Wegwerth
  1. 8. Shane Gersich
  2. 9. Ryan Hitchcock
  3. 10. Anders Bjork
  4. 11. Ryan Donato
  5. 12. Sonny Milano
  6. 13. Edwin Minney
  7. 14. Chase Perry

USHL

  1. 1. Nick Schmaltz
  2. 2. Shane Eiserman
  3. 3. Joshua Jacobs
  1. 4. Austin Poganski
  2. 5. Ryan Mantha
  3. 6. Seamus Malone

WHL

  1. 1. Leon Draisaitl
  2. 2. Sam Reinhart
  3. 3. Haydn Fleury
  4. 4. Jake Virtanen
  5. 5. Julius Honka
  6. 6. Brycen Martin
  7. 7. Nikita Scherbak
  8. 8. Chase De Leo
  9. 9. Conner Bleackley
  10. 10. John Quenneville
  11. 11. Reid Gardiner
  1. 12. Jayce Hawryluk
  2. 13. Ben Thomas
  3. 14. Nelson Nogier
  4. 15. Ty Edmonds
  5. 16. Aaron Irving
  6. 17. Spenser Jensen
  7. 18. Ty Stanton
  8. 19. Austin Lotz
  9. 20. Ashton Sautner
  10. 21. Keegan Iverson
  11. 22. Dominic Turgeon