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2013 NHL Draft Results – Round 1

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Pinho following in footsteps of recent St. John’s alums

by Richard Murray
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Brian Pinho - St. John's Prep

Photo: St. John’s Prep center Brian Pinho, a likely selection at the 2013 NHL Draft, will attend Providence College beginning in the fall of 2013 (courtesy of Mr. David Malaro/St. John’s Prep)

Despite a tough exit in the Massachusetts high school Super Eight tournament, Brian Pinho has had a lot of support at St. John’s Prep to help him get ready for this season's NHL Draft.

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2013 U18 WJC Video: Sergei Tolchinsky, Russia

by Chapin Landvogt
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Sergei Tolchinsky - Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds

Photo: Soo Greyhounds forward Sergei Tolchinsky adjusted well to the North American during his OHL rookie season (courtesy of Terry Wilson/OHL Images)

The host country for the 2013 U18 World Junior Championship, Russia, completed the preliminary round with a perfect 4-0 record after defeating the Czech Republic, 5-2, in their final match of the opening round.

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2013 U18 WJC Video: Parker Tuomie, Germany

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Parker Tuomie - Germany

Photo: German forward Parker Tuomie turned in a three-point performance in a big win for Germany at the 2013 U18 World Juniors (courtesy of Chapin Landvogt/HF)

While forward Leon Draisaitl was the big story coming out of Germany's 6-3 win over Slovakia at the 2013 U18 World Junior Championship, linemate Parker Tuomie turned in a solid offensive performance for his country, as well. Tuomie scored two goals and assisted on another for a 3-point effort in an important win for the Germans.

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2013 U18 WJC Video: Josh Morrissey, Canada

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Josh Morrissey - Prince Albert Raiders

Photo: Prince Albert Raiders defenseman Josh Morrissey is no stranger to international events as he has represented Canada at both the U17 and U18 tournaments this season (courtesy of Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)

Canada has opened the 2013 U18 World Junior Championship with three consecutive victories, with their most important game of the preliminary round coming up against Sweden. Game #3 was won in convincing fashion as the Canadians thrashed Switzerland, 10-1 at the Maly Ice Palace in Sochi, Russia.

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2013 U18 WJC Video: Sam Bennett, Canada

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Sam Bennett - Kingston Frontenacs

Photo: Team Canada forward Sam Bennett, shown here playing for the OHL’s Kingston Frontenacs, is making his first appearance at the U18 World Juniors (courtesy of Terry Wilson/OHL Images)

Team Canada won their first two contests at the 2013 U18 World Junior Championship, over Slovakia and Germany, but neither were in as convincing a fashion as might have been expected. But, in Canada's 10-1 win over Switzerland, the Canadians seemed to have all aspects of their game operating like a well-oiled machine as they head into their key match-up versus Sweden.

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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