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2014 NHL Draft Results – Round 1

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Trademageddon never materializes, and other notes from the 2013 NHL Draft

by Ken McKenna
2013 NHL Draft Floor - Prudential Center

Photo: The 2013 NHL Draft came and went with mostly minor trade activity taking place, but a record haul for the CHL leagues was one of the highlights (courtesy of Dave Sandford/NHLI via Getty Images)


If one were to believe the content within the sheer volume of NHL trade rumors that clogged up trade blogs and message boards leading up to the 2013 NHL Draft, it would have been easy to come away thinking that every draft pick and player in the league was in play.

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NHL Draft may be just out of reach for 2013 Swiss prospects

by Rafik Soliman
Dean Kukan - Switzerland

Photo: Siwss defenseman Dean Kukan is developing his game outside of the Swiss leagues, as he plays for Lulea in Sweden (courtesy of Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)


It has been a strong season for Swiss hockey. Not only did they reach the quarterfinals at both the junior and senior levels, but they even managed, for the first time in almost a century, to be the runner-up for the senior World Championship title. But this recent and unexpected success does not mean that everything in the junior development system is rosy, and that Switzerland will produce NHL-caliber prospects for the next decade.

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Top European prospect Barkov looking to become known commodity in NHL

by Tony Piscotta
Aleksander Barkov - Finland

Photo: Tappara forward Aleksander Barkov has proven his game against men in the Sm-Liiga, and now looks to test his abilities in North America (courtesy of Yury Kuzmin/KHL Photo Agency via Getty Images)


For most North American hockey fans, the top prospects in this year's NHL Draft, Halifax Mooseheads forwards Nathan MacKinnon and Jonathan Drouin, and Portland Winterhawks defenseman Seth Jones, are well known commodities.

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Boston Bruins 2013 draft preview

by Richard Murray

Tyler Seguin - Boston Bruins

Photo: Selected second overall in 2010, forward Tyler Seguin is the highest drafted pick the Boston Bruins have made since they took Joe Thornton first overall in 1997. (courtesy of Robin Alam/Icon SMI)

The 2013 season did not end the way the Boston Bruins would have liked, but the 2013 NHL Draft will give the organization the ability to add some needed depth to their prospect ranks. The Bruins however will not be able to draft until 60th overall, as Boston moved its first round pick to Dallas, in the Jamoir Jagr trade.

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