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2015 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game: Notable quotes on Connor McDavid

by Ken McKenna
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2015 CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game: Notable quotes on Connor McDavid

Photo: Erie Otter forwards Connor McDavid (L) and Dylan Strome (R) will be on opposite sides at the 2015 BMO CHL/NHL Top prospects Game, with McDavid suiting up for Team Orr and Strome playing for Team Cherry (courtesy of CHL Images)

 

The 2015 NHL Draft is still a few months away, but that event is very much the focus of the players and scouts that have descended upon St. Catharines, ON for the 2015 BMO CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game. And the player that will receive the lion’s share of the attention at this event is Erie Otters forward Connor McDavid, the player expected to have his name called first when Draft Day finally arrives. Read more »

2015 CJHL Prospects Game: Last-minute tally gives West a 3-2 win over the East

by Ken McKenna
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2015 CJHL Prospects Game: Last-minute tally gives West a 3-2 win over the East

Photo: Team West defenseman Jarod Hilderman scores the game-winning goal on Team East goaltender Justin Kapelmaster with 7.3 seconds remaining in the third period in the West’s 3-2 win over the East at the 2015 CJHL Prospects Game (courtesy of Kevin Sousa/OJHL Images)

 

In what was an entertaining and hard-fought game, Team West received some late-game heroics to defeat Team East 3-2 in the 2015 CJHL Prospects Game played at the Sixteen Mile Sports Complex in Oakville, ON. Read more »

2015 NHL Draft: McDavid looks to bring golden formula to Otters’ postseason

by Jason Menard
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2015 NHL Draft: McDavid looks to bring golden formula to Otters’ postseason

Photo: Erie Otters forward and 2015 prospect Connor McDavid is currently 11th in scoring in the OHL, picking up 56 points in 21 games (courtesy of Aaron Bell/OHL Images)

 

He’s answered all the questions that have come his way this season. His continued excellence has cemented his position atop the draft boards for the upcoming NHL Draft. His play at the 2015 World Junior Championship, where he served as assistant captain, tied for the tournament lead in scoring, and was named to the tournament All-Star team en route to leading Canada to a gold medal, solidified his reputation on the international stage. And he did the latter after missing the better part of the season with a broken hand — an injury he was only cleared of just days before the start of the WJC. Read more »

2015 NHL Draft: Boeser weighs college options with input from potential future linemates

by Tom Schreier
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2015 NHL Draft: Boeser weighs college options with input from potential future linemates

Photo: Waterloo Black Hawks forward and 2015 prospect Brock Boeser is the leading scorer for the Black Hawks with 35 points in 28 games (courtesy of Brandon Anderson/BA Photos)

 

In a Pioneer Press article titled “Burnsville Brock Boeser can’t wait to be a Badger,” Boeser told Press staff writer Garrison Shepard that the University of Wisconsin was his “dream school.” His cousin, Dan, who was an assistant coach at Burnsville while Brock was there, played at Wisconsin from 2000-2004. His mother’s family was from Madison. Heck, his name, Brock, is derived from the Gaelic word “broc”, which means badger. Read more »

2015 NHL Draft: Kylington leads next exciting group of Swedish prospects

by Chapin Landvogt
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2015 NHL Draft: Kylington leads next exciting group of Swedish prospects

Photo: Farjestad defenseman and 2015 prospect Oliver Kylington (#97) missed out on representing Sweden at the 2015 World Junior Championship due to an injury (courtesy of Faerjestad Karlstad/Champions Hockey League via Getty Images)

 

It has become a yearly tradition to take a mid-season look at the prospect pool for the NHL Draft and realize that Sweden will likely be contributing another 20+ draftees at this event. This winter is no exception and, as is the case with the 2015 draft class on the whole, this group is looking strong enough to contribute as many as 10 picks to the first two rounds. Read more »

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