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2014 NHL Draft Results – Round 1

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2013 CHL Top Prospects Game: Familiarity doesn’t breed contempt

by Kevin Forbes
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Ryan Kujawinski - Kingston Frontenacs

Photo: Kingston Frontenacs forward Ryan Kujawinski will be facing and teaming up with some familiar faces at the 2013 Home Hardware CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in Halifax (courtesy of Aaron Bell/OHL Images)

Despite the fact that it is considered one of the "Big Four" major leagues in North America, hockey remains a small sport in many different ways. That size brings a sense of community, where everybody knows one another.

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McCoshen leads USHL prospects for 2013 NHL Draft

by Tom Schreier
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Ian McCoshen - Team Housley

Photo: Waterloo Black Hawks defenseman Ian McCoshen, shown here playing for Team Housley at the 2012 All-American Prospects Game, is a top prospect out of the USHL for this year's NHL Draft (courtesy of Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

As the USHL season nears its halfway point, Hockey’s Future is offering a look at 10 players that you should have your eye on for this year's NHL Draft. All 10 players are currently on USHL teams and are eligible for the 2013 NHL Draft. Players from the U.S. NTDP squad competing in the USHL were not included in this review.

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Lodge finds home on Spirit’s top line with effort, consistency

by Jason Menard
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Jimmy Lodge - Saginaw Spirit

Photo: Saginaw Spirit forward Jimmy Lodge has stepped up his play after a slow start to his 2012-13 season (courtesy of Terry Wilson/OHL Images)

Jimmy Lodge may have found himself under the microscope early in the season courtesy of the NHL’s Central Scouting preliminary rankings — but inconsistent and tentative play made it hard to see the Downington, PA native on the ice. But through effort and consistency, he’s worked his way to the top of the Saginaw Spirit’s depth chart — and he hopes to parallel that rise up the NHL Draft charts.

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MacKinnon, Drouin head good crop of QMJHL prospects for NHL Draft

by Kevin Forbes
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Nick Sorensen - Quebec Remparts

Photo: Quebec Remparts forward Nick Sorensen just returned to his QMJHL club after competing for silver medalist Sweden at the 2013 World Junior Championship (courtesy of Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)

The plight of a junior hockey franchise is normally cyclic, with a core group of players starting out, maturing together and competing before eventually graduating from the league.

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