Team Depth Chart of NHL Prospects
  • Depth and high-end talent at most positions.
  • Good balance of speed, talent, and character.
  • Lack of high-end talent at the center.

About Prospect Scores and Probability

Prospect Criteria

Legend of Players' Leagues
Playing in N.A. Pro (NHL, AHL, ECHL, etc.)
Playing in CHL (OHL, QMJHL, WHL)
Playing in NCAA
Playing in Europe
Playing in Junior 'A' (USHL, BCHL, AJHL, etc.)
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League Prosp. talent Prob. of success
1. Zachary Fucale Pro 7.0 C
2. Hayden Hawkey NCAA 7.0 D
3. Mike Condon Pro 6.5 D

Right Wing

League Prosp. talent Prob. of success
1. Mike McCarron CHL 7.5 C
2. Sven Andrighetto Pro 7.5 C
3. Nikita Scherbak Pro 7.5 C
4. Christian Thomas Pro 7.0 C
5. Jake Evans NCAA 6.5 D
6. Stefan Fournier Pro 6.0 C
7. Maxim Trunev Europe 5.0 F

Left Wing

League Prosp. talent Prob. of success
1. Charles Hudon Pro 7.5 C
2. Jacob de la Rose Pro 7.5 C
3. Artturi Lehkonen Europe 7.5 D
4. Tim Bozon Pro 7.0 C
5. Martin Reway Europe 7.0 C
6. Connor Crisp Pro 7.0 D
7. Daniel Carr Pro 7.0 D
8. Jeremiah Addison CHL 6.5 C


League Prosp. talent Prob. of success
1. Mark MacMillan Pro 7.0 D
2. Daniel Audette CHL 7.0 D
3. Lukas Vejdemo Europe 7.0 D
4. Jeremy Gregoire Pro 6.5 C
5. Matt Bradley CHL 6.5 D


League Prosp. talent Prob. of success
1. Jarred Tinordi Pro 7.5 C
2. Noah Juulsen CHL 7.5 C
3. Darren Dietz Pro 7.0 C
4. Dalton Thrower Pro 7.0 D
5. Morgan Ellis Pro 7.0 D
6. Brett Lernout CHL 7.0 D
7. Nikolas Koberstein NCAA 7.0 D
8. Mac Bennett Pro 6.5 C
9. Colin Sullivan NCAA 6.5 D
10. Ryan Johnston Pro 6.5 D
11. Magnus Nygren Europe 6.0 B
12. Simon Bourque CHL 6.0 B
13. Joel Hanley Pro 6.0 C

2014 WJC Video: Jacob de la Rose, Sweden

by Chapin Landvogt

Jacob de la Rose - Team Sweden

Photo: Leksand forward and Montreal Canadiens prospect Jacob de la Rose has played in four World Junior Championships, twice at the U18 version, and twice at the U20 (courtesy of Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

With the clock winding down in regulation and the score deadlocked at 2, Sweden forward Jacob de la Rose drifted towards the front of the Russian goal to deflect a shot by Gustav Olofsson past Russia's goaltender Andrey Vasilevskiy to give Sweden the 3-2 lead and the win at the 2014 World Junior Championship.

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On the Rush, December 2013

by HF Staff

Nicolas Petan - Portland Winterhawks

Photos: After putting up 120 points in his draft year, Nicolas Petan is on pace to surpass that mark in 2013-14 while averaging over two points per game for the WHL’s Portland Winterhawks (courtesy of Marissa Baecker/Getty Images)

Welcome to the December 2013 edition of On the Rush, a monthly column featuring prospects at various levels of competition who are either exceeding expectations or are falling a little behind.

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Spitfires’ trades provide leadership opportunity for Vail

by Jason Menard

Brady Vail - Windsor Spitfires

Photo: Windsor Spitfires forward and Montreal Canadiens prospect Brady Vail has been scoring at a better than point-per-game average so far in in the 2013-14 season (courtesy of Aaron Bell/OHL Images)

For Montreal Canadiens prospect Brady Vail, working on his future team’s goals, has meshed perfectly with the needs of his present squad. But after a major trade in the OHL, Vail said he believes that his role on the Windsor Spitfires may have to change.

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Montreal Canadiens have diverse group of prospects playing at junior level

by David Thicke

Zachary Fucale - Montreal Canadiens

Photo: Goaltender Zachary Fucale is currently in his third season with the Halifax Mooseheads of the QMJHL. Fucale was selected 36th overall in the 2013 NHL Draft. (courtesy of Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

The Montreal Canadiens have a diverse mix of prospects playing at the junior level. They have a large group of forwards with a good mix of speed, skill, and physicality. Along the blue line, the team has two puck-moving defensive prospects with distinctly different styles of play. The Canadiens have also have a strong goaltending prospect in Zachary Fucale.

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2013 Subway Super Series: Hudon makes the most of latest WJC audition

by Ken McKenna
Charles Hudon - Chicoutimi Sagueneens

Photo: Chicoutimi Sagueneens forward and Montreal Canadiens prospect Charles Hudon was the star for Team QMJHL in the first game of the 2013 Subway Super Series (courtesy of Dave Connell/HF)

Chicoutimi Sagueneens left wing Charles Hudon doesn't have great memories of last year's World Junior Championship. Hudon injured his back in a pre-tournament contest, an injury that kept him out of the entire WJC and was a bother for most of the remainder of his 2012-13 season.

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