Team Depth Chart of NHL Prospects
  • Goaltending depth
  • Defense
  • Lack of depth on the wings

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. Calvin Pickard Pro 7.0 B
2. Spencer Martin Pro 6.5 C
3. Sami Aittokallio Europe 6.5 D
4. Roman Will Pro 6.0 D
5. Maximilian Pajpach Europe 6.0 D

Right Wing

League Prosp. talent Prob. of success
1. Mikko Rantanen Pro 8.0 C
2. Borna Rendulic Pro 6.5 C
3. Garrett Meurs Pro 6.0 D
4. Nick Magyar CHL 6.0 D
5. Andreas Martinsen Pro 5.5 C

Left Wing

League Prosp. talent Prob. of success
1. A.J. Greer NCAA 7.0 D
2. Julien Nantel CHL 6.5 D
3. Trevor Cheek Pro 6.0 D
4. Samuel Henley Pro 6.0 D
5. Alexis Pepin CHL 6.0 D
6. Gustav Olhaver CHL 6.0 D


League Prosp. talent Prob. of success
1. Conner Bleackley CHL 7.5 C
2. JT Compher NCAA 7.0 C
3. Joey Hishon Pro 7.0 D
4. Chris Wagner Pro 6.5 B
5. Troy Bourke Pro 6.5 C
6. Colin Smith Pro 6.5 C
7. Jean-Christophe Beaudin CHL 6.5 D
8. Ben Storm NCAA 6.0 D


League Prosp. talent Prob. of success
1. Brandon Gormley Pro 7.5 C
2. Chris Bigras Pro 7.5 C
3. Duncan Siemens Pro 7.0 C
4. Nicolas Meloche CHL 7.0 C
5. Andrei Mironov Europe 7.0 C
6. Mason Geertsen Pro 7.0 D
7. Will Butcher NCAA 7.0 D
8. Kyle Wood CHL 7.0 D
9. Wilhelm Westlund Europe 6.5 D
10. Anton Lindholm Europe 6.5 D
11. Gabriel Beaupre Pro 6.0 D
12. Cody Corbett Pro 6.0 D
13. Sergei Boikov CHL 6.0 D

On the Rush – October 2015

by HF Staff
Photo: Colton Parayko (Courtesy of Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Photo: Colton Parayko is an early Calder candidate after outpacing his production in the AHL last season during his first 18 games in the NHL. (Courtesy of Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

Welcome to the October edition of On the Rush, the first of 2015-16. For first-time readers, this is a monthly column featuring prospects at various levels of competition who are either exceeding expectations, or falling a little behind. Read more»

AHL Western Conference Notebook, November, 2015: Strength of Pacific Division highlights early season

by Sean Shapiro
Andrew Agozzino - San Antonio Rampage

Photo: San Antonio Rampage forward and Colorado Avalanche prospect Andrew Agozzino (#28) is off to a good start offensively in 2015-16 with 16 points in nine AHL games (courtesy of Christina Shapiro/Texas Stars)

The Pacific Division was always going to be the American Hockey League’s most polarizing division.

With five teams playing 68 games and the other two playing 76, points percentage was handmade for this grouping. And with the California teams avoiding all of the dreaded three-in-threes? The Pacific Division is ripe with storylines created by the AHL’s western migration. Read more»

Prospect Impressions: Lundqvist, Berra, others sparkle in this Goalie Edition

by David Hahn
Jake Allen - St. Louis Blues

Photo: St. Louis Blues goaltender Jake Allen has posted a 1.95 goals-against average and .930 save percentage through 15 games in the 2015-16 season (courtesy of Tim Spyers/Icon Sportswire)

In this special edition of Prospect Impressions, goaltenders from the NHL, AHL, and junior hockey take over to make a week’s worth of highlight-reel saves. King Henrik stood tall on home ice in New York before making news off it, and fellow NHL netminders Reto Berra and Jake Allen kept pace right behind him. Plenty more saves, a fight between players who are now teammates, and a light-hearted, behind-the-scenes look at life as a goaltender are all included. Read more»

Colorado Avalanche getting creative with prospect development

by Chau Vo
Brandon Gormley - Colorado Avalanche

Photo: Although Brandon Gormley has not put up many points early in his pro career, his skills could help the Colorado Avalanche improve puck possession (courtesy of Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire)

The San Antonio Rampage coaching staff entered the 2015-16 hockey season under a lot of pressure. Not only are they tasked with the development of the top Avalanche prospects but they must win over fans that saw their hockey team win its first-ever division championship then leave for Portland, Maine. Read more»

Prospect Faceoff: World Under-17 comes to a conclusion, European talents go head-to-head in the OHL, more from junior, NCAA hockey

by David Hahn
Joel Teasdale - Blainville-Boisbriand Armada; David Levin - Sudbury Wolves - Prospect Faceoff for 11/5/15

Photo: Blainville-Boisbriand Armada forward Joel Teasdale and Sudbury Wolves forward David Levin go head-to-head in a semi-final match tonight at the 2015 World U17 Hockey Challenge (courtesy of Minas Panagiotakis/Getty Images and Terry Wilson/OHL Images)

The World Under-17 Hockey Challenge pits two countrymen against each other as the tournament comes to a conclusion this week. There is also a pair of international talents going one-on-one for the first time in their careers in the OHL, while another strong European is leading the way for his squad against one of the most feared forwards in the QMJHL. In the WHL, two of the league’s top defenseman are a big part of their respective team’s success, while a pair of college forwards who once scored in bunches try to re-ignite their games in this week’s Prospect Faceoff. Read more»

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