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

About Prospect Scores and Probability

Prospect Criteria

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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 Europe 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. Andreas Martinsen Pro 6.0 B
4. Garrett Meurs Pro 6.0 D

Left Wing

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


League Prosp. talent Prob. of success
1. Rocco Grimaldi Pro 7.5 C
2. JT Compher Pro 7.0 C
3. Jean-Christophe Beaudin CHL 7.0 D
4. Troy Bourke Pro 6.5 C


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

Team Rankings: Future potential of Ottawa Senators prospects places them at top of 21-30 group

by HF Staff
Michael Mersch - Los Angeles Kings

Photo: Los Angeles Kings forward Michael Mersch saw his first NHL action in a December game against the Pittsburgh Penguins (courtesy of Jeanine Leech/Icon Sportswire)



A team with a handful of prospects possessing some good, long-term upside tops the 21-30 group of the latest Hockey’s Future NHL Team Rankings, which ranks the NHL clubs on the basis of the quality of their prospect depth. Read more»

(Video) 2016 World Junior Championship: Finland takes tight 2-1 win over Sweden, will play for gold

by Chapin Landvogt
Sebastian Aho (L) and Kaapo Kahkonen (R) - Team Finland; Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson - Team Sweden (C) - 2016 IIHF World Junior Championship

Photo: Team Finland forward Sebastian Aho (L) and goaltender Kaapo Kahkonen (R) defend against Team Sweden forward Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson during Finland’s 2-1 semi-final win over Sweden at the 2016 IIHF World Junior Championship (courtesy of MARKKU ULANDER/AFP/Getty Images)



While Team Finland had displayed an impressive offensive performance prior to the semi-finals at the 2016 IIHF World Junior Championship, there were some doubts that the Finns could come out on top in a tighter-checking affair in their semi-final bout against a strong and determined Swedish squad. Read more»

(Video) 2016 World Junior Championship: Mikko Rantanen and Patrik Laine, Finland

by Chapin Landvogt
Patrik Laine - Team Finland - 2016 IIHF World Junior Championship

Photo: Team Finland forward and 2016 prospect Patrik Laine is among the scoring leaders at the 2016 IIHF World Junior Championship with four goals and eight points through four games (courtesy of Chapin Landvogt/HF)



Team Finland has given the fans in Helsinki, Finland plenty to cheer about at the 2016 IIHF World Junior Championship, to the tune of 23 goals in four preliminary round games. Their tight, 5-4 win over the Czech Republic on New Year’s Eve sends the Finns into the quarterfinals against Canada, the defending champions and a country that is never an easy out in any hockey tournament. Read more»

AHL Western Conference Notebook, December, 2015: Griffins on a roll, Montour fitting in nicely in rookie campaign

by Sean Shapiro
Brandon Montour - San Diego Gulls

Photo: San Diego Gulls defenseman and Anaheim Ducks prospect Brandon Montour split his 2014-15 season between the USHL’s Waterloo Black Hawks, the University of Massachusetts, and the AHL’s Norfolk Admirals (courtesy of the San Diego Gulls Hockey Club)



The Grand Rapids Griffins are named after a mythical creature – one that is part lion, part eagle — but the Detroit Red Wings prospects season has followed the path of another mythical beast.

Let’s just call them the Grand Rapids Phoenix with how they have burned up and then rebuilt under first-year head coach Todd Nelson. Read more»

Prospect Impressions: Nieves nets a beauty for Wolverines, OHL newbies impress, Draisaitl continues hot play, and more prospect highlights

by David Hahn
Adam Marsh - Saint John Sea Dogs

Photo: Saint John Sea Dogs forward and Detroit Red Wings prospect Adam Marsh has had a productive 2015-16 campaign, posting 13 goals and 24 points in 29 QMJHL games (courtesy of Francois Laplante/FreestylePhoto/Getty Images)



In this weeks Prospect Impressions, “Boo” Nieves goes coast-to-coast and scores a pretty one for the Michigan Wolverines. In the OHL, a pair of 16-year-olds shine, while Saint John Sea Dogs forward Adam Marsh goes between-the-legs in QMJHL action. Leon Draisaitl continues on his torrid scoring pace, re-energizing the Edmonton Oilers lineup on a daily basis. Lastly, a pair of goaltenders from Switzerland make it into this week’s highlights, one of them for a completely unorthodox reason. Read more»

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