Photo: Carolina Hurricanes defensive prospect Ryan Murphy (7) celebrates his first period power play goal with Victor Rask in the Hurricanes win over the New York Islanders (courtesy of Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
Last night, it was Tampa Bay, and on Wednesday night, a pair of Russian forwards helped provide an offensive push that helped the Edmonton Oilers pull out a 3-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets. Read more»
Photo: Columbus Blue Jackets goaltending prospect Anton Forsberg is expected to battle for the starting job with the Blue Jackets’ AHL affiliate in Springfield in the 2014-15 season (courtesy of Andy Mead/YCJ/Icon Sportswire)
Being that Hockey’s Future is a website devoted to the coverage of NHL prospects, we’ve decided to add a bit of prospect coverage that is a bit more immediate in nature than much of the content that we provide. This particular feature, the NHL Prospect Roundup, will focus on the more noteworthy recent performances of prospects from the 30 NHL teams. Read more»
Darnell Nurse recorded 50 points in 64 games while also serving as captain of the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds. (courtesy of Aaron Bell/OHL Images)
The Fall 2014 edition of the Edmonton Oilers Top 20 remained relatively steadfast among the top five spots save for the addition of newcomer to the list and 2014 third-overall draft selection Leon Draisaitl. Once again, the Top 20 is dominated by defensive prospects but two strong power forwards, Mitch Moroz and Jujhar Khaira (both drafted in 2012), continue to turn heads as they make a push up the rankings and look toward having a strong training camp performance. Goaltender Laurent Brossoit is pulling away from the pack of Oilers goaltending prospects, proving himself the clear front-runner for a chance at an NHL job after a strong rookie professional season.
Photo: Leon Draisaitl, Edmonton’s third overall pick, tied for fourth overall in WHL scoring with 105 points in 64 games for Prince Albert (courtesy of Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
As the Edmonton Oilers continue to rebuild their hockey club under the leadership of General Manager Craig MacTavish, their pool of draft selections for 2014 suffered some losses in a number of mid-season deals. Read more»
Photo: Despite having a shoulder injury needing repair, the Vancouver Canucks made Calgary Hitmen forward Jake Virtanen their top pick at the 2014 NHL Draft (courtesy of Derik Hamilton/Icon SMI)
The Vancouver Canucks figure to have a new look in the coming years with new general manager Jim Benning and a new head coach in Willie Desjardins. The makeover in Vancouver started on Friday afternoon even before the 2014 NHL Draft began when the Canucks engineered a series of trades — one of which sent veteran Ryan Kesler to the Anaheim Ducks in a multi-player deal.