Below is the bottom third of the ranking of the prospect depth of the NHL organizations as voted by the Hockey's Future staff. To determine the ranking, each team's entire prospect pool was taken into consideration. For reference, just the top five prospects are listed. To be eligible, a prospect must meet HF's prospect criteria. The rankings are done twice each season, in the fall and spring.
Team Depth Chart of NHL Prospects
- Lots of size on forward and defense
- Depth at all positions
- Elite wingers
- Dropoff in talent at most positions
- No high-end goaltending prospects
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.)
- Not Categorized Yet
Below is the first edition of the Hockey's Future's prospect awards. The winner for each category was determined by the team writer with assistance from the HF staff. The prospects featured in this article belong to the Winnipeg Jets.
the Orlando Solar Bears, Karlsson registered five goals and five assists for 10 points.
member of the World Championship Team in 1995 and was a member of the 1994-95 Swedish Junior National Team that won the bronze medal. He registered two goals and two assists for four points in seven games.
goal, three assists) in four games.
Elite League. The native of Ludvika, Sweden, was originally selected by Calgary in the eighth round, 148th overall, in the 1993 NHL Entry Draft. Karlsson was acquired by the Thrashers in a trade with the Calgary Flames following the 1999 NHL Expansion Draft.
(The Team also announced the signing of Donald Audette, another RFA)
team. Vlasenkov’s rights were acquired from the Calgary Flames along with Hnat Domenichelli on Feb. 11, 2000 in exchange for Darryl Shannon and Jason Botterill. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
in 168 games. He has also played for Yaroslavl’s division two team. Vlasenkov led the 1998-99 club with 11 goals and tied for fifth in scoring, registering 16 points in 41 games. The native of Olenigorsk, Russia, was originally selected by the Flames with their fourth choice, 73rd overall, in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft.