Photo: Defenseman Nick Ebert, acquired via trade in December, led the Storm defense in scoring during the club’s OHL Championship run and trip to the Memorial Cup final (courtesy of Aaron Bell/OHL Images)
The Los Angeles Kings are in the midst of a deep playoff run, one that is eerily similar to their 2011-12 cup run. Outside of that though, there have been a ton of prospects competing with the Los Angeles Kings prospect tag by their name in all of the playoff competitions across the globe.
Photo: Senior Michael Mersch, who led Wisconsin with 22 goals during the 2013-14 regular season, scored both Badger goals in their semifinal win over Penn State in the Big Ten tournament (courtesy of Dan Sanger/Icon SMI)
In recent years, the Los Angeles Kings have grown into one of the better organizations at scouting and recruiting in the NCAA. Despite losing highly regarded forward Hudson Fasching to the Buffalo Sabres via trade, they still boast an incredibly deep and talented group of NCAA prospects.
Photo: University of Massachusetts-Lowell goaltender and Winnipeg Jets prospect Connor Hellebuyck is having another fine season for the River Hawks, sporting a goals-against average under 2.00 for a second straight season while posting a .939 save percentage (courtesy of Richard T Gagnon/Getty Images)
The final full month of the 2013-14 NCAA season saw teams jostling for post-season conference positioning and some fantastic performances by NHL collegiate prospects. Hockey’s Future takes a look back at the more notable performances that took place in the month of February. Unless otherwise noted, all stats are current as of March 3rd.
Photo: Notheastern University forward and Anaheim Ducks prospect Kevin Roy is picking up where he left off in 2012-13, leading the Huskies offense while also sitting among the top scorers in the NCAA (courtesy of Richard T Gagnon/Getty Images)
The opening month of the 2013-14 NCAA hockey season featured some fantastic finishes and great performances by a number of NHL prospects. Hockey’s Future takes a look back what happened during the month of October. Unless otherwise noted, all stats are current as of November 3rd.
Photo: Yale forward and Calgary Flames prospect Ken Agostino celebrated a National Championship back in April. Yale will begin their title defense this evening as their 2013-14 season gets underway at the Liberty Hockey Invitational (courtesy of Justin K. Aller/Getty Images)
Part 2 of the Hockey’s Future ECAC season preview takes a look at the six Ivy League teams. This season, the Ivy League features 22 NHL prospects representing four of the six member schools. Harvard leads with nine prospects, followed by Cornell with seven. Dartmouth and Princeton are the two Ivy League teams that do not have a prospect on their roster this season.