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2003 NHL Re-Draft: Neon Dion Goes Fourth

Dion Phaneuf was one of the most hotly discussed players to come from the 2003 NHL Entry Draft class. In our re-draft, he moves up five spots to 4th overall, despite his well-documented defensive issues.

2012 Draft Prospect Profiles: Matthew Dumba

Looking at draft eligible defenceman Matthew Dumba of the WHL's Red Deer Rebels

2012 NHL Mock Drafts and the Tampa Bay Lightning

With less than a month until the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, mock drafts of what the Lightning will do are becoming easier to find, with little consistency.


2012 Entry Draft Preview: The "It's Never Too Early" Edition

It's not a bad time to familiarize yourself with the 2012 NHL draft class and prospects who may fall to the Bolts.

Why Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Should Go Back To Red Deer

Just seven games into his NHL career it looks as if Nugent-Hopkins could play a significant role in remaking the Oilers into a contending team once again. He's the team leader in both goals and points but if the Oilers want their best shot to be a contender and win a Stanley Cup down the road they need to send Nugent-Hopkins back to Red Deer.

Brett Ferguson & Possibilities

Jonathan Willis picks up Scott's interest in Brett Ferguson and wonders if he can make it with the Oilers.

2010 second-round pick Alex Petrovic signs with Panthers

Tallon, Inc continues moving forward in signing recent draftees, as Red Deer Rebels defenseman Alexander Petrovic, the 36th overall selection in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, went official today with a...

Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Top NHL Prospect and High School Student

A brief post game interview with top prospect Ryan Nugent Hopkins

Jokerit and HIFK renew hostilities, Djurgården Makes it Seven

The Kanada-malje playoffs got underway in Finland, with the Helsinki derby showing some nastiness early as star forward Mikael Granlund was injured on a big hit. Read about that and all your playoff news outside of the NHL in the morning recap on Puck Worlds.

Nugent-Hopkins promoted to #1 by ISS

Oiler fans take note: The latest rankings from International Scouting Services have come out and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins is the new top dog. The Red Deer Rebels centre supplants Swedish blueliner Adam Larsson atop the high-profile list of draft-eligible prospects. This is significant because as ISS #1, RNH is in the exact same position as Taylor Hall was this time last year. Meanwhile, the Oilers are still the Oilers. Prospectophiles may be interested in this pictorial feature of "Hoppy" in action last weekend posted by yours truly over at the Cult of Hockey. He's a fun player to watch. Includes bonus coverage of Oiler draftee Martin Marincin.

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