2019 NHL Draft
The forward will be highly coveted on draft day.
A strong season in Liiga has made him a top prospect.
A great end to the season sets up the winger for a breakout 2019-20.
It wasn’t the step forward many expected from the Swedish defender, but there’s more to his game than offence.
With an inexperienced supporting cast around him, the opportunities for the Slovak were limited in his draft year.
Ellis is an intriguing option mid-draft for a team looking to bolster its goaltending depth.
The strong winger has a variety of tricks to beat a goaltender, but skating issues may limit his opportunities to use them.
Much of Boldy’s offensive game will work even in the NHL, and that going to make him one of the first wingers selected.
The big question is whether he was one of the lead actors, or merely part of the supporting cast.
A disappointing season in the OHL didn’t slow Rees down during the World Under-18 Championship.
The goaltender is making waves for the Peterborough Petes.
The forward produced two points per game in his high-school career, and will head to Harvard University as a drafted NHL prospect.
Able to stickhandle in a phone booth, the Finn will need to work on his feet to make the most of his talents.
The forward didn’t have much to work with in Kootenay, but his work ethic has gotten him noticed.
If strong skating, puck-moving, and solid defence aren’t enough to draw attention, leadership skills well beyond his years should be.
An all-around game could see Poulin as the first QMJHL player selected on June 21.
The Finnish defenceman will attempt some incredible plays — even when a simple one is right in front of him.
The Russian defenceman offered a good presentation of his skill and trickery.
The winger can wow you with his talent, but you may have to wait a bit to see him do it again.
The blue-liner is constantly trying to pilfer the puck, and working hard to control the space in front of his crease.
The USNTDP forward is projected by most outlets to go somewhere in the top 10.
The draft slots for all 10 of the Habs’ selections are now known.
Suzuki carved his spot on a struggling Barrie team.
The Ottawa 67’s player has the tools to become an all-around defenceman.
A potential starter in the making, Knight will be an interesting pick for a team looking to shore up its goaltending depth.
Speed and crafty hands are the Swedish forward’s ticket to a high draft slot.
Providing edge-of-your-seat entertainment when he has the puck, the defenceman has much to learn before becoming a professional.
More of an old-school defender than a modern puck-carrier, Kokkonen is a worthwhile project for an NHL team.
The stats didn’t show it this year, but Podkolzin has all the tools to be an offensive star.
The German defenceman is coming off a championship.