2022 NHL Draft
Is there more to the game of this development program graduate than just being a solid-floor type of prospect?
Can this young Slovak put all the tools at his disposal together and become a potential first-round steal?
Savoie’s name won’t be called early in the draft, but his play style should make him a fan favourite wherever he goes.
A gifted puck-handler, is there more to the small defenceman’s game?
There has been a lot of debate in recent weeks, but the choice at first overall is clear.
With the Canadiens selecting 26th overall using the Calgary Flames’ pick, we take a look at Luneau’s profile to see if he’s worth a swing in that range.
Analysts seem to be split on the fast-skating defenceman.
Stuck between two leagues, Yurov should be the first Russian forward off the board.
Nyman’s impressive season in the Finnish second division has made him skyrocket up many draft boards.
The defenceman is one of the most exciting players in the draft class, but there’s no guarantee he gets to the NHL to show off those abilities.
As the youngest player in the NCAA, he is firmly on the first-round bubble.
For the third year in a row, a prospective top selection out of Finland has fallen down the pecking order. Why are scouts suddenly doubting Brad Lambert?
A delayed OHL debut season has put him in the first round conversation.
If Montreal wants to go for a big defenceman with a first-round pick for the third year in a row, then look no further than former Biel big boy Bichsel.
An undersized yet elite playmaker will be available on day two.
When it comes to high-risk, high-reward players, there may be none who fits the description better than Pavel Mintyukov.
The Russian winger is the epitome of a divisive prospect, and it all depends on how you choose to look at him.
A great skater with even better puck-handling skills, Goyette is a highlight machine.
If his skating stride were to develop, the sky could be the limit of this young power forward.
Mats Lindgren is one of the flashiest offensive defensemen in the entire CHL.
Luca Del Bel Belluz is one of the most improved players in the OHL, and has risen on some draft boards as a result.
Part of an elite development program, Nazar is among the best coming out of the USNTDP.
He didn’t feature regularly on the scoresheet, but he was a key part of his teams’ success in 2021-22.
If you like big, shutdown defenders, then Noah Warren is your kind of hockey player.
Nelson may be a shorter defenceman, but his skating and puck-handling skills let him have an impact in other ways.
The Russian forward could very well be available all the way through the mid-second round, and would suit Martin St-Louis’ vision for the future perfectly.
It wouldn’t be a shock to see this offensive defenceman be one of the first ones off the board.
Hockey is in the blood stream for this Minnesotan winger prospect.
The left-winger has some great tools to build with, but needs a blueprint.
A deeper look at Jiří Kulich, one of the fastest risers of the draft class, and how his strengths could suit the Habs’ needs perfectly.