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2019 NHL Draft My Top 31 Version 2.0

Jack Hughes – 5-10, 179 – C – NTDP (pictured on left) Kaapo Kakko – 6-2, 190 – RW – TPS Alex Turcotte – 5-11 -186 – C – NTDP Vasily Podkolzin 6-1, 196 – RW – KHL Bowen Byram – 6-1, 195 – D – WHL Cole Caufield

Who Will the Flyers Draft at 11?

If the Flyers pick at 11th, I think the pick will be the Russian winger, Vasily Podkolzin. Here are some of my notes on him: Streaks up the ice. Can split the defense. Does everything at top speed and it’s hard to get the puck away from him. Can score backhand

Some Possible 2019 NHL Draft Scenarios

With the 2019 NHL Entry Draft rapidly approaching I had some ideas of what may happen there. I think there will be trades and it’s possible that it could affect the top 10 and more as we move forward. 1)    The Edmonton Oilers trade the 8th overall selection in a deal

Hockey Talk on a Monday Morning

Here's the latest on the Edmonton Oilers and Philadelphia Flyers: Check out Stick to the Hockey Podcast with a great interview with Flyers center Sean Couturier and NHL Playoffs Talk as well as a report on 2019 NHL Draft star, Cole Caufield. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/stick-2-hockey-podcast-episode-47-interview-sean-couturier/id1252688550?i=1000437085873 One more spot on Sirius XM talking about exceptional status,

Future Stars USHL Edition

Here are some younger players to watch: Danil Gushchin – 5-9, 161 – Muskegon - He’s a 2002 birthdate. This Russian has speed, feistiness on defense, enough to play the PK. He had a goal and an assist in one period but has been solid every time I’ve seen him. Sean Farrell

Suzuki Puts Montreal in Reset Mode

The Montreal Canadiens traded their captain, Max Pacioretty to the Las Vegas Golden Knights for Tomas Tatar, Nick Suzuki, and a second-round pick. They now picked up another center to play with Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Jonathan Drouin. Like Kotkaniemi, I would let Suzuki go back to junior hockey for one more

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