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
Jack Hughes is expected to be the top pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. He spoke to the media the day before the 2019 NHL Combine.
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Here's my first list. This is where I’m at so far. These are rankings. This is not a mock draft. This list will change between now and June.
Jack Hughes – 5-10, 179 - C - NTDP (pictured on left)
Kaapo Kakko – 6-2, 190 - RW - TPS
Brother combinations in sports can be magical. A few hockey notables were Bill and Bun Cook, Daniel and Henrik Sedin, Peter, Anton and Marian Stastny, Bobby and Dennis Hull, Phil and Tony Esposito, Henri and Maurice Richard; they all played together at some point in their careers. The World Junior
Jonathan Gruden is the son of coach of the OHL’s Hamilton Bulldogs. His dad was a former NHL defenseman (Capitals, Sens, Bruins) and now he’s looking to create his own path to the NHL. He is 2018 NHL Draft eligible and the 6-0, 172-pound forward has a chance to follow
I had a chance to take in a few games yesterday and here are some of the highlights. They’re all 2018 draft eligible with the exception of Hughes and Honka:
1) Andrei Svechnikov – 6-2, 188 – RW - He had a pretty goal on a one-timer. He really looks good