Zach Bookman Remains Undiscovered by Many. If he’s not moving the needle for some, then look at the needle again. He’s currently playing in the Junior A National Championship playing for the Brooks Bandits in the AJHL. This talented blueliner has tools, and he’s itching to get into the round-robin
Zaccharya Wisdom currently plays for the Cedar Rapids Roughriders in the USHL. He turns 18 in April and therefore is 2022 NHL Draft Eligible. At 6-1, 166 pounds he is a work in progress to get the necessary strength to turn pro someday. As of now, this forward has a
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
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.
The most interesting defenseman in this draft, in my estimation, is Jet Woo. Will he be a first-round pick, or won’t he? Did scouts see enough of him this year? They know him, so I’d have to say yes but he did miss some time and that can affect where
Some players stand out in development camps because of their play. Noah Cates certainly did that. I felt like it took him a day to get used to the talent level and by Day 2 I gave him this report:
Noah Cates – 6-1, 165 – LW – Stillwater High School