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2021 NHL Draft – – My Top 32 – – Version 4.0

1. Owen Power – Defense – Michigan - NCAA 2. Matty Beniers – Center – Michigan - NCAA 3. William Eklund - Left Wing – Djurgarden - SHL 4. Dylan Guenther – Right Wing - Edmonton – WHL 5. Luke Hughes – Defense – USA U-18 – NTDP 6. Simon Edvinsson – Defense - Frolunda

William Eklund Is The Most Versatile Forward In The NHL Draft

William Eklund is a very talented forward who will go very high in the upcoming 2021 NHL Draft. One of the biggest reasons why is the shortage of potential top-line centers. Could Eklund become just that? “I like both positions. I feel comfortable at both,” Eklund proclaimed. “I think my offense

Dylan Duke Plays Hockey the Right Way

Dylan Duke is a 2021 NHL Draft eligible player who was a top goal scorer with the NTDP this season. He was second to Sasha Pastujov in goals for the U18 squad with 29. That’s a nice year for a player who scores tough goals in the dirty areas and

2021 NHL Draft – – My Top 32 – – Version 3.0

Owen Power – Defense – Michigan - NCAA Matty Beniers – Center – Michigan - NCAA Brandt Clarke – Defense – Barrie - OHL William Eklund - Left Wing – Djurgarden - SHL Dylan Guenther – Right Wing - Edmonton - WHL Simon Edvinsson – Defense - Frolunda Jr.

Ty Gallagher Has a Great Sports Background

Ty Gallagher is a defenseman who plays for the NTDP and is expected to be selected in the 2021 NHL Draft. He’s known for his offensive game. He set a record for NTDP defenseman with 24 career goals. That’s from 2019-2021. That’s more than Will Butcher and Justin Faulk. “Growing up

2021 NHL Draft – – My Top 32 – – Version 2.0

Owen Power – Defense – Michigan - NCAA Matty Beniers – Center – Michigan - NCAA Brandt Clarke – Defense – Barrie - OHL William Eklund - Left Wing – Djurgarden - SHL Dylan Guenther – Right Wing - Edmonton - WHL Simon Edvinsson – Defense - Frolunda Jr.

Kent Johnson is Smart With a Ton of Upside

Kent Johnson had a good year at the University of Michigan, albeit a COVID-19 affected season. He can play left wing or center. His year at Michigan was an eye-opener. His nine goals and 18 assists were a solid freshman season. The fact that the Canadian forward was named to

2021 NHL Draft – – My Top 32 – – Version 1.0

2021 has been a weird season. There are a lot of players out on loan. Here's my first list and it won't be the last. Owen Power – Defense – Michigan - NCAA Matty Beniers – Center – Michigan - NCAA Brandt Clarke – Defense – Barrie - OHL William

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