Is Adam Fantilli the Next Jack Eichel?

Via Michigan Athletics In collegiate hockey, Michigan has been producing some all stars as of recently. Kyle Connor, Max Pacioretty, Matty Beniers, and many more. Currently, Michigan has some future NHL stars like Luke Hughes and Frank Nazar. One player whose having a monstrous freshman season is forward Adam Fantilli. Fantilli is scoring at anContinue reading “Is Adam Fantilli the Next Jack Eichel?”

Nils Lundkvist Trade Review

Via Frank Franklin II The New York Rangers traded Nils Lundkvist to the Dallas Stars in exchange for a 2023 conditional first round pick, and a 2025 conditional fourth round pick. Nils Lundkvist was the former 28th overall selection in 2018, and is a highly touted defensive prospect. The conditions for the first round pickContinue reading “Nils Lundkvist Trade Review”

All You Need to Know About 2022 Winnipeg Jets Young Stars Classic

Via Winnipeg Jets prospects will hit the ice September 16-19 for the 2022 Young Stars Classic in Penticton, British Columbia at the Okanagan Events Centre. This will mark the first time the tournament has been played since 2019 due to the Covid pandemic. They will play three games in four nights: Here’s a listContinue reading “All You Need to Know About 2022 Winnipeg Jets Young Stars Classic”

Top 10 performances from the Hlinka-Gretzky Cup: Part Two

Via Erica Perreaux // Hockey Canada Welcome back to the second edition of the top 10 performances from the 2022-23 Hlinka-Gretzky cup. In the first part, we went over our picks numbered 10-6. Today, we will take a look at the top five players that impressed us the most from the highly touted tournament. Enjoy!Continue reading “Top 10 performances from the Hlinka-Gretzky Cup: Part Two”

Top 10 Performances at the Hlinka-Gretzky Cup: Part One

Via Andreas Robanser As the yearly Hlinka-Gretzky Cup came and went, it was no surprise that the heavily touted Canadians nabbed gold in dramatic fashion with a win over team Sweden. Although getting any action over the summer is rare, prospect enthusiasts were greeted to an entertaining tournament filled with some of the best prospectsContinue reading “Top 10 Performances at the Hlinka-Gretzky Cup: Part One”

Anaheim Ducks Representatives at the 2022 World Juniors

Via Hockey Canada The NHL has Stanley Cup contenders and basement teams every season. The Anaheim Ducks find themselves somewhere in the middle of that spectrum – as a rebuilder. For a team that hasn’t qualified for the playoffs since the 2018-2019 season, and for a team which hasn’t won a playoff game since 2017,Continue reading “Anaheim Ducks Representatives at the 2022 World Juniors”

Avalanche Prospects Have a Limited Run at World Juniors

via and Colorado’s two prospects at the 2022 IIHF World Juniors take early exits. Over the past few seasons, the Colorado Avalanche organization has traded pick after pick in its chase for the Stanley Cup. The good news: the cup came home to Denver. The bad news: the Avs’ prospect pool hasn’t beenContinue reading “Avalanche Prospects Have a Limited Run at World Juniors”

Top Five Blues Prospects: Analyzed and Explained

via Even though Blues GM Doug Armstrong hasn’t had the best picks when it comes to how high they are in the draft, I still believe that, in the past few years, Armstrong and the Blues scouting department have made some great picks in the NHL Entry Draft. So let’s take a look atContinue reading “Top Five Blues Prospects: Analyzed and Explained”

Winnipeg Jets at the World Juniors (August 2022)

via Andy Devlin Hockey in August? Why not. With Covid putting a halt on the 2022 World Junior Tournament in Edmonton last December, it’s underway again giving hockey fans an opportunity to see some of their favorite teams’ prospects showcase themselves before NHL training camps get underway in September. Winnipeg has two players from theirContinue reading “Winnipeg Jets at the World Juniors (August 2022)”

The Scoring Touch’s 2022 NHL Entry Draft Consolidated Ranking

Via Picking out players for a mock draft last year was horrendous. I only got a few players right, some bold takes backfired on me hard, it was tough. Instead of a mock draft, I opted to do a consolidated list, where the teams whose own picks don’t matter, as I just rank theContinue reading “The Scoring Touch’s 2022 NHL Entry Draft Consolidated Ranking”