All Hall: A Look at the Top 10 Players in This Year’s NHL Draft

June 2nd, 2010 by Danny Flynn Leave a reply »
We are currently a little over three weeks away from the NHL's 2010 Entry Draft. Hockey's version may rank a distant fourth on the popularity scale when compared to the drafts of the NFL, NBA, and MLB, but that doesn't mean the players available aren't worthy of attention from sports fans. Right now they may just be 18-year-old prospects, but players like Taylor Hall and Tyler Seguin of Canada and the American born Cam Fowler all have the potential to become future superstars. If the league wants to get back on the sports landscape, it's going to have to find young stars to market and there certainly seems to be a good amount of potential stars available in 2010. These are players that I feel are the some of the most talented in the draft and ones who could represent a viable option for the following teams picking at the top. 1. Edmonton Oilers 2. Boston Bruins 3. Florida Panthers 4. Columbus Blue Jackets 5. New York Islanders 6. Tampa Bay Lightning 7. Carolina Hurricanes 8. Atlanta Thrashers 9. Minnesota Wild 10. New York Rangers Begin Slideshow


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