Takin’ a T/O With BT: 30 Prospects with Potential for the 2011 NHL Draft

February 3rd, 2011 by Bryan Thiel Leave a reply »
Many call the NHL All-Star break the midway point of the NHL season, meaning that it’s halfway between the beginning of the season, and the beginning of the playoffs.

But it also marks the last few months for any players that are eligible for that season’s draft to impress NHL brass, scouts, and fans. As we’ve seen in the past, some players put this time to good use and rocket up the rankings. Others falter and end up tumbling down the draft board while others still simply level off.

So who are some of the prospects that might be lucky enough to go in the first round of the draft in late June? Well some of these guys may just be that lucky, so why not have a look at the seasons they’re having so far.

PLEASE NOTE: This is NOT a mock-draft, nor is it a ‘best of the best’ list. Four mock-drafts were compared, and the 30 picks were selected from there and sorted out by average height of pick (Except for the top four where the order was randomly drawn). To complete the 30, players were then sorted by who was selected in three of the four and two of the four drafts.


1. Gabriel Landeskog ...

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