Kieffer Bellows is another one of those youngsters (he turns 18 just before the Draft) who is posting other-worldly numbers and turning heads among the scouting ranks. The son of former NHL forward Brian Bellows, Kieffer has far exceeded the point-per-game level in his USHL and US Development Team career, including a gaudy 50 goals and 31 assists in 62 games this past season. He was also the Rookie of the Year in the USHL for the 2014-15 campaign. Here's the tale of the tape:
Current Team: US National Development Team
Date of Birth: June 10, 1998
Place of Birth: Edina, Minnesota, USA
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 194 lbs
He's physical on the forecheck and back pressure. He's definitely a shooter . . . he looks to shoot the puck and he has that ability, I think, in today's game, which is hard to do, is to get the pucks on the net from all kinds of odd angles and not just a soft shot; I mean he gets it on hard, it's a goal-scorer shot. The biggest thing everyone notices is the result of that, and the goal scoring. He scores goals