2017 Draft Prospect Profiles
Meyer is a current Miami University RedHawk
A Russian goalie, eh? That’s worked before...
Texier is a center from France
He’s got size, he can score, but weaknesses in his game mean there’s no guarantees this 6’6" winger can become a true NHL power forward
The fabulous freshman was terrific for the Terriers
A late first-to-second round pick whose skating has held him back.
A defenseman with a high ceiling and a bad name
Columbus has had success with Winterhawks, but will he still be available?
...and he could be the first blueliner taken in the 2017 draft.
2017 Draft Prospect Profile: Michael Rasmussen has the size and skill, but will he fall in the first round?
The WHL center makes opponents pay in front of the net and scouts love his all-around ability.
Size, speed, awareness, and a never-take-a-shift-off mentality all add up to a top line prospect.
One of the most impressive playmakers in the 2017 draft class, Vilardi brings size and skills in one complete package.