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2016 NHL Mock Draft

Minnesota Wild Mock Draft Master List

Every Mock Draft in one spot.

Bruins solidify blue line with Lucas Johansen

Blues looking for forward depth draft Boris Katchouk

The first round of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft is this Friday! We’ve been making our way through the draft, making picks for teams, and with just 3 picks left we land here. With the 28 pick in the 2016 Hockey Wilderness Mock Draft, the St. Louis Blues select...

Lightning picks stud defenseman Clague

Capitals select C Howden of Moose Jaw

Washington grabs a player who slipped through a couple cracks as it builds it's depth down the middle.

Stars could draft QMJHL Rookie of the Year Abramov

The Stars take inconsistent, but ocassionally stunning, Russian Vitaly Abramov in the Hockey Wilderness Mock Draft.

2nd Minnesotan is taken in the HW Mock Draft

Mock Draft: Florida selects power forward Kieffer Bellows

Blessed with an elite shot, Kieffer Bellows would be a great addition to the Panthers.

Winnipeg Gets Blue Line Help, Snag Logan Stanley

Hurricanes get some personality with Max Jones

Coyotes Load Up by Drafting Luke Kunin

The Arizona Coyotes draft the intelligent, well-rounded forward from the University of Wisconsin, Luke Kunin.

Islanders Strengthen Blue Line by Selecting McAvoy

Two way defender from Boston University will help Isles blue line of the future

Flyers take Russian two-way center German Rubtsov

As the Hockey Wilderness Mock Draft continues, Philadelphia takes well-rounded Russian center to add to their diverse prospect pool in spite of the meldonium doping scandal from this spring.

Fifteen Minnesota-born players will dot the 2016 NHL draft board

Predators get game-changing defenseman Bean

Mikhail Sergachev is the ideal defenseman for Detroit

Mikhail Sergachev would look good in a Red Wings uniform. Also- a Wild uniform. Also- any uniform.

Wild draft elite forward of the future...

Bruins add size and grit with power winger Julien Gauthier

The 2016 NHL Entry Draft is 22 days away and the Minnesota Wild are looking to find that next star to raise their franchise to the next level. Hockey Wilderness is counting down the days with a mock draft. We are at Pick 14 today, and the Boston Bruins are on the clock.

The Hurricanes take Clayton Keller in the HW Mock.

Taking advantage of Clayton Keller falling far down the ranks, the Carolina Hurricanes take care of an area of great weakness in their system.

Ottawa Selects Best Available: Tyson Jost

Senators select another man down the middle.

Devils gain offense with scorer Alex DeBrincat

After only scoring 184 goals last season, the Devils need to start building their offense. Alex DeBrincat, who scored 50 goals last season, would be a great addition to their prospect pool.

Avalanche picks size at number 10

Montreal gets a potential star in Alex Nylander

The incredibly skilled brother of William could make a name of his own.

Buffalo Beef Up, Draft Chychrun

The Sabres make a very good pick in Jakob Chychrun, the large defenseman from Sarnia.

Dante Fabbro adds long-term depth to a depleted Arizona Coyotes blue line

The Arizona Coyotes are in the market for a long-term solution and a top-flight defensman to help fill the holes they have on the blue line.

Mock Draft: Calgary Stays Black & Blue w/ Tkachuk

With the 6th pick the Calgary Flames draft winger Matthew Tkachuk from the London Knights.

Canucks get their #1 Defender

Vancouver selects 18-yr old Olli Juolevi of the London Knights with the 5th pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft

The Oilers take Dubois in the HW Mock Draft

The Oilers should trade back, but if they keep their pick, they could do a lot worse than hardworking forward Pierre-Luc Dubois of the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles.

Jesse Puljujarvi is quite the consolation prize for Blue Jacket's Finnish GM

Patrik Laine makes the Jets dangerous next year

With the second pick in the 2016 Hockey Wilderness Staff Mock Draft, the Winnipeg Jets select Patrik Laine.

HW Mock Draft: Pick Number One