2017 NHL Mock Draft
The Lakeville native could be the Penguins’ Goalie of the Future... or the Wild’s...
The Dallas Stars re-up on a Russian with high end skill in the end of the first round.
After being called "boring" during their run to the conference finals, the Senators choose to add some scoring power.
Montreal adds winger depth in the first round with Isaac Ratcliffe from the Guelph Storm (OHL)
2017 NHL MOCK DRAFT: The Arizona Coyotes use the Minnesota Wild’s pick to select Robert Thomas 23rd overall
With the 23rd overall pick, the Arizona Coyotes select Robert Thomas from the OHL’s London Knights.
In the unfamiliar ground of the later round, the Oilers select a responsible, two-way center in Andersson
The Rangers get a much-needed boost to their prospect pool.
The Sharks add a smooth skating Swede to their prospect pool
Boston adds to their forward core with a skilled, but great all-around player in Klim Kostin.
Adam’s baby boy is looking to make the jump to the professional ranks as a projected first rounder
The highest ranked Czech player in this year’s draft goes to the Winnipeg Jets with the 13th overall pick.
The young Swede’s elite offensive talent tempts the Hurricanes into taking a European in the first round for only the third time in franchise history
The Kings add size and speed to their organization with the big Finn.
The Red Wings bolster their blue line at nine
Buffalo adds a good goal scorer to a position of strength with Owen Tippett.
Coyotes look to keep building up their back-end
The center from Winnipeg improved in his second full season in the WHL, cracking the top ten lists in both scoring and assists
With the 3rd overall pick in this year’s Hockey Wilderness Mock Draft, the Dallas Stars select Eden Prairie center Casey Mittelstadt.
Nolan Patrick offers a large body and strong upside in every aspect of the game.