Hockey Wilderness Mock Draft
Washington adds another skilled Russian to their pipeline with Vitali Kravtsov.
With the 29th overall pick, the Blues select Isac Lundeström, a two-way center from Sweden.
With the 24th pick, the Wild add to a defensive prospect pool lacking significant upside
Former QMJHL 1st overall pick is chosen at 23 to fill a future need the Ducks will have down the middle of the ice.
Not Michael, but Ryan McLeod will use talents to shine in NHL
The OHL standout slipped a few spots, making him a nice steal for Los Angeles.
The left winger from Cicero, New York gets drafted a little lower than he’s ranked.
Ryan Merkley of the Guelph Storm goes to the New York Islanders at 12th overall in the Hockey Wilderness mock draft.
As the pending free agency of John Tavares looms large over the Islanders, bringing in a high-upside center is an attractive option for a team that needs depth down the middle.
The Oilers get the winger they desperately need to bolster their top 6.
The CHL’s best offensive-defensemen is every team’s dream on the back-end
2018 NHL Mock Draft: The Vancouver Canucks take smooth-skating defenseman Ty Smith with the seventh pick
Vancouver could really use the services of a top-four talent to bolster its offense from the blueline.
Electrifying Swedish defenseman has opponents "Living in Danger"
Oh say can you see, reinforcements for Arizona’s d-corps?
The Habs add an explosive winger to their prospect pool.
The Canes can add an electric offensive forward to their young lineup.
All the hype is real (for now) and the Buffalo Sabres wont be able to pass up on adding his talents to their blue-line.
The Lakeville native could be the Penguins’ Goalie of the Future... or the Wild’s...