Top five should be set in stone with Ekblad, Bennett, Reinhart, Draisaitl, Dal Colle.
5-10 open: Nylander, Ritchie, Fleury, Virtanen, Ehlers, Tuch, Perlini, Kapanen, McCann.
Darkhorses: Barbashev, Tuch, Honka, Pasternak one team could come out and draft these guys earlier than expected.
I see the Canucks landing around 9th - 10th overall, so it all depends on what the scouts/GMs/teams do in front of us.
I see: Virtanen, Fleury, Kapanen, McCann available, of those I'd pick Fleury.
1. Sabres - Ekblad
2. Oilers - Reinhart
3. Panthers - Bennett
4. Sabres - Dal Colle
5. Flamers - Ritchie (Burkie pick)
6. Canes - Draisaitl
7. Ducks - Perlini
8. Jets - Nylander
9. Predators - Ehlers
10. Canucks - Fleury
11. Toronto - McCann
12. Washington - Virtanen
13. Detroit - Kapanen
Virtanen will drop imo only due to being a one trick pony.
A rangy two-way defenseman, Haydn Fleury has made his way to the number six North American skater in Central Scouting's rankings. He is solid defender and uses his speed, composure, vision and physicality to control the defensive zone. He has not quite developed his offensive play to the same level, but that is not to say he lacks promise. He has an above-average shot and moves the puck fairly well but he his vision is somewhat limited in the offensive zone. He has, however, improved in these areas this season and has produced better numbers because of it.
As far as comparisons go, I would liken him to a Brent Seabrook or Jay Bouwmeester. Defensively he plays a similar game to Seabrook because of his size, speed, and physicality, while offensively he could potentially turn into a Bouwmeester-like player, due a good shot, the ability to jump in on the rush, and above average passing.http://www.ontheforecheck.com/2014/2/5/5384570/haydn-fleury-nhl-draft-2014-profile-video