A lot of quality dmen for 2nd round, late 1st round.
6'2 220 lbs Sean Day
seems like Seabrook: a big, good skating defensive dman.
http://thehockeywriters.com/2016-nhl-dr ... -sean-day/
Him getting the rare exceptional status like Ekblad probably put too much pressure on the young fella, but he's not going to be a #1, but a solid #2/#3 dman.
- http://thestarphoenix.com/sports/hockey ... 18-tourney
In his first year with the Blades, Hajek recorded three goals and 23 assists. He was named the team’s rookie of the year and its top defenceman.
Hajek showed he is one of the best skaters, if not the best, on the team and displayed solid hockey sense beyond his years.
His long reach makes life difficult for forwards trying to go around him, and he isn’t afraid to play a physical game.
His size and skill set has Hajek projected to go in the first round of this year’s
, guy broke Phaneuf's scoring record in Bantom over 3 years ago, he got an agent when he was 12 lol.
http://m.thehockeynews.com/articles/500 ... -step.html
“I’m an offensive defenseman,” he said. “I like to rush the puck and score goals, but defense is always first.”
And of course my fave 2nd rounder Lucas Johansen.
Hearing more about Cam Dineen
“Cam's that kind of new-age defenceman,” Oulahen said. “He defends really well, uses his stick well, and doesn't get himself into bad situations.”
http://www.sportsnet.ca/hockey/juniors/ ... -the-game/
Hoping we get another pick so we get draft Tyler Benson
, with all his injuries he could sneak past a lot of teams.
Bean, Fabbro gonna be gone within top 15.
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