Post Tagged with: "Prospects"

Drew Stafford has been on fire during the month of March - and it's certainly helping the Jets' playoff hopes. (Bruce Fedyck-USA TODAY Sports)

Let ‘Em Walk: The Jets Should Say Goodbye to Their Free Agents

This season the Winnipeg Jets exceeded all expectations when they got themselves into the playoffs. At the start of the season many experts were predicting doom and gloom in Winnipeg. […]

by · June 21, 2015 · 0 comments · Free Agents, Winnipeg Jets
Anthony Stolarz [photo: Amy Irvin]

Ranking The Top 10 Flyers Prospects: 10 Through 6

The 2014-2015 hockey season is in the rear view mirror for members of the Philadelphia Flyers organization. Flyers prospects have finished their season and are preparing for the summer. In […]

Dylan Strome is one option for an Arizona club in need of some offence. [photo: OHL Images]

3 Players the Maple Leafs Could Pick 4th Overall

The winds of change are blowing in Toronto. After another disappointing season Brendan Shanahan has his work more than cut out for him. He started by purging the organization of […]

Adam Marsh (David Connell/Saint John Sea Dogs)

Adam Marsh — The Next Ones: NHL 2015 Draft Prospect Profile

Adam Marsh THW Close-Up: Date of birth: 8/22/1997 Place of birth: Chicago, IL Ht: 6’0     Wt: 160 lbs Shoots: L Position: LW NHL Draft Eligibility: 2015 THW The Next Ones Rankings (February): not ranked Other […]

by · May 2, 2015 · 0 comments · NHL Entry Draft
Courtesy Over The Boards

USA Tier I National Champions Crowned

On an unassuming side street just a few short miles from Buffalo Niagara International Airport, on a cold Monday morning, three USA Hockey champions were crowned at the u14, u16, […]

by · March 30, 2015 · 0 comments · Prospects
Lawson Crouse is one of the most intriguing power forwards available for the 2013 OHL Draft (Photo by Brendan Ross/The Scouting Bureau)

Attached With Drafting Lawson Crouse is a High Opportunity Cost

Two roads diverged in a wood, and I–I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference–Robert Frost Lawson Crouse is highly ranked by many individuals […]

by · January 23, 2015 · 5 comments · Advanced Stats, Prospects
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The NHL Has a Scouting Problem

The longer I have been involved in hockey analytics the more and more I am finding myself interested in looking at the draft, the market inefficiencies and just how poorly […]

by · January 12, 2015 · 11 comments · Advanced Stats, Prospects
JT Compher [photo: Tom Sorensen]

Prospect Report: Sabres Prospects You Don’t Hear About

Fans in Buffalo keep a close eye on the future of the Sabres with the team in a full rebuild.  The big prospects like Armia, Grigorenko, Pysyk, McCabe, Bailey and Reinhart […]

by · December 2, 2014 · 1 comment · Buffalo Sabres, Prospects
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Is Bo Horvat Good Enough to Stay in the NHL?

Much like a child on Christmas morning the Vancouver Canucks’ management and fans are excited to show off Bo Horvat like their new toy. What’s there not to be excited […]

(James Guillory-USA TODAY Sports)

Change on the Blue Line: A Glimpse Into the Future

The Sabres are on a three game winning streak and starting to play better hockey.  Head Coach Ted Nolan recently made a change on the Sabres blue line and Buffalo […]

by · November 23, 2014 · 0 comments · Buffalo Sabres, Prospects
Review – Showtime: One Team. One Year. One Step from the NHL

Review – Showtime: One Team. One Year. One Step from the NHL

Showtime: One Team. One Year. One Step from the NHL by Ed Arnold (HarperCollins Publishers, Toronto. 2016) Of the three Major Junior hockey leagues that fall under the umbrella of […]

by · September 16, 2014 · Comments are Disabled · Hockey Books, OHL
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Leaving Their Footprint: 5 Must Watch Avs At Training Camp

Do you smell that? Pause, take a deep breath in and enjoy. It’s mid September, and hockey is in the air. All over North America and Europe skates are being […]