2013 Central Scouting Final Rankings Movement Tracker

Seth Jones & Nathan MacKinnon

Barring some improbable draft twist the Minnesota Wild can forget about drafting either of these two players in top rated Seth Jones and Nathan MacKinnon.  In fact, at this point Wild fans can probably look forward to a very quiet 1st round as for the first time in franchise history the team does not have have a selection in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft after trading it to the Buffalo Sabres as part of the Jason Pominville deal.  With the late start to the season due to the lockout and the Wild's playoff run I'm starting my series of draft-focused articles a little later than normal.  Even though the Wild do not currently hold a 1st round pick doesn't make this year's draft any less important for them or any of the league's 29 other teams.  In a salary cap world, the draft becomes important for teams to maximize, as they try to field the best team they possibly can under the cap.  Using players on Entry Level deals can really help a team maximize its dollars.  By not having a 1st round pick the Wild will have to really do its homework in order to find the best talent it can in the later rounds.  Part of that 'homework' for myself starts when the NHL Central Scouting Bureau, the league's talent assessment gurus puts together their final rankings.  There are lots of lists to choose from; McKeen's, International Scouting Service, The Hockey News, and TSN all put out a list of where they feel the talent is.  

2013 NHL Entry Draft

For the last few years I have taken the NHL Central Scouting Bureau's lists and made a color-coded movement tracker to see which prospects who rose and fell from the mid-term rankings.  Its a simple way to track the trajectory of a prospect in the eyes of NHL scouts.  Its meant to be a tool for you to use when you put together your mock draft lists.  Is it scientific?  Nope, but if it makes it easier to notice those players climbing fast and those spiraling downward its worth it.  So which players are moving on up in the rankings and who are falling?  

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NHL Central Scouting

The lists can also be an indicator to the stability of the rankings.  If you see a lot of different colors it means there is lots of change in the rankings meaning scouts might be unsure of where players should be, whereas if you see a lot of gray the scouts are confident of where the players stand.  The experts have been saying that this year's crop of prospects is one of the best in years.  I am not sold on that belief at all.  Why?  When I read through the assessments almost all of the prospects have considerable holes to their game or seem to have some major questions about their potential.  Maybe its just me but those areas of concern combine to make me question the strength of this draft class.  I think experts; especially those at TSN and the Hockey News are almost always 'bullish' on the draft because they're trying to build up their ratings or sell a few more magazines.  You don't do that by saying this draft will be underwhelming.  

I have color coded all of NHL Central Scouting's lists.  Overall there is more stability in the North American rankings than the European lists, but that is not unusual.  The Wild have shown a tendency to want to select those prospects that were fast risers.  Brent Burns, Brett Bulmer and Justin Falk were examples of this.  The European skaters list often Here are the top 5 risers and 5 players who have experienced major drops of any list of those players who were rated in the mid-term and final rankings.   

Top 5 Risers:

1. D – Keegan Kanzing (Victoria, WHL) ~ 112 from 194 ~ The 6'5", 238lbs behemoth blueliner was the top riser, moving up 82 spots from his mid-term rankings.  The defenseman is your classic, big mean stay home defenseman who had 0 goals and 7 assists to go along with a 159 PIM's in 70 games.  

2. D – Kyle Burroughs (Regina, WHL) ~ 133 from 206 ~ The smaller offensive-minded defenseman rose an impressive 73 spots after a strong season with the Pats.  The 5'11", 175lbs defenseman had 5 goals, 33 points and 91 PIM's in 70 games.   

3.  C – Peter Quenneville (Dubuque, USHL) ~ 130 from 192 ~ The Qunnipiac commit had a terrific season for Dubuque where he put up 33 goals and 70 points which is why he rose 73 spots.  The 5'11", 175lbs Edmonton-native helped lead the Saints to a Clark Cup as USHL Champions.

4. RW - Vyacheslav Leschenko (Mytischi-2, Rus. Div. 2) ~ 32 from 103 ~ The skilled Russian forward had 9 goals and 19 points in 53 games.  The 6'0", 161lbs winger rose 71 spots.  

5.  D – Samuel Morin (Rimouski, QMJHL) ~ 23 from 76 ~ The 6'6", 203lbs defenseman has potentially climbed into the NHL's 1st round after a strong season.  The big-bodied stay at home blueliner rose 53 spots in the rankings after putting up 4 goals, 16 points, 117 penalty minutes and was a +10 in 46 games this season.  

Top 5 sinkers:

1.  RW – Bronson Beaton (Cape Breton, QMJHL) ~ 194 from 103 ~ The Screaming Eagles' winger has the dubious distinction of being the biggest sinker according to the NHL Central Scouting after having fallen 91 spots.  The 6'1", 202lbs center had a forgettable 13 goals, 32 points and was a woeful -32 for Cape Breton.  

2.  LW – Stephen Harper (Erie, OHL) ~ 128 from 38 ~ I promise you this isn't some hidden political joke about Canada's Prime Minister.  Harper fell 90 spots, and out of being a potential 2nd round pick to being selected in the 5th or later rounds after rough season for the Otters.  The 6'2", 200lbs winger had 18 goals and 38 points as well as being an ugly -38 in 67 games.  

3.  LW – Trevor Moore (Tri-City, USHL) ~ 192 from 108 ~ The Storm's leading scorer and University of Denver commit fell 84 spots from the mid-term rankings.  The 5'9", 170lbs winger had 20 goals and 63 points, but his -20 did not impress scouts.  

4.  D – Juuso Riikola (Kalpa Jr. Fin. Jr.) ~ 115 from 55 ~ The offensively inclined defenseman fell 60 spots in the rankings after playing just 6 games in the Sm-Liiga this season where he had 6 assists in 20 games.  The 6'0", defenseman did not impress scouts with his super slight 157lbs frame.

5.  C – Brody Silk (Sudbury, OHL) ~ 161 from 107 ~ The agitating winger did not find the back of the net nearly enough for the scouts' liking as he fell 54 spots.  The 6'0", 185lbs winger had just 12 goals and 36 points to go along with 102 penalty minutes and was a -5 in 55 games.  

Movement Tracking Colors:

+/- 3 – Is Gray

-4/-7 - Is Green

-8 or more - Is Blue

+4/+7 – Is Orange

+8 or more – Is Red

Not rated players will be listed in Black

North American Skaters:

#1 (1)  ~ D, Seth Jones (Portland, WHL)

#2 (2) ~ C, Nathan MacKinnon (Halifax, QMJHL)

#3 (3) ~ LW, Jonathan Drouin (Halifax, QMJHL)

#4 (9) ~ D, Darnell Nurse (Sault Ste. Marie, OHL)

#5 (4) ~ C, Sean Monahan (Ottawa, OHL)

#6 (5) ~ LW/C, Hunter Shinkaruk (Medicine Hat, WHL)

#7 (8) ~ LW, Valentin Zykov (Baie-Comeau, QMJHL)

#9 (12) ~ D, Mirco Mueller (Everett, WHL)

#10 (10) ~ RW, Anthony Mantha (Val d' Or, QMJHL)

#11 (17) ~ D, Shea Theodore (Seattle, WHL)

#12 (6) ~ D, Ryan Pulock (Brandon, WHL)

#13 (33) ~ RW, Zach Nastasiuk (Owen Sound, OHL)

#14 (19) ~ D, Chris Bigras (Owen Sound, OHL)

#15 (15) ~ C, Bo Horvat (London, OHL)

#16 (25) ~ RW, Ryan Hartman (Plymouth, OHL)

#17 (18) ~ LW, Kerby Rychel (Windsor, OHL)

#18 (14) ~ LW, William Carrier (Cape Breton, QMJHL)

#19 (23) ~ C, Max Domi (London, OHL)

#20 (26) ~ RW/C, Curtis Lazar (Edmonton, WHL)

#21 (28) ~ C, Jimmy Lodge (Saginaw, OHL)

#22 (30) ~ D, Nikita Zadorov (London, OHL)

#23 (76) ~ D, Samuel Morin (Rimouski, QMJHL)

#24 (21) ~ D, Ian McCoshen (USNDT, USHL)

#25 (24) ~ LW, Morgan Klimchuk (Regina, WHL)

#26 (13) ~ LW, Adam Erne (Quebec, QMJHL)

#27 (11) ~ D, Joshua Morrissey (Prince Albert, WHL)

#28 (41) ~ C, Laurent Dauphin (Chicoutimi, QMJHL)

#29 (59) ~ C, John Hayden (USNDT, USHL)

#30 (16) ~ C, Jason Dickinson (Guelph, OHL)

#31 (44) ~ D, Dillon Heatherington (Swift Current, WHL)

#32 (22) ~ D, Madison Bowey (Kelowna, WHL)

#33 (34) ~ C, Nicolas Petan (Portland, WHL)

#34 (20) ~ LW, J.T. Compher (USNDT, USHL)

#35 (31) ~ RW, Michael McCarron (USNDT, USHL)

#36 (29) ~ LW, Oliver Bjorkstrand (Portland, WHL)

#37 (45) ~ D, Jonathan-Ismael Diaby (Victoriaville, QMJHL)

#38 (37) ~ RW, Justin Bailey (Kitchener, OHL)

#39 (43) ~ LW, Emile Poirer (Gatineau, QMJHL)

#40 (36) ~ D, Brett Pesce (New Hampshire, H-East)

#41 (39) ~ D, Eric Roy (Brandon, OHL)

#42 (62) ~ LW, Adam Tambellini (Vernon, BCHL)

#43 (40) ~ D, Jan Kostalek (Rimouski, QMJHL)

#44 (77) ~ D, Thomas Vanelli (Minnetonka, USHS-MN)

#45 (32) ~ C, Connor Hurley (Edina, USHS-MN)

#46 (87) ~ D, Myles Bell (Kelowna, WHL)

#47 (47) ~ D, Steven Santini (USNDT, USHL)

#48 (27) ~ RW, Nick Sorensen (Quebec, QMJHL)

#49 (49) ~ D, Michael Downing (Dubuque, USHL)

#50 (NR) ~ Pavel Laplante (PEI, QMJHL)

#51 (57) ~ D, Gustav Olofsson (Green Bay, USHL)

#52 (54) ~ LW, Gabryel Paquin-Boudreau (Baie-Comeau, QMJHL)

#53 (51) ~ D, Keaton Thompson (USNDT, USHL)

#54 (58) ~ C, Marc-Olivier Roy (Blainville-Boisbriand, QMJHL)

#55 (81) ~ D, Jordan Subban (Belleville, OHL)

#56 (46) ~ C, Ryan Fitzgerald (Valley, EJHL)

#57 (35) ~ LW, Anthony Duclair (Quebec, QMJHL)

#58 (48) ~ LW/C, Nick Moutrey (Saginaw, OHL)

#59 (55) ~ D, Mason Geertsen (Vancouver, WHL)

#60 (83) ~ LW, Zachary Sanford (Islanders, EJHL)

#61 (105) ~ RW, Nicholas Baptiste (Sudbury, OHL)

#62 (98) ~ C, Sean Malone (USNDT, USHL)

#63 (69) ~ C, Ryan Kujawinski (Kingston, OHL)

#64 (75) ~ D, Teemu Kivihalme (Burnsville, USHS-MN)

#65 (112) ~ RW, Jackson Houck (Vancouver, WHL)

#66 (67) ~ D, Tyler Lewington (Medicine Hat, WHL)

#67 (104) ~ LW, David Pope (West Kelowna, BCHL)

#68 (91) ~ D, Alex Coulombe (Stanstead College, High-QC)

#69 (63) ~ D, Mitchell Wheaton (Spruce Grove, BCHL)

#70 (42) ~ RW, Hudson Fasching (USNDT, USHL)

#71 (56) ~ LW, Remi Elie (London, OHL)

#72 (52) ~ C, Kurt Etchegary (Quebec, QMJHL)

#73 (53) ~ C, Vincent Dunn (Val d' Or, QMJHL)

#74 (95) ~ D, Dylan Labbe (Shawinigan, QMJHL)

#75 (79) ~ D, Anthony Florentino (USHS-CT)

#76 (65) ~ D, Spenser Jensen (Medicine Hat, WHL)

#77 (86) ~ C, Avery Peterson (Grand Rapids, USHS-MN)

#78 (68) ~ D, Ty Stanton (Medicine Hat, WHL)

#79 (93) ~ C, Jeremy Gregoire (Baie-Comeau, QMJHL)

#80 (114) ~ C, Jake Guentzel (Sioux City, USHL)

#81 (72) ~ D, Blake Heinrich (Sioux City, USHL)

#82 (123) ~ C, Curtis Valk (Medicine Hat, WHL)

#83 (96) ~ C, J.C. Lipon (Kamloops, WHL)

#84 (109) ~ C, Tyler Motte (USNDT, USHL)

#85 (61) ~ LW, Roberts Lipsbergs (Seattle, WHL)

#86 (64) ~ D, Luke Ripley (Powell River, BCHL)

#87 (170) ~ D, Will Butcher (USNDT, USHL) 

#88 (73) ~ D, Connor Clifton (USNDT, USHL)

#89 (140) ~ C, Colby Cave (Swift Current, WHL)

#90 (50) ~ D, Kayle Doetzel (Red Deer, WHL)

#91 (177) ~ LW, Martin Reway (Gatineau, QMJHL)

#92 (97) ~ LW, Cole Ully (Kamloops, WHL)

#93 (113) ~ RW, Brendan Harms (Fargo, USHL)

#94 (133 ) ~ C, Nick Hutchinson (Avon Old Farms, USHS-CT)

#95 (156 ) ~ D, Dakota Mermis (London, OHL)

#96 (78) ~ C, Luke Johnson (Lincoln, USHL)

#97 (90) ~ LW/C, Jason Salvaggio (South Kent School, USHS-CT)

#98 (138) ~ LW, Connor Rankin (Tri-City, WHL)

#99 (148) ~ D, Nikolas Brouillard (Drummondville, QMJHL)

#100 (159) ~ LW/C, Greg Betzgold (Peterborough, OHL)

#101 (80) ~ D, Ben Harpur (Guelph, OHL)

#102 (122) ~ C, Carter Verhaeghe (Niagara, OHL)

#103 (70) ~ D, Jared Hauf (Seattle, WHL)

#104 (125) ~ D, Wiley Sherman (Hotckiss School, USHS-CT)

#105 (84) ~ D, Marc McNulty (Prince George, WHL)

#106 (124) ~ RW, Grant Besse (Benilde-St. Margaret's, USHS-MN)

#107 (74) ~ RW, Thomas Gobeil (Chicoutimi, QMJHL)

#108 (NR) ~ LW, Aidan Muir (Victory Honda Midget, MWEHL)

#109 (117) ~ C, Brian Pinho (St. John's Prep, USHS-MA)

#110 (116) ~ C, Kyle Platzer (London, OHL)

#111 (150) ~ D, Nolan DeJong (Victoria, BCHL)

#112 (194) ~ D, Keegan Kanzig (Victoria, WHL)

#113 (66) ~ D, Jeff Corbett (Sudbury, OHL)

#114 (110) ~ D, Matthew Murphy (Halifax, QMJHL)

#115 (99) ~ D, Maxime Gravel (Rimouski, QMJHL)

#116 (118) ~ D, Ryan Graves (PEI, QMJHL)

#117 (134) ~ C, Matt Buckles (St. Michael's, OJHL)

#118 (149) ~ LW, Sergei Tochinsky (Sault Ste. Marie, OHL)

#119 (166) ~ LW, Troy Josephs (St. Michael's, OJHL)

#120 (60) ~ C, Cole Cassels (Oshawa, OHL)

#121 (161) ~ D, Dane Birks (Merritt, BCHL)

#122 (89) ~ C, Blaine Byron (Smiths Falls, CCHL)

#123 (92) ~ LW, Joshua Burnside (Mississauga, OHL)

#124 (102) ~ LW, Nicholas Paul (Brampton, OHL)

#125 (127) ~ LW, Brent Pedersen (Kitchener, OHL)

#126 (165) ~ RW, Trent Lofthouse (Victoria, WHL)

#127 (NR) ~ RW, Stephen Anderson (Saint John, QMJHL)

#128 (38) ~ LW, Stephen Harper (Erie, OHL)

#129 (137) ~ D, Carson Soucy (Spruce Grove, BCHL)

#130 (192) ~ C, Peter Quenneville (Dubuque, USHL)

#131 (NR) ~ RW, Jedd Soleway (Penticton, BCHL)

#132 (NR) ~ C, Jonny Brodzinski (St. Cloud State, WCHA)

#133 (206) ~ D, Kyle Burroughs (Regina, WHL)

#134 (139) ~ C, Jayden Hart (Prince Albert, WHL)

#135 (NR) ~ LW, Daniel Nikandrov (Sarnia, OHL)

#136 (NR) ~ LW, Alex Kile (Green Bay, USHL)

#137 (182) ~ RW, Jamal Watson (Lethbridge, WHL)

#138 (163) ~ LW, Miles Wood (Nobles, USHS-MA)

#139 (146) ~ LW, Dominik Kubalik (Sudbury, OHL)

#140 (119) ~ D, Parker Reno (Edina, USHS-MN)

#141 (174) ~ D, Neal Pionk (Hermantown, USHS-MN)

#142 (189) ~ C, Andrew Copp (U. of Michigan, CCHA)

#143 (NR) ~ C, Alex Iafallo (Fargo, USHL)

#144 (101) ~ C, Cameron Brace (Owen Sound)

#145 (126) ~ C, Erik Bradford (Barrie, OHL)

#146 (NR) ~ D, Leslie Zachary (Guelph, OHL)

#147 (NR) ~ D, Ben Betker (Everett, WHL)

#148 (NR) ~ D, Gage Ausmus (USNDT, USHL)

#149 (155) ~ D, Ayrton Nikkel (Everett, WHL)

#150 (88) ~ D, Miles Liberati (London, OHL)

#151 (NR) ~ LW, Tyrell Goulbourne (Kelowna, WHL)

#152 (181) ~ C, Jean-Sebastien Dea (Rouyn-Noranda, QMJHL)

#153 (94) ~ RW/C, Gregory Chase (Calgary, WHL)

#154 (NR) ~ LW, Peter Trainor (Rimouski,QMJHL)

#155 (152) ~ C, Tim McGauley (Brandon, WHL)

#156 (82) ~ C, Hunter Garlent (Guelph, OHL)

#157 (180) ~ C, Evan Allen (USNDT, USHL)

#158 (128) ~ C, Zach Hall (Barrie, OHL)

#159 (NR) ~ RW, Rhyse Dieno (Red Deer, WHL)

#160 (115) ~ LW, Zach Glienke (Eagan, USHS-MN)

#161 (107) ~ C, Brody Silk (Sudbury, OHL)

#162 (141) ~ D, Kevin Guiltinan (Prince George, WHL)

#163 (185) ~ RW, Axel Blomquist (Lethbridge, WHL)

#164 (208) ~ D, MacKenzie Wegar (Halifax, QMJHL)

#165 (NR) ~ D, Adam Henry (Lethbridge, WHL)

#166 (NR) ~ D, Tyler Ganly (Sault Ste. Marie, OHL)

#167 (209) ~ LW, Nicolas Beaudin (Stanstead College, High-QC)

#168 (NR) ~ D, Mickael Beauregard (Gatineau, QMJHL)

#169 (136) ~ D, Ryan Segalla (Salisbury, USHS-CT)

#170 (143) ~ C, Jacob Jackson (Tartan, USHS-MN)

#171 (145) ~ LW, Tommy Veilleux (Victoriaville, QMJHL)

#172 (153) ~ D, Jerret Smith (Seattle, WHL)

#173 (NR) ~ LW, Zach Prochiro (Prince George, WHL)

#174 (151) ~ D, Joshua Brown (Oshawa, OHL)

#175 (195) ~ D, Austin Adam (Everett, WHL)

#176 (135) ~ LW, Adam Johnson (Hibbing, USHS-MN)

#177 (NR) ~ LW, Ryan Lomberg (U. of Maine, H-East)

#178 (173) ~ D, Willie Raskob (Shattuck-St. Mary's, USHS-MN)

#179 (NR) ~ RW, Levi Bews (Swift Current, WHL)

#180 (NR) ~ LW, Henri Ikonen (Kingston, OHL)

#181 (164) ~ D, Clint Lewis (USNDT, USHL)

#182 (162) ~ C, John Stevens (Dubuque, USHL)

#183 (NR) ~ D, Mike Williamson (Spruce Grove, BCHL)

#184 (NR) ~ D, Josh Healey (Sherwood Park, AJHL)

#185 (178) ~ D, Connor Light (Andover, USHS-MA)

#186 (121) ~ RW, Ross Olsson (Cedar Rapids, USHL)

#187 (85) ~ LW, Tyler Hill (Chicago, USHL)

#188 (183) ~ LW, Jean Dupuy (Kingston, OHL)

#189 (NR) ~ D, Jacob Sweeney (Moncton, QMJHL)

#190 (NR) ~ D, Taylor Green (Seattle, WHL)

#191 (NR) ~ C, Anthony Louis (USNDT, USHL)

#192 (108) ~ LW, Trevor Moore (Tri-City, USHL)

#193 (NR) ~ LW/C, Taylor Cammarata (Waterloo, USHL)

#194 (103) ~ RW, Bronson Beaton (Cape Breton, QMJHL)

#195 (172) ~ C, Daniel LaFontaine (Avon Old Farms, USHS-CT)

#196 (130) ~ RW, Michael Joly (Rimouski, QMJHL)

#197 (184) ~ LW, Anthony Difruscia (Niagara, OHL)

#198 (160) ~ D, Quin Pompi (Berkshire, USHS-MN)

#199 (188) ~ RW, Stephen Nosad (Peterborough, OHL)

#200 (NR) ~ C, Raphael LaFontaine (Acadie-Bathurst, QMJHL)

#201 (NR) ~ RW, Thomas Aldworth (Cushing Academy, USHS-MA)

#202 (198) ~ RW/C, Kiefer Sherwood (Ohio Blue Jackets, USMAAAE)

#203 (NR) ~ C, Justin Kloos (Waterloo, USHL)

#204 (NR) ~ D, Paul Stoykewych (Winnipeg Blues, MJHL)

#205 (171) ~ D, Jurij Repe (Saint John, QMJHL)

#206 (197) ~ D, Tyler Wood (Nobles, USHS-MA)

#207 (NR) ~ LW, Tyler Bertuzzi (Guelph, OHL)

#208 (NR) ~ C, Gabe Guertler (Fargo, USHL)

#209 (NR) ~ C, Vinny Lettieri (Lincoln, USHL)

#210 (NR) ~ LW, Frank Dichiara (Dubuque, USHL)

 

North American Goalies:

#1 (1) Zachary Fucale (Halifax, QMJHL)

#2 (2) Eric Comrie (Tri City, WHL)

#3 (3) Tristan Jarry (Edmonton, WHL)

#4 (4) Calvin Petersen (Waterloo, USHL)

#5 (5) Martin Spencer (Mississauga, OHL)

#6 (7) Eamon McAdam (Waterloo, USHL)

#7 (6) Philippe Desrosiers (Rimouski, QMJHL)

#8 (10) Patrick Bartosak (Red Deer, WHL)

#9 (NR) Antoine Bibeau (PEI, QMJHL)

#10 (11) Austin Lotz (Everett, WHL)

#11 (8) Michael Guigovaz (Peterborough, OHL)

#12 (9) Evan Cowley (Witchita Falls, NAHL)

#13 (13) Brendan Burke (Portland, WHL)

#14 (25) Alexandre Belanger (Rouyn-Noranda, QMJHL)

#15 (35) Shane Starrett (South Kent School, USHS-CT)

#16 (12) Louis-Philip Guindon (Drummondville, QMJHL)

#17 (18) MacKenzie Skapski (Kootenay, WHL)

#18 (15) Jordan Dekort (Windsor, OHL)

#19 (23) Charlie Lindgren (Sioux Falls, USHL)

#20 (16) Jake Patterson (London, OHL)

#22 (19) Eric Brassard (Gatineau, QMJHL)

#23 (20) Eetu Laurikainen (Swift Current, WHL)

#24 (30) Sean Romeo (Youngstown, USHL)

#25 (28) Mack Shields (Calgary, WHL)

#26 (34) Merrick Madsen (Proctor Academy, USHS-NH)

#27 (26) Jackson Whistle (Kelowna, WHL)

#28 (33) Chad Kautnar (Penticton, BCHL)

#29 (17) Brett Zarowany (Prince George, WHL)

#30 (NR) Taran Kozun (Kamloops, WHL)

#31 (14) Frank Palazzese (Kitchener, OHL)

#32 (21) Charlie Graham (Belleville, OHL)

#33 (24) Jacob Blair (Ottawa, OHL)

 

European Skaters:

#1 (1) ~ C, Aleksander Barkov (Tappara, Sm-Liiga)

#2 (4) ~ RW, Valeri Nichushkin (Chelyabinsk-2, Russian Jr.)

#3 (2) ~ C, Elias Lindholm (Brynas Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#4 (3) ~ D, Rasmus Ristolainen (TPS, Sm-Liiga)

#5 (8) ~ C, Alexander Wennberg (Djugarden Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#6 (5) ~ LW, Andre Burkowsky (Malmo Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#7 (6) ~ C, Jacob Rose (Leksand Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#8 (7) ~ D, Robert Hagg (Modo Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#9 (9) ~ LW, Arturri Lehkonen (TPS Jr., Finland Jr.)

#10 (11) ~ LW, Pavel Buchnevich (Cherepovets-2, Russian Jr.)

#11 (15) ~ C, Bogdan Yakimov (Nizhnekamsk-2, Russian Jr.)

#12 (10) ~ C, Dano Marko (Trencin, Slovakia)

#13 (14) ~ D, Linus Arnesson (Djugarden Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#14 (21) ~ C, Viktor Rydberg (Lingkoping Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#15 (18) ~ D, Wilhelm Westlund (Farestad Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#16 (17) ~ RW, Lucas Wallmark (Skelleftea Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#17 (26) ~ D, Andrei Mironov (Mvd Balashikha-2, Russian Jr.)

#18 (33) ~ D, Carl Dahlstrom (Djurgarden Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#19 (20) ~ LW, Viktor Arvidsson (Skelleftea Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#20 (16) ~ LW, Anton Slepyshev (Novokuznetsk, KHL)

#21 (45) ~ D, Rushan Rafikov (Yaroslavl-2, Russian Jr.)

#22 (24) ~ D, Emil Djuse (Sodertalje Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#23 (13) ~ LW, Juuso Ikonen (Blues Jr., Finland Jr.)

#24 (25) ~ RW, Alexander Henriksson (Farjestad Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#25 (19) ~ D, Anton Cederholm (Rogle Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#26 (74) ~ D, Niklas Hansson (Rogle Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#27 (27) ~ C, Fabio Hogger (Kloten Jr., Swiss Jr.)

#28 (NR) ~ LW, Peter Cehlarik (Lulea Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#29 (41) ~ RW, Victor Ohman (Modo Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#30 (75) ~ D, Sergei Stetsenko (CSKA-2, Russian Jr.)

#31 (47 ) ~ RW, Fabian Gunnarson (Farjestad Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#32 (103) ~ RW, Vyachelsav Leschenko (Mytschi-2, Russian Jr.) 

#33 (NR) ~ RW, Andreas Johnson (Frolunda Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#34 (30) ~ D, Ruzal Galeyev (Kazan-2, Russian Jr.)

#35 (43) ~ RW, Ilya Korneev (Yaroslavl-2, Russian Jr.)

#36 (91) ~ D, Andreas Borgman (Timra Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#37 (56) ~ C, Filip Sandberg (HV71 Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#38 (39) ~ D, Jesper Petterson (Linkoping Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#39 (48) ~ D, Nikolai Glukhov (Omsk-2, Russian Jr.)

#40 (22) ~ C, Miro Aaltonen (Blues, Sm-Liiga)

#41 (NR) ~ D, Dmitri Yudin (Nizhny Tagil-2, Russian Jr.)

#42 (52) ~ RW, Timotej Sille (Skalica Jr., Slovakia Jr.)

#43 (28) ~ C, Vyacheslav Osnovin (Chelyabinsk-2, Russian Jr.)

#44 (37) ~ D, Jan Stencel (Vitkovice Jr., Czech Jr.)

#45 (29) ~ C, Maxim Mamin (CSKA-2, Russian Jr.)

#46 (46) ~ D, Tommy Stenqvist (Timra Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#47 (12) ~ D, Viktor Baldayev (Mytischi-2, Russian Jr.)

#48 (31) ~ LW, Pavel Zykov (CSKA-2, Russian Jr.)

#49 (40) ~ C, Alekksi Mustonen (Jokerit Jr., Finland Jr.)

#50 (NR) ~ RW, Alexei Filippov (Chelyabinsk-2, Russian Jr.)

#51 (23) ~ LW, Joose Antonen (Ilves-2, Finland Jr.)

#52 (32) ~ RW, Igor Boldin (Spartak-2, Russian Jr.)

#53 (68) ~ C, Aleksi Ainali (HIFK Jr., Finland Jr.)

#54 (95) ~ RW, David Kampf (Chomutov Jr., Czech Jr.)

#55 (36) ~ D, Martin Kokes (Litvinov Jr., Czech Jr.)

#56 (35) ~ D, Dean Kukan (Lulea Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#57 (53) ~ RW, Markus Eisenschmid (Kaufbeuren Jr., German Jr.)

#58 (NR) ~ D, Robin Norell (Djurgarden Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#59 (59) ~ RW, Fabrice Herzog (Zug Jr., Swiss Jr.)

#60 (NR) ~ RW, Adam Brodecki (Brynas Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#61 (105) ~ C, Luca Hischier (Bern Jr., Swiss Jr.)

#62 (49) ~ LW/RW/C, Alexander Mokshantsev (Yaroslavl-2, Russian Jr.)

#63 (64) ~ LW, Edgars Klavins (AIK Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#64 (65) ~ LW, Gustav Possler (Modo Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#65 (98) ~ LW, Lubos Rob (Ceske Budovice Jr., Czech Jr.)

#66 (73) ~ C, Eduard Simun (Banska Bystrica Jr., Slovakia Jr.)

#67 (NR) ~ C, Gustav Rydahl (Frolunda Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#68 (72) ~ LW, Leon Bristedt (Linkoping Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#69 (NR) ~ LW, Jesper Froden (Huddinge Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#70 (NR) ~ C, Ludvig Nilsson (Timra Jr., Sweden Jr.) 

#71 (NR) ~ LW, David Griger (Poprad Jr., Slovakia Jr.)

#72 (34) ~ RW, David Soltes (Kosice Jr., Slovakia Jr.)

#73 (51) ~ D, Evgeni Gureyev (Yaroslavl-2, Russian Jr.)

#74 (38) ~ C, Saku Salminen (Jokerit Jr., Finland Jr.)

#75 (66) ~ LW, Andrei Yerofeyev (Chelyabinsk-2, Russian Jr.)

#77 (116) ~ RW, Edwin Hedberg (Modo Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#78 (61) ~ LW, Saku Kinnunen (Kalpa Jr., Finland Jr.)

#79 (NR) ~ LW/RW, Anton Wedin (Timra Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#80 (NR) ~ C, Emil Pettersson (Timra Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#81 (62) ~ LW, Luca Fazzini (Lugano Jr., Swiss Jr.)

#82 (63) ~ LW, Markus Soberg (Frolunda Jr, Sweden Jr.)

#83 (NR) ~ C, Daniel Ljunggren (Brynas Jr. Sweden Jr.)

#84 (NR) ~ RW, Tobias Tornkvist (Rogle Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#85 (69) ~ C, Jason Fuchs (Chaux-de-Fonds Jr., Swiss Jr.)

#86 (79) ~ D, Mattias Norstebo (Brynas Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#87 (71) ~ RW, Vladimir Ionin (Chelyabinsk-2, Russian Jr.)

#88 (76) ~ D, Sergei Barchenkov (Mytschi-2, Russian Jr.)

#89 (42) ~ D, Atte Makinen (Tappara Jr., Finland Jr.)

#90 (44) ~ LW, Evgeni Zakurin (Yaroslavl-2, Russian Jr.)

#91 (86) ~ RW, Ivan Fishchenko (Omsk-2, Russian Jr.)

#92 (87) ~ D, Denis Alexandrov (St. Petersberg-2, Russian Jr.)

#93 (77) ~ C, Mads Eller (Frolunda Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#94 (81) ~ RW, Jorgen Katerud (Valerenga, Norway)

#95 (78) ~ RW, Niko Ojamaki (Assat Jr., Finland Jr.)

#96 (94) ~ D, Aleksi Makela (Ilves Jr., Finland Jr.)

#97 (NR) ~ RW, Aleandr Barbanov (St. Petersberg-2, Russian Jr.)

#98 (83) ~ LW, Matthias Asperup (Copenhagen, Denmark)

#99 (114) ~ RW, Tobias Lindberg (Djugarden Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#100 (NR) ~ LW, Anton Blidh (Frolunda Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#101 (70) ~ C, Tobias Liljendahl (Djugarden Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#102 (89) ~ D, Amil Krupie (Rogle Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#103 (82) ~ RW, Felix Westermarck (Blues Jr., Finland Jr.)

#104 (109) ~ LW/RW/C, Erik Gollenbeck (Mannheim Jr., German Jr.)

#105 (102) ~ LW/RW/C, Konstantin Okulov (Novosibirsk-2, Russian Jr.)

#106 (NR) ~ RW, Sven Ziegler (Eisebaren Berlin Jr., German Jr.)

#107 (93) ~ C, Otto Rauhala (Tappara Jr., Finland Jr.)

#108 (50) ~ D, Tim Bender (Mannheim Jr., German Jr.)

#109 (110) ~ LW/RW/C, Kevin Orendorz (Krefeld Jr., German Jr.)

#110 (NR) ~ RW, Lennart Palausch (Mannheim Jr., German Jr.)

#111 (60) ~ D, Stanislav Zinchenko (Astana-2, Russian Jr.)

#112 (NR) ~ C, Martin Kohout (Karlovy Vary Jr., Czech Jr.)

#113 (NR) ~ D, Roni Viirlas (Lukko Jr., Finland Jr.)

#114 (NR) ~ D, Tomas Dvorak (Karlovy Vary Jr., Czech Jr.)

#115 (55) ~ D, Juuso Riikola (Kalpa Jr., Finland Jr.)

#116 (92) ~ D, Santeri Saari (Jokerit Jr., Finland Jr.)

#117 (100) ~ D, Martin Bobos (Kosice Jr., Slovakia Jr.)

#118 (99) ~ D, Mika Ilvonen (Blues Jr., Finland Jr.)

#119 (101) ~ RW, Dominik Pokorny (Sparta Jr., Czech Jr.)

#120 (104) ~ LW, Stanislav Perekhodyuk (Vmf St. Petersberg-2, Russian Jr.)

#121 (67) ~ D, Matias Pulli (TPS Jr., Finland Jr.)

#122 (115) ~ C, Eetu Koivistoinen (Blues Jr., Finland Jr.)

#123 (NR) ~ D, Nikita Tryamkin (Yeketerinburg-2, Russian Jr.)

#124 (57) ~ D, Eliot Anonietti (Geneve, Swiss)

#125 (111) ~ LW, Panu Mieho (HIFK Jr., Finland Jr.)

#126 (NR) ~ C, Patrick Klopper (Krefeld Jr., German Jr.)

#127 (NR) ~ LW, Santeri Vuoti (HPK Jr., Finland Jr.)

#128 (112) ~ RW, Oskari Siiki (TPS Jr., Finland Jr.)

#129 (88) ~ RW/LW/C, Dennis Shvyrin (Krefeld Jr., German Jr.)

#130 (NR) ~ RW, Saku Maenalanen (Karpat Jr., Finland Jr.)

 

European Goaltenders:

#1 (1) Juuse Saros (HPK Jr., Finland Jr.)

#2 (2) Ebbe Sionas (AIK Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#3 (5) Luka Gracnar (Salzburg, Austria)

#4 (3) Marcus Hogberg (Linkoping Jr., Sweden Jr.)

#5 (4) Ivan Bocharov (Mvd Balashikha-2, Russian Jr.)

#6 (6) Ville Husso (HIFK Jr., Finland Jr.)

#7 (7) Melvin Nyffeler (GCK Zurich, Swiss-2)

#8 (8) Rene Svoboda (Vitkovice Jr., Czech Jr.)

#9 (9) Andrei Filonenko (CSKA-2, Russian Jr.)

#10 (10) Maros Mikolas (Zilina Jr, Slovakia Jr.)

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About Derek Felska

I am a lifelong hockey fan from Minnesota who loves and appreciates the game at all levels. I have been blogging about the Minnesota Wild since 2005. I cover just about every aspect of the organization from the team itself, its coaches, its management, its broadcast as well as its AHL affiliate the Iowa Wild and the club's pool of prospects. In addition to the NHL I occasionally take the time to cover college and high school hockey as well. We are the State of Hockey and I want to make this blog informative and objective from the eyes of a fan. I am a fan of the Minnesota Wild, but I am no homer. I hope what you read reflects this approach!

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