Frank Gallagher's Midseason Draft Rankings

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    1. Rasmus Dahlin
    2. Andrei Svechnikov
    3. Filip Zadina
    4. Noah Dobson
    5. Brady Tkachuk
    6. Dominik Bokk
    7. Adam Boqvist
    8. Oliver Wahlstrom
    9. Joe Veleno
    10. Jacob Olofsson
    11. Quinn Hughes
    12. Joel Farabee
    13. Evan Bouchard
    14. Ryan Merkley
    15. Jonny Tychonick
    16. Vitali Kravtsov
    17. Cam Hillis
    18. Rasmus Kupari
    19. Akil Thomas
    20. Barrett Hayton
    21. Calan Addison
    22. Ruslan Iskhakov
    23. Jesperi Kotkaniemi
    24. Martin Kaut
    25. Grigori Denisenko
    26. Rasmus Sandin
    27. Mathias Samuelson
    28. Bode Wilde
    29. Ty Smith
    30. Alexander Alexeyev
    31. Isac Lundestrom
    32. Tyler Madden
    33. Allan McShane
    34. Philip Kurashev
    35. Milos Roman
    36. Ryan McLeod
    37. Filip Hallander
    38. Jesse Ylonen
    39. K'andre Miller
    40. Eric Florchuk
    41. Blake McClaughlin
    42. Vladislav Kotkov
    43. Serron Noel
    44. Jett Woo
    45. Jacob Bernard-Docker
    46. Ty Dellandrea
    47. Jonatan Berggren
    48. Jack McBain
    49. Jared McIsaac
    50. Cole Fonstad
    51. Stanislav Demin
    52. Jakub Lauko
    53. Austin Wong
    54. BO Groulx
    55. Nathan Dunkley
    56. Martin Fehervary
    57. Nikita Rtischev
    58. Luke Henman
    59. Brendan Budy
    60. Jack Drury
    61. Adam Ginning
    62. Jan Jenik

    Notes:
    -I see Dobson having the upside of someone like Alex Pietrangelo, and think he is the clear second best defencman in the draft.
    -With Bokk I think he has unique abilities that give him some of the drafts most potential. I'm also taking into account the fact that this is his first year in a really strong developmental country. I don't see why so many give Boqvist the benefit of the doubt with his pro stats because of his tools while not applying the same logic to Bokk.
    -Tychonick looks so smooth and in control on the ice, has some dynamic tools too. Next year I think he will be a real candidate for the WJC team.
    -Cam Hillis hasn't gotten much love yet but I think he has some of the most potential to rise in this draft. First year in the OHL and already producing at a solid rate, without much help offensively. Also a guy that has grown a lot since midget.
    -Ruslan Iskhakov has one of the highest skill levels I have seen. He does some things with the puck that are unbelievable and has impressed everywhere he has gone. Is absolutely tiny but I think his talent level might be high enough to make up for it.
    -Very strong draft for Junior A and USHL
    -Waiting to see more on how Khovanov and Wise come back from injury before including them. Wouldn't be surprised if both end up first round.

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