PKSpecialist's Top 217 Prospects for 2018

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  1. PKSpecialist
    These are my top 217 rankings. They are my own. I watch a lot of hockey. I read a lot(and I have certain people's opinions that I take into account), but these rankings are from my own observations. This is the order I would draft these guys in without considering need, tendencies, etc. Please feel free to comment(I may not have seen every player - and I also don't get to watch every player multiple times, so if they have a poor game when I see them, it's unlikely they'll have a high ranking). I put a pile of time into this, but I have a day job....and then some, so it's not perfect because I don't have the time of a professional scout, but I have been posting these for quite a few years now, and want to keep going for as long as I can, then one day be able to look back and rate myself as a scout.
    I ran out of time making my player comments, so I will update during the draft tomorrow.

    1. D – Rasmus Dahlin – Frolunda – SHL
    Two-way defender does it all and has the physical attributes – great size and skating ability - to go with the creativity and puckhandling skill.
    2. RW – Andrei Svechnikov – Barrie Colts – OHL
    Has the shot, release and playmaking ability to become a dynamic offensive threat.
    3. D – Noah Dobson – Acadie-Bathurst Titan – QMJHL
    Rock solid defender has shown that he can play at both ends of the ice.
    4. RW – Filip Zadina – Halifax Mooseheads – QMJHL
    A sniper through and through. Has a great shot and knows his way to the net.
    5. LW – Brady Tkachuk – Boston University – NCAA
    Strong and physical winger gets to the dirty areas of the ice and shows true power forward potential.
    6. D – Adam Boqvist – Brynas IF –SHL
    Dynamic offensive defenseman knows with a strong wrist shot and great skating ability.
    7. D – Quinn Hughes – University of Michigan – NCAA
    Undersized dynamic offensive defenseman has fantastic skating ability.
    8. RW – Oliver Walhlstrom – US NTDP – USHL
    Sniping winger with incredible puck skills and playmaking ability.
    9. D – Ty Smith – Spokane Chiefs – WHL
    Poised puck mover and elite skater is solid at both ends but lacks prototypical size.
    10. D – Evan Bouchard – London Knights – OHL
    Keen offensive defenseman is a fantastic passer and minute muncher.
    11. C – Jesperi Kotkaniemi – Assat – Liiga
    Two-way centerman has some two-way abilities and great puck protection skills.
    12. LW – Joel Farabee – US NTDP – USHL
    Hard working winger with skill and great speed.
    13. C – Joseph Veleno – Drummondville Voltigeurs – QMJHL
    Playmaking pivot does everything well and has a knack for always being around the puck.
    14. D – Bode Wilde – US NTDP – USHL
    Solid two-way defender shows all the skill, but needs to limit mistakes.
    15. RW – Vitali Kravtsov – Traktor Chelyabinsk – KHL
    Strong skating winger with good puck possession skill and a great shot.
    16. RW – Martin Kaut – HC Dynamo Pardubice – Czech
    Two-way winger plays a smart and mature game.
    17. C – Barrett Hayton – Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds – OHL
    All situations forward is feisty, competitive and smart.
    18. C – Rasmus Kupari – Karpat - Liiga
    Elite skating forward with strong puckhandling capabilities.
    19. C – Akil Thomas – Niagara Ice Dogs – OHL
    Game breaking offensive forward with great acceleration and fantastic puck skills.
    20. D – Ryan Merkley – Guelph Storm – OHL
    Young defenseman has otherworldly offensive skill, but needs to show the attitude and work ethic to achieve great potential.
    21. D – Jared McIsaac – Halifax Mooseheads – QMJHL
    Physical two-way defender didn’t progress quite as well as anticipated.
    22. C – Isac Lundestrom – Lulea HF – SHL
    Two-way forward with speed and smarts is good at protecting the puck.
    23. C – Jack Drury – Waterloo Blackhawks – USHL
    Smart forward is a leader at both ends of the ice.
    24. C – Ryan McLeod – Mississauga Steelheads – OHL
    Playmaking pivot with great speed and passing ability.
    25. RW – Jonatan Berggren – Skelleftea AIK – SHL
    Waterbug type forward with a great motor and offensive creativity.
    26. RW – Serron Noel – Oshawa Generals – OHL
    Massive power forward with untapped potential, but the hands are suspect.
    27. RW – Dominik Bokk – Vaxjo Lakers – SHL
    Elusive and agile skater with a quick release.
    28. D – K’Andre Miller – US NTDP – USHL
    Nasty and intimidating physical defender with a bomb from the point.
    29. C – Ty Dellandrea – Flint Firebirds – OHL
    Two-way forward does all the little things and is proving to have offensive potential.
    30. D – Adam Ginning – Linkoping – SHL
    Big, physical, defensive defenseman with some untapped two-way ability.
    31. C – Jacob Olofsson – Timra IK – Allsvenskan
    Smart two-way pivot hasn’t shown the ability to put up big offensive numbers, but has potential.

    32. D – Alexander Alexeyev – Red Deer Rebels – WHL
    Smooth-skating, offensive defenseman needs to get and stay healthy.
    33. C – Jakub Lauko – Pirati Chomutov – Czech
    Two way forward is strong in puck possession.
    34. D – Rasmus Sandin – Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds – OHL
    Puck rushing defender plays a smart, steady game at both ends of the rink.
    35. D – Mattias Samuelsson – US NTDP – USHL
    Big, strong defensive defenseman with great reach and shutdown ability.
    36. LW – Grigori Denisenko – Loko Yaroslavl – MHL
    Creative offensive player with great edgework and a quick release.
    37. D – Jett Woo – Moose Jaw Warriors – WHL
    Smart defender has a knack for timing stick and body checks perfectly to break up the rush.
    38. D – Jacob Bernard-Docker – Okotoks Oilers – AJHL
    Offensive defenseman with booming shot will hone skills at the University of North Dakota.
    39. D – Jonathan Tychonick – Penticton Vees – BCHL
    Offensive defenseman rushes the puck zealously.
    40. RW – Niklas Nordgren – HIFK – Liiga
    Small, skilled winger with a fantastic slap shot.
    41. C – Philipp Kurashev – Quebec Remparts – QMJHL
    Explosive skater always seems to be involved in the play.
    42. RW – Bulat Shafigullin – Reaktor Nizhnekamsk – MHL
    Strong skater can push the pace, even while handling the puck.
    43. C – Ivan D. Morozov – Mamonty Yugry – MHL
    Solid two-way center has catapulted his ranking with strong showing in international competition.
    44. C – David Gustafsson – HV71 – SHL
    Excellent defensive center is very good on the dot.
    45. LW – Albin Eriksson – Skelleftea AIK – SHL
    A shooter with size and a nose for the net.
    46. D – Nils Lundkvist – Lulea HF – SHL
    Solid puck mover is good all around defender.
    47. D – Calen Addison – Lethbridge Hurricanes – WHL
    Aggressive offensive defenseman is a smooth and mobile playmaker.
    48. G – Jakub Skarek – HC Dukla Jihlava – Czech
    Big and athletic goaltender struggled at the WJC and that hurt his draft stock.
    49. C – Filip Hallander – Timra IK – Allsvenskan
    Versatile forward is a hard worker with blossoming offensive ability.
    50. C – Jack McBain – Toronto Jr. Canadians – OJHL
    Big center was fantastic in international competition, but underwhelmed in junior league.
    51. RW – Jesse Ylonen – Espoo United – Mestis
    Smooth and dynamic winger is money in the offensive zone.
    52. C – Jake Wise – US NTDP – USHL
    Stocky and skilled forward plays a smart offensive game, but needs to stay healthy.
    53. C – Blake McLaughlin – Chicago Steel – USHL
    Consistent offensive producer is solid puck distributor.
    54. LW – Jan Jenik – HC Benatky nad Jizerou – Czech2
    Smart forward playing against men, could really blossom as he fills out.
    55. D – Jordan Harris – Kimball Union Academy –USHS
    Puckrushing defenseman is a fantastic skater and seems to always have the puck on his stick.
    56. D – Nicolas Beaudin – Drummondville Voltigeurs – QMJHL
    Small defender excels at making smart plays with the puck on his stick.
    57. G – Justus Annunen – Karpat – Liiga
    Big netminder is technically sound and positions himself well to cut down the angles.
    58. C – Jay O’Brien – Youngstown Phantoms – USHL
    A competitor with a good shot and two-way abilities.
    59. C – Benoit-Olivier Groulx – Halifax Mooseheads – QMJHL
    Two-way forward does all the little things well, but offense has been slow to come.
    60. C – Liam Foudy – London Knights – OHL
    Competitive speedster propelled his ranking with a great second half.
    61. RW – Nando Eggenberger – HC Davos – NLA
    Big and strong power forward type, but doesn’t create a lot on his own.
    62. LW – Kirill Marchenko – Mamonty Yugry – MHL
    Big winger plays his off side and has a wicked one-timer.

    63. LW – Sampo Ranta – Sioux City Musketeers – USHL
    Has good size and a great shot and uses his reach well in puck possession.
    64. C – Milos Roman – Vancouver Giants – WHL
    Playmaking pivot has good vision and always seems to defer to teammates.
    65. LW – Cole Fonstad – Prince Albert Raiders – WHL
    Fantastic playmaking winger has incredible vision and fantastic passing ability.
    66. C – Allan McShane – Oshawa Generals – OHL
    Smart and skilled playmaker finds a way to get on the scoresheet.
    67. D – Kevin Bahl – Ottawa 67’s – OHL
    Massive defender is showing some solid puck skills, but will make his money as a shutdown defender.
    68. D – Jacob Ragnarsson – Almtuna IS – Allsvenskan
    Solid offensive defenseman shows great smarts in the offensive end.
    69. LW – Ryan Chyzowski – Medicine Hat Tigers – WHL
    Hard worker with a great shot is becoming a real leader.
    70. C – Alexander Khovanov – Moncton Wildcats – QMJHL
    Smart playmaker lost a step in a bout with Hepatitis A, but he’s finding his groove again.
    71. RW – Matej Pekar – Muskegon Lumberjacks – USHL
    USHL Rookie of the Year knows where to be on the ice to put the puck in the net.
    72. RW – Tyler Madden – Tri-City Storm – USHL
    Plays with speed, smarts and a competitive spirit.
    73. D – Ty Emberson – US NTDP – USHL
    Solid all-around defenseman does everything well.
    74. D – Stanislav Demin – Wenatchee Wild – BCHL
    Excels as a puck mover or in his own end as an aggressive defender.
    75. G – Olivier Rodrigue – Drummondville Voltigeurs
    Aggressive and quick defender has a penchant for making highlight reel saves.
    76. C – Cameron Hillis – Guelph Storm – OHL
    Great motor and strong skating skills, just needs some strength.
    77. C – Aidan Dudas – Owen Sound Attack – OHL
    Small skilled forward is competitive and engaged at both ends of the ice.
    78. RW – Ryan O’Reilly – Madison Capitols – USHL
    A pure goal scorer with one of the heaviest shots and quickest releases in the draft.
    79. LW – Gabriel Fortier – Baie-Comeau Drakkar – QMJHL
    Two-way skilled forward with speed and a great motor.
    80. D – Filip Johansson – Leksands IF – Allsvenskan
    Solid all-around defender has some untapped offensive potential.
    81. D – Axel Andersson – Djurgardens IF J20 – SuperElit
    Solid two-way defender doesn’t excel in any one area, but is showing an offensive slant.
    82. G – Jacob Ingham – Mississauga Steelheads – OHL
    Pro-sized goalie frame and great athleticism, but has underwhelmed statistically.
    83. D – Alec Regula – London Knights – OHL
    Solid defensively and starting to show his two-way ability.
    84. D – Danila Galenyuk – SKA-1946 St.Petersburg – MHL
    A solid, physical defender with good puckmoving ability.
    85. D – Xavier Bouchard – Baie-Comeau Drakkar – QMJHL
    Rangy defenseman with good mobility and solid defensive skills needs a bounce back season.
    86. LW – Jackson Leppard – Prince George Cougars – WHL
    The ultimate competitor struggled statistically, but his rugged, gritty nature will translate well.
    87. D – Sean Durzi – Owen Sound Attack – Owen Sound Attack – OHL
    Overage defender plays a very smart offensive game.
    88. D – Giovanni Vallati – Kitchener Rangers – OHL
    Poised, puck-rushing defenseman is smooth and creative with the puck.
    89. C – Blade Jenkins – Saginaw Spirit – OHL
    Two-way center has intriguing potential, but needs to improve his speed and agility.
    90. C – Curtis Hall – Youngstown Phantoms – USHL
    Competitive forward has established himself as a powerful net front presence.
    91. C – Eric Florchuk – Saskatoon Blades – WHL
    Strong skater and versatile forward showed big potential following move to the prairies.
    92. C – Dmitri Zavgorodny – Rimouski Oceanic – QMJHL
    Small and silky smooth forward has magic hands and offensive creativity.
    93. G - Olof Lindbom – Djurgardens IF J20 – SuperElit
    Active netminder needs to reign in his athleticism and focus.

    94. LW – Alex Steeves – Dubuque Fighting Saints – USHL
    Quick, tenacious, two-way shooter plays a great all-around game.
    95. LW – Vladislav Kotkov – Chicoutimi Sagueneens – QMJHL
    Big forward with great puck protection skills and a lethal one-timer.
    96. C – Riley Stotts – Calgary Hitmen – WHL
    Competitive forward really hit his offensive stride with the Hitmen.
    97. C – Patrick Giles – US NTDP – USHL
    Big forward with natural ability needs to refine his game and define his role.
    98. D –Martin Fehervary – IK Oskarshamn – Allsvenskan
    A solid defensive defenseman who works hard and has untapped offensive potential.
    99. D – Toni Utunen – LeKi – Mestis
    Solid all-around defender with leadership abilities.
    100. D – Xavier Bernard – Drummondville Voltigeurs – QMJHL
    Big and mobile defender showing some prowess as a shutdown defender.
    101. C – Matthew Struthers – Owen Sound Attack – OHL
    Big and strong pivot with two-way ability and net front prescence.
    102. RW – Ruslan Iskhakov – Krasnaya Armiya Moskva – MHL
    Fantastic stickhandler and excellent playmaker, but will those skills translate at his size.
    103. G – Alexis Gravel – Halifax Mooseheads – QMJHL
    Big netminder is active in the crease to find the puck through traffic.
    104. LW – Johnny Gruden – US NTDP – USHL
    Hard worker and a bull on the ice, but has limited offensive upside.
    105. C – Kyle Topping – Kelowna Rockets – WHL
    Playmaking center with good work ethic and two-way ability.
    106. RW – Kody Clark – Ottawa 67’s – OHL
    A competitor who wins battles and gets to the scoring areas.
    107. RW – Riley Sutter – Everett Silvertips – WHL
    Big and strong power forward gets to the dirty areas and is hard to defend against.
    108. D – Alexander S. Romanov – Krasnaya Armiya Moskva – MHL
    Small Russian defender had great showings offensively in International play.
    110. LW –Marcus Westfalt – Brynas IF – SHL
    Versatile forward has good size, but needs to work on his skating.
    111. LW – Tyler Weiss – US NTDP – USHL
    Playmaking forward is really good with the puck on his stick.
    112. C – Jachym Kondelik – Muskegon Lumberjacks – USHL
    Hard working pivot has found his niche as a defensive specialist.
    113. D – Filip Kral – Spokane Chiefs – WHL
    Smart defender has the knack for jumping into the play at the right time.
    114. D – Juuso Ketola – Assat U20 – Jr. A SM-liiga
    Mobile defender with a stocky build and heavy point shot.
    115. C – Nathan Dunkley – London Knights – OHL
    Fast and competitive forward is really good in possession in the offensive zone.
    116. LW – Chase Wouters – Saskatoon Blades – WHL
    Opportunistic winger works hard and plays a solid two-way game with untapped offensive potential.
    117. C – Luka Burzan – Brandon Wheat Kings – WHL
    Strong skater with good compete needs to explode offensively.
    118. C – Logan Hutsko – Boston College – NCAA
    Offensive catalyst has recovered from broken leg in draft year and surprised the NCAA.
    119. LW – Anderson MacDonald – Moncton Wildcats – QMJHL
    Knows what to do in front of the net, but his skating is a work in progress at best.
    120. G – Jesper Myrenberg – Linkoping HC J20 – SuperElit
    Big Swedish netminder loves to flash the leather.
    121. D – Wyatte Wylie – Everett Silvertips – WHL
    Strong and reliable defender is good positionally and not afraid to play the body.
    122. D – Merrick Rippon – Ottawa 67’s – OHL
    Aggressive defender is very difficult to play against.
    123. D – Tim Berni – ZSC – NLA
    Mobile two-way defender is strong in transition.
    124. G – Jett Alexander – North York Rangers – OJHL
    Active puck moving goaltender with good size and quick legs.

    125. C – Riley DaMiani – Kitchener Rangers – OHL
    Gets after the puck and plays aggressively, but needs to gain strength.
    126. D – Libor Zabransky – Kelowna Rockets – WHL
    Solid all-around defender with a good point shot.
    127. C – Semyon Der-Arguchinsev – Peterborough Petes – OHL
    Has huge potential with his creativity and playmaking ability, but must gain strength.
    128. C – Oscar Back – Farjestad BK – SHL
    Smart, sound and reliable forward, but lacks offensive creativity.
    129. LW – Oliver Okuliar – HK Dukla Trencin U20 – Slovakia U20
    Offensive winger is intriguing with skill and willingness to go to the dirty areas and engage.
    130. D – Nico Gross – Oshawa Generals – OHL
    Had an early bout with mono, but showed glimpses of a smooth transitional defender.
    131. RW – Einar Emanuelsson – Lulea HF – SHL
    Dynamic overager impressed with skill and production this year.
    132. C – Austin Wong – Okotoks Oilers – AJHL
    Agitating forward plays with a reckless abandon and is not without skill.
    133. RW – Michal Kvasnica – HC Frydek-Mistrek – Czech2
    Winger with a solid shot and average frame, but knows how to use his body to shield the puck.
    134. RW – Yegor Sokolov – Cape Breton Screaming Eagles – QMJHL
    Big, physical power forward with a strong shot.
    135. G – Lukas Dostal – SK Horacka Slavia Trebic – Czech2
    Athletic goaltender is technically proficient, but slight in stature.
    136. D – Dennis Busby – Flint Firebirds – OHL
    Mobile puck-moving defenseman needs to get and stay healthy.
    137. D – Caleb Everett – Saginaw Spirit – OHL
    Late bloomer is gaining confidence in his two-way abilities.
    138. RW – Lenni Killinen – Espoo United
    Aggressive winger drives the net with speed and shows good hands.
    139. RW – Nikita Rtischev – Krasnaya Armiya Moskva
    Skilled offensive winger needs to find consistency.
    140. C – Colin Schmidt – Wayzata High – USHS
    Power forward dominates down low and likes to play the physical game.
    141. C – Krystof Hrabik – HC Litomerice – Czech2
    Big center plays a responsible defensive game.
    142. RW – Martin Pospisil – Sioux City Musketeers
    Agitating winger showed off his skill at the USHL Top Prospects Game.
    143. D – Declan Chisholm – Peterborough Petes
    Solid transitional defender plays a smart defensive game with good mobility.
    144. D – Michael Callahan – Central Illinois Flying Aces
    Smart mobile defender with a cannon of a shot, but lacking consistent offensive production.
    145. G – Jordan Kooy – London Knights – OHL
    Technically sound goaltender with a penchant for making big saves.
    146. D – Connor Corcoran –Windsor Spitfires – OHL
    After settling in as a defenseman impressed with compete and two-way ability.
    147. RW – Linus Nyman – Kingston Frontenacs – OHL
    Quick and evasive overager flourished offensively this year.
    148. D – Chase Hartje – Brandon Wheat Kings – WHL
    Mobile defender is a fantastic skater and took advantage of his opportunities.
    149. C – Linus Karlsson – Karlskrona HK – SHL
    Solid center is skilled with the puck, but needs to improve his feet.
    150. C – Brendan Budy – Langley Rivermen – BCHL
    Denver commit captained his team as a 17 year old and showed strong offensive acumen.
    151. C – Nathan Smith – Cedar Rapids RoughRiders – USHL
    Late bloomer with high compete level and good hands.
    152. LW – Johan Sodergran – Linkoping HC – SHL
    Smart, hard-working and versatile forward coming into his own.
    153. D – Scott Perunovich – University of Minnesota-Duluth – NCAA
    Diminutive defender with great offensive skill, but his size puts him at a disadvantage in the d-zone.
    154. D – Joey Keane – Barrie Colts – OHL
    Overage defender plays a pro style game and improved leaps and bounds this year.
    155. RW – Nikolai Kovalenko – Loko Yaroslavl – MHL
    Smart and physical winger with some solid offensive skill.

    156. C – Gavin Hain – US NTDP – USHL
    A shooter by nature, but his feet held him back.
    157. RW – Arttu Nevasaari – Karpat U20 – Jr. A SM-liiga
    Dangerous offensive weapon knows how to protect the puck.
    158. LW – Jack Randl – Omaha Lancers – USHL
    Smart offensive winger has a knack for creating scoring chances.
    159. D – Anton Malyshev – Loko Yaroslavl – MHL
    Very strong defensive defender, but the puck skills need to improve.
    160. D – Michael Kesselring – New Hampton School – USHS
    Intriguing size and skating package, but very raw talent.
    161. D – Santeri Salmela – KooKoo – Liiga
    162. G – Ivan Prosvetov – Youngstown Phantoms – USHL
    163. C – Angus Crookshank – Langley Rivermen – BCHL
    164. C – Jake Goldowski – Saginaw Spirit – OHL
    165. D – Spencer Stastney – US NTDP – USHL
    166. D – Carter Robertson – Ottawa 67’s – OHL
    167. LW – Justin Almeida – Moose Jaw Warriors – WHL
    168. C – Mitchell Hoelscher – Ottawa 67’s – OHL
    169. G – Kevin Mandolese – Cape Breton Screaming Eagles – QMJHL
    170. G – Akira Schmid – Langnau U29 – Elite Jr. A
    171. D – Maxwell Crozier – Nanaimo Clippers – BCHL
    172. D – Danila Zhuravlyov – Irbis Kazan – MHL
    173. RW – Samuel Fagemo – Frolunda HC J20– SuperElit

    Speedy winger loves to get his shot off, and it’s a good one.
    174. RW – Devlin McCabe – Lincoln Stars – USHL
    175. C – David Lilja – BIK Karlskroga – Allsvenskan
    176. RW – Connor Roberts – Flint Firebirds – OHL
    177. LW – Jack Jensen – Eden Prairie High – USHS
    178. LW – Jackson Cates – Waterloo Black Hawks – USHL
    179. RW – Nikita A. Rozhkov – Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk – MHL
    180. D – Adam McCormick – Cape Breton Screaming Eagles – QMJHL
    181. G – Mitchell Gibson – Lone Star Brahmas – USHL
    182. D – Jakob Bondesson – Rogle BK – SHL
    183. D – Adam Samuelsson – US NTDP – USHL
    184. C – Mathias Emilio Pettersen – Muskegon Lumberjacks – USHL
    185. C – Jacob Pivonka – US NTDP – USHL
    186. G – Keegan Karki – Muskegon Lumberjacks – USHL


    187. LW – Liam Kirk – Sheffield Steelers – EIHL
    188. C – Carl Wassenius – Enkopings SK – Division 1
    189. LW – Lukas Wernblom – MODO Hockey – Allsvenskan
    190. G – Amir Miftakov – Irbis Kazan – MHL
    191. RW – Lauri Pajuniemi – TPS – Liiga
    192. C – Jasper Weatherby – Wenatchee Wild – BCHL
    193. D – Marcus Bjork – IK Oskarshamn – Allsvenskan
    194. D – Jan Dluhos – HC Zlin U20 – Czech U20
    195. LW – Carl Jakobsson – Farjestad BK J20 – SuperElit
    196. D – Owen Lalonde – Guelph Storm – OHL
    197. C – Andrej Kukaca – HK 95 Povazska Bystrica – Czech2
    198. RW – Jack Perbix – Green Bay Gamblers – USHL
    199. G – Jared Moe – Waterloo Black Hawks – USHL
    200. D – Marc Del Gaizo – Muskegon Lumberjacks – USHL
    201. D – Christian Krygier – Lincoln Stars – USHL
    202. G – Zach Stejskal – Central Illinois Flying Aces – USHL
    203. D – Martin Bodak – Kootenay Ice – WHL
    204. D – Simon Johansso – Djurgardens IF – SHL
    205. C – Brandon Saigeon – Hamilton Bulldogs – OHL
    206. LW – Patrik Siikanen – Blues U20 – Jr. A SM-liiga
    207. LW – Ivan Muranov – MHK Dynamo Moskva – MHL
    208. D – Vojtech Doktor – HC Ceske Budejovice U20 – Czech U20
    209. G – Dominik Pavlat – SK Kadan – Czech2
    210. LW – Karel Plasek – HC Kometa Brno – Czech
    211. C – Curtis Douglas – Windsor Spitfires – OHL
    212. LW – Paul Cotter – Lincoln Stars – OHL
    213. D – Axel Rindell – HIFK U20 – Jr. A SM-liiga
    214. G – David Tendeck – Vancouver Giants – WHL
    215. D – Zack Malik – Sudbury Wolves – OHL
    216. C – Tristen Nielsen – Calgary Hitmen – WHL
    217. RW – Riley Hughes – St. Sebastian’s School – USHS

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