I see what you are saying. However, these lists weight first round picks much higher than picks made later, just look at who he left off the list. It's a by product of do-it-all scouts. The Bruins actually excel at the late round picks. I think Steen is going to be a very good get, similarly I think Hughes, Shen, Hall, and Olsen all have the opportunity to be good in the NHL. Will they all? Probably not. But a couple of those guys are going to be better than some of the 1st rounders highlighted as being can't miss. Also, these are the skaters that Pronman has probably seen the least. Exacerbating his biases. In sum, yes, bottom five in 1st round talent, but top five in later round talent. That shouldn't equate to 26th or worse.