Hey guys, new to these boards, been reading a bit on here though. I like following prospects and think the draft is an exciting part of the NHL, so i decided to put up a mock draft, to hopefully start a discussion about who everything thinks will go where and what not. 1.(EDM) Nugent-Hopkins - Believed by many to have top flight vision and BPA in the draft, with the conversion of Eberle to winger, Nugent-Hopkins will become the playmaker with Hall 2.(COL) Landeskog - Big, strong, power forward with a lot of grit and heart. May be most NHL ready. Will be perfect with Duchene because he will create space and be a force down low. Think Datsyuk/Holmstrom V2.0 3.(FLA) Huberdeau - The Memorial Cup MVP is a great center iceman who will only get better. Florida has needs everywhere as I am concerned, but a strong center iceman is an essential part of any great team. 4.(NJD) Larsson - With a few big guns up front, and with a bit of an overpaid back-end, the Devils look to reload the organization with a top tier defender. Some people make comparisons to Hedman, has potential to be better. 5. (NYI) Hamilton - Moulson, Tavares, Grabner, Okposo all highlight a young promising forward core for the Islanders, with Streit wearing down and the rest of the D being pretty much abyssmal, the Islanders select a blue chip rough and tough D-man with some mobility. 6. (OTT) Strome - Is drawing comparisons to Kadri in his draft year, but scouts also mention that he does play more of a two way game, and has good play in the corners. Whether or not that's true will remain to be seen, but he certainly has top notch talent, very creative with the puck. 7. (WPG) Couturier - Winnipeg ishcheering in the streets that the stud centerman from Drummondville falls to them, and pounce on it. Sean was the QMJHL MVP this year and has potential to be a top line centerman, just what the Peg needs. 8. (CBJ) Zibanejad- The blue jackets have been looking for a center to play with Nash, and have it in Zibanejad. Strong forward with speed and hands, will compliment Nash very well. 9. (BOS) Murphy - Boston looks to add to a sub par, overpaid back end by selecting one of the top ( if not THE top) puck movers in the draft. With 79 points in 63 games, Murphy is the real deal and will add offense to a some what offensive deprived team. 10. (MIN) Jurco - I think the Wild take a chance here and go with Jurco. They like to draft europeans and Jurco is one of those boom or bust picks that could turn in to the next Jeff Skinner. Anyway, thanks for reading, feel free to comment with what you agree and disagree with.