I need something to keep me occupied before the first game. So I started thinking about the next draft. The Cane have two 1st rounders, (likely) two second rounders, and two third rounders. Some are likely to be traded, but that is for later. I presume the first rounders will both be around 25, the second round picks around 45 (NYR) and 55. Here are my way too early options in order of preference: 1st Round Jan Mysak (LW) Czech: Ranked as high as 14 by Josh Bell and as low as 35 by Future Considerations. Mysak is a left-shot who HockeyProspect rates as having Very Good hockey sense and Very Good skating. Justin Sourdif (C) Canada: Right shot. HockeyProspect states: Very good hockey brain as he puts himself in good spots and makes some very clever passes. Defensively is a very strong stickchecker who is really good at finding the puck. Jacob Perrault (C) Canada: Right shot. Scored 30 goals in his 16-year-old season in the OHL. That number tied him with Canes prospect Blake Murray. Perrault might end up the highest ranked of these three and could be gone by the Canes/Leafs pick. 2nd Round Oliver Suni (LW/RW) Finland: Right shot Finn playing in the OHL. Said to be one of the best passers in the draft. There are several goalies I am following that I think would be great late round picks (the Canes have no 5th or 6th, but two 7ths). Roman Basran—I really think the Canes should have picked him in 2019. Gabriel Carriere Tucker Tynan Koen MacInnes—this is my sleeper as he is a backup in the WHL but has been pretty solid at lower levels.