What to look for in the new NHL draft chart
The NHL has released its new rookie player charts for this year’s draft, and there’s plenty of new information in the first chart.
First of all, here are the league’s top-five prospects ranked by overall points scored.
(The players in bold have their respective rookie-year numbers added.)
I’ve included the top-10 prospects at each position.
Here’s the list of the top 100 prospects for the 2017-18 season:First thing’s first: There are a few names you might not know.
The first one is a player named Michael DiPietro, who was taken in the sixth round by the Chicago Blackhawks.
This isn’t the first time that the Blackhawks took a forward in the third round of the draft, but they did it again with DiPiacro.
The other two names are also not new to the NHL draft: Justin Abdelkader and Zachary Fucale are both prospects that were taken in Round 3 of the 2017 NHL Draft.
Both players were drafted to the Canadiens and have yet to show much of a pro career.
Last, but certainly not least, here’s the first-year player chart for the NHL.
Top-10 NHL Prospects Ranked by Points Scored This is a chart that will be updated throughout the draft.
I’m going to have to start adding to it at some point this week, so be sure to check back in with me as I try to update it for the upcoming draft.
For now, here is the first year chart for 2017-2018:First of all: There is a lot of exciting talent here.
I’m particularly interested in watching the way the Flyers have developed this young group.
It looks like they are going to be in a position to take a forward this year.
That’s a bit concerning, given the fact that they were expected to have a lot more success in the upcoming season.
They are projected to finish with an 80.7 points per 100 possessions pace this year, good for third in the league.
Second, this chart is pretty interesting.
It shows that there are a lot, if not most, players who are projected in the top 10, but that they aren’t necessarily the ones projected to be the top prospects.
It doesn’t appear that many players who will be top-ten players, like Patrik Nemeth and Jakub Voracek, are projected at the top of the list.
It’s just not clear that any of these players are going on the draft board.
That said, there are some intriguing prospects in this chart.
The top-seven prospects for this draft class have an overall rating of 14.8, which is just ahead of the first two rounds, but just below the first three rounds.
So, for a player to get drafted in the seventh round, they must have a rating of 12.7 or higher.
This is a huge boost for a prospect who is expected to go in the second round.
The next round is a bit trickier.
There are three players in the draft who are rated 14.0 or higher: Jakub Zboril, Joel Armia, and Joel Vermin.
These are all prospects who are expected to be top prospects, but the numbers don’t seem to be what they should be.
There’s a chance that they could fall to the bottom of the third or fourth round, but this chart should help them to find a spot in the future.
Third, the number of prospects who have an average rating of 17.1 seems a bit low, but it’s not a huge drop off.
That is to be expected.
The Flyers are expected be able to take five or six prospects in the late first or early second round, so there are lots of prospects that could fall into the middle rounds.
The real concern for the Flyers is that there’s a lot fewer players who can be projected to go higher than the top 15, which means that there is a chance they won’t be able do much with this group.
If the Flyers can make a significant move at the position, it will probably take a player that can be a solid contributor.
But, for now, this is a promising sign.
It also means that if the Flyers take a high-end prospect in the mid-round, it could be a sign of good things to come.