June 16 2015 03:00PM
Though one of his teammates is also very highly touted going in to this entry draft, Brock Boeser is considered one of the USHL's very best prospects this season. The hard-working winger possesses a full toolkit of offensive skills and can score goals any way you want him to.
Continue past the jump to learn about one of the best available American prospects in 2015.
June 15 2015 04:00PM
The Draft Analyst draft profile: RW Denis Guryanov, Lada (KHL). Ranked 7th (Eur) by NHL's CSB pic.twitter.com/g5CNIZ2ONd— Steve Kournianos (@TheDraftAnalyst) May 18, 2015
For the first and only time in our top-45 countdown, we'll make the journey across the ocean to Russia. Playing in the MHL and already getting spot duty at the pro level, dynamic winger Denis Gurianov (or Guryanov) is the focus of our #36 prospect profile.
Join us after the jump as we break down one of Europe's top 2015 prospects.
June 14 2015 05:51PM
Hailing from the same home town as Jake Virtanen, Everett Silvertips blueliner Noah Juulsen is an aggressive and physical presence on one of the WHL's very best defensive teams. He played on the first pairing for the U.S. Division champion Everett Silvertips this past season, earning the trust of head coach Kevin Constantine along the way.
A jack-of-all-trades type blueliner, Juulsen doesn't have a standout aspect to his game, but is a solid player all the same. Let's have a look at Juulsen's resume on the other side of the jump.
June 14 2015 03:07PM
This isn't exactly a revelation if you've been following Vancouver's goaltending situation this year, but Elliotte Friedman might be the first person of his repute to report that the Vancouver Canucks will not be moving Ryan Miller this offseason.
Given Vancouver's tenuous cap situation and the fact that they had to move a goalie already, this is just confirmation that the writing is on the wall for one of Eddie Lack of Jacob Markstrom.
June 13 2015 08:23PM
For the Vancouver Canucks organization, the 2014-2015 season is now completely over and done with.
After getting blown out 6-3 at home in a critical game 4, the Calder Cup was in the building as the Comets needed to win tonight to send the series back to Manchester. Unfortunately, they fell behind early in the first period and weren't able to crack Monarchs goalie Patrik Bartosak until the last fifteen seconds of the third, losing the deciding game 5 on home ice by a 2-1 score.
It was a disappointing end to what was an otherwise fantastic season for Vancouver's farm club.