Nation Network Mock Draft: Final Rankings

Over the past few days, the readers of the various sites in the Nation Network have been voting on their rankings of prospects for the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. Today, we reveal the results.

Mock Draft Results

The Canadian teams come away with the following players:

  • Calgary: Sean Monahan (6), Robert Hagg (22), Mirco Mueller (28)
  • Edmonton: Elias Lindholm (7)
  • Montreal: Ryan Hartman (25)
  • Ottawa: Anthony Mantha (17)
  • Toronto: Kerby Rychel (21)
  • Vancouver: Valentin Zykov (24)
  • Winnipeg: Max Domi (13)

A lot of talent stays on the board for round two. Two way forwards like JT Compher and Jacob De La Rose, skilled forwards like Artturi Lehkonen and Connor Hurley, quality defencemen like Shea Theodore, Ian McCoshen and Steven Santini and many more.

  • MKE

    I think you only move that pick if you can get a center or a top paring deman that can be a part of your team for at least 4-5 years. I know I’m probably stating the obvious..

  • OilLeak

    Shanahan in Calgary with King -interesting ? Could we see an assistant GM coming to Flames ? Beware Feaster ? Vigneault to Rangers , now lets hope Torterelli goes to Vancouver ?

  • OilLeak

    I am in total agreement with OilLeak and FSD and whomever else saying that the Oil want Monahan or Lindholm at #7….and I like Horvat myself as to be a future 3rd liner who may move up to 2nd line status.

    This team needs centres more as priority more in the syste than new prospect defencemen as they have a lot in the system moving up (Marancin, Gernat, Musil, Davidson, Simpson, etc).

    Martindale has not gotten anywhere and Iwanyk is just starting out…which leaves Lander, Andrew Miller, and Arcobello. Van De Velde likely wont be re-signed I believe.

  • BurningSensation

    Gotta believe that if Klimchuk is on the board at 28 the Flames won’t pass on him.
    Scored 38 goals on terrible Regina Pats team, played on 1st line with McDavid at U18s, local kid!!, profile says he plays well at both ends.

    Sounds like a great pick at 28.