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CANUCKSARMY’S 2018 NHL DRAFT PROFILES: #82 Jachym Kondelik

You want a giant Czech born centre who played in the USHL and is heading to the NCAA season, have we got the player for you! Checking in as the 82nd prospect in the CanucksArmy 2018 draft rankings is Jachym Kondelik. Outside of many top 100 rankings, Kondelik is a really intriguing player who produced…

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CANUCKSARMY’S 2018 NHL DRAFT PROFILES: #83 Scott Perunovich

On his third go round when it comes to NHL Entry Draft eligibility, Scott Perunovich is the second oldest player on our Top 100 list, although his mid-August birthday puts him pretty close to draft-plus-one status. What’s really been holding Perunovich back from getting selected the past couple of seasons in his size: listed anywhere…

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CANUCKSARMY’S 2018 NHL DRAFT PROFILES: #84 Jakub Skarek

The 2nd ranked European goaltender in the NHL Central Scouting rankings, Jakub Skarek, lands in our 84th slot for the upcoming draft class. Skarek had a disastrous World Juniors for the Czech Republic but held his own in the Extraliga for the entire season. He has the raw talent, size, and reflexes to be in…

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CANUCKSARMY’S 2018 NHL DRAFT PROFILES: #85 Ty Emberson

Ty Emberson falls into the 85th best prospect in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. The American defender had a good season overall with some good things happening but there is still some doubt about how projects a prospect overall. Watching the young rear-guard, you can see why he is attractive as a prospect and why…

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CANUCKSARMY’S 2018 NHL DRAFT PROFILES: #86 Jay O’Brien

The 86th overall ranked prospect in the CanucksArmy draft rankings is USHS centre, Jay O’Brien. Given that he spent the majority of his season playing in American High School hockey, it can be difficult to get a read on what exactly O’Brien could be. He has been ranked as high as 31st overall in one public…

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CANUCKSARMY’S 2018 NHL DRAFT PROFILES: #87 Carl Wassenius

Carl Wassenius is a player that you won’t see on very many rankings but comes in as the 87th ranked prospect in our consolidated rankings. We’ve included him in our top 100 because of some encouraging draft data that makes him pop and the fact that he has just continued to produce at every level…

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CanucksArmy Year In Review: Henrik and Daniel Sedin

In one of the most touching moments in Vancouver hockey history, on the night of Henrik and Daniel Sedin’s final home game of their careers, John Shorthouse and John Garrett did away the usual Three Stars format. Instead, only one star was awarded, to be shared by the two brothers. It was a fitting tribute…