-- Wyshynski3. Arizona Coyotes: Logan Cooley, CTeam: US U-18 (NTDP) | Rank: NAS2 DOB: 5/4/2004 | Ht: 5-10 | Wt: 174 | Shot: L Stats: GP: 51 | G: 27 | A: 48How he fits: The Coyotes had their pick of Wright and Cooley. They opted for the USA Hockey National Team Development Program product in Cooley, as Wright's plummet continued. In the past, Cooley's 5-10 frame might have been a hindrance. Not in today's NHL. The strong two-way center cites Patrick Kane as an inspiration for his play, but admits he needs some work on his long-range shooting to hit that level of goal-scorer. The Coyotes need... well, everything. In Cooley, they get a player who has more offensive upside than Wright, according to many scouts.
The 18-year-old has offensive potential too, with five goals and 11 points in 29 games with Plzen HC last season. The Blue Jackets' back end has needed a face-lift since losing Seth Jones in a trade prior to last year's draft -- and ironically, Columbus used one of the picks acquired in that move to bring in Jiriceck, who could become a blue-line cornerstone. -- Shilton7. Chicago Blackhawks: Kevin Korchinski, DTeam: Seattle (WHL) | Rank: NAS7 DOB: 6/21/2004 | Ht: 6-2 | Wt: 185 | Shot: L Stats: GP: 67 | G: 4 | A: 61How he fits: The first big mover on the draft board. Many felt that Korchinski would fall just outside the top 10, but his name was getting mentioned with frequency by draft insiders as someone who could rocket up the board. The Blackhawks acquired this pick from the Senators in the Alex DeBrincat trade and used it on Korchinski, a 6-2 left-handed defenseman. He's got a ton of offensive upside, as shown in his 65-point season in 67 games.
Minnesota Wild: Hunter Haight, C, Barrie (OHL) 48. Vegas Golden Knights: Matyas Sapovaliv, C, Saginaw (OHL) 49. Seattle Kraken: Jani Nyman, RW, Ilves (Finland) 50. Dallas Stars: Christian Kyrou, D, Erie (OHL) 51. Los Angeles Kings: Jack Hughes, C, Northeastern (Hockey East) 52. Detroit Red Wings: Dmitri Buchelnikov, LW, SKA St. Petersburg-2 (Russia Jr. ) 53. Anaheim Ducks: Tristan Luneau, D, Gatineau (QMJHL) 54. Boston Bruins: Matthew Poitras, C, Guelph (OHL) 55. Winnipeg Jets: Elias Salomonsson, D, Skelleftea (Sweden) 56. Minnesota Wild: Rieger Lorenz, LW, Okotoks (AJHL) 57.
1. That's exactly what happened. New Jersey had the No. 2 and didn't need another center; Arizona went with a different center at No. 3. The Kraken finally pulled Wright off the board. While not a generational talent, Wright has the potential to develop into a No. 1 center. At 6-0 and 191 pounds, Wright possesses good size and is a strong skater who's impressively elusive with quickness to beat defenders to pucks. Add to that excellent hockey sense, outstanding playmaking ability and finish around the net. No doubt his slide down the draft board will motivate Wright when he does reach the NHL.
He landed on the radar for a lot of teams after an outstanding season with the WHL Seattle Thunderbirds (58 points in 66 games) to go along with that physicality. Not a bad player to add to the forward prospect pool for the Oilers. -- WyshynskiRound 233. Montreal Canadiens: Owen Beck, C, Mississauga (OHL) 34. San Jose Sharks: Cameron Lund, C, Green Bay (USHL) 35. Seattle Kraken: Jagger Firkus, RW, Moose Jaw (WHL) 36. Arizona Coyotes: Artem Duda, D, CSKA-2 (Russia Jr.
Chicago Blackhawks: Ryan Greene, C, Green Bay (USHL) 58. Seattle Kraken: Niklas Kokko, G. Karpat Jr. (Finland Jr. ) 59. Calgary Flames: Topi Ronni, C, Tappara (Finland) 60. Carolina Hurricanes: Gleb Trikozov, LW, Omsk 2 (Russia Jr. ) 61. Seattle Kraken: David Goyette, C, Sudbury (OHL) 62. Montreal Canadiens: Lane Hutson, D, US U-18 (NTDP) 63. New York Rangers: Adam Sykora, LW, Nitra (Slovakia) 64. Ottawa Senators: Filip Nordberg, D, Sodertalje Jr. (Sweden Jr.
) 65. New York Islanders: Calle Odelius, D, Djurgarden (Sweden)Round 366. Chicago Blackhawks: Gavin Hayes, LW, Flint (OHL) 67. Arizona Coyotes: Miko Matikka, RW, Denver (NCHC) 68. Seattle Kraken: Ty Nelson, D, North Bay (OHL) 69. Philadelphia Flyers: Devin Kaplan, RW, US U-18 (NTDP) 70. Washington Capitals: Alexander Suzdalev, LW, HV 71 Jr. ) 71. Carolina Hurricanes: Alexander Perevalov, LW, Yaroslavl 2 (Russia Jr. ) 72. Ottawa Senators: Oskar Pettersson, RW, Rogle Jr. ) 73. Louis Blues: Aleksanteri Kaskimaki, C, HIFK Jr. ) 74.
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OK, Rinzel also played for the Waterloo Black Hawks of the USHL along with his 27 games with Minnesota's Chaska High School Hawks. Rinzel is 6-4, a smooth skater and has a right-hand shot. But he's a total project for a team that's obviously thinking long term. -- Wyshynski26. Montreal Canadiens: Filip Mesar, RWTeam: Poprad (SLOVAKIA) | Rank: INTS20 DOB: 1/3/2004 | Ht: 5-10 | Wt: 167 | Shot: R Stats: GP: 37 | G: 8 | A: 8How he fits: The Slovakian NHL draft revolution continues! Mesar has two seasons of pro experience playing in the Slovak pro league, scoring 16 points in 37 games last season. He has a ton of playmaking ability and straight-line speed.
Kulich spent the past season with Karlovy Vary HC (Czech Republic) and handled himself well, notching nine goals and 14 points in 49 games. Kulich's real coming-out party was at the 2022 under-18 championship, where his nine goals led the field. He's got some flash, a blistering one-timer and plays a responsible game. Sabres GM Kevyn Adams was clearly targeting a certain type of player with which to stock Buffalo's cupboards. Kulich's versatility and developing talent make him an intriguing player for the future. -- Shilton29.
But that's correctable. His defensive game is good and he has a high hockey IQ. The Columbus back end was gutted when the team traded Seth Jones and David Savard away in recent years. It looks a lot better now with David Jiricek and Denton Mateychuk ready to join Zach Werenski and Adam Boqvist. -- Wyshynski13.
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Huh, a Swedish prospect drafted by a front office that features Patrick Allvin and the Sedins? Go figure. -- Wyshynski16. Buffalo Sabres: Noah Ostlund, CTeam: Djurgarden Jr. (SWEDEN-JR. ) | Rank: INTS18 DOB: 3/11/2004 | Ht: 5-11 | Wt: 163 | Shot: L Stats: GP: 32 | G: 9 | A: 33How he fits: Buffalo used the pick it acquired by trading Jack Eichel to Vegas on center Noah Ostlund. The 18-year-old lit it up with Djurgardens of the Swedish Jr. Hockey League last season, posting nine goals and 42 points in 32 games.
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Columbus Blue Jackets: Denton Mateychuk, DTeam: Moose Jaw (WHL) | Rank: NAS14 DOB: 7/12/2004 | Ht: 5-11 | Wt: 188 | Shot: L Stats: GP: 65 | G: 13 | A: 51How he fits: Interesting pick here for the Blue Jackets. Mateychuk wasn't projected to go quite this high. But with Korchinski and Mintyukov off the board -- and Columbus' desire to go defense -- Mateychuk was the choice. He loves to get involved in the play, sometimes so much so that it becomes a detriment in overcommitting. The key will be to figure out when to lead the rush and when to be more conservative.
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) 37. Washington Capitals: Ryan Chesley, D, US U-18 (NTDP) 38. Toronto Maple Leafs: Fraser Minten, C, Kamloops (WHL) 39. Chicago Blackhawks: Paul Ludwinski, C, Kingston (OHL) 40. Detroit Red Wings: Dylan James, LW, Sioux City (USHL) 41. Buffalo Sabres: Topias Leinonen, G, JYP (Finland) 42. Anaheim Ducks: Noah Warren, D, Gatineau (QMJHL) 43. Arizona Coyotes: Julian Lutz, LW, Munchen (Germany) 44. Columbus Blue Jackets: Luca Del Bel Belluz, C, Mississauga (OHL) 45. San Jose Sharks: Mattias Havelid, D, Linkoping (Sweden) 46. New Jersey Devils: Seamus Casey, D, US U-18 (NTDP) 47.
Edmonton Oilers: Reid Schaefer, LWTeam: Seattle (WHL) | Rank: NAS31 DOB: 9/21/2003 | Ht: 6-3 | Wt: 213 | Shot: L Stats: GP: 66 | G: 32 | A: 26How he fits: The first round ends with the Oilers, having moved down following Zack Kassian's trade to the Coyotes, selecting another big-bodied winger. Schaefer skates well, and goes to the net hard.
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