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2013 NHL DRAFT
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As of June 1, 2013

Top 200 Players: 101-150
Final Rankings

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1-50 | 51-100 | 151-200

Rank First Last Pos Ht/WT Team Comments
101 Sam Povorozniouk RC 6.0/185 Kingston Smallish Chicago kid, high skill, will score, gaining confidence
102 Tobias Liljendahl RC 6.2/218 Djurgardens Why isn't anyone talking about this kid, produces, teams looking to steal him
103 Keegan Kanzig LD 6.5/240 Victoria HUGE, would love to see him be tougher, feet need work
104 Mark McNulty LD 6.6/195 Prince George We were slow to him but were we wrong, long stick, raw but upside
105 Tyler Lewington RD 6.2/193 Medicine Hat Solid overall game, will continue to develop, surprisingly good offensive decisions
106 Tommy Vanelli RD 6.1/186 Minnetonka Moves puck well, fluid on the ice, 200 foot game
107 Jackson Houck RW 6.0/185 Vancouver VERY concerned about his feet, works his bag off, tries to be physical, showing his toughness
108 Matt Murphy LD 6.1/200 Halifax Interesting prospect, solid overall game, not flashy, struggled in Halifax
109 Viktor Baldayev RD 6.4/200 Mytischi Big body, wish he came over, can thrive in NA
110 Blaine Byron LC 6.0/170 Smiths Falls Very smart, great decisions, will have BIG year, stud, under the radar, trade will help him
111 Martin Reway LW 5.8/165 Gatineau Good start to the year, quick feet, offensive force
112 Josh Burnside LW 6.0/180 Mississauga Can fly, needs to get stronger, makes plays
113 Jordan DeKort G 6.4/194 Windsor Expect more as season goes on, great rebound control, limited D puts him under fire
114 Mason Geertssen LD 6.4/210 Vancouver Seidel loves him, likes to fight, scares opponents, needs work, trade will help him
115 Ville Husso G 6.2/185 HIFK Another solid goaltending product from Finland, makes saves, smooth movement
116 Dane Fox LC 6.1/188 Erie Off ice hurt him last year, JUST came back, should have been a late pick in '12
117 Rinat Valiev LD 6.2/190 Indiana Glad he is in Indiana, needs to dominate
118 Keaton Thompson LD 5.11/190 Lincoln Bit of a tweener, not enough offense but not big enough on D, we will be watching
119 Sergei Stetsenko LD 6.0/190 CSKA Worried about Russian aspirations
120 Zach Sanford LW 6.3/185 NH Islanders Skates good for big kid, bad opponents, uses size to dominate small kids, likes to distribute
121 Martin Kokes RD 6.3/192 Litvinov Like his size, strong on the puck, has some edge to him
122 Jason Stephanik LW 6.2/180 NJ Hitmen Another little known kid, love to see him at a higher level, lots of physical tools
123 Evan Allen LW 5.10/190 US-NDTP Reminds us of Reid Boucher, opportunistic, accurate shot
124 Eamon McAdam G 6.2/180 Waterloo Big goaltender, great Jr. World Cup
125 Gustav Olofsson LD 6.1/190 Green Bay Not flashy, makes the right play, coaching has helped him
126 Avery Peterson LW 6.2/185 Grand Rapids Size & skating are an impressive combo, needs to be way more physical, hard to move off puck
127 Sergei Tolchinsky RW 5.8/172 Sault Ste. Marie Too many turnovers, creates chances, tiny, offensive whiz
128 Teemu Kivihalme LD 5.11/176 Burnsville Great skater, limited offensive upside
129 Brett Pesce RD 6.2/179 UNH Excellent feet, being slowly worked in, under-valued
130 JC Lipon RW 6.1/185 Kamloops Blossomed out of nowhere, been a key to their success, smart
131 Marvin Cupper G 5.11/165 Shawinigan Adapting well to NA game, challenges well, sees through traffic well
132 David Pope LW 6.2/190 West Kelowna Really liked him as year went on, using his size better, quick stick, better skill than most think
133 Greg Betzold LW 6.2/200 Peterborough Does a lot on the ice, creates opportunities, hidden gem, right side of puck, gritty
134 Gustav Possler RW 6.1/185 Modo Offensive machine, gets caught puck watching, fun to watch
135 Tyler Ganly RD 6.2/200 Sault Ste. Marie Getting better every week, safe & simple, not trying to do too much, like him to get meaner
136 Brendan Burke G 6.4/180 Portland Can steal games, good rebound control, uses size well
137 Brody Silk LW 6.0/186 Sudbury Hard working, competes, needs to finish more, fights, plays thru injuries
138 Wiley Sherman LD 6.7/204 Hotchkiss Went to see Hill & look who we found, lots of work to do but better than we had heard, long stick
139 Matt Buckles RW 6.1/205 St. Michaels Burgeoning power forward, strong on the puck, hit and miss in WJAC, doesn't do enough in Tier 2, spotty Dudley Hewitt performance
140 Quentin Shore RC 6.1/185 University of Denver Should have gone last year, high hockey IQ, good away from puck
141 Carl Dahlstrom LD 6.4/215 Linkoping Decent skills for big kid, needs to play up to his size, needs to keep it simple
142 Alex Coulombe LD 6.3/185 Stanstead Got better as season progressed, going to end up in Coquitlam in BCHL, long term project, limited offense
143 Kurt Etchegary LC 6.0/188 Quebec Not afraid, worried about his hips, opportune scorer, competes
144 Danny Desrochers LW 6.2/185 Sudbury Out of nowhere, does everything right, great on draws
145 Michal Moravcik LD 6.4/192 Plzen Lots of work to do but intriguing, feet are an issue, surprising vision at times
146 Tyler Motte LW 5.10/180 US-NDTP Smallish but can star, defensively gets lost at times, small features
147 Jackson Whistle G 6.1/185 Kelowna Very underrated, gets no press but stops pucks
148 Nikolas Brouillard LD 5.11/160 Drummondville Smallish but exciting, understands offensive play well, quick on his feet
149 Nick Hutchinson LC 6.2/180 Avon Old Farms Started off slow, showed flashes, didn't think he was a draft early on, continued to improve, smart decisions
150 Mike Rebry LC 6.0/182 Penticton Has shown he can score, great defensive awareness, rebounding from serious illness, rival Coach's rave about him

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