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2013 NHL DRAFT
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As of June 1, 2013

Top 200 Players: 151-200
Final Rankings

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Rank First Last Pos Ht/WT Team Comments
151 Cody Corbett LD 6.1/200 Edmonton Another guy we liked last year, should have went mid-rounds, big & solid but unspectacular
152 Evan Cowley G 6.4/160 Wichita Falls This years Anthony Stolarz? Unknown to us before this year, large frame that needs refinement
153 Charlie Graham G 6.00/170 Belleville Size is an issue, carried the mail well during WJC's, competes
154 Greg Chase RC 5.11/180 Calgary Not as high on him as others, skills, good on wall, great feet
155 Jake Patterson G 6.1/180 London Should have been drafted last year, quite the run through November & December, quiet in the net
156 Ty  Stanton LD 6.04/180 Medicine Hat Needs to fill out, keeps it simple, good in playoffs, potential shut down guy
157 Brian Williams RC 5.9/166 Tri-City Plays bigger then his size, distributes well, worth a watch
158 Anthony  Brodeur G 5.11/174 Shattuck Marty's son, came a LONG way, more then name
159 Alex Fotinos G 6.0/180 Barrie Needs to play more, behind Neiderberger, technically good, becoming a blocker
160 Saku Salminen LC 6.3/200 Jokerit Finnish Scout likes him, not sure of upside
161 Evan DeHaan LD 6.0/162 Sudbury Very slight, shows some offensive skill, has some brain cramps, got more confident, long way to go defensively, 
162 Kayle Doetzel RD 6.2/190 Red Deer Interesting Ivan Hlinka choice, hard to play against, raw
163 Erik Bradford LC 6.0/180 Barrie Very hard to play against, does a lot of things right, tough at this size in NHL, very smart
164 Jared Hauf LD 6.6/210 Seattle Big project, like him to be more physical, good 1st pass
165 Ken Appleby G 6.4/210 Oshawa Very limited opportunities, great size, calm in net, good hands
166 Ryan Graves LD 6.4/230 PEI Huge frame that is filling out, interesting project, dominates at times
167 Nick  Moutrey RW 6.3/205 Saginaw Good upside, needs urgency in his game
168 Luke Johnson LW 6.0/175 Lincoln Puts up points in USHL but can he do it at next level?
169 Jeff Corbett RD 6.1/182 Sudbury Really developing under David Bell, shows skill development, will jump in at right time, health issues are a concern, worth a late pick
170 Ben Ostlie RD 6.1/180 Omaha Creating some offense, getting better every viewing, makes the right play
171 Gage Ausmus LD 6.1/200 US-NDTP Never the sum of his parts, expect more, needs time
172 Max Becker RW 5.10/170 Shattuck Very skilled offensively, takes advantage of weak competition, size is a concern
173 Jonathon Ismael-Diaby LD 6.4/228 Victoriaville Simple game, off the glass, great reach
174 Robin Press RD 6.2/188 Sodertalje Getting a little better, expected more, will be interesting to see if he improves
175 Jean Dupay RW 6.3/200 Kingston Hits hard, very limited skills, plays hard, intriguing, out for the year
176 Gustav Olofsson LD 6.2/188 Green Bay Swedish kid that stepped up and came over, big jump in his play from start of year, tries to do to much at times, intriguing
177 Martin Bobos LD 6.6/220 Kosice Limited viewing but intriguing, lean but long, vicious stick
178 Gabe Guertler LC 5.11/177 Fargo Minnesota recruit, highly touted 3 years ago, putting it together, 
179 Jordan Maletta RW 6.3/202 Niagara Needs to do more, long levers, slow start, shows flashes, not consistent
180 Spenser Jensen RD 6.05/197 Medicine Hat Big solid frame, VERY limited offense, like him to use his body more, long stick
181 Cooper Rush LD 6.08/225 Chilliwack Mountain if a kid, feet are a concern, seems to work hard, limited puck skills, struggled late
182 Atte Makinen LD 6.3/210 Tappara Really picking things up, playing well, development is still needed
183 Jake Evans LC 6.0/179 Erie Ftorek has had impact, little hype but smart, competes
184 Clint Lewis LD 6.2/196 US-NDTP Expected more coming into season, needs to do more, disappears at times
185 Jordan Schneider LD 6.5/205 St. Michaels Big and nasty, great bloodlines
186 Jorgen Karterud LW 6.4/192 Valerenga Should have been a CHL Import pick, has been producing, tries to do too much at times
187 Kevin Orendorz LW 6.2/194 Krefelder Big horse, not sure of upside, plays hard
188 Dominik Kahun LW/C 5.9/170 Sudbury Junior dynamo, getting better, will have tough time with bigger D, creative
189 Charlie Lindgren G 6.1/180 Sioux Falls Good start, USHL scout keeps talking him up, steals games
190 Alex Forsberg LC 6.0/185 Prince George Plenty of hype, needs to show it every night, slick, been a problem in the room
191 Ayrton Nikkel LD 6.2/192 Everett Love the way he plays, limited skill, hard to play against, keeping it simple, warrior
192 Matt Needham RC 5.9/190 Kamloops Never been a big fan, cheats at times, CIS scorer
193 Nicolas Beaudin LW 6.0/177 Stanstead Smallish, quick and skilled, like Coulombe he may end up in BCHL with Coquitlam, very good against lesser competition
194 Joose Antonen LW 6.2/190 Jyvaskyla Good physical tools, needs to think game better, getting stronger
195 Pavel Laplante LC 6.0/181 PEI We aren't as sold as others, needs to do more, tough couple years, worth a late pick
196 Cole Bardreau RC 5.10/188 Cornell Thought he should have been a draft last year, limited opportunities this year, strong, hockey IQ
197 Zach Gleinke LW 6.3/196 Eagan Size is impressive, very slow start, not producing much, offense has flat lined
198 Domink Kubalik LW 6.1/182 Sudbury At times looks like a 3rd rounder, disappears for weeks at a time, surprising toughness, opportunistic, showed a slight scorers sense
199 Jonathon Merkley RC 5.11/200 Calgary Didn't get a lot of opportunities, liked him last year, works hard
200 Derek Olmschenk RW 6.4.225 Cretin-Durham Minny guy loved him, sleeper, slipping, limited skill set

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