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2013 NHL DRAFT
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As of June 1, 2013

Top 200 Players: 51-100
Final Rankings

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Rank First Last Pos Ht/WT Team Comments
51 Alexander Henriksson RW 6.3/176 Farjestad Under the radar, big body, does little things well
52 Phillipe Desrosiers G 6.1/185 Rimouski Pleasant surprise, good feel for the game, takes up net
53 Arturri Lehkonen RW 5.11/170 SM-Liga VERY slick, lacks size, gets pushed off puck, others love him much more
54 Vincent Dunn LC 6.0/184 Val D'or Youngest kid in the draft, always makes smart plays, dominates as a 17 year old at time, nasty piece of work, fearless
55 Nick Sorenson RW 6.1/180 Quebec Injury prone? Early knee problems cause concern, can play though
56 Sean Malone LC 5.10/185 US-NDTP Great weekend in Buffalo, was a revelation to us, keeps getting better
57 Nick Paul LW 6.3/200 Brampton Tall & lanky, needs to fill out, like him
58 Remi Elie LW 6.2/205 London Plays hard, finishes every check, more skill than most think, more viewings = more appreciation
59 Eric Comrie G 6.1/170 Tri-City Puck blocker but not save-maker, stiff at times
60 Ryan Kujawinski LC 6.2/205 Kingston Hidden gem, can score, gaining confidence, needs more urgency, not the sum of his parts, KGN situation has worn on him
61 Ian McCoshen LD 6.2/208 Waterloo Big stud defender, passes like a pro
62 Linus Arnesson LD 6.2/190 Djurgardens We were slow to love him but he is improving, using his size and strength better
63 Ryan Fitzgerald LC 5.11/175 Valley Warriors MVP of the All-American game, better then the sum of his parts
64 Oliver Bjorkstrand LW 6.0/170 Portland Development factory in Portland continues, another Danish star with skills
65 Marko Dano LC 5.10/177 Bratislava Excellent offensive decisions, lazy on the defensive end at times, intriguing, excellent WJC
66 Nick Baptiste RW 6.1/188 Sudbury Great skater, compete level needs to improve, stiff hands, not a scorer, figuring out his role
67 Connor Rankin LC 6.0/185 Tri-City Should be a stud, lots of tools, needs to step up
68 Carter Verhaeghe LC 6.02/184 Niagara We have been slow to like him but he keeps getting better, can dominate physically at times
69 Adam Tambellini LW 6.4/186 Vernon Dominant at times, does what he wants at times, high hockey IQ
70 Mitchell Wheaton RD 6.5/230 Kelowna Really playing well as of late, smart
71 Dillon Heatherington LD 6.3/190 Swift Current Great frame, over his head last year, project, tremendous Combine performance
72 Jusso Ikonen LW 5.9/174 Espoo  Another small skilled guy, can he do it in NA?
73 Michael Downing LD 6.3/190 Dubuque Like his frame, he may be too high but we think he'll improve
74 Ben Harpur LD 6.5/210 Guelph Great size but limited skills, raw, getting more physical, big upside
75 Spencer Martin G 6.2/190 Mississauga Great start, has that "it" factor, keeps playing well, great demeanor, struggling lately, poor rebound control, huge upside
76 Carter Hansen RW 6.2/195 Moose Jaw Despite size might be a hidden gem, 1st step needs to improve
77 Will Butcher LD 5.10/190 US-NDTP Is he too small to be a pro, excellent skills, takes chances
78 Tyler Bertuzzi LW 6.0/176 Guelph Competes, fight, undersized but a winner, injuries are hurting him, too much about him, needs less flamboyance, excellent playoff series against Kitchener
79 Gabrial Paquin-Boidreau LW 6.0/170 Baie Comeau Plays hard, fearless, fights, solid offensively, runs around too much
80 Samuel Morin LD 6.6/195 Rimouski Chara? Myers? Long way to go but intriguing
81 Stephen Harper LW 6.0/200 Erie Finisher, finds seams, smarter in own end, can disappear
82 Ross Olsson LW 6.5/200 Lincoln Big & lanky frame, long stick, tries things, needs strength
83 Sven Andrighetto RW 5.11/180 Rouyn Noranda Great some nights, invisible others, playing well in December, excellent at WJC
84 Connor Hurley LW 6.1/177 Muskegon Shooting up the charts, plays very hard, always getting better, solid commit for Notre Dame
85 William Carrier LW 6.0/202 Cape Breton Very strong, limited offense, hard to handle
86 Marc-Olivier Roy LC 6.0/175 Blainville Plays a lot, coach loves him, competes, size concerns me, overachiever
87 Peter Trainor LW 6.0/180 Rimouski Scores in bunches, might just be a good Jr. Player, one to watch, has really impressed lately, willing to fight & mix up
88 Jan Kostalek RD 6.1/185 Rimouski Very solid start to the NA game, has played well internationally, smooth, terrible Prospects, looked scared
89 Taylor Cammarata LW 5.8/165 Waterloo Very small but slick, strong core, tough at that size
90 Michael McCarron RW 6.5/225 US-NDTP Big horse, hard to handle, uses size effectively
91 Marcus Hogberg G 6.5/200 Linkoping Big & lanky, moves very well, occasional soft goal, a project but one we like
92 Tyler Hill LW 6.6/220 Chicago Big project, great size, should dominate more, time in USHL should give better evaluation, too much hype and not enough production
93 Lucas Wallmark LC 5.11/180 Skelleftea Best playmaker in Swedish Jr., mixed reviews at times, 
94 Will Merchant LW 6.1/185 Maine We had him at 111 last year, like him to produce more, smart
95 John Hayden RC 6.3/218 US-NDTP Big strong kid, needs to compete harder, when he uses frame its effective, might fool someone
96 Cameron Brace RC 5.11/180 Owen Sound Been through a couple drafts, competes hard, does it all, surprising skill, blocks shots, hits, will find a way
97 Niklas Hansson LD 6'0/182 Rogle Very skilled on the PP, makes great passes, risky, cheats at times, makes things happen
98 Hunter Garlent RC 5.9/165 Guelph Skilled, size is a big concern, excellent vision
99 Brent Pedersen LW 6.1/195 Kitchener Feet are a concern, shows some offensive flashes, overshadowed a bit, choppy
100 Eric Locke LC 5.10/182 Saginaw We had him at #73 last year, offensive whiz, has some guys to play with, getting better defensively, late '93

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