Phase II of the Draft will take place the following day beginning with round one. Although the 2020 NHL Draft has been pushed back due to the ever-changing circumstances revolving the COVID-19 pandemic, this hasn’t stopped many throughout the world of hockey from discussing one of the top prospects eligible for the 2021 NHL Draft. Phase I of the Draft is ten rounds of “Futures” age players only, which are U-17 players for next year’s season (2004 birth year players only for the 2020 Draft). ( Log Out /  For Power, his future in the game of hockey is exceedingly bright. ( Log Out /  Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Both the RoughRiders and Capitols requested and received approval from the USHL to withdraw from participation in the 2020-21 season due to building damages and COVID-19 county restrictions, respectively. Michael Suda (CR) Teams will typically have 60-80 players at their training camps. Jordan Tonelli (CR), Aidan Harper (CR) Ryan Taylor (CR) Provided the 2020-21 NCAA season will take place despite COVID-19, Power is slated to suit up for the University of Michigan — a school which has had an immense amount of success of late with respect to drawing high-end NHL prospects. Well, for Power, his game revolves largely around his size and physicality. Hunter Weiss (MAD), Carson Bantle (MAD) Former RoughRiders and Capitols players will return to the Cedar Rapids and Madison rosters upon their return to the league for the 2021-22 season. Quinn Finley (MAD) Perhaps the most important facets of Power’s game are his on-ice intelligence and composure with the puck, as these abilities are what truly set Power apart from his competition on a nightly basis. All players eligible to be drafted in the 2021 NHL Entry Draft. Garrett Sundquist (CR), Maveric Lamoureux (MAD) Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Nick Wallace (MAD), Nate Hanley (CR) While most players often make accurate decisions with the puck, Power routinely makes calculated and precise decisions on the ice — and with a level of consistency which stands far above his peers. Tyler Rollwagen (CR) Jack O'Leary (CR) It’s nice that the world is going to quickly learn what we already know.” https://t.co/WrmCeB6lGj pic.twitter.com/x5hi7ITq2N. Nikolai Mayorov (CR) Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Although Brandt Clarke of the Barrie Colts and future University of Michigan teammate Luke Hughes will certainly challenge Power for the distinction, the youngster’s raw power, intelligence, and ability to thrive at both ends of the ice could prove far too lucrative for NHL organizations to pass upon. The United States Hockey League (USHL) completed a dispersal draft Monday for players that were on the rosters and affiliate lists of the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders and Madison Capitols for the 2019-20 season. Adam Flammang (CR) At the age of just 17-years, Power already stands 6-foot-5 and tips the scale at 210-pounds — an impressive frame for a player of his age. As a result, Power and the Reps were able to embark upon a fairly successful postseason campaign. To no one’s surprise Power made an immediate impact, stabilizing the Steel in their defensive end while helping to fuel their offensive attack in turn. Sure, the event remains months away from occurring, however this hasn’t had an affect on the chatter revolving Owen Power — a towering young defender widely projected to challenge for the distinction of being chosen first overall in an NHL Draft. Derek Mullahy (CR) Unlike many hulking defenders who sacrifice foot-speed for strength, Power has come to boast the best of both attributes and can take his opposition by surprise as a result. Andrew Pichora (CR) Where Power’s game has grown the most in recent years comes in the offensive zone.