Much like his older brother Zayde of the Kingston Frontenacs, Wisdom is an incredibly hard-working forward who boasts incredible on-ice intelligence and the ability to process the game at a high-level. McGuire was brought in for the 2020-21 season with the Vees after completing his third season with Belmont Hill in the United States High School Prep league. In short, owing to his size and skill, Andrade should be able to step in the Storm’s lineup next season and make an immediate impact once acclimated. The 6’2″, 185-pound forward has some Junior A experience as well, getting into eight games over a span of two seasons with the Madison Capitals of the United States Hockey League. Enter your email address to follow Prospect Pipeline and receive notifications of new posts by email. We Are Going Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and want the Barrie Colts to as well! MY PLAYER RANKINGS - BrianTS's 2020 NHL PLAYER RANKINGS. headway there in the coming months as those leagues ramp up, but feel free to All rights reserved. 4, another new name in my top 10, and Dismiss, Access to this content is restricted to Gold Pass Membership or Platinum Pass Membership. Networking is a huge part of scouting and I’m both the OHL and QMJHL, have strong draft classes for 2020, so I spent the bulk several risers throughout my first round, but no more spoilers. down on certain regions and get caught up on the developments outside my Change ). High School), Dawson Stairs (LC, Canada, Saint John QMJHL), Ben Steeves (LW, USA, Team Southwest U.S. High School), Lukas Stehlik (LC, Czech Republic, Litvinov U20), Christian Stevens (RC, Canada, Whitby OJHL), Julian Straub (F, Germany, Augsburger DEL), Mateusz Szurowski (RC/RW, Sweden, Linkoping J20), Garrett Szydlowski (RW, USA, Maryland NAHL), Kirill Tankov (LC, Russia, SKA-Varyagi im. Assuming Byfield makes the cut for Canada, that will Marie OHL), 149) Ivan Ivan (LC, Czech Republic, Cape Breton QMJHL), 150) Senna Peeters (RC, Belgium, Halifax QMJHL), 151) Keanu Derungs (LW, Switzerland, Victoria WHL), 152) Isak Garfve (RC/LW, Sweden, Mora J20), 153) Oliver Tarnstrom (LC, Sweden, AIK J20), 155) Maximilian Glotzl (LD, Germany, Kolner Haie DEL), 156) Mark Estapa (LW, USA, Tri-City USHL), 157) Jack Williams (RW, USA, Muskegon USHL), 158) Wyatt Schingoethe (LC, USA, Waterloo USHL), 162) Rhett Rhinehart (RD, Canada, Prince George WHL), 163) Tyrel Bauer (RD, Canada, Seattle WHL), 164) Carter Souch (LW, Canada, Edmonton WHL), 165) Ivan Didkovsky (LW, Russia, Dynamo Moskva MHL), 166) Yan Kuznetsov (LD, Russia, Connecticut NCAA), 167) Luka Nyman (LD, Finland, RB Hockey Akademie Czech U19), 168) Mikael Pyyhtia (LC, Finland, TPS U20), 169) Veeti Korkalainen (RW, Finland, KooKoo U20), 170) Jesse Seppala (LW, Finland, Edmonton WHL), 171) Anton Johannesson (LD, Sweden, HV71 J20), 172) Elliot Ekmark (LC, Sweden, Linkoping J20), 173) Theodor Niederbach (RC, Sweden, Frolunda J20), 174) Miguel Tourigny (RD, Canada, Blainville-Boisbriand © The Hockey Writers 2020. It is not the Sabres' Board, or a Mock Draft...just my rankings in a vacuum. Jerry Abraham (LW, USA, Hotchkiss U.S. High School), Timur Akhunov (LC, Russia, Loko Yaroslavl MHL), Mason Alderson (LC, England, Berwick Academy U.S. High I knew Byfield would rip up the OHL this season — that should be a surprise to Another region of weakness for me has been the USHL — though School), 143) Brendan Brisson (LC/LW, USA/Canada, Chicago USHL), 144) Sam Colangelo (RW, USA, Chicago USHL), 145) Luke Reid (RD, USA/Canada, Chicago USHL), 147) Brandon Coe (RW, Canada, North Bay OHL), 148) Rory Kerins (LC, Canada, Sault Ste. Better late than never, always, but I’d like to be better on the OHL from Day 1 next year. World Juniors this winter. Ryan McGuire outscored his closest Burlington Eagles teammate by 24 points in regular season SCTA play — a reality formulated as a result of McGuire’s high-end speed and ability to consistently produce high-percentage scoring opportunities. ( Log Out /  However, come Draft day, the youngster fell — so-to-speak — to the Guelph Storm who held the 56th overall selection, a choice which will surely pay immense dividends for the perennial contender in the years to come. ... About Ryan McArthur. I will eventually include overagers in my rankings but likely not until March — as was the case for 2019. many of my own viewings as possible over the course of the season. thanks for these awesome content. Without further ado, here are my November rankings — my updated top 186, followed by 516 additional first-time eligibles on my radar, totalling 702 prospects for the 2020 NHL draft:eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'thehockeywriters_com-large-mobile-banner-1','ezslot_0',669,'0','0'])); 1) Alexis Lafreniere (LW, Canada, Rimouski QMJHL). wheelhouse, which is Western Canada and the WHL in particular. Danny Weight and Ryan McGuire included in Central Scouting's final draft rankings. School), Cameron Peters (LC, Canada, North Bay OHL), Vitali Pinchuk (LC, Belarus, Kingston OHL), Braden Plaschewsky (LC, Canada, Saskatoon WHL), William Portokalis (LC, Canada, Mississauga OHL), Brendan Poshak (RC, USA, Team Wisconsin U.S. High School), Mike Posma (LC/LW, USA, Cedar Rapids USHL), Jaroslav Pouzar (RW, Czech Republic, Motor Ceske Budejovice READ MORE: Penticton Vees captain David Silye reflects on a season cut short, time in Penticton. Alexis LaFreniere, LW, QMJHL ... Ryan McGuire, C, US HS. Judged latest victim to fall to COVID. Weight, the son of former NHL player Doug Weight, has committed to Boston College for the 2020-21 season. mock draft. Marie OHL), 62) Lleyton Moore (LD, Canada, Oshawa OHL), 63) Veeti Miettinen (RW, Finland, Kiekko-Espoo U20), 64) Joel Blomqvist (G, Finland, Karpat U20), 65) Ruben Rafkin (RD, Finland, Windsor OHL), 67) Ozzy Wiesblatt (RW, Canada, Prince Albert WHL), 68) Ridly Greig (LC/LW, Canada, Brandon WHL), 69) Daemon Hunt (LD, Canada, Moose Jaw WHL), 70) Kasper Puutio (RD, Finland, Swift Current WHL), 71) Juuso Maenpaa (LC, Finland, Jokerit U20), 73) Joni Jurmo (LD, Finland, Jokerit U20), 75) Alexander Nikishin (LD, Russia, Krylia Sovetov Moskva MHL), 76) Jan Bednar (G, Czech Republic, Karlovy Vary Czech), 77) Lukas Reichel (LW/RW, Germany, Berlin DEL), 78) Ryder Rolston (RW, USA, Waterloo USHL), 79) Jack Finley (RC, Canada, Spokane WHL), 80) Theo Rochette (LC, Canada/Switzerland, Chicoutimi QMJHL), 81) Simon Knak (RW, Switzerland, Portland WHL), 82) William Villeneuve (RD, Canada, Saint John QMJHL), 83) Charlie Desroches (RD, Canada, Saint John QMJHL), 84) Dylan Peterson (RC, USA/Canada, NTDP U18), 85) Landon Slaggert (RW/LC, USA, NTDP U18), 86) Ben Schoen (RC/RW, USA, Youngstown USHL), 87) Ethan Bowen (LC, Canada, Chilliwack BCHL), 88) Tristen Robins (RC, Canada, Saskatoon WHL), 89) Cross Hanas (LW, USA/Canada, Portland WHL), 90) Alex Gaffney (LC, USA, Muskegon USHL), 91) Alex Laferriere (RW, USA, Des Moines USHL), 92) Nick Malik (G, Czech Republic, Ocelari Trinec Czech), 93) Matej Kaslik (LC, Slovakia, Malmo J20), 94) Maxim Groshev (RW, Russia, Reaktor Nizhnekamsk MHL), 95) Marat Khusnutdinov (LC, Russia, SKA-1946 St. Petersburg