Draft Profiles 2018
Profiles for the 2018 NHL Entry Draft made by Stanley Cup of Chowder
A late-round to be sure, but there’s an intriguing amount of promise in a player like him.
McShane has been a productive point-getter for the Oshawa Generals. Should the Bruins take a flyer on this center?
This fleet-footed finn aims to make the NHL soon. Should Boston be his headstart?
A huge kid with collegiate aspirations, solid scoring, and powerful eyebrows. Should Boston draft him on the way into town?
Not even injury could slow this kid down. Should the Bruins take notice?
We’ve taken a look at the best european goalie, now let’s take a look at the best north american.
A boy this size and with production this good is one to watch.
And again...one of the best names in this draft.
The standout junior-A defender moves to the NCAA next year. Should Boston be his next step after North Dakota?
Good at home, shaky abroad, but consistent enough to warrant a looksee.
This young russian is possibly looking to break into the NHL with flash and skill. Should Boston be his ticket?
A unique ankle problem cost him a shot at being drafted last year. He’s out to fix that.
With time, he’s possibly projected to be better than some first rounders? Let’s sell you on why that’s possible
Don’t let the lack of defense in front of him fool you; Mandolese is a very promising player.
A good Italian-Canadian boy, what else do you need?
Even in a draft of great names, Blade Jenkins is a special one.
With the Draft around the corner, but no first rounder to speak of, fans are gonna need to think about this draft differently.