Corey Pronman released his top prospects list just a few days ago (Top 124 skaters, Top 28 goalies). Without disclosing the list, how did the NEFHL teams fare?
First, let's look at the number of pros
Part 2 of 3 – The Tweeners
20. NY Rangers
Key: C, Core: C+, Depth: B-, Offense: C, Defense: D,Goaltending: A+, Salary cap: B, Prospects: D, Ga
Here are this year’s Hoover Rankings! The categories are very similar to last season. Out is the category of intangibles, which is now calculated into other categories. I’ve added the Gall
10. Carolina Hurricanes (13) - The Hurricanes are one of those teams that have always done above average when it comes to drafting and having a good chunk of solid prospects. They had
With the Traverse City prospect tournament over and NHL training camps starting here are a few notes on a few Blues prospects.
Some goalie notes....
Pronman came out with a list
20. Detroit Red Wings (30) - A big jump for the team that finished second last in the 2018 rankings. The Red Wings have continued their commitment to rebuilding and moving up a third o
Let’s start off by saying that in no way, shape or form am I looking to take away from Jamie and his Hoover Rankings but I’ve been developing a ranking system of my own for a while now. I
This is the 2019 version of organizational prospect rankings that were released last year. To be considered, prospects are aged 25 and under and have played less than 25 NEFHL games.
Patience, patience patience. Seems like the theme for Peter’s Wild as GM of the team. When will they ever be good? The answer… ‘’Not right now…well…maybe. Who th
So, what exactly are the Bruins doing?
It was just a few months ago that GM Gallant drafted 10 fresh faces to the team, lead by Victor Soderstrom, Jakub Pelletier and Samuel Poulin, all draft