Scouting Report: Seth Jarvis

Photo Credit: Keith Dwiggins / Portland Winterhawks Seth Jarvis is a 2020 NHL Draft eligible prospect, who hails from Winnipeg, Manitoba. For youth hockey, Jarvis played for the Winnipeg Monarchs (U14 AAA) and for Rink Hockey Academy (Bantam and U18). In his time at Rink Hockey Academy (CSSHL), he played alongside Tristen Robins (Saskatoon Blades,Continue reading “Scouting Report: Seth Jarvis”

Scouting Report: Yegor Chinakhov

Photo Credit: Avangard Omsk Yegor Chinakhov is an over-ager and is the son of Vitali Chinakhov, former Russian hockey player and was drafted in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft by the New York Rangers. The Omsk, Russia native was eligible for the 2019 NHL Draft, but was passed over. Granted, his offensive production in 2018-19Continue reading “Scouting Report: Yegor Chinakhov”

Scouting Report: Cross Hanas

Photo Credit: Keith Dwiggins / Portland Winterhawks Cross Hanas is a left winger playing for the WHL’s Portland Winterhawks. He grew up in the Highland Village, Texas (between Denton, Texas and Dallas, Texas). His father, Trevor Hanas played junior hockey for the Regina Pats, Saskatoon Blades and the Lethbridge Hurricanes. Now, Trevor is the headContinue reading “Scouting Report: Cross Hanas”

Scouting Report: Yaroslav Askarov

Photo Credit: SKA.ru Yaroslav Askarov is the best goaltender in the 2020 NHL Draft class. He grew up in Omsk, Russia and played youth hockey in the Avangard Omsk system. Askarov catches right, which seems to be a rarity in hockey. Most goaltenders catch left over right and the list of successful goaltenders who caughtContinue reading “Scouting Report: Yaroslav Askarov”

Scouting Report: Rodion Amirov

Photo Credit: Roman Khakimov Rodion Amirov will more than likely be the first Russian skater off the board on draft night. While there is a possibility that Amirov could be the first Russian prospect off the board, Yaroslav Askarov, who is the number one goaltending prospect (in the SKA St. Petersburg system) has garnered plentyContinue reading “Scouting Report: Rodion Amirov”

Scouting Report: Wyatt Kaiser

Photo Credit: Stephen Gassman Wyatt Kaiser is a defensive prospect, who played high school hockey in Minnesota for the majority of the season. Per EliteProspects, his grandfather, Blane Comstock had played collegiate hockey in Minnesota and his sister, Madison Kaiser is 15-year-old forward playing for the women’s hockey team at Andover. Before suiting up forContinue reading “Scouting Report: Wyatt Kaiser”

Scouting Report: Jacob Dion

Photo Credit: Voltigeurs de Drummondville Jacob Dion is coming off of his rookie season with the QMJHL’s Drummondville Voltigeurs. The former fourth round selection in the 2018 QMJHL Draft displayed strong offensive qualities throughout the season. In 63 games played, the Stoke, Quebec native tallied 17 goals and 34 assists. With his 17 goal campaign,Continue reading “Scouting Report: Jacob Dion”

Scouting Report: Colby Ambrosio

Photo Credit: Eldon Holmes / Tri-City Storm The Welland, Ontario native has been playing competitively in the United States since 2017 when he spent the season played with the Buffalo Jr. Sabres 16U. When he was playing midget hockey up in Buffalo, he had played alongside fellow 2020 NHL Draft eligible prospect, Luke Tuch (nowContinue reading “Scouting Report: Colby Ambrosio”

2020 NHL Draft Sleepers Roundtable

In this roundtable, Lassi Alanen (Elite Prospects/EP Rinkside), Dylan Griffing (Dobber Prospects), Sammy Tirpak (Dobber Prospects), Josh Bell (Future Considerations Hockey and The Hockey Writers), J.D. Burke (Elite Prospects/EP Rinkside, TSN 1040) Alexander Appleyard (Smaht Scouting, The Athletic Philadelphia), Steven Ellis (Smaht Scouting) and Josh Tessler (Smaht Scouting) discussed which 2020 NHL Draft Eligible prospectsContinue reading “2020 NHL Draft Sleepers Roundtable”

Scouting Report: Sam Colangelo

Photo Credit: Chicago Steel Sam Colangelo is coming off of his first full season with the USHL’s Chicago Steel. Steel general manager Ryan Hardy built a great Steel roster last season. Colangelo, Brendan Brisson, Sean Farrell, Owen Power, Luke Reid, Mathieu De St. Phalle, Gunnarwolfe Fontaine, Matthew Coronato and Matthew Samoskevich provided Hardy with aContinue reading “Scouting Report: Sam Colangelo”