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ISS Top 30 2017 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings for February

By ISS Hockey on February 25, 2017

The 2017 NHL Entry draft has no shortage of size but Nick Suzuki is the outlier. Measuring at just shy of 5-foot-11, the shifty centreman is the smallest centre on the ISS Hockey’s Top 31. The London, Ont. native is getting noticed for his immense hockey IQ and ability to use his size and speed to create offence. Suzuki is making his Top 31 debut at number 27, jumping up from 38 last month.

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By ISS Hockey| February 25, 2017
Categories:  Major Junior|Events
Keywords:  ISS RankingsNHL Draft

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