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  • Alex Nylander keeping it in the family

    Alex Nylander keeping it in the family

    It's not easy coaching your own kid. In minor hockey, for instance, if a coach has a child on the team they'll often delegate another member of the coaching staff to relay instructions to the player. After all, most children accept constructive criticism from other adults far more readily than from their own parents. 
    by Mike Toth
    Posted June 21, 2016

  • Let's Go (To) Buffalo!

    Let's Go (To) Buffalo!

    For the third time in hockey history the NHL Draft is shuffling off to Buffalo, with the big show slated for June 24th and 25th. In 1991, "The Big E" hit "The Big B,” as Eric Lindros was selected first overall at the first-ever NHL draft in Buffalo.

    by Mike Toth
    Posted June 20, 2016

  • ISS Top 30 Prospects Eligible for 2016 NHL Draft: June

    ISS Top 30 Prospects Eligible for 2016 NHL Draft: June

    With amateur hockey seasons completed, International Scouting Services has released its final prospect rankings in the 2016 NHL Draft Guide. The industry-leading guide provides the most comprehensive analysis and preview of the upcoming NHL Draft.
    by ISS Hockey
    Posted June 02, 2016

  • 2016 Memorial Cup Predictions

    2016 Memorial Cup Predictions

    The panel has spoken. We asked our Major Junior writers to give us their predictions on how teams will stack up at the Memorial Cup, and if their opinion means anything, which in our opinion (if our opinion means anything) it does, one team is certainly emerging as the favourite.
    by HockeyNow
    Posted May 18, 2016

  • #20 on ISS May Top 30 Countdown: Brett Howden, Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)

    #20 on ISS May Top 30 Countdown: Brett Howden, Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL)

    Turning heads with his playmaking abilities and vision is #20 on the ISS Hockey Top Ranked Prospects for the NHL Draft, Moose Jaw centre Brett Howden.
    Emily Whitemarsh
    Posted May 15, 2016

  • ISS Top 30 Prospects Eligible for 2016 NHL Draft: May

    ISS Top 30 Prospects Eligible for 2016 NHL Draft: May

    With its May release of the ISS Top 30, ISS Hockey reveals a preview of the final NHL Draft rankings to be published in early June in the industry leading ISS NHL Draft Guide.

    by ISS Hockey
    Posted May 04, 2016

  • ISS Top 30 2016 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings – April

    ISS Top 30 2016 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings – April

    Logan Brown is a big centre with an offensive upside who knows how to create scoring chances. He has a good combination of size, strength and skill. He has a smooth long stride and is almost unstoppable through the neutral zone. 
    by ISS Hockey
    Posted April 22, 2016

  • ISS Top 30 2016 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings – March

    ISS Top 30 2016 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings – March

    Bean is a smart two-way defender who stands out because of his exceptional skating ability and passing skills. He reads plays very well and always gives himself more than one passing option because he always has the puck inside of the dots. 
    by ISS Hockey
    Posted March 26, 2016

  • ISS Top 30 2016 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings – February

    ISS Top 30 2016 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings – February

    An absolute beast on the blue line who combines a physical game with good offensive characteristics. Always skates with his head up and is always a threat to make a play on the breakout.
    by ISS Hockey
    Posted February 27, 2016

  • ISS Top 30 2016 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings – January

    ISS Top 30 2016 NHL Draft Prospect Rankings – January

    Max Jones is a big, mean, aggressive winger who can blend his physical game with his scoring ability, which is what all NHL teams desire. A high energy player that gives it all every shift and will hit you through the boards if you don’t keep your head up. 
    by ISS Hockey
    Posted January 29, 2016


 

    

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