About Kevin Wong

Kevin is @CambieKev on Twitter. He is a scout, writer, video editor and hockey historian who has published visual and written material for DobberProspects, Canucks Army (The Nation Network), Pass It To Bulis, Nucks Misconduct (SBNation/Vox), and Last Word on Sports, among other organizations. His content has also been featured in such publications as The Athletic. He is a Future Considerations (FCHockey) alumnus and has been with the DobberHockey team since March 2020 as both a scout and columnist. Kevin is also the creator of The Lost Shifts video series, numerous story-based montages, and the 85-minute highlight film, Pavel Bure: A Rocket Through Time.

September 32-in-32: Buffalo Sabres

By |2021-09-05T09:43:09-04:00September 5th, 2021|32-in-32 Series|

Welcome to the September 2021 edition of the DobberProspects 32-in-32 Series. This month, we are diving into the depth of each organization, looking at their recent graduates, risers, fallers, and top-20 prospects. ************* By: Kevin Wong Despite the Buffalo Sabres' disastrous regular-season performance in 2020-2021, their campaign featured some exciting glimpses into the organization's future. [...]

August 32-in-32: Buffalo Sabres

By |2021-09-05T09:27:02-04:00August 4th, 2021|32-in-32 Series|

The 32-in-32 Series is an annual event here at DobberProspects! Every day in August we will be bringing you a complete breakdown of a team’s draft and insights into their off-season movements thus far. Following this up, the September 32-in-32 Series will dive into every team’s prospect depth charts with fantasy insights and implications for [...]

Prospect Ramblings: Nikita Chibrikov, Dylan Cozens, J.J. Peterka, Cole Caufield, and a Look at Nils Hoglander’s NHL Debut

By |2021-01-16T13:32:15-05:00January 16th, 2021|Prospects Rambling|

With the 2020-2021 National Hockey League season having just begun, all eyes are on the league's newest prospects to see which will live up to the expectations placed upon them. Sometimes, a prospect can draw the ire of a fanbase when their rate of production in the NHL does not quickly reflect the hype that [...]

Prospect Ramblings: Kirill Marchenko, Eeli Tolvanen, Nail Yakupov

By |2020-12-23T11:24:24-05:00December 8th, 2020|Prospects Rambling|

Boom-or-bust type prospects have always been risky choices at the NHL Draft, but as the league shifts more towards a forechecking-and-possession-based style of play, it makes less sense than ever to select a player who can not forecheck. Too many top draft choices have been used to select one-dimensional, passive forwards, many of whom find [...]

December 31-in-31: Buffalo Sabres

By |2020-12-04T03:24:52-05:00December 4th, 2020|31-in-31 Series|

    The Buffalo Sabres' near-decade of futility in the National Hockey League should have produced a very rich and exciting group of prospects to lead the team into the 2020s. With eight top-ten draft selections in the last eight years, including two second-overall choices (Sam Reinhart, 2014; Jack Eichel, 2015) and a first-overall selection [...]