Fantasy Summary

One of the best two-way forwards in the draft. Svechkov is great in transition, excellent in his own end, and has some offensive tools that are on the verge of really popping. Playing on a team lacking other talents, Svechkov is often on an island but still drives good results.


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March 2022 – The young two-way forward has played all over the place this season in Russia. A majority of Svechkov’s time has been spent in the VHL, where he has posted nine goals and 31 points in 30 games. It is hard to project Svechkov’s true offensive upside in the NHL. You look at someone like Anton Lundell in Florida, who was questioned on his offensive abilities but has silenced everyone with 38 points in 52 games during his rookie season so far. For now, I think Svechkov is still a must-draft in start-up dynasty leagues as he can be a solid two-way second-line center in his NHL career. Curtis Rines

July 2021 – Svechkov was selected in the first round, 19th overall by the Nashville Predators in the 2021 NHL Draft. Nick Richard

February 2021 – Unlike many of the prospects coming out of the MHL, Svechkov is an excellent two way forward who thrives on being the driver of play at both ends of the ice. He never lacks for effor