Dobber’s DraftCast 21: Calder Trophy Preview with Brayden Olafson and Scott Morrow Interview

By |2021-01-18T09:24:27-05:00January 18th, 2021|

On this episode of the DraftCast, Tony is joined once again by Brayden Olafson, DobberProspects QMJHL Scout, and the pair breaks down the pre-season favourites for the NHL's Rookie of the Year and then we make our picks for the Calder as well as a lightning round through the other NHL awards! We couldn't leave [...]

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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: WJC Thoughts

By |2020-12-29T01:18:25-05:00December 29th, 2020|Prospects Rambling|

Ah, the World Juniors. Despite the challenges leading up, the tournament has kicked off and has done so without a hitch - unless you talk to a member of Team Germany, then you may have varied opinions. Through just four days, the competition has already seen its share of blowouts, nail bitters, and most importantly, [...]

World Juniors: Picks and Predictions

By |2020-12-25T08:07:08-05:00December 25th, 2020|Feature Story|

  Throughout this week, the DobberProspects’ team is going to be bringing you a full World Junior Championship preview! From team breakdowns to hot takes and picks and predictions to cap off the week on opening day and Christmas! Be sure to check back all week for more World Juniors preview and coverage!    Monday, [...]

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 [...]