DPR Episode 122: 2022 NHL Draft Rankings and Memorial Cup Prospects

By |2022-07-03T13:03:06-04:00July 3rd, 2022|

Peter has released his top 32 draft ranking for the 2022 NHL Entry Draft and talks about each player he projects as a first round pick, and where they compare to the Gold Standard of Draft Rankings by TSN Analyst Bob McKenzie. You can find those rankings here Bob McKenzie Final Draft Rankings  Peter Harling [...]

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Prospect Ramblings: CHL Playoff Option and Awarding the Memorial Cup

By |2020-03-16T07:35:04-04:00March 16th, 2020|Prospects Rambling|

The Rouyn-Noranda Huskies celebrate their 2019 Memorial Cup victory   Yesterday the Centers for Disease Control issued a statement that recommended that events of 50 or more people be canceled for the next eight weeks. This effectively eliminates the ability to play a hockey game, or any other sporting event, for that duration [...]

Prospect Ramblings: Memorial Cup time!

By |2018-05-20T00:08:13-04:00May 20th, 2018|Prospects Rambling|

  *** NHL Playoffs and World Championship aren't the only excitement going on right now - The 2018 Memorial Cup began on Friday which means there is lots of play to discuss! Each of the 4 teams will play each other once before one gets eliminated, one gets a bye to the final, and the middle [...]

Prospect Ramblings: Regina Pats – Head start on the Memorial Cup (Jan 10 2018)

By |2018-01-10T20:39:20-05:00January 10th, 2018|Prospects Rambling|

Sam Steel (ANA). Jake Leschyshyn (VGS). Josh Mahura (ANA). Nick Henry. (COL) Just a few names who are holding down the fort as help arrives.   Regina Pats currently sit 16th overall in the WHL standings. With a 21-19-3 record, the Pats haven't shown even close to the dominance they showed last season. However, they are 5-1-0 in their [...]

Prospect Ramblings – Team performance effect on draft position (July 24 2016)

By |2016-07-24T12:02:19-04:00July 24th, 2016|Prospects Rambling|

Looking at whether the success of a propect's team has an effect on his future draft position in this Sunday Ramblings... *** Every year in the Canadian junior hockey leagues there are standout teams and outright dominant ones. These successes are often due to the prescence of elite prospects playing on the team at hand, [...]

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