2016 NHL Draft Prospects
This is a group for all 2016 prospect profiles at AAtJ and NHL Draft related posts for the New Jersey Devils
Today, we get to take a look at a winger from the Czech Republic who has a penchant for producing points. He may not have played against North American competition, but given where he has been, he has done nothing but produce. Can he do it here?
Cam Dineen is from Toms River, New Jersey, the latest in an increasing group of talent coming from the Garden State. This post profiles the North Bay Battalion defenseman, noting his offensive skills and why he's been rising up the draft rankings.
Calgary Hitmen defender Jake Bean might have the most offensive potential out of all defensemen in this year's draft. Despite New Jersey needing forwards worse than defenders, is he the type of player the Devils would select if he's best available?
Julien Gauthier is a player who has dominated the QMJHL at times the past couple seasons with his size, speed, and skill with the puck. He'd probably be a reach at the 11th overall pick, though. Will he be on the Devils' radar on draft day?
David Quenneville is the brother of Devils' prospect John Quenneville and one of the top offensive defensemen in this year's draft. This prospect profile takes a look at his overall game.
Mikhail Sergachev came to Windsor and ended his first season with a lot of points and talent while winning the league's most outstanding defenseman trophy. Learn more about him in this prospect profile and why he would interest the Devils.
Brett Murray is a winger from the CCHL with a big frame to go along with the skill and awareness to possibly be a solid playmaker and two-way forward. Could he be someone worth taking a flyer on in the later rounds of this year's draft?
Today at All About the Jersey, we are delving into Czech defenseman Vojtech Budik, who pulled a Pavel Zacha and decided to play his draft eligible year in the Canadian juniors although he had played in his homeland previously. Let's check him out.
The son of Cliff Ronning, Ty Ronning, had a bounce-back season with the Vancouver after 2 non-ideal seasons in the WHL. He's small, he's got a shot on the ice, and he's got a good shot of being drafted. Learn more about him in this prospect profile.
There can be no denial that the New Jersey Devils need offense, and it could easily be argued that at least the first two picks in this draft should be used on forwards. Well, one center to consider in the second round is Dillon Dube from the WHL.
Clayton Keller is not big but the forward has been productive at every competitive level he's played at. This 2016 NHL Draft prospect profile goes into his many skills as a forward and includes video of Keller excelling his way into the first round.
Tomorrow, All About the Jersey will have their annual re-focus on the 2016 NHL Draft by profiling 40 players over the next seven weeks. This post is an intentionally early draft preview for the New Jersey Devils to lead into that re-focus.