2019 NHL Draft Prospects
A group for all prospect profiles and related posts for prospects eligible in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft
The New Jersey Devils went into Vancouver with nine picks. They left with Jack Hughes, P.K. Subban, John Hayden and ten other draft selections in the 2019 NHL Draft. Based on polls for each move, most of the readers loved the Hughes pick, the Subban trade, and the last two picks the Devils made this year. Read on for the full results.
The Devils stepped into the 2019 NHL Entry Draft weekend in need of some big moves and some big picks. Ray Shero and his scouting team made some magic happen. AAtJ covered each pick and trade as they happened and put together a summary for you here.
The New Jersey Devils closed out a very busy afternoon in Vancouver by drafting Linkoping HC forward Nikola Pasic with the 189th overall pick in the seventh round. Learn more about the most recent Devil in this post.
In the sixth round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the New Jersey Devils drafted right wing Patrick Moynihan at 158th overall. This is a quick post with a reaction to the pick and will be updated to include more information about the prospect.
In the fifth round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the New Jersey Devils drafted left wing Arseni Gritsyuk at 129th overall. This is a quick post with a reaction to the pick and will be updated to include more information about the prospect.
Continuing their streak of drafting at least one goaltender under Ray Shero, the New Jersey Devils drafted goaltender and future Sun Devil Cole Brady with the 127th overall selection in the 2019 NHL Draft. This post contains more information about the player.
With their second and final pick of the fourth round of the 2019 NHL Draft, the New Jersey Devils selected USNTDP right-handed defenseman Case McCarthy. This post contains more information about the recent draft pick.
In the fourth round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the New Jersey Devils drafted right wing Tyce Thompson at 96th overall. This is a quick post with a reaction to the pick and will be updated to include more information about the prospect.
After taking Graeme Clarke at 80th overall, the New Jersey Devils went back to the OHL and selected defenseman Michael Vukojevic at 82nd overall. This post contains information about the player.
With their second of four third round picks in the 2019 NHL Draft, the New Jersey Devils drafted their second player from the Ottawa 67’s: right winger Graeme Clarke. This post contains more information about the newest Devil.
In the third round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the New Jersey Devils drafted defenseman Daniil Misyul at 70th overall. This is a quick post with a reaction to the pick and will be updated to include more information about the prospect.
After trading their first two second round picks today, the New Jersey Devils kept and used the 61st overall pick to select defenseman Nikita Okhotyuk. This post contains more information about the player.
Today is the second day of the 2019 NHL Draft. After selecting Jack Hughes overall, the New Jersey Devils have nine picks in the next six rounds. This is an open post for AAtJ readers to discuss the draft as it happens.
"With the first overall pick in 2019, the New Jersey Devils select, from the United States National Development Team, Jack Hughes." A quick reaction post to go over the road to this pick and your thoughts on it.
Welcome to the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. The New Jersey Devils have the first overall pick in this year’s draft. Will it be Jack Hughes? This is an open post for AAtJ readers to discuss what happens as it happens for New Jersey and other teams.
The New Jersey Devils won the 2019 NHL Draft Lottery and will pick first tonight in Vancouver in the 2019 NHL Draft. This post contains details on the Devils’ picks, what they may need, who to follow for prospects, and ways to watch the draft on June 21 and 22.
Blake Murray is a talented, goal scoring center that saw his draft stock fall from that of a 1st round talent to that of a mid or late round pick. This profile will take a look at what makes Murray an intriguing option from NHL teams on Day 2 of the draft.
In this year’s All About the Jersey roundup of mock drafts for the New Jersey Devils, 26 mock drafts were reviewed and all 26 have Jack Hughes going first overall. To make this year’s roundup more interesting, five mock drafts that went beyond the first round were also highlighted.
John Farinacci is the highest ranked New Jerseyan and American high school-based player in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. This profile goes into what he has done on the ice and what he needs to work on as he goes to Harvard next year.
Vladislav Firstov has the tools to make it into the NHL, and the Devils have the picks to brings this talented forward to New Jersey ice.
Today, come check out a forward playing in the USHL who had a stellar season and shot up the rankings a ton. He could have pushed himself into a mid-rounder this year because of it.
Ben Brinkman: 2019 NHL Draft Prospect Profile || A big, mobile defender who jumped to the NCAA early
After a quiet but solid season as the youngest player in the NCAA, Ben Brinkman’s draft stock slid from some previously high expectations, but there is still plenty to like from the big, mobile defender.
Eric Uba is an aggressive, attacking forward that plays a North/South game and excels on the Penalty Kill. This post will profile the draft eligible forward who could be an interesting option in the later rounds.
Nick Robertson of the Peterborough Petes is one of the youngest and smaller players in this draft class. Yet, his great shot, work ethic, and offensive skills make him someone to watch for at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft.
Mason Primeau is a large center who thrived after being traded to the North Bay Battalion in the OHL last season. His game has some but he could be seen as a project pick - someone that could become useful if those issues are resolved. Learn more about him in this prospect profile.
This versatile forward for the OHL’s Mississauga Steelheads isn’t projected to be a high draft pick, which could make him an absolute ‘steel’ for a team in the later rounds.
Graeme Clarke is an Ottawa native who has played some quality hockey for his hometown 67’s over the past two seasons. He has some international experience as well, a plus coming from loaded Canada, but not a significant amount. His rankings are fairly varied, making him an interesting prospect.
Nathan Legare was among the best goal-scorers in major junior this past season, but that ability comes with a major question mark in the form of his skating and lack of speed. Are his great hands enough to overcome that at the next level?
Jamieson Rees is a talented, two-way center that has first round level talent but could likely be available in the middle part of the draft due to some injury concerns.
Quinn Olson of the Okotoks Oilers put up a second straight productive season and buzz has picked up about being drafted this year in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. Learn more about the forward in this prospect profile.
Čajkovič has scouts talking, but is it for the right reasons? This talented but controversial forward might just tick all the right boxes for a top pick, but he may have a few too many of the wrong ones as well.
Today we have another Russian prospect in this year’s draft who came over to play in the QMJHL. Artemi Knyazev is a defenseman with solid offensive upside who had a real good season in the Q, but was not a real standout in Russia before that.