Corey Pronman redrafted the 2008 NHL draft. He believes the Tampa Bay Lightning would again select center Steven Stamkos with the No. 1 overall selection, but star D-man Erik Karlsson now clearly belongs among the top three.
With the conclusion of the 2013 NHL regular season, Grant Sonier provides his final rookie rankings. Montreal's Brendan Gallagher tops Grant's list of Calder Trophy candidates, followed by Chicago's Brandon Saad and Florida's Jonathan Huberdeau.
The Colorado Avalanche won the NHL's draft lottery and will select No. 1 overall from what will be a loaded 2013 prospect class. Insider NHL scout Grant Sonier breaks down how he sees the draft selections playing out among the non-playoff teams.
Grant Sonier updates his NHL rookie rankings heading into the final week of the regular season. Montreal's Brendan Gallagher and Chicago's Brandon Saad retain the top two spots while Edmonton's Justin Schultz resurfaces on the list at No. 8.
Grant Sonier breaks down the 2013 draft's top 50 prospects, topped by the trio of Nathan MacKinnon, Jonathan Drouin and Seth Jones. But the most intriguing prospect in the draft is Russian Valeri Nichushkin, who could be in the running for No. 1.
Players and prospects weren't the only things savvy teams should have picked up from the 2013 trade deadline. Craig Custance points out several critical errors GMs should avoid when building their teams.
Grant Sonier updates his weekly NHL rookie rankings, noting the rise of St. Louis' Vladimir Tarasenko, who moves to No. 4 after a run of impressive games following his return from a concussion. Also, Minnesota's Jonas Brodin vaults to No. 6.
ESPN Insider scouting guru Grant Sonier ranks his top rookies for the 2013 season. This week, Montreal's Brendan Gallagher retains the top spot while St. Louis' Jake Allen debuts at No. 5 and Chicago's Brandon Saad climbs three spots to No. 4.