Kicking off the year with a profile on three Swedish defenders in the upcoming draft class.
Some undersized talent is likely to still be available when the Preds pick.
Some good options are available in the third round.
Who might the Predators nab with their top pick?
My final ranking ahead of next week’s annual selection.
The forward might not be in Nashville's reach but could still be a good fit.
A look at the players heading into the final few weeks before the draft.
The skilled defender is a likely second-round pick.
The Swedish winger has a lot of potential and might go early at the draft.
My initial top 32 for July’s draft.
The Swedish winger could be the top forward taken this summer.
The towering Swedish defender kicks off this year’s profiles.
Tonight will be the highest Nashville has picked since 2014.
The team could add two potential NHL talents with a couple picks early on day two.
Nashville will pick nearly back to back in the 70’s.
Nashville will select at pick #135.
Pending a trade, Nashville will be done in round six.
Draft weekend is finally upon us—four months later.
The Russian forward should be a second-round target for Nashville.
The offensive-minded Swede could be an option at 11th overall.
Faber may be the second U.S. Development Program defender off the board in October.
The Russian should be taken off the board in the 10-20 range.
The Prince Albert Raider should be an early second round pick come October.
This month my draft ranking expands to two rounds.
The Finnish defender impressed the Liiga at just 17 years old.
Khusnutdinov has been a fast-rising skater among evaluators this season.
Sweden’s diminutive forward has electrifying skill.
The son of a former Predator made a definitive mark on the OHL this season.
Cormier has the tools to stand out from the QMJHL pack.
My first installment in ranking prospects for the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.
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