This power forward from the Calgary Hitmen boasts the speed, size and strength to become an impact player on the NHL stage.
The "Russian Factor" has raised concerns over top Russian prospects and their commitment to play in the NHL, but Ivan Barbashev's skill set may be to attractive to pass up at the 2014 NHL Draft.
A Canadian winger with size, speed, strength and scoring ability? What's not to like?
Lots of skill, but not much size or defensive responsibility. Does William Nylander make sense as a pick by the Nashville Predators?
A big, offensively gifted winger, Perlini is projected as a mid-first round draft pick and may make an ideal fit for a Nashville Predators team which could use help in that area.
With the amount of young talent already manning the Nashville Predators blueline, they surely wouldn't draft another defenseman in the 1st round this summer, right? Right?
A highly skilled player with a well-rounded tool set, Kapanen also demonstrates the on-ice competitiveness which may prove the key to NHL success.
Leon Draisaitl is an exciting prospect who should go highly in the 2014 NHL Draft.
Known as a powerful skater and aggressive presence on the ice, Michael Dal Colle projects as a well-rounded NHL forward.
What are the odds that the Nashville Predators would take a defenseman with their 1st round pick this summer?
This skilled forward from the Kingston Frontenacs talks about trying to emulate the playing style of his team's general manager, former NHL star Doug Gilmour. Might that make him an ideal Nashville Predator?
Bryant's series on the leading prospects for the 2014 begins with center Sam Reinhart, whose father Paul enjoyed an 11-year NHL career, and whose brothers Max & Griffin are on their way as well.
Could the Nashville Predators find the elite offensive talent they've missed for so long at the 2014 NHL Draft?