David Levin went No. 1 overall in the 2015 OHL Priority Draft, but three years earlier he had never even worn a full set of hockey equipment. That’s because Levin is not your typical elite player.
Samuel Girard is the highest-scoring blueliner in the QMJHL. But how high will the short draft-eligible go in June’s NHL Draft? Stephen Burtch suggests that size is mattering less and less these days.
The New York Islanders prospect is loaded with talent, but how will his swaggering style play in the team-first NHL?