Nation Network Prospect Rankings: #30-16

Rhys Jessop
June 22 2015 03:25PM

Our top-45 prospect countdown is now 2/3rds complete, so let's take a look back at the players we've ranked in the latter half of the first round.

Continue past the jump to see the players we've ranked between 16th and 30th overall.

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By The Numbers: Player Season Profile Series

Garret Hohl
June 22 2015 01:32PM

View image | gettyimages.comThe season has been laid to rest and now so has been our series on the Jets player seasons.

Fans have completed their lamenting of the Anaheim Ducks sweeping the Winnipeg Jets. The healing process has begun. With the autopsy of the Jets season now complete, so the fans can reach full closure.

Here is all the player profiles from our summer profile series.

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The Big List of NHL Draft Resources

Kent Wilson
June 22 2015 12:00PM


There is a lot of information and analysis to consider when it comes to the NHL entry draft. Hundreds of draft eligible kids, thousands of stats lines, dozens of draft coverage publications/blogs and innumerable opinions about who is going to pick whom.

If you're like me, you probably spend a lot of time clicking from tab-to-tab in your browser, or wasting your time searching for draft reports, mock drafts and consensus rankings. So to make things easier for myself (and for you), I've compiled all the lists, ranks and tools I use to follow the draft. 


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Report: Kevin Cheveldayoff, Burmistrov's camp to discuss possible NHL return this week

Thomas Drance
June 22 2015 11:12AM

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Winnipeg Jets general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff is expected to meet with Mike Liut, the agent for defected former Jets centre Alex Burmistrov, to discuss the possibility of the Russian-born centre making a return to the NHL, according to TSN's Darren Dreger.

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Nation Network Prospect Profiles #16: Timo Meier

Thomas Drance
June 22 2015 11:00AM

Swiss-born Halifax Mooseheads power forward Timo Meier had a nondescript age-16 season, and wasn't generating much of any buzz as a prospect nine months ago. What a change a 90 point season can make.

The thick winger exploded onto the scene this season, scoring 44 goals and adding 90 points in 61 games. He continued to pummel opponents in the postseason, adding 21 points in 14 games on the Mooseheads run in the QMJHL playoffs. Meier's production and his heavy physical game have captured the attention of the hockey world, and it's a near certainty that he'll become the third Swiss-born forward to be drafted in the top-half of the first round since 2010 (joining Nino Niederreiter and Kevin Fiala).

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