May 06 2016 08:00AM
As we start to approach the middle of the second round for rankings, things start to get interesting. The grouping of 51st to 47th has four defenceman and a winger who could conceivably go much earlier in June.
We will reference the Prospect Graduation Probabilities System (pGPS) throughout this piece, a more indepth explanation can be found here. But simply put, the system is used to see how often statistically similar players graduate into the NHL. It isn't used as the only point of reference or analysis, but is a complimenting tool to give us another angle to analyze these draft hopefuls.
May 06 2016 07:00AM
Last month we asked you, the fine citizens of The Nation, to let us know who your favourite fighter(s) of all time was. Weeks later, after running the numbers through a massive bank of supercomputers, we've tabulated the results. AND NOW WE VOTE!
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May 06 2016 05:00AM
Leafs and Jets win draft lottery, breaking down Mathews vs. Laine, Stamkos to Leafs more plausible now, who replaces Bob Hartley in Calgary, Benning and Canucks look for a forward at 5, picking 4th does not do the Oilers any good, all kinds of draft news, helping Fort McMurray and more in this week's Nation Roundup brought to you by DraftKings.
May 05 2016 12:00PM
Welcome to the bi-weekly summer edition of the Jets Nation Round Table. The team takes a break from watching every playoff game to discuss a few events surrounding the Jets and the rest of the NHL.
May 05 2016 08:00AM
Garret Hohl kicked off this year's Prospect Profile series, highlighting the 60th to 57th ranked prospects, which sets the stage perfectly for today's list, which include the 56th, 55th, 54th, 53rd and 52nd ranked prospects. There's a lot to like in this lot, from fallen former first rounders to late risers and everything in between.
Catch up on the other side of the jump, as we delve into their junior careers and what they might be able to offer at the professional level.