How Many 2013 Draft Picks Will Play In The NHL Next Season?

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The 2013 NHL draft was judged to be both deep and top-end in terms of talent, perhaps moreso than any draft in recent memory (including the 2004 draft).  For these reasons, and because of cap issues,  there could be a record number of 18 year olds in the NHL in the 2013-14 season.n

 

Lets take a look at the top 10 picks to determine which of them might play in the league full time next season, and then pick a couple more darkhorses who could make the cut:

 

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Topics: Aleksander Barkov, Nathan MacKinnon, NHL Entry Draft, Rookies, Sean Monahan, Seth Jones, Valeri Nichushkin

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  • bluejays79

    Drouin: “He is talented enough to play in the NHL, but the maturity factor could keep him in Moncton for another season of development.” I think you mean HALIFAX!! I wish we would’ve had him in Moncton!

    • Jared Crozier

      Dammit. I always get those two mixed up. I had Moncton first, and changed it..thanks for the catch.

      • bluejays79

        No worries just thought I’d point it out lol, I live in Moncton, and there is nothing more I would’ve love than having Jonathan Drouin play for the Wildcats haha

        • bluejays79

          At least we got to see Dmitrij Jaskin (St Louis Blues prospect) and Ivan Barbashev (possible top 10 talent in 2014 NHL draft) play together, unfortunately both disappeared during playoffs lol

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