We have a ton of draft coverage on the web, but none of it is as comprehensive as this one.
We put together a list of the best prospects in the draft, and a few who are worth taking a look at at the end of the first round.
The players on that list are not on any of the teams final draft boards, and some of them are just going to be hard to figure out who to pick up in the second round.
We will give you the rundown on some of the more interesting prospects we’ve seen.
First up is the first-round pick, which could go either way, with the Chicago Blackhawks likely selecting Jake Bean or the Columbus Blue Jackets likely picking Sam Reinhart.
The Blue Jackets pick was already being considered a steal when the NHL announced they had selected Bean, who was originally slated to be a first-rounder.
That didn’t last long though, as the Columbus Dispatch’s Jeff Zillgitt reported on Twitter that the Blue Jackets had moved up in their mock draft to pick Reinhart, and now they are on their way to the draft.
This pick is going to have to be the big one for the Blue and Gold.
It could be the difference between going in as the No. 1 overall pick or the No, 2 pick.
The Blue Jackets could be heading to the top of the pack if Reinhart ends up going to the Blackhawks.
The Blues have been rumored to be interested in Reinhart and have been linked to Jake Bean, but they are still not clear on who they will pick in the top spot.
The Rangers could also go for Reinhart in the first or second round, and the New York Islanders have some interest in Reinhardt.
The Chicago Blackhawks are still one of the top teams in the league, but their prospects don’t look nearly as good as those of the Blackhawks, who have a lot of top talent and can use it in order to contend in the future.
The Blackhawks are also a team that has had a couple of players drafted by other teams in recent years.
The one that stood out to us most was Jakub Voracek, who the Blackhawks took in the sixth round in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.
The Hawks also had a player drafted by the New Jersey Devils in the 2014 NHL Entry.
This is where we could see some big things coming from Chicago.
The Blues have a few other potential picks on their hands, and they could use them to draft some really good prospects.
There are also other teams who could make a move to grab the No 1 overall selection, but there are a couple other teams that could also use a shot at Reinhart or Bean.
They could take a flier on the No 2 or 3 overall pick, or the Chicago Blue Jackets, who may need some help in the middle rounds.
The Boston Bruins have a couple picks in the early rounds and could be looking to make a play for the No 3 pick.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have a bit of an uphill climb, as they have to go up against some of their most talented young players in Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, and Matt Murray.
The Penguins could use some help with the No 4 or 5 overall pick.
If the Bruins can get it done, they could potentially move up into the top five.
This is going be a tough draft to predict.
It’s a bit more difficult to predict how good some of these players could be.
Reinhart could be a steal, but he’s not a sure thing at this point.
We can all agree that he’s got some potential, but if he’s too good to pass up, the Blackhawks might be able to find a deal that fits them.
The Caps might be looking at some of those players, but that is just speculation right now.
If there’s a team with the most intriguing prospect, the Chicago Bears, we’d love to see it.
They’ve got a ton to offer, and it’s not as if there’s any glaring holes at the top or bottom of the draft board.