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Round Totals:

1st Round: 37/155 points

2nd Round: 14/155 points

3rd Round: 7/155 points

4th Round: 4/155 points

Total Points?:

66 points out of 1085 overall

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T182 out of 533 mocks (67% Overall)

Dread9119's 2019 NHL Mock Draft Picks - Last updated: 06-21-2019

Rnd. ▴ Pick   Team Player Pos. School
1 1New Jersey New JerseyJack Hughes C Michigan
Dread9119's comments: Insane vision. Sees entire ice while moving at high speeds. Superior almost alien ability to get the puck to teammates. Accurate wrist shot, decent slapper but will get better as he gets stronger. Best skater in the draft tremendous edge work as well as great acceleration and top speed. Committed to both ends of the ice.
1 2NY Rangers NY RangersKaapo Kakko RW TPS Turku
Dread9119's comments: I'm still trying to find flaws in his game but so far he's been beyond impressive. What's more he's doing it against men. He's had a hell of a year and if it wasn't for Hughes he'd be the clear number one but...
1 3Chicago ChicagoAlex Turcotte C US-Under-18
Dread9119's comments: Chicago takes the Island Lake Illinois prospect. World class north south speed and quickness, Relentless motor, plays a complete game and "thinks" the game well. Has been compared, stylistically, to Dylan Larkin. But Larkin averaged .93 ppg for the US development team in his draft year while Turcotte averaged 1.67 ppg.
1 4Colorado ColoradoKirby Dach C Saskatoon
Dread9119's comments: Colorado has some good young defensemen in Makar and Timmons so I think the organizational mandate is probably a forward. Dach tore up the WHL until early December, then he fell off a cliff for a while before finishing strong. He's big(6'4") but skates well. He's also very strong which he uses to protect the puck until he can find the open man. Which he does. A lot. His vision is elite level and he threads seams with ease often using small dekes to find a lane to make a play. He has a good heavy wrist shot (he needs to use it more). Biggest concerns for me are the pace of his play and the fact that,at times, he can disappear.
1 5Los Angeles Los AngelesBowen Byram D Vancouver
Dread9119's comments: Los Angeles has drafted some decent forwards(Vilardi, Thomas, Kupari and Jaret Anderson-Dolan) over the last few drafts so I don't think they'll let the opportunity pass to draft a defenceman like Byram who would probably look pretty good next to Doughty in a year or two. The first thing I noticed besides that nasty wrist shot of his was that he's such a powerful skater in all directions which he uses to his advantage at both ends of the ice.
1 6Detroit DetroitTrevor Zegras C US-Under-17
Dread9119's comments: I'm not gonna say he's as good as Jack Hughes but the skill level and the "toolkit" are extremely similiar(except Hughes is a better skater). Zegras has superior vision and he always seems to be able to predict where everybody on the ice will be two or three seconds ahead of time. His passing skill and supreme confidence allow him to thread almost impossible seams in the defense often while looking the opposite way. He has a strong shot and can score goals in NHL locations(i.e. top shelf). He is a bit of a feisty player which got him into trouble a little bit but he'll probably lose some of that as he matures.
1 7Buffalo BuffaloDylan Cozens C Lethbridge
Dread9119's comments: Cozens kind of reminds me of style-wise of Nathan MacKinnon. He's not quite as fast as Nathan but he uses his speed and power to go heavy to the net the same way. He has great acceleration, excellent edge work (especially for someone whose 6'2") and is really hard to stop in open ice. He has a good hard wrist shot and he can pick the top corners. Cozens is much more of an attacking, scoring center than he is a play-maker. he does pass well but he needs to see the ice better and have the patience to let his options develop. He also needs to add some weight and continue to get stronger.
1 8Edmonton EdmontonVasily Podkolzin RW Vityaz Podolsk HC
Dread9119's comments: This is a guess obviously but Holland and Draper were in love with Podkolzin late last year in interviews about the draft. Exciting power forward who plays a heavy game much like Tarasenko. He's a bit of an enigma with his scoring inconsistency at club levels and some see his skating as an issue(I think its average). Has 2 years left on KHL contract but prospects at #8 take that long anyway.
1 9Anaheim AnaheimCole Caufield RW US-Under-17
Dread9119's comments: The best pure goal scorer in the draft. The comparisons to Alex DeBrincat are obvious and warranted. However he's a much better skater at this age than DeBrincat was in his draft year. Besides his size the one caveat I see is he's often cherry picking near the blueline while his linemates did the heavy lifting in the d-zone.
1 10Vancouver VancouverPhilip Broberg D AIK
Dread9119's comments: Broberg is an absolute demon on his skates. Maybe the second best skater in this draft behind Hughes. He has tremendous edge work, quick powerful acceleration and he skates almost as well backward as he does forward. Throughout the season there have been questions about his offense but there is just so much skill there its impossible to ignore. The only reason Vancouver might take another defenseman (Soderstrom?)is because they have Hughes and Joulevi coming up soon on the left side.
1 11Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMatthew Boldy RW Southfield School
Dread9119's comments: This draft is so loaded that the flyers get a steal here. Boldy took a little while to get up to speed but this year he was dominant. He is a power forward first and foremost but he has a great set of hands with which he can make defenders look silly with an assortment of dangles, dekes and toe-drags. Honestly his highlight reels rival those of Zegras and Hughes. He has a hard, accurate shot and I believe a lot of scouts and pundits are missing the elite vision and passing ability.
1 12Minnesota MinnesotaAlexander Newhook C St. Andrew Saints
Dread9119's comments: Tremendous skater, great edge work and is extremely hard to knock off the puck. Excellent motor on the forecheck, always skating and attacking. Effective penalty killer and plays a 200 foot game. Elite vision and passing ability.Has 1st line center potential.
1 13Florida FloridaCam York D Shattuck-St. Marys School
1 14Arizona ArizonaPeyton Krebs C Winnipeg Ice
1 15Montreal MontrealRaphaël Lavoie C Halifax
1 16Colorado ColoradoMoritz Seider D Mannheim
1 17Las Vegas Las VegasArthur Kaliyev RW Hamilton
1 18Dallas DallasVictor Söderström D Brynäs IF
1 19Ottawa OttawaPhilip Tomasino RW Niagara
1 20Winnipeg WinnipegThomas Harley D Mississauga
1 21Pittsburgh PittsburghRyan Suzuki C London
1 22Los Angeles Los AngelesYegor Afanasyev RW Muskegon
1 23NY Islanders NY IslandersSpencer Knight G US-Under-17
1 24Nashville NashvilleNils Höglander RW AIK
1 25Washington WashingtonVladislav Kolyachonok D Flint
1 26Calgary CalgaryBrayden Tracey LW Moose Jaw
1 27Tampa Bay Tampa BayVille Heinola D Lukko Rauma
1 28Carolina CarolinaBobby Brink LW Minnetonka High School
1 29Anaheim AnaheimMatthew Robertson D Edmonton Oil Kings
1 30Boston BostonPatrik Puistola LW Ilves Tampere
1 31Buffalo BuffaloJakob Pelletier C Moncton
2 32Ottawa OttawaLassi Thomson D Kelowna
2 33Los Angeles Los AngelesBrett Leason RW Prince Albert
2 34New Jersey New JerseyKaedan Korczak D Kelowna
2 35Detroit DetroitTobias Björnfot D Djurgården
2 36Carolina CarolinaJamieson Rees LW Sarnia
2 37Carolina CarolinaMads Søgaard G Medicine Hat
2 38Edmonton EdmontonMikko Kokkonen D Jukurit HC Oy
2 39Anaheim AnaheimRyan Johnson D Sioux Falls
2 40Vancouver VancouverMaxim Cajkovic LW Malmo
2 41San Jose San JoseJackson LaCombe D Shattuck-St. Marys School
2 42Minnesota MinnesotaSamuel Poulin RW Sherbrooke
2 43Chicago ChicagoJohn Beecher C Salisbury School
2 44Ottawa OttawaSimon Holmström RW HV71
2 45Arizona ArizonaConnor McMichael C London
2 46Montreal MontrealSamuel Bolduc D Blainville-Boisbriand
2 47Colorado ColoradoNolan Foote LW Kelowna
2 48Las Vegas Las VegasNick Robertson LW Peterborough
2 49NY Rangers NY RangersArtemi Kniazev D Chicoutimi
2 50Montreal MontrealNathan Légaré C Baie-Comeau
2 51Winnipeg WinnipegAlex Vlasic D USNTDP
2 52Florida FloridaIsaiah Saville G Tri-City Storm
2 53Toronto TorontoAntti Tuomisto D Ässät, Jr. A
2 54Detroit DetroitHenry Thrun D US-Under-18
2 55New Jersey New JerseyMattias Norlinder D MoDo
2 56Washington WashingtonPavel Dorofeyev RW Stalnye Lisy
2 57NY Islanders NY IslandersHarrison Blaisdell C Chilliwack
2 58NY Rangers NY RangersOleg Zaitsev C Red Deer
2 59Carolina CarolinaAlbin Grewe RW Djurgården
2 60Detroit DetroitJordan Spence D Moncton
2 61New Jersey New JerseyAlex Beaucage RW Rouyn-Noranda
2 62St. Louis St. LouisAdam Beckman C Spokane
3 63Colorado ColoradoIlya Nikolaev C Loko Yaroslavl
3 64Los Angeles Los AngelesRobert Mastrosimone LW Chicago
3 65Philadelphia PhiladelphiaDaniil Misyul D Yaroslavl
3 66Detroit DetroitYegor Spiridonov C Stalnye Lisy
3 67Buffalo BuffaloDrew Helleson D US-Under-18
3 68NY Rangers NY RangersShane Pinto RW Tri-City Storm
3 69Florida FloridaVladislav Firstov LW Waterloo
3 70New Jersey New JerseySamuel Fagemo LW Frölunda HC
3 71Vancouver VancouverColten Ellis G Rimouski
3 72Philadelphia PhiladelphiaMichal Teplý LW Liberec White Tigers
3 73Minnesota MinnesotaEthan Keppen LW Flint
3 74Arizona ArizonaLayton Ahac D Prince George
3 75Nashville NashvilleZachary Jones D Tri-City Storm
3 76Arizona ArizonaDaniil Gutik LW Yaroslavl
3 77Montreal MontrealIlya Mironov D Yaroslavl
3 78Colorado ColoradoRhett Pitlick LW Chaska High School
3 79Las Vegas Las VegasAnttoni Honka D JYP Jyvaskyla
3 80New Jersey New JerseyJake Lee D Seattle
3 81Columbus ColumbusMartin Hugo Has D Tappara Tampere
3 82Las Vegas Las VegasHunter Jones G Peterborough
3 83Ottawa OttawaPyotr Kochetkov G Ryazan HC
3 84Toronto TorontoJohn Farinacci C Southfield School
3 85Edmonton EdmontonHenri Nikkanen C Jukurit HC Oy
3 86Las Vegas Las VegasAntti Saarela C Lukko Rauma
3 87Los Angeles Los AngelesYegor Serdyuk LW Victoriaville
3 88Calgary CalgaryBlake Murray LW Sudbury
3 89Tampa Bay Tampa BayMatej Blümel LW Waterloo
3 90Carolina CarolinaNikola Pasic RW Linköpings HC
3 91San Jose San JoseJosh Williams RW Edmonton Oil Kings
3 92Boston BostonMarshall Warren D USNTDP
3 93St. Louis St. LouisMarcus Kallionkieli RW Sioux City
4 94Ottawa OttawaNikita Okhotuk D Ottawa 67's
4 95Los Angeles Los AngelesRadek Muzik RW Luleå HF
4 96New Jersey New JerseyZachary Okabe RW Grande Prairie
4 97Detroit DetroitLukas Parik G Liberec White Tigers
4 98Pittsburgh PittsburghAaron Huglen RW Roseau Jr. Sr. High School
4 99Minnesota MinnesotaTaylor Gauthier G Prince George
4 100Edmonton EdmontonCase McCarthy D USNTDP
4 101Anaheim AnaheimDillon Hamaliuk LW Seattle
4 102Vancouver VancouverDustin Wolf G Everett
4 103Philadelphia PhiladelphiaCade Webber D Rivers Country School
4 104Florida FloridaHenry Rybinski LW Seattle
4 105Chicago ChicagoAlexei Protas C Prince Albert
4 106Florida FloridaMatvey Guskov C London
4 107Arizona ArizonaRyder Donovan C East High School
4 108Montreal MontrealJustin Bergeron D Rouyn-Noranda
4 109Nashville NashvilleJohn Jack Malone RW Youngstown
4 110Las Vegas Las VegasRonnie Attard D Tri-City Storm
4 111Dallas DallasLuke Toporowski RW US-Under-17
4 112NY Rangers NY RangersPatrick Moynihan C Providence
4 113Winnipeg WinnipegCameron Rowe G US-Under-17
4 114Florida FloridaCole Mackay RW Sault Ste. Marie
4 115Toronto TorontoMichael Gildon LW US-Under-18
4 116Calgary CalgaryValentin Nussbaumer LW Shawinigan
4 117Nashville NashvilleTrevor Janicke RW US-Under-18
4 118Washington WashingtonArseni Gritsyuk LW Omskie
4 119Los Angeles Los AngelesJosh Nodler C US-Under-18
4 120Tampa Bay Tampa BayLeevi Aaltonen LW KalPa Kuopio
4 121Carolina CarolinaReece Newkirk C Portland
4 122Buffalo BuffaloLiam Ross D Sudbury
4 123Chicago ChicagoMatthew Struthers C North Bay Battalion
4 124Toronto TorontoHugo Alnefelt G HV71