The 2021 NHL Draft Report is here! (Free PDF Download)

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The 2021 NHL Draft Report & Team Guide is here! And it’s FREE!

The Draft Analyst’s 2021 NHL Draft Report is now complete!. Just click the link below for your free PDF download.  Inside you’ll find over 260 player profiles that take an in-depth look at every prospect’s skills, strengths and weaknesses. Also included are our final rankingsas well as the most detailed NHL team previews around! We even added each team’s prospect depth chart to give you an idea of the strengths and weaknesses of each farm system. Find out what each club is doing right, doing wrong or in some cases,  not doing a thing! Each team’s top prospects are listed by position, as well as immediate draft needs and the players they should target to address each one.

Want more? How about a two-round mock draft and our preliminary Top-32 ranking for the 2022 NHL Draft. There’s no better guide to have in your hands as NHL teams run through pick after pick. Don’t miss out on one of the most detailed draft primers on the market.


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[…] Steve Kournianos and his staff did include Bardakov as part of his free 2021 NHL Draft Report at The Draft Analyst. He was listed at 98th overall. I would recommend reading the whole thing, but I will give you the […]

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[…] and The Draft Analyst did like Vilén this season. He was ranked 54th in their free draft guide and projected him as a middle-pairing shutdown defender. Which tracks given his lack of production […]

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[…] Per Kournianos’ free draft guide ranked Salminen at 50 and the profile is consistent with Kerr and Appleyard. Salminen could stand to get more involved on defense; his balance is good but his movement is not that quick; and he is adept at shooting, passing, and attacking without the puck. The Draft Analyst guide’s projection is a “middle-six goal-scoring center,” which is fine for an early third round selection. […]

John D.
John D.
1 month ago

Very thorough a tremendous amount of work went into this,thanks.

Mark Allred
1 month ago

Another amazing job Steve!

Paul Canosa
Paul Canosa
1 month ago

Good stuff, thanks Steve

Kelvin Szatkowski
Kelvin Szatkowski
1 month ago

my only issue is that Kent Johnson is going to be “Top-pairing, franchise-caliber defenseman for all situations. He’s going to be a good one.” lol otherwise it’s looking good!

Jed Soroka
Jed Soroka
1 month ago

Gods be praised, Steve this is yeoman’s work!

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