With the exception of those still playing in the AHL's Calder Cup Playoffs and CHL's Memorial Cup, the season is over for most NHL prospects. It's time to dole out some recognition to the prospects who had exceptional campaigns among their peers. This isn't necessarily to name the best prospect in the game or who has the best professional projection, but rather recognize the merits of this past season with an eye to what it means for the future.
NHL Prospect of the Year: Why Cale Makar is a franchise defensemanWritten by I Dig Sports
Published in HockeyMonday, 20 May 2019 09:13
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