Review: A Prospect Prospectus

As many OFB readers know, the 2010 NHL Entry Draft is almost upon us.  Since the Caps have made some good draft picks in the recent past, more fans are taking an interest in the prospects.  We were recently contacted by Future Considerations to review their draft guide.  They tout that the guide has “over 100 in-depth prospect profiles and scouting reports on 2010 NHL Draft eligibles, a two round mock draft, the ever popular yearbook, and articles on the top prospects from the CHL, NCAA and Europe,” and they weren’t kidding.  There’s tons of information; they review not only the 2010 prospects, but also the top 25 prospects for the 2011 draft in Minnesota and 10 prospects for the 2012 draft.  The “draft guru” provided a mock draft and predicted that the Caps will take RW Stanislav Galiev with their pick in the first round.

Aaron Vickers, the managing editor of the guide, recently talked about the draft on XM NHL Home Ice and maintains a blog about the prospects.  Future Considerations is also putting together several other publications, including a 2010/11 NHL Rookie Guide (whose cover features the Caps’ own John Carlson), available in September.

While the blog has a lot of great information, if you’re the type who wants to know more about the prospects, this is for you.  To order a copy of the draft guide, go to the Future Considerations website.

OFB was provided with a digital copy of Future Considerations’ 2010 NHL Entry Draft Guide.
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