Merrimack recruits Michael Kesselring and Declan Carlile are both on the final rankings list from NHL Central Scouting, which has ranked players for the upcoming 2018 NHL Entry Draft in June.
Kesselring was ranked No. 75 among North American skaters after finishing his senior season with New Hampton Prep in New Hampshire. The Battalion goaltender was not on the midterm ranking.
Adam Thilander, who was listed at 217 on the midterm rankings, was not on the final list.
Fellow Knight Liam Foudy is 19th on the rankings list, Alec Regula is 72nd, Billy Moskal is 99th and Nathan Dunkley, who had 21 goals and 57 points in 60 games split between Kingston and London, is 109th. The improved position comes after a two-goal performance in the Canadian Hockey League's Top Prospect game as an injury replacement.
The Parry Sound native stands five-foot-seven, but has been credited by coaches and scouts for playing in the "hard areas" of the ice.
Durzi now has 11 points in 10 playoff games with the Attack, good enough for second among defenders in the OHL.
Andrei Svechnikov of the OHL's Barrie Colts is now ranked first overall in the rankings, followed by Boston University's Brady Tkachuk and Filip Zadina of the QMJHL's Halifax Mooseheads. Central Scouting releases separate lists for North American and European skaters, as well as North American and European goaltenders.
Nintendo Switch Getting Classic Sega Games This Summer
So far we know that Sonic the Hedgehog , Phantasy Star and Thunder Force IV are coming to the Nintendo Switch eShop. Now, we find out that they're also releasing a bunch of classic Sega titles on the Nintendo Switch.