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Top prospects to attend ISS Bantam Combine in Oshawa April 11th

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Ottawa Senators’ Minor Bantam RW Graeme Clarke will be in attendance at the ISS Scouting Combine on April 11th in Oshawa, ON

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ISS Hockey Scouting Combine

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The QMJHL: Chabot, Zboril make ISS Hockey Top 30 for March

Saint John Sea Dogs defencemen Thomas Chabot and Jakub Zboril are ranked among the Top 30 prospects identified for the 2015 NHL Draft in a new list released this week. ISS Hockey, also known as International Scouting Services, placed Chabot 18th and Zboril 19th in its rankings for the month of March.

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Hockey’s Future: 2015 NHL Draft-Marner breaks into a top 5 that otherwise remains unchanged in the March ISS Hockey rankings

While the top four players in the ISS Hockey March rankings for the 2015 NHL Draft remain unchanged, one player managed to move up a few slots to land among the top five prospects. London Knights forward Mitchell Marner, the OHL’s leading scorer, has moved up three places to fifth in this month’s rankings.

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ISS Hockey March Release: Rising and Falling

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ISS Hockey released ISS Top 30 for March, rankings of top prospects for the 2015 NHL Draft on Wednesday, March 4th, 2015. The following is a showcase of rising and falling prospects within March’s release:     RISING: Jacob Larsson (Frolunda, SweJE) – Jumps into the play and can quarterback the powerplay veryRead the Rest…

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HockeyBuzz: ISS Hockey Releases March Top Prospects List

It’s the first Wednesday of the month, which signifies that ISS Hockey has released its monthly rankings of the top prospects eligible for the 2015 NHL Draft. This month’s rankings include the top 200 skaters, along with the top 15 goaltenders, as evaluated and ranked by ISS Hockey’s worldwide network of scouts.

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ISS Top 30 Released for March

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March release of ISS Top 30 shows Mitchell Marner rising into Top 5 to join Hanifin, Crouse, Eichel and McDavid.

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HockeyNow: WHL in the Mix as ISS Releases February Rankings

Mathew Barzal has been the talk of the WHL for much of the season, but if International Scouting Services’ February draft rankings are any indication, he’s no longer the runaway winner. Ivan Provorov of the Brandon Wheat Kings jumped Barzal to become the top WHL prospect listed. The Seattle Thunderbirds forward was one of six WHL players listed in the top 30 by ISS in February and, for the casual fan, there might be a few new names on the scene.

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ISS Hockey February Release: RISING and FALLING

RiseFall

RISING & FALLING of February’s Release of ISS Hockey’s Rankings for the 2015 NHL Draft

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ISS Top 30 Released for February

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Top five ranked players stay the same in the ISS Top 30 February Release. Timo Meier is biggest gainer, rising into ISS Top 30 at #13.

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BayToday: Brett McKenzie’s sophomore season scouting status

International Scouting Services projects McKenzie to be drafted in or around the fourth round of this summer’s NHL Entry Draft. Read more about what Director of Scouting, Dennis MacInnis had to say about North Bay Battalion forward Brett McKenzie. http://www.baytoday.ca/content/sports/details.asp?c=72476

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TSN/Canadian Press: McDavid’s play at world juniors further separates him from rest of draft crop

Connor McDavid’s international coming-out party happened in April 2013 at the under-18 world championships. As a 16-year-old, McDavid set Canadian records for goals and points and won a gold medal.

Fast forward to the world juniors, and as a 17-year-old, McDavid was arguably Canada’s best player on a team with a handful of talented 19-year-olds. By improving as the tournament progressed, McDavid not only helped Canada win gold but widened the gap between himself and Jack Eichel and the rest of the 2015 draft crop.

“He’s always been our No. 1 and he just kept getting better and better each game,” said Dennis MacInnis, scouting director for ISS Hockey. “He just elevated his game as the tournament went along. I think he clearly separated himself.”

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The Q News: Four QMJHL players ranked on ISS Top 30 Rankings for January

The International Scouting Services (ISS) released its Top 30 Rankings for January for the upcoming 2015 National Hockey League Entry Draft on Wednesday. Among the players ranked, four were from the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.

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Hockey’s Future: 2015 NHL Draft: WJC performances bring some change to the ISS Top 30

The 2015 World Junior Championship has come and gone, and with its completion comes a bit of change in the upper reaches of ISS Hockey‘s ranking of the top 30 prospects for the 2015 NHL Draft.

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ISS Top 30 Released for January

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Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel maintain full control of rankings #1 and #2 in our January release of the ISS Top 30. Lawson Crouse breaks into Top 5 by rising six positions to #3.

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HockeyNow: ISS Hockey TOP 30 Ranked Prospects-December 2014

Nick Merkley of the Kelowna Rockets “rocketed” up the list and into the top 30, landing at 22nd overall for the 2015 NHL Draft.

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Hockey’s Future: McDavid, Eichel and Hanifin retain hold on top 3 in ISS Hockey’s December rankings

Despite missing the past three weeks with a hand injury, Erie Otters center Connor McDavid remains the top prospect for the 2015 NHL Draft in the December rankings released by ISS Hockey.

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TSN: ISS Hockey Top 30 Draft Rankings – December

ISS Hockey Top 30 Draft Rankings for December.

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Penalty Box Radio: ISS Releases Top 30 Draft Prospects For December

ISS Hockey has released the top 30 prospects for the month of December. Stay tuned for prospect profiles on Dylan Strome of the Erie Otters, Mitch Marner of the London Knights and Nick Merkley of the Kelowna Rockets. You can also read our recent profile on elite prospect Connor McDavid.

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ISS Top 30 Released for December

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Five prospects crack the ISS Top 30 for December, showing there is much more hockey to prove oneself before the draft. McDavid, Eichel and Hanifin keep the top 3 spots, remaining in elite status.

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