NHL Mock Draft: Beichler’s Final 3 Round Mock

Jun 26, 2015; Sunrise, FL, USA; Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Mark Hunter announces Mitchell Marner (not pictured) as the number four overall pick to the Toronto Maple Leafs as commissioner Gary Bettman looks on in the first round of the 2015 NHL Draft at BB&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
Jun 26, 2015; Sunrise, FL, USA; Toronto Maple Leafs general manager Mark Hunter announces Mitchell Marner (not pictured) as the number four overall pick to the Toronto Maple Leafs as commissioner Gary Bettman looks on in the first round of the 2015 NHL Draft at BB&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports /
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 62. Toronto Maple Leafs

63. Edmonton Oilers

148. . D. USA NTDP (USHL). Adam Fox . 63. player

64. Vancouver Canucks (from Vancouver via NY Islanders, Buffalo and Pittsburgh)

Green Bay (USHL). Andrew Peeke . 64. player. 104. The Vancouver Canucks use their second pick of the draft on a big shutdown defenseman. Andrew Peeke was able to produce offense in the USHL, but scouts doubt that he can translate that to the NHL level. Peeke is not exactly a “sexy pick”, but he is a talented blue liner and the best you can get at No. 64. <p><strong>Draft Profile:</strong><strong> <a href=. D

65. Columbus Blue Jackets

66. Calgary Flames

Filip Hronek . 66. player. 112. . D. Mountfield (Extraliga)

67. Carolina Hurricanes (from Winnipeg)

Tyler Parsons . 67. player. 109. . G. London (OHL)

68. Arizona Coyotes

68. player. 121. . RW. USA NTDP (USHL). Joey Anderson

69. Buffalo Sabres

Artur Kayumov . 69. player. 12. . RW. Russia U18 (MHL)

70. Montreal Canadiens

70. player. 152. . D. Brynas (SHL). Lucas Carlsson

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