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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21. Carolina Hurricanes (from Los Angeles)

21. player. 109. The Hurricanes want center depth, as they are missing a true No. 1 right now. They drafted <a href=. C/RW. Wisconsin (NCAA). Luke Kunin

22. Winnipeg Jets (from Chicago)

player. 30. The Jets have a young team and prospect pool many clubs are jealous of. It just got better after selecting Patrik Laine at No. 2, so it is time for a little wild card. Riley Tufte is a project winger, but if he works out, he can be an absolute force. <p><strong>Draft Profile:</strong><strong> <a href=. LW. Blaine (USHS). Riley Tufte . 22

23. Florida Panthers

Erie (OHL). Alex DeBrincat . 23. player. 87. Who is scared of short players anymore? The Florida Panthers select forward Alex DeBrincat who might have the best pure skill in this draft class. DeBrincat will be the first prospect to put on Florida’s redesigned jersey, it will be an exciting moment. <p><strong>Draft Profile:</strong><strong> <a href=. C/RW

24. Anaheim Ducks

C/RW. Victoriaville (QMJHL). Pascal Laberge . 24. player. 105. We are slowly treading into the “50 deserving second-rounders” area, as Pascal Laberge could end up anywhere from here to 40. Laberge is a low ceiling, high floor type of player, which is good enough for the Anaheim Ducks at 24. <p><strong>Draft Profile:</strong><strong> <a href=

25. Dallas Stars

RW. Gatineau (QMJHL). Vitali Abramov . 25. player. 119. The Dallas Stars have a different opinion on what a first-round pick should look like. They only have two picks this year, this one and No. 90, so they want someone special. “Special” is certainly the right word to describe 5-foot-9 winger Vitali Abramov.

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