NHL Entry Draft – Ranking the Centers

By Bob Trask – While teams don’t admit to drafting by position, the organizational needs will undoubtedly have an influence on their choices. If a team determines two player are ranked as equal when it comes to their potential as an NHL player, then team needs might be a factor in the final choice.

Today we have included a list of the top thirty centers available, with the caveat that we may have overlooked one or two and we may have also unintentionally listed a winger as a center in this table.

Shane Wrightc6’1187r
Logan Cooleyc5’10174l
Matthew Savoiec5’9180r
Connor Geekiec6’4205l
Marco Kasperc6’0183l
Rutger McGroartyc6’0205l
Nathan Gaucherc6’3207r
Noah Ostlundc5’11162l
Jiri Kulichc6’0172l
Luca del bel Belluzc6’0180l
Owen Beckc6’0190r
Jack Hughesc6’0165l
Filip Bystedtc6’4187l
David Goyettec5’11174l
Matthias (Matthew) Poitrasc5’11172r
Danny Zhilkinc6’2183l
Rieger Lorenzc6’2185l
Bryce McConnell-Barkerc6’1187l
Paul Ludwinskic5’11172l
Hunter Haightc5’10172r
Ludwig Perssonc6’0180l
Ryan Greenec6’1174r
Alex Kaskimakic6’0180l
Fraser Mintenc6’1185l
Topi Ronnic6’2187l
Ali Brennanc6’1194l
Pano Fimisc5’11176r
Servac Petrovskyc6’0174l
Liam Armsbyc5’11183r
Jacob Karabelac5’11175l

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