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He loves having the puck on his stick and can create space for himself with it, sometimes making opponents look foolish as he escapes their pressure."There aren't many defensemen in this draft who are more high-risk, high-reward than the 5-9, 147-pound rearguard who scored at over a point-per-game pace in junior with Jokerit this season. If he can maximize his skills and playing style while also cutting down on his mistakes he could become a niche NHLer one day."NHL DRAFT 2021: Final ranking of top 32 | FCHockey ranks top 300FCHockey rank: 115Teleguine, who tiptoed towards a point-per-game pace this season, might be the draft's forward version of Suomi.He's got as dynamic a skillset as any player ranked outside the top 100 for the 2021 draft, and is one of Western Canada's most dangerous and fun players to watch in this class. "Mast’s size, skating and offensive instincts are all traits scouts look for in NHL draft picks, particularly given the scarcity of his position as a right-shot defender."MORE: Run your own custom mock draft at FCHockeyFCHockey rank: 273Ertel is a deep cut in this year's draft, having played in the Maritime Junior A Hockey League before he heads off to Cornell next season. But he's not going under-scouted, and it's an unrefined power game that could have teams wondering how he slid so far on draft day.At 6-2 and 190 pounds, Ertel has that coveted size and build, and he's shown he can produce with his off-the-rush ability to drive to the net after pushing wide on defenders and firing off a convincing shot."Absolute upside for Ertel is his ability to take pucks to the net," Richardson said. With 28 points (nine goals, 19 assists) last season with Summerside, production isn't exactly frowned upon these days, either.But there's also a reason Ertel ranks more among the sleeper class than the sure-fire segment of the draft.”For Ertel, he will have to get a little stronger to play that net drive game but the big issue is that his speed through the neutral zone will have to improve to maintain the ability to create offense off the rush," Richardson noted.

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