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NHL Entry Draft 2019

Post-Draft Prospect Profiles: Ethan Keppen No. 122 to the Vancouver Canucks

Ethan Keppen‘s success in the midst of another dismal Flint Firebirds season represented one of the club’s few bright spots. The power winger, a 2001-birth date, notched a career-high 59 points, including a team-high four game-winning goals in 68 games for Flint. Only Ty Dellandrea, a Dallas Stars first-round pick in 2018, outproduced Keppen on that same roster.

On the strength of that season, Keppen put himself on the map heading into the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, where the host Vancouver Canucks selected Keppen 122nd overall in the fourth round — he ranked No. 84 on the final EP Rinkside board.

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NHL Entry Draft 2019 Vancouver Canucks Utica Comets Canada U18 Flint Firebirds Dallas Stars NHL OHL WJC-18 Ethan Keppen Eric Uba Hunter Holmes Ty Dellandrea Jacob Durham
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