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World Juniors 2020

Scouting Report: Standout Affiliated Prospects at the World Junior Hockey Championship

That was fun. Nearly two weeks of hockey, 31 games, and a whole lot of blood, sweat, and tears later, Canada emerged with their second gold medal in three years after a 4-3 victory over the Russians to cap off the 2020 World Junior Hockey Championships.

I couldn’t make the pilgrimage to Ostrava, Czechia for the tournament, but I watched every game, collected notes, and clipped tape all the same. Now that I’ve had a chance to refine that information and go to the lab working on film, all that’s left is to share my observations on the NHL affiliated prospects who stood out for better or worse through the tournament.

Canada

Barrett Hayton, C, Arizona Coyotes (Arizona Coyotes, No. 5 Overall, 2018 NHL Draft)

Barrett Hayton‘s struggled to get much going at the NHL level, with only four points t

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Scouting Reports World Juniors 2020 Canada U20 Sweden U20 Finland U20 USA U20 Russia U20 Arizona Coyotes Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds Toronto Maple Leafs Toronto Marlies SKA St. Petersburg SKA-1946 St. Petersburg SKA-Neva St. Petersburg Vancouver Canucks Frölunda HC Los Angeles Kings Rögle BK Kärpät Colorado Avalanche Portland Winterhawks St. Louis Blues HV71 Tampa Bay Lightning Winnipeg Jets Manitoba Moose Univ. of North Dakota Hamilton Bulldogs Ottawa Senators Philadelphia Flyers Univ. of Denver Boston Univ. Anaheim Ducks Rimouski Océanic CSKA Moskva Montréal Canadiens WJC-20 Barrett Hayton Rasmus Sandin Vasili Podkolzin Samuel Fagemo Nils Höglander Justus Annunen Joel Hofer Hugo Alnefelt David Gustafsson Shane Pinto Arthur Kaliyev Bobby Brink Trevor Zegras Alexis Lafrenière Alexander Romanov
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