How Whichever Team Drafts Quinton Byfield can Unlock his Superstar Potential
It’s hard to remember an NHL Draft in recent memory that has conjured as much disagreement and consternation in the top 10 as this year’s class.
The one thing everyone seems to agree on is the wealth of skill and potential impact players available in that group.
Rimouski Océanic star winger Alexis Lafreniére has long been at the top of the crop, followed by Sudbury Wolves centre Quinton Byfield, who I maintain is the second-best player in this class as of right now, with a decent chance of being its best player period.
Before we get into the weeds, let’s set some ground rules: The draft’s chief purpose is to provide NHL teams with the best assets available to them, whether those players ever take the ice for their draft-team or serving their needs as a trade piece. It’s not to draft a defe
Go Premium to access this article
Register your Premium-membership at eliteprospects.com to get access to this article and more quality, in-depth coverage at EP Rinkside