NHL Entry Draft 2021

Film Room: Owen Tower of Power

We've been fortunate the last few years. In the majority of the previous 10 drafts, there has either been a clear first overall pick or there were two clear, viable candidates for the spot. You might even call them two first-overall talents. 

2020 is not one of those years. It has had more frontrunners for the pole position than Mike Sillinger had trade-deadline moves. However, as the season has worn on one player has found himself on the tips of scout's lips when discussing the front end of the board. 

That player is Owen Power

Power has been an interesting storyline this season. Suiting up as one of the rare draft-eligible players to spend their season in the NCAA, he was afforded more ice time than most in that spot. 

With Michigan, he was immediately handed the keys to the kingdom. Accor

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