NHL Prospect Report

Scout's Notebook: Dylan Guenther's versatility, Scott Morrow's creativity, and Stanislav Svozil's offence

This edition of scout’s notebook features yet another trio of World Junior-bound prospects.

First up, there’s Dylan Guenther, who was chosen ninth overall by the Arizona Coyotes in the 2021 NHL Draft. Guenther has flashed more play-driving ability while continuing to show that he makes his teammates better – a perfect fit for Team Canada. 

Team USA’s Scott Morrow might not be a slam dunk, but his start with UMass suggests he should be.

Over in the WHL, Stanislav Svozil has been making waves, but not quite in the way his draft season suggested he would. And now, he’s poised to build off last season’s breakout WJC.

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NHL Prospect Report World Juniors 2022 Arizona Coyotes Canada U20 Canada U20 Carolina Hurricanes Columbus Blue Jackets Czech Republic Edmonton Oil Kings Edmonton Oil Kings Regina Pats UMass USA U20 USA U20 NHL WHL NCAA WJC-20 Dylan Guenther Scott Morrow Stanislav Svozil
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