NHL Prospects

Scout's Notebook: Jackson Blake's magic, Joe Miller's playmaking, and two intriguing defencemen

Few programs combine winning and development like the Chicago Steel. With non-stop movement, give-and-gos and an emphasis on individual skill, the Steel provides an environment for players to improve, experiment and, of course, win. They’ve won a staggering 106 games in 142 tries since the start of the 2019 season.

The Steel are must-watch hockey. Every player on the roster brings something fun, interesting and unique.

So, here are four that have consistently commanded attention this year.

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