Film Room: Nate Danielson brings both certainty and upside
With speed, skill, and defensive value, there’s little doubt that Nate Danielson will play in the NHL.
He was the Brandon Wheat Kings' offensive hub. Name an offensive category, and he led his team: points, goals, assists, shorthanded points, power play points, primary assists, and so on.
It’s no surprise that some public outlets rank him as a top-15 prospect; he’s even been linked to teams inside the top-12.
Yet, there’s a wide array of opinions on him, with some outlets, such as the one you’re reading, ranking him in the late first.
So, what gives? And will Danielson live up to his (seemingly) inevitable top-15 draft spot? Let’s find out.
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