NHL Prospects

The CHL's most improved players and how they did it

Prospects are not final products. Along their journey to the NHL, their games undergo transformations. They adjust various aspects of their play, acquire new skills, and enhance their technical abilities.

At times, these enhancements are foreseeable; at others, they are not. And it is the latter that adds intrigue to the process of monitoring prospects.

Furthermore, it's this aspect that has continually captivated my interest in meticulously following over 600 CHL games each season.

Utilizing the data gathered from this comprehensive tracking, I have compiled a list of the CHL's most improved players from the previous season. This roster encompasses individuals from both the first-round selections and the late-round talents that you should be aware of. 

Here are the biggest improvers and most i

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