2024 NHL Draft

Film Room: Michael Hage's dynamic rush game make him an exciting first-round prospect

Just a couple of years ago, Michael Hage looked like a soon-to-be top-10 pick. 

The dynamic centre powered a stacked Toronto Jr. Canadiens program before heading to the Chicago Steel. 

After an injury wiped out most of his 16-year-old season, it took Hage some time to get fully acclimated to the USHL. Once he did, he became arguably the league's best centre, scoring 61 points in 38 games down the stretch, including 31 in 16.

While Hage might not be the top-10 pick he was once thought of as, he could still end up as a top-10 player in this draft when it's all said and done.  

Here's why.

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