This is the list of players selected in sex draft game 2001 NHL Entry draft. There were 289 prospects selected across 9 rounds.
Also included is each player’s career NHL totals. If a player has no totals listed, this means that he has not played in a regular season game in the NHL. You can click on the headings of the tables to sort the information. Percent of players to play in NHL: 43.
Bring on the season SN presents your one-stop shop for 2018 NFL predictions, rankings and breakdowns of new-look teams. Sitting out Steelers games this season will assure Le’Veon Bell of only one thing: less money. The Pittsburgh running back is better off reporting to the team and earning every dollar he can, while he can. Nick Foles will start for Philadelphia until Carson Wentz is cleared to return.
If Foles is playing well and the team is winning, the Eagles will have a tough decision to make. Former NFL GM Jeff Diamond knows from experience. 2018 Sporting News Media and its licensors. Winning NBA teams often bore us to tears on draft night. Then this draft was for you — completely uninspiring, more sleep than anger inducing. With the 20th pick in the 2018 draft, the Timberwolves selected Josh Okogie, a shooting guard from Georgia Tech who isn’t all that good at shooting.
Okogie, we are told, wins the intangible Olympics — he plays hard, plays defense, crashes the offensive boards and gets to the free-throw line. So a team that is losing Jamal Crawford off a barely-used bench and is desperate for shooting and bench scoring drafted a raw offensive player who might find his stroke right about the time Jimmy Butler is leaving town. That may sound cynical, but this pick could not have been less impressive at first blush, and it leaves Wolves bosses Tom Thibodeau and Scott Layden desperate for help in the free agent or trade markets. They may have just gone from wanting to bring Derrick Rose back to needing to bring Derrick Rose back. Rose may have to play the Crawford microwave role, and the whatever-Shabazz-was-supposed-to-be role, or the Thibs-won’t-play-anyone-else-off-the-bench role. The most interesting aspect of this pick was what happened immediately after: The Utah Jazz selected Duke star Grayson Allen, who has tripped more people than curbs outside of pubs.