Chicago Blackhawks’ Forward Alex DeBrincat Is Organization’s Future
30.10.2016 00:40

June 25, Chicago Blackhawks Jersey traded two-time Stanley Cup champion Andrew Shaw in the Montreal Canadiens for two second-round pick in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft.

While the move was met with some pessimism from fans, considering the show was one of the most popular players in the last decade and a half, the move was much more favorable for Chicago as the prospects selected appears to have a high ceiling for potential NHL futures.

Chicago got the 39th and 45th general elections and chose Chad Rats defender with the 45th pick and forward Alex DeBrincat with the 39th selection.

Rats, US product development program, five games in his college career at Boston University and has two points as the number 4 takes Terriers 3-2-0.

DeBrincat, entering his third season in the Ontario Hockey League with the Erie Otters, has one heck of a year all 10 games of the season.

So, yes, it is very impressive. DeBrincat, together with his team-mate and fellow otters 2016 NHL draft pick Taylor Raddysh (second round, 58th overall Tampa Bay) are first and second in points in the OHL for the first dozen games of the season. In fact, DeBrincat was only held back in the protocol once this season.

In season 2014-15, DeBrincat made his debut OHL playing alongside future top three draft picks NHL McDavid and Dylan Strome in Erie.

In that first year, Duncan keith jersey, DeBrincat tallied 104 points (51g, 53a), led the team in goals and finished third in scoring on the team for Strome and McDavid. He followed that up in season 2015-16 biennium, sending another 100+ point season with 101 points (51G, 50A), leading the team in goals and finishing second on the team in scoring for Strome.


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