Pittsburgh Penguins: 2015 NHL Mock Draft

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26. Montreal Canadiens

The Shawinigan Cataractes’ leading scorer claimed 42 goals and 52 assists for 94 points in 67 QMJHL regular season contests. The 5-foot-10, 173-pound forward is viewed by some scouts as a highly skilled, swift winger. Others have a question about his lack of ideal size for the NHL game.. Center/Left Wing. Shawinigan (QMJHL). Anthony Beauvillier. 26. player. 152

27. Anaheim Ducks

Charlottetown (QMJHL). Filip Chlapik. 27. player. 105. The center of the Charlottetown Islanders participated in 64 QMJHL regular season games and contributed 22 goals and 42 assists for 75 points. He has good size, very high hockey IQ, and dynamic offensive skills. The report on him at NHL Central Scouting is that “he is a very good skater with good vision and puck skills.”. Center

28. Tampa Bay Lightning (from New York Rangers)

Brandon Carlo. 28. player. 23. The 6-foot-5, 196-pound defenseman from the WHL’s Tri-City Americans skates well and plays a smart game. He was with Team USA for this year’s World Junior Championships and proved how durable he was by collecting a lot of ice time throughout the tournament.. Defense. Tri-City (WHL)

29. Philadelphia Flyers (from Tampa Bay Lightning)

player. 68. The 6-foot-4, 204-pound left wing from the Portland Winterhawks of the WHL is considered a power forward with an above-average offensive skill set. There are scouts who think that can play a rough, physical game at the next level.. Left Wing. Portland (WHL). Paul Bittner. 29

30. Arizona Coyotes (from Chicago Blackhawks)

Jansen Harkins. 30. player. 121. The Coyotes could do well by picking up one of the best defensive centers in this draft class. The 6-foot-1, 182-pound forward from the Prince George Cougars of the WHL is seen as a smart two-way playmaker, who works hard to get his points.. Center. Prince George (WHL)

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