The REVIVAL Of Kole Lind's Career (Vancouver Canucks Top Prospects News & Rumours: 2020 Update NHL)

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In 2017, the Vancouver Canucks drafted Kole Lind out of the Kelowna Rockets of the WHL in the 2nd round of the draft. The pick was met with heavy praise at the time, which was further extended after Lind lit up the WHL in his D+1 year. However, making his debut with the Utica Comets, Lind lost a bit of his effectiveness, putting up subpar numbers and not translating as well as most would've hoped.

That was one year ago, and now, after his second year in the AHL, Kole Lind has regained his scoring touch and has immediately brought himself back up as one of the Vancouver Canucks top prospects in 2020.

Canucks Army Article: https://canucksarmy.com/2019/10/04/kole-lind-is-looking-to-have-a-breakout-season/

Kole Lind was one of the top NHL prospects at the 2017 NHL Entry Draft.

The 2017 NHL Entry Draft saw many top NHL prospects get selected by a variety of teams. The first round of the draft went as follows:

1st - New Jersey Devils, Nico Hischier
2nd - Philadelphia Flyers, Nolan Patrick
3rd - Dallas Stars, Miro Heiskanen
4th - Colorado Avalanche, Cale Makar
5th - Vancouver Canucks, Elias Pettersson
6th - Vegas Golden Knights, Cody Glass
7th - New York Rangers (from Arizona Coyotes), Lias Andersson
8th - Buffalo Sabres, Casey Mittelstadt
9th - Detroit Red Wings, Michael Rasmussen
10th - Florida Panthers, Owen Tippett
11th - Los Angeles Kings, Gabriel Vilardi
12th - Carolina Hurricanes, Martin Necas
13th - Vegas Golden Knights (from Winnipeg Jets), Nick Suzuki
14th - Tampa Bay Lightning, Callan Foote
15th - Vegas Golden Knights (from New York Islanders), Erik Brannstrom
16th - Calgary Flames, Juuso Valimaki
17th - Toronto Maple Leafs, Timothy Liljegren
18th - Boston Bruins, Urho Vaakanainen
19th - San Jose Sharks, Josh Norris
20th - St. Louis Blues, Robert Thomas
21st - New York Rangers, Filip Chytil
22nd - Edmonton Oilers, Kailer Yamamoto
23rd - Arizona Coyotes (from Minnesota Wild), Pierre-Olivier Joseph
24th - Winnipeg Jets (from Columbus Blue Jackets via Vegas Golden Knights), Kristian Vesalainen
25th - Montreal Canadiens, Ryan Poehling
26th - Dallas Stars (from Chicago Blackhawks), Jake Oettinger
27th - Philadelphia Flyers (from Washington Capitals via St. Louis Blues), Morgan Frost
28th - Ottawa Senators, Shane Bowers
29th - Chicago Blackhawks (from Anaheim Ducks via Dallas Stars), Henri Jokiharju
30th - Nashville Predators, Eeli Tolvanen
31st - St. Louis Blues (from Pittsburgh Penguins), Klim Kostin

This video is taking place after the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

The 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs involved sixteen teams, which were the Boston Bruins, Tampa Bay Lightning, Washington Capitals, Philadelphia Flyers, Montreal Canadiens, Carolina Hurricanes, New York Islanders, and Columbus Blue Jackets in the East, and the Colorado Avalanche, St. Louis Blues, Vegas Golden Knights, Vancouver Canucks, Calgary Flames, Chicago Blackhawks, Arizona Coyotes, and Dallas Stars in the West.

This also is taking place a few days after the 2020 NHL Entry Draft.

The 2020 NHL Draft Top 25 went as follows:

1st) New York Rangers, Alexis Lafrenière
2nd) Los Angeles Kings, Quinton Byfield
3rd) Ottawa Senators (from San Jose Sharks), Tim Stützle
4th) Detroit Red Wings, Lucas Raymond
5th) Ottawa Senators, Jake Sanderson
6th) Anaheim Ducks, Jamie Drysdale
7th) New Jersey Devils, Alexander Holtz
8th) Buffalo Sabres, Jack Quinn
9th) Minnesota Wild, Marco Rossi
10th) Winnipeg Jets, Cole Perfetti
11th) Nashville Predators, Yaroslav Askarov
12th) Florida Panthers, Anton Lundell
13th) Carolina Hurricanes (from Toronto Maple Leafs), Seth Jarvis
14th) Edmonton Oilers, Dylan Holloway
15th) Toronto Maple Leafs (from Pittsburgh Penguins), Rodion Amirov
16th) Montreal Canadiens, Kaiden Guhle
17th) Chicago Blackhawks, Lukas Reichel
18th) New Jersey Devils (from Arizona Coyotes), Dawson Mercer
19th) New York Rangers (from Calgary Flames), Braden Schneider
20th) New Jersey Devils (from Vancouver Canucks), Shakir Mukhamadullin
21st) Columbus Blue Jackets, Yegor Chinakov
22nd) Washington Capitals (from Carolina Hurricanes via New York Rangers and Calgary Flames), Hendrix Lapierre
23rd) Philadelphia Flyers, Tyson Foerster
24th) Calgary Flames (from Caps), Connor Zary
25th) Colorado Avalanche, Justin Barron

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