Prospects Analysis: Metropolitan Division
Prospects Analysis: Metropolitan Division

This article is part of our Prospects Analysis series.

This is the first of a four-part series that will cover, dissect, and rank the top prospects of each NHL organization. I covered 15 prospects for each club along with a potential sleeper. Some NHL organizations have considerably more than 15 players who project as potential assets down the line while other clubs barely made it to double digits. 

If a player has a number next to his name, it represents his overall ranking in our top-200. Scouting reports for the top-100 can be found here...
Part 1
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Note: Players with 25 games or more of regular-season NHL experience are not eligible for this list. 

CAROLINA HURRICANES
Overview: No team in the NHL had a better 2019 draft than the Hurricanes. They found value all over the place, and the end result was Carolina finishing with 11 players in my top-200 (tied with the Flyers), trailing only Los Angeles. Carolina's system is a tad light on defensive prospects, but that is an area of strength on their current NHL roster. The addition of Chase Priskie in August gave this group a much-needed boost on the back end. 
1- Martin Necas (C) (9)
2- Ryan Suzuki (C) (63)
3- Patrik Puistola (LW) (133)
4- Jake Bean (D) (136)
5- Janne Kuokkanen (C) (151)
6- Eetu Luostarinen (LW) (180)
7- Morgan Geekie (C) (185)
8- Alex Nedeljkovic (G) (192)
9- Stelio Mattheos (RW) (195)
10- Anttoni Honka (D) (196)
11- Pyotr Kochetkov (G) (199)
12- Jamieson Rees (C) 
13- Chase

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Jon Litterine
Jon Litterine is RotoWire's lead MMA Writer and MMA Editor. He has covered numerous MMA events live. He's also RW's NHL Prospect Analyst. Jon has been writing for RotoWire since 2005. He is a graduate of U Mass-Lowell.
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