NHL Mock Draft 2015: Red Wings Bolster the Blue Line

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26. Montreal Canadiens

152. Vince Dunn is a terrific defenseman who will help you on defense but can also be a offensive plug for a team. In two seasons with the Niagara Ice Dogs he netted himself 33 points (5-28) in his first season and then followed that up with 56 points (18-38). <a href=. Defense. Niagara Ice Dogs (OHL). Vince Dunn. 26. player

27. Anaheim Ducks

105. Sprong is a right-handed shot, which is something that makes him a nice pick up. He is a strong scorer and he has great puck handling ability along with being a smooth skater. In the 2013-14 season he registered 68 points (30-38) he followed that up next season netting 88 points (39-49).. Right Wing. Charlottetown (QMJHL). Daniel Sprong. 27. player

28. Tampa Bay Lightning (from New York Rangers)

A great two-way defenseman who is also a hard worker, Noah Juulsen is the offensive defensemen are looking for. He has some work to do on his game, but nothing that can’t be fixed with some growing. Last season with the Everett Silvertips he registered himself 52 points (9-43) in 68 games.. Center. Everett Silvertips (WHL). Noah Juulsen. 28. player. 23

29. Philadelphia Flyers (from Tampa Bay Lightning)

player. 68. <a href=. Left wing. Shawinigan Cataractes (QMJHL). Dennis Yan. 29

30. Arizona Coyotes (from Chicago Blackhawks)

USA NTDP (USHL). Colin White. 30. player. 121. Injury is the only reason White may fall to the end of the first round, but doesn’t fall out of it. Last season for the U.S. National U18 team White netted 54 points (23-31) in 54 games. Only 6′ 0″ he can still push and pull his own weight around the ice. Has great hands and can impact a game when he needs to.. Center

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