Two members of the Regina Pats should hear their name get called in the first two to three rounds of this year’s NHL draft.
NHL Central Scouting released its final set of rankings on Tuesday, and there are four Pats on it.
Leading the way is forward Nick Henry. The 1999 born forward was second in WHL rookie scoring registering 81 points in 72 games.
He is ranked 25th by Central Scouting.
Coming in at 42 is injured forward Jake Leschyshyn with defenceman Jonathan Smart ranked 149th, and goalie Jordan Hollett coming in at 15 amongst North American goalies.
The top ranked prospect by NHL Central Scouting for this year’s draft which will go in Chicago is Brandon Wheat King Nolan Patrick.