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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Playersoverpayed</b></div><div>Their version of NTDP program is paying off. Personally I think Nemec shoukld go to a stronger league this season. Troll alert: would he like to avoid ARI and BUF ;) ? Slafkovsky is work in progress. Star power-forward potential there, but he hasn't realized yet how big and strong he actually is.</div></div>

I also think that for Simon Nemec would be the best possibility to move to a better league. But from what I know, he wants to stay in Slovakia this season.

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Claesson4Norris</b></div><div>It's a bit like the 2020 draft was for Germany. German Hockey has really invested a lot into its internal talent development, and specifically invested in keeping the German talent in Germany, and not playing in the CHL or in Sweden Juniors. They've really raised their standing in international hockey, to the point where they've cemented themselves into that 3rd tier of hockey nations like the Czechs and Slovaks, and separated themselves from the Swiss and Latvians and other "lesser" programs.

Slovakia has seen that same reinvestment into Slovakian hockey, and I think 2022 is set to be that real coming put party for the program. It wouldn't be at all surprising to see a Slovakian Renaissance in the 2020s similar to what Finland has done in the last decade or so. I wouldn't be shocked if we're talking about them in the same conversation as nations like Sweden and Russia as that strong 2nd tier of hockey nations. It would be awesome to see them return to the greatness of the mid 2000s when it was guys like Hossa, Chara, Bondra, Visnovsky, Satan and Straka.</div></div>

It will be necessary to have more than just 2 such good years (2022, 2023) in order for Slovakia to become one of the top hockey countries again. We will see. Hopefully it will continue for next years. Hockey needs competition and as many countries as possible at a high level. But today I can say that for draft 2024 there is another top Slovak, the defender Jakub Chromiak (Martin's brother), who may have a similar potential as Simon Nemec, although it is still too early for similar comparisons.

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>NHLfan10506</b></div><div>This is very cool to see them all lined up like this.
I wish someone would do for other countries as well.</div></div>

<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Club_de_Hockey_le_Canadien</b></div><div>deto Are you planning on doing this for other countries? I'd love to see this become a series.</div></div>

I can try it. I also have a basic overview of other countries, but as a Slovak I am most familiar with prospects from Slovakia .
Forum: Mock-Draft7 avr. 2021 à 5 h 16