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2014 NHL Draft: Central Scouting Releases Mid-Term Rankings

Boston College commit Sonny Milano leads American skaters

Minnesota commit Jack Glover cracked the top 30 of NHL Central Scouting's Mid-term rankings
Minnesota commit Jack Glover cracked the top 30 of NHL Central Scouting's Mid-term rankings
Shaun Botterill

NHL Central Scouting released their mid-term draft rankings this morning. The mid-terms are notable in that it is the first list put out by Central Scouting that combines players from all the leagues in North America into one list.

College hockey recruits were well represented towards the top of  the North American list. Boston College commit Sonny Milano came in at 16th overall, followed Michigan commit Dylan Larkin at 17th, North Dakota commit Nick Schmaltz at 19, and Boston College commit Alex Tuch at 21. Also cracking the top 30 were defenseman Jack Glover(Minnesota) at 27, and Jack Dougherty(Wisconsin) at 29, with Minnesota commit Ryan Collins just missing out on the top 30 at 32nd.

Among goalies, Boston College's Thatcher Demko was the top-ranked North American prospect, followed by Michigan State commit Edwin Minney, and uncommitted goalies Blake Weyrick and Chase Perry.