The Hockey News Prospect Podcast: Canada's U-18 Hopes and Chase Stillman Interview

This week on the Prospect Podcast, Ryan Kennedy and Steven Ellis talk about Canada's U-18 World Championship team, the Biosteel Top Prospects Game, the recent Minnesota High School Tournament and more. Plus, an interview with 2021 NHL draft prospect Chase Stillman.
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This week on the Prospect Podcast with Steven Ellis and Ryan Kennedy:

- Three players catching Ryan's eye

- Team Canada announces it's U-18 roster: initial thoughts

- Players to keep an eye at the Biosteel Top Prospects Game

- Top performers at the Minnesota High School tournament

- The fight for the Calder Trophy

- Who has the most potential to be a hidden gem in this year's NHL Draft?

- Which scouting systems can handle this years draft challenges best?

- Prospects at the NHL trade deadline

- Interview with 2021 NHL draft prospect Chase Stillman

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