Posts Tagged ‘Brandon Gormley’

#4. Brandon Gormley – 2010 Scouting Report

#4. Brandon Gormley – 2010 Scouting Report

By Scott McDougall | 2010 Scouting Reports

Welcome to Day 27 of our 30 days of profiles. Today we profile Brandon Gormley, the second of three elite defensemen in this years draft

TSR’s 2010 NHL Draft Final Rankings: Top 100 (1-25)

By Scott Campbell | 2010 Draft Rankings

Thanks for checking out TSR for our 2010 NHL Entry Draft Top 100 list! Be sure to check out the rest of the list through the navigation bar at the header and footer of this article, or by clicking 2010 Draft Rankings in the navigation bar on the right.

OHL Set to Dominate the NHL Draft Yet Again

By Scott Campbell | TSR Features

Four OHL prospects will headline the NHL Entry Draft once again this year in Los Angeles as the league continues to be a showcase for some of the top teen-aged players in the world.

TSR’s 2010 NHL Draft Mid-Term rankings Top 60 Skaters (1-30)

By Scott Campbell | 2010 Draft Rankings

TSR releases it’s Mid-Term Top 60 skaters for the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. I’d like to thank all of our contributors for their support in releasing the rankings, as well as the help of several other sources who would like to remain anonymous. Enjoy, and feel free to leave a comment or flip us an email. Cheers!

TSR's 2010 NHL Entry Draft Preliminary Top 15 Rankings

TSR’s 2010 NHL Entry Draft Preliminary Top 15 Rankings

By Scott Campbell | 2010 Draft Rankings

First off, I’d just like to say thanks for checking out my blog. I started thinking of doing something like this a while back, and will be publishing Mid-Term and Final Rankings as well. Hopefully for the next batch I can also get the help of some outside contributors as well. Anyways, I’ve got a Preliminary Top 15 list up and ready for free viewing, totaling just over 5000 words.

In addition to the rankings, I’m hoping to also provide some other content about the world of hockey prospects, and hopefully get some interviews with some players up as well. Once again, I’d like to thank you for reading, and hopefully you found it useful. Feel free to leave some comments on the site as well!