HockeyProspect.com is pleased to release our 2016 NHL Draft Black Book. This year we have our regular edition of the book and a new Team Edition, which features a drafted players section and many more game reports.
In total the 2016 Black Book is 518 pages (323,900 words) which is an increase over the 2015 NHL Draft Black Book. The Team Edition of our Black Book 674 pages and over 435,000 words.
This year both books feature profiles on 411 prospects eligible for the 2016 NHL Draft. We profile 177 prospects for the 2017 NHL Draft and 84 prospects eligible for the 2018 NHL Draft.
Our Team Edition also profiles 76 players who have already been drafted. We give updates based on our viewings since their draft season.
The print version of our 2016 NHL Draft Black Book will be available again this year on amazon.com – We will be submitting the book late tonight and hope that it is live on amazon later this week.
Our NHL Draft Black Book always includes our final draft rankings, which is a full top 211player list. The Top 30 prospects will be included on our website for free.
Visit our online store for the instant download versions of our 2016 NHL Draft Black Book.
IMPORTANT: Members login to get your special pricing for our online store. Platinum Pass members get the TEAM EDITION FREE. Gold Pass members will have a FREE checkout for the regular edition.
2016 NHL Draft Black Book (Print Edition on amazon)
2016 NHL Draft Black Book (Print Edition amazon UK)
*reminder that the Team Edition is only available in PDF format
What people are saying…
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