HockeyProspect.com is very happy to release our 2017 NHL Draft Black Book. One again this year we have our regular edition of the book and the Team Edition, which features a drafted players section and many more game reports.
In total the 2017 NHL Draft Black Book is 595 pages (380,372 words) which is an increase over the 2016 NHL Draft Black Book. The Team Edition of our Black Book 740 pages and over 478,000 words, an increase of 43,000 words over last year.
Both books feature profiles on 389 prospects eligible for the 2017 NHL Draft plus profiles for the 2018, 2019 drafts for a total of 691 profiles.
Our Team Edition also profiles 67 players who have already been drafted. We give updates based on our viewings since their draft season.
The print version of our 2017 NHL Draft Black Book will be available again this year on amazon.com – We will be submitting the book today and hope that it is live on amazon within a few days.
We always includes our final draft rankings, which is a full top 217 prospects ranking for the 2017 NHL Draft and a top 31 for the 2018 NHL Draft.
Visit our online store for the instant download versions of our 2017 NHL Draft Black Book.
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What a few people are saying this season…
— Craig Button (@CraigJButton) June 10, 2017
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— Marc Dumont (@MarcPDumont) June 8, 2017
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— Future Of The Six (@FutureOfThe6) June 9, 2017
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— Ian Pulz (@HockeyPulz) June 8, 2017
If you are going to buy one draft guide – the Black Book is a great choice https://t.co/wVAqIvFOCf
— Ryan Biech (@ryanbiech) June 8, 2017
Just downloaded mine. It is fantastic, as usual. Pretty work by all the folks at Hockey Prospect https://t.co/fO9zAqZsrt
— Doug Abrams (@dabrams2021) June 10, 2017
— Mitch Melnick (@HunterZThompson) June 7, 2017
— Chris Novakowski (@CNova26) June 7, 2017
Look forward to spending a day at the beach reading this front to back. If you follow the draft, it's an annual must read. https://t.co/sGjL3hiu46
— J.D. Burke (@JDylanBurke) June 7, 2017
Lots of good draft related rankings released, but this one is always the best. https://t.co/d6WCDCUpai
— The Mars Volchenkov (@TMVHF) June 6, 2017
— Neate Sager (@NaitSAYger) May 31, 2017
— Michael Augello (@MikeInBuffalo) June 9, 2017
This is a great tool to have for the draft. Mark and his scouts do an outstanding job! https://t.co/5SGbvd9MCL
— Leslie Treff (@HFNYRangers) June 10, 2017
I say it on the show all the time but it's worth repeating: The Black Book has become the staple of the industry. Exceptional depth of info. https://t.co/ed2xlRqRJx
— Guy Flaming (@TPS_Guy) June 10, 2017
Amazing work, as always. A must have for this year's NHL Draft, next years and even 2019. They got you covered! https://t.co/RgnqDrcaNN
— Steve Fitzsimmons (@playbyplayguy) June 10, 2017
— The Casey Clarkeshow (@CaseyClarke) June 8, 2017