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Five sleeper picks the Chicago Blackhawks must consider at 2024 NHL draft Vegas


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June 24, 2024  (11:22)
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With the 2024 NHL Draft on the horizon, the Chicago Blackhawks are on the hunt for talent, led by general manager Kyle Davidson.

Amidst the vast pool of prospects, our attention is drawn to the forwards who might not grab headlines but have the potential to shine.
These players aren't primed for early picks; they're the sleepers waiting to make their mark. But don't underestimate them. Each possesses raw talent and the promise of becoming top-tier forwards in the future.
Leading the charge is Yegor Surin, a dynamic forward from Loko Yaroslavl, showcasing his prowess at 6'1 with a standout rookie season.
Following closely is Teddy Stiga, a scoring sensation from the USDP, recognized for his goal-scoring ability and consistent performance in national and USHL competitions.
Justin Poirier adds to the lineup, lighting up the ice for the QMJHL's Baie-Comeau Drakkar with his scoring prowess and unwavering dedication.
Despite his smaller build, Will Zellers has turned heads with his scoring touch, although limited exposure in major junior leagues might affect his draft position.
Lastly, there's Mac Swanson, ranked lower but not lacking in talent, showing flashes of scoring brilliance despite concerns about his size.
These prospects may not steal the spotlight on draft day, but they possess the potential to make a lasting impact in the NHL.
Keep an eye on these rising stars as they embark on their journey to hockey greatness, the NHL draft lottery is just nearly one week away!
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