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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: Future Watch 2015

In the latest edition of The Hockey News magazine, it’s our annual Future Watch, where we countdown the world’s top 75 prospects, grade each NHL team’s collection of youngsters and provide scouting reports for 300 up-and-comers.

It’s THN’s annual Future Watch, where we countdown the world’s top 75 prospects, grade each NHL team’s collection of youngsters and provide scouting reports for 300 up-and-comers. Additional features include: Editor’s Notebook: The Filip Forsberg trade shook up the entire NHL prospect landscape Sam Reinhart: In the talent-laden Reinhart clan, the best has come last Leon Draisaitl: His development plan was iffy, but the final chapter was well written Sam Bennett: Going under the knife cut deep, but it was the right move for the long run The McDavid Factor: A perfect storm of 2015 prospects makes tanking a no-brainer Predicting The Payoff: What’s the secret to prospect success? Look to the middle Winnipeg Jets: Their GM was called gun shy, but the Jets are primed for the 2019 Cup The AHL’s Euro Wave: Will prospects be better seasoned with spice from both sides of the pond? The Next NHL GM?: Patience paying off for Rob Blake in his hunt to become a head honcho Hockey Factories: The most prolific producers of NHLers have plenty of bite NHL Draft Sneak Peeks: From a slight risk in 2015 to the next Teemu in 2016 to Texas-sized lad in 2017 NCAA Free Agents: Whoever inks BU goalie Matt O’Connor will get a sound body and mind Future Watch Rewind: The 2005 FW class is one the hockey world will never forget

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