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This Week in The Hockey News magazine: Future Watch 2016

THN’s annual Future Watch edition, 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, is available now.

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: DYLAN STROME - Towering pivot and No. 1 overall prospect builds his game on deep emotional bonds with elite hockey family WILLIAM NYLANDER - Silky-handed Swede is flag bearer of Toronto’s complete franchise makeover, which is going swimmingly so far FUTURE OF THE TOP 50s - Historically, life is great at the top among yearly top 50 prospects, but forecast gets cloudy at the bottom WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS PROSPECTS - Can the number of players an NHL team has at the Christmastime classic be used as an indicator for success? SKILL DEVELOPMENT - What turns the best young players into human highlight reels? Honing abilities with specialized coaches and drills GOALIE DEVELOPMENT - Should drafted netminders play a lot in the AHL or a little in the NHL? We ask the experts what’s best for growth NCAA FREE AGENTS - Caggiula headlines class of college kids ready to ink NHL contracts WORLD CUP OF HOCKEY - Why the young stars of Team North America could pull off a stunning upset NHL DRAFT SNEAK PEEKS - Stars of tomorrow set to make scouts drool in 2016, 2017 and 2018 OVERTIME - Want long-term success? Hold onto your first-round picks tightly

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