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The Colorado Avalanche’s prospect pool has been stocked up nicely at the 2015 NHL Draft. Seven picks were made and the Avs added Mikhail Grigorenko and J.T. Compher in the trade that sent Ryan O’Reilly to Buffalo. Therefore, their current depth chart of prospects has also changed.
Joey Hishon and Duncan Siemens got to play some games in the NHL, while Mason Geertsen and Chris Bigras have got their first taste of professional hockey with the AHL’s Lake Erie Monsters. We took a look at how that changes rankings and where those prospects will likely be next season.
There may be a few surprises in the rankings, although the top-prospects seem to be unanimously set. So without further ado, check out our post-draft Colorado Avalanche prospect ranking!
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