Coyotes Prospect Overview

Coyotes prospects battle in front of the net at development camp.

Coyotes prospects battle in front of the net at development camp.

The Coyotes have a great prospect pool, with the top prospects being Max Domi, Anthony Duclair, Dylan Strome and Christian Dvorak. Their prospect development camp this year showed a lot of talent, some of which the Yotes will be able to bring into the line up.

Max Domi is the oldest of all the Coyotes prospects at 20 years old. He captained the London Knights of the OHL with 32 goals and 70 assists in 52 games played last season. Domi also played for Team Canada in the World Junior Ice Hockey Championship (WJC) who won the gold. During the WJC, Domi had 5 goals and 5 assists in 7 games.

Next is Anthony Duclair. Last season, Duclair played in 18 games for the New York Rangers, tallying only 7 points. But in the 2013-14 season, Duclair played for the Quebec Remparts of the QMJHL. That season, Duclair scored 50 goals and had 49 assists. This year, he played for Canada’s U20 team at the WJC and took home the gold, tallying 4 goals and 4 assists in 7 games.

Third is the 3rd overall pick Dylan Strome. Dylan played with the Erie Otters of the OHL last season and tallied 45 goals and 84 assists in 68 games. Dylan was awarded the Eddie Powers Memorial Trophy (most points in OHL), the William Hanley Trophy (most sportsmanlike player in the OHL), and the CHL Top Scorer Award. In 2014, Strome played for team Canada and won gold in the Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament (U18 Junior World Cup).

The final top prospect is Christian Dvorak. Dvorak was picked by the Coyotes as the 58th overall pick in last years draft. Dvorak also played for the London Knights last season and tallied 41 goals and 68 assists in 66 games.