Our 2020 QMJHL Draft Guide is now available. This year it is over 97,000 words and includes our ranking of our top 150 QMJHL Draft prospects, a written profile for each of these players on top of all the scouting game-reports compiled throughout the past hockey season by our scouts.
As he had been all season long, the smooth skating, right hand shot, complete defenceman Tristan Luneau of the Trois-Rivières Estacades sits first on our list, followed by another strong skating, right handed, offensive minded defenceman from the Laval-Montréal Rousseau Royal, Michael Mastrodomenico, who comes in at the two spot on our list.
In what is a top-heavy draft for defencemen, Antonin Verreault is our top ranked forward at number three. The slightly undersized forward proved to us all season long that he was a top three talent and that his size was not going to be an issue at the next level and that his creativity and skill is enough to place him at the third spot on our list.
The first maritimer appearing on our list is Halifax McDonald’s power forward Leighton Carruthers, who on top of having a QMJHL-ready frame, has one of the best shots in the draft.
Rounding out the top five is one of the most intriguing prospects in this draft, 6’4”, 171 pound defenceman Maveric Lamoureux, who is more of a defensive-minded player with a mean streak and a ton of very interesting tools, including a very smooth skating ability for someone his size, giving him a ton of potential and making him the fifth best prospect on our list.
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