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21:30  22 june  2019
21:30  22 june  2019 Source:   thescore.com

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2019 NHL Draft . Nils Hoglander . Aggressive winger with a nonstop motor and the ability to play much bigger than his measurements may indicate. Hoglander has played against adult competition in each of the last two seasons, and his dominance at the summer under-20 Four Nations tournament in

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Canucks draft Nils Hoglander 40th overall© Dave Reginek / Getty Images Sport / Getty

The Vancouver Canucks selected forward Nils Hoglander with the 40th overall pick in the 2019 NHL Draft.

Nils Hoglander

Position: Left wing

Height: 5-foot-9

Weight: 185 lbs

Age: 18

Club: Rogle BK (SHL)

Nationality: Sweden

(Stats courtesy: EliteProspects.com)

Hoglander has the potential to be a hidden gem in this year's draft. His numbers don't jump off the page, but they're impressive for a teenager playing with grown men in Sweden's top professional league.

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Last year, the Canucks finished the season in 28th spot and entered the three lotteries with the highest probability of selecting fifth overall . A tie results in the Canucks being slotted higher in the overall standings. A loss tonight puts Arizona NHL Draft Prospect Profile #21: Nils Hoglander . 2 hours ago.

Eliteprospects.com hockey player profile of Nils Höglander, 2000-12-20 Bockträsk, SWE Sweden. Most recently in the SHL with Rögle BK. NHL Draft : FUTURE CONSIDERATIONS.

His straight-line speed isn't elite, but he's as shifty and agile as they come. His edgework and outstanding set of hands also make him incredibly difficult to defend in tight despite his small stature. Sometimes, it looks like Hoglander has the puck on a string, and he can produce scoring chances out of nothing through the middle of the ice.

Overall, Hoglander carries a lot of the same traits as 10-year NHL veteran Tyler Ennis.

What they're saying

"Hoglander has the best hands in the draft," said The Athletic's Corey Pronman. "When he has the puck on his stick, he’s trying to make a skilled play. His puck handling is lightning quick and he often leaves defenders in a knot with how he dangles while in stride."

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