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2015 NHL Draft Guide – Top 5 Shots

Best Shot 

 Jack Eichel will have few issues scoring goals at the NHL level starting next season.  "He can really rip it" said one Metropolitan Division senior scout. "He's a natural goal scorer with his strength and quick release."  Eichel is adept at finding the open lanes and getting a quick, heavy and accurate shot on net.

   Strome isn't far behind Eichel in terms of shot speed, quick release and accuracy, while McDavid is simply a natural goal scorer with magical hands in close to the net that often fool the netminder. Zacha has one of the hardest shots in the draft when he uses it, and Meier uses his natural strength to regularly unleash cannonading drives.

Dylan Strome of the Erie Otters. Photo by Aaron Bel/OHL Images 1. Jack Eichel
2. Dylan Strome
3. Connor McDavid
4. Pavel Zacha
5. Timo Meier


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