Gophers in the NHL Draft

bonin21

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Brock Faber - 2nd round (46) to LA
Jake Boltmann (USHL this year) - 3rd round (80) to Calgary
Joe Miller (HS or USHL this year) - 6th round (180) to Toronto

I keep this document manually so there are likely a few mistakes.

The Gophers look like they will have the most draft picks on a roster in 20-21. Schools with 8+:
UMN - 14 draft picks - 1 first/2 second - Avg pick 120
BU - 13 draft picks - 1 first/4 second - Avg pick 82
UND - 13 draft picks - 2 first/3 second - Avg pick 99
BC - 12 draft picks - 3 first/1 second - Avg pick 86
uw - 10 draft picks - 2 first/0 second - Avg pick 111
UM - 8 draft picks - 3 first/1 second - Avg pick 90 (+ three top 2021 draft prospects)
Harvard - 8 draft picks - 0 first/0 second - Avg pick 130
DU - 8 draft picks - 0 first/1 second - Avg pick 133
UMD - 8 draft picks - 0 first/0 second - Avg pick 136
ND - 8 draft picks - 0 first/0 second - Avg pick 143

This is even harder to track, but the following schools have multiple draft picks committed but not on campus this year:
UMN - 4 draft picks
UND - 4 draft picks
Harvard - 4 draft picks
UMass - 3 draft picks
UM - 2 draft picks
OSU - 2 draft picks
UMD - 2 draft picks
PC - 2 draft picks
 

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Bob is doing a good job keeping the talent coming in, and I'm a believer in what he will do with them. Looking forward to this season, entire top 9 is back and every top defenseman (not a big Nanne or Zuhlsdorf fan). Hopefully they can make a season work.
 

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The Gophers should be a top 10 team this year otherwise there is a development problem. UND will be heavy favorites to win any potential championship.
 
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