There’s some prospects that could interest the Vegas Golden Knights on Day Two.
We’re on to Day Two of the 2020 NHL Entry Draft and the Vegas Golden Knights have four picks left to play with.
Round One was kind to the Golden Knights who were able to select a high-end playmaker in forward Brendan Brisson, who put up 59 points (24 G, 35 A) in 45 games for the Chicago Steel in 2019-20, being crowned USHL Rookie of the Year.
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Brisson is an exceptional offensive talent with a lot of upside and he could develop into a real nice NHL player eventually.
Focus is now on Rounds Two through Seven, however, and the Golden Knights aren’t on the board until the Third Round with the No. 68 overall pick.
The latter rounds of the Draft is always a bit of a crapshoot and that will especially be the case this year given the amount of talent left on the board following the conclusion of the First Round.
Plus, it was a quiet day for trades during the First Round and, with the Golden Knights needing to clear cap space and with an eye on Free Agency on Friday, they could end up moving a few of their picks or accumulating more throughout the course of the day.
But, in saying that, should Vegas stand pat and keep all four of their picks then there are some prospects to keep an eye on in all six remaining rounds.
Let’s take a look at a few that could be available to the Golden Knights…