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2015 NHL Entry Draft

Florida Panthers 2015 Draft Class update

Checking in on the Cats eight-man Sunrise haul

Atlantic Rival Report: Maple Leafs

Auston Matthews highlights Toronto's huge draft haul

Grading the Cats draft haul

The draft floor at the BB&T Center has been shut down, the other general managers are heading home, and with our own development camp on the horizon, let's assess the prospects the Cats added to their cupboard.

Seventh Round recap: Shea - Bednard

Americans Patrick Shea and Ryan Bednard are the Cats final selections.

Cats select Chris Wilkie in round six

The right winger from the Tri-City Storm put up 55 points in 59 USHL games last season.

Cats select Bachman at #132, trade pick #147

The Panthers welcome Karch Bachman to the organization, and move their second 5th-rounder to the Islanders for a 2016 5th round pick.

Cats select Malgin in 4th round

Florida Panthers nab Denis Malgin with fourth round selection.

3rd Round recap: Montembeault - Schemitsch

Samuel Montembeault and Thomas Schemitsch are the newest members of the Cats' prospect pool.

2015 NHL Draft: Open Discussion Thread (2-7)

Rounds two through seven are on tap today.

Cats pick Lawson Crouse 11th overall

Florida selects another big forward to go with their other young giants.

2015 NHL Draft: First Round Open Discussion Thread

Cats will add to bountiful prospect pool with the 11th overall pick (barring a trade, of course).

LBC Mock Draft: #20 Colin White

Wild Select young American forward headed to Boston College

Panthers and the 2015 NHL Draft: How to Follow

Florida Panthers set to host the hockey universe; here's how to follow along.

LBC Mock Draft: #19 Thomas Chabot

A team in desperate need of defensive prospects picks up a smooth skating puck mover from the QMJHL.

LBC Mock Draft: #18 Evgeny Svechnikov

The best player remaining on the LBC board goes to the Senators

LBC en Español: El Reclutamiento de la LNH viene

Con el Reclutamiento de la LNH 2015 proximamente en Sunrise, LBC lo prepara fanaticos que habla español para el gran evento.

2015 NHL Entry Draft: Panthers Wish List

With the NHL Entry Draft just days away, let's take a look at some quality prospects who should be available when the Cats are making their selections, and which of those I'd like to see the team take.

LBC Mock Draft: #17 Travis Konecny

Winnipeg adds yet another speedy forward to their lineup with the addition of Konecny.

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LBC Mock Draft: #16 Oliver Kylington

The starving back end of Edmonton picks up a solid prospect in the smooth skating Kylington

LBC Mock Draft: #15 Jeremy Roy

Flames add to fine group of young players with dynamic Sherbrooke defender.

LBC Mock Draft: #14 Jakub Zboril

Bruins take the top defensive prospect remaining on the board as their future power play quarterback.

LBC Mock Draft: #12 Kyle Connor

The speedy USHL standout could slide into the top 10 on June 26th, but in the LBC Mock Draft, he's going a bit later than that.

SBN Mock Draft: Cats take Crouse at No. 11

He's impressed scouts all year with his two-way play, and even though he hasn't put up huge offensive numbers, Dale Tallon will make him the hometown team's first pick on June 26th.

LBC Mock Draft: #11 Mikko Rantanen

The moment of truth has arrived, and the team takes another big Finn to bolster their offense.

LBC Mock Draft: # 10 Zach Werenski

Colorado's farm system woes mandate taking the best player available regardless of position.

LBC Mock Draft: #9 Pavel Zacha

The Sharks add an offensive player with some bite in Pavel Zacha.

LBC Mock Draft: #8 Ivan Provorov

The second defender taken in our mock draft hails from Russia, but played this season alongside Cats prospect Jayce Hawryluk with the Brandon of the WHL.

LBC Mock Draft: #7 Lawson Crouse

He's impressed scouts all year with his two-way play, and even though he hasn't put up huge numbers, you can still bet someone will be calling his name early in June.

LBC Mock Draft: # 6 Mathew Barzal

The Devils have many needs, but rebuilds start up the middle, and Barzal is the top center available at six.

LBC Mock Draft: #5 Mitch Marner

Hurricanes can't pass up Marner's offensive gifts at the five spot.