Even someone who isn’t an NHL scout or a hardcore hockey fan can spot what makes American forward Clayton Keller a special player.
Clayton Keller is now first. Phil Kessel is second. Patrick Kane is third.
Yes, the Boston University-bound forward is taking out some lofty records at the IIHF World Under-18 Championship in Ralph Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks.
If they don’t win the lottery and end up retaining the No. 12 pick in this spring’s entry draft, the Senators could do well to select Logan Brown from the Windsor Spitfires.