Round Table: Grading the Anaheim Ducks 2020 Draft Selections

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With the sixth pick of the 2020 NHL Draft, Jamie Drysdale from Erie of the OHL is selected by the Anaheim Ducks (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)

The 2020 NHL Entry Draft has come to a conclusion, and we’re weighing in on the Anaheim Ducks eight draft picks.

Over the last two days, the Anaheim Ducks have been hard at work. Selecting draft picks for your organization is an articulate and sometimes tricky decision. It’s a race to take the best player on the board before another GM swoops in and takes them out from under your nose.

Nevertheless, the Ducks have walked away with eight new prospects to place neatly in their cupboard. All of whom have worked tirelessly for years to get here. Their hard work has not gone unnoticed, and with stars in their eyes, they are now one step closer to realizing their NHL dreams.

Now that the picks are in (the picks are in, the picks are in) it’s time for us to weigh in on the Anaheim Ducks eight lucky draftee’s. There are a lot of good things to say about them, but do any of them fall short of expectation? Who is our favorite pick?

However, before we jump into the grades, it seems only fitting to introduce you to our draft picks. Congratulations to Jamie Drysdale, Jacob Perreault, Sam Colangelo, Ian Moore, Thimo Nickl, Artyom Galimov, Albin Sundsvik, and Ethan Bowen on being selected by the Anaheim Ducks. Welcome to Orange County. We really think you’re going to like it here.

Be sure to play along and leave your grades for the draft picks down below in the comment section. Without further ado, it’s time for grades!

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