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2014 QMJHL Draft Results

18 of the 20 players from the 2014 QMJHL Draft are eligible for the 2016 NHL Draft.

(2016)=Year player is eligible for the NHL Draft. This means that the player would be eligible for the 2016 NHL Draft.
  1. Saint John Sea Dogs: Luke Green, D, (2016)

    Luke Green has the skill-set to be the #1 defenseman on the Saint John Sea Dogs right away. The Saint John Sea Dogs drafted his twin brother Matt in the second-round of the 2014 QMJHL Draft. Look for both Green brothers to get drafted in the top 100 of the 2016 NHL Draft.

    Luke will be a first-round pick that could possibly go in the top 10 overall. His twin brother Matt looks like a second to third round pick at this point.

  2. Gatineau Olympiques: Pascal Laberge, C, (2016)

    Pascal Laberge will go anywhere between picks 25 and 45. An ideal first to second round pick that will probably go early in Round 2 of the 2016 NHL Draft.

  3. Shawinigan Cataractes: Samuel Girard, D, (2016)

    Like Luke Green, I believe Samuel Girard will end up becoming a first-round pick in 2016. Girard is more of a top 15 or a top 20 pick while Green could go top 10.

  4. Sherbrooke Phoenix: Evan Fitzpatrick, G, (2016)

    Evan Fitzpatrick is a 6-foot-2 and 194-pound goaltender. Fitzpatrick will sart for Sherbrooke right away, and should be the top goalie selected in the 2016 NHL Draft.

  5. Cape Brenton Screaming Eagles: Pierre-Luc Dubois, LW, (2016)

    Pierre-Luc Dubois is the top left winger in the QMJHL Draft. He looks like a third-round pick in the 2016 NHL Draft at this point. He can spend the next two seasons making a key statement as to why he should be a first-round pick with Cape Brenton.

  6. Acadie Bathurst Titan: Jordan Maher, C, (2016)

    Jordan Maher is a second-round pick. There is a good chance he goes in the top 40 overall.

  7. Charlottetown Islanders: Mitchell Balmas, LW, (2016)

    Mitchell Balmas may be the only sure-fire 2016 NHL first-round pick outside of defenseman Luke Green and Samuel Girard.

  8. Victoriaville Tigres: Guillaume Beck, D, (2017)

    Guillaume Beck is the top 2017 NHL Prospect from the 2014 QMJHL Draft.

  9. Blainville-Boisbriand Armada: Miguel Picard, C, (2016)

    Miguel Picard is an unknown center. When all is said and done, I see him being a top 100 NHL Draft pick.

  10. Rouyn-Noranda Huskies: Jacob Neveu, D, (2016)

    Neveu was projected as a second-round pick in some QMJHL mock drafts. Rouyn-Noranda reached for Neveu here..

  11. Blainville-Boisbriand Armada: Alexander Katerinakis, RW, (2016)

    After obtaining a solid player in Picard, Blainville-Boisbriand Armada, selects the top right winger in the 2014 QMJHL Draft. Alexander Katerinakis happens to be an outstanding value pick at this spot.

  12. Gatineau Olympiques: Matt Sartoris, D, (2016)

    After taking stud center Pascal Laberge second-overall, the Gatineau Olympiques select a defenseman who could be a 2016 second-round pick with defenseman Matt Sartoris.

  13. Drummondville Voltigeurs: Benjamin Gagne, D, (2017)

    Benjamin Gagne could be the first top 10 draft pick from the Drummondville Voltigeurs since Sean Couturier. Gagne will not be eligible for the NHL until 2017, which means teams will get 3 years of Gagne while other QMJHL players only have to play for two years before going to the NHL.

  14. Cape Brenton Screaming Eagles: Michael O’Leary, C, (2016)

    Michael O’Leary will compliment Pierre-Luc Dubois in Cape Brenton. Both players are overdrafted, that could either bring both guys together or work against them.

  15. Saint John Sea Dogs: Julien Tessier, LW, (2016)

    Julien Tessier joins top overall pick Luke Green and his twin brother Mike Green. Saint John Sea Dogs got three good players with their first three draft choices. The Sea Dogs’ could end up having three different players from the 2014 QMJHL Draft go in the first three rounds of the 2016 NHL Draft.

  16. Sherbrooke Phoenix: Thomas Gregoire, D, (2016)

    After taking goalie Evan Fitzpatrick fourth-overall, Sherbrooke gives him a stud defenseman in Thomas Gregoire that can assist him.

  17. Drummondville Voltigeurs: Mathieu Sevigny, C, (2016)

    Mathieu Sevigny was drafted behind Gagne. Sevigny is eligible for the 2016 NHL Draft while Gagne has to wait until 2017. That will allow these guys to grow and develop together. I don’t see either guy leaving Drummondville until 2018 with both guys needing additional time to develop in Drumondville after being drafted in the NHL.

  18. Shawinigan Cataractes: Gabriel Sylvestre, D, (2016)

    Gabriel Sylvestre is a guy that is talented enough to join Samuel Girard. Sylvestre and Girard will be an excellent defensive pairing in Shawinigan. Can both players help Shawinigan capture another Memorial Cup.

  19. Val-d’Or Foreurs: Gabriel Bilodeau, D, (2016)

    The Foreurs won the QMJHL Championship last season with Anthony Mantha, depth at the wing, and strong defense. The Foreurs take the best player available here and reload.

  20. Victoriaville Tigres: Olivier Huot, D, (2016)

    Olivier Huot could be a good one. Unlike his teammate Beck, Huot will be a 2016 NHL Draft prospect. Being the #2 defenseman could work against them or maybe Huot emerges like Julius Honka did this season with the Swift Current Broncos.

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