The Detroit Red Wings don't get high draft picks very often.
They will pick 15th overall Friday night in Philadelphia, which doesn't sound that high, but is the highest they have picked since 1991, when they selected Martin Lapointe with the 10th pick.
Just as there's no real consensus on which player will go first overall to the Florida Panthers, there's no consensus about whom the Wings might take.
In his mock draft, USA Today's Kevin Allen said the Wings would take center Dylan Larkin of the U.S. under-18 team.
"The dependable two-way forward would fit perfectly into Detroit's puck-possession offense," Allen said. "He's a good skater."
TSN's Craig Button has the Wings taking a different center, Jared McCann of Sault Ste. Marie.
TSN's Bob McKenzie has a different center in mind for the Wings, Kevin Fiala, a Swiss-born player who played for HV71 in Sweden.
"Skills are very good but when you combine that with a determination that is excellent, you get a player who can make a differe...