First, the Canes prospects won 4-3 on Traverse City yesterday on goals by Victor Rask, Sergey Tolchinsky, Zack Mitchell and Brock McGinn. You can find the team's short write-up here HERE.
Every once in awhile I like to take a look back at prediction type blogs from seasons past. Especially for projections, there are many more misses than hits over the course of a changing...
Weight: 192 lbs.
Drafted: 2nd Round, 2011 Draft
Last Year's Ranking: 11
When the Carolina Hurricanes selected Elias Lindholm with the #5 overall pick in this yearâs NHL draft, Victor Rask quickly fell a notch in terms of Canes prospect buzz. The exciting topics of conversation right now seem to be Elias Lindholm at forward and Ryan Murphy on defense. While those players deserve the attention too, I think Rask could play as big of a role as either...
This is going to be a different update than ones in the past because we are at the part of the year where teams are returning from their holiday break and playing a partial schedule. There are also quite a few teams icing much different lineups due to the World Junior Championships currently going on right now. So, instead of looking at each player individually, I'm going to...
Victor Rask, Carolina's second round pick from 2011, was able to get his first taste of professional hockey this year after spending the first month of the season with the Charlotte Checkers but earlier this week, the team finally made the call to send him back to the Calgary Hitmen of the WHL. Rask had five points in 10 games with the Checkers and seemed to be playing well by...
In the 2011 NHL Draft, Victor Rask was touted as one of the most talented prospects to be taken outside of the first round and a possible steal for the Hurricanes with the 42nd overall pick. Rask has a lot of raw talent and offensive skill that would find him a home in the top-six of any organization but he is also regarded as one of the most "enigmatic players" of this...