Grading the Top-10 Picks from the 2013 NHL Draft

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Sep 29, 2014; Vancouver, British Columbia, CAN; Vancouver Canucks forward

Bo Horvat

(53) controls the puck against the Arizona Coyotes during the third period at Rogers Arena. Arizona won 4-2. Mandatory Credit: Bob Frid-USA TODAY Sports

Bo Horvat, Vancouver Canucks

Bo Horvat, a guy that could have been taken up in the top-6, could end up being a steal at #9 for the Vancouver Canucks.

I am a big fan of what Horvat brings to a team. He plays the game right. The Ontario native works hard every night and has proven to be an amazing competitor.

Hovat brings a lot of valuable pieces with him. He is a very good penalty killer at such a young age, he has great offensive instincts, and he was said to be the best faceoff guy in the 2013 Draft by Central Scouting.

That all is high praise, but he has earned it. He is an exciting player with the ability to be a very impactful player in the NHL with a team that is set up pretty well for the future in Vancouver, at least at the forward positions.

B. . C. Vancouver Canucks. BO HORVAT

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