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2023 NHL Draft Top 100 Countdown: No. 90 Felix Unger Sorum, No. 89 Martin Misiak, No. 88 Connor Levis, No. 87 Aydar Suniev, No. 86 Jordan Tourigny

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8 months ago
Over the next few weeks leading into the 2023 NHL Draft, we’ll be counting down the Top 100 prospects in this year’s class based on Daily Faceoff’s list. Today we have No. 90 Felix Unger Sorum, No. 89 Martin Misiak, No. 88 Connor Levis, No. 87 Aydar Suniev, and No. 86 Jordan Tourigny.

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No. 90: Felix Unger Sorum

Date of Birth: September 14, 2005
Nation: Sweden 
Position: Forward
Shoots: Right 
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 172 lbs
Scouting Report: “Unger Sörum was able to demonstrate his versatile game at the pro level, showing his smarts, his ability to find the slot, and his tenacity. Against J20 competition, his playmaking shone very brightly and could unlock a higher offensive ceiling in his game.” – Luke Sweeney, Dobber Prospects

No. 89: Martin Misiak

Date of Birth: September 30, 2004
Nation: Slovakia 
Position: Centre
Shoots: Left
Height: 6’2″
Weight: 198 lbs
Scouting Report: “Misiak’s skating is very strong, very quick out of a stopped position combined with strong crossovers and polished edgework. These qualities allow Misiak to adjust quickly while constantly moving in all zones (no wasted strides), showing off his ability to anticipate defensive schemes. Misiak is usually F1 on forecheck, isn’t overly physical but doesn’t shy away from contact in the corners or in front of the net. For these reasons, he is being used as the bumper on PP2 and fully understands when he’s under pressure…” – Sasha Lagarde, Dobber Prospects.

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No. 88: Connor Levis

Date of Birth: October 5, 2004
Nation: Canada
Position: Centre
Shoots: Right
Height: 6’2″
Weight: 194 lbs
Scouting Report: “Levis is a two-way forward with exceptional skating. He has fantastic explosiveness in his stride – it’s just powerful. He’s not a huge play driver and will never razzle-dazzle you, but he’s a solid set-up man that can be a good complementary option in a depth role. His defensive responsibility, as well as pure strength, could take him far.” – Steven Ellis, Daily Faceoff

No. 87: Aydar Suniev

Date of Birth: November 16, 2004
Nation: Russia
Position: Left Wing
Shoots: Left
Height: 6’2″
Weight: 205 lbs
Scouting Report: “Suniev has developed an array of adaptive skills to compensate for his poor skating. He is tenacious all over the ice, which makes him a powerful puck carrier, pestering forechecker, and a defensively engaged winger. His off-puck habits are very strong. He’s a strong back checker, is consistently well-positioned, finds space offensively very well, and consistently attacks the slot and the middle lane offensively. He is an intelligent player who leverages his brain to create advantages.” – Sebastian High, Dobber Prospects

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No. 86: Jordan Tourigny

Date of Birth: February 28, 2005
Nation: Canada
Position: Defence
Shoots: Right 
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 168 lbs
Scouting Report: “Tourigny’s strongest asset is his problem-solving ability in all situations, but especially with the puck; he often blends head fakes with shoulder checks and pivots to make him extremely difficult to read along the boards. He will often double or even triple-fake his way out of a forechecker’s reach, making them believe he’s headed one way, then momentarily presenting his body in the opposite direction before pivoting back the other way. Tourigny’s problem-solving at high speeds is also very evident on offensive rushes, especially as a power-play puck carrier. He rids himself of wave after wave of pressure effortlessly before making a smart lateral pass on the zone entry for an easy set-up.” – Hadi Kalakeche, Dobber Prospects

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