It’s not too often that two of the three top ranked prospects for the NHL draft come from the same team. That is the case now as Connor McDavid remains number one, but his teammate Dylan Strome has cracked the top three for the first time. Strome recently won the Ontario Hockey League scoring title by having a six-point night against the Niagara Ice Dogs to end the regular season. To win the title, Strome finished the regular season with 129 points (45G-84A), head ahead of Mitch Marner of the London Knights who finished with 126 points.

Below is the latest top 30 from International Scouting Services (ISS). The NHL Draft is set to be held June 26-27 at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida. The Canadian Hockey League is currently in the playoffs, so there won’t be much more time to see these players. The rankings aren’t expected to change much now until the draft. You can get more information by visiting ISS Hockey and following them on Twitter.

ISS Hockey Releases ISS Top 30 For April, Rankings Of Top Prospects For 2015 NHL Draft

Dylan Strome rises three positions to rank #3 in the ISS Top 30 April Release; Svechnikov and Greenway are biggest gainers, rising 6 to #16 and #17 respectively.

April 01, 2015 [Guelph, ON] ISS Hockey has released its monthly rankings of the top prospects eligible for the 2015 NHL Draft. This month’s rankings include the top 200 skaters, along with the top 15 goaltenders, as evaluated and ranked by ISS Hockey’s worldwide network of scouts.

Below is the ISS Top 30, highlighting the rankings for the top 30 prospects, which are released on the first Wednesday of every month during the hockey season. An interactive page where the ISS Top 30 can be viewed, sorted, commented on, and where users can interact with our scouts can be viewed at:

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With the season winding down, Dylan Strome rises three positions to rank #3 in the ISS Top 30 April Release. Cape Breton’s EvgenySvechnikov and NTDP’s Jordan Greenway are the biggest gainers rising six positions from #22 to #16 and #23 to #17. Colin White, NTDP’s right winger took a fall six positions to #23.

“Svechnikov and Greenway are play making wingers”, says ISS Hockey Director of Scouting Dennis MacInnis. “Svechnikov has huge offensive upside making him a leading scorer on his team, while Greenways big body makes him win space which is an attractive asset to NHL teams.”

The complete ISS Hockey rankings, evaluations, game reports, player reports, player profiles and more are exclusively available to hockey professionals through RinkNet, ISS parent company HockeyTech’s Scouting and Player Information System. To find out more about RinkNet, please visit

About ISS Hockey

ISS Hockey (International Scouting Services) is the world’s leading independent scouting and information provider on hockey prospects. Founded in 2002, ISS is a division of HockeyTech, a worldwide leader in hockey technology, analytics and information services. ISS scouts, evaluates, analyzes and ranks players internationally on behalf of its many clients. ISS data is widely utilized in the hockey world, building an industry leading reputation for the best and most comprehensive scouting information. The key to the success of ISS is the incredible worldwide network of ISS Hockey scouts. ISS scouts are within reach of every young hockey player in the world, and attend every major hockey tournament, in addition to thousands of league games. All players that we rank will have been seen and evaluated many times by several ISS scouts.

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