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Seider Headlines Penguins' Mid-Season Prospect Review

With future franchise centre Jack Hughes ineligible having played 57 EHEC games (he'd be the clear #1 on this list if he were), it's German defenseman Moritz Seider that currently holds the mantle of Pittsburgh's #1 prospect.

The Penguins' top-10 prospects have received a significant injection of talent since last off-season, with eight of the ten players on the list (plus Hughes) coming into the organization in either the 2019 draft or in trades since then.

10. D Anttoni Honka
Drafted: 3rd round (74th overall) by COL, 2019

Acquired as an additional piece in the recent Hunter Shinkaruk / Mitch Marner trade, Honka is a small defenseman with solid offensive skills, but who is very limited defensively. He'll likely need to get stronger and his defensive game will need to improve more than expected if he is to take a regular shift in the EHEC, but his strong skating and puck moving ability gives him some solid upside if he can develop.

Potential: #6 defenseman / PP specialist
Likeliness to reach potential: D


9. G Mads Sogaard
Drafted: 3rd round (89th overall) by PIT, 2019

The first thing you notice about Sogaard is that he's enormous. The 2019 third-round pick stands a whopping 6-foot-7, giving him the ability to cover a lot of net. Beyond that, Sogaard is a fairly average netminder with average to slightly above average consistency. He's likely to end up as a reliable backup, perhaps a low-end starter on a team with a poor goaltending situation.
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TEAM INFORMATION
General Manager Trevor Cook
Hired July 2016
AHL Affiliate Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins
Stadium PPG Paints Arena
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TEAM HISTORY
Season
GP
W
L
OTL
PTS
Result
09/10
82
39
35
8
86
Did Not Qualify
10/11
82
54
25
3
111
Lost in SCF
11/12
82
54
19
9
117
Lost in ECF
12/13
82
58
22
2
118
Won Stanley Cup
13/14
82
55
22
5
115
Won Stanley Cup
14/15
82
50
27
5
105
Lost in WCF
15/16
82
47
26
9
103
Lost in ECQF
16/17
82
52
23
7
111
Lost in ECF
17/18
82
30
42
10
70
Did Not Qualify
18/19
82
33
37
12
78
Did Not Qualify
DRAFT PICKS OWNED
Year
Picks Owned
2020
MTL 1, PIT 1; NJ 2, PIT 2; MTL 5, PIT 5.
2021
CHI 2, PIT 2; PIT 3; EDM 4, PIT 4; NYR 5, PIT 5.
2022
PIT 1; DAL 2, PIT 2; PIT 3; PIT 4; PIT 5.
2023
PIT 1; PIT 2; PIT 3; PIT 4; PIT 5.
2024
PIT 1; PIT 2; PIT 3; PIT 4; PIT 5.

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