Alec Dillon (Victoria Grizzlies BCHL)
Playing in the BCHL, Alec Dillon has been very impressive in the 20 games (2.47 GAA, .918 Save Percentage) that he has played for the Victoria Grizzlies. Even though Dillon was ranked no. 26 in CSSs midterm rankings, he is a tall (64.75″) and lanky netminder that NHL teams would absolutely covet. Despite the fact that Dillon has a frame to fill out, the upside for the young netminder cannot be mistaken by anyone. According to Robert Ward a scout for the New York Islanders Dillon has good hands and rebound control but could use a little bit of work on his lateral movements. Dillon will certainly have aspects of his game that he will have to fine tune over the next several years, but if the goalie continues his solid play with the Grizzlies for the remainder of the BCHL hockey season, then the big goaltender will likely be a very good darkhorse option for hockey fans to follow coming into draft day.