Swedish defenseman Rasmus Dahlin (Frolunda) is the top-rated prospect on NHL Central Scouting's final ranking of worldwide skaters for the 2018 NHL Draft, while center Andrei Svechnikov of the OHL's Barrie Colts is tops among North American skaters.
Forward Andrei Svechnikov of the Barrie Colts remains the top-ranked skater in North America.
He scored 11 goals and added 54 assists in 68 games during the regular season while finishing a -18 with 53 penalty minutes. The Estevan native participated in the 2018 Sherwin-Williams CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game in January, and will compete for Team Canada in the 2018 U18 World Hockey Championships in Russian Federation beginning on Thursday morning.
McDonald caught the attention of scouts with his play after coming over to the Raiders from the Prince George Cougars in January.
Propp, who came to the Troops in a trade in October 2017, had not been ranked prior to North Bay's playoff push and some outstanding performances in a relatively short post-season.
After going undrafted previous year, Pachal established himself as a high-end defenceman with the Raiders this season.
Fellow Knight Liam Foudy is 19th on the rankings list, Alec Regula is 72nd, Billy Moskal is 99th and Nathan Dunkley, who had 21 goals and 57 points in 60 games split between Kingston and London, is 109th.
It's Dahlin that's expected to go first overall in the National Hockey League draft, which will be held at American Airlines Center in Dallas from June 22-23.