Three Kamloops Blazers, including Stankoven of Kamloops, crack NHL Central Scouting final rankings

Tyson Galloway of the Calgary Hitmen, a defenceman from Kamloops, is ranked 165th among North American skaters

Logan Stankoven of Kamloops is among three Blazers who cracked NHL Central Scoutings final rankings ahead of the 2021 NHL Draft, which is scheduled for July 23 and July 24.

Stankoven, a forward who turned 18 in February, is ranked 31st among North American skaters.

Caedan Bankier, a forward who turned 18 in January, slots in at 102nd among North American skaters, and Josh Pillar, a 19-year-old forward, is 166th among North American skaters.

Tyson Galloway of the Calgary Hitmen, a defenceman from Kamloops, is ranked 165th among North American skaters.
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