Top Prospect in Next NHL Draft Makes Huge Move

Published September 27, 2023 at 6:47 PM

A major move has been made by a player who is expected to be one of the bigger names in next year's NHL draft. Cole Eiserman, who had committed to the NCAA's Minnesota Golden Gophers, has decided to leave the team after just one year.

"In terms of college hockey recruiting news, this one is seismic."

"According to sources, Cole Eiserman (Newburyport, Mass.) has informed the University of Minnesota that he's decided to decommit and would like to play college hockey closer to home." - New England Hockey Journal

The Move

After some speculation over where he would end up, Eiserman himself announced he had committed to Boston University in his home state. It also makes him teammates with Macklin Celebrini, another top name in the 2024 NHL draft.



As it stands right now, TSN's Bob McKenzie has Eiserman projected to be the number two pick next year. He's right behind Celebrini, who McKenzie believes will go first overall.
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