For a description of the methodology in these rankings, including the Projected Peak and Statistical Comparables (courtesy of Iain Fyffe), please see the Introduction. We'll be revealing more of the Top 100 every few days leading up to the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.
Full list of Top 100 NHL Draft Prospects
51. Jeremy Boyce-Rotevall, Left Wing, Timra-SEL
Jeremy Boyce-Rotevall can sometimes get lost in the discussion amongst the top forwards coming out of Sweden, but in international play he's lined up right alongside Victor Rask and Mika Zibanejad and didn't look out of place. He's an average to solid-average skater, who accelerates well and moves his legs very quickly. Jeremy's puck skills are decentI haven't seen him show any stickhandling prowess, but he's a fine passer and I have at times seen him flash above-average distribution skills. His shot mechanics are solid, he gets the puck into shooting position very quickly and I've seen above-average finishing ability from him. His physical game at the moment is fringe, but it projects as average when he's done growing. Boyce-Rotevall is an August '93 birthdate, so being behind in the growth department isn't abnormal. His work ethic towards the physical game is solid, consistently going to the front of the net on power plays, working hard in the cycle game and showing a little edge here and there. His work ethic translates to his defensive game, where he really hustles on the backcheck. Boyce-Rotevall doesn't really stand out in any fashion of the game, but has enough tools that can or do reach pro-average that he could be a decent prospect.