The 2020 NHL Entry Draft has been scheduled for October 6th and 7th, which means it’s finally that time of the season where we can all pretend we watched hundreds of hours of Saginaw Spirit games and are acutely aware of their third-pairing defender’s strengths and weaknesses.

Don’t have the time to research this year’s draft? Have you been checked out ever since we traded a first rounder to get out from under the Marleau deal? We’ve got you covered. We’ve assembled the rankings from 11 leading draft experts to determine the consensus rankings for this year’s class:

Click here to view the expanded listing, with each expert’s individual rankings*.

*The Athletic rankings excluded in this view out of respect for their paywall

Rankings used:

Bob McKenzie (TSN)

Cam Robinson (Dobber)

Corey Pronman (The Athletic)

Craig Button (TSN)

Elite Prospects

Future Considerations

Sam Cosentino (Sportsnet)

Scott Wheeler (The Athletic)

McKeen’s Hockey

Ryan Kennedy (The Hockey News)

Will Scouch (Scouching)