The Calgary Flames have built their forward lines primarily through the first round. But 2016 second round pick Dillon Dube may have something to say about that.
When we last checked in
Looking to build off of an injury ravaged draft + 1 season, Dube made the most of his final WHL season, becoming the focal point of the Kelowna Rockets. He was also trusted to do the same for Team Canada at the World Juniors, captaining the country to a gold medal. Really, the only low point was a disappointing playoff exit, but that criticism can apply to the entire Rockets team.