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Which NHL players were signed at age 18 without playing a single game in the AHL?

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2015-10-20 22:21:18
2015-10-20 22:21:18
A lot of players were signed at 18 and never played in the AHL. Usually It Happens To The Top 3 Picks. Connor Mcdavid Was Picked 1st Overall And Now Plays In The NHL With The Edmonton Oliers. 2nd Was Jack Eichel, It Was Drafted 2nd Overall By The Buffalo Sabres And Now Is In The NHL Already With More Than 2 Goals. I Dont Know What Happened To Dylan Strome (Third Overall) But I Think He's In The NHL Too.
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