NHL scouts had more than a dozen quality 2014 draft-eligible players to evaluate at the World Junior Championships in Malmo, Sweden. In historic terms, 12 or more prospects at the tournament can be categorized as Christmas miracles.
The World Junior Championships are normally dominated by 19-year-old players. The older kids are bigger, faster and more developed, and that is reflected in the results. It's unusual for even one underage player to have a significant impact in a normal year.
At least 10 younger players impressed at the World Junior tournament. Here's the stock watch on the top 2014 draft prospects who were in Malmo, Sweden.