Who Are the Top Five Minnesota Wild Prospects for 2020-2021?

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4. Adam Beckman (LW)

Spokane Chiefs, Adam Beckman (Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images)

There have been few more enjoyable things to watch this season than with how dominant Adam Beckman has been in the WHL. In Sixty-Three games this season, he had One Hundred and Seven Points: Forty-Eight Goals and Fifty-Nine Assists. Good enough to be the top scorer in the WHL.

This offseason, the 2019 3rd Round Pick signed his Entry-Level Contract. So he’s ready for the NHL, right?

Pump the brakes. While I’m incredibly excited about Beckman’s rise to the NHL, it’s widely unlikely he joins the Wild this season. Because of his age (18), he doesn’t qualify to play in the AHL. So, he will either play for the NHL or the WHL next season. Unless he’s absolutely dominant, he’ll likely spend the next season in Junior Hockey.

Still, let us enjoy the 6′ 1″, 180lb’s highlights:

How about a Teddy Bear Toss Goal?

And a highlight package for the Bob Clarke Trophy Winner?

Can’t wait for the young winger to continue to develop.

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