June 10, 2004
2004 NHL Draft Prospect Profile

Inside College Hockey will profile some of the best NHL Draft-eligible college players between now and when their names will be called, June 26-27 in Raleigh, N.C. Check back often to get the scoop on where you can expect your favorite players to go on draft day.

6-3 | 190

2003-04 Statistics: 34 GP, 3-22—25

Central Scouting: 21st among North American skaters
The Hockey News: 92nd

Background: Stepped in as a freshman and became not only Dartmouth's top defenseman, but one of the best in the ECAC.

Scout's Take: "Not to say that he came out of nowhere, but Grant Lewis didn’t have as much attention playing in Pittsburgh as some of these guys on the U.S. Under-18 and Under-17 teams.

“He had a very good year at Dartmouth. He’s a competitor. He’s really one of those guys who battles, finishes his checks, clears space in front of his goaltender and blocks shots. He put up good numbers offensively, but I think of him more as a competitive, defensive defenseman.”

Projection: Likely a second- or third-round selection

"Scout's Take" is Inside College Hockey's exclusive evaluation of the player from one or more NHL scouts. Scouts were granted anonymity in exchange for their candor.

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