The International Scouting Services released their final rankings for the 2014 NHL Entry Draft with little change at the top.
Sam Reinhart is the man the Florida Panthers will select with the first overall pick on June 27 in Philadelphia according to ISS.
Reinhart, a centre for the Kootenay Ice of the Western Hockey League, tallied 36 goals and 69 assists for 105 points in 60 games last year. He picked up 23 points in just 13 games in the Ice's playoff run.
Barrie Colts defenceman Aaron Ekblad is second on the list and may be on the Buffalo Sabres' radar. Ekblad had 23 goals alongside 30 assists for 53 points this past season in the Ontario Hockey League.
Michael Dal Colle resides in the third spot and is one of purest goal scorers in this draft. The forward had 39 goals and 56 assists for 95 points in 67 games with the Oshawa Generals of the OHL this season. The Edmonton Oilers own the third pick
Sam Bennett of the Kingston Frontenacs and William Nylander of Modo in Sweden round out the top five.
Thatcher Demko of Boston College is ranked as the top goaltender.
Click here to see the ISS rankings .