Goldsmith cracks the list on NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings
Terrell Goldsmith is one of 54 WHL players named to the NHL Central Scouting Final Rankings ahead of the NHL Entry Draft. Goldsmith was ranked 180th among North American skaters. The final rankings were issued on Tuesday by the NHL Central Scouting Service.
In the 2022-23 regular season, Goldsmith dressed in 58 games, registering three goals and six assists. The 6’4, 223 pound defenceman scored his first career game-winning goal on January 14th in overtime against the Edmonton Oil Kings.
In 119 career WHL games, the Fort St. James, BC product has seven goals and eight assists for 15 points. On the defensive side of the puck, the big rig is well known by opposing teams for his bone crushing hits and physicality to put an end to an offensive chance.
Goldsmith is the lone Raider to be ranked this year ahead of the NHL Entry Draft. If he hears his name called at the draft on June 29th in Nashville, he will be the first Raider since Nolan Allan in 2021 to be drafted.
In the last 10 years dating back to 2013, a total of 13 Raiders have been selected at the NHL Entry Draft. You can view the entire history of Raiders selected in the NHL Entry Draft here: Raider Draft History