The Boston Bruins are four wins away from reaching the NHL mountaintop.
But if they want to stay there, finding strong talent in the draft is a good place to start.
The 2019 NHL Draft is less than a month away -- June 21 in Vancouver -- and the Bruins will have either the No. 30 or No. 31 pick pending their result in the Stanley Cup Final against the St. Louis Blues.
Jack Hughes and Kaapo Kakko are virtual locks to be the top two picks, but there's a lot more uncertainty after that, especially near the end of the first round.
Which prospects could the Bruins target? To get a sense of who's in the mix, we've combed through a few NHL mock drafts to see who the analysts have the Bruins taking in the first round.
JOE HAGGERTY, NBC SPORTS BOSTON -- ALEX VLASIC
Position/Shot: Defenseman, Left
Height/Weight: 6-foot-6, 198 pounds
Last played for: U.S. National Team Development Program
Vlasic has good hockey genes; his cousin is San Jose Sharks defenseman Marc-Edouard Vlasic and his sister, Emma, is a senior forward and captain at Yale. He also stands at 6-foot-6, so if the Bruins are looking ahead to life without 6-foot-9 defenseman Zdeno Chara, Vlasic might be worth considering.
SAMMI SILBER, NBC SPORTS WASHINGTON -- ALEX VLASIC
The Bruins don't have a pressing need at defenseman with Charlie McAvoy and Brandon Carlo in the fold, but Vlasic has been tied to Boston in a couple mock drafts. The 17-year-old boasts plenty of upside and will play at Boston University this fall, so there's a local tie here, too.
STEVE KOURNIANOS, THEDRAFTANALYST.COM -- RYAN JOHNSON
Position/Shot: Defenseman, Left
Height/Weight: 6-foot-0, 161 pounds
Last played for: Sioux Falls Stampede, USHL
Another left-shot defenseman, Johnson doesn't boast Vlasic's size but still plays a physical game. He also has experience in big moments, tallying eight points in 12 playoff games to help lead Sioux Falls to this year's USHL championship.
DAVE STEVENSON, FANSIDED -- PAVEL DOROFEYEV
Position/Shot: Left Wing/Right Wing, Left
Height/Weight: 6-foot-0, 163 pounds
Last played for: Stalnye Lisy Magnitogorsk, MHL
Dorofeyev would need time to develop, but the upside is there: The Russia native racked up 31 points on 17 goals and 14 assists in 19 MHL games this past season while earning a spot in the MHL All-Star Game. He could be an intriguing project for the B's at the end of the first round.
BILL PLACZEK, DRAFTSITE.COM -- BOBBY BRINK
Position/Shot: Right Wing, Right
Height/Weight: 5-foot-10, 163 pounds
Last played for: Sioux City Musketeers, USHL
Brink blew up for the Musketeers this season, winning USHL Forward of the Year honors after tallying 68 points (35 goals, 33 assists) in 43 games. The Minnesota native is headed to the University of Denver next season but appears to be developing into a strong offensive talent.
CHRIS RYAN, NJ.COM -- PHILIP TOMASINO
Position/Shot: Center, Right
Height/Weight: 6-foot-10, 181 pounds
Last played for: Niagara Ice Dogs, OHL
An excellent skater with strong hands and proven play-making ability, Tomasino is another offensive-minded forward who put up 34 goals and 38 assists in 67 games for the Ice Dogs this season. The B's took three centers in last year's draft, though, so Tomasino would be entering a crowded space here.
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