When NHL Central Scouting released its final draft rankings in early April, much of the talk was about who had vaulted from the bottom of the first round to the top, and who had made the move from the second round into the first. University of Notre Dame center Riley Sheahan's fall from fifth at the midterm to 22nd was an afterthought, a mere one-line mention in most stories. But it's difficult to ignore a plummet like that. Especially if you are Riley Sheahan.
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