1990 NHL Entry draft REDONE

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  1. ktownhockey

    ktownhockey Registered User

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    Actual Picks: 1990 Entry Draft
    1) QUE - Owen Nolan
    2) VAN - Petr Nedved
    3) DET - Keith Primeau
    4) PHI - Mike Ricci
    5) PIT - Jaromir Jagr
    6) NYI - Scott Scissons
    7) LA - Darryl Sydor
    8) MIN - Derrian Hatcher
    9) WSH - John Slaney
    10) TOR - Drake Berehowsky
    11) CGY - Trevor Kidd
    12) MON - Turner Stevenson
    13) NYR - Michael Stewart
    14) BUF - Brad May
    15) HAR - Mark Greig
    16) CHI - Karl Dykhuis
    17) EDM - Scott Allison
    18) VAN - Shawn Antoski
    19) WIN - Keith Tkachuk
    20) NJ - Martin Brodeur
    21) BOS - Bryan Smolinski


    MY PICKS:
    1) QUE - Martin Brodeur
    2) VAN - Jaromir Jagr
    3) DET - Keith Tkachuk
    4) PHI - Owen Nolan
    5) PIT - Petr Bondra
    6) NYI - Darrien Hatcher
    7) LA - Doug Weight
    8) MIN - Keith Primeau
    9) WSH - Alex Zhamnov
    10) TOR - Mike Ricci
    11) CGY - Petr Nedved
    12) MON - Robert Lang
    13) NYR - Craig Conroy
    14) BUF - Geoff Sanderson
    15) HAR - Slava Kozlov
    16) CHI - Mikael Renberg
    17) EDM - Sergei Zubov
    18) VAN - Darryl Sydor
    19) WIN - Alex Karpotsev
    20) NJ - Bryan Smolinski
    21) BOS - Ken Klee

    this draft was actually a pretty good draft compared to 88, 89
    10 Guys that were picked in the first round in the actual list made it to my first round... opposed to 88 - 6 , 89 - 7

    good crop of players.....

    let me know
    or do your own. and we'll argue :dunno:
     
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    So you wouldn't pick Nolan in the first round?
     
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    owen nolan is missing from your new list. has to be in the top 10 imo.
     
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    Karpotsev over Sydor and Potvin? No chance dude
     
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    Jagr has to be first overall.
     
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    Heck no. I would take Martin over Jaromir any day. I don't even think it's close.
     
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    WOW Krapotsev infront of home town kid Darryl Sydor? :lol
     
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    Agreed 100%
     
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    Its definetly close........ Jagr is probably the best offensive talent the NHL has seen since Gretz and Mario.

    Brodeur probably would go first though, based on the team picking first and the goalies they had at that point.
     
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    What about Owen Nolon???

    He should be in the top ten
     
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    this would be my 1st round if doing it over again:

    1. Martin Brodeur
    2. Jaromir Jagr
    3. Petr Bondra
    4. Derian Hatcher
    5. Keith Tkachuk
    6. Owen Nolan
    7. Doug Weight
    8. Robert Lang
    9. Keith Primeau
    10. Mike Ricci
    11. Sergei Zubov
    12. Petr Nedved
    13. Darryk Sydor
    14. Alexei Zhamnov
    15. Craig Conroy
    16. Jiri Slegr
    17. Geoff Sanderson
    18. Slava Kozlov
    19. Bryan Smolinski
    20. Mikael Renberg
    21. Felix Potvin
     
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    3 years ago, noone would have picked Brodeur over Jagr.
     
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    You're very correct. Most people seem to have forgotten just how dominant he really was.
     
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    Three years ago Brodeur wasn't the best goaltender in hockey. I am sure alot of people would pick Patrick Roy or Dominik Hasek(the guys who were the best at the time) over Jagr.
     
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    When everyone in this draft is retired, and their careers may be reflected upon without the bias of present day happenings affecting said evaluation, Jagr will be almost unanimously viewed as the best player of this draft class.
     
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    Pretty bold statement considering Brodeur is on the upswing and Jagr is on the downward spiral. I highly doubt Jagr will be the hands down best player of this draft when he will spend the rest of his prime years playing on weak ranger teams while Brodeur will break Roy's records.
     
  17. ktownhockey

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    haha iam an idiot.. i do these at work real quick when iam bored... i just added Nolan sorry
     
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    Jagr over Brodeur. Period.

    Jagr can produce in any situation.
    Put Brodeur on a team that isn't the devils, he is still a great goalie. But not elite. Brodeur is the most overrated player in the game right now. Luongo definately should have gotten the Vezina this year, Marty didn't deserve it one bit.

    If you look at the quality of shots Brodeur faces during any given game, you'll see why his GAA is as low as it has been. If you face 2-3 real scoring chances a game, you aren't going to have many goals allowed by the end of the season. Stopping 18 shots from the blueline a night doesn't make you a spectacular goalie. Everyone in the NHL knows it.
     
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    Totally agree, its too hard to judge this until everyone has packed it in. Lokk at a guy like Primeau who may be really coming on later in his career. Its just too hard to say at this time although i would say Jagr over Brodeur right now.
     
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    had jagr continued his pace from his first 11 seasons, i think he wins out against brodeur. but dipping so dramatically at age 30 cannot be seen as a good thing. brodeur is still his amazing self, which gives him the edge.
     
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    Agreed! I'd still go with Brodeur number 1...
     
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    What a jump for Peter Bondra, absolute steal in the 8th round
     
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    I kno he's had an incredible career.. I wonder why he went that low?
    no exposure?
     
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    Back then it was just after 1989 and I think many players didnt come to USA to play. They scouted him at one game and then he was talked with by an agent from WSH. Then they drafted him and you know the rest.
     
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    Jagr over Bordeur in my opinion. I'll start a poll.
     
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