2 round Mock Draft!!

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  1. LaLaLaprise

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    1. Washington -- Alexander Ovechkin - LW - Dynamo (Rus)
    2. Pittsburgh -- Evgeni Malkin - C - Magnotogrsk (Rus)
    3. Chicago -- Cam Barker - D - Medicine Hat (Can)
    4. Columbus -- Andrew Ladd - LW - Calgary (Can)
    5. Phoenix -- Al Montoya - G - Michigan (Usa)
    6. NY Rangers -- Robbie Schremp - C - London (Usa)
    7. Florida -- Lauri Tukonen - RW - Espoo (Fin)
    8. Carolina -- AJ Thelen - D - Michigan State (Usa)
    9. Anaheim -- Marek Schwarz - G - Sparta (Cze)
    10. Atlanta -- Rostislav Olesz - C - HC Vitkovice (Cze)
    11. Los Angeles -- Alexander Radulov - RW - Tver (Rus)
    12. Minnesota -- Drew Stafford - RW - North Dakota (Usa)
    13. Buffalo -- Ladislav Smid - D - Librec (Cze)
    14. Edmonton -- Alexandre Picard - LW - Lewiston (Can)
    15. Nashville -- Wojtek Wolski - LW - Brampton (Can)
    16. NY Islanders -- Andrej Meszaros - D - Trencin (Svk)
    17. St. Louis -- Lauri Korpikoski - LW - Turku (Fin)
    18. Montreal -- Petteri Nokelainen - C - Saipa (Fin)
    19. Calgary -- Bruce Graham - C - Moncton (Can)
    20. Dallas -- Mike Green - D - Saskatoon (Can)
    21. Colorado -- Enver Lisin - RW - Saratov (Rus)
    22. New Jersey -- David Bolland - C - London (Can)
    23. Ottawa -- Johan Fransson - D - Lulea (Swe)
    24. NY Rangers -- Boris Valabik - D - Kitchener (Svk)
    25. Edmonton -- Kyle Chipchura - C - Price Albert (Can)
    26. Vancouver -- Travis Zajac - C - Salmon Arm (Can)
    27. Washington -- Jeff Schultz - D - Calgary (Can)
    28. San Jose -- Corey Schneider - G - Andover (Usa)
    29. Washington -- Viktor Alexandrov - RW - Novo (Rus)
    30. Tampa Bay -- Adam Pineault - RW - Boston College (Usa)


    31. Pittsburgh -- Lukas Kaspar - RW - Litvanov (Cze)
    32. Chicago -- Kirill Lyamin - D - Centreal Army (Rus)
    33. Washington -- Johannes Salmonsson - C - Djurgarden (Swe)
    34. Dallas -- Michal Vallent - G - Martin (Svk)
    35. Phoenix -- Blake Wheeler - RW - Breck USHS (Usa)
    36. NY Rangers -- Sergei Ogorodnikov - C - Tver (Rus)
    37. NY Rangers -- Devan Dubnyk - G - Kamloops (Can)
    38. Carolina -- Jakub Sindel - C - Sparta (Cze)
    39. Anaheim -- Ryan Garlock - C - Windsor (Can)
    40. Atlanta -- Kyle Wharton - D - Ottawa (Can)
    41. Chicago -- Mikhail Yunkov - C - Soviet Wings (Rus)
    42. Minnesota -- David Shantz - G - Mississauga (Can)
    43. Buffalo -- Dmitri Vorobiev - D - Lada Togliatti (Rus)
    44. Edmonton -- David Brown - G - Notre Dame (Usa)
    45. Chicago -- Roman Voloshenko - LW - Soviet Wings (Rus)
    46. NY Rangers -- Bryan Bickell - LW - Ottawa (Can)
    47. NY Islanders -- Juraj Gracik - RW - Topol (Svk)
    48. NY Rangers -- Wes O'Neill - D - Notre Dame (Can)
    49. St. Louis -- Martins Karsums - RW - Moncton (Lat)
    50. Florida -- Adam Berti - LW - Oshawa (Can)
    51. NY Rangers -- Denis Parshin - LW - Central Army (Rus)
    52. San Jose -- Grant Lewis - D - Dartmouth (Usa)
    53. Florida -- Evan McGrath - C - Kitchener (Can)
    54. Chicago -- Chad Painchaud - LW - Mississauga (Can)
    55. Colorado -- David Booth - LW - Michigan State (Usa)
    56. Dallas -- Aki Seitsonen - C - Prince Albert (Fin)
    57. Phoenix -- Sami Lepisto - D - Jokerit (Fin)
    58. Ottawa -- Vaclav Meidl - C - Plymouth (Cze)
    59. Carolina -- David Krejci - C - Kladno (Cze)
    60. Phoenix -- Kris Chucko - LW - Salmon Arm (Can)
    61. Pittsburgh -- Roman Wick - RW - Kloten (Swi)
    62. Washington -- Carl Soderberg - C - Malmo (Swe)
    63. San Jose -- Bret Carson - D - Calgary (Can)
    64. Boston -- David Schulz - D - Swift Current (Can)
    65. Tampa Bay -- Mark Fistric - D - Vancouver (Can)
     
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    Andy Rogers should make the second round.
     
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    Could Olez really fall that far?
     
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    Easily, if Slats is willing to take Schremp.
     
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    48. NY Rangers -- Wes O'Neill - D - Notre Dame (Can)


    Very bold.. I honestly don't see him maknig it past Washington at 27, 29 and 33. They are desperate for D and chances are if he's there for either of those picks they take him cause he has such hit or miss potential. They'd be happy to take a chance on him there I think.
     
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    I wqas honestly going to put Rogers in...but just ran out of picks. He most likely will be a 2nd rounder.

    Olesz is dropping because teams dont know if he will ever contribute offensivly.

    Schremp is my wild card pick. He is top 5 in skill in the draft, 1 team needs to take a chance on him and that could very likely be a team with a lot of other picks (New York).
     
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    LOL its like people are reading my mind today.

    I HAD him going #32 to WSH but changed it lol

    Washington could be a likely destination considering all their picks.

    I tend to put Project types with teams with a lot draft picks, they tend to take more chances. Like Schremp to NY and Parshin to NY. So WSH could likely take Oniel.
     
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    I'd love to have Schremp on the Rags...I'd just rather have Olez. If Olez and Ladd are off the board, I'd rather have Schremp than Stafford, Montoya or even Tukkonen.
     
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    What did you think about my other NY Ranger picks?

    6. NY Rangers -- Robbie Schremp - C - London (Usa)
    24. NY Rangers -- Boris Valabik - D - Kitchener (Svk)
    36. NY Rangers -- Sergei Ogorodnikov - C - Tver (Rus)
    37. NY Rangers -- Devan Dubnyk - G - Kamloops (Can)
    46. NY Rangers -- Bryan Bickell - LW - Ottawa (Can)
    48. NY Rangers -- Wes O'Neill - D - Notre Dame (Can)
    51. NY Rangers -- Denis Parshin - LW - Central Army (Rus)
     
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    nice job with the pens picks, but if sodenberg is available at the 61st spot, i hope they take him there and then pick up wick with the first pick in the 3rd round

    good job overall with the mock and its nice to see someone do a 2 rounder
     
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    Not bad. I really doubt that O'Neill would fall that far, but I'd love to have him. I also don't like Valabik, but he'd be a good value at #24 if he were around.
     
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    At #6, the Rangers are more likely to take Thelen or Stafford. At #24, Valabik is interesting, but, they are supposedly thinking of Wheeler at this spot. In the second round, they like both Roman Tesliuk and Grant Lewis, and also have mentioned Salmonsson as a possible target. They'd probably grab Dubnyk if he fell that far. Bickell doesn't strike me as a player they'd take.
     
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    Love the 1st pick. Not a chance they take a goalie that high, especially with Sindel and Soderberg still on the board.
     
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    even after trading cash?
     
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    No one remembers Dan Ellis and Mike Smith. And Tobias Stephan may end up better than any of them.
     
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    I know they got Turco and Ellis but after that Smith and Stephan are question marks, Why not add one more and improve you chances of one of the developing into a NHL goalie
     
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    Im sure they could take care of that in the later rounds. After all, Turco and Smith were both taken in the 5th round. The earliest I could possibly see them taking a goalie is #56, and only if one of the higher ranked guys falls.
     
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    I doubt O'Neill makes it past 43...
     
  19. Checker*

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    Shouldn't Tim Brent go somewhere in the 2nd round too most likely.
     
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    I love all three Penguins picks there, so good job!
     
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