Draft 2000-2003, top 10 d-men

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  1. Mtl6

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    I would like to know who would be your top ten d-men in the last 4 drafts.
     
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    2. Rostislav Klesla
    3. Jay Bouwmeester
    4. Dan Hamhuis
    5. Ryan Suter
    6. Dion Phaneuf
    7. Denis Grebeshkov
    8. Mike Komisarek
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    1. Joni Pitkanen
    2. Jay Bouwmeester
    3.Rostislav Klesla
    4.Ryan Whitney
    5.Dan Hamhuis
    6. Ryan Suter
    7. Dion Phaneuf
    8. Mike Komisarek
    9. Braydon Coburn
    10. Fedor Tjutin
     
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  4. Prucha73

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    What about Fedor Tyutin and Ryan Whitney?
     
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    3. Klesla
    4. Hamhuis
    5. Suter
    6. Komisarek
    7. Phaneuf
    8. Eminger
    9. Coburn
    10. Grebeshkov
     
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    no love for Tyutin :shakehead
     
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    If I expanded my list to a top 15, Tyutin would be there, along with Whitney, Volchenkov, Colaiacovo, and Babchuk.
     
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    They are neither Canadian, nor drafted by Canadian teams. ;)

    .......I have :bow: Whitney at 4 and FT at 9.
     
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    Whitney at 4? Good one.
     
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    3. Hamhuis
    4. Volchenkov
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    6. Phaneuf
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    8. Suter
    9. Coburn
    10. Eminger
     
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    Why not? Tied for most assists and second in points by dmen in the ahl playoffs. Seeing that he he came straight from BU to the AHL playoffs is pretty good. Sound defensively(honestly cant belive defense was a knock on him after seeing him play), skates as well as any big man i have seen in a while, and is as described when it comes to him with the puck. Was #5 pick in 02', so why couldnt he be at #4?
     
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    may not be #4, but definitely top 10. he's playing awesome in the AHL playoffs right now too.
     
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    Tyutin should be top 5, he is about the only one to prove something in the NHL, the rest haven't.
     
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    Pens are going to be stacked on the blueline, who cares about people's lame lists?

    They can put Whitney at #100 for all I care, doesn't mean a damn thing.

    99% of these people make these lists and are lucky if they saw 1 or 2 of these guys play.
     
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    Tyutin is top-15, but there are so many good ones it's going to be impossible to make a top-10 everyone is happy with. I think Martin deserves to be up there, but I know no one will have him, so I don't fret about it.
     
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    1. Joni Pitkanen
    2. Jay Bouwmeester
    3. Dan Hamhuis
    4. Rostislav Klesla
    5. Anton Volchenkov
    6. Mike Komisarek
    7. Dion Phaneuf
    8. Ryan Suter
    9. Denis Grebeshkov
    10. Fedor Tyutin
     
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    1. Ryan Whitney
    2. Brooks Orpik
    3. Noah Welch
    4. Ondrej Nemec
    5. Daniel Fernholm
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    8. Ryan Lannon
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    -6. Joni Pitkanen
    -4.3 million. Mike Komisarek
     
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    No love for Lupy and Malenkykh...man...
     
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    Martin, Volchenkov, and Morrison have showed they deserve to be higher than Tyutin? :dunno: Tyutin showed flashes of brilliance this year! Next to Pitkanen and Bouwmeester, whose shown that? :dunno:
     
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    1. Dean Youngblood
    2. Gordon Bombay
    3. Stevie Weeks
    4. Connor Banks
    5. Gunner Stahl
    6. Ms. Mcgill
    7. Clarence "Screaming Buffalo" Swamptown
    8. Killer Carlson
    9. Ogie Oglethorpe
    10. Kenny Woo
     
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    To say Volchenkov hasn't shown flashes of brilliance is wrong, the Guy is a rock and is as tough as nails whose excellent open ice hitting has continuely drawn comparisons to Scott Stevens. We kept a spattracker on the sens board of people he had sent flying. If we want to start talking about what else he's done he did score the goal that won the world juniors as well. He has a very underrated offensive game. On the downside I think everyone on the Ottawa board agrees that he needs to work on his conditioning, this season was a right off due to injury.
     
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    3. Hamhuis
    4. Eminger
    5. Klesla
    6. Phaneuf
    7. Coburn
    8. Volchenkov
    9. Suter
    10. Tuytin
     
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    This is my exact list except lower Volchenkov and add Tyutin instead of Eminger, other then that it's a good list.
     
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    Don't you think Komisarek deserves a place in the top ten?
     
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    6. Ryan Suter
    7. Barydin Coburn
    8. Fedor Tjutin
    9. Denis Gebeshkov
    10. Mike Komisarek
     
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