Discussion in 'NHL Draft - Prospects' started by Lars, Feb 25, 2006.
Who would you pick and why ?
Because he's better at hockey
I pick Weber because he can do the things Jack does in a bigger frame. Durability would be a factor, and Weber has proven he can make the jump to the AHL. Jack most likely will too, but Shea Weber has already put up 12 goals, 27 points, and punished people.
Jack Johnson, easily.
The only young defenseman I'd take over Johnson is Phaneuf.
would you rather have a 2" penis or a 9" penis?
lets not go to far with this one..
I'll take JJ. Better skater, and he's got the edge when it comes to offensive upside.
Jack Johnson, and it's not even close.
Upside of Shea Webber is Adam Foote.
Upside of Jack Johnson is Chris Chelios.
Which player would you rather have early in his career?
Jack Johnson is as fast as Niedermayer, as tough as Willie Mitchell, and as offensivly gifted as Ed Jovanovski... enough said.
weber hands down. knows how to win (3 straight memorial cup appearances). tougher and he is a big strong canadian kid. weber can do it all. i have weber just a hair under phaneuf right now. jj is good and id love the canucks to have either but.... if i was forced to chose right now... today i would rather have weber.
What does his being Canadian have to do with anything?
"big strong canadian kid..."
Why did I know that this thread would have an assinine comment from you?
And I'd take Johnson. He's the better offensive player and has a real edge to his game.
what i meant by that was that he developed in the chl in canada where its a more pro like grind (72 games vs like 30 in ncaa) far more physical league. the whl churns out more stud d men than ncaa. it wasnt a canada vs us sorry if you percieved it that way. please lets not have a big can vs us thread.
well i'm from canada and i would take jj without blinking an eye.
Ok, just thought it was just another ignorant comment along the lines of me saying, "JJ because Americans are smarter hockey players."
I see your point though.
How is this even a comparison. Sheesh.
Shea Weber is my pick.