JB's Mock Version 2.0

Discussion in 'Mock Drafts' started by NA Scouting, May 27, 2006.

  1. NA Scouting

    NA Scouting Registered User

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    :blues 01. Erik Johnson

    :pens 02. Nicklas Backstrom

    :hawks 03. Phil Kessel

    :caps 04. Jonathan Toews

    :bruins 05. Jordan Staal

    Columbus: 06. Peter Mueller

    NY Islanders: 07. Derick Brassard

    Phoenix: 08. Bryan Little

    Minnesota: 09. Kyle Okposo

    Florida: 10. James Sheppard

    Los Angeles: 11. Riku Helenius

    Atlanta: 12. Patrik Berglund

    Toronto: 13. Bobby Sanguinetti

    Vancouver: 14. Jiri Tlusty

    Tampa Bay: 15. Jonathan Bernier

    Montreal: 16. Michal Frolik

    Minnesota: 17. Nigel Williams

    Colorado: 18. Ty Wishart

    Anaheim: 19. Chris Stewart

    San Jose: 20. Ivan Vishnevsky

    NY Rangers: 21. Jamie McBain

    Philadelphia: 22. Jesse Joenssu

    New Jersey: 23. David Fischer

    Calgary: 24. Michael Forney

    Washington: 25. Chris Summers

    Buffalo: 26. Claude Giroux

    St.Louis: 27. Michal Grabner

    Dallas: 28. Leland Irving

    Ottawa: 29. Codey Burki

    Detroit: 30. Dennis Persson

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    St.Louis: 31. Cal Clutterback

    Pittsburgh: 32. Ben Shutron

    Chicago: 33. Ben Maxwell

    Washington: 34. Jamie McGinn

    Washington: 35. Brian Strait

    Columbus: 36. Trevor Lewis

    Anaheim: 37. Mark Mitera

    Philadelphia: 38. Tomas Marcinko

    Minnesota: 39. Nick Foligno

    Phoenix: 40. Yuri Alexandrov

    Philadelphia: 41. Ondrej Fiala

    Atlanta: 42. Tomas Kana

    Toronto: 43. Cory Emmerton

    Buffalo: 44. Joey Ryan

    Phoenix: 45. Oskar Osala

    Montreal: 46. Mike Weber

    Boston: 47. Artem Anisimov

    Colorado: 48. Alexander Vasyunov

    Washington: 49. Semen Varlamov

    San Jose: 50. John Armstrong

    NY Rangers: 51. Bryce Swan

    Philadelphia: 52. Ryan White

    New Jersey: 53. Andreas Nodl

    Calgary: 54. Carl Sneep

    Nashville: 55. Kaspars Daugavins

    Carolina: 56. Robert Nyholm

    NY Islanders: 57. Michael Ratchuk

    Chicago: 58. Riley Holzapfel

    Detroit: 59. Kirill Tulupov

    Buffalo: 60.Tony Lagerstrom
     
  2. PhoPhan

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    I'd personally go with Okposo or Tlusty before Little for Phoenix, but I love the Osala pick at 45.
     
  3. sarcastro

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    Interesting that the first round assumes the Wings win the Cup and the second assumes the Sabres win the Cup.

    Otherwise it looks like a highly possible mock draft.
     
  4. Holden Caulfield

    Holden Caulfield The Eternal Skeptic

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    Interesting, i do not hate it, but very surprising. Helenius at #11 is a stretch but might be worth it. Berglund seems high too, but with his upside i can see. Good job.
     
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    If the Kings do in fact want to get Helenius with their 1st round pick this year I would hope they would trade down into the mid 20's......because there is a very good chance he would still be on the board then and the Kings might be able to pick up a 2nd round pick in the process.
     
  6. Irish Blues

    Irish Blues Still on hiatus

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    Interesting to see people suggesting the Blues will take Grabner with the 1st-round pick from Carolina. No real opinion either way on it, just interesting that I've seen it more in the last few days than I have in all the previous mocks combined.

    But I still say the Blues will pass on Clutterbuck while there's more offensively gifted players on the board.
     
  7. katodelder

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    First mock I've seen with Frolik going to the Habs. I could see Timmins and co. doing this if he's still on the board, justifying the pick by saying they felt they got a player with "top 10" talent who fell only because he was in a bad situation in Kladno, and liking the fact that he's going to Rimouski next season.
     
  8. King'sPawn

    King'sPawn Enjoy the chaos

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    I honestly don't think Helenius will fall that far.

    And I'm really trying not to be argumentative with you ;) I just disagree.
     
  9. WILDTATE10

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    minny will take Francois Bouchard in the 2nd round since we have his bro Pierre marc and he could help us.
     
  10. kruezer

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    Forney and Sneep? Done. I like that for Calgary.
     
  11. CertifiedPublicGuin

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    I'm not typically critical of mocks because it's true anything can happen, but Shutron might be a stretch for the Pens, due to their offensive d-man depth already being set with Letang and Goligoski... but like I said, anything can happen.
     
  12. DJ Spinoza

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    Nice work. Love the Pens pick at #2. If it happened in real life I'd be happy enough not to complain about any other picks.

    I'd prefer someone else at #32 because players like Shutron are really our only area of depth in the system.
     
  13. dunwoody_joe

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    From a Thrashers perspective I like the picks of Berglund and Kana.
     
  14. HOCCA Scouting

    HOCCA Scouting Former TribalPhoenix

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    I have my doubts about the Kings picking Helenius over Frolik or Tlusty... but I just cannot see the Leafs drafting yet another defenceman in a system already plugged with them, and lacking any bonafide wingers...

    Also, how did Emmerton and Foligno fall into the second round? I'd sooner see the Leafs going after a David Kveton in the second round...
     
  15. HFNHL Canadiens

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    the Leafs won't pass on Frolik if they have a chance to get him with there pick
     
  16. Reaper45

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    I doubt that the Kings grab Helenius.
     
  17. ktf

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    The leafs also wouldn't pass on Tlusty either, especially for a d men, but good work on your mock
     
  18. Corona-12

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    Vancouver aquired Anaheim 2nd rounder on the deadline. Since the Ducks made the playoffs it was named a 2nd.
     
  19. WeSt_CoAsT_eXpReSs

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    Tlustly

    I hope the canucks could snag this guy at 14 i think he would definately surprise
     
  20. Vintage93

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    Similar to the few posts above, there is no way the leafs would pass on Tlusty especially for sanguinetti whom I think we have a minimal chance taking even if he is available.

    I love the backstrom at #2 and the drop on the staal at 5. GJ. Also, the Emmerton to TO at 43 :)
     
  21. The Mighty Duck Man

    The Mighty Duck Man R-E-L-A-X

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    Washington acquired Anaheim's second rounder for Jeff Friesen. Anaheim acquired the Isle's second rounder from Vancouver in the Keith Carney trade. Vancouver will likely get a 2007 second rounder in exchange for Carlyle.
     

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