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  1. Malakian#13

    Malakian#13 Registered User

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    1. NYI ( 2.1%) - Sidney Crosby
    2. LAK ( 4.3%) - Gilbert Brule
    3. Pit ( 6.7%) - Anze Kopitar
    4. Stl ( 2.4%) - Jack Johnson
    5. Car ( 4.9%) - Benoit Pouliot
    6. Ana ( 5.1%) - Marek Zagrapan
    7. Van ( 2.7%) - Bobby Ryan
    8. CBJ ( 8.3%) - Branden Mikkelsson
    9. Chi ( 6.1%) - Jack Skille
    10. NJD ( 3.2%) - Ryan O'Marra
    11. NYR ( 10.0%) - Alex Bourett
    12. SJS ( 3.7%) - Carey Price
    13. Nsh ( 7.7%) - Tuuka Rask
    14. Edm ( 8.3%) - Mark Staal
    15. Min ( 9.1%) - Luc Bourdon
    16. Tam ( 5.0%) - Martin Hanzal
    17. Ott ( 5.3%) - Guillaume Latendresse
    18. Atl ( 11.1%) - Nicklas Bergfors
    19. Cgy ( 12.5%) - Jakub Kindl
    20. Phx ( 14.3%) - Brian Lee
    21. Buf ( 25.0%) - Ryan Parent
    22. Tor ( 11.1%) - Matt Niskanen
    23. Det ( 12.5%) - Jakub Vojta
    24. Dal ( 14.3%) - Devin Setoguchi
    25. Wsh ( 16.7%) - Slava Truhno
    26. Phi ( 20.0%) - Kenndal MacArdle
    27. Fla ( 25.0%) - Matheiu Roy
    28. Bos ( 33.3%) - Andrew Cogliano
    29. Col ( 50.0%) - Jean-Phillipe Lavasseur
    30. Mtl (100.0%) - Ryan Stoa
     
  2. The Mighty Duck Man

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

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    Marek Zag-what now? The Ducks would easily take Bobby Ryan or even Marc Staal over him.

    San Jose and Nashville would also almost certainly not take a goalie.
     
  3. Malakian#13

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    sorry i hate the ducks ..

    I like Marek Zag though
     
  4. Tap on the Ankle

    Tap on the Ankle expert analysis

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    Nice mock. I'll do one too.

    1. Van (2.1%) -- Sidney Crosby
    2. Buf (6.4%) -- Jack Johnson
    3. Min (4.5%) -- Benoit Pouliot
    4. Phi (2.4%) -- Bobby Ryan
    5. Car (4.9%) -- Gilbert Brule
    6. Tam (2.6%) -- Anze Kopitar
    7. Pit (7.9%) -- Jack Skille
    8. Bos (2.9%) -- Marc Staal
    9. CBJ (8.8%) -- Carey Price
    10. NJD (3.2%) -- Marek Zagrapan
    11. Ott (3.3%) -- Martin Hanzal
    12. Chi (6.9%) -- Ryan O'Marra
    13. Ana (7.4%) -- Alex Bourret
    14. Edm (8.0%) -- Luc Bourdon
    15. Tor (4.3%) -- Niklas Bergfors
    16. LAK (9.1%) -- Tuukka Rask
    17. NYR (15.0%) -- Jakub Kindl
    18. Wsh (5.9%) -- Guillaume Latendresse
    19. Atl (12.5%) -- Ryan Stoa
    20. SJS (7.1%) -- Devin Setoguchi
    21. Fla (7.7%) -- Ryan Parent
    22. Col (8.3%) -- Brendan Mikkelson
    23. Cgy (18.2%) -- Matt Lashoff
    24. Phx (22.2%) -- Michael Blunden
    25. Det (14.3%) -- Dan Bertram
    26. Mtl (16.7%) -- Kenndal McArdle
    27. Nsh (40.0%) -- Andrew Colgiano
    28. NYI (33.3%) -- Brian Lee
    29. Stl (50.0%) -- Jakub Vojta
    30. Dal (100.0%) -- Mikko Lehtonen
     
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    Im not too sure that picking a high schooler from Minnesota will really be Phoenix's strategy in the first round every year , but who knows? :(
     
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    1. Pit ( 6.3%) - Sidney Crosby
    2. Ana ( 4.4%) - Jack Johnson
    3. Phx ( 4.7%) - Benoit Pouliot
    4. Cgy ( 4.9%) - Gilbert Brule
    5. Buf ( 7.7%) - Bobby Ryan
    6. Wsh ( 2.8%) - Anze Kopitar
    7. LAK ( 5.7%) - Carey Price
    8. NJD ( 3.0%) - Jack Skille
    9. Van ( 3.1%) - Marek Zagrapkan
    10. Edm ( 6.5%) - Alex Bourret
    11. Dal ( 3.4%) - Marc Staal
    12. Chi ( 7.1%) - Tuukka Rask
    13. Col ( 3.8%) - Martin Hanzal
    14. Nsh ( 8.0%) - Ryan O'Marra
    15. Atl ( 8.7%) - Guillame Latendresse
    16. CBJ ( 14.3%) - Ryan Parent
    17. Car ( 11.1%) - Brendan Mikkelsson
    18. Mtl ( 6.3%) - Luc Bourdon
    19. NYR ( 20.0%) - Niklas Bergfors
    20. NYI ( 8.3%) - Devin Setoguchi
    21. Ott ( 9.1%) - Kenndal McArdle
    22. Min ( 20.0%) - Jakub Kindl
    23. Bos ( 12.5%) - Radek Smolenak
    24. Fla ( 14.3%) - Matt Lashoff
    25. Phi ( 16.7%) - Dan Bertram
    26. SJS ( 20.0%) - Ryan Stoa
    27. Tor ( 25.0%) - Ondrej Pavelec
    28. Tam ( 33.3%) - Sasha Pokulok
    29. Stl ( 50.0%) - Dustin Kohn
    30. Det (100.0%) - Risto Korhonen
     
  7. Anthony Mauro

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    I think you'll see a Joe Finley go before a Pokulok. Finley brings a known physical game, while Pokulok is laid back. Does a team wanna roll dice on a future Chara(Finley) or Rathje(Pokulok)? But other than that pretty good list with some surprises and some safe choices, which is usually what happens. After getting the shaft and picking 19, Bergfors is definately a huge pick-up for the Rangers that late. Pavelec may be too low, he's gaining huge momentum with tremendous hype.

    Good call on Smolenak, all it seems that is missing from him is strength which comes with time. Definately a candidate to break out and make 29 GM's kick themselves. Can skate, dangle, shoot, make dmen look silly on one on ones. Not a fan of Kohn but don't know what the real people in the biz think of him. Kindl is a damn mystery, he could go as high as top 15 or drop as low as 40-50 I think.
     
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    Here's mine:
    1. Pit ( 6.3%)- Sidney Crosby
    2. Nsh ( 4.4%)- Gilbert Brule
    3. CBJ ( 7.0%)- Jack Johnson
    4. Ana ( 5.0%)- Benoit Pouliot
    5. Phx ( 5.3%)- Bobby Ryan
    6. Mtl ( 2.8%)- Anze Kopitar
    7. Edm ( 5.7%)- Jack Skille
    8. Car ( 6.1%)- Marc Staal
    9. Buf ( 9.7%)- Luc Bourdon
    10. Wsh ( 3.6%)- Guillame Latendresse
    11. Min ( 7.4%)- Ryan O'Marra
    12. Ott ( 4.0%)- Alex Bourret
    13. Van ( 4.2%)- Marek Zagrapan
    14. SJS ( 4.3%)- Ryan Parent
    15. Tor ( 4.5%)- Martin Hanzal
    16. LAK ( 9.5%)- Carey Price
    17. Col ( 5.3%)- Kendall McCardell
    18. Chi ( 11.1%)- Devin Setoguchi
    19. Tam ( 6.3%)- Tuuka Rask
    20. NYR ( 20.0%)- Niclas Bergfors
    21. Bos ( 8.3%)- Matt Lashoff
    22. Atl ( 18.2%)- Slava Trunkho
    23. Fla ( 11.1%)- Chris Durand
    24. Det ( 12.5%)- Andrew Cogliano
    25. Phi ( 14.3%)- Ryan Stoa
    26. Stl ( 16.7%)- Jakub Kindl
    27. Cgy ( 40.0%)- Dan Bertram
    28. NYI ( 33.3%)- Brian Lee
    29. NJD ( 50.0%)- Brendan Mikkelson
    30. Dal (100.0%)- Risto Korhonen
     
  9. Ogopogo*

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    Gilbert Brule is overrated. I saw him play against Kelowna in the playoffs this year and he is quite a dirty player. He is decent offensively but not a star. I don't think he will make a major impact in the NHL. He will be a 3rd or 4th liner.
     
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    I like this pick

    Here's mine
    1.Carolina - Sidney Crosby
    2.New-York - Jack Johnson
    3.Anaheim - Benoit Pouliot
    4.Florida - Bobby Ryan
    5.Long-Island - Gilbert Brule
    6.Tampa - Anze Kopitar
    7.Phoenix - Marc Staal
    8.Atlanta - Guillaume Latendresse
    9.Columbus - Luc Bourdon
    10.Buffalo - Jack Skille
    11.Toronto - Marek Zagrapan
    12.Calgary - Carey Price
    13.Boston - Ryan O'Mara
    14.San-Jose - Alex Bourret
    15.Los-Angeles - Tuukka Rask
    16.Philadelphia - Martin Hanzal
    17.Washington - Nicklas Bergfors
    18.Montreal - Ryan Parent
    19.Chicago - Kenndal McArdle
    20.Ottawa - Dan Bertram
    21.Pittsburgh - Matt Lashoff
    22.Vancouver - Ryan Stoa
    23.Detroit - Andrew Cogliano
    24.New-Jersey - Jakub Kindl
    25.Colorado - Devin Setoguchi
    26.St-Louis - Brian Lee
    27.Edmonton - Scott Jackson
    28.Dallas - Brendan Mikkelson
    29.Minnissota - Jean-Philippe Levasseur
    30.Nashville - Michael Blunden
     
  11. The Mighty Duck Man

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    Anaheim will probably take Ryan over Pouliot because he's a power-forward winger, but I've seen many, many worse picks. Nice job overall, though.
     
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    I dont think the devils would take Zagrapan over Bourret, O'Marra, or Bourdon. . No offense to Marek, but he is not strong, brave, and does not play good d. He doesnt fit the devils very well. But any of the other 3 are either strong overall, strong, or solid picks. Zagrapan does not seem as "sure fire" as the other 3. I think that Pit would not pick skille. I think that they are a team to go after a flashy playmaker like Zags before a two-way player. Other than that, real good job. With this list, the only other things i might change is latendresse to New York before the pick Kindl. They seem to like big forwards.
     
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    He was injured during the games in Kelowna in the playoffs. Brule does have a chippy side, but he is cleaner than many players in the NHL. Brule will be a second liner in the NHL.
     
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    I like everyone the Isles have picked in these mocks. Pretty much, the Isles need prospects at every position except goalie, so any of those picks are excellent. Im hoping they draft in the teens..cause I really would love Bourret in an Isles jersey.
     
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    Benoit Pouliot is a power-forward winger as well.
     
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    Really? I heard he was more of a skill guy, and a center to boot. Well, he'd be a good pick too, I guess, but I don't like him a whole heck of a lot. I don't like the fact that he couldn't make it to the OHL till this year. Reminds me of Andrew Ladd and Travis Zajac, who I also don't like.
     
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    Benoit Pouliot is not a power forward. He may have a PF height, but he's rail thin and doesn't dominate with pure strength like Ryan. He's a finesse C, LW who's silky smooth like LeCavalier. It's not that he couldn't make it to the O this year. There were two situations that held him back playing for Hawkesbury, but the talent and absolute want by Sudbury was there. Not being able to "make" the OHL is an overused and wrong assumption that people make.

    Don't know what Travis you see, but Zajac's awesome...really nice pick by NJ.
     
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    I just don't like him. I'm not a fan of any BCHL/AJHL/SJHL, etc. players, even if they are just waiting to get into college. Just something about him I'm not a fan of at all.

    I also don't like Kris Chuko. Maybe Sutter knows something I don't, but I think he's going to be nothing more than a decent 3rd liner at best.
     
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    Pit would probably pick Johnson over Kopitar.
     
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    i thought the worst pick that the Penguins could have is #2 overall because they finsihed last place last season. That's the way it always worked out in the past with the lottery.
     
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    Since there was no season in 2004-2005, this lottery is totally different than the standard lottery. Although it is weighted towards teams that did not make the playoffs for the three most-recent seasons, every team in the NHL has a shot at getting the coveted number one pick. While not likely (since it has the maximum three balls in the hopper), Pittsburgh could wind up picking dead last.
     
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    Oh. :eek: The thing I was reading said he was a power forward. But he is a winger.
     
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    Yea I guess he's versatile. At the top prospects game he was taking draws so I listed him as C. I'm not sure how where he fits in tho. Do you want a Vinny type center or ___ type of winger. Honestly cant think of a nhl winger like him rite now
     
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    I'm going to try again:
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    1. Boston- Sidney Crosby
    2. Dallas- Jack Johnson
    3. Vancouver- Gilbert Brule
    4. Anaheim- Bobby Ryan
    5. Phoenix- Benoit Pouliot
    6. Montreal- Anze Kopitar
    7. Los Angeles- Jack Skille
    8. Atlanta- Marc Staal
    9. Toronto- Guillame Latendresse
    10. Buffalo- Luc Bourdon
    11. Columbus- Alex Bourret
    12. Carolina- Marek Zagrapan
    13. NY Rangers- Ryan O'Marra
    14. Chicago- Martin Hanzal
    15. Pittsburgh- Kendall McCardell
    16. Minnesota- Tuuka Rask
    17. Nashville- Carey Price
    18. New Jersey- Niclas Bergfors
    19. NY Islanders- Ryan Parent
    20. Tampa Bay- Chris Durand
    21. San Jose- Devin Setoguchi
    22. Ottawa- Jakub Kindl
    23. Colorado- Matt Lashoff
    24. Detroit- Andrew Cogliano
    25. Calgary- Scott Jackson
    26. Edmonton- Slava Trunkho
    27. Washington- Brendan Mikkelson
    28. Florida- Ryan Stoa
    29. St. Louis- Ilya Zubov
    30. Philadelphia- Risto Korhonen
    31. Philadelphia- Radek Smolenak
    32. St. Louis- Brian Lee
    33. Florida- Mike Blunden
    34. Washington- Dan Bertam
    35. Edmonton- Tomas Pospisil
    36. Calgary- Dustin Kohn
    37. Detroit- Sasha Pokuluk
    38. Colorado- Denis Istomin
    39. Ottawa- James Neal
    40. San Jose- Mikko Lehtonen
    41. Tampa Bay- Ondrej Pavelec
    42. NY Islanders- Andrei Zubarev
    43. New Jersey- Chris Lawrence
    44. Nashville- Alexandre Vincent
    45. Minnesota- Jeff Frazee
    46. Pittsburgh- Justin Abdelkader
    47. Chicago- TJ Hensick
    48. NY Rangers- Vitali Anikeenko
    49. Carolina- Teemu Laakso
    50. Columbus- Jean-Phillipe Levaseur
    51. Buffalo- Matt Niskanen
    52. Toronto- Sergei Shirokov
    53. Atlanta- Evan Brophey
    54. Los Angeles- Slava Buravchikov
    55. Montreal- Cody Bass
    56. Phoenix- Mike Sauer
    57. Anaheim- Nic Drazenovic
    58. Vancouver- Mike Gauthier
    59. Dallas- Tomas Kudelka
    60. Boston- Dan Ryder
     
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    Detroit needs young D-men like Mikkelson, Lee, Jackson, or Kindl. They will not take Cogliano in the 1st round. I bet the Wings will go heavy on defence in 05'. :teach:
     
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