RE DRAFTING POSTS 1988 onward

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  1. ktownhockey

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    Over the next few weeks I will be redoing every draft from 1988 onward.
    Tonight I will be posting my redone list for the 1988 draft and I hope
    some others will critque me as well as make lists of there own.. lets have some fun with this.
     
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    Round 1 1988

    1988 Entry Draft ACTUAL PICKS:
    1) Mike Modano
    2) Trevor Linden
    3) Curtis leschesyhn
    4) Darrin Shannon
    5) Daniel Dore
    6) Rob Pearson
    7) Martin Gelinas
    8) Jeremy Roenick
    9) Rod Brind' Amour
    10) Teemu Selanne
    11) Chris Govederas
    12) Cory Foster
    13) Joel Savage
    14) Claude Boivin
    15) Reggie Savage
    16) Kevin Cheveldayoff
    17) Kory Kocur
    18) Rob Cimmetta
    19) Francois Leroux
    20) Eric Charron

    1988 NHL ENTRY DRAFT MY PICKS
    1) MIN - Rob Blake
    2) VAN - Alexander Mogilny
    3) QUE - Jeremy Roenick
    4) PIT - Mike Modano
    5) QUE - Teemu Selanne
    6) TOR - Mark Recchi
    7) LA - Tony Amonte
    8) CHI - Rod Brind' Amour
    9) STL - Martin Gelinas
    10) WIN - Trevor Linden
    11) HAR - Sean Hill
    12) NJ - Tie Domi
    13) BUF - Curtis Lecsecsyn
    14) PHI - Claude Lapointe
    15) WSH - Joe Juneau
    16) NYI - Steve Heinz
    17) DET - Keith Carney
    18) BOS - Dimitri Kristich
    19) EDM - Bret Hedican
    20) MTL - Valery Kamenski

    Let me know what u think.... here's the link for the available players
    http://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/draft/nhl1988e.html
     
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  3. NucksFan

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    I would say Trevor Lindin should fit in around 7 or higher, he didnt even make your top 20.
     
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    Rod Brind' Amour is a sure-fire top 20 guy in that draft...
     
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    id take carney before heinze
     
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    Modano still goes #1 or #2..probably still #1.
     
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    My mistake.. i made the adjustments

    thanks alot
     
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    I disagree..... they are both good players and neither have been stars... Heinz has had a few solid seasons and Carney has been a solid D. Its a flip of a coin in my opinon

    PS my list is now updated .. i forgot some good players haha its been a long day.. thanks
     
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    Heinze can't even make the NHL while Carney is a cornerstone of Anaheim's defense.
     
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    No way. Rob Blake all the way.
     
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    Ill take Gelinas over a few of these guys, pure playoff grit. Great leader, and plays when it counts.

    BTW, he came into my work t,he other day, wowowowowowow talk about huuuuuuuuuuuuuge legs. purely amazing
     
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    I can't see Gelinas ove3r anyone rated ahead of him on my list.
     
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    7 Players from this draft that were drafted in the first round would have been first rounder if we did the draft now IMO.
     
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    Linden is better than Gelinas.
     
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    Agreed... but Modano should be 2nd.
     
  16. ktownhockey

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    I despise Jeremy Roenick... but you know what he's a better all around hockey player than Mike Modano.... He's got around the same PPG and he hits and gets under people's skin... he even scores the big goals... and over the years has been a little cheaper to acquire... therefore Roenick # 2 Modano # 3
     
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    Roenick doesnt have the explosiveness Modano has..and he hasnt been able to produce in Hitchcock's defensive system, something Modano was able to do.
     
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    considering he's on his 9th concussion I think he;s been producing pretty damn well.
    He scores timely goals and is a warrior out there. Ask anyone who they'd rather go to war with in the NHL Jeremy Roenick or Mike Modano and Im sure you would here a greater percentage side with JR.

    Modano is a little better in the regular seasons. But JR brings it in the clutch, as much as I hate to say it.
     
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