Redraft 2003

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  1. OttMorrow

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    1. Zherdev
    2. Phaneuf
    3. Fleury
    4. Staal
    5. Parise
    6. Horton
    7. Michalek
    8. Bergeron
    9. O'Sullivan
    10. Carter
    11. Vanek
    12. Coburn
    13. Stewart
    14. Suter
    15. Kastsitsyn
    16. Brown
    17. Perry
    18. Fehr
    19. Eriksson
    20. Poulliot
    21. Mirnov
    22. Getzlaf
    23. Burns
    24. Kesler
    25. Nilsson
    26. Eaves
    27. Tambellini
    28. Stuart
    29. Belle
    30. Locke

    Let's see your redrafts!
     
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  2. PhoPhan

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    I'll just do top 15.

    MA Fleury
    Dion Phaneuf
    Nikolai Zherdev
    Nate Horton
    Eric Staal
    Milan Michalek
    Zach Parise
    Anthony Carter
    Patrice Bergeron
    Jeff Carter
    Patrick O'Sullivan
    Ryan Suter
    Braydon Coburn
    Tomas Vanek
    Dustin Brown
     
  3. Sabes

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    1. Nikolai Zherdev
    2. Eric Staal
    3. Marc-Andre Fleury
    4. Dion Phaneuf
    5. Milan Michalek
    6. Nathan Horton
    7. Thomas Vanek
    8. Braydon Coburn
    9. Ryan Suter
    10. Jeff Carter
    11. Andrei Kostitsyn
    12. Zach Parise
    13. Ryan Getzlaf
    14. Anthony Stewart
    15. Dustin Brown
    16. Mike Richards
    17. Brent Seabrook
    18. Brent Burns
    19. Eric Fehr
    20. Ryan Kesler
    21. Patrice Bergeron
    22. Mark Stuart
    23. Steve Bernier
    24. Marc-Antoine Pouliot
    25. Robert Nilsson
    26. Patrick Eaves
    27. Patrick O'Sullivan
    28. Shawn Belle
    29. Hugh Jessiman
    29. Corey Perry
    30. Jeremy Colliton

    That's just a quick list
     
  4. Prucha73

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    1. Fleury
    2. Zherdev
    3. Phaneuf
    4. Horton
    5. Vanek
    6. Michalek
    7. Staal
    8. Bergeron
    9. Parise
    10. Fehr
    11. O'Sullivan
    12. Coburn
    13. Getzlaf
    14. Suter
    15. Brown
    16. Perry
    17. Richards
    18. Stewart
    19. Carter
    20. Poulliot
    21. Mirnov
    22. Eaves
    23. Fritsche
    24. Kesler
    25. Seabrook
    26. Jessiman
    27. Stuart
    28. Belle
    29. Locke
    29. Baranka
    30. Bernier
     
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  5. monster_bertuzzi

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    Anthony Carter :lol
     
  6. Duff88

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    hmm... Kastsitsyn??? :dunno:
     
  7. Prucha73

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    31. Kastsitsyn :)
     
  8. Seachd

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    1) Staal
    2) Zherdev
    3) Fleury
    4) Horton
    5) Phaneuf
    6) Vanek
    7) Michalek
    8) Parise
    9) Suter
    10) Getzlaf
    11) Kastsitsyn
    12) Carter
    13) Fehr
    14) Bergeron
    15) Coburn
    16) Pouliot
    17) O'Sullivan
    18) Brown
    19) Stuart
    20) Seabrook
    21) Richards
    22) Bernier
    23) Kesler
    24) Perry
    25) Stewart
    26) Nilsson
    27) Eaves
    28) Tambellini
    29) Burns
    30) Jessiman
     
  9. Duff88

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    Behind Locke and Baranka?
     
  10. KingPurpleDinosaur

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    i said it before and ill say it again, i dont get exactly why parise shoots up to a top 10 pick after having a year that was worse then the previous. yes, i agree, he was picked late and deserved to go earlier, but he has done NOTHING to prove that he should be more highly touted then the year before, when he was drafted.

    If anything, the place he was picked in 2003 was when his stock was highest. he didn't exactly make himself any better this year.
     
  11. Herby

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    Maybe I'm a homer, but how does Brown fall after playing in the NHL and winning a bronze medal at the Senior WC?

    I guess lighting up junior (Getzlaf, Carter, Richards, Perry etc) is more of an accomplishment than playing in the NHL?
     
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    BTW, here is mine

    1. Nikolai Zherdev
    2. Eric Staal
    3. MA Fleury
    4. Nathan Horton
    5. Dion Phaneuf
    6. Ryan Suter
    7. Patrice Bergeron
    8. Milan Michalek
    9. Dustin Brown
    10. Thomas Vanek
    11. Jeff Carter
    12. Zach Parise
    13. Mike Richards
    14. Ryan Kesler
    15. Mark Stuart
    16. Braydon Coburn
    17. Eric Fehr
    18. Brent Burns
    19. Ryan Getzlaf
    20. Brent Seabrook
    21. Dan Fritsche
    22. Anthony Stewart
    23. Kevin Klein
    24. Andrei Kastitstyn
    25. Robert Nilsson
    26. Patrick Eaves
    27. Steve Bernier
    28. Hugh Jessiman
    29. Loui Eriksson
    30. Josh Hennessey
     
  13. monster_bertuzzi

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    And where would you have Kesler? 54. ?
     
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    I don't understand how some of you don't even put Kostsitsyn in their list..other puts him in between 15 to 30..that is terrible. He should be top 10 , maybe 11th max.. and no way is Parise better then him
     
  15. Prucha73

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    What has he done so far besides getting very hot for a few WJC games? His size is average, and I am sure he is purely offensive player. Besides, it doesn't mean I am right, I could be wrong, and it doesn't mean he can't or won't be a vey good player
     
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    We've been over this before.

    Look what Parise accomplished this season at UND and at the WJC. What did Kastitsyn accomplish this year?
     
  17. Let's see what did O'Sullivan accomplish at the WJC and at Miss. this year
     
  18. Hossa

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    Jeff Carter and Anthony Stewart are two guys that could easily play in the NHL, yet didn't because of being on a very deep team (Carter) or not being able to get a contract (Stewart). Sometimes making the NHL at 18 isn't a matter of being the better prospect but having the better opportunity. Certainly Jason Spezza not playing in the NHL at 18 isn't a strike against him, while PM Bouchard and Brent Burns are better because of it.

    When it comes to prospects, it's not about what level you are at as much as how you are progressing at the level where you are playing. Dustin Brown scored 1 goal this year (not including international play)...that isn't a good thing for his development.

    Also it should be noted Brown is an 84 birthday and already had three OHL seasons under his belt. Stewart, Getzlaf, Carter, Perry and Richards- none of them had that luxury.
     
  19. Prucha73

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    I think you are right, for some reason I thought he had higher numbers this season, and on top of that he has been twice outscored by his linemate Bochenski, so I guess I should have bumped him down by 7 or 8 spots.
     
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    Lets see how this goes. I'm sure I missed somebody, but that's the beauty of the edit button.

    1) Marc-Andre Fleury
    2) Eric Staal
    3) Nik Zherdev
    4) Nathan Horton
    5) Ryan Suter
    6) Dion Phaneuf
    7) Thomas Vanek
    8) Braydon Coburn
    9) Patrice Bergeron
    10) Jeff Carter
    11) Milan Michalek
    12) Zach Parise
    13) Anthony Stewart
    14) Andrei Kastsitsyn
    15) Dustin Brown
    16) Mark Stuart
    17) Ryan Getzlaf
    18) Eric Fehr
    19) Patrick O'Sullivan
    20) Mike Richards
    21) Brent Seabrook
    22) Patrick Eaves
    23) Steve Bernier
    24) Brent Burns
    25) Danny Fritsche
    26) Ryan Kesler
    27) Corey Perry
    28) Corey Crawford
    29) Robert Nilsson
    30) Igor Mirnov
     
  21. montreal

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    He scored 25 goals in 27 games in the 1st league.

    He helped his team win the Belarus Championship

    He helped the U-20 team win their champhionship and return to the WJC's next year

    He helped the Belarus National team win their champhionship and return to the WC's next year.

    But that's just some silly facts, he only had 1 point in the RSL playing on the 4th line, so I guess the season was a waste. ;)
     
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    What about Bruno Gervais? Nearly made the Islanders as a 6th Round draft pick
     
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    I did not see anywhere that he scored 25 goals in 27 games. Do you have a link for that?
     
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    He had 38 points in 27 games for CSKA-2.

    Can you read Russian, you don't need it but it helps. Goto cska.ru and look under cska-2, it has a box score for every game.

    I wrote this article, which has all of his stats,

    http://www.habsworld.net/show_big_news.php?id=369
     
  25. Freaky Habs Fan

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    Yo.u base your list on stats right? You should base your list on high end potential...Kast dosen't had a real chance to show what he can do in the RSL. He was playing on the same team/same line then Zherdev and Nikolai wasen't puting better number on the CSKA fourth line so he should easily be in the top 15..see top 10!

    And don't forget that he was on fire on CSKA-2...25 goals in 27 games isen't nothing in that league.
     
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