Rookies of 06-07: Who to take?

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    I'm currently in a hockey pool which is also a mini-keeper league (keep 3 players at the end of the year to have on your next year squad) and is also pretty deep (15 team league). I was wondering, which rookie would be the best one to take this year?

    NOTE: Please place in order, please. :)
     
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    Malkin
    Brule
    Radulov
    Penner (60 pts isn't out of the question)
     
  3. Bam Beet*

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    Malkin
    Wolski
    Radulov
    Brule (would be higher but injuries)
    Penner
     
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    1) Evgeni Malkin
    2) Gilbert Brule
    3) Wojitek Wolski
    4) Alexander Radulov
    5) Dustin Penner
    6) Rob Schremp
    7) Marc Staal
    8) Bobby Ryan
    9) Matt Carle
    10) Eric Fehr
    11) Luc Bourdon
    12) Cam Barker
    13) Patrick O'Sullivan
    14) Anze Kopitar
    15) Phil Kessel
     
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    Names not mentionned but worthy :

    Jiri Hudler, Andrew Ladd, Matt Carle, Andrei Kostitsyn, Roman Voloshenko, Niklas Kronwall, Alexei Kaigodorov (is he coming over?), Stanislav Chistov (still rookie?)
     
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    He's really injury prone but Coliacovo still qualifies as a rookie.
     
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    Chistov have play more then more then 135 NHL games....

    Far away from being a rookie.
     
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    mikhnov
     
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    I'm really down to 2 players I want to take as a rookie (Malkin's already gone); Brule and Wolski.

    I'm kinda leaning toward drafting Wolski in the later rounds because he's played played in the NHL already and proved he could score (even though it was only 9 games). There's alot of hype surrounding Brule, but I don't know if he would put up the same or better numbers as Wolski would playing on Colorado rather then playing on Columbus.
     
  11. GSK*

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    1) Evgeni Malkin
    2) Gilbert Brule
    3) Wojitek Wolski
    4) Alexander Radulov
    5) Dustin Penner
    6) Rob Schremp
    7) A Kostistsyn
    8) Anze Kopitar
    9) Jack Johnson
    10) Phil Kessel
    11) Luc Bourdon
    12) Cam Barker
    13) Patrick O'Sullivan
    14) Jack Skille
    15) Cam Barker
     
  12. Bam Beet*

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    Good Choice go for Wojo. :D
     

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