The best 2007 in 3rd-7th round ?

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  1. Veela

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    As the hockey season is progressing, who do you think can be the best pick from 3rd to 7th round of 2006 draft ? Could we talk about some player as a steal by now ?
     
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    Not without getting flamed..


    But two sixth round picks, Sergei Shikirov and Juraj Simek of the Canucks look to be steals. One is doing well in the RSL and Simek is in the top-15 in WHL scoring.
     
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    For the Caps, Mathieu Perreault (6th round, 177th overall) has been a pleasant suprise.

    He had a good playoff run prior to the draft and has came out of the gate firing on all cylinders. He's currently the leading scorer in the Q. He's got a while to go before he's an out-and-out steal but his stock has improved considerably since the draft.
     
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    Cal Clutterbuck, drafted in the 3rd round by the Wild. He's awesome
     
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    Anton Stralman.

    One of the top defenseman in Sweden at this moment.
     
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    Ben ferrriero,a seventh round pick (196) for phoenix. Second in team scoring and first in goals for boston collage.
     
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    He has an awesome name, that's for sure.
     
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    Andrei Popov, 7th round pick of the Flyers
     
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    um, Cody Franson
     
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    Derrick LaPoint, 4th round pick of the Panthers. Leading all USHL defensemen in scoring and 4th in entire league in scoring.
     
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    No big steal though...
     
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    Ryan white 3rd by montreal and alex biega 5th rd by buffalo
     
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    No big steal though...

    Why? Barring a shocking turn of events, he'll be the highest scoring defenseman in the USHL this year and looks bound to have a great college career at North Dakota. He could end up being a guy that should have been drafted in let's say the second round.
     
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    Strålman was selected in the 2005 draft, though.
     
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    Oh D'oh!

    Sorry guys. My mistake.
     
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    You've gotta like the play of Rhett Rakhshani, who had a very strong U-18 tournament and Tomas Marcinko, who is producing at nearly a PPG pace in the OHL.

    Those are homer picks to be sure but they could end up being good players on Long Island.
     
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    It would seem that Jeff Zatkoff (3rd Round LA) has a good chance at starting or playing at WJC. When drafted LA said he was their second highest rated golie in the draft. Should be interesting
     
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    Alex Biega is a mega-steal. The habs drafted Valentenko instead of him in the 5th round. That's a huge mistake, giving the fact that Biega is from Montreal and he's almost as good, or even better, than Fischer from what I understand.
     
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    I just looked at Biega's stats and he's the scoring leader at Harvard... I know it's only stats, but I think it's revealing how good Alex is.
     
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    Any other good pick in 4th - 7th round ?
     
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    Why is the thread title 2007 when the 07 Draft will only happen? :sarcasm:
     
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    Wrong draft. He was 2005.
     
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    Jan Mursak of the Saginaw Spirit, sixth-round pick of the Red Wings, has 13 goals and 32 assists in 29 games, not to mention a plus-21 rating.
     
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    Ryan White-Montreal 66th overall. Heading for 90 points in only his 3rd WHL season, but more importantly, the heart and soul of his team......
     

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