Top Offensive DMen in the draft

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  1. Jackets16

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    who will be the top pt getters/off dmen from this draft
     
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    Johnson
    Sanguinetti
    Vishnevsky
    Shutron(possibly)
     
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    Well really the most offensively skilled offensive defenseman in this draft is Bobbby Sanguinetti.
     
  4. Maithz

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    Johnson
    Sanguinetti
    Vishnevski
    Summers
     
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    David Fischer has a great first pass. If he goes to fast team that likes to break out and fly. He could log tons of second assists. His patience and vision are great. He also played forward on and off throuout his career. If the oppurtunity presents itself he can lead a rush or finish. Not the most gifted but could put up solid numbers.
     
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    Johnson
    Sanguinetti
    Vishnevsky
    Persson
    Seabrook
    Biega
    Ratchuk
    Pyett
     
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    Not true, but he is better in his own end than vishnevsky, which may give him more ice time, and so more production. Too bad he's soft as butter that's been out in the sun a couple of hours...

    Johnson deserves to be on this list, without question. Persson has potential, and plays in his own end, too. Also a bit soft, but not like Sanguinetti.

    One dark horse I like is Ratchuk from the NDTP. Certainly prefer him to Shutron...
     

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