1992 Nhl Entry Draft REDONE

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  1. ktownhockey

    ktownhockey Registered User

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    Actual Picks: Team Player POS Country GP G A PTS PIM
    1 Tampa Bay Roman Hamrlik D Zlin ZPS HC (Czech) 873 117 324 441 985
    2 Ottawa Alexei Yashin C Dynamo Moscow (Russia) 710 291 374 665 289
    3 San Jose Mike Rathje D Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL) 671 27 128 155 439
    4 Quebec Todd Warriner L Windsor Spitfires (OHL) 453 65 89 154 249
    5 NY Islanders Darius Kasparaitis D Dynamo Moscow (Russia) 772 25 128 153 1252
    6 Calgary Cory Stillman C Windsor Spitfires (OHL) 645 184 250 434 326
    7 Philadelphia Ryan Sittler L Nichols [N.Y. H.S.]
    8 Toronto Brandon Convery C Sudbury Wolves (OHL) 72 9 19 28 36
    9 Hartford Robert Petrovicky C Dukla Trencin (Slovak) 208 27 38 65 118
    10 San Jose Andrei Nazarov L Dynamo Moscow (Russia) 569 53 71 124 1403
    11 Buffalo David Cooper D Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL) 30 3 7 10 24
    12 Chicago Sergei Krivokrasov R CSKA Moscow (Russia) 450 86 109 195 288
    13 Edmonton Joe Hulbig L St. Sebastian's [Mass. H.S.] 55 4 4 8 16
    14 Washington Sergei Gonchar D Chelyabinsk Mechel (Russia) 669 148 277 425 529
    15 Philadelphia Jason Bowen L Tri-City Americans (WHL) 77 2 6 8 109
    16 Boston Dmitri Kvartalnov L San Diego Gulls (IHL) 112 42 49 91 26
    17 Winnipeg Sergei Bautin D Dynamo Moscow (Russia) 132 5 25 30 176
    18 New Jersey Jason Smith D Regina Pats (WHL) 710 33 97 130 779
    19 Pittsburgh Martin Straka C Skoda Plzen (Czech.) 730 192 338 530 272
    20 Mtl. Canadiens David Wilkie D Kamloops Blazers (WHL) 167 10 26 36 165
    21 Vancouver Libor Polasek C Vitkovice HC (Czech)
    22 Detroit Curtis Bowen L Ottawa 67's (OHL)
    23 Toronto Grant Marshall R Ottawa 67's (OHL) 624 84 130 214 723
    24 NY Rangers Peter Ferraro R Waterloo (USHL) 92 9 15 24 58
    My Picks:
    1) TB Roman Hamrlik
    2) NYI Alexei Yashin
    3) SJ Sergei Gonchar
    4) QUE Nikolai Khabibulin
    5) NYI Cory Stillman
    6) CGY Mike Peca
    7) PHI Adrian Aucoin
    8) TOR Martin Straka
    9) HAR Jere Lehtinen
    10) SJ Robert Svhela
    11) BUF Anson Carter
    12) CHI Kirk Maltby
    13) EDM Jason Smith
    14) WSH Valeri Bure
    15) PHI Mattias Norstrom
    16) BOS Manny Fernandez
    17) WIN Darius Kasparitus
    18) NJ Dan McGillis
    19) PIT Matthew Barnaby
    20) MTL Marcus Ragnarson
    21) VAN Stephane Yelle
    22) DET Mike Rathje
    23) TOR Darren McCarty
    24) NYR Mattias Timander

    8 of my picks were first rounders then.... this draft was probably the worst draft i've ever seen. the D men are okay but other than that it's terrible.

    let me know what you think, or what your draft orders would be ....
     
  2. Brodeur

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    Just gonna list out my top 30 as opposed to trying to guess what each team's prospect list looked like at the time:

    1. Sergei Gonchar
    2. Alexei Yashin
    3. Roman Hamrlik
    4. Jere Lehtinen
    5. Nikolai Khabibulin
    6. Mike Peca
    7. Adrian Aucoin
    8. Mattias Norstrom
    9. Jason Smith
    10. Robert Svehla
    11. Boris Mironov
    12. Cory Stillman
    13. Marcus Ragnarsson
    14. Darius Kasparaitis
    15. Martin Straka
    16. Kirk Maltby
    17. Val Bure
    18. Sergei Brylin
    19. Mike Rathje
    20. Anson Carter
    21. Craig Rivet
    22. Dan McGillis
    23. Andrei Nikolishin
    24. Stephane Yelle
     
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    Corey Stillman #5? WAY too high.

    Norstrom would be in my TOP 10.

    1. Gonchar
    2. Hamerlik
    3. Yashin (would have been No.1 if it weren't for the last 2 years)
    4. Peca
    5. Khabibulin
    6. Aucoin
    7. Lehtinen
    8. Norstrom
    9. Straka
    10. Carter
    11. Kasparititis
    12. Svehla
    13. Smith
    14. Stillman
    15. Maltby
     
  5. bleedgreen

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    norstrom and rathje both belong in the top ten. they are both top 3 defenders who dont get enough credit.
     
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    1992 was probably the Flames best draft of the 1990s (or 96), which isn't saying much.

    still nabbing Stillman and Svehla was good work, although too bad they never actually signed Svehla
     
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    1. Sergei Gonchar
    2. Alexei Yashin
    3. Nikolai Khabibulin
    4. Roman Hamrlik
    5. Jere Lehtinen
    6. Mike Peca
    7. Mattias Norstrom
    8. Adrian Aucoin
    9. Jason Smith
    10. Boris Mironov
    11. Darius Kasparaitis
    12. Marcus Ragnarsson
    13. Anson Carter
    14. Cory Stillman
    15. Robert Svehla
    16. Martin Straka
    17. Manny Fernadez
    18. Kirk Maltby
    19. Sergei Brylin
    20. Stephane Yelle
    21. Dan McGillis
    22. Andrei Nikolishin
    23. Mike Rathje
    24. Val Bure
     
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    Patty Ice Best in the World

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    Mike Rathje still gets NO love...its a shame.
     
  9. Brodeur

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    Depends on the criteria.......ie, who is the best player today, or who has had the most productive/consistent career so far? I went with the latter, hence why I have a few players ahead of Rathje that I consider to be slightly inferior today.
     
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    Jason MacIsaac Registered User

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    NJ got Smith, Brylin, Hulse, Yelle,
     
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    Psycho Papa Joe Porkchop Hoser

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    I'd take Lehtinen and Peca ahead of any of these seives.
     
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    Yeah, what's with all the people taking Ragnarsson over Rathje?
     
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    Hamrlik is by far the worst on that list what are you people doing putting him in the top 5?
     
  14. Synergy27

    Synergy27 I only like it when it's dimed out.

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    This was definitely a weak draft, but you must acknowledge a couple of great late round steals in Pavel Kubina @179 and Tomas Kaberle @204. Kubina especially, that guy took some major strides this year.
     
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