2004 Re-Draft

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  1. HalfPastDan

    HalfPastDan Registered Schmoozer

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    Anyone willing to take a shot at re-drafting the 2004 1st round?

    Not a great draft looking back...

    Here's my entirely uneducated opinion. Past 20 it's pretty wide-open, which honestly made it pretty difficult.

    1. Ovechkin (1)
    2. Malkin (2)
    3. Rinne (258)
    4. Krejci (63)
    5. Ladd (4)
    6. Edler (91)
    7. Green (29)
    8. Schneider (26)
    9. Callahan (127)
    10. Streit (262)
    11. Franzen (97)
    12. Zajac (20)
    13. Dubinsky (60)
    14. Grabovski (150)
    15. Bolland (32)
    16. Hansen (288)
    17. Goligoski (61)
    18. Brouwer (214)
    19. Sekera (71)
    20. Smid (9)
    21. Stafford (13)
    22. Booth (53)
    23. Kennedy (99)
    24. Korpikoski (19)
    25. Emelin (84)
    26. Olesz (7)
    27. Grossman (56)
    28. Chipchura (18)
    29. Lundin (102)
    30. Wolski (21)
     
  2. Leafs87

    Leafs87 Mr. Steal Your Job

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    Streit is too high IMO.

    Also I'd do

    5.Schneider
    6.Green
    7.Edler
    8.Ladd
     
  3. JetsHomer

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    Did you forgot Wheeler? He's easily top 15. I think I'd have him 10th, after you're top 9.
     
  4. Horvath Broncos

    Horvath Broncos Registered User

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    i would like to see the list without so much homerism.:)

    I can't see Edler higher than Green and also I would slide Hansen down few spots.

    you obviosly forgot Blake Wheeler. Radulov should be on the list same with Meszaros. Bickell also and Kris Versteeg.

    and above all else you put Mike friggin' Lundin on your list. You didn't put much of an effort to this did you?
     
  5. Gardner McKay

    Gardner McKay You had to be there

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    Edler is stupidly high. Like about 12-15 places too high.
     
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    tony d Registered User Sponsor

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    Top 10:

    1) Ovechkin
    2) Malkin
    3) Rinne
    4) Green
    5) Streit
    6) Krejci
    7) Ladd
    8) Franzen
    9) Zajac
    10) Wolski
     
  7. Pohlow

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    Too high? Yes. But 10-12 places too high? You aren't very good at talent assessment if you are honestly saying he isn't at the very least top 10.
     
  8. kingdok

    kingdok Registered User

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    1- Ovechkin
    2- Malkin
    3- Rinne
    4- Krejci
    5- Green
    6- Ladd
    7- Callahan
    8- Dubinsky
    9- Edler
    10- Franzen
    11- Schneider
    12- Wheeler
    13- Zajac
    14- Streit
    15- Grabovski
    16- Brouwer
    17- Smid
    18- Stafford
    19- Goligoski
    20- Versteeg
    21- Meszaros
    22- Polak
    23- Bolland
    24- Booth
    25- Bickell
    26- Winnik
    27- Schultz
    28- Hansen
    29- Prust
    30- Dubnyk
     
  9. Horvath Broncos

    Horvath Broncos Registered User

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    despite everything that has happened i would still think Radulov has to be in top30. i would also but Krejci ahead of Rinne mainly because he is superb playoff performer and i put lot of emphasis on post season.
     
  10. CanadianSharks

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    I would have Gogo and Smid higher, more in the 13-16 range. Streit is a little high. Other then that, it looks decent. Boy was that ever a weak draft, except for the obvious top 2.
     
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    that is unfortunate woops

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    #1 Ovechkin (1)
    #2 Malkin (2)
    #3 Rinne (258)
    #4 Krejci (63)
    #5 Edler (91)
    #6 Green (29)
    #7 Schneider (26)
    #8 Wheeler (5)
    #9 Ladd (4)
    #10 Callahan (134)
     
  12. kingdok

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    If your organization is confident enough to be sure he'll ''behave'', absolutely. Top 10
     

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