2019 Entry Draft Thread Part XII

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  1. ahmedou DOU

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    How many goals/points do you see Kaliyev doing next season in the OHL? And what about the following year assuming he would stay in the OHL?
     
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    What about Spencer Knight? I don't think Lindgren is the long term answer to price...price is 32 this year. We have restocked our D and FWD's the past few drafts. I think it's time to get more depth in that dept. besides Primeau.
     
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    At #15 no. If he somehow drops to our pick in the 2nd then I'd definitely go for it. Primeau and McNiven isn't bad goaltending prospect depth.
     
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    I thought we might have learned a lesson by now about never selecting a goalie in the first round. Quality goalie prospects can be found anywhere, no need to reach for one with an early pick.
     
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    Goalie development to too hard to predict. Your goalie prospects are pretty good. Keep taking shots in the later rounds, no need to waste high picks imo
     
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    Early to mid 2nd is where I think some of the top hole prospects should go (Hart, Demko...)
     
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    What lesson should we have learned? The last goalie I remember drafting in the first round was Price...not a bad pick. Along with Price...Vaslilevsky, Rask, Fleury, Dubnyk, Schneider, Varlamov, Luongo were all firsts. If he is rated high on your board then he has to be in consideration.
     
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    I’d rather wait until next year and draft Askarov. I don’t know how if he’ll end up being a better goalie then Knight but he’d be my choice.
     
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    Only really special goalies should be drafted in the 1st. Price was very special. I dont think Knight is special.
     
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    Is Knight a generational goalie talent?
     
  12. L4br3cqu3 U mad ?

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    There are very few generational goalie talents in general.

    He sure is a great goalie prospect, though.
     
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    He's not 15 special, but he's late 1st special.
     
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    There’s one goalie and 18 skaters. I’d rather focus on getting skaters. I agree that another good goalie in the pipeline wouldn’t hurt, but I don’t think using a 15th overall pick when you lack overall talent is smart.
     
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    Same amount of points with his plus-minus growing to a paltry -68

    No.
     
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    Goalie should not be picked in first round in my opinion. With a good team a little above average goalie is enough. And someone can find such a goalie outside the first round.
     
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    And now imagine the same team with elite goaltending

    Aka
    Washington
    TB
    Pittsburgh
    LA
    Chicago
    Boston

    Or almost every single team that has won the cup in the past
     
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    This whole conversation stems from basically my own agenda, I'm not a fan of teams picking G's or D's in the first round, Ive said so many times, but Price WAS a good pick. The guy is a legit HOF goaltender, there's jut no way around that.
     
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    The point is to do well in the playoffs we need a much better team in front of the goalie. Right now, that means puck moving defensemen, fast and skilled forwards ideally with some size. This is the priority before a goalie in the first round, again only my opinion.

    And between defenseman or forward I think it is harder to find an elite forward so go with the forward in the first round if a good one is available.
     
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    5 D go top 14... Podkolzin and Newhook are on the board still... who do you take?
     
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    I'm sure I'll get roasted but I'd still go with Pod. I'd be ecstatic either way though.
     
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    Newhook without an ounce of hesitation, the guy is just much better at every single thing.
     
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    For me it's pretty tough. I think the Russian factor would have me leaning Newhook, but removing that from the equation I think I'd go with Pod as well, he just has more power to his game. It's funny a bit since these are likely the two forwards who could drop, yet if I was picking 6th in this draft, they'd still be the two guys I'd be choosing between. Boldy would be considered as well, but I just think these two have a bit more upside to be dynamic offensive players. Really, really hope we get one at 15.
     
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    1.#1 Centre
    2.#1 defenceman
    3.#2 Centre
    4.#2 Defenceman
    5.#1 Goalie
    6.#1 RW
    7.#1 LW
    8.#2 RW
    9#3 Centre
    10.#3 Defenceman

    This is how I would prioritize my findings in that order of importance
     
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