2019 NHL Draft - June 21st - With The 14th Selection, The Coyotes.......

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  1. lanky

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    Tons of great centers too. Suzuki being outside of everyone’s top ten is mind blowing. Then there’s Blake Murray, who’s basically Barrett Hayton, right? And there are like half a dozen centers ranked above them on some lists. It’s nuts.
     
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    Hopefully one of them drops to 31 where we will be drafting! ;)
     
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    It will be interesting to see what we get out of Dvorak and Strome this season for that center spot as well as Galchenyuk. BPA is always the way to go but we may need to draft a defenseman next June. Quinn Hughes would have been the better option for us over Hayton as far as timing is concerned with all the available centers next summer.
    Then again I don't think the Coyotes are going to be in that bottom mix but in case we are Hughes should have been the pick if we were passing on Zadina.
     
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    Which player are we trading to the eventual Stanley cup winner for their 1st?
     
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    Haha I almost put something very similar in parentheses, but decided on the winky face instead.
     
  7. Alberta Yote

    Alberta Yote Owns the Yotes

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    I want Cozens or Dach but hope like hell that we have no chance to get them.
     
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    Nikita Alexandrov practiced with my friends team during their training camp and apparently this kid is unreal. Not yet ranked in the first round from what i've seen, but he plays with POJ in Charlottetown and almost went PPG in the playoffs for his D-2 year, he could very well be someone to keep a close eye on

    Nikita Alexandrov at eliteprospects.com

    Suzuki didn't really impress me from what i saw of him last year, I hope he does well because i have a Colts hat with his and Svech's auto's, but there just wasn't any dynamic skills to his game in my viewings. Was his first year though so i'm curious to see how he does this year.

    More excited for the 2020 draft, the OHL just had an unreal draft year with a ton of of kids who have high potential
    Evan Vierling went 2nd OV, should be a big name to watch and is playing with Busby in Flint
     
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    Interesting that Alexandrov was born the day after Jenik and will be drafted a year after him. In which round would he have been drafted if he was eligible this year?
     
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    Hopefully we win the 1st overall at the lottery finally. Then Chayka can pick Blake Murray. Detroit can have Hughes at 2nd. We’ll get OUR GUY.
     
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    A little early to turn on Chyaka because he didn't draft YOUR guy.
     
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    I’m glad we’ve limited it down to a possible 31 draft slots now. November is a good time to have a draft thread.
     
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    Stayed home with my sick kid. He napped a lot. I watched a lot of the Ivan Hlinka. Those three Dub forwards are REALLY impressive. I really like that each plays with some swagger and some fire in their games, along with immense skill. Didn’t expect each of Cozens, Dach and Krebs to battle like they battle, on top of that obvious skill.

    It’s fascinating to me that these three centers might be the 4th, 5th, and 6th centers taken next June. That’s unreal. If Hughes, Turcotte, and Newhook live up to the hype, then we’re going to see the best 4-6 range of prospects in a draft in a very long time.

    I want to note (all on its own) that I love the motor on Krebs. He’s a spitfire out there. Big fan.

    Also want to note that I bought a mini stick set last weekend and my three year old and I have played a ton of knee hockey. Skating lessons soon!!! Too early for the 2032 draft thread?!?!?
     
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    We'll finally have our number 1 center.......
     
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    I’d take Cozens or Dach ahead of Newhook or Turcotte right now but there’s a full season ahead to get a better read on that call.
     
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    Or boozing Kane/Ovechkin like winger
     
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    Based on his current trajectory, I think Tiger Williams needs to start worrying about his all-time records.
     
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    If he gets drafted by the yotes he'll have plenty of time to golf.
     
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    Who are we moving to TB at the TDL for their first?
     
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    This ranking isn't from the best resource but it's mobile friendly and the top six matches current consensus.

    ISS Top 31 - Top Prospect Rankings

    Podkolzin seems electric. I won't be surprised if he pushes into top three despite being overseas.
     
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    Love Kirby Dachs playmaking and Cozens is a great all around C. This is a year to win a lottery.
     
  22. rt

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    If we’re going off of P%, we’d currently have the 13th best odds headed into the lottery.
     
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    ctwin22 Go Desert Dogs

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    I'll have to chime in and say that boy it would be great to get Hughes, Dach, Cozens or Krebs. As RT mentioned, Krebs has a great motor. A couple playmakers I really like are Zegras & Pelletier.

    Newhook 20gp 11g 19a 30pts
    Dach 16gp 10g 17a 27pts
    Pelletier 15gp 9g 16a 25pts
    Kaliyev 15gp 14g 10a 24pts
    Suzuki 13gp 6g 18a 24pts
    Cozens 15gp 8g 13a 21pts
    Hughes 13gp 3g 17a 20pts
    Zegras 12gp 6g 13a 19pts
    Krebs 15gp 5g 14a 19pts
    Lavoie 15gp 11g 7a 18pts
     
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    Who do you send to Colorado for Ottawas pick? :naughty:
     
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    Seeing as we won't win the lottery, we're potentially picking around 10-15 so I'd love to take the best right handed shot a available. Defense or forward I don't care, would be nice to have more righties on the roster to open up more options in the offensive zone.
     

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