2021 NHL Draft Thread: Brackett and Friends

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    Alright let’s go for next year. Was just scrolling through the Eite Prospects draft pages. Man, this draft looks so weak. Atu Raty, who some think is the current front-runner for 1st overall (I’d be shocked) couldn’t even crack his Liiga team this year. Very few players were able to get close to a ppg in the CHL and all of the best players on the U17 team last year are 2022 eligible. 2022 looks stacked. Fleming from Minnesota I think has a shot to be the best Minnesota born forward ever.
     
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    Ive read that 2021 will be deep in quality defenseman.
     
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    Raty won't go top 10.

    I think this one is going to shape up a lot better than people think right now. Early fan of Bourgault, Beniers for forwards.
     
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    I like Clarke, Power, and Lambos a lot. I like Highes too. Hreschuk is intruiging. It’s deep in defenseman, I just don’t know how much quality is there past the first few. Will we interesting to watch the storylines evolve
     
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    Johansson: 2021 early pick + 2022 late pick
    Bonino: 2021 early pick + 2022 late pick
    Pateryn: 2021 late pick
    Bjugstad 2021 late pick
    Foligno: 2021 early pick + 2022 late pick
     
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    For Johansson and Bonino, would you rather have a 1st or a 2nd and 3rd?
     
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    1st definitely, but I don't think it would be in the cards.
     
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    Bonino will bring a 1st if he has anywhere near the season he just had.
     
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    Baller.
     
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    Yeah I doubt it, especially for both of them. I could see Bonino possibly getting one. Was just curious if you'd rather have one shot or two.
     
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    Always the higher pick. Can always trade down later.
     
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    With a potentially large number of picks, I would like to see them be aggressive and trade up.
     
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    So, possibly realistic scenario:

    Johansson: 2021 2nd + 2022 4th
    Bonino: 2021 1st
    Pateryn: 2021 6th
    Bjugstad 2021 5th
    Foligno: 2021 2nd + 2022 5th

    In 2021 we have

    3 1sts
    3 2nds
    2 3rds

    Trade Dumba and we could have 4 1sts.
     
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    How many good players does Judd pull with 7 picks in the first two rounds?
     
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    I think he pulls 5 with two trade ups.
     
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    10, atleast
     
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    Can get a 1st: Bonino
    Could get a 1st:
    • Johansson if he’s pacing for 55ish points. I think it’s unlikely at this point
    Can get a 2nd:
    • Johansson
    • Foligno
    Could get a 2nd:
    • Bjugstad, if he’s playing decently well as a 3RW
     
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    Hopefully it’s a trade deadline like last year where players like Barclay Goodrow are fetching 1st round picks
     
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    In a league where nobody has cap space, trade deadline rentals will be more valuable than ever.
     
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    Looking at next year's forward class I'm halfway tempted to go for 2022 picks with some of the UFAs we trade at the deadline. Not sure that affects how high a pick we can demand but figure it might be worth a shot. I really don't like 2021.
     
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    @KaprizovSaveUs it was this time last year you told me to pay attention to Rossi. I’m going to need another name here soon
     
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    Zachary L'Heureux.

    Absolutely no idea if he’s any good, but his last name is pretty cool.
     
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    Raty's team has better center depth than Lundell's team during his draft year. Karpat coach also likes to rotate players, especially bottom 6 players. Young players rarely play in Liiga all the season in their draft year. At best, they might play a couple of games. People have ridiculous expectations for young players nowadays. There is no such thing as patience.

    Anyways, Finnish players don't have funny names unlike Canadians do in next year's draft. However, some players may be familiar because of last names. I have seen some of them playing this season but I don't really have an opinion of them. I am just watching them out of interest.

    • Aatu Raty (C)
    • Samuel Helenius (C)
    • Eetu Liukas
    • Verner Miettinen (C)
    • Eero Niemi
    • Samu Salminen (C/LW)
    • Samu Tuomaala
    • Jere Virolainen (C/LW)
    • Jeremi Tammela
    • Niko Huuhtanen
    • Viljam Sandvik (C)
    • Valtteri Karnaranta
    • Kalle Väisänen
    • Ville Koivunen
    • Viljami Marjala
    • Oliver Kapanen

    • Atte Lehikoinen
    • Jimi Suomi
    • Viljami Juusola
    • Aleksi Malinen
    • Topias Vilén
    • Tomi Leppänen
     
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    The name part was ment as a joke.

    Nice lists, thanks.

    Is Salminen skilled or does he simply rack up almost two points a game on being big?
     

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