2021 NHL Entry Draft Part 1

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    So Ivan Miroshnichenko (2022 top prospect currently at u18s) will play with Muskegon in the USHL next season.

    Also, stud forward Matvei Michkov (2023) is signed through the 2025-2026 season in Russia, which means waiting 3 years for him post-draft. That sucks.
     
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    Not happening in this draft.
     
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    What about Corson Ceulemans or Scott Morrow? Any chance one of these guys could become an effective Top4 with offensive potential. I suspect Romanov and Guhle will be Top4 on the left side in the future, with defensive acumen. We will need our RDs to be offensive-minded.
     
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    I'd be on board with that, unfortunately bottom-tier teams will know that too, so you'd have to trade for a middle first and hope for lady luck to be on our side I guess?

    We lost our chance of doing that after keeping all of Tatar, Gallagher, Petry, Danault
     
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    Definitely. But, extremely doubtful as #1s. Ceulemans is not Makar. He's a toolsy player, but no where near that elite.

    I would put him in the mold of Jake Bean/Vince Dunn type. Good offensive D-men in transition, PP specialists, but middle pairing. Can have issues on D with consistency. Can look mediocre at times.

    I would keep expectations low for this draft: top 6/top 9 forwards, middle pairing D.

    2022 is going to be a stud draft though. Similar to 2015. We can't afford to f*** that one up. The top 3 alone: 2015 -- McDavid, Eichel, Marner (ok, we'll ignore Strome going 3rd); 2022 -- Wright, Savoie, Lambert.

    It already looks really deep too.
     
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    Outside of the obvious forwards (Bernier, Johnson, Guenther ,Eklund), who do you guys like between the following?:

    Lysell
    Lucius
    Sillinger
    Mctavish
    Coronato
     
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    Lysell and Sillinger for me.. Probably Lysell first then Sillinger.

    Lucius and Mctavish are good prospects but they are poor skaters. Skating is too important nowadays IMO

    Lysell would be a gift from the gods of hockey between 15 and 20.
     
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    I'd add Pinelli to that list. The kid's a stud.
     
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    Watching the U18 highlights on TSN right now, can we please get Wright or Bedard Pls Pls Pls
     
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    If Caufield could drop to 15... Anything can happen!
     
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    Never thought we'd be able to draft Eklund, he's been so good with the rumors for the past 15 years, very connected - 5G - was probably testing covid vaccines from a young age.

    Ah, come on someone had to do it.

    Mctavish I don't hate
     
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    Hopefuly it doesn't turn into a Kaprizov situation where it takes forever to get him to NA and he's like 23-24 when he finally does.
     
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    Maybe Scott Morrow...

    I mean if you're looking for a player who has elite skills, it's you're guy (in the range we're expected to pick).

    He's committed to the University of North Dakota... It speaks a lot..

    Homerun potential

    He will be high on my list (probably 15-20 range)
     
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    Who would y’all pick in this scenerio?

    Sabres - Owen Power
    Ducks - Matthew Beniers
    Seattle - Luke Hughes
    Devils - Brandt Clarke
    Canucks - William Eklund
    Wings - Kent Johnson
    Blue Jackets - Mason Mctavish
    Senators - Dylan Guenther
    Flames - Fabian Lysell
    Sharks - Jesper Wallstedt
    Kings - Simon Edvinsson
    Blackhawks - Carson Lambos
    Flyers - Cole Sillinger
    Stars - Fyodor Svechkov
    Rangers - Chaz Lucius
    Habs - ???
     

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