2021 NHL Entry Draft Part 1

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  1. montreal Go Habs Go

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    that seems too high, I don't trust Button at all but Coronato is tough as he's going to be 19 when next season starts and was on a stacked team but man did he have an outstanding season. I also don't like that he's going to Harvard, not a big ECAC fan but especially the Ivy leagues since they play fewer games and the conference is not strong.
     
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    If we win against the Jets, we go from drafting 17th overall to 29th, 31st or 32nd, is that correct?
     
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    28th, 30th or 31st. Arizona doesn't have a 1st round pick. We can't pick 29th. We have to get into Finals to pick 30th (a loss) or 31st (a win).

    Towards the end of the draft, I'd definitely be looking at guys like Samoskevich, Morrow, Heimosalmi, Stromgren, Kapanen and maybe Rosen, Chibrikov, Pinelli, Poltapov & Koivunen, if they're not picked earlier.
     
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    If we end up picking in the late first then I'd hope for either Rosen or L'Heureux I think. They're completely different types of players but they both have something interesting they could bring into our forward prospects pool. Rosen with the sweet skating, slick moves and L'Heureux with the Marchand-esque, pain in the ass aggressiveness.
     
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    Watching Owen Power at World Hockey Championships, there's absolutely no question he should be the #1 pick. He seems miles ahead of anyone that played at the u18s.

    He plays a well rounded, mature game and uses his size and reach well.

    He needs to work on his first couple of steps & power skating, but his balance, edges & mobility are all excellent.

    Can definitely see him developing into an Ekblad type D. He's not afraid to rush the puck, or join the rush, but does it smartly. Already pretty solid defensively.

    Legit future top pairing D.

    Will step in as a top 4 for Buffalo next year and play both specialty teams.
     
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    Undersized forward Logan Stankoven was the fifth overall pick by the Kamloops Blazers in the 2018 WHL Bantam Draft. He had an excellent rookie season in 2019-20, scoring 29 goals and 19 assists for 48 points in 59 games before the season was stopped due to the COVID Pandemic. Stankoven also played for Team Canada Red at the Under-17 World Hockey Challenge. He scored four goals in five tournament games.

    This season was limited once again due to the pandemic. Stankoven made the most of it though. He impressed scouts with seven goals and 10 points in six WHL games. He also helped Team Canada to a gold medal at the IIHF Under-20 World Championships. Stankoven put up four goals and eight points in seven tournament games.

    In 2018-19 Stankoven played for Team BC at the Canada Winter Games. He was dominant in the tournament, scoring six goals and 13 points in seven games. He was also the BC Under-18 Player of the Year, scoring 49 goals and 101 points in 38 games for the Thompson Blazers U18 squad. In seven WHL games, he picked up one assist. In six playoff games, he had a goal and two points.

    2021 NHL Draft #30: Logan Stankoven Scouting Report

    Winger Oskar Olausson is playing in the HV71 system. He played 16 games in the SHL regular season and two relegation playoff games. All four of his points (three goals and one assist) came in the regular season. Unfortunately, HV71 were relegated and will play in the Allsvenskan next season. He also spent time with the HV71 Under-20 team putting up 14 goals and 13 assists for 27 points in 16 games. Olausson also spent time in the Allsvenskan with Sodertalje scoring three goals and three assists for six points in 11 regular-season games. He also played two games in the qualification playoffs. Olausson represented Sweden at the 2021 IIHF World Juniors but was held scoreless in four tournament games.

    A late-2002 birthday, Olausson started his 2019-20 season playing for Sweden at the Hlinka-Gretzky Cup. He put up one goal in the five-game tournament. Olausson helped the Swedish team to a bronze medal. He played 21 games in the J20 league, putting up seven goals and nine assists for 16 points. Olausson also spent time with the HV71 affiliate in the J18 league. He scored six goals and an assist for seven points in seven games.

    2021 NHL Draft #31: Oskar Olausson Scouting Report
     
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    Does anyone know if our 1st rounder position changes since we advanced to the 2nd round of the playoffs? What if we advance to the 3rd round? I can't seem to find this info anywhere
     
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    It only changes if we win the current series against Winnipeg. If we do, then we can pick 28th, 30th or 31st. Arizona doesn't have a 1st round pick. We can't pick 29th. We have to get into Finals to pick 30th (a loss) or 31st (a win). See post #953
     
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    Should be a fun draft!
     
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    Great source for where we pick is: Tankathon | 2021 NHL Draft Order & Lottery Simulator
     
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    It doesnt move by winning one round but does move to 28th if we win the second round.

    It is 30th if we winw the 3rd round
    31st if we win the cup
     
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    Can't find the tweet but read a couple days ago that 5 of the 8 starting goaltenders remaining in the playoffs were drafted in the 1st round. 1 in the 2nd, 1 in the 3rd and 1 in the 5th. Goalies are becoming much more valuable.
     
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    hope we can get Samoskevich.
     
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    28th overall eh.... Corey Perry was a 28th overall pick :)
     
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    TT's due for some late first round magic!
     
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    The only place to draft from is 32nd overall (31st this year). Hope L'Heureux mean streak does the same as Caufield's size.
     
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    What's good is that in a draft with few in person scouting and a high random factor, everybody has the same odds as the Habs (just kidding) ;)
     
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    "are becoming ?" Fleury has been drafter 1OA in 2003, Price 5OA in 2005, Rask 21 OA 2005, Varlamov 23OA in 2007, Vasilevskiy 19OA in 2012. Does not seem to get a trend, if nything Flery and Price are the exception rather than the rule.
     
  19. WeThreeKings Habs cup - its in the BAG

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    In a normal year, this would be annoying especially if we get our teeth kicked in next round.

    But there's just little separating a lot of these kids, maybe we will get lucky and grab a Pastrnak.
     
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    At this rank, I would definitely try a slam dunk with Scott Morrow (much needed RD prospect).
     
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    Agreed, perfect year for a fluke playoffs. Then we'll get Bedard. :nod:
     
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    Tyler Toffoli? :P
     
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    L'Heureux !
     
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    28th overall picks since 2010:

    2010 - Charlie Coyle (621 career games)
    2011 - Zach Philips (no NHL games)
    2012 - Brady Skjei (366 career games)
    2013 - Morgan Klimchuk (1 career game)
    2014 - Josh Ho-Sang (53 career games)
    2015 - Anthony Beauviller (333 career games)
    2016 - Lucas Johansen (no NHL games)
    2017 - Shane Bowers (no NHL games)
    2018 - Nils Lundqvist (just signed his ELC)
    2019 - Ryan Suzuki
    2020 - Ridly Greig

    So it seems every other year, someone interesting is taken at 28th.

    We can't judge Greig, Suzuki, and Lundqvist yet. Bowers is kind of in the similar boat as Poehling. Both taken late in the 1st and have some AHL seasons under their belt. But both are still 21-22.
     
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    Not too upset at picking 28th now. We could actually still get a decent player. Don't see a huge difference between prospects 15-40.

    Players likely available: Samoskevich, Heimosalmi, L'Heureux, Morrow, Poltapov, Helenius, Pinelli, Koivunen, and Stromgren.

    Players who are not as likely, but you never know: Rosen, Chibrikov, and Cossa.
     
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